Animal Planet’s new series Ocean Warriors picks up where Whale Wars left off, following not just Sea Shepherd, but others who work to save the oceans.
Archives for 2016
Because of Donald Trump’s compensation and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s behavior toward women, NBC needs to drop The New Celebrity Apprentice before it airs.
Top Chef Charleston used Boone Hall Plantation to host the first quickfire challenge, prompting criticism. And the show did do several things wrong.
Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s “Slayed the Survivor Dragon” episode was two in one, with two easy votes that cleared the field for next week’s finale.
The cast of The Bachelor season 21 was announced today, and it is a more diverse cast than usual. What will happen, and will this affect The Bachelorette?
An extended preview of Hunted, the new CBS competition that sends 18 people fleeing from experts who are tracking them using surveillance technology.
Antarctica is an abstraction: nothing but miles and miles of ice, inhabited only by sea life and the occasional expedition. That was my conception of the seventh and southernmost continent on our planet before I watched Continent 7: Antarctica (National Geographic, Tuesdays at 10), which quickly expands what Antarctica is, showing it to be a place full of life—and not just… continue reading
ITV has suspended the founders of Gurney Productions, the creator of Duck Dynasty, while they are investigated internally for fraud, according to reports.
Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After may have been so fake and phony that even Bachelor fans were annoyed, but the show performed well for its network.
A review of the Mariah’s World premiere, E!’s new documentary reality series, which follows Mariah Carey and tries too hard to be a Bravo reality show.
Paris Hilton now says she played a “ditsy” “airhead” on The Simple Life, a character assigned to her by producers. The show debuted 13 years ago today.
End-of-season thoughts about CBS’ first Big Brother: Over the Top, and why its positive changes are unlikely to carry over to next summer.
The chill of winter brings with it breaks for some TV shows, but not reality TV: More than two dozen new and returning shows will debut in December alone, with many others following in the new year.
A recap and analysis of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s 11th episode, “About the Have a Rumble,” which featured family visits and a crotch idol.
CBS has announced premiere date for The Amazing Race 29 and Survivor 34 (which will be called Survivor: Game Changers) plus the return of Undercover Boss.