The creatively titled Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After, featuring former Bachelor Ben Higgins and his bride-to-be Lauren Bushnell, premieres on ABC subsidiary Freeform on October 11. It looks so...interesting!
Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise has been reliably excellent, as nothing will ever be bad about a group of hardbodied Instagram salesmen competing to be in relationships with each other in a crab-infested cabana with no air conditioning.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Leslie Jones is headed to Brazil, Bachelor villain Chad Johnson overshares, and Ivanka Trump seems unfazed by recent events.
Season 2 of UnREAL had almost as many exhausting storylines as Empire and felt more like a soap than a show tucked in a show about a real-life dating show. Altogether, it made for a cluster-fuck of a season, at times more overwrought than it was enjoyable, though definitely not at all devoid of drama.
One day after publicly losing The Bachelorette to human Q-Tip Jordan Rodgers, Robby Hayes—a man with less charisma than blank card stock—is making a more obvious play at becoming the next Bachelor.
The Bachelor Australia is a lot like its American counterpart—only “down under,” the toilets flush backwards, it’s hosted by a man named “Osher,” and they call it “tha bach-ehl-loh.” That, and the women—one woman, at least—eat the roses after receiving them.
A day after announcing his run for the 4th district of Colorado’s House, newly-out Republican and former Bachelor Ben Higgins has announced that actually, never mind!
Last season’s Bachelor Ben Higgins has announced that, as predicted, he will make his foray into public service, running as a Republican in the race for the 4th district of Colorado’s House. Higgins joins a lofty list of reality stars who moved into politics, some of whom who captured their runs through the medium as…
Freeform announced Wednesday that former Bachelor Ben Higgins and his chosen Lauren Bushnell will be returning to the small screen, in a series they’re ominously titling Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After (at least Britney and Kevin: Chaotic was honest) chronicling the couple’s life now that they’re settled in…
By the time Rachel calls action on Season 2 of UnReal’s fictional dating show Everlasting, she’s already found her villain, set the groundwork for a pair of nemeses and made the new girl in production cry and vomit in a matter of seconds. The diabolical (and this time, racially motivated) ratings push has begun.…
Now that he’s sailed off into the sunset with his beloved Lauren Bushnell (“Lauren B.”), last season’s Bachelor Ben Higgins has to find something to do with his time. So why not consider launching a bid for a spot in the Colorado State legislature?
This week’s episode of The Bachelorette centered around one man, and that man’s name is Chad. Chad, a luxury real estate agent from Oklahoma, enjoys eating meat, doing pull-ups with his suitcase attached to a weight belt, and other people’s inadequacies.
Speaking on a panel at the Paley Center, Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer—UnReal’s Rachel and Quinn, revealed that Season 2 of the Lifetime series is about to tear the two apart. “I didn’t think we could go this dark,” said Zimmer, ominously.
Last night’s season premiere of The Bachelorette was historic, in that ABC has saddled our girl JoJo Fletcher with what is possibly the worst group of men ever featured on this show.
This season’s Bachelorette contestant bios are out and my god, where do they find these people?
Andi Dorfman’s forthcoming memoir It’s Not Okay will be published next week, and Us Weekly has an excerpt that confirms that it covers her dramatic relationship with ex Josh Murray, specifically detailing that Andi—like Kaitlyn, who followed her in the role as Bachelorette—dealt with blowback from Josh over her…
UnREAL’s production bosses Quinn and Rachel are back to running their fictional reality dating show and, based on the trailer, the general concept for Season 2 is “money, dick, power.”
In a new promo for Law and Order: SVU a fictional dating competition television show becomes the center of an investigation in an episode titled “Assaulting Reality.”
Usually-accurate purveyor of Bachelor spoilers Reality Steve is reporting that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who has been accused of sexual assault twice, appeared at a group date Tuesday during the filming of this season’s Bachelorette.
For those who read the spoilers, the end of Season 20 of The Bachelor was a foregone conclusion—even when things got switched up at the end.