Who are you already trying to set up with Raven for Bachelor in Paradise?
Ashley is ready to find a boyfriend (without America watching).
He's also ready when 'The Challenge' comes calling.
BRB, going back to the wilderness.
The couple is currently on this season of 'Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars.'
Are Corinne and Chad destined for reality TV romance?
"I felt like that was a little bit disrespectful and unnecessary."
Journey to find love and one million dollars.
And evil takes a human form in Corinne Olympios.
Real men watch The Bachelor.
It’s officially week four of Dancing With the Stars. So far, there have only been two eliminations, cutting actor Jake...
"I didn't deserve that."
This is horrifying.
Kourtney landed a great guy (minus those stints in rehab).
This is the week we’ve been waiting for, our first to be continued! TBC on this type of show always means that something crazy happened.
In honor of what could have been, let’s discuss the top five women pitching Chris’s tent this week.
Let’s be honest, if you’re not in the top five on this show then you might as well be dead or fat, which is probably seen as the same fate to many of the contestants.
We've thrown together a list of some of the most notorious reality TV stars who have fallen from their pedestals and are now paying the consequences for their poor decisions.
My favorite thing to do on a Friday night is watch Four Weddings, Say Yes to the Dress and drink all of the wine. There are many, many truths to be learned from these shows -- but let's start with the most basic few.
You know this famous mom from binge watching TV on weekend afternoons, I'm sure of it. Can you guess who this wanna-be Baywatch babe is?
The owners of Amy's Baking Company, husband and wife Samy & Amy, are seen yelling and screaming at each other and customers on the show. Amy claims that food reviewers and bloggers are out to get them and ruining their business by writing false reviews, and caused them to lose a lot of business.
Girls silently taking off their clothes, standing under a light, and having men critique their bodies while they stand there and say nothing. I don't know about anyone else, but to me this sounds like the start to a horror movie. A terrible horror movie. But nope, this is a real-life TV show.
Merriam-Webster defines "Reality TV" as television programming that features videos of actual occurrences (as a police chase, stunt, or natural disaster). The truth is, reality TV, while rarely depicting natural disasters, is often a disaster in itself.
We've broken down these legendary affairs into four categories: Teen, Drama, Sitcom and Reality. Each round you'll vote for the best couple in a dueling pair.
So basically, even though Ry's not actually doing anything, or saying anything really important or intelligent...he's still really damn good to look at.
When I realized we are currently on the 17th season of The Bachelor, it got me thinking. Where are all these gorgeous men I have missed and what are they up to now? Are they still bachelors or have they settled down with the girl they chose on the show? If you're like me and missed a "few seasons" here and there, you guys can use this cheat sheet to catch up!
I know we all can be a little bit awkward but how many of us can relate totally to Hannah and all her pals? Well, we will soon find out. A production company posted the following to Cragislist, asking girls to audition for their version of "Girls".
This year is bring us a slew of terribly-terrific reality TV. From "Fat Girl Revenge," a show about formerly large women seeking vengeance on their haters, to "All My Baby's Mamas," a show about Shawty Lo and the 10 women who birthed his 11 children. 2013, guys, it's going to be a good year.
For those wondering, my birthday is April 12th, but it might as well be January 7th because it was announced today that Ryan Lochte -- mythical merman extraordinaire -- will be getting his own reality show on E!. I will never receive a gift greater than this.
Just when you thought TLC couldn't find another wacky topic to turn into a TV show, they had to go and out-do themselves...once again. No, they're not diving into the sex lives of house cats (although that series will probably launch next year), they're exploring the world of funerals.
The CW has picked up a new reality series based off the Hunger Games. I know, I know - sigh. The show will feature 12 teams of two who will be dropped into the wilderness without any food or shelter.
The reality show The Hills was scripted to add TV drama and reel viewers in, but Kristin spills the behind-the-scene details about the MTV series--fake relationships, fake fights... but one thing that was not fake was Kristin's "distaste" for LC during the series.
Home to the likes of Honey Boo-Boo and Breaking Amish, TLC is at it again with a new reality show called Extreme Cougar Wives. At this point, I'm pretty sure this network can find the most bizarre circumstances to document.