Statements from Love Productions and Channel 4 suggest that The Great British Bake-Off won’t change, even though Mary, Sue, and Mel quit. Why they’re wrong.
For a Survivor premiere, Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X had just about everything: choices, alliances, idol searches, a brand-new twist, miserable weather, beautiful cinematography capturing the miserable weather, a mass evacuation, paranoia, bros, puzzle failure, and an unexplained vote.
For an episode titled “May the Best Generation Win,” it had plenty of generation-defining generalizations. By the time the challenge rolled around, host and showrunner Jeff Probst was already body-shaming the Gen X tribe as a bunch of fat asses who couldn’t fit through part of a challenge, an obstacle through which the millennials’ lithe bodies just slipped through.
The worst-case scenario for The Great British Bake-Off has occurred: its beloved, cheeky judge Mary Berry has quit the show.
CBS revealed new details about Big Brother: Over the Top, the CBS All Access season that starts next week, and BB:OTT’s unprecedented interactivity.
The Sept. 22 episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, “Revenge Of The Queens,” will not be simulcast on VH1, like all other episodes have been—and will be.
PBS’ The Contenders: 16 for ’16 tells the stories of 16 presidential hopefuls, three of whom became president, and many of whom shared similar traits.
A review of CBS’ now two-part, four-hour The Case Of: JonBenét Ramsey, which tries very very hard as it presents old and new evidence about her murder.