The Real Housewives is reflecting on its race problem
Bravo’s white wealth makes for compulsive watching while sweeping race under the rug. Now it’s got to confront the experience of Black people head on.
The unexpected triumph of Tiffany 'New York' Pollard
Tiffany is much more than just a funny reaction gif on your Twitter timeline -- she’s a reality TV genius who’s beat the odds to outdo the genre at its own racist, sexist game.
TikTok is (inevitably) getting its first reality TV show
Laugh all you want but we’re all going to be absolutely obsessed with ‘The Hype Life’ before you know it.
What if we kissed.... on The Sims reality TV show?
And won 100,000 simoleons.
Watch the first trailer for HBO’s new ballroom reality show
Following the controversy around its announcement earlier in the year, Legendary begins streaming next week.
It was a cultural reset: Big Brother's golden era prepared us for lockdown
20 years since it first debuted, we dig deep on how the original quarantine haus became the most iconic reality show of its era.
It was a cultural reset: 10 years on from Jersey Shore
Despite remaining iconic meme fodder, the chaotic precursor to shows like 'Love Island' champions a toxic masculinity that has not aged quite as well.
Nicole Richie is the world’s greatest satirist
Unlike many of her contemporaries, Nicole Richie is capable of parodying the world that birthed her whilst still partaking in the very constructs she is ridiculing.
britney spears was the og vlogger and her reality show proves it
On ‘Britney and Kevin: Chaotic’, the popstar not only preempted today’s YouTubers but also reclaimed her own narrative.
what happens when reality tv stars are frozen in time
From ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ to ‘Love Island’, the rediscovery of old seasons of reality TV on streaming services can be both a blessing and a curse.
the first sexually fluid dating show is finally here
Sex, love, and endless drama will no longer be constrained by gender on MTV's 'Are You the One.'
mtv just announced a reboot of ‘the hills’
Feel the rain on your skin, again.