The internet is abuzz with Game of Thrones right now, but if you're not into sword-wielding, dragon-riding medieval royals then Game of Clones could be the answer to your prayers. The bizarre and addictive new series explores the idea that everybody has a physical type… but it's really what's on the inside that counts. The series begins with a lucky single person who's given the opportunity to create an avatar of their ideal partner with the help of a computer programmer and some nifty technology. The contestant chooses their dream person's gender, race, height, weight, eye colour and every single proportion you can think of.
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Ever since TV has begun the world has immersed itself in it. The channel executives do their best to listen to the public and produce what they think we want to see in order to keep the channel going and the sponsorship of ads coming in. There have been reality type shows for years and more so lately. There were families that tried out for this reality TV series.
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Skip to content. Whether it's celebrities allowing cameras into their oddball lives, dating shows with twisted criteria or everyday people giving a glimpse into their freaky habits, pets, relationships or pregnancies, reality TV has repeatedly skirted the boundaries between amusing and disturbing. Take a look back at the bottom of the reality TV barrel with this roundup of the strangest show concepts to ever air. What will they think of next?
Botched aired on E! Botched followed Drs. Every episode focused on a few different cases, and it showed the devastating results of plastic surgeries gone horribly wrong. After an initial segment that showed the victim of either one or several botched surgeries, the doctors would work their magic. This show lasted for four seasons, so it was relatively successful.