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Does anything in the paperwork state that producers may put contestants in staged situations?
There’s a lot of protections in the agreements about editorial, more than staged situations.
We’re talking about a document that is thick and weighty, that releases the production company and the network from almost every conceivable possibility. I can’t even think of enough words to describe how in-depth that release is.
Is there language in the paperwork that states contestants may be in a situation where they are drinking excessive amounts of alcohol and are engaging in sexual relationships with other contestants?
This is a very unusual circumstance where a group of sober individuals who are working are watching this environment from a control room and see every room, every drink that is drunk.
Of course, you want to make it fun, but there is a line and when that line gets crossed, it’s time for that cast member to go to bed and sleep it off.
Does the paperwork say anything explicitly about alcohol or sexual scenarios?
We find out every possible thing we can about the people going on the show, whether they’re mentally, physically, and psychologically capable of handling the stress of being on the show.The producer offered valuable insight on standard on-set protocol, safety measures for contestants, plus paperwork that protects the network and the production company behind reality TV shows.What sort of paperwork do contestants sign before appearing on camera on dating shows?It’s not time for that situation to continue — and that could be what the problem is here.Obviously scenes are edited, but do you let the cameras keep rolling and then cut out sex scenes that are too raunchy or inappropriate?