Mob Wives star Angela Raiola, aka Big Ang, died early this morning at age 55 from stage-four lung cancer and brain cancer. She starred in the VH1 show and two spin-offs, plus Couples Therapy.
Archives for February 2016
A bug crawling out of a bloody ear was the pinnacle of the horrors on Survivor Kaoh Rong: Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty’s episode 1, “I’m a Mental Giant.”
An interview with Alex Gibney and Kahane Cooperman, the producers of Amazon’s first unscripted series, The New Yorker Presents.
A check-in on CNBC’s The Profit and its check-ins on its businesses, which have made Marcus Lemonis’ show even better.
What do reality TV production credits mean? Do all executive producers do the same job on a reality show? What about story producers or editors?
Survivor Philippines runner-up Michael Skupin has responded to the charges against him, including possession of child pornography and racketeering.
The billionaire activist investor who went on Twitter rants about Shark Tank is back in the tank tonight, having learned a lot about the ABC reality show he once dismissed. Before going on the show, Sacca wrote a blog post about how… continue reading
Three prime-time Price is Right specials will combine three of CBS’ most valuable unscripted assets together as Survivor, Big Brother, and The Amazing Race cast members compete with fans. All three hosts—Jeff Probst, Julie Chen, and Phil Keoghan—will appear. In its announcement, CBS revealed very few details, but said… continue reading
A decade after the debut of Flavor of Love, a Bachelor-mocking competition that spun off of The Surreal Life spin-off Strange Love, VH1 is bringing the show back for a marathon. Also back for a marathon: the first seasons of its spin offs I Love New York and Rock of Love with Bret Michaels.
An interview with Brain Games host Jason Silva, who talks about the show’s appeal—and changes this season, including hour-long episodes and international locations.
60 Days is a new series on which seven innocent people are locked up to find out what happens when people stop being polite, and start getting jailed.
In this installment of The Confessional, David Bindley, who authored a guide to every Amazing Race task ever, argues against the season 28 cast of social media stars.
A review of Discovery’s Killing Fields, a series about the murder of Eugenie Boisfontaine, which is being investigated by retired detective Rodie Sanchez.
South Beach Tow’s Bernice has been hired as Miami Jackson High School in south Florida, becoming the state’s first female football team head coach. Her assistant coach, and this is real, is 2 Live Crew’s Luther Campbell, who had a VH1 reality show, Luke’s Parental Advisory.
Brief thoughts about the Survivor Kaoh Rong: Brains vs Brawn vs Beauty promo that aired during Super Bowl 50, with its great song and emphasis on medevacs.