How many reality TV shows can you name off the top of your head? About 10 or 12 maybe? There are hundreds of reality TV shows showcasing their competitive nature and their inner immaturity in America alone.
Many of these reality TV shows are also shown in Canada, England, and Australia under different names or with that country's name in front of the title, such as Canada's Next Top Model. I came up with a current list of reality TV shows as of September 2011. By this time next year, half of these shows may be cancelled with a new roster of TV shows topping the list. The list I have created is long and varied, compiled by doing some good old fashioned research, and TV viewing. I did not include previously viewed reality TV shows, because then we would have to start in 1969 with a show about an American family shown on PBS.
Here is the BIGGEST list of reality TV shows:
Holly's World (another one of Hugh Hefner's ex-bimbos.)
Rachel Zoe Project
Selling New York
19 Kids and Counting
Kate Plus 8 (which was recently cancelled)
The Edge With Peter Lik(on The weather Channel)
MTV's The Real World(which has been on since about 1992)
MTV's Jersey Shore
The Real Housewives of Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Orange County, New York City, and Miami.
Toddlers and Tiaras
Big Hair Alaska
Making the Band
Man vs. Wild
America's Next Top Model, with Australia's Next Top Model and Britain, and also Canada.
Confessions: Animal Hoarders
Man versus Food
Worst Cooks in America
The Great Food Truck Race
Born to Dance
Dog The Bounty Hunter
What Not To Wear
Britain's Got Talent
Gene Simmons Family Jewels
Ice Road Truckers
Miami Ink (However, L. A. Ink was cancelled this year.)
Say Yes to the Dress
The Biggest Loser
Kathy Griffin:My Life on the D-List
Keeping up With The Kardashians
Khloe and Lamar
The Great Race
Live to Dance
The Biggest Race
Billy the Exterminator
Dancing With The Stars
Roseanne's Nuts(This show looks to have been cancelled after just two episodes.)
Ice Loves Coco
Personally, I'd like to see a Celebrity Hoarders TV show, or a Day in the Life series following real celebrities around for one day.Copyright 2011 (c), Written by Kate Johns. a professional author since selling her first greeting card saying in 2004.