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.
A review of NBC’s wonderful new Friday night series First Dates, which is narrated by Drew Barrymore and is full of charm and delight.
High school classmates reuniting after 20 years to once again put on a production of Into the Woods in their high school auditorium, mentored by Kristen Bell and a team of Broadway talent: Why isn’t this already a full series? It was a special that aired last night on ABC called Encore, and turned out to… continue reading
Animal Planet’s new series Ocean Warriors picks up where Whale Wars left off, following not just Sea Shepherd, but others who work to save the oceans.
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