In its short six-week run, Syfy’s Opposite Worlds did not prove to be the opposite of Big Brother, nor even Glass House, which it strongly resembled. I’m not sure it has much of a future. Broadcasting its live finale against… continue reading
Archives for February 2014
The 10 films nominated for Best Documentary Feature (20 Feet from Stardom, The Act of Killing, Cutie and the Boxer, Dirty Wars, and The Square) and Best Documentary Short Subject (CaveDigger, Facing Fear, Karama Has No Walls, The Lady in… continue reading
Survivor Cagayan, season 28, premiered with the cast being divided into three tribes during a double-episode that had two Tribal Councils and two people voted out.
Survivor Cagayan’s hidden immunity idol that could be played after the votes were read was an idea from director Tyler Perry, according to Jeff Probst, and Perry later appearance on the live Survivor finale and reunion to discuss the twist.
More than any other series, people ask why I’m not covering Logo’s competition series RuPaul’s Drag Race. There’s undeniable passion for and commitment to this series, and the superlatives never end: it’s not just the best competition show, it’s the… continue reading
Will the brilliant parody series starring Lisa Kudrow as a new reality star Valerie Cherish return to TV? Co-creator Michael Patrick King told EW, “Lisa and I actually have had a couple of lunches lately where we’ve been missing Valerie… continue reading
The new co-host of Dancing with the Stars is 10th-season third-place finalist Erin Andrews. ABC is expected to announce that tomorrow, three days after unceremoniously firing Brooke Burke-Charvet, who was surprised to be let go. USA TODAY’s Big Lead reports… continue reading
More than two weeks of Olympic coverage conclude tonight, and there’s a lot to criticize about the decisions NBC makes when covering the Olympics, and many people loathe the non-sports parts as unnecessary filler. But I’d watch Mary Carillo’s work… continue reading
In advance of Sunday’s premiere of The Amazing Race 24, which will bring back previous teams for another all-star season, the CBS show’s host Phil Keoghan did a Reddit Ask Me Anything on Friday. While it’d be nearly impossible for… continue reading
Dancing with the Stars dumped co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet Friday, continuing to clean house prior to its 18th season and blindsiding her in the process. Burke, who joined the series in its 10th season after winning the seventh season, and whose… continue reading
The Outstanding Reality Program Emmy has split in two, becoming Outstanding Structured Reality Program and Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program. The Academy Of Television Arts and Sciences is basically acknowledging the genre’s diversification while giving the awards really awkward names. The… continue reading
CeeLo Green’s final season on The Voice was last fall’s season, as he won’t return; he’s not just taking this season off like he did last spring. Buzzfeed has already scraped together 29 GIFs of his time on the show…. continue reading
Survivor executive producer, host, and showrunner Jeff Probst is again defending Redemption Island, even though it won’t be part of this spring’s Survivor Cagayan.
J. Alexander, also known as Miss J, will return to judge America’s Next Top Model for its 21st season. He was fired two years ago along with Nigel Barker and Jay Manuel. “His name says it all. I’ve missed ‘Miss… continue reading
A new singing competition is coming to broadcast TV, and it will be produced by former American Idol executive producer Nigel Lythgoe, who was fired at the end of last season. He continues to produce and judge So You Think… continue reading