This is the second summer CBS reality series produced by Mark Burnett that sounds like an NBC show.
You can download a free excerpt of Daymond’s new book from his web site.
Happy anniversary, Mister Rogers. And thank you for everything you did for me.
Reality shows that are beginning (and ending) their seasons this week. Plus: several documentaries.
An interview with executive producer Clay Newbill, who says the sharks wanted to change seats.
There’s no mention of all-stars in Fox’s season 15 announcement.
On paper, The CW’s Capture was The Hunger Games, reality TV style. Halfway through its first season, it instead seems more like Survivor with a game of tag thrown in–and the results are often pretty awesome. (The show airs Tuesdays, but because it’s on The CW, you can watch it all online.) Instead of hunting… continue reading
Home Free was a surprise last summer: a light competition with an emotional, uplifting conclusion to each episode. The show returned tonight on Fox, and the premiere of the second season was a major letdown, as the series transitioned into a more typical—and far more mediocre—competition. Last year, couples helped renovate houses for deserving families, hoping to win a house for… continue reading
Marcus Samuelsson and Darius Rucker are going undercover on Undercover Boss, but not as bosses; instead, they’ll search for talent, or something.
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