I published a story about the winner of Big Brother right after it aired. That spoiled the finale for some of you! So I wanted to share more about my thinking and thought process, both about this story and in general.
BB24’s winner, Taylor Hale, told the jury: “I am not a victim, I am a victor,” and she was, becoming the first Black woman to win the show in its 22-year history.
Shark Tank season 14 debuted with a live episode. It was quite a wreck, between the sharks yelling and the audience booing and all of the other unnecessary live elements. For those reasons, I’m out.
Alone: Frozen, a 50-day all-star version set in a cold climate, ended with something that’s never happened before. Hear from the winner about that.
After a summer that gave us a lot of Survivor knock-offs—from a sucky celebrity version to an embarrassing disaster, and that was just on CBS!—it is so, so wonderful to have Survivor back.
The Amazing Race 34 offered two firsts: the elimination of something that’s been around for the previous 33 seasons, and a brand-new twist.
The 12 players on Netflix’s The Mole have been revealed, as has the show’s new logo and first trailer. How does it compare to the original? Let’s discuss!
today in reality TV history
Richard Hatch, Kelly Wiglesworth, Sue Hawk, and Rudy Boesch have survived to the end of Survivor: Borneo, and their incredible final moves in this new game would become the second-most-watched TV show of the 2000s. continue reading
This collection of my Survivor Borneo recaps explores the strategy, challenges, and events of CBS's Survivor season one, which introduced us to Richard Hatch, Sue Hawk, Rudy Boesch, Kelly Wiglesworth, Gervase Peterson, Colleen Haskell, and the other players in a game that changed television forever. continue reading