The best British reality tv shows – UK Reality Shows to watch


1

The Great British Bakery

If you are already a fan of the most beautiful TV contest in the world's history, you will be glad to hear that the latest season is available from November 9th. If you have never watched six seasons of healthy yet nailing-baking magic awaits. Amateur bakers compete to impress the judges, and there is not much else to say than it is as sweet as lemon tartlets!

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2

Love Island

Do you ever get to know Bachelor of Paradise can be … exponentially better? Get on Love Island, the British reality show where participants, called Islanders, live in a Mediterranean villa and date competitive. Every week, they collaborate to stay in the game. New people are added when the show continues, and the one who is still alone at the end of a "switch" is sent home. Obv, there is a lot of confusion when deciphering between strategy and tRuE LoVe, so it becomes super messy (read: perfect).

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3

Made in Chelsea

Made in Chelsea is basically the English, reality TV version of gossip Girl. The series follows a group of hot, rich people in the twentieth century around London's lowest area, Chelsea. Yes, after a few episodes you begin to say "posh." side note: The hills alum Stephanie Pratt is in a few seasons. Interested?

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4

Celebrity big brother

While we are on the subject Pratts who make random appearances on overseas TV shows … have you heard of Celebrity big brother? If you know about Big Brother-which you do – this is probably quite self explanatory. A lot of celebrities live in a house together and play 24/7. Although this premise is not completely groundbreaking, the UK version is one of the world's most dramatic televisions. I mean that Heidi and Spencer Pratt have shown up twice, and Khloe Kardashian's BFF Malika Haqq also had a hint on it. The CBB The house has also had its fair share of controversies over the years and was even set on a 2008 season as a result.

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5

100% Hotter

You know that the warm, fuzzy feeling you get after binging some episodes of Queer Eye? Yes, this show does not have it. While QE is an inspirational sunshine in this dark world, 100% Hotter is the classroom education you're watching when you're in a mood and need something that plays in the background so you do not just browse Instagram in complete silence. Three stylists take "Britain's biggest fashion disasters" and make them "normal" looking people. It's like a lot of removal of nose throats and scrubbing of the spray mask. It's so scary and makes you feel horrible, but if you're in junk TV, it's worth a watch.

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6

Strictly Come Dancing

People often say that Strictly Come Dancing is the "British version of Dance with the stars, "But it's actually a big fat lie. DWTS Available in over 40 countries and based on Strictly, OG celebrity dance show. Again, evidence that the British are breaking reality tv. At this time, with the exception of Adam Rippon, DWTS are just a lot of people you've never heard of, so you can also see a foreign version instead.

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7

Ex on the beach

Ex on the beach is an MTV series where a group of hotties takes a vacation in paradise and then is completely shocked when their exes appear, either looking for another chance or seeking vengeance. It's not a contest or something, it just dumps a lot of people together on a beach to see what kind of crap goes down. Whether they are really shocked, it is up to debate; The show has nine seasons in Britain. They must know, right?

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8

Just the tattoo of us

Holy. Crap. How is it allowed? Just the tattoo of us Have friends, couples or family members design tattoos for each other. While both parties get a little ink, they do not have it a few Say what the design will be, which leads to some pretty crazy reactions.

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9

I'm a celebrity … Get out of here!

This show is Fear factor, Surviving, and Celebrity big brother all in one. A group of mildly famous stars are released in the middle of the jungle and forced to do things like eating bugs and participating in tough physical tasks. The cool thing is that celebrities can actually choose a charity to donate money to compensate for being on the show. (They are also paid. Do not be fooled.) It's obvious that people love this because it has been on for 18 seasons.

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10

Geordie shore

Geordie shore is MTV's British response to Jersey Shore. It's basically exactly the same, except you may not understand any of the catches. Did ever ever know what our favorite guide and guide said? Not really, so the viewing experience should actually feel quite alike.

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11

X factor

Yes, X factor was quite a thing in the United States for three seasons between 2011 and 2013, but please do not let your flop deter you from looking at the real deal. The original version of the show, which is still strong, is the reason we have a direction. Well, had A direction. That is why we have Harry Styles and all his amazing moves. Try to watch the boys audition without getting all the feelings. It is impossible.

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12

The only way is Essex

The only way is Essex lives next door The hills In the gray area of ​​reality TV claims to be "unscripted", but is definitely set up. The prerequisite is typical: decent hot twenty somethings with great personalities and unrealistic busy social life exist together. For English viewers, one of the best features of the show is that it actually filmed just a few days before flying, so it feels more current than other reality programs. Fortunately, it's also on Hulu, so you can only binge everything at once.

