The term reality is often far from the truth, especially as it pertains to television. Some of our favorite reality shows are entertaining to watch, but not all that real. Sorry to disappoint, people, but it seems that some of our favorite reality shows are far from reality. Read on to find out which ones.
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Reality television has the inexplicable quality to it that makes it utterly addicting to watch. To get technical, the genre kicked off back in the '70s, when PBS had the idea that the goings-on of every day people was worthy of its own show. Thus, An American Family was created in , and the pull of voyeurism enamored 10 million viewers a week. Reality television didn't have its heyday until later though, when the genre was practically reinvented with the inception of The Real World in It, of course, touted messy sexual flings and hormone-driven altercations, but it also featured conversations about sexuality, race, and addiction that we'd never seen before.
Reality TV Island was the 11th island on Poptropica. It is based on the hit reality TV show, Survivor. To complete the island, you must compete against 7 different people - some of whom are characters from previous islands, others who are new and only seen on Reality TV - with 7 different challenges, in order to be a hero of the town Wayside Town. First after landing on the Island, go to Mike's Market. Go to the far right and you'll see a man reading a magazine.