It’s been 15 years and 30 seasons that viewers have tuned in to legendary CBS reality show “Survivor,” and now there’s an exhibit commemorating this milestone.
Natalie started the game with her twin sister, Nadiya — ironically, the first person voted out of the game.
A 66-year-old Irvine man was sentenced to 190 days in jail for operating without a contractor’s license after being busted by the reality TV show “Catch a Contractor.”
Executives with Langley Productions said this was the first time one of their crew members has been fatally shot while filming. The show started on Fox in 1989 and is now shown on the Spike network.
The popular summer show returns for its 16th season — and promising more twists than ever before (is that even possible?) — on Wednesday, June 25th.
In the end, the guy who schemed with reckless abandon walked away the winner.
Reality stars from CBS’ “Big Brother,” “Survivor” and “The Amazing Race” will guest star on the soap opera “The Bold and the Beautiful” beginning Thursday, October 24.
ive-time Emmy Award winner Heather Tom, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to discuss her new reality show “Renovation Unscripted”!
A former battalion chief for the Compton Fire Department, who once appeared on a reality television show, has been charged with setting fire to his own department’s headquarters in an alleged embezzlement scheme.
Robyn Kass, the casting director for CBS’ “Big Brother”, stopped by the KCAL9 studios Thursday to talk about next season’s open casting call this Saturday!
Authorities Monday identified three men who were killed in a helicopter crash over the weekend.
One of the few turn-of-the-century homes remaining on Venice Beach’s famed oceanfront walk has been damaged from a fire that broke out amid throngs of sunseekers.
Ashton Kutcher’s production company is suing because it isn’t being allowed to spend more time at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
An angry bargoer who faced off with Bristol Palin at Saddle Ranch bar and restaurant last year is now suing the reality TV star for defamation, according to TMZ.
Two black men are taking “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” to court with a lawsuit that claims the reality shows are blocking contestants of color from starring roles.