Buzz·Aug 9, 2017Do These British TV Shows Exist Or Did I Just Make Them Up?Honestly, it's kind of hard to tell.by Jasmin NaharBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink "Flockstars": celebrities learn how to herd sheep This is real! Correct Incorrect This is real! You made this up Correct Incorrect You made this up Correct! Wrong! Yep! This was a real show that aired on ITV for one season. "Old Flames": A dating show with a ~twist~, all the potential partners are the contestants' exes Yep, this is legit! Correct Incorrect Yep, this is legit! I'm no fool, it's fake! Correct Incorrect I'm no fool, it's fake! Correct! Wrong! I just made this up. "Who's Doing the Dishes": people go to celebrity's house for dinner but don't ~see~ them. If they can guess who it is, the celeb has to do the washing up. This is real Correct Incorrect This is real This can't be real Correct Incorrect This can't be real Correct! Wrong! Who's Doing the Dishes? has had three series so far and is hosted by Brian McFadden of Westlife fame. "Skip Hunters": contestants have to go through skips to find stuff of value. Whoever makes the most money wins! This is plausible Correct Incorrect This is plausible Nah, I don't think so Correct Incorrect Nah, I don't think so Correct! Wrong! I just came up with Skip Hunters tbh. "Meet My Mum": The contestant's mum sets up a series of challenges for potential suitors, and the winner gets a date with the contestant. Definitely real Correct Incorrect Definitely real Definitely not real Correct Incorrect Definitely not real Correct! Wrong! I made this up. But stand by the fact this could be kind of interesting. "Dogs Might Fly": some dogs are challenged to see if they'd be able to learn to fly an aircraft. Yep, it's real Correct Incorrect Yep, it's real I don't buy this as a concept Correct Incorrect I don't buy this as a concept Correct! Wrong! This was an actual thing! It aired on Sky 1 and a dog called Shadow (pictured) did actually learn how to fly a plane. "Bar Wars": competing bars have a night out at each other's vanues and have to rate it. The pub with the highest overall score wins. Sounds pretty real to me! Correct Incorrect Sounds pretty real to me! Sounds kinda fake idk Correct Incorrect Sounds kinda fake idk Correct! Wrong! Yep, this is fake. "Embarrassing Bodies": people get a doctor to look at their "embarrassing" health problems on TV. Yep! Correct Incorrect Yep! Nope! Correct Incorrect Nope! Correct! Wrong! This is real and very, very graphic a lot of the time. It ran for eight series on Channel 4. Via Channel 4 "Think Before You Ink": a tattoo artists drafts some designs up, half great, half cringe. The contestant has to pick one at random and then gets it done. 100% real Correct Incorrect 100% real Pretty sure it's not real Correct Incorrect Pretty sure it's not real Correct! Wrong! This isn't real but would, in my opinion, be WILD. "Naked Attraction": people choose partners based on their naked bodies, and then at the end when they've picked someone, that contestant ALSO gets naked. Bizarre? Yes. Real? Also yes. Correct Incorrect Bizarre? Yes. Real? Also yes. This is wild but still not real Correct Incorrect This is wild but still not real Correct! Wrong! This Channel 4 show is definitely real and is...well it's an experience. Via Channel 4 "Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents": people go on a debauched holiday unaware that their parents are watching them the whole time. Sounds real to me Correct Incorrect Sounds real to me Sounds fake and also HORRIFIC Correct Incorrect Sounds fake and also HORRIFIC Correct! Wrong! This aired on BBC Three for five series and also spawned the series Snow, Sex and Suspicious Parents and Festivals, Sex and Suspicious Parents. "Schools Out": parents have to sit mock modern-day exams and compete against their kids. This is a real thing Correct Incorrect This is a real thing This isn't a real thing Correct Incorrect This isn't a real thing Correct! Wrong! This show doesn't exist.