A recap of “Idol Search Party,” on which Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X tribes became three, and then turned on each other.
Archives for October 2016
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.
Deadliest Catch season 13 will not be following the crew of the Cornelia Marie, in what the Discovery Channel called “a very tough decision.”
Bravo’s Top Chef is bringing eight former contestants back to compete against eight brand-new chefs in Charleston, South Carolina.
Networks increasingly want celebrity names attached to reality shows, but LeBron James’ absence from his show Cleveland Hustles shows how pointless that is.
Logo has renewed the gay dating competition series Finding Prince Charming for a second season, and viewers will choose one of the suitors via social media.
A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s episode four, on which several players demonstrated odd strategy, and Probst was hit by a wave.
Mark Burnett has released a second statement this week about Donald Trump, this time strongly denouncing the Republican presidential nominee.
The Real World Seattle: Bad Blood will have several firsts for the franchise, including allowing its cast members to use something they’ve never had before.
The Reality TV Awards are in their fourth year of recognizing reality TV stars and shows. Their producers explain how they work and respond to criticism.
Spike’s tattoo artist competition series Ink Master has only been on the air for four years, but is airing its 100th episode tonight.
Mark Burnett and MGM have released a statement explaining, in odd terms, why they won’t release any old footage of The Apprentice and Donald Trump.