Not that Wild
If you remember Steve Irwin, you’re probably familiar with the general format of his show. Often, he would explore wild areas and seemingly happen upon all sorts of fantastic animals. However, one of his former workers has since spilled the beans on how the show really worked.
In reality, Steve did not find the animals out of serendipity. In truth, the animals were placed in known locations, and all Steve had to do was pretend that he was seeing them for the first time. That strategy made the show safer and is not much of a reason to put Irwin in with the many other fraudulent reality TV makers. At the very least, he still shared captivating information about the natural world.