18. Sun... Sex & Suspicious Parents.
17. Hotter Than My Daughter.
Atomic Kitten's Liz hangs out with mums and their daughters, asking them who they think is prettier. The mums always think they are. Then they get make overs. There's always tantrums, there's sometimes rebellion and occasionally the grown ups realise that they need to dress more appropriately for their age. It's oddly heartwarming.
16. The Voice.
15. Loose Women.
14. The Jeremy Kyle Show.
This is such a terrible show to admit to liking. But but but, there was once a man called Mad Dog Deon on it who tattooed his entire face because, and I quote, "Well I'm a mad dog, aren't I?"
13. How Clean Is Your House?
12. Dancing On Ice.
11. The Xtra Factor.
So much better than The X Factor because Caroline Flack's on it. And once, when she was linked to Harry Styles, she had to interview 1D and it was the most awkward (slash best) thing ever.
10. Waterloo Road.
9. Snog Marry Avoid?
A fantastic TV show. Women (and sometimes men) who are addicted to fake tan, glitter and losing their dignity on a weekly basis undergo makeunders that are conducted by a robot. It's very patronising, very obviously made up and all the better for it.
8. Geordie Shore.
7. The Bachelor.
One man (previously Gavin Henson and Spencer Matthews) dates 25 women simultaneously and then breaks up with one a week. It's so hard to work out why anyone would ever take part in this, but you should watch it to try and work it out.
6. Ladette To Lady.
5. The Only Way Is Essex.
TOWIE originals Amy Childs, Mark Wright and Lauren Goodger may have ditched the show, but who needs them when you've got Chloe Sims and Joey Essex? Even just to expand your vocabulary (reem, shuuuup, jel...), you've got to watch it.
4. Take Me Out.
3. Made In Chelsea.
It's almost too cringe to admit that you love Made in Chelsea, except it's not because Made in Chelsea is incredible. As long as Spencer keeps cheating on his girlfriends, Marc-Francis keeps out-poshing his fellow poshos and Jamie keeps pardying, Made in Chelsea will remain the UK's greatest constructed reality TV show. End of.