Bravo fired two 'Vanderpump Rules' stars for targeting a Black castmate. There's finally a Black 'Bachelor'. All it took was a national uprising.
Here's what relationship experts think of the classic reality TV cliché.
You can't listen to the song without remembering the 'For the Love of Ray J' contestant who dropped from the top of a stripper pole into a split.
Bring them your nanas, your pop-pops, your card-carrying AARP members for a potential 'Bachelor' spinoff.
Bachelor Nation was once a different world than the rest of Hollywood. Now its members are marrying in.
The show casts naîve twentysomethings, then constantly questions their maturity—all the while reinforcing outdated ideas around love.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?
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.