The drama is so much fun, but as we all now, not everything we see on reality TV is actually reality. Some shows are guiltier than others, basing their entire premise on a lie, while some shows just fudge some portions with some scripted lines and creative editing. We took a few of our favorite frequent time wasters and dug into what we know about what they're actually like, thanks to accounts from people who actually appeared on them. It's been airing on HGTV since
Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. Since the show went off the air, various cast members have come forward to make different claims as to just how specifically producers manipulated them during filming to craft various story lines. Basically, you know what you did, producers.
Love them or hate them, reality shows have truly taken over television. The boom in these shows has been a result of people wanting to escape their own lives and live vicariously through these real people. From drama and major arguments to over the top personalities and the super rich, reality TV truly presents people from all ends of the spectrum.
The results are kept secret from the contestants until the end of the show. If, by the season finale, all of the players do not choose their perfect match, they lose the game. If all of the singles are able to correctly match up with their predetermined partners they share a large cash prize and gain a potential life partner. Come One, Come All" will feature a house of 16 individuals who identify as sexually fluid , meaning there aren't gender limitations placed on the perfect matches.