Also this week: Instant Hotel’s second season arrives on Netflix, Chopped Junior starts a new season, and the gospel competition Sunday Best returns.
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All of the shows nominated by the Television Critics Association, including Queer Eye, Surviving R. Kelly, Making It, and Nailed It.
In this brand-new competition, teams of three will all race along different routes, trying to get to the same point faster than the other teams.
Deadliest Catch creates audio after filming has completed, from the sound of waves crashing against the ship to the static on the ship’s intercom.
CBS has announced the cast of BB21, which premieres next week.
Among the shows premiering this week: The Profit: An Inside Look (the best version of The Profit), Basketball Wives, and Yellowstone Live.
A recap of the finale of Project Runway 17, which ended a wonderful season and showed off Christian Siriano’s strengths as a mentor and host.
CBS has announced its fall premiere dates, including the return of Survivor and conclusion of Big Brother.
A review of The Real World Atlanta, season 33 of the iconic MTV reality show, which premiered today on Facebook Watch.
In the latest Ask Andy, I answer questions about two summer reality competitions.
American Ninja Warrior hosts Akbar Gbajabiamila and Matt Iseman are facing off tomorrow night on Lip Sync Battle. Watch a preview.
The very first Whammy of the night was a Whammy version of Bachelor host Chris Harrison, and it only got better from there.
Each episode of Songland is different, with a new artist choosing from four songwriters’ songs—and then revising and reworking them.
Here are all the reality shows and hosts that are vying for Emmy nominations.