There are reports that a reality show starring "D.C. up-and-comers" is in the works. If you wanted to attach an anchor to your career in politics, my advice to you would be to sign up.
The "home cook" has long been a misunderstood American treasure, but on Sunday, April 13th the Food Network is about to heat things up as they search for America's Best Cook.
Kahindo believes that along with creating sustainable jobs, educating and empowering women is the key to poverty reduction in the Congo and Africa.
Mars One chief Bas Lansdorp's plan to send the first four humans on a one-way trip to establish a permanent human colony on Mars in 2025 is going full-steam ahead -- as is public and sometimes vitriolic criticism of his mission.
While reality TV is often scripted, and rarely reflects "reality," CNBC's new show Money Talks, which focuses on the world of sports handicapping, crosses over the line of acceptable entertainment.
Okay, there's the face ...
While you can look at the popular ABC series, The Bachelor, as pop culture entertainment, it can also, surprisingly, provide some real life lessons.
It isn't about the lottery-like TV talent show that will help Spencer get discovered. It's all about the good old formula of hard work. Then more hard work. And finally, hard work.
Competitive food shows strip cooking of its best parts.
As usual, my recap is late and it's because I've been processing what the heck we all watched on Monday night. For once Chris Harrison wasn't exaggera...
Never in Chris' 12 years hosting the show, he claimed, had he seen anything like this.
Jackie Mateos (L) and Liz Perez (R) Reinas de Realty on mun2 The housing market has taken a beating over the last few years much like reality shows...
The "reality" is that it takes immense dedication, fortitude, time and money to be a tattoo artist or a serious tattoo collector. Most of this is lost in the flashy bullshit you see on these shows.
This was reality TV, and unlike the actors I was used to interviewing, I wasn't playing a character, I was playing myself. Or so I thought.
Starting March 11, Bravo TV's Real Housewives of New York City is up again. As RH entertains, it fosters renewed appreciation of the everyday, reminding us of the grand lesson that money does not buy happiness.