Loud was part of “An American Family” in 1973, but his wild band, Mumps, never signed a record deal. Now their songs are being released on the 20th anniversary of his death.
A Discovery reality TV competition, a Russian medical thriller and more productions could be heading to the orbital outpost in the next year.
Lawmakers passed a bill named for Javier Ambler II, who died in 2019 after officers arrested him in front of a “Live PD” television crew. If the governor signs it, this would mean the end of police cooperation with reality TV shows.
A cadre of Yale drama graduates have followed up a first streaming hit with “This American Wife,” a reality-blurring look at the long-running reality TV franchise.
Tensions between protecting and capitalizing on the image of the famous Australian beach town have exploded over a new reality show.
Mr. Duggar was featured in his family’s reality show until 2015, when the show was taken off the air after allegations that he had molested girls. He was also active in conservative politics.
In “The Big Shot With Bethenny,” on HBO Max, millennial strivers will compete to help Frankel run her Skinnygirl empire.
The 29-year-old former football player had written about questioning his sexuality in a memoir, published in 2020.
There’s just one catch.
The former Williamson County deputies were indicted on charges that they repeatedly shot Javier Ambler with a Taser during a traffic stop despite his pleas that he could not breathe.
Discovery’s new app has taken off largely because viewers love watching people fix houses, tour diners and bicker about their relationships.
A tumultuous seven-year marriage lived largely in the spotlight.
The mother of five unapologetically laid bare the drama of her family life as the first star of the first reality show — and paid a price for breaking new ground.
An ending as terrible as it was predictable engulfs the president and the country.
As reality TV, it’s boring. But in its unguarded moments, the show reveals universal truths about the idle rich and their need for attention.
Bravo’s main man bids adieu to what may have been the twenty-twentiest 2020 ever.
Richard and Mayumi Heene were accused of concocting a hoax after their 6-year-old son was feared to have floated away in a balloon in 2009. The boy was found safe at home.
A man who was dating a former New Jersey “housewife” was beaten up. Her ex-husband asked a Lucchese crime family member to commit the assault, prosecutors say.
She used her social media clout to preach and model self-confidence. She died of complications of Covid-19 in a Hamburg hospital.
The president’s inability to concede the election is the latest reality-denying moment in a career preoccupied with an epithet.
The network announced this week that its reality shows, including “Big Brother” and “Love Island,” would include more diverse casts starting next season.
Ms. McKibbin, who finished third on the inaugural season of the reality talent show in 2002, died on Sunday because of a brain aneurysm, her husband said.
Some research suggests the public health behavior of reality stars and influencers can affect viewers.
Mark Burnett helped turn Donald Trump into a national figure with “The Apprentice.” But since 2016, his impact “has kind of gone bust.”
We’re home all the time now, so watching home improvement television can give us tips on what to do and what not to do.
The show’s comfort viewing status has reached new heights with its latest season, filmed within a coronavirus bubble and with a familiar format, sans social distancing.
A list of series that are exciting, funny, educational and exactly the kind of television that parents should be watching with their preteen and teenage children.
Robert Chody, the sheriff in Williamson County, is accused of tampering with a video of a fatal 2019 traffic stop made by the crew of a police ride-along program.
Over the past five days, we learned a lot about the president and his powers.
The reality show shaped not only TV but celebrity, beauty and entrepreneurship.
Kim Kardashian West alerted fans in an Instagram post that her family will “say goodbye” to the popular reality show after 20 seasons.
The documentary-style reality series maintains its focus on Black lives and relationships while avoiding typical reality TV stunts.
A television critic and a fashion critic discuss what they saw, what they learned and what it could mean for the future.
The show gave us a giddy peek at the nouveau riche celebrities of the 2000s. It also made “fake it until you make it” the Millennial ethos.
Until Nov. 4, to be precise.
It’s hard for small farmers to earn a living selling crops. Enter the “farmer-influencer,” who can earn more by streaming farm life, in all its comforting monotony, to a growing online audience.
The twin reality stars and retired WWE champions Nikki and Brie Bella are both pregnant and making TV.
Japan’s heartwarming reality TV hit ended in tragedy when the participant Hana Kimura killed herself after a wave of online abuse. But “Terrace House” was always more complicated than it appeared.
It’s a bit like “The Great British Baking Show,” but in this series, the goal is to build dream homes, not frangipani and iced buns. It’s also deeply human.
In “Insecure,” “Love Is Blind” and “The Lovebirds,” these leading ladies are pushing back against dating bias in the real world.
But after a peak in March, the audience has started to shrink. “There’s only so much content people can consume,” a Nielsen executive says.
The “Drag Race” veteran, who is sheltering in Texas, stars in the new unscripted show “We’re Here.”
Airing in 1973 and making national stars out of the Loud family, it is now considered the first reality TV show. It had people buzzing then, and fighting.