PBS airs its final episode of The Great British Baking Show tonight.
Survivor seasons 39 and 40 are now casting—without casting director Lynne Spiegel Spillman, who was fired earlier this summer.
Mike “The Miz” Mizanin and Maryse will be back for 14 more episodes. Mike says to think of the show like The Office or Modern Family.
Thomas Ravenel has been accused of sexually assaulting two different women. Now he says he’s quitting the show.
Omarosa can’t be separated from the image of her created by reality TV.
A preview of reality TV premieres—and one bittersweet ending for a wonderful show.
Donald Trump used the n-word during production of The Apprentice season one, according to excerpts from Omarosa’s new book that will be released Tuesday.
Aaron Hayes writes about discovering two on-demand reality shows that made for great family viewing, and taught him something about humanity.
Two major cast changes for the long-running MTV and Bravo reality shows.
CBS is bringing Love Island, the hit British series that follows single people cavorting and hooking up in-between competing in challenges, to the United States.
I explored the difference between Food Network and Netflix food reality TV—and got some candid insight into how Food Network and Discovery networks view their reality TV programs.
Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan are producing the new CBS competition series with LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s company.
In today’s Ask Andy, when The Last Alaskans will return, what Forged in Fire does with its weapons, and why Worst Cooks in America’s make sense on The Great Food Truck Race.
ABC’s new survival series is familiar and promising, and flashes between the cast’s attempt to survive and their home lives, but it also drags.
MTV’s Are You The One returns with a new twist; Bachelor in Paradise is back; Robot Wars comes to Science Channel, and more reality TV premieres.