The entire concept of the show is based on "hide-and-seek": the contestants hide, and the "hunters" seek them out for capture. However, what about the camera man bounding behind a contestant? Do the "hunters" simple ignore these glaring indications of contestant location? Such forced ignorance renders the entire experience grossly artificial. Bottom line: a contestant could very well be caught just because a bloody camera man didn't jump in a trashcan with them.
Sci-Fi channel is a paradox in itself. It seems like every week a new "Sci-Fi original" movie, show, or series is released, suggesting there must be some kind of monetary gain involved. However, the writing is continuously bogus and the special effects are straight from 1995 (especially in the movies, freaking deodorant commercials have better sfx). I hope they cease soon; dignity is hard to keep these days and they're losing it fast.
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