As “For Real,” his docuseries on the history of reality TV, comes out and the “Real Housewives” turns 15, Cohen tells us how the genre shaped his life—and where it’s going next.
Fans of “Real Housewives” are savoring each salacious detail over Jen Shah’s arrest and indictment. Why do awful scandals like this feel like the Super Bowl for Bravo viewers?
In a new interview ahead of “Top Chef’s” 18th season premiere, judge Gail Simmons answers all of our burning questions about the best reality show on TV.
HBO Max’s “Made for Love” is a wild tale of love and connection, whether it’s a husband implanting a surveillance chip in his wife’s brain or Ray Romano and his artificial partner.
The former “Queen of Mean” and “Celebrity Apprentice” contestant breaks down her long, strange history with the Trump family.
COVID brought the fourth wall tumbling down on shows like ‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ and ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’—and changed reality TV for the better.
David Jacobs, creator of “Dallas” and “Knots Landing,” tells Tim Teeman about making J.R. mean, inventing the modern primetime soap, and why Dallas’ 2012 reboot “just didn’t work.”