Although reality TV has the word “real” in the title, most reality television shows are few and far between when it comes to the truth of what actually happened. In a survey taken, people were asked about their age, gender, favorite reality TV show, and if they were religious or not. Through the survey much was revealed about the demographics about male and females between the age of 18 and 28 who mostly attend NJC. Most of the people surveyed attend Northeastern Junior College, a school with a conservative background, which plays a role in what reality TV shows they watched.
Some of the females surveyed claimed to have watched Bachelor, Basketball Wives, and Love and Hip Hop; shows that ...view middle of the document...
While Duck Dynasty is a show focused on nature, it has strong religious roots of a family that prays before every meal and relies on god for the unknown. Of the individuals who watched Duck Dynasty, most were religious and which mean they could relate to the show.
Five Tricks of Reality TV
2. Misleading Montage
3. The Overdub
4. The Leading Interview
5. Fake Settings
(Order from most to least deceptive)
In order for reality television shows to appeal to more guests and appear to be more interesting, the producers don’t always show the reality of every situation. No rules are carved into stone or there is no handbook on what is and is not allowed in reality television but with the category being “reality TV” audiences when tend to think most of the events that happen actually happened. Although there are no actual rules all of the tricks break the rules, except fake settings, because the audience is being lied to.
In Frakenbiting, for instance, scenes are cropped together in order to spice things up and make the actors say what producers wish the actors had said. This makes the reality TV shows not real because scenarios are being fabricated at whatever whim the producers choose. In misleading montage, the camera recorders pick certain...