Each week, a new pair of total strangers are faced with the ultimate survival challenge: survive for 21 days together with no clothes or supplies in some of the most dangerous environments ... Former contestant Jessie Nizewitz sued Viacom as well as Firelight Entertainment and Lighthearted Entertainment for million after they accidentally broadcast an uncensored shot of her genital region on air.
See full summary » A group of amateur survivalists are put to the ultimate test in the wild for 40 days with nothing but a few primitive tools. The judge dismissed the case and ordered Nizewitz to pay the legal fees of the defendants.
Allie and I talk about things and say, "We should try something new, we should try blah blah blah." And then we usually end up having normal-people sex!
A dozen single Women wait anxiously in the Caribbean as a man a day arrives via helicopter - each man chooses which woman he would like to be "coupled " with, until they are all paired up and the fun begins. They must hunt and gather whatever they need until extraction day. If the tone was more like Naked and Afraid I might have watched.
When contestant Wee Wee (yes) tells a date she met maybe a few hours before that she is thinking about marriage and children down the road, it feels as though the show's trying to ape the most inane aspects of "The Bachelor"; if the contestants were wearing clothes, it'd be an extremely bad copy of the old MTV after-school shows, like "Next" or "Date My Mom," that tried to cannibalize that ABC dating show's success.
This show has what appears to be a fairly limited budget and a killer hook -- why doesn't it just embrace what it is?
Some production teams and or exec producers have redeemed themselves in the past but not sure this company can produce good quality TV. Don't give up yet though, do something in better taste and you might be successful yet.
They better have a better show coming down the pike or their reputation WILL be in jeopardy.
It's just that when people are standing in the middle of a potential rental property naked, all of their casual requests seem inherently ludicrous.She has a friend who's in the industry who's also from Ohio, and I knew her through other people. " It still blows my mind how many die-hard fans there are. And then I come to find out she's one of the top girls, and I was just blown away. You start thinking, "Is this really happening or is she just messing with me? When was the first time you watched one of her films? This is the most normal relationship I've ever been in. I was intimidated at first, but once we started to get into it, you just lose track of time and go with the flow.They were coming to the city one time and [the friend] just hit me up on Facebook and said, "I haven't seen you in a long time. " So I went and met up with her, and Allie was with her. I watch porn as much as the next guy, but I don't go researching who they are and stuff like that. " I thought they were pulling some elaborate prank on me. How did you start telling your friends and family, and especially your mom, about her? I think it was probably about three days after [I met her]. Has she been one of the more adventurous partners you've had? There's a request service [on her website] where you can request custom videos and she'll talk to you. That's about the extent of what I'd do in the industry. I would say anybody who thinks porn stars are bad people are just out of their minds, because you can't judge anybody unless you've met them.The nudity, indeed, turns out to be the least interesting aspect of the show.The contestants could be frank and honest about the kind of bodily evaluation that goes into very-short-term dating, but instead still speak about "connections" and potential futures together.