Considering their track record (A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, Paris Hilton's My New BFF) it's pretty safe to assume they will take trash television to a whole new level at the expense of the community that they're "documenting." By now it should be common knowledge that reality television is actually very much scripted so when they are casting they will choose the worst of the worst to represent the nerd / otaku community as a whole. I'm going to call it now. Should they even choose any cosplayers or anime fans they will be the biggest weeabos in the worst sense of the word possible.
Weeabo isn't a word I use often but if you're going to sell trashy TV you have to look to the bottom of the barrel when choosing a cast. Do we really need any more negative connotations associated with the anime / gaming and cosplay communities? The answer is a resounding hell no! Not every anime fan things like "kawaii desu" and wears Naruto headbands in public. Not every cosplayer dresses like a slut and not every gamer is 300 pounds and lives in his parent's basements. But this is almost certainly what we will see from Doron Ofir's new documentary.
Personally I'm tired of it. Do yourselves a favor and don't even think twice about applying for this or even watching it when it airs. There's a reason I didn't include a link to their casting application. It's to help us all. Because while we may know better than to believe what we see on TV, there are people out there who don't.