Fox has apologized after singing competition, “I Can See Your Voice,” used the expression “Chink in the Armor” to describe the performance of a singer dressed as a knight in last week’s episode.
The Twitter post on Oct. 28 featured contestant Julian Mendoza wearing a knight costume, according to The Wrap.
During “Survivor: Reunion Special” on Wednesday, contestant Kellee Kim opened up about the sexual misconduct by another cast member, Dan Spilo.
Kim sat down with host and executive producer Jeff Probst to voice her concerns about how CBS and other producers handled incidents involving Spilo inappropriately touching her and other cast members.
Reality show “90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way” recently introduced its latest couple, Deavan Clegg and Jihoon Lee, to its viewers.
Clegg is a 22-year-old single mom based in Salt Lake City, while Lee is a 29-year-old used phone dealer from South Korea.
Warning: Contains spoilers for “Terrace House: Opening New Doors.”
“Terrace House,” a popular reality show from Japan, is opening its doors to a member of the LGBTQ community.
“Basketball Wives” star Evelyn Lozada is facing some backlash after nicknaming fellow cast member Cece Gutierrez with a racial slur.
A heated exchange between the two occurred on Sunday’s episode when Lozada confronted Gutierrez over a comment she allegedly made regarding her lack of work.
Having an Asian male appear on “The Bachelor” franchise is such a rare occurrence that it is always noteworthy when a new one is selected to be a part of the season.
For season 14 of “The Bachelorette”, John Graham, a 28-year old software engineer from San Francisco, California, is the sole bet who is of Asian descent.
People with a knack for acting but do not necessarily want to take the stage are earning well in Chinese reality shows.
These actors make up the country’s lucrative “professional audience” industry, now pegged to be worth over 180 million yuan ($26.5 million) since its boom in 2014.