5 episodes

Do you love reality television? Do you have an insatiable need to talk about everything that just went down on Love Island with your girlfriends? What about The Bachelor? Or Married At First Sight? This is Reality Check - the reality TV podcast that brings you the sugar and smarts in equal measure.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.0, 455 Ratings

Do you love reality television? Do you have an insatiable need to talk about everything that just went down on Love Island with your girlfriends? What about The Bachelor? Or Married At First Sight? This is Reality Check - the reality TV podcast that brings you the sugar and smarts in equal measure.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
455 Ratings

455 Ratings

Taylor778 ,

Finding their feet

This podcast has all the ingredients to be great and it keeps getting better every week. Definitely worth a listen for any Aussie reality TV junkies

rodea12 ,

Disappointing

I feel like so many shameless fans have left constructive reviews on this podcast - what is working well so far, where it could improve ect., then a shameless weekly newsletter is sent out saying that the hosts aren’t reading reviews because they’re nameless, faceless and potentially fuelled by nastiness. I would have hoped as long-time shameless listeners and fans, our opinions on the new podcast would be appreciated and trusted, but no, we are instead likened to trolls.

Perhaps it’s not a case of Imposter Syndrome and more a case of entitlement.

EmilyyyyKateeee ,

Unsure

I really wanted to give Reality Check a good chance but it is still yet to improve. The hosts seem to assume a man-hating stance where on these shows, the women are doing everything perfect and the men are inherently awful beings. Such conversations really aren’t productive for the broader feminism discourse. They both sound uninformed and disengaged. I understand there’s a lot to unpack each week with such vibrant reality TV at the moment but there really is no depth here - they sound like what they’re saying is always right when there’s no considering other perspectives or wider issues.

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