Bravo’s Real Housewives love nothing more than sharing damning receipts. But it’s become so common on the show that it’s starting to seriously spoil the fun.
Louis Staples is a freelance features writer based in London, UK. His work covers the internet, pop culture, politics and queer issues. He writes a monthly column for British GQ and is working on his first book.
On April 15, 2012, Dunham’s “Girls” premiered on HBO. The trailblazing series helped shape the TV landscape and gave us one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Do we owe her an apology?
The Bravo reality series has been awash in explosive controversies, yet its ratings remain low. Where will the franchise go from here?
With its constellation of “All Stars” shows, “Drag Race,” like “Real Housewives,” is forming its own shared universe—and taking over the world.
The once-hit Bravo reality show about a group of strivers in LA—and their Real Housewife boss—has transformed into a monster.
The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star dishes on grilling Erika Jayne over her fraud scandal, her Dorinda fandom, and why place cards “can be dangerous.”
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The 2001 comedy hit came out twenty years ago today. And it changed Reese Witherspoon’s career―and Hollywood―forever.
From Captain von Trapp to Adam Driver in “Marriage Story,” the DILF (Dad I’d Like to F*ck) has gone through plenty of changes over the years. Let’s take a walk down hunk lane.
The U.K. reality-TV hit ‘Love Island’ will reportedly crack down on contestants with OnlyFans profiles. It’s only the latest example of British TV’s mistreatment of sex workers.