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Faking the Video is a half-hour reality series featuring artists like Michelle Branch, JC Chasez and Omarion and a cast of unsuspecting production assistants...
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Meet the talented "pros" who portrayed pushy showbiz types and the six "conned" PAs they bossed around.
In order to keep the wool over the PAs' eyes, the cast and crew of Faking the Video actually had to make a music video. Take a look at the result.
In this final episode, the producers give a ticket home to one of the two PA finalists, and give the last PA standing one big disaster day that leads to the big finish.... Read Full Summary »
Just two PAs are left in the running, and the producers pit them head-to-head in various crew tasks as the competition heats up.... Read Full Summary »
Monica guest stars in this glamorous shoot filled with carnivale-themed costumes and confetti.... Read Full Summary »
Welcome to the new king of hidden camera prank shows. Faking the Video is a half-hour reality series featuring artists like Michelle Branch, JC Chasez and Omarion and a cast of unsuspecting production assistants who think they've got a dream gig working on a big-budget music video. How wrong they are...
What if you got the career break of a lifetime working in LA on a huge music video for MTV? Well that's what happened to six Hollywood hopefuls from across the country. They thought they were hired to work as production assistants on a multi-artist music video campaign centered around a new Diane Warren song called "Making My Way," featuring JC Chasez, Michelle Branch and Omarion. But instead of making the video, MTV was Faking the Video.
The whole shoot--the song, the crew, the artists--was a giant hoax designed to find out which of our PAs would endure the shoot-from-hell to get their big break. Every detail was planned and rehearsed by a team of improvisational actors who played the key crew members. Hidden cameras captured every twist and turn as our PAs were put to the test. In a process of elimination, the group unwittingly competed for a cash prize and a chance to work with famed music video director Wayne Isham.