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How cool is this blanket? Some genres of television programming that predate the reality television boom have been retroactively classified as reality television, including hidden camera shows, talent-search shows, documentary series about ordinary people, high-concept game shows, home improvement shows, and court shows featuring real-life cases.
Reality television has faced significant criticism since its rise in popularity. Critics argue that reality television shows do not accurately reflect reality, in ways both implicit participants being placed in artificial situations , and deceptive misleading editing, participants being coached on behavior, storylines generated ahead of time, scenes being staged.
Some shows have been accused of rigging the favorite or underdog to win. Other criticisms of reality television shows include that they are intended to humiliate or exploit participants; that they make stars out of untalented people unworthy of fame, infamous figures, or both; and that they glamorize vulgarity.
Television formats portraying ordinary people in unscripted situations are almost as old as the television medium itself.
Producer-host Allen Funt 's Candid Camera , in which unsuspecting people were confronted with funny, unusual situations and filmed with hidden cameras, first aired in In the 21st century, it is often considered as a prototype of reality television programming.
Precedents for television that portrayed people in unscripted situations began in the late s. Queen for a Day — was an early example of reality-based television.
The television game show Cash and Carry sometimes featured contestants performing stunts. Debuting in , Allen Funt 's hidden camera show Candid Camera based on his previous radio show, Candid Microphone broadcast unsuspecting ordinary people reacting to pranks.
In the s, game shows Beat the Clock and Truth or Consequences involved contestants in wacky competitions, stunts, and practical jokes.
The series You Asked for It — incorporated audience involvement by basing episodes around requests sent in by postcard from viewers. It has perhaps the earliest fictional depiction of what is now called reality television.
Charlie Chaplin's last leading role - in his self-directed film "A King in New York" - featured a sequence in which a party his character attends is broadcast live without his knowing, an early broad reference to reality television in a feature film.
Every seven years, the filmmaker created a new film documenting the lives of the same individuals during the intervening period.
The program was structured as a series of interviews with no element of the plot. By virtue of the attention paid to the participants, it effectively turned ordinary people into a type of celebrity, especially after they became adults.
The Radio Times Guide to Film said that the film was "to blame for reality television". The part PBS series An American Family showed a nuclear family filmed in going through a divorce; unlike many later reality shows, it was more or less documentary in purpose and style.
In a counterpart program, The Family , was made in the UK, following the working-class Wilkins family of Reading. The episode series is credited with starting the career of Sheena Easton , who was selected to appear in the episode showing an aspiring pop singer trying to enter the music business.
In , Living in the Past had amateurs participating in a re-enactment of life in an Iron Age English village. Producer George Schlatter capitalized on the advent of videotape to create Real People , a surprise hit for NBC, and it ran from to The Canadian series Thrill of a Lifetime , a fantasies-fulfilled reality show, originally ran from to It was revived from to In , underwater cinematographer Al Giddings teamed with former Miss Universe Shawn Weatherly on the NBC series Oceanquest , which chronicled Weatherly's adventures scuba diving in various exotic locales.
Weatherly was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in informational programming. The series Nummer 28 , which aired on Dutch television in , originated the concept of putting strangers together in a limited environment for an extended period of time and recording the drama that ensued.
Nummer 28 also pioneered many of the stylistic conventions that have since become standard in reality television shows, including extensive use of soundtrack music and the interspersing of events on screen with after-the-fact "confessionals" recorded by cast members, which serve as narration.
Nummer 28 creator Erik Latour has long claimed that The Real World was directly inspired by his show. These systems made it easy to quickly edit hours of video footage into a usable form, something that had been very difficult to do before film, which was easy to edit, was too expensive to use in shooting enough hours on a regular basis.
Sylvania Waters was an Australian show that depicted a family, similar in concept to An American Family.
The —95 O. Simpson murder case , during which live network television followed suspect Simpson for 90 minutes being chased by police, has been described as a seminal moment in reality television.
Networks interrupted their regular television programming for months for coverage of the trial and related events.
Because of Simpson's status as a top athlete and celebrity, the brutal nature of the murders, and issues of race and class in Los Angeles celebrity culture, the sensational case dominated ratings and the public conversation.
Many reality television stars of the s and s have direct or indirect connections to people involved in the case, most notably Kim Kardashian , daughter of defense attorney Robert Kardashian , and several of her relatives and associates.
Changing Rooms , a program that began in , showed couples redecorating each other's houses, and was the first [ citation needed ] reality show with a self-improvement or makeover theme.
The dating reality show Streetmate premiered in the UK in The production team from the original series later created the popular reality shows Strictly Come Dancing , Location, Location, Location , and the revamped MasterChef , among others.
Many of these featured the same types of unusual or dysfunctional guests who would later become popular as cast members of reality shows.
In the United States, reality television programs suffered a temporary decline in viewership in , leading some entertainment industry columnists [ who?
Survivor led the ratings in —02 , and Idol has the longest hold on the No. Internationally, a number of shows created in the late s and s have had massive global success.
Several " reality game shows " from the same period have had even greater success, including Deal or No Deal , Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Although Dragons' Den originated in Japan , most of its adaptations are based on the British version. In India, the competition show Indian Idol was the most popular television program for its first six seasons.
During the s, three television channels were started that are devoted exclusively to reality television: Fox Reality in the United States, which operated from to ; Global Reality Channel in Canada , which lasted two years from to ; and CBS Reality formerly known as Reality TV and then Zone Reality in the United Kingdom, which has run from to the present.
During the early part of the s, network executives expressed concern that reality-television programming was limited in its appeal for DVD reissue and syndication.
