A scene from the season-two finale of The Last Alaskans, plus reviews of seasons one and two of one of reality television’s best series.
Archives for May 2016
What reality TV shows should you watch this summer? Here are highlights from the 75+ reality shows coming to your television in June, July, and August.
The 20-person, all-star cast of Survivor 34, an all-returnee season that starts filming later this month in Fiji. Casting issues led to a change in theme.
An interview with Mygrations cast member Manu Toigo, who also appeared on Naked and Afraid, on which she contracted dengue fever.
The Real World season 32 will be filmed in Seattle, the second time the series has been filmed there. Here’s the house’s location and more.
Lifetime has renewed Project Runway and its spin-offs for six collective seasons, and also picked up a Shark Tank-like series, Fashion, Inc.
One month ago, Bravo announced three new shows that sounded just like Housewives shows, plus three others shows—including Tabatha Coffey’s return to the network—and renewed 11 series that are all Housewives-style. It was more of the same, which is understandable, since it works for… continue reading
Monday and Tuesday were big reality television nights, but they were rough nights in the ratings. Tuesday, two big reality competitions ended their seasons with live finales: The Voice’s viewers finally gave Christina Aguilera a win, as her team member Alisan Porter won,… continue reading
A review of season two of Discovery Channel’s The Last Alaskans, a stunning reality series you need to start watching immediately.
Will there be a Last Comic Standing season 10 or did NBC cancel it? And where should fans direct their ire over Cold Justice’s cancellation? I have answers!
Justin Walter writes about his father’s behind-the-scenes experiences on The Price is Right’s Survivor special, and his family’s shared love for the show.
When I asked what your first reality TV show was, many people responded with shows and stories. Here are a few of those memories from reality TV history.
ABC’s Shark Tank remains an entertaining reality show. But it’s time to mix up the panel of sharks more than the show currently does.
Here are a few proposals.
The prime-time broadcast networks fall 2016 schedules include fewer reality series than they did last fall, and all are returning reality shows.
A rundown of the reality TV announced during ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox, and NBC’s upfronts.
National Geographic’s new series Missing Dial follows a family’s search for their missing son in Costa Rica—and promises “the mystery will be solved.”
Watch the trailer and learn more.