Emily Yahr, pop culture and entertainment reporter at the Washington Post, breaks down this season of reality and prime time television.
You wouldn’t believe how many parallels there are between ‘The Bachelor’ and the 2016 presidential race. At least eight, it turns out.
Two-time ‘The Bachelor’ contestant Becca is listening to a con artist. She should wake up from her stupor and look for real love somewhere it’s more likely.
In ‘Married At First Sight,’ millennial reality show participants who agree to arranged marriages are as burned by their parents’ divorces as everyone else.
Donald Trump’s populism exploits three frustrations with the people who run modern government—that they’re illegitimate, incompetent, and insufferable.
What made Top Chef so exciting this week was not the set of rules but the introduction of honor as a competing interest as well.
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