After last year’s infamous, bizarre mid-reunion unraveling, Phaedra Parks is nowhere to be seen in the trailer for this season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. No matter. Making up for her absence, two of the show’s original cast members—Kim Zolciak-Biermann, and Nene Leakes in her precarious wigs—have returned to…
How better to confront your issues, relationship or otherwise, than by filming yourself and your partner fighting, boning, and brushing your teeth, then watching that back with a therapist and two other couples?
On Tuesday night’s episode of the adult version of Wild & Crazy Kids—MTV’s The Challenge—a notoriously hotheaded competitor made racist remarks during a drunken tirade and the Earth continues to spin on its axis.
“I go big or go home, and I am not going home,” Vicki Gunvalson—the longest running cast member of any Real Housewives city—says emphatically in the opening credits for Season 12 of Real Housewives of Orange County. But as her role in the show becomes more and more forced, it might be time for her—and Bravo—to rethink…
Luann de Lesseps recently parted ways with her shiny bald husband of seven months, Tom D’Agostino, after persistent cheating rumors and a public row that ended in either a “slap” or a “face hold,” depending on who you ask.
Interesting news, everybody: the next Bachelor will not be hot, boring Peter, or hot, immature Dean, or anybody from a recent season of The Bachelorette—instead, it’s Arie Luyendyk Jr., a 35-year-old racecar driver from Scottsdale, Arizona who was a runner-up on Emily Maynard’s season a whopping five years ago. Okay!
Adorable Bachelorette contestant Dean Unglert, a favorite among fans with eyes, is not in the running to become the next Bachelor.
Bethenny Frankel, a fellow New York Housewife and frequent sparring partner of Ramona Singer’s, recently offered a good assessment of her character. “Ramona is always scared of being rejected, so she comes to you and cozies up, and when you don’t give her exactly the response she wants she becomes a bitch. Then she…
On Tuesday night’s Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison interrupted your scheduled programming of drunken spit and bed swapping for A Very Special Sit-Down with Corinne Olympios, one of the subjects of the sexual misconduct investigation that nearly shutdown the series earlier this summer.
A large reason that the most recent season of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York was so painful is that the first several episodes centered around the 2016 presidential election, something that none of us—particularly those of us on the Left—is eager to relive.
Does it not often feel as if present-day political maneuverings are just rehashing classic sitcom formulas (conflict, disbelief, resolution, forgetting in 22-minute increments)? In all ways possible, yes.
The most beautifully awkward show in the world right now is Date Night Live, a Lifetime series in which (mostly) single people across the country endure the bliss, uncertainty, disappointment and confusion of a blind date, played out in real time.
In a new interview promoting the salvaged current season of Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison took the time to share his belief that it’s clear that “journalism is dead, and long gone on every level” because of the confusing and disparate reports surrounding the sexual misconduct investigation over a sexual…
In June, Bachelor in Paradise abruptly halted production amid allegations of misconduct relating to a pool encounter between cast members and fellow franchise “villains” Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson. On Tuesday night, after heavily and tastelessly teasing some kind of dramatic on-camera reckoning, the show…
The fashion cycle that brought back boot cut jeans, chokers, and Juicy Couture has paved the way for Paris Hilton’s reality TV comeback.
When we last left the women of WAGS Miami... well, I actually have no memory what they were doing specifically, but it was definitely 1) Wearing small bathing suits 2) Fighting about who has the more famous boyfriend or husband.
It’s widely accepted that reality TV—thanks to editing and the personalities of people who willingly put their lives in front of the camera—is quite far from depicting actual reality. Relationships are made and broken in order to entertain the audience and dramatic cast members are rewarded with more attention and…
On Monday night, two women watched the finale of Rachel’s season of The Bachelorette. This is their story.
In the first few minutes of the season premiere, Bachelor in Paradise will address the alleged sexual encounter that led to a production halt, and that includes footage of the contestants involved.