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A few quick ways to stay connected with the latest in reality TV

A few quick ways to stay connected with the latest in reality TV
Stay connected to the latest in reality shows. (Photo by Shutterstock)

To start this short week of gratitude and shopping, a few quick reminders about how to stay in the know about the latest in reality TV with reality blurred.

Stay informed

  • Subscribe to Reality in Focus before this week’s special Thanksgiving-themed issue arrives in inboxes. Each issue starts with a note from me you can’t read anywhere else, and includes advice about what to watch. It’s free!
  • I update the reality show calendar constantly, so check it out when you’re making plans for the week.
  • Find me on the Twitter or the Facebook.
  • If you’re already following reality blurred on Facebook, and you want to defeat Facebook’s secret magic algorithm which is hiding many of reality blurred stories from you, go here and:
    1. Hover over the “Liked” button
    2. Click “Posts in News Feed”
    3. Choose “See First”
      You can do this for any page you follow on Facebook, of course! Enjoy Firsting.

Be part of reality blurred

  • Have a strong argument to make about anything related to reality TV? I welcome submissions to The Confessional, reality blurred‘s op-ed section. I especially love pieces that make me think and/or take a position that’s different than my own.
  • You can always send questions, objective or subjective, for Ask Andy, and I’ll do my best to answer.
  • Since the early days of reality blurred 15 years ago (!), I’ve relied on readers to send me tips, links, and anything else. See something interesting on social media? Read a story in your local paper? Send it to me! Don’t worry if you think I may have already seen it—send it anyway! I appreciate everything.

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About the author

  • Andy Dehnart is the creator of reality blurred and a writer and teacher who obsessively and critically covers reality TV and unscripted entertainment, focusing on how it’s made and what it means.

Discussion

I value our community at reality blurred, which connects people through open and thoughtful conversations about the TV we’re watching and the stories about it.

Comment rules: My goal is for us to be able to share our perspectives and exchange ideas in a welcoming, supportive space. That’s why I’ve created these rules for commenting here. By commenting below, you confirm that you’ve read and agree to them.

Happy discussing!