House Rulez: The Complete Series
Dead Gentlemen Productions
A Reality Show...
Nothing is as it seems when eight contestants vie for a $1,000,000 prize on the latest reality television sensation: House Rules.
Hidden cameras follow the cast AND the crew as they bicker and backstab their way to the top—and that's just the show's producers!
Produced in 2004 as an unscripted experimental dark comedy—by the creative team behind The Gamers, JourneyQuest, and Demon Hunters—House Rulez presents a new side of reality television: the shady behind-the-scenes dealings of producers determined to make their mark and the struggles of the contestants as they attempt to survive.
"The gaming content you guys create is amazing, but this show really proved you can turn your hands at anything. Had me captivated and the ending was outstanding!" —Stewart Tezise
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