A man wakes up one morning with his genitals blurred. He looks down and sees—instead of the usual homely apparatus—a mini-cumulus of blankness, a teeming nothing, like a bumblebee with a drinking problem or a felonious face on Cops. He screams, rubs his eyes, takes a terrified shower: no change.
The kids are going to be out of school for their holiday break. They might be getting new phones, tablets, TVs or other devices that give them access to every streaming service and website in the world. There is a lot of naked TV shows out there that you may not want impressionable eyes to see.
From wine-drunk women getting into fights to young twenty-somethings whose only mission is getting drunk and hooking up, there doesn't seem to be anything beneficial to watching reality TV except to see some mindless entertainment. And for the record, we see absolutely nothing wrong with that. On the surface, the most recent reality TV trend seems to continue supporting that idea, as people are literally stripping down to appear naked on national TV.
If you're not a fan of pixelated nudity, you're not going to like the newest trend in reality television. After the runaway success of Discovery's Naked and Afraidmany networks have announced that they are considering nudity in a variety of formats. TLC has already decided to give Buying Nakeda reality show about nudists buying property, another season.
Back in the day, you had to go out to a video store, look in a private room behind some beaded curtains for a video, drive back home, and then use your VHS player to get nakedness on your television. Or, even worse, you had to call a numbe r and pay over the phone each time you wanted to watch some nudity on screen. But we've come a long way, baby, and now pretty much every channel barring basic cable has their own way for a viewer to get their eyes on some boobs and some butts.
Things can go wrong on set all the time, and when dealing with regular amateurs instead of professional actors or experienced showbiz vets, that risk is even greater. When reality TV does something brainless, it really goes above and beyond. From photo leaks to failed background checks, these seven series all got canceled due to an idiot mistake.
But for those who went on the show with relatively squeaky clean pasts, what was next after their moment in the sun? How did they extend their fifteen minutes into a solid twenty? While some went into acting and others into politics, some got into porn.
Please refresh the page and retry. We would all, it seems, do anything for love Which brings me, in a roundabout sort of way, to Love IslandITV2's inexplicably popular dating show.
VH1 is making headlines for green-lighting a new reality show called Dating Naked that places contestants on dates while in the nude, throwing light on the growing trend of nudity-based reality programming without much else in the premise besides nakedness. Would your quest be more successful if you truly had nothing to hide? Just you.