This is Bravo’s clear strategy to fend off critiques from lefty Instagram fan pages and Barnard graduates writing for The Cut. It’s making their product worse. It’s making race relations worse, too.
Fifteen years after the first “Real Housewives” franchise appeared on March 21, 2006, some of Bravo’s biggest fans are rendering the network’s brash reality fare impossible.
Whether you’re a reality television connoisseur or have simply exhausted your Netflix queue, treat yourself to a binge of ‘Survivor’ this holiday season.
By the end of the series premiere, they’d already started a legendary fight over ‘hospital smell,’ the key allegation in a saga involving a double amputee and a Pentecostal First Lady married to her step-grandfather.
We now live in a world where a celebrated response to the violence taking place in our country involves ABC hiring the first black man to star in ‘The Bachelor.’
The show’s pace mirrors the pace of swipe-happy app dating, and catches its millennial contestants in an interesting set-up of blind dates.
Reality television is a circus of immorality in which naturally skilled idiots are conducted by clever producers.
To put it concisely: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are sustaining the illusion of propriety, the Real Housewives of New York are abandoning it.
The captures captures the reality of the pandemic as normal people are experiencing it, not late-night hosts or news anchors or celebrities.
Netflix’s new reality dating competitions, ‘Love Is Blind’ and ‘Too Hot to Handle,’ have more in common than genre. Their plot twists are sexless.
Before Bravo, McSweeney co-wrote a major exposé that helped topple the powerful but problematic Women’s March back in 2018.
Assistant editor Kylee Zempel and staff writer Chrissy Clark join culture editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ finale and wrap up the season.
Dressed as a tie-dye bear, Sarah Palin rapped about butts on national television Wednesday night.
The feminist idea of toxic masculinity has confused men into thinking women want weak-willed, easily-swayed, emotion-driven men. We don’t.
The experiment at the heart of “Love Is Blind” was so successful that 26-year-old Lexie Skipper got a ring and still got cut.
‘Lego Masters’ is a surprisingly fun watch, and it’s an actual family show on a landscape where kids’ shows are barely watchable for adults, and adult shows are inappropriate for kids.
When “Vanderpump Rules” picks back up on Tuesday, the gang will still be reeling from backlash over Jax and Brittany’s Kentucky pastor.
Aside from being a reasonable way to test ‘Bachelor’ Pete’s devotion, Madison’s request was in everyone’s best emotional interest.
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