Happy Halloween, and Halloween thanks to the dozen people who dropped something better than candy into my electronic bucket this month.
Thanks to the people who came on board in September as supporters of reality blurred and my work. If you want to join them, there’s still time.
Survivor NZ, New Zealand’s edition of the show, should be a model for CBS’ version, especially when it comes to immunity idols, C. Brian Devinney argues.
I’m okay after Hurricane Irma. Some thoughts during and after the storm, and some thanks for those who helped me and are helping others.
Will you join these 34 people who’ve helped support reality blurred’s mission of covering the world of reality television?
A periodic reminder for new and busy reality blurred readers about how to stay connected and not miss any of my reality TV show reviews and news.
Why I’m supporting net neutrality with a pop-up window today that brings attention to the FCC’s proposed changes, which could affect us all very soon.
reality blurred went live on July 6, 2000, so today is its 17th anniversary, and with that comes the next chapter: the opportunity to join me as a patron.
During Survivor Game Changers, Sarah Lacina demonstrated an excellent social game and strategy. She also wore a pair of shoes that she says “gave me an edge on my competition.” Now you can win your own pair—enter below! Those shoes were Body Glove 3T Barefoot shoes, and the company that makes them reached out to me, and when I asked,… continue reading
There are some new ad formats showing up on reality blurred. This explains why—and gets into the details of something we don’t like to talk about: money.
Tyler Lyons is a fan of both CBS’ version of Big Brother and Big Brother Canada, and in this episode of The Confessional, he argues why Canadians are doing a better job with their version. As an avid superfan of both the American and Canadian versions of the show, I’m always shocked when I hear other… continue reading
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If you checked in to realityblurred.com recently, you probably noticed some wonkiness. Or a lot of wonkiness. Or a fire of dumpster proportions.
When I was in Los Angeles earlier this year, I was thrilled to be invited as a guest on a podcast that I listen to regularly: The Reality of Reality. The podcast is less than a year old, but has captured attention inside the reality industry because it’s just honest one-on-one (sometimes one-on-two) conversations between Rosen, who’s… continue reading
Disqus, the commenting system reality blurred has used for almost eight years, has decided to go in a new, disappointing direction.