Need Something to Binge-watch? Stars Spill on Their Favorite Guilty Pleasure TV
The Modern Family star knows that all guilty pleasures start with one thing: a couch. But her ideal "guilty" day doesn't stop there. "My guilty pleasure is probably a combination that involves my couch, it involves maybe Project Runway and Nilla Wafers, and that’s that," she told The Huffington Post. "I'm not that out there and on the edge, but generally my life is kind of in fast-forward and it requires so much energy that my guiltiest pleasure is when I'm lying still, watching something that requires very little thought and eating sugar."
Those of us who have spent a few hours glued to a House Hunters marathon know how addictive HGTV series can be. "I like to watch a lot of HGTV," the Orange Is the New Black star said. "I really like watching design shows about houses, like extreme homes."
Lady Mary may live in the 1920s on Downton Abbey, but when her IRL counterpart watches TV, she goes about as true to 2016 as you can get. During a visit to PEOPLE Now, she bashfully admitted that her guilty pleasure is Keeping Up with the Kardashians, to which co-star Allen Leech replied, "That's disgusting!" Hey, it's only sometimes!"
Like lots of people, the youngest Kardashian sister loves the Real Housewives franchise. But her favorite location isn't the nearby Beverly Hills or fan favorites New York or New Jersey: It's the Real Housewives of Cheshire. As in England. "Even though I don't understand a word they're saying, I still love it," she revealed on her app.
It turns out that not even Jonas is immune to the charms of Connie Britton. "I love the show Nashville," he said. "I mean that's a show that's pretty incredible."
BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD
What to do when you're on bed rest with nothing else to do? If you're Bryce Dallas Howard, you watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians. "I had never watched it, and then when I was super-pregnant I got put on bed rest and I couldn't move and I was like, 'I just want to watch the Kardashians, I never watched it before!' " she said. " 'I just really want to see what this is all about.' And I have since watched every single episode. I love it."
Thirteen seasons of Top Chef have proved that watching people make good food on TV really is addicting. No one knows this more than Snow, who told the Huffington Post: "I have watched every single episode."
The Oscar winner admitted to Interview magazine that he's been a reality junkie for a while now – way back since the days of Lauren Conrad, Speidi and Les Deux. "I'm a bit vintage. I go back to The Hills," he explained. "Occasionally Audrina or Whitney will be on a website that I shouldn't be looking at, and I'm like, 'You know, I just want to check that they're doing all right, because it's my youth.' " The years haven't dulled his reality obsession, either: His current favorite show is The Real Housewives, particularly Beverly Hills.
For Diggs, one episode of The Bachelor per week is simply not enough. The actor is loud and proud about his love for ABC's dating show, tweeting "Yup. 3 hours of The Bachelor and I loooooved it. They got me this season. Hook. Line. Sinker. Hahahahaha!" It's okay, Taye, The Bachelor gets us all in the end.
Laguna Beach cemented the Southern California locale as prime real estate for reality television – and that's thanks, in big part, to Cavallari. So is it any surprise that the former reality star loves to indulge in another O.C.-based program? Real Housewives of Orange County may be her favorite, but she admits she loves all the editions of the show.
Way back before she was giving us all #SquadGoals, Swift was still showing us how to live our best lives. In an interview with Teen Vogue, she admitted that she loved to unwind with a few episodes of 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom. Since then, she's clearly moved onto other, less guilt-inducing shows – have you seen Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson?