Almost one year before The Bachelorette reunion, Meredith Phillips told her story of being drugged and sexually assaulted while filming The Bachelorette.
There’s a bunch of free reality TV—The Surreal Life, Small Town Security, Kitchen Nightmares—to watch on Tubi, which calls itself “the largest content library on the planet.”
Imagine if ABC marketed this season around Colton’s compassion, honesty, and vulnerability instead of his virginity?
You can’t leave, Colton. You belong here, with me. Talk to me.
Colton’s fence-jump finally aired, and it was a logical response to a crazy show—and may just pop The Bachelor’s fantasy bubble.
“I do believe that the people that go on the show are looking for love,” ABC’s entertainment president Karey Burke told TV critics today.
Elan Gale has made headlines again, this time for exiting The Bachelor franchise. Might his other TV projects or his cameo on The Haunting of Hill House have anything to do with it?
The Augora Hills mansion is home to a family of six when The Bachelor and Bachelorette aren’t being filmed there.
Bachelor Nation is freaking out over the star of The Bachelor season 23.
The Bachelorette season 14 and Bachelor in Paradise season 5 cast member Leo Dottavio has been accused of unwanted sexual behavior with several women.
In my late Thursday story about The Bachelorette, I reported on the outcome of the season without sufficient warning. I apologize for that.
A person on The Bachelorette has apologized for liking Instagram posts that he described as “hurtful, degrading, and dehumanizing.”
ABC cancelled Roseanne’s show, which was a surprise considering that, just last summer, the network used racial tension (and even potential violence) between Lee and Kenny to promote The Bachelorette.
Warning: This is gross and hilarious.
An uninspired, low-rated season of The Bachelor has a dramatic, not-at-all-new, but wildly successful conclusion.