• 2001: the year in reality TV.

  • An American Family’s Lance Loud dies; came out during 1973 show.

  • eight seasons of Road Rules syndicated in 2002; may replace Real World.

  • Project Greenlight director does not “want to be a boy band creation.”

  • Entertainment Weekly selects “most memorable” reality TV stars of 2001.

  • Frank voted out with one vote from his friend Teresa.

  • new show will make couples live on minimum wage for a month.

  • BBC planning simplified version of Murder in Small Town X.

  • Popstars 2 video debuts tonight.

  • is Mark Burnett hiding an alliance between Ethan and Kim J.?

  • France’s Star Academy criticized for its “sexist and homophobic situations.”

  • Project Greenlight “gives in to…the studio system.”

  • Brandon says Big Tom is “a really funny guy” and “good-hearted.”

  • NBC plans start of centerfold Fear Factor for Super Bowl halftime.

  • new French reality TV

  • former Real World cast members want “more money and better contracts.”

  • eliminated Pop Idol contestant Korben blames being outed for dismissal.

  • South African network talking to Endemol about religious Big Brother.

  • Frank and Margarita are still together, Joe and Bill point to editing.

  • Rob & Brennan win The Amazing Race.

  • Lex wins immunity; bye, bye Brandon.

  • Pop Idol is “a way for viewers to make a telling anti-corporate statement.”

  • The Amazing Race concludes tonight.

  • Pop Idol finalist says just speaking “takes hard work and practice.”

  • host is “not a big fan of reality TV.”