There are a lot of categories at the Emmy Awards, which is why they have a separate show solely for the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Even with the first day of the awards, there were still a lot of awards to sit through during the main show.
No need to watch the whole broadcast if you recorded it. If you missed the Emmy Awards, don’t worry, we got you. We have compiled a list of winners from the categories you care about: the reality TV awards, of course. It was a major night for RuPaul’s Drag Race and Queer Eye.
“What is up with Kelly Dodd?” – me, every single time I watch Real Housewives of Orange County. I am all for giving people the benefit of the doubt and evaluating people based on your own experiences with them, but I don’t get why Kelly thinks she can have an opinion on the Vicki Gunvalson madness from last year when she wasn’t even in this friend group then.
Kelly came on the show as a friend of Meghan King Edmonds and I keep forgetting that since she is so attached to Vicki. The latest episode was also pretty perplexing when Meghan tried give her some advice about Vicki and Kelly reacted so rudely about it. As of now, no one on this show (except for Vicki) is friendly with Kelly, so maybe Kelly should have taken on her advice and things would be going better for her.
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With the new year comes a massive list of new and returning reality TV shows. We already welcomed back Mob Wives, The Little Couple, Love & Hip Hop, and Millionaire Matchmaker in December, so I hope you still have room in the DVR for what’s on the way.
The new shows include Donnie Loves Jenny, Preachers of Detroit, Friends to Lovers, Christina Milian Turned Up, and more.
Among the returning shows we have Little Women LA, Celebrity Apprentice with Brandi Glanville and Kenya Moore, Sister Wives, Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars with Reid and Aviva Drescher, Dance Moms, and more. Check out the complete list of winter premiere dates below.
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Fall is my favorite time of the year. From the cooler temperatures to the intense fall TV schedule, I cannot get enough! Over the past two weeks, The Biggest Loser, Couples Therapy, Hell’s Kitchen, Dancing with the Stars, and Kim of Queens returned to our TV screens and Love & Hip Hop Hollywood kicked off its first season.
And that is just the beginning! We still have The Voice, featuring new coaches Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani, Manzo’d with Children, Kendra on Top, focusing on Hank Baskett and Kendra Wilkinson‘s marital woes, True Tori, and more to look forward to. See the list of reality TV shows with September or October premiere dates below.
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While some of our favorite reality shows may deserve Emmy Awards for their acting and scripts, they DO get some recognition in other categories. The Primetime Emmys were announced this morning and several of our favorite shows made the cut!
Dancing with the Stars, Project Runway, Flipping Out and Million Dollar Listing New York were among the many shows given an Emmy nod today. The Emmy winners will be announced on August 25th. Check out who made the cut!
Outstanding Reality competition
- The Amazing Race, CBS
- Dancing With the Stars, ABC
- Project Runway, Lifetime
- So You Think You Can Dance, Fox
- Top Chef, Bravo
- The Voice, NBC
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Next month marks The Amazing Race‘s 20th season as the ultimate competition reality show! Eleven new teams will travel around the globe to 22 cities and nearly 400,000 miles in the hopes of winning the $1 million dollar grand prize!
Among some of the crazy challenges the teams will face is skydiving in Argentina, training with Masai warriors in Tanzania and racing through Africa’s “Garden of Eden.” The teams will also embark on a culinary tour of Italy (color me jealous!) and visit King Ludwig’s quarters in the German castle that served as the inspiration for Sleeping Beauty’s castle in the infamous fairytale. Color me jealous, again!
This season’s cast also features Guido best friends and a border patrol team. Meet the eleven new race teams below!
CBS recently released a sneak peak of the upcoming season, which features tons of insane adventures and looks, frankly, amazing.
The Amazing Race premiers Sunday, February 19th at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
WILL YOU BE WATCHING?
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The 19th season of the Amazing Race ended last night as new winners were crowned following a somewhat dramatic season.
Ernie and Cindy’s win was a bit surprising as the couple had spent most of the season being stuck in second place. Front runners, Jeremy Cline and Sandy Draghi, who actually started the race in first place ended up coming in second.
Jeremy and Sandy lost their lead in the competition when their clue instructed them to head to a residence once known as “The Dump.” Failing to do their own research, the duo simply relied on a guy in a truck who sent them to the wrong location — a furniture store called “The Dump.” On the other hand, Ernie and Cindy found the right location when they arrived at “The Dump” — an apartment in which “Gone with the Wind” was written.
Project manager Ernie, 29, and his fiancée Cindy, 30, a brand manager, won the competition following a journey that took them through 40,000 miles, four continents, 10 countries and 20 cities.
“This has been the best premarital counseling that you could ever get,” said Cindy following the win. “I can’t think of anything better in life than to have a husband that could be so supportive and caring even when I’m at my low.”
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