Food Network’s restaurant makeover show was cancelled in 2016, but is currently in production for a new season.
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MTV has officially announced the cast of The Challenge season 33, which has cast members from Love Island, Big Brother, American Ninja Warrior, and other shows competing against each other for $1 million.
HGTV will use its designers for 10 new episodes of the show, which originally aired on ABC from 2003 to 2012.
An interview with Temptation Island host Mark L. Walberg, in which he talks about what’s changed, how produced the show is, and how he views his role.
SYTYCD is coming back, and will air summer 2019 on Fox. Auditions begin soon.
From the Fab Five competing on Lip Sync Battle to a documentary that explores Dirty John’s past, here’s what’s ahead in unscripted TV this week.
CBS announced the 12 people who will be competing for $250,000 on Celebrity Big Brother season two.
Last Chance Kitchen brought back an eliminated player, and what happened next proved that this format is broken.
America’s Got Talent: The Champions replaced viewer votes with a panel of 50 superfans. Why? And who are they?
Project Runway has a new home and a new set to go along with it. New mentor Christian Siriano gives a tour of the workroom, and new host Karlee Kloss gives a tour of the runway.
A brief recap of Temptation Island episode one, which is now online and takes eight couples to Maui to see if dating other people will screw up their relationships.
Fox is bringing back its trashy fun summer reality competition for what will be its third season in the U.S.
Antiques Roadshow executive producer Marsha Bemko on how much appraisers are paid, how the show is filmed, and why it made a major change this season.
A preview of this week’s reality shows—almost 20 series return or premiere this week, along with the 30 that premiered last week. So much reality TV!
A definitive answer about why the Lewis Family—Ray and Cindy, and their daughters Sarah, Molly, and Emma—have been missing from The Last Alaskans.