The truth is these shows are far from reality as our 25 reality TV shows that are far from reality list will demonstrate.
An American paranormal reality television series, Ghost Hunters first aired on October 6, 2004 and features several paranormal investigators, including Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson.
In 2008, it was criticized by several critics when in one of its episodes, the collar of the lead investigator, Grant Wilson, was claimed to have been pulled down by an “unforeseen” force three times.
Chances of getting laid: high, but you'll be too drunk to remember it the next day. If you have to choose one of three strangers only by asking them banal questions to which they respond in tortuous wordplay, so be it. You arrange your face into an expression which you hope won't betray either disappointment or arousal when a backstage minion cranks away the screen to reveal..wild card wearing a tam o'shanter and lederhosen. Should have gone for the boring option rather than being swayed by the whoops of the audience.
You choose an exciting date from Cilla's handful of envelopes - will it be skiing in Switzerland? Definitely not if you're one of the geriatric couples; you're going on a date on a steam train, grandma!
The premise of these shows is to present to the audience an unscripted situation (hence the reality aspect of if).
However, the misconception can occur to where the show may be compared to actual life situations.