Kris wants to make sure Rob meets someone who loves him for him,' the source added.

Rob and Chyna embarked on a whirlwind romancing in January 2016 and announced their engagement in April and pregnancy in May. reality show Rob & Chyna that documented their rocky relationship and culminated with the birth of Dream.

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Kardashian family matriarch Kris Jenner, 61, according to a report Thursday by Hollywood Life has been behind the effort to get Rob dating.'[Kris] is in talks with execs about getting Rob his own dating show called Rob’s Romance,' the article said citing In Touch Weekly.'It’s going to have a similar vibe to The Bachelor.

He’ll wine and dine some of the girls at fancy celebrity hangouts, but others will be taken to fast-food restaurants like Taco Bell and Burger King.

Melissa Hancock -- who's been featured on "Little Women: Atlanta" -- was allegedly driving the car that killed a man in a head-on crash and she's been arrested for DUI.

Virginia State Police say Hancock collided head-on with a 29-year-old male driver Saturday morning while going the wrong way on a one-way street.

Cops were called to the scene after 2 AM and arrested Hancock. Hancock's been charged with DUI/maiming and driving the wrong way.

She's reportedly being held without bail in a Virginia Beach jail.

Documentaries, television news, sports television, talk shows, and traditional game shows are not classified as reality television, even though they contain elements of the genre, such as unscripted situations and sometimes unknown participants.

Other genres that predate the reality television boom have sometimes been retroactively grouped into reality TV, including hidden camera shows such as Candid Camera (1948), talent-search shows such as The Original Amateur Hour (1948), documentary series about ordinary people such as the Up Series (1964), high-concept game shows such as The Dating Game (1965), home improvement shows such as This Old House (1979), and court shows featuring real-life cases such as The People's Court (1981).

Precedents for television that portrayed people in unscripted situations began in the late 1940s.

Queen for a Day (1945–1964) was an early example of reality-based television.

Critics have argued that reality television shows do not accurately reflect reality, in ways both implicit (participants being placed in artificial situations), and deceptive or even fraudulent, such as misleading editing, participants being coached in what to say or how to behave, storylines generated ahead of time, and scenes being staged or re-staged for the cameras.