TruTv is really gaining traction in its reality niche. His tagline actually calls his programming ‘Not Reality’. Actuality ‘. Reality shows are defined more by shows like ‘Survivor’, ‘Big Brother’ and ‘The Bachelor’. Today’s television has shows like ‘Operation Repo’ and ‘Hardcore Pawn’. Here are the differences between reality TV and reality:

The present does not have but the reality has:

* Show contests with any type of prize

* End date defined

* Eliminations

* Physical or mental games or contests

Reality does not have but reality has:

* Series about real people in real situations

* True crime and investigation programs

* Shows about unusual or interesting businesses.

* Shows narrated with police, interviews with victims and criminals.

Both types of television are entertaining and attract people interested in this type of entertainment. Many channels now have some form of reality and / or topical programming because that is the current trend.

Even television shows that are fiction still have the feeling that they could be real in order to become popular. Viewing audiences have drastically changed their interests from television in the past. Cut and repeat sitcoms, for the most part, disappeared in an age when people don’t have time to immerse themselves in shows that don’t make sense. Even the news channels have programs designed to entertain and keep people interested in what is happening in the world.

This type of entertainment has captured the attention of the masses. It’s hard to say if it will last, but the popularity continues to grow as new shows continue to be created. Sadly, some of the shows tend to make people wonder about the fate of humanity due to the actions of the people involved. In some cases, it’s like unintentionally slowing down to see a car accident. The truth is really weirder than fiction and that seems to be part of the appeal of this type of entertainment.