24 Feb Our Favorite Guilty Pleasure Reality TV Shows to Watch!
The pandemic is probably the best time to catch up on reality television. Whether you’re interested in celebrity life, mimosas, money-hungry competitions, or just flat-out drink-throwing drama, a little escape from the real world wouldn’t hurt.
There are a lot of reality TV shows we’re too afraid to admit that we watch in our free time. Throughout the past few years, we’ve seen a growth in reality TV from housewives to hip-hop platforms. Here are some reality TV shows to check out.
“Keeping Up With The Kardashians”
After 12 years on air, the Kardashians are sadly ending the popular reality TV show centering around their fame, fashion, and fortune.
If you’re grieving, now is the best time to relive some of the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” moments, humor, and drama before the final season airs in March.
“The Real Housewives” Franchise
From the peachy Atlanta to Beverly Hills, Bravo’s long-running franchise is the best series to binge-watch with wine or popcorn.
You can catch up with the latest seasons of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” or “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” Either way, there’s a ton of series in the franchise that can fulfill your guilty pleasure.
Maybe you’re interested in the next superstar on television or the worst auditions to laugh at. The ABC reboot of “American Idol,” with hosts Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie, brings back the magic of music in the most unorthodox conditions. You can also binge watch some of the most spectacular “American Idol” moments from its beginnings!
“Jersey Shore: Family Vacation”
While you may have all of the classic “Jersey Shore” seasons to binge watch, you can also explore the ongoing reunion series on MTV. Although Snooki does not appear on the show this time around, you can still fist pump and relive the Jersey nostalgia.
“Little Women: Atlanta”
Amid cast member Ashley “Minnie” Ross’ tragic death in 2020, “Little Women: Atlanta” is going strong on Lifetime. The series chronicles the lives of little women taking over Atlanta by storm with fun, laughs, and drama.
“Bad Girls Club”
Although it’s been four years since the Oxygen series ended, the show’s fanbase keeps the show alive today. “Bad Girls Club” focused on seven bad girls living in a mansion and establishing their “bad” girl image. From its notorious punchlines, shade, and intense fights, this series is guilty pleasure royalty.
Because of its loyal fanbase, the show will be reincarnated on the streaming service Zeus, featuring all-star bad girls from the show.
What is your favorite reality tv series to binge? Drop a comment below and let us know!
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