The reality series is coming back for a seventh season after 16 years, and this year's cast features Dennis Rodman, Frankie Muniz, Stormy Daniels, and more.
"This app was clearly created by Democrats as a way to subvert our constitutional rights as conservative Americans," another one-star review read.
"The show was a mess—people couldn't walk in their shoes, and people didn't know the layout of the runway," said Molly Elizabeth Agnew.
"Avoid doing whatever they are asking," a Redditor said. "Deal with it through official channels. Screenshot everything."
Viewers are upset over the show's Mexican-themed episode, including its challenges and the hosts' jokes and costumes.
"Having my bedroom door closed saved my life. My whole apartment was engulfed in flames," one commenter said.
"The fear of being a Karen has made everyone a doormat," a viewer commented about the baffling situation.
Nearly three years after Bryant's death, director Jon Weinbach talked to Newsweek about documenting the 2008 U.S. Men's Basketball Team's road to redemption.
Prince Harry has joined forces with other public figures to accuse the U.K. tabloid of using private investigators to "place listening devices" in cars and homes.
Christine Ross tells Newsweek how the royals' fashion choice for their recent Irish visit projects their image "visually as a single, united entity."
Meghan Markle's criticism of Lucy Liu's character in Kill Bill may, however, be more complicated, an academic told Newsweek.
A new book reveals how the disgraced royal was "rude, gauche, insensitive, and wholly unaware of other people," when being interviewed in 2017.
The palace's reactionary policy for staff after the Sussexes royal exit has been called an "example of shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted."
Prince Harry played the joke during a visit to a rough neighborhood in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where it was not clear whether he was "going to get out in one piece."
A new book by Valentine Low claims that Harry took "every single thing" he did "really seriously," but the "need for fights was there the whole time."
The Duke of Sussex had "constant battles with the media" long before he met Meghan Markle, according to a new biography. A joke on a TV show sparked a furious response.
Meghan Markle sued a U.K. tabloid after ditching Queen Elizabeth II's lawyer in favor of a law firm introduced to her by Elton John, according to a new book.
A TikTok video shows Princess Charlotte and Princess Anne, her great-aunt, at different times on Buckingham Palace's balcony.
TV personality Bethenny Frankel shares her problem with "House of Hammer" and other docu-series streaming now.
No one could have predicted that a 15-year-old clip of an Orthodox Jewish boys' choir would blow up in quite the way it has.
Kevin McKidd will be back for Season 19 of "Grey's Anatomy," but whether his character Dr. Owen Hunt is back to work remains unknown.
Ellen Pompeo is taking a step back from her role as Meredith Grey in the 19th season of "Grey's Anatomy," to pursue other projects.
A "Saturday Night Live" rumor was confirmed by producer Lorne Michaels who discussed Chase and Murray's fight on the "Fly on the Wall" podcast.
Jesse Lee Soffer has portrayed Detective Jay Halstead in "Chicago P.D." since it began, but he is now bidding farewell to the character.