3 Most Popular Reality Shows Ever In The World

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1. America’s Got Talent:

This reality television series is undoubtedly the most popular reality show as it features exceptional performers including magicians, comedians, singers, and dancers, With the prize money of one million dollars, this show has attracted talent from all age groups since June 2006. From season three onwards, the prize money of one million dollars is payable in a financial annuity over 40 years!



2. Big Brother:

This is the second most popular reality game show on the idiot box. This reality show is actually based on Dutch TV series ‘Big Brother’ that started with the idea of keeping celebrities as the Houseguests. The American version of Big Brother has prize money of $500,000 as the grand prize. The popular game concept organizes competitions and weekly evicts the unsuccessful contestant, leaving behind the winner of the show. Big Brother is shown across the globe with regional versions; all of these follow the normal Big Brother rules, except that contestants must come from each of the countries in the region where it airs. In India it is aired as ‘Big Boss’, has multiple franchises based on language namely Hindi, Telugu, Bengali, Tamil, and Kannada. In Canada, French- and English-language versions while in the United States has English- and Spanish-language versions.



3. The Voice:

The other most popular TV reality show is based on the original concept of ‘The Voice of Holland’ that searches the new singing talent by aspiring contestants that are over the age of 14 through public auditions. Voting is conducted through various modern-day communication tools to declare the winner. A combined 324 singers have won the television series The Voice, this singing competition is now adapted in one-hundred twenty-nine regions across the world. The American version promises the winner US$100,000 and a “record deal” with Universal Music Group.