By pumping out all-star seasons at a rapid clip, RuPaul’s Drag Race is eroding the foundations of an all-time great reality series.
As the women of Beverly Hills return, there are some clear fractures forming within the group.
DJ James Kennedy’s mother Jacqueline continues to terrify and torture her son and viewers alike.
As Tom Tom prepares for its big debut, Lisa Vanderpump shows once again why she is a master of reality television.
Who had the absolute greatest Super Bowl halftime show? It certainly wasn’t Adam Levine.
Ariana is right about so much this episode.
Give 2019 the Kid Nation and Boy Meets Boy revivals it deserves!
Oh, Billie Lee, when did you get like this?
The 2001 series was an unprecedented experiment in reality-TV romance. A new reboot shows how far the form, and its audience, have come since then.
The aftermath of Stassi and Ariana’s birthday party is grim.
In the end, this wasn’t really a show about victims, but a show about survivors
“I hope it makes women think twice before assuming they should honor the man.”
Just because James and Jax are on their best behavior now doesn’t mean people are going to forget about their years of behaving badly.
The past and present finally collide in an episode that reveals the full extent of John’s dirtiness.
Debra reveals she may not be quite as passive as she seems — and not a moment too soon.
John only has so many tricks, and he seems to have learned almost all of them from his father.
Lisa’s second firing of DJ James Kennedy in three seasons is perfectly constructed reality TV drama.
An episode tackling the hardest-to-swallow part of this story succeeds by showing how not all forgiveness is the same.
How much more hate-able does DJ James Kennedy have to be before it stops being fun?
Is DJ James Kennedy abusive, or just a scumbag? The women of SUR are on the case!