Former “Bachelor” contestant Jillian Anderson discusses getting on the show, the experience of on-camera dates, and life after reality television.
On Monday night’s episode of ‘The Bachelor,’ Colton Underwood finally jumped the fence. We mean that literally for the former NFL player.
‘Dating Around’ marks Netflix’s foray into reality television, but the show also represents something you could probably call Prestige Reality TV.
There’s no need to wait around for the rose ceremony drama anymore. This season’s ‘Bachelor’ is sending girls home left and right, and it’s refreshing.
In last night’s episode of ABC’s ‘The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All,’ host Chris Harrison interviewed the men Becca Kufrin has sent home.
As women, we have to stop blaming these bad guys, the Aries of the world, even if they’re at fault, because blaming them doesn’t make us any stronger.
Like cannonballs in the cultural pool, they left us to reckon with our society’s ‘Gladiator’-like addiction to these emotionally exploitative displays.
On this week’s episode of #ProblematicWomen, Bre Payton and Ginny Montalbano talk about Nikki Haley, The Bachelor, and Bumble’s new anti-gun policy.
In a world of options and instant gratification, shy girls don’t stand a chance.
‘I made a huge mistake.’ Bachelor Arie Luynedyk Jr. proposes to, then dumps finalist Becca Kufrin in dramatic, uncut footage on ‘The Bachelor’ finale.
Becca’s ex Ross shows up to crash the Peruvian party, heighten the drama, get dumped, and make America fall in love with him.
“Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsay chose Bryan Abasolo, the clear frontrunner of the entire season, during the season finale of the ABC show on Monday night.
In nearly every season of ‘The Bachelor’ there’s a villain — a contestant who is depicted as crazy, unstable, or just really mean. Let’s rank them from bad to worse.
Is Nick Viall determined to die alone?
Nick Viall has tempted fate a bit too long with his sexual escapades, and this season’s ‘Bachelor’ contestants have had enough.
Washington Post Entertainment reporter, Emily Yahr, joins Federalist Radio to explain this season of “The Bachelor” and the infamous Nick Viall.
Nick is forcing the network to be honest that the show is really just about getting a bunch of drunk twenty-somethings into a room and creating volatile situations merely for the ratings.
Emily Miller joins Mary Katharine Ham to discuss their New Year’s resolutions and Marie Kondo’s KonMari method of minimizing the clutter in our lives.
I’ve been waiting for this season of ‘The Bachelor’ for so long. This is a guy genuinely trying to find love—even if the haters are calling Nick Viall a dud.
Go home already!
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