A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X episode 9, “Still Throwin’ Punches,” on which the Survivors ate and ate, and Taylor’s food hoard became strategy.
Archives for November 2016
The A&E series Duck Dynasty has been cancelled and will end forever next spring, after its 11th season of fictionalizing the Robertsons’ lives concludes.
Forbes has compiled a list of how much the top-earning documentary-style reality show cast members make, and the top earners are Kardshians and Jenners.
Making a Murderer subject Brendan Dassey is still in prison, despite a federal judge ordering that he should be released, because Wisconsin is appealing.
A review of National Geographic’s new series Mars, which alternates between actual documentary footage in 2016 and a fictional 2033 trip to Mars.
Deadliest Catch’s Jake Harris, brother of Cornelia Marie captain Josh Harris, was robbed and attacked, but initially declined police and medical help.
Survivor China winner Todd Herzog has relapsed, and taped an appearance on Dr. Phil to deal with his alcoholism. He’s now in rehab and needs fans’ help.
Netflix won’t have shows from Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel, DIY, or Cooking Channel next year. Here’s a list of what will be gone soon.
Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran has some surprising things to say about her entrepreneurs and the hit ABC show that made her nationally famous.
The first part of Fixer Upper, on which Chip and Joanna Gaines help people renovate their homes, is fake, as people on the show have already bought a home.
A recap Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X episode 8, “I’m the Kingpin,” on which the tribes merged, Adam targeted Will, and Hannah tried to eat Probst.
A Real World cast member and a Survivor cast member were both up for election yesterday, too, but only one was victorious.
Donald Trump is the president-elect of the United States of America, having gone from threatening to run for president to actually winning.
The Weather Channel is giving us an option to escape election coverage: a nine-hour marathon of nature and weather footage, which starts at 3 p.m. ET.
I watched and tolerated Donald Trump’s behavior on The Celebrity Apprentice and online, and on the eve of his potential presidency, I deeply regret that.