No One Under 30 Should Be on 'The Bachelor' or 'The Bachelorette'
The show casts naîve twentysomethings, then constantly questions their maturity—all the while reinforcing outdated ideas around love. Is that why its success rate is so awful?
TV Shows Are Navigating the #MeToo Movement Surprisingly Well
Episodes tackling sexual assault and harassment have officially become a thing.
Reality TV Stars Share What It’s Like to Watch a Liar Get Caught on Camera
While it’s hard to get those doing the lying to reflect, their witnesses were willing to talk.
'The Bachelor' Needs to Get Over Its Problems with 'Exotic' Food
The show's trip to Singapore was the latest in a long line of cringeworthy segments about non-American cuisine.
What It Means for 'The Bachelor' to Address Sexual Assault
Contestant Caelynn Miller-Keyes told Bachelor Colton Underwood that she was raped in college on an emotional one-on-one date.
The Bad Virgin Jokes on ‘The Bachelor’ Might Make Me Finally Stop Watching
They're stale and stigmatizing, and I'm very, very sick of them.
Reality TV's Sexual Politics Are Somehow Getting Even More Toxic
Allegations against a contestant on 'The Proposal' are just the tip of the iceberg of ugliness.
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Lawmaker Drafted a Bill to Ban 'Bachelor' Arie Luyendyk from Minnesota
State representative Drew Christensen was just as upset by Becca's public breakup as you were.
Why Won't 'The Bachelor' Own Up to the Fact that Arie Sucks?
Arie Luyenduk Jr., a "former race car driver" no one wanted as the Bachelor, bored us all season long. And then he acted like a total dirtbag. Somehow, the show's producers still believed they could redeem him in the audience's eyes.
This "Bachelor" contestant may lose her heart on national TV, but physically she's accounted for
Bekah Martinez was reported missing last year — turned out she was competing for Arie's heart on "The Bachelor"
How Not Drinking Coffee Almost Ruined My Career
I've never had a whole cup of coffee in my entire life. You're already judging me, I know.
DeMario Jackson Reportedly Invited Back to 'Bachelor in Paradise'
Allegations of sexual misconduct on the set of "Bachelor in Paradise" halted the show's production for an investigation. Now, it's been announced that the show will resume filming—and a contestant embroiled in the controversy has been invited back.