Paradise Hotel will last just five weeks, with The Hills and Very Cavallari star Kristin Cavallari hosting.
Fox is bringing back its trashy fun summer reality competition for what will be its third season in the U.S.
Two people previously rejected from their respective reality shows each won the show last night. Zach, who was kicked off of the first Paradise Hotel twice, won the second season, and Thing 2, who was eliminated earlier this season from Flavor of Love 3, won Flavor Flav’s affections. On VH1, Flavor of Love 3 concluded… continue reading
Paradise Hotel‘s first season was extremely fun, and when the second season debuted almost two months ago, I was certainly excited. While I’ve been watching since then, the second edition has failed to live up to my expectations, and just doesn’t seem as interesting as the first. Paradise Hotel 2‘s cast members are pretty and… continue reading
Paradise Hotel 2, the fun and trashy reality competition that has lots more drinking and hooking up than coherent rules, returns tonight. The show airs on My Network TV at 9 p.m. ET, and then a late-night, TV-MA version of the same episode airs at 1 a.m. ET/10 p.m. PT on the Fox Reality Channel…. continue reading
Paradise Hotel 2 debuts Monday, and unlike the first season, which aired largely in real time, this season was produced over two months last summer. Unlike the last season, incoming contestants knew about the people they were watching on TV. Host Amanda Byram, who returns for season two, told me that change doesn’t have a… continue reading
One of the contestants on the upcoming revival of Paradise Hotel died after production was completed. Nathan Clutter died Oct. 12 after an accident unrelated to the series, and he will still be featured on the show. In a statement reproduced by Reality TV World, Fox Reality and MyNetworkTV said yesterday, “As Paradise Hotel 2… continue reading
MyNetworkTV and the Fox Reality Channel will each air their own versions of the same Paradise Hotel 2 episodes when the show debuts on Feb. 4. (That’s about a month later than its tentative debut date.) The show will air at 9 p.m. ET on MyNetworkTV, a broadcast network, and then “a late-night TV-MA version”… continue reading
Paradise Hotel 2 will open soon, and the show needs a cast. Casting notices have appeared on Cragislist, and ask for “fun, adventurous, outspoken, and competitive individuals” to participate. Since the casting notice promises “free-flowing spirits,” the Fox Reality channel and MyNetworkTV only want people who are at least 21–and no one over 30, which… continue reading
Four years after it originally aired, Fox’s spectacularly trashy and fun summer reality series Paradise Hotel is being ressurected by the Fox Reality Channel, Broadcasting & Cable reports. The new show will air on both the Fox Reality Channel and MyNetworkTV, which recently announced that it will air only reality shows, and is tentatively scheduled… continue reading
It’s not particularly noteworthy when a reality TV whore participates in a direct exchange of goods for their services; that is, after all, the definition of a whore. But usually reality whores get piddling prizes or G-list fame for their troubles. That is not the case with Paradise Hotel‘s Dave Kerpen. He literally sold his… continue reading
We were teased earlier this year with rumors that the best reality show ever, Fox’s Paradise Hotel, would return. Alas, they weren’t true. Today comes word of a new rumor, one that will hopefully won’t just offer more teasing and torture for fans of the series: Paradise Hotel is coming to DVD next year. The… continue reading
Toni Ferrari, star of Paradise Hotel, Love Cruise, and Kill Reality, is currently “dealing with the negative backlash from viewers who take the programs way too seriously.” Horrifyingly, Toni “was physically attacked in NYC,” “was bombarded by belligerent angry nightclub patrons and suffered severe trauma,” “encountered a stalker who literally camped out in front of… continue reading
Fox’s beloved summer orgy of crap, also known as Paradise Hotel, returns to television as the Fox Reality Channel begins to repeat the series. Tonight, two hour-long episodes will air back-to-back, starting at both 5 p.m. ET and 9 p.m. ET. The channel’s web site says that the episodes feature “Reality Revealed,” possibly the “contestant… continue reading
How can we justify making fun of the sluts, morons, and jerks who populate our reality television shows? In a new essay for reality blurred‘s exposed journal, Amanda Ann Klein argues that it’s because they “aren’t people, they’re characters.” She fleshes out that idea and explores how and why we relate to cast members. As… continue reading