A Real Yachtie's Take On 'Below Deck,' From Avery, The Season 8 Deckhand
When Avery Russel first received an Instagram message about appearing on Below Deck, he thought it was a joke.
Unpacking Noah’s Evil Plan To Get Tayshia Time On ‘The Bachelorette’
Yep, as it turns out, Noah — the 25-year-old registered travel nurse from Oklahoma and the youngest of the bunch — is actually a strategic mastermind.
Adrienne Gang Gives The 'Below Deck' Crew A Performance Review
Well, another lack-luster episode of Below Deck wherein while watching I found myself wondering if I could add more excitement by shoving dull bamboo shoots under my fingernails or masticating wet cardboard.
Where Oh Where Are Jenny & Sumit Now — And Are They Married?
Things weren’t looking good for 90 Day Fiancé couple Jenny and Sumit on the latest episode of The Other Way.
What It’s Like To Be A Therapist On ‘Real Housewives’
Longtime fans of The Real Housewives of New York City don’t just remember Alex McCord’s Herman Munster shoes, Kelly Bensimon’s gummy bears, and Jill Zarin’s “hiiiii” heard round the world, we also remember an unlikely fan-favorite: Bethenny…
‘RHOSLC’ Or ‘RHSLC’? Confused.
In 2006, the world was introduced to Real Housewives of Orange County in what can only be described as a gaudy, stud-cladded, spray-tanned look into the world of a gated community in Orange County, California.
'Below Deck's Avery Breaks Down The Eddie & Shane Drama
The short-lived Season 8 deckhand, Avery Russell, isn't so quick to dismiss Shane.
The Battle Of The ‘Bachelorette’ Man Child
In case you haven’t heard by now, Tayshia Adams is using her time as the Bachelorette to look for a grown-ass man.
How Many Meltdowns Does It Take To Run A Yacht?
Reality TV means capturing all kinds of messy behavior on camera — but the Below Deck Season 8 crew seems more prone to meltdowns than any we’ve seen.
’Below Deck’s Adrienne Gang Shares Her Most Bizarre Guest Request
Week 3 of this season of Below Deck turned out to be an episode filled with cheesing guests, fresh meat, and the confirmation that (much to Captain Lee’s chagrin) there is actually a lot of crying in yachting.