Reality Roundup: Reality Fails

Television doesn’t always turn out the way you’d expect. But when things go wrong on reality tv, it’s usually a sign that things are about to get really, REALLY good.  Below is a look at this week’s reality fails – and an examination of the things that made them great.   Logic What Happens at…

Reality Roundup: #Squadgoals of ‘The Bachelorette’

The Bachelorette is back, and so are the wacky costumes, exploding testosterone levels, and (fingers crossed) heaping piles of deli meat.  The premiere episode, featuring thirty-one men (or thirty-two, if you count the creepy doll that one contestant insisted on dragging around all night), showed incredible promise for the season ahead.  And I’m so excited…

Reality Roundup: Best of Breakups

There’s nothing like an old fashioned Bachelor breakup to remind us that we’re that much closer to (a) The Bachelorette premiere and (b) the remaining series of breakups that will be bombarding our televisions in the coming months.  After all, if Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay is going to find next year’s TMZ headline her future husband…

Reality Roundup: Relationships, Ranked

It’s the month of the Bachelorette premiere, and across the reality sphere, romance is heating up.  While some pairings are shaping up to be tomorrow’s tabloid fodder, others are the real deal.  Below are this week’s standout unscripted couplings – ranked in order of where these trainwrecks relationships seem to be heading. Ramona and ?,…

Reality Roundup: What is Love?

Chris Harrison’s Instagram has officially kicked Bachelor Nation back into gear. But in the weeks before The Bachelorette makes its triumphant return, love is already flooding the airwaves. Five different dating-themed shows defined the look of love this week, and one of them might just be the ideal match for you. 1. Love is… Money Each…

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Reality Roundup: Lessons Learned

  Most things I know, I’ve learned from watching reality TV.  Well… some things.  The important things.  At a time when many have come to question the value of reality television, it’s critical to acknowledge the contributions that the genre has made to the pool of human knowledge (murky as that pool may be).  In…

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