Season-long competitions, such as The Amazing Race , Survivor , and America's Next Top Model generally perform more poorly and usually must be rerun in marathons to draw the necessary viewers to make it worthwhile.
Even in these cases, it is not always successful: the first ten seasons of Dancing with the Stars were picked up by GSN in and was run in marathon format, but attracted low viewership and had very poor ratings.
Another option is to create documentaries around series, including extended interviews with the participants and outtakes not seen in the original airings; the syndicated series American Idol Rewind is an example of this strategy.
A Fox staple since , COPS has, as of when it moved to cable channel Spike , outlasted all competing scripted police shows. In , to better differentiate between competition and informational reality programs, a second category, Outstanding Reality-Competition Program , was added.
In , the web series The Next Internet Millionaire appeared; it was a competition show based in part on The Apprentice , and was billed as the world's first Internet reality show.
The Voice , a singing competition franchise created by John de Mol that started in , remains the newest highly successful reality television franchise, with almost 50 international adaptations.
The Tester was the first reality television show aired over a video game console. By , many of the long-running reality television show franchises in the United States, such as American Idol , Dancing with the Stars and The Bachelor , had begun to see declining ratings.
In , New York Magazine's Vulture blog published a humorous Venn diagram showing popular themes across American reality shows then running, including shows set in the U.
Duck Dynasty , which focused on the Robertson family that founded Duck Commander , in became the most popular reality series in U. Its rural audience share ranked in the 30s, an extremely high number for any series, broadcast or cable.
In , Entertainment Weekly and Variety again noted a stagnation in reality television programs' ratings in the U.
They noted that a number of networks that featured reality programming, including Bravo and E! Another categorization divides reality television into two types: shows that purport to document real life, and shows that place participants in new circumstances.
In a paper, theorists Elisabeth Klaus and Stephanie Lücke referred to the former category as "docusoaps", which consist of "narrative reality", and the latter category as "reality soaps", which consist of "performative reality".
In many reality television programs, camera shooting and footage editing give the viewer the impression that they are passive observers following people going about their daily personal and professional activities; this style of filming is sometimes referred to as fly on the wall or factual television.
Story "plots" are often constructed via editing or planned situations, with the results resembling soap operas — hence the terms docusoap and docudrama.
Documentary-style programs give viewers a private look into the lives of the subjects. Although the term "docusoap" has been used for many documentary-style reality television shows, there have been shows that have deliberately tried to mimic the appearance and structure of soap operas.
Such shows often focus on a close-knit group of people and their shifting friendships and romantic relationships.
One highly influential such series was the American — series Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County , which attempted to specifically mimic the primetime soap opera The O.
Laguna Beach had a more cinematic feel than any previous reality television show, through the use of higher-quality lighting and cameras, voice-over narration instead of on-screen "confessionals", and slower pacing.
Due to their cinematic feel, many of these shows have been accused of being pre-scripted, more so than other reality television shows have.
The producers of The Only Way Is Essex and Made in Chelsea have admitted to coaching cast members on what to say in order to draw more emotion from each scene, although they insist that the underlying stories are real.
Another highly successful group of soap-opera-style shows is the Real Housewives franchise, which began with The Real Housewives of Orange County in and has since spawned nearly twenty other series, in the U.
The franchise has an older cast and different personal dynamics than that of Laguna Beach and its imitators, as well as lower production values, but similarly is meant to resemble scripted soap operas — in this case, the television series Desperate Housewives and Peyton Place.
Most of these shows have had spin-offs in multiple locations. There are also fly-on-the-wall-style shows directly involving celebrities.
VH1 in the mids had an entire block of such shows, known as "Celebreality". Shows such as these are often created with the idea of promoting a celebrity product or upcoming project.
Some documentary-style shows shed light on cultures and lifestyles rarely seen otherwise by most of their viewers.
Another example is shows that portray the lives of ethnic or religious minorities. The Real Housewives franchise offers a window into the lives of social-striving urban and suburban housewives.
Many shows focus on wealth and conspicuous consumption , including Platinum Weddings , and My Super Sweet 16 , which documented huge coming of age celebrations thrown by wealthy parents.
Some documentary-style shows portray professionals either going about day-to-day business or performing an entire project over the course of a series.
One early example and the longest running reality show of any genre is Cops ,  which it debuted in Shows that show people working in the same non-business location include Airport and Bondi Rescue.
Shows that portray a set of people in the same line of work, occasionally competing with each other, include Deadliest Catch , Ice Road Truckers and Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and its spinoffs.
One notable subset of shows about professional activities is those in which the professionals haggle and engage in financial transactions, often over unique or rare items whose value must first be appraised.
Two such shows, both of which have led to multiple spinoff shows, are Pawn Stars about pawn shops and American Pickers.
Other shows, while based around such financial transactions, also show elements of its main cast members' personal and professional lives; these shows include Hardcore Pawn and Comic Book Men.
Such shows have some antecedent in the British series Antiques Roadshow ,  which began airing in and has since spawned numerous international versions, although that show includes only appraisals and does not include bargaining or other dramatic elements.
While for "documentary-style" shows it is implied that the events shown would still be taking place even if the cameras were not there, in other shows the events taking place are done overtly for the sake of the show.
These shows differ from "reality competition" shows or "reality game shows" see below in that participants do not compete against one another.
Some documentary-style programs place cast members, who in most cases previously did not know each other, in staged living environments; The Real World was the originator of this format.
In almost every other such type of programming, cast members are given specific challenges or obstacles to overcome.
Road Rules , which first aired in as a spin-off of The Real World , created a show structure where the cast would travel to various countries performing challenges for prizes.
Big Brother is probably the best-known program of this type in the world, with around 50 international versions having been produced.
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