As far as I know, there are only two things all New Yorkers truly love: 1) Wu-Tang Clan, and 2) complaining about the city’s famously impossible real estate. Neither of these things are especially new or novel, but will that discourage the New York Times from writing about the inherent disconnect between TV apartments…
MTV’s Real World producers, still desperate to appeal to bored millennial viewers, are switching up the seven-strangers-in-a-home format once again. Unfortunately, the germ-infested hot tub is running extremely dry.
The Real World has a long tradition of roommates being kicked off the show for fighting or abusive behavior. Well, times have changed. After another ugly altercation in a recent episode of Real World: Skeletons, no one was booted from the house and the show's official stance on violence seems murkier than ever.
On last night's episode of The Real World, two cast members went into the ladies room of a noisy nightclub so they could privately talk shit on their roommates off camera. But then they remembered they were still wearing their microphones. One girl assured the other that she doesn't think the producers were going to…
Reality TV continues on as a medium, never wavering from its dogged path towards becoming a sadistic ritual orchestrated by cruel and ruthless overlords for the enjoyment of the masses. Hooray! What's next? Well, apparently The Real World (which is miraculously, impossibly STILL ON) will undergo a format shake-up…
Here's some Real World news that will blow the minds of people who were into that shit circa 2000/2001: Danny Roberts (the most universally-appealing gay man in the world) admitted to having an affair with a straight male cast member years ago while filming The Challenge. After the hints he dropped, it's pretty clear…
How can Portland keep clutching its unofficial hipster capital title now that television's wet-fart, The Real World, has defiled the city's pristine bike lanes? Oregon Trail has taught us that there are three obvious solutions — intrepid citizens with their hearts set on creating an edgy pontoon city in the Pacific…
The Village Voice obtained a copy of MTV's standard contract for The Real World, a 30-page document that essentially requires cast members to sign their lives away, quite literally—the first stipulation being the understanding that participating in this reality show could cause death, loss of limbs, or mental illness.…
As 2010 comes to a close, we take a look back at the genre that dominated our television sets: Reality TV. Whether they're Housewives, Judge Judy litigants, pageant kids or Kardashians, we've laughed at them all. Here are our favorites.
Seventeen years ago—during reality TV's infancy—Tami was on The Real World L.A. We talked to her about her history-making abortion, having her jaw wired shut, and returning to the genre she helped pioneer, on VH1's Basketball Wives.
Tami—who got her jaw wired shut, her blanket ripped off her, and had an abortion on the second season of The Real World—is making a triumphant return to reality TV for the new season of VH1's Basketball Wives.
On last night's episode of The Real World: New Orleans (the 24th season of the show), two male roommates engaged in a cuddle session while one of them was blowing himself—with a hairdryer. Kids!
The Real World: D.C. has been kind of boring to the point of being unwatchable (which is saying a lot, coming from me), but last night's episode featured such a shocking act of violence that sucked me back in.
On last night's episode, a male roommate told Callie—who struggles with body image issues—that she wasn't skinny enough to pose for Playboy, essentially pouring salt on the wounds she incurred from being the daughter of an aerobics instructor.
In the past decade, MTV aired 14 seasons of The Real World (with another one premiering tonight). As one of the first reality shows, it's introduced us to 105 strangers picked to live in various mansions around the world.
Tomorrow night is the premiere of the 23rd season of The Real World. A 10,000-square-foot mansion in Dupont Circle will house a motley crew—two bisexuals, a few artists, and a former cult member—in their early 20s.
Remember Rachel from Real World: San Francisco? She co-hosted The View today-with a conservative attitude that makes Elisabeth Hasselbeck look liberal—opining that President Obama wasn't qualified to win the Nobel Peace Prize because of his "radical" abortion stance.
On last night's The Real World, Ayiia engaged in a threesome with a guy and her female roommate. Even though Ayiia has a boyfriend she technically cheated on, she was primarily concerned with how her parents would react.
This week's multimedia compilation of pop culture crap features Adderall, Levi Johnston, and Fox News "liberalism."