For the next three days Shelton was shown sleeping because the illness made her so weak and then on the fourth day she started miraculously feeling better.What viewers did not see, however, was the bread, rice and baby food producers gave Shelton while she was sick, alleges a source close to the show.Shelton was also hooked up to two IVs in order to get rehydrated.
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Discovery Channel’s new hit series “Naked and Afraid” claims to be different from its reality TV brethren because it literally strips the clothes off contestants’ backs and forces them into “pure” survival mode.
But behind the scenes of last Sunday’s premiere episode producers gave a sick female contestant food and IVs without telling the audience while her male partner broke three toes with viewers only learning that he had hurt his foot, according to Mail Online.
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After three bottom surgery consultations and no clear path forward, Jazz and the family head to San Francisco hoping this final consultation will give them good news.Inasmuch as many reality shows find inspiration and a kind of shorthand in movies, this one owes a debt to “Brubaker,” the 1980 film, loosely inspired by actual events, in which a warden played by Robert Redford went into his new penitentiary posing as an inmate to get the lay of the land.As presented, the show – which tosses seven non-felons, four men and three women, into the Clark County Jail – is the brainchild of Sheriff Jamey Noel, who wanted to have eyes and ears within the prison to look for signs of corruption and see how conditions might be improved.To be fair, considerable ingenuity went into the thorny matter of how to capture all of this on film without polluting the prison vibe.Not only does the series draw heavily from more than 300 surveillance cameras strategically positioned throughout the facility, but producers have posed as documentary filmmakers producing a series about first-time inmates, enabling them to both conduct direct-to-camera interviews and secure release forms.from those claiming it was broadcast solely to boost ratings with “no particular purpose”, insisting that it is a “unique” social experiment exploring whether reversing the dating process to judge someone “purely on their naked form” could actually offer “the best chance of finding a suitable mate”.