Bachelor Nation was once a different world than the rest of Hollywood. Now its members are marrying in.
Episodes tackling sexual assault and harassment have officially become a thing.
While it’s hard to get those doing the lying to reflect, their witnesses were willing to talk.
The show's trip to Singapore was the latest in a long line of cringeworthy segments about non-American cuisine.
Contestant Caelynn Miller-Keyes told Bachelor Colton Underwood that she was raped in college on an emotional one-on-one date.
Colton Underwood doesn't deserve your corny "v-card" magic trick. Please stop.
"The Bachelor" has always been obsessed with “authenticity”. But the only person being totally open and vulnerable is being destroyed.
Allegations against a contestant on 'The Proposal' are just the tip of the iceberg of ugliness.