It might be time for Olivia Pope to fix this.
While cable has plenty of new hits, the networks' biggest hits (Survivor, American Idol, The Bachelor) started during the Bush administration.
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Alternate title for the show? Fifty Shades of Cray.
And that name is some variation on Kristy.
Will you accept this hose?
"Congratulations," Sean Lowe.
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Things to focus on instead of working off that brunch.
We look at nine series that have lasted ten seasons or more (Survivor, Bachelor, Project Runway ... ) and gauge how much longer they've got.
Host Chris Harrison and his wife are calling it a day.
Two men claim they weren't considered for the franchise because of their race.
The most spoiled reality TV season of all time somehow stays entertaining till the end.
Illustrator Lisa Hanawalt draws her thoughts about the cult of Ben, the strange sea of indistinguishable women, and the show's odd helicopter fetish.
It's the women-tell-all one.
Fantasy suite time!
"I thought we were in the bourbon belt."
With a mini-Courtney intervention.
Plus, someone's not in love with Ben.
"I was just there two months ago."
"She just rides in on her high hearse, no pun intended."
We start recapping with the second episode of the new season.
A rapping doctor, a pageant queen, and one grandmother straight ahead!