Gabe Rygaard, one of the stars of History Channel’s now-cancelled Ax Men, was killed in a car accident Sept. 16. He was not wearing a seat belt.
Archives for September 2016
The winners of reality TV-related Emmy Awards will nearly all be ignored Sunday night, during the big telecast on ABC. It’s time to change that.
A recap of Project Runway season 15’s premiere episode, “An Unconventional Launch Party,” with three highlights: champagne, creativity, and laughter.
Donald Trump made many promises on The Celebrity Apprentice to donate money to celebrity’s charities from his own pocket. He never did.
America’s Got Talent 11 was thoroughly entertaining, despite some finalists. It was helped by Simon Cowell, who brought some of Idol’s magic with him.
Married at First Sight’s Derek Schwartz and Heather Seidel got divorced mid-season, a first for MAFS. Its showrunner reveals behind-the-scenes details to reality blurred.
The hosts of The Great British Bake-Off have quit the show following its exit from the BBC over money. Will judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood also leave?
A review of Discovery Channel’s Taking Fire, which takes us into combat in Afghanistan through first-person footage. The result is stunning and brutal.
Ryan Lochte’s judging on Dancing with the Stars was interrupted by someone who yelled at and/or charged the Olympic swimmer and DWTS 23 contestant. Watch the video.
The Great British Bake-Off is moving to Channel 4 after negotiations with the BBC failed, apparently over the amount of money the network would pay.
A full list of the Emmy-winning reality TV and nonfiction television show winners, who were announced during the Creative Arts Emmy awards.
Tropical Cyclone Zena passed by Fiji on April 6 and led to the evacuation of both tribes camps and all 20 players on Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X.
Jeff Probst’s reaction was priceless.
On May 31, Laura Bretan, age 13, sang opera during the America’s Got Talent season 11 auditions, which were pre-taped.
Four days later, on June 3, Laura won Românii Au Talent, Romania’s version of the show. The prize was €120,000, or about $135,000.
Now, the winner of Romania’s Got Talent is a finalist on America’s Got Talent.
Once again, the America’s Got Talent finalists are dominated by singers—though this year, they’re young singers. And there are a few stand-out acts.
Watching BBC America’s reruns of Dragon’s Den has made one thing very clear to me: its US adaptation, Shark Tank, is the superior show. Here’s why.