Emmys for all but one reality TV and nonfiction category were presented this weekend. Here’s who won.
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NBC has revealed that someone will win $1 million on American Ninja Warrior this Monday, though there are 21 people who’ve made it to stage three, and it could be any of them.
Three of Queer Eye’s Emmy-winning (and once again Emmy-nominated) editors discuss their process of taking raw footage of the Fab Five and turning it into episodes for Netflix.
NBC’s summer songwriting competition will return for a second season, and is now casting—and perhaps even filming season 2.
The Bravo reality star faced three years in prison and a $2,500 fine, but pled guilty to a lesser charge and received a suspended 30-day sentence.
Vivian Howard’s series A Chef’s Life ended last fall. But she’s coming back to PBS in early 2020 with a new series that has a different focus.
Survivor Diaz-Twine and Rob Mariano will teach, test, and negotiate with Survivor Island of the Idols contestants who visit them and their giant heads.
MTV’s groundbreaking and joyously queer season of AYTO has been low-rated. Will that lead MTV to follow in the fearful footsteps of The Bachelor franchise?
Ken Burns’ Country Music, Teen Mom 2, and Rachel Lindsay’s new MTV series are among more than 15 reality shows and 10 documentaries coming to TV this week.
Chris March, who made it to the finale of Project Runway season four and had his own Bravo series, Mad Fashion, was recovering from severe injuries related to a fall two years ago.
Julie Chen Moonves will return as host of Big Brother, which has been renewed, though CBS made no mention of a potential Celebrity Big Brother season 3.
Showtime’s terrific new unscripted series takes us inside a therapist’s office for weekly visits with four couples.
Carson Kressley will be one of the judges on Freeform’s Wrap Battle, a gift wrapping competition that will premiere this December.
Among this week’s premieres: Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Married to Medicine return, and the premiere of Dog: Impossible, which is like My Cat for Hell but for dogs.
This fall reality show 2019 schedule is a frequently updated list of premieres for broadcast, cable, and streaming reality TV shows, documentary series, game shows, and other prime-time nonfiction TV.