On Thursday, the television network/church we all attend announced six new non-scripted tv shows. While reality TV has never shied away from spin-offs, Bravo’s latest slate is taking things to new and ridiculous Kroll Show levels.
In a three-part reunion spent unravelling the fifth season of Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules (a season during which we dealt with accusations of sleeping with married men, Tom Schwartz shitting on a toilet in drag, a homophobic, frosted-lipped mother from Kentucky, and the dreaded monster that has become of Katie Maloney),…
As many of us suspected and feared, Bravo is doing a Vanderpump Rules spin-off with Jax Taylor and his girlfriend Brittany Cartwright, who doesn’t realize she’s trapped in a mental prison with a man who likes thick sweaters.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion this season will roll out in four parts—a first for the franchise—which means FOUR entire episodes of people hashing out their issues, lying, issuing non-apologies and trying to come up with the best comebacks while wearing bizarrely elegant gowns.
In anticipation of Wednesday night’s Real Housewives of New York premiere (Season 9, if you’re counting), this week’s DirtCast is a celebration of all things Bravo—but mostly Real Housewives and Vanderpump Rules. Along with our guest Mariah Smith, who’s an associate producer responsible for research at Watch What…
The Season 4 premiere of Southern Charm opens with Thomas Ravenel, a 54-year-old former South Carolina State Treasurer who was indicted on federal cocaine distribution charges and removed from office in 2007.
It’s that wonderful time of the year when Bravo reveals the intro for the latest season of Real Housewives of New York. Happy Housewives Christmas, everybody!!!
Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz were finally united in tenuous televised matrimony Monday night...almost. The cliffhanger Bravo is hanging its hat on is whether or not either of them will finish their vows in time, which greatly overestimates how much anybody on this earth cares about what these two will say to each…
I am skeptical anything could possibly top the masterpiece that was last season of the Real Housewives of New York, but the ladies are back and it certainly looks like they’re trying their hardest.
On the next season of Vanderpump Rules we will discover that Tom Sandavol and Tom Schwartz have finally run off together, Jax is now managing Pump, Stassi and Peter have rekindled their romance, and somehow it will all make sense.
Though I still wish Andy Cohen would stop pushing all the black people into separate franchises (and let some other women of color who aren’t crazy Jules appear onscreen), the second season of the Real Housewives of Potomac is happening.
I think it would be fair to say that this season of Vanderpump Rules has been kind of stale, comparatively. With most of the cast entering their thirties and settling down into long-term relationships, a severe vacuum of authentic drama has unfortunately been filled by the deadening specter of the “woodsy elegance”…
Lying, in general, is a pretty dumb thing to do. Lying while you’re shooting a reality television show that will inevitably log camera footage to catch you in your lies is an especially dumb idea. Enter: Lisa Rinna.
Danielle Staub, the “prostitution whore-ruh” who inspired some of the most intense and violent moments on Real Housewives of New Jersey, is coming back for the 8th season of the series...or so someone desperately wants you to think.
Monday night’s Vanderpump Rules was deceptive. At the time, it didn’t seem like anything particularly interesting was happened, but upon a closer look there truly was a mine of very cloudy diamonds to be found.
Your one stop shop for hours of time-wasting television programming that perfectly pairs with a glass of chilled wine is shaking things up. Bravo has introduced a new logo, jingle and graphics in part to pull in more male viewers with what it calls a “brand refresh.”
When the 7th season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was announced, we learned Eden Sassoon, daughter of Vidal, would be appearing as a friend and not a full time cast member. On Tuesday night’s episode it became clear why.
On last night’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the women argued. They dressed up in expensive clothing, paid a stranger to style their hair and makeup, gathered around a table and deliberately obfuscated the truth, whatever that is. But no one was more misunderstood than former player Kim Richards, who, I assure…
What is the most annoying thing about Dorit Kemsley? An easy answer is her laughable accent. Or is it perhaps her inability to remember a conversation that took place days before? No, more likely, it is her toad of a husband who is getting entirely too much screen time on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
As 2016 approaches its end, we look back on a year of radical change.