In an op-ed for New York Magazine, the attorney shares her experience on both 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette' in addition to explaining how she feels 'exploited' by the franchise.
Meanwhile, one more man admits that he joins the ABC dating show for fame, sharing that he actually had the thoughts of being the next star of 'The Bachelor' in mind.
Along with 'Time' and 'Asian Americans', Jason Sudeikis' hit TV comedy and Stephen Colbert's late night talk show are among the first batch of winners for the annual awards.
For her upcoming show 'Paris in Live', the hotel heiress will not only document her preparation for upcoming wedding with fiance Carter Reum but also give a look at her big day.
The Kelly Kapoor of 'The Office' is developing a new Netflix series tentatively called 'Showtime' inspired by the staff working at the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team.
Despite the criticism, the Emmy-winning actress, who plays Meredith Grey on the popular series, defends the fan when some others attack her for the criticism.
The 'Real Housewive of Atlanta' star also makes it clear that she has 'moved on' from her husband of two years Simon Guobadia although their divorce has yet to be finalized.
The Brooke Davis depicter teases a possible revival of her classic television series and seemingly suggests she and co-stars may have been approached for the project.
While he gave a pass to the opportunity to be a part of the beloved mob drama, the 'Dolemite Is My Name' actor portrays a mob boss on 'Fargo' and explains why he was excited about the gig.
As for Braunwyn, she reveals in a new interview that she holds no grudges towards Kelly despite the diss, saying, 'I give people second chances, 10th chances, 12th.'
The co-host is talking about an altercation that occurred on a Delta Airlines flight when the six-legged space invader makes its TV debut as it's making its way up the on-set furniture.
The Duke of Hastings depicter admits he was not 'sufficiently prepared' for the awkwardness of watching his own steamy scene on the Netflix period hit series.
The original cast members of the classic television show have gotten together again for a segment with James Corden on his CBS 'Late Late Show' following TV special.
The 'Love, Victor' actor opens up about the hateful comments he received for playing a gay man and reveals some of the criticisms came from his own family.
Meanwhile, this week's episode of the Bravo show features other drama surrounding the other Housewives as Dorit Kemsley and Kyle Richards yell at each other at Kyle's election party.
During his appearance on Heather Dubrow's 'PodcastOne' show, the Bravo executive producer explains that he's struggling to adjust because he's so used to be in charge during 'Real Housewives' filmings.
Discussing his LGBTQ role in a new interview, the 'Annabelle Comes Home' actor reveals that he 'didn't expect' he would receive 'some homophobic comments' from his 'own family members.'
Kelly, who departs from the 'Real Housewives of Orange County' alum along with Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Elizabeth Lyn-Vargas, sends Heather a loving message as she rejoins the cast of the Bravo show.
Looking back at a season 3 episode of her teen drama series, the Peyton Sawyer depicter could not help but admit that it looks like the Fall Out Boy rocker was having an affair with a high school girl.
If the 'Puerto Rican Princess' hopes the nude scene on her show will further excite fans, it certainly works as one fan writes on Twitter, 'I really be excited for Sunday's so I can watch Joseline's Cabaret.'