Are mtv dating shows fake
I've seen a few episodes and it's totally unrealistic.The interviews always have the few gentleman, and then the stupid ones that don't have a chance in hell(i.e. The guys that are chosen, take them on dates that can't be expected as "the usual" on pretty much any guy, let alone teenagers(bungee jumping? As for the boyfriend, he's always an obnoxious idiot that makes you wonder what anyone would see in them as either friend or significant other.The situations are also generally at least semi-plausible and make sense."Parental Control" has not an ounce of realism to it, and is just obviously fake and staged in every way.The father's choice was a girl who claimed she "has goals" and "respects herself"... And the mother seemed okay with her husband's choice of a pole-dancer, which I find very hard to believe.
The characters in reality shows are supposed to act at least somewhat natural.
The whole concept is pretty stupid, and I'm not saying that because I'm of the male persuasion.
I'd say this show is okay if you want to check it out, but I seriously doubt you'll want to dedicate yourself to it.
But this is not a reality show because it is portrayed by actors.
MTV was once a respectable channel with a big goal in mind; to bring the world of music to more audiences featuring music videos 24/7.
well, let's just say that he must have been crazy to start going with her in the first place.