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13

The Apprentice

Yep, The Apprentice is still alive and good in Britain. Its host, Lord Alan Sugar, is an old rich white guy who actually dabbles television, business "offers" and politics, and while adopting the "kicked" catchphrase, he has a slightly more positive reputation than Donald Trumf. Emphasis on something. If you loved the format of the U.S. version, this show will surely provide you with your fix. But like, without trump.

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14

Dancing on Ice

Pretty literally, every thing in the world is better on ice. It's a scientific fact. Dancing on Ice is it only, Strictly Come Dancing but … with skates. To make it even more amazing, Baby Spice was a judge for a few seasons. English reality shows are truly unmatched.

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15

Take me out

Take me out is a hilarious dating game where one tries to impress 30 single women. The contestants stand on a stage with a candle and show videos of (hopefully) qualifying bachelor's degree. If they are still interested in him after the video, they turn on the lamp. Irish comedian Paddy McGuinness is worth, and he regularly tells the girls, "If he is not right, turn off your light." Oh, there's also a talent part. It's just the right amount of cringe to make a lovely, addictive dating show.

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16

Sex Box

Sex Box is WILD. It's a chat show where people literally have sex in a box at one stage in front of a live studio audience. You can not see or hear what's happening in the sex box, but after the two do the act they come out and talk about it. The general idea is that once you've finished the connection, you will probably be more honest than you would be when you had not only sex 30 seconds ago. (So ​​perhaps it is a good moment to ask your baby boyfriend if he's ready to take the next step? JK! Approximately.)

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17

Cheshire's real housewives

Cheshire's real housewives is Britain's first bet in the world of Real housewives, and it does not disappoint. Cheshire can only be your favorite franchise, especially after looking at a meeting recorded in a state-owned cathedral. Temporary.

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18

Love in the countryside

First came Farmers Only, then came Love in the countryside, a dating show where "rural romantic" seeks a soulmate. For a nice lil twist, the show aims to pair the rustic singles with people from the city, including both the farm date and the city's date. Sweet!

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19

Age Gap Love

Age Gap Love tells the stories of the parties – you guessed it – extreme age gap. From the 68-year-old woman on the pursuit of a boy's toy to the 38-year-old between those who share love with organ music, this series tries to prove age is just a number.

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20

Gogglebox

Okay, how's this even a show? Gogglebox features "armchair critic" -AKA, ordinary people watching tv in their own homes and responding to it. They are watching a variety of shows, from Strictly Come Dancing to Haunting of Hill House. Although it may seem completely ridiculous, a number of viewers have since become stars in themselves and moved forward to appear in performances such as I'm a celebrity … Take me out of here and Celebrity big brother.

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21

Nude attraction

Nude attraction begins "where a good night often ends: naked". Dressed singles choose dressed dates that stuck in a contrast that looks like a test tube. It rises slowly, and sometimes the contestant shows the naked body from the feet upward. Like, there is literally full frontal nudity. Then, if the dressed person is down, the naked wears some clothes, and they go on a date. So are all the couples today, right?

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22

Do not tell the bride

Fair Warning: This show is very stressful to watch. On Do not tell the bride, grooms get £ 14,000 and three weeks to plan theirs whole wedding by itself. The catch is, they have to do it without telling the bride anything. Seeing that most couples may argue about details as small as location settings or invitation invitations, this is risky as hell.

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23

First Date

If you love The Great British Bakery for all its "awww" -inducing moments, you will be obsessed with First Date. It's a feeling-good dating show where strangers meet for a blind date at the Paternoster Chop House restaurant in London. When the date is complete, the couple has an interview and discusses whether they would like to go to another.

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24

The circle

The circle takes the format of a regular housemate reality show, but with some big twists. Eight participants move into a apartment building, but live in separate units. They each have a profile on a compressed social media website, The Circle, where they will interact with each other, but never meet in person. In order to win they must become the most popular player. (Do not let this as an episode of Black mirror?)

Competitors also have the ability to basically catch all and make a false profile. They are always performing each other. those with the highest points are "influencers" and those with the lowest get "blocked".

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25

Grand Designs

From cinemas went into family homes into a house of rubber and glass, Grand Designs shows the whole process of crazy building projects. Every job is someone's dream home to life, with all the custom elements you can imagine. So when something goes wrong, it's a much bigger headache than the thermal attack that stalls the floor projects on HGTV.

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