Where online to watch Andy Cohen’s new show For Real: The Story of Reality TV

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA -- "Reunion" -- Pictured: Andy Cohen -- (Photo by: Annette Brown/Bravo)
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA -- "Reunion" -- Pictured: Andy Cohen -- (Photo by: Annette Brown/Bravo) /

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Andy Cohen has been the king of reality television since he became an executive producer for The Real Housewives. As host of Watch What Happens Live, Cohen always has a slew of reality stars coming into his clubhouse to hang out. Now he has brought his reality tv prowess to more fans by creating his new show For Real: The Story of Reality TV, which premiered on E! and is available online to watch.

The seven-part docuseries will explore different eras and stars of reality TV over time. The episodes will feature famous faces like the Kardashians, the Osbournes, and many of The Real Housewives. Expect to find Kyle Richards, Kandi Burruss, Lisa Vanderpump, and Teresa Giudice talking about their experiences in the limelight.

Besides The Real Housewives franchise, this series will feature fan favorites from shows like The Bachelor. There are also exclusive behind-the-scenes moments true fans of reality TV will appreciate, like a set visit with the Kardashians, reuniting four of the original cast members of The Real World after 20 years, and a tell-all conversation between Bachelor alums.

The reality TV genre covers more than just these franchises, and the docu-series wants to explore those as well. From makeover shows to reality competitions series, this show will cover it all and expose more than fans can dream of.

The show, which premiered on E! on March 25, will be airing on Thursdays 9/8C on E! However, if you don’t have cable, you don’t need to worry because you can still watch this fantastic show. The first episode is now available on the NBC website, but if you want to catch the whole season, you can do that by either watching on Amazon Prime, Hulu + Live TV, FuboTV, or Sling TV.

Where to watch: NBC, Amazon Prime, Hulu + Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV