The, uh, rough-around-the-edges reality television show Diesel Brothers is coming under fire from a group of environmentally focused doctors in Utah, who are threatening legal action against the TV personalities because of alleged illegal modifications to diesel vehicles. You can’t see it through the internet but I’m…
This immaculate ‘32 Ford ended up bashed in, TMZ reports because its driver, American Hot Rod star Duane Mayer, got so drunk he fell out of the driver’s seat while the car was doing 25 miles an hour.
Diesel Brothers is the latest iteration of walking caricatures fed through a procedural reality-TV meat grinder. Think Fast N Loud with a little more Larry The Cable Guy. I’m ashamed to admit I enjoy watching it.
Several National Hot Rod Asscoation drag racers who appeared on the worst idea for a show ever, Street Outlaws, have been warned that their competition license may be suspended for going on the show. Problem is, several members are still booked to appear on the show and this sudden change in policy enforcement comes…
I'm generally not a fan of reality shows. Most of them are more harmful to your brain cells than chugging paint thinner. But I may actually tune in to this upcoming reality show that aims to find up-and-coming car designers — especially if you're a contestant!
Just when you thought reality TV couldn't get any dumber, SPEED decided that it would be a good idea to cast a younger, thinner version of Larry the Cable Guy to host a drag racing show.
TLC's Abby & Brittany continues to gently tease out the privates lives of the conjoined Hensel twins by showing how they have adapted to performing the most common of tasks. On one of last night's episodes, they ate Chicago deep-dish pizza (stomachaches resulted), rode a Segway (balancing issues ensued) and drove a…
We like our humor dark, but this is dark: In Iraq, a reality show puts fake bombs in celebrities' cars, then tricks them into believing they're going to prison for terrorism once they're "discovered" at security checkpoints.
J.D. Fortune, who became INXS's lead singer on a reality show, was fired and is living in his truck outside Toronto. It's probably the best way anyone has ever stopped being an INXS lead singer.