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Long Islanders' favorite reality TV shows: Most-searched titles according to Google data

From “America's Next Top Model” to “America's Got Talent,” Long Islanders can't get enough reality TV. But which show tops the list? Google data offers some insight: Here are the top 20 most-Googled reality TV shows in Nassau and Suffolk.

20. "America's Next Top Model"

Hosted by supermodel Tyra Banks and Ashley Graham,
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Hosted by supermodel Tyra Banks and Ashley Graham, "America's Next Top Model" features 14 models competing to win a modeling contract with a top modeling agency, a cover and/or spread in a fashion magazine, and a cosmetics campaign.

19. "Deadliest Catch"

Captain Gary Ripka and his boat, the FV
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Captain Gary Ripka and his boat, the FV Redeemer, were the setting of one season of "Deadliest Catch," a reality TV show which follows fishermen in the most dangerous scenarios.

18. "So You Think You Can Dance"

Dancers skilled in everything from ballroom and ballet
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Dancers skilled in everything from ballroom and ballet to salsa and hip-hop compete to be named the best on Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance."

17. "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"

Bravo's
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Bravo's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" is the sixth show in the "Real Housewives" franchise and the second featuring a California cast. Camille Grammer, left, Adrienne Maloof, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Lisa Vanderpump and Taylor Armstrong all starred at one point.

16. "Amazing Race"

CBS'
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CBS' "Amazing Race" is a competition reality show in which 11 two-person teams must race around the world while deducing clues, navigating foreign locales and interacting with locals in order to claim a $1 million prize.

15. "Real Housewives of Orange County"

Bravo's
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Bravo's "Real Housewives of Orange County" was the first in the "Real Housewives" franchise. Kelly Dodd, left, Vicki Gunvalson, Meghan King Edmonds, Shannon Beador and Heather Dubrow all once starred on the series.

14. "Real Housewives of New Jersey"

Melissa Gorga, Jacqueline Laurita, Caroline Manzo, Kathy Wakile,
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Melissa Gorga, Jacqueline Laurita, Caroline Manzo, Kathy Wakile, and Teresa Giudice all once starred on Bravo's "Real Housewives of New Jersey." The show follows a group of affluent women as they face new challenges and situations that test their close-knit friendships.

13. "Survivor"

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"Survivor" was one of the first highly rated and profitable reality shows in America and is considered by the Washington Post as one of the best shows of the 2000s.

12. "Little People Big World"

TLC's
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TLC's "Little People Big World" followed the Roloff Family, as seen here during season 5, including Matt, Amy and Zach, who were born with conditions that cause dwarfism, and Jeremy, Molly and Jacob, who are of average height.

11. "Real Housewives of Atlanta"

Kenya Moore, left, Cynthia Bailey, NeNe Leakes and
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Kenya Moore, left, Cynthia Bailey, NeNe Leakes and Porsha Williams were all cast members of season 6 of "Real Housewives of Atlanta," which has seen more than 10 seasons.

10. "Real Housewives of New York"

Bravo's
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Bravo's "Real Housewives of New York" originally followed the lives of Kelly Killoren Bensimon, left, LuAnn de Lesseps, Jill Zarin, Bethenny Frankel, Ramona Singer, and Alex McCord. During the show's nine seasons, however, the cast has changed dramatically.

9. "Hell's Kitchen"

Gordon Ramsay puts aspiring chefs through rigorous cooking
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Gordon Ramsay puts aspiring chefs through rigorous cooking challenges and dinner services, and isn't afraid to demand the best of them on "Hell's Kitchen."

8. "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"

E! Network's
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E! Network's "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," which began in 2007, has helped make household names of the Kardashian and Jenner families. The show follows the glamorous lives of the Kardashian-Jenner clan and features all the drama that accompanies it.

7. "Bigg Boss 10"

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"Bigg Boss 10" is the 10th season of India's "Bigg Boss," a show that follows the same format as the Dutch and American versions of "Big Brother."

6. "Project Runway"

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"Project Runway," co-hosted by supermodel Heidi Klum and fashion consultant Tim Gunn, is a competition reality show in which up-and-coming fashion designers must create runway-ready looks in just two days.

5. "The Bachelorette"

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"The Bachelor" spin-off, "The Bachelorette," is a dating game show that gives one woman the opportunity to choose from among 25 suitors. The show keeps close ties to its parent show, as typically the bachelorette is one of the runner-ups from "The Bachelor."

4. "The Bachelor"

There's been more than 20 seasons of
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There's been more than 20 seasons of "The Bachelor," a show designated to match two people in marriage, but only two couples from the show are still together: Jason Mesnick and Melissa Rycroft and Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici.

3. "America's Got Talent"

NBC's
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NBC's "America's Got Talent" has helped spur a number of careers, including that of Long Island's own Sal Valentinetti, who appeared on season 11 of the reality show.

2. "Big Brother"

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"Big Brother," which takes its name from George Orwell's novel "Nineteen Eighty-Four," has had more than 18 seasons in the U.S. and recently announced that a celebrity edition would be premiering, too.

1. "Dancing With the Stars"

The U.S. spin-off of U.K.'s
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The U.S. spin-off of U.K.'s "Strictly Come Dancing," ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" has had more than 25 seasons since 2005. Featuring celebrities pairing up with professional dancers to compete against the others for judges' points and audience votes, the show airs a new season during the spring and fall almost every year.

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