We examined the pre-match fight on social media to compare how each fighter’s profile brand performed worldwide.
Shakespeare’s Conrad is now an ambitious ‘story producer’. With an eye over all the ‘Nothing Island’ action, he seeds rumours that bloom into reality TV gold.
Reality shows now have a duty of care to their contestants
Reality shows can be a psychological minefield for both participants and fans.
Deaf people from different parts of the world can have different accents, whether they speak, sign or both.
To stick or twist? Love Island is a perfect illustration of the investment model of relationships.
Sustainable fashion collaborations show that living an eco-friendly life can be fun - here’s how popular shows can help dismantle consumerism altogether.
The beloved reality show is partnering with eBay to promote secondhand outfits instead of fast fashion.
There is little language for sex acts that aren’t going all the way, the full shebang, doing it…
A woman’s right to use fillers and have plastic surgery was a topic of discussion on the show after a male contestant alluded that he found women who used such enhancements ‘fake’.
It’s not just the drama that gets people to tune in every night
It is important that police forces and the CPS are able to recognise that coercive control and couple violence are different and require different handling.
180 years before Love Island, Chopin and Sands travelled to Mallorca to pursue their romance.
The show – and the public’s reaction – can tell us a huge amount about how ideas about love and romance have changed over the centuries.
Is ‘social influencer’ a real job? It’s all about work-life balance.
The show’s memorable bromances remind viewers that building lasting friendships is just as important as finding love.
Ordinary people have been getting their 15 minutes of fame on the small screen since the 1940s.
The popular daytime television show has been axed. Here’s how programme makers can ensure proper aftercare fro reality show participants.
Reality TV shows depicting relationships are popular, but a tolerance of abusive behaviour is also being exposed to a wide audience – including younger viewers.
A recent study found that highly narcissistic people have thicker, denser eyebrows.