Lifetime announced the return date for season 2 of Unreal, and also debuted a new web spin-off series following a season-one character.
Archives for March 2016
Why didn’t Neal give Aubry the hidden immunity idol? Did he know he would be pulled from Survivor? What happened afterwards? These answers and a lot more.
A recap of the frustrations of “It’s Merge Time,” Survivor Kaoh Rong’s seventh episode, during which the tribes merged and one player sadly left the game.
Publications that have reported on research connecting reality TV viewing to narcissism have left out some critical facts from their headlines and articles.
Shark Week 2016 dates have been announced, and the Discovery Channel also released a new and very weird trailer for the week-long event.
Cold Justice, the popular TNT reality series that had real-world consequences, has been cancelled by TNT, though another network could pick it up.
A recap of episode six of Survivor Kaoh Rong, “Play or Go Home,” on which one player played badly and went home as a result.
CBS is bringing back its two globetrotting reality competition series, renewing both Survivor and The Amazing Race for the 2016-2017 season.
A few updates—including about the status of this week’s Survivor recap—and reminders on this Friday morning.
A review of Amazon’s first unscripted series, The New Yorker Presents, a collection of wonderfully visual stories brought to life from the magazine.
A review of Gaycation, the Viceland documentary reality series on which Ellen Page and Ian Daniel talk to people around the world about being gay.
As the third season of Esquire Network’s Friday Night Tykes ends tonight, another season begins. But this time, instead of focusing on youth football in Texas, the show shifts to Pennsylvania, outside of Pittsburgh, to the Beaver County Youth Football League. Like its predecessor, Friday Night Tykes: Steel Country is a combination of well-produced, well-shot scenes of sometimes highly disturbing behavior…. continue reading
An interview with SallyAnn Salsano, executive producer of Jersey Shore, Party Down South, and the new Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition.
A cast member and producer of Showtime’s Gigolos talk about its evolution over six seasons, how the sex is filmed, and why there’s more to it than sex.
The finale dates for Survivor and The Amazing Race, plus when CBS will air the three Price is Right specials, themed to those two shows and Big Brother.
A review of the premiere of The Real World: Go Big or Go Home, MTV’s 31st season of its groundbreaking reality show, which has now become something else entirely.
A recap of episode 5 of Survivor Kaoh Rong, “The Devils We Know,” during which the tribes were shuffled and dealt a new hand in the game.
The Runner, first developed for ABC in 2000, will finally air this summer. It’s casting for a runner and teams of chasers who will try to catch that person.
Here are details about the show, which will be broadcast on Verizon’s Go90.
What can we learn from an arranged marriage between strangers that has played out in front of cameras? Before I lose you to laughter, what about this: What common elements of reality TV shows might actually benefit our romantic relationships? Yes, some reality TV models good behavior that those of us who aren’t on reality TV can… continue reading
The Bachelorette’s producers held back a Twitter revolt from its vocal audience and chose JoJo Fletcher instead of Caila Quinn as the next Bachelorette.