RuPaul’s Drag Race season 9 will air next year, now that Logo has renewed the show following the Emmy nomination for RuPaul.
Archives for July 2016
Was it appropriate to have the Big Brother 18 houseguests pose nude? Was the photo even real? Charlie Jenkins examines a photo released by CBS.
Hoarders season nine is currently casting and filming. This may be the last season for the show that helps people with hoarding disorder who are in crisis.
Netflix announced that Making a Murderer is producing new episodes that follow Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey’s post-conviction lawyers and families.
Bri Hill and Steve Young, the first two runners on go90’s The Runner, have re-joined the competition, as a chaser team, #RunnerAllStars.
One-seventh of the speakers at the Republican convention this week are people who’ve been on reality television shows. A full list, and when to watch them.
reality blurred wants to know: What are you watching? What reality TV has your attention this summer? What amazing show are you recommending to friends?
Big Brother 18’s third live eviction may have been a blindside, but the power in the house remains the same because of this season’s team twist.
So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation mentor Joshua Allen didn’t appear on Monday’s episode. Today, he was charged with several felonies.
The Television Academy announced nominees for the 68th annual Emmy Awards, and in the reality TV categories, there were new shows and new people nominated.
America’s Got Talent’s judges narrowed 40 acts to 14 this week. Here are the acts that made it through, and ones that should have gone on to the live shows.
Funded, a competition for venture capital investments that will have startups mentored by Tyra Banks, Rob Dyrdek, and Rohan Oza, has been ordered by NBC.
Unscripted, reality, and game shows—never mind the Olympics—are absolutely dominating in the ratings so far this summer.
A gay version of The Bachelor, Logo’s Finding Prince Charming, will air this fall, hosted by Lance Bass and featuring an all-gay cast, unlike Bravo’s Boy Meets Boy.
NBC’s American Ninja Warrior is holding an obstacle design contest that will give its winner a trip to the set next season.