The Survivor: Cagayan season finale airs tonight, and with only four castaways left, one will “pull one of the greatest comebacks in Survivor history.”
A Swedish reality TV show that features 10 Americans competing in various cultural events is entering its fourth season and casting officials say something is missing. They want someone from the Fargo area.
A young woman who grew up in Stillwater was just the “Biggest Loser” on national television Tuesday night. Twenty-four-year-old Rachel Frederickson went from 260 pounds to 105 pounds, for a total loss of 155 pounds since late June. That’s almost 60 percent of her body weight.
A University of Minnesota sophomore is living on an extreme budget, and chronicling it online. David Levitz’s apartment is barebones, like a lot of college students.
The 15th season of “Big Brother” debuts Wednesday evening on WCCO with two new twists and two contestants from Minnesota. Those two contestants are Kaitlin Barnaby, a bartender from Minneapolis, and McCrae Olson, a pizza delivery boy from Oak Grove.
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Are you Norwegian-American? Have you never been to the motherland? The producers of a popular reality TV show want you.
Thanks to local guy Kris Humphries, Minnesota got all caught up in the Kardashian divorce drama. But is what’s going on reality TV worth all the drama? And how real is it?
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On reality shows like Survivor, Big Brother and The Bachelor, people have to leave their jobs, their families and their rent payments for months. So, how can people afford to be on reality shows? Do they get paid?
A 26-year-old Minnesota man is in the running to outlast the competition in the newest season of the reality TV show “Survivor.”
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There are remodeling television shows for bedrooms and basements, kitchens and closets. If it’s a space in your home, there’s a show dedicated to making it over. You might not know it, but many of the stories you see on TV could be from your own neighborhood.