“The Ultimatum” is one of a few recent shows where would-be brides demand proposals—even as American women are marrying later, or not at all.
I wasn’t allowed to do the same once I was back home in New York.
After the pandemic made the rift between the rich and poor more visible, the family are banking on being more relatable in their new show.
Reality TV is now just a curated feed of not-so-controversial moments, all under the guise of real life. It’s fun, but it’s not very realistic.
As the pioneering reality show celebrates its 20th anniversary, VICE spoke to its creators and the family matriarch herself, Sharon Osbourne.
NBC's “The Courtship” wants to take us back to “the old ways” of dating, which is a fundamentally absurd premise.
The former ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ alum went from being the franchise’s demure and dutiful wife to the star of her own spinoff.
The matchmaking show is an unlikely hit among celebrities – and one of telly's most coveted onscreen gigs.
A blend of reality show tropes, cringey dating scenes, and K-drama swoon, it’s hard to look away from “Single’s Inferno.”
With strong female leads, the Kardashian-inspired show will fly in the face of the Taliban’s repressive view of women and society.