The Voice won’t be able to air a results show next Tuesday. But it will go from the top 20 to a final 12 on Monday—by borrowing from ABC’s 2014 competition series Rising Star.
Archives for October 2016
GBBO’s Mary Berry will be back on ABC this December with The Great American Baking Show, the expanded version of The Great Holiday Baking Show. Plus: Details about the new season of The Great Christmas Light Fight.
It’s time for this month’s selection of reality TV longreads: nine curated stories about (and related to) reality television shows and stars.
In this issue: behind-the-scenes of The Challenge and Anthony Bourdain’s show, plus Kim Kardashian and a ranking of 100 reality TV couples.
There was an unexpected love connection on season four of Australia’s version of The Bachelor: two women competing for the bachelor are now a couple.
RuPaul’s Drag Race just aired its most-popular season ever, but the fan reaction to Alaska’s All Stars 2 win reveals a few major but easily fixed problems.
A recap of “The Truth Works Well,” episode six of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X, on which Michaela Bradshaw proved herself to be this season’s star.
Shockingly, the first three seasons of Married at First Sight have produced the same percentage of successful couples as The Bachelor and Bachelorette have.
Watch the trailer for Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, VH1’s crazy cooking/talk show starring Martha Stewart and Snoop.
Married at First Sight season four will be filmed in Chicago, another move for the FYI series, which has previously filmed in New York, Atlanta, and Miami.
truTV will give one lucky reality blurred reader a $200 Visa gift card and more in celebration of Impractical Jokers’ live season finale. Enter now!
The cast of the next season of Face Off has been announced, and they are all returning contestants. Face Off: All Stars will debut in January.
A review of Showtime’s The Circus, which follows Mark Halperin, John Heilemann, and Mark McKinnon on the campaign trail, and shows how the media makes news.
A review of the first Snapchat-only documentary, “We’ll Still Be Here,” produced by PBS’ POV, which is available for 24 hours on the NowThis channel.
Bravo revealed the eight returnee Top Chef cheftestants who will compete against newbies on Top Chef Charleston, which was headquartered outside the city.
Lifetime’s Project Runway: Fashion Startup may be a version of Shark Tank, but it’s one that does some things differently and succeeds as a result.
A recap of “Idol Search Party,” on which Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X tribes became three, and then turned on each other.
There’s a disturbing trend on Survivor: people of color are more likely to receive votes at early Tribal Councils. Why is this happening? Is it racism? Or something else?
The Voice coaches Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys have apparently drawn more millennials to the show than it had last spring. Plus: season 12’s coaches.
CBS has ordered a new one-hour game show based on Candy Crush, the addictive game on which people swap candies to make matches and waste time.
Cast and crew members of The Apprentice and The Celebrity Apprentice have come forward with stories about Donald Trump’s behavior on the show’s set.