02:11 PM EDT 01/28/2015
Originally posted 01/27/2015 07:00AM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4013846761001" "" "" "auto"] What is Derick Dillard – who joined the famously expansive Duggar family this past summer when he married Jill Duggar – going to be like as a father?
The season premiere of TLC's hit reality show 19 Kids & Counting – which starts its ninth season Feb. 17 at 9 p.m. on TLC – will offer viewers a little sneak peek, complete with Derick and Jill hosting a fun-filled sleepover with Jill's little sisters.
In an exclusive PEOPLE video of the season's first episode, Derick and Jill, who are expecting a baby boy this spring, play host to the youngest Duggar girls with a fondue party that also includes fingernail-painting.
Originally posted 01/22/2015 02:00PM
You might have heard it was coming. But now, it's a reality.
WE tv has released a sneak peek of its upcoming show Sex Box (adapted from a U.K. series), which is ... well ... pretty self-explanatory – participants go into a box, have sex and emerge to discuss.
Five things we learned from "the boldest show on TV":
New Kids on the Block's Jonathan Knight Admits He's 'Nervous' About Running The Amazing Race with Boyfriend
Originally posted 01/20/2015 12:00PM
Jonathan Knight has traveled the world as a member of New Kids on the Block, but he's not sure anything could prepare him for competing on The Amazing Race with his boyfriend, Harley Rodriguez.
"This is probably going to be the most time that we've been together continually," Knight tells PEOPLE about spending more than three weeks traveling with Rodriguez on the 26th installment of the CBS reality competition show. "I don't know if I am looking forward to that much time together with him. It's going to be interesting."
In fact, since meeting through a mutual friend in 2008 (when Knight was in Los Angeles working on the NKOTB reunion album and tour), the couple have come to relish their time apart.
Originally posted 01/11/2015 08:00AM
If you wanted more photos from Jessa and Ben Seewald's wedding, then you're in luck.
Originally posted 01/04/2015 02:45PM
How does one react when a gal says, "You can plow my field anytime?"
If you're Chris Soules – the latest star of ABC's The Bachelor – you blush and maybe take it with a grain of salt (or in this case, maybe wheat).
PEOPLE asked the 33-year-old farmer from Iowa to break down Monday's premiere and reveal who made the most memorable first impression.
Originally posted 12/29/2014 05:00PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "3964614551001" "" "" "auto"] Well, this is certainly one way to remain youthful looking.
On the sixth season premiere of TLC's My Strange Addiction, the cameras will focus on female maskers – men who dress in rubber suits to look like life-sized female dolls.
Originally posted 12/28/2014 09:45PM
If three's company, then four was a (very sketchy) crowd on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
"I'm optimistic," said Cynthia Bailey after former BFF NeNe Leakes asked her to drinks with Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams – without mentioning the others would be there – so each pair could sort out their issues.
Bailey didn't have reason to be sunny about the meeting following their recent disastrous attempt at a truce.
Originally posted 12/27/2014 10:00AM
Teresa Giudice is making her final moments with her family count.
Originally posted 12/17/2014 10:30PM
Although Survivor: San Juan Del Sur was an uneven entry in the long-running reality show, the season finale had its share of blindsides and backstabbing – and, ultimately, a satisfying winner.
At the beginning of the final episode, it looked as though former Miss Michigan USA Jaclyn Schulz would be the next to go – and she would have been, had perennial CBS reality star Natalie Anderson not saved her with her immunity idol.
After Schulz won the final immunity challenge, the tribe voted out likable Louisiana firefighter Keith Nale, leaving an all-female final 3. At the final tribal council, Schulz, Anderson and Texas cheerleading coach Missy Payne answered the pointed questions of the jury.
Originally posted 12/17/2014 10:00AM
There are good seasons of Survivor, and there are seasons that just never get off the ground. Survivor: San Juan Del Sur looked like it would be the latter, until a run of solid episodes near the end redeemed it.
After the first Blood Vs. Water was a critical and ratings success in 2013, the show returned to the same format this season – only to find that lightning hadn't struck twice.
Even Jeff Probst, Survivor's biggest cheerleader, acknowledges the struggle of San Juan Del Sur. "We came off of four fantastic seasons in a row: Philippines, Caramoan, the first Blood vs. Water and Cagayan, he says. "So this one just feels different, because it follows such great seasons. But it got a lot better as it went along."
But even middling seasons of Survivor can be fascinating, and the long-running CBS series remains the gold standard for competition reality shows. Here, Probst, 53, tells PEOPLE what went wrong with this season – and what went right.
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