The long-awaited return of Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ underscores the creeping true-crimeification of the network’s popular reality fare.
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.
Chris Harrison cozied up to the wrong people in the face of criticism, and they oh-so-predictably ruined him.
You didn’t solve racism, Hollywood. You effectively matchmade the first black bachelor and his prejudiced lover. Was destroying the franchise worth it?
Acho will be hosting the “The Bachelor” finale not because he’s the best person for the job but because of his skin color and his voting record.
‘The Bachelor’ is the WNBA of Bachelor Nation. Watching a bunch of women play the game just isn’t as good as watching men do it.
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.
‘The Bachelorette’ has a way of teaching us week after week what not to do. This week’s lesson? Don’t blow six figures on a Harvard education.
Sean and Evita hope to give listeners fun and thoughtful takes on the intersection of pop culture and politics and to shed light on the evolution of conservatism from GenX to GenZ.
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.’
Rachel Campos-Duffy, a Fox News Contributor and former “Real World” contestant, joins Emily Jashinsky on The Federalist Radio Hour.
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.
Pump Rules’s sometimes grimy studio-apartment aesthetic worked on a network defined by luxury because its stars were fueled by an intense, American desperation to ‘make it’ in Hollywood.
Listening to British comedy legends Russell Brand and Ricky Gervais discuss everything from ‘The Office’ to God and atheism is exactly what your stay-at-home self needs right now.
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