Survivor is still strong, in the ratings and as a format, but the show is in a deep, boring rut of its own making.
Fans of having our childhoods returned to television may be disappointed that Liza Koshy is hosting Nickelodeon’s Double Dare reboot.
CBS announced the air date for Big Brother 20, which will follow the series’ usual summer schedule.
American Idol 16 ended with the right winner and a winning finale. Except for that imposter frog pretending to be Kermit.
Bravo announced eight new series in development that suggest the network is looking to move outside of the rut it’s dug for itself for years now.
The star of Food Network’s series Ginormous Food’s argument that “straight white male” is now a racial slur resulted in people on Twitter surfacing past tweets, which included mocking references to stereotypes about black people and Asian people.
A review of ABC’s American Idol, which continually revealed itself to be more than I expected—and became worth watching again.
There are two confirmed Survivor Ghost Island relationships—Kellyn Bechtold and Bradley Kleihege, plus Sebastian “Sea Bass” Noel and Jenna Bowman—and Michael Yerger and Libby Vincek may be a third.
I was interviewed by Challenge alum Susie Meister for her podcast, and by Bachelor/ette spoiler Reality Steve for his podcast. Enjoy!
MTV has stopped production on Catfish while the reality show’s production company investigates sexual harassment and assault claims made by a former cast member.
ABC has more reality TV shows on the fall 2018 schedule than all other broadcast networks combined.
A recap of Survivor Ghost Island episode 13, on which Laurel and Donathan once again have a chance to move against Dom and Wendell. Guess what happened?
HBO says the four-part series will be “a cinematic look at the life and 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee and conviction of Adnan Syed.”
A review of Netflix’s new documentary reality series about the mysterious case of a pizza delivery man who robbed a bank and then was killed by a collar bomb.
Reporting about Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment led Lifetime and A+E Networks to cancel their agreement to air two more seasons of Project Runway.
A regular Dancing with the Stars will be joined by Dancing with the Stars Juniors.
A decade after losing the show to Lifetime, Bravo has taken it back by buying the format from the bankrupt Weinstein Company.
Ahead this week: Rose McGowan’s E! series returns, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding will be preceded by several specials, and there’s a new crafting challenge for kids.
Season two of CBS’ Celebrity Big Brother will air sometime during the 2018-2019 season.
NBC is extending its hit summer series America’s Got Talent into winter with America’s Got Talent: The Champions, a season that will bring back the best acts from the show’s 13-season life on NBC—plus acts from other Got Talent shows around the world.