Love at First Kiss is a reality dating show in which contestants kiss each other and then decide if they want more. Here’s a clip you can’t un-see.
Last week, we told you about elusive chanteuse Mariah Carey’s upcoming “reality special,” set to premiere on E! later this year. It was described rather generally by Us Weekly as a “docu-style series that chronicles the behind-the-scenes drama of her Las Vegas residency,” but thanks to a report by The New York Times,…
We already have a dating show about naked single people called Dating Naked. Undressed, which has strangers strip down to their underwear and get to know each other, is kinda like a prequel.
Sad Dancing With the Stars Diaries is a new series in which we imagine the innermost feelings of Dancing With the Stars contestants, as written in their “journals.”
Tonight marks the premiere of Stewarts & Hamiltons, an obvious Keeping Up With the Kardashians copycat that features the lives of Alana Stewart, ex-husband George Hamilton and their kids, including Kimberly Stewart, Alana’s daughter with other ex-husband Rod Stewart. It’s like a super-complicated and…
Thirty-nine-year-old TV producer SallyAnn Salsano has a bunch of reality shows under her belt, including Design Star, A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila and megahit Jersey Shore. But her latest project for Oxygen doesn't have a Snooki or a Situation as the star: It's all about tattoos.
Reality show producers are casting a new "documentary style mini-series" about the "Real Women in Beverly Hills." Sure, we already have The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but apparently someone thinks Bravo isn't adequately exploring these ladies' lavish, botox-filled lives.
Did you know that not all female softball players are gay? Bravely busting this and other sexuality myths is ... a reality show, casting now.
According to this Craigslist posting, VH1 is casting a reality show wherein vain, obnoxious people can nominate their best friends for "the gift of a makeover with PLASTIC SURGERY so that both of you can rock the town together."
Bravo's new reality series Miami Social premieres tonight, but critics say the cast of ambiguously employed 30-somethings devoted to gossiping and drinking themselves into a stupor are not only barely watchable, but barely human.