Let’s be honest, popular reality shows tend to be controversial making it impossible for the whole family to sit together and watch it. Despite this, we still enjoy watching such shows because it’s fun and exciting. If you’re in the lookout for some reality shows that you can watch with your family, Disney+ is your best option. I mean, we all know Disney’s known for their squeaky clean image and I don’t think that will change anytime soon. Anyway, as I was saying, there are many reality shows on Disney+ which are family-friendly so you don’t need to worry about foul language or something. To know what these shows are, scroll down the list below.
The thing that makes reality shows so popular are the dramas. You may think that family-friendly shows won’t have any of this but actually, Disney+’s Bug Juice is just as juicy. A reboot of the same Bug Juice released in 1998, the new and revamped show follows the story of several campers during their stay at Camp Waziyatah in Waterford, Maine. If you and your fam love drama and camp life, this show is the one for you.
Superheroes are inspired by real-life extraordinary persons that’s why Marvel has launched a project to put the spotlight on these remarkable individuals. The twist? They’re all kids! Marvel’s Hero Project is so inspiring that everyone in your family will enjoy watching this reality show on Disney Plus.
Do you love project shows or are looking for family project inspirations? Disney+’s Shop Class may just be perfect for you. The show is hosted by Justin Long and features inventors paired up with shop teachers who will build new projects each week. Try watching this with your family and let your creative juices flow freely.
Everyone loves a good cooking show competition but you and your family may find Be Our Chef to be of your liking. Hosted by Angela Kinsey, Be Our Chef is a family cooking competition—yes, family! And if you missed the not so subtle wordplay, this reality show on Disney Plus has a very Disney theme—all the dishes that the contestants will make are based on popular Disney characters such as Cinderella and Olaf. Isn’t that fun?
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