It’s reality blurred’s 20th anniversary and/or birthday! To celebrate, I made a video looking back at what’s changed.
What’re your favorite reality and doc series from the past decade? What frustrates you the most about reality TV? Fill out this quick survey and tell me!
A few words on the occasion of this site’s 19th birthday—plus my annual disclosures about who I am, what I believe, and what conflicts I may have.
On the year-end survey, a few things came up that I wanted to address directly—in addition to expressing my gratitude for your help!
Your feedback is so valuable to me, and I’d appreciate your (completely anonymous!) thoughts to help me plan future coverage.
It’s time to celebrate: reality blurred is old enough to vote and go to college! Well, if it was a person.
Did you know you can send me a text or leave a voicemail message—or send tips via secure, encrypted messaging?
Your feedback led to some big changes. An update, followed by an ask.
Join me in thanking reality blurred’s most recent patrons—and join them in supporting the site, which you can even do just by what you already do, and without giving money!
Comments are back on reality blurred, thanks to Spot.im.
Facebook is again changing the news feed, and if you rely on Facebook to show you news or stories from publications and websites that you like—such as this one!—you may be affected.
Last year, borrowing from a favorite newspaper columnist, I started a new tradition: sharing with you who I am, what I do, what I believe, and things you should know. A new year has arrived, so it’s time to update you with a new edition.
I can’t end this year without expressing my eternal gratitude goes to the 56 people who are reality blurred’s current patrons.
And I do realize that not everyone can become a patron, or wants to use Patreon, so by frequent request, I’ve added a few more ways to support the site.
It’s the end of the year, and that means I’m reflecting about this year, and what I’d like to do next year. And I need your help.
reality blurred merch, as they used to say on Bands on the Run, is here, thanks to a few people who’ve requested it over the years.
Yes, you can now get many things—t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, coffee mugs, travel mugs, clocks, notebooks, stickers—that advertise your favorite reality TV web site, featuring the new logo that debuted at the beginning of this year.