None, There is nothing real about any of them, is there? besides their existance.
I like So You Think You Can Dance, though I'm not sure if it completely qualifies as reality. Unlike other contest shows on tv right now, the people involved seem to genuinely care about their art and the contestants (I know several people who've been involved in the show, since I spent years as a dancer).
America's Next Top Model is my secret, guilty pleasure reality show, shhhhhh!
I like Project Runway and Myth Busters. Other than that I don't much like the "reality" shows. Those like the Kardashians, Jersey Shore and the Real Housewives aren't worth wasting film or time on.
The only one I watch on a regular basis is Survivor. I still enjoy it, but I really wish they would have the next one some place other than a tropical island.
I like to watch Survivor. And I used to watch Deadliest Catch but I got kind of tired of it. That is about it. I am not under any illusions that any of it is true reality TV.
I pretty much only watch reality shows now - I haven't followed a sitcom since Friends.
I particularly love So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing With the Stars. I'll also watch Master Chef because my husband TiVos it. Do shows like I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant and Bridezillas count? I have to confess I watch those too and I also watch Wipeout - although that's maybe more of a game show than a reality show.
Do the shows on History channel count? if so I love American Pickers and Pawn Stars....
I can't lie I love storage wars and american pickers. Those shows are two of my favorite ones on TV right now.
When I was a child, my favorite reality tv series was The Crystal Maze - a popular British game show in the 1990s. Just For Laughs Gags is my current favorite reality tv series.
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