Teenagers are already spending more money proposing to one another than they are for the actual prom itself. Now MTV is making a show called Promposal.
Archives for January 2017
Fox has renewed So You Think You Can Dance, saving it from cancellation and also discarding last season’s casting twist, though it retains the same format.
Why are people fleeing and settling in Europe and the United States? Who are these refugees? Let’s meet a few of them—no politics, just people.
Here’s your look at the week ahead in unscripted television—reality TV, documentaries, specials, and other shows that you might want to check out. Groundhog Day Thursday is Groundhog Day, and Animal Planet will debut—and debut, and debut, and debut, and debut—a special about the tradition. A Groundhog Day Story is, according to the network’s press release: “…a first ever comprehensive… continue reading
In season 8, Shark Tank broke out of its formula and introduced a few small changes, but they’re ones that have really improved the show.
Science Channel’s MythBusters: The Search is looking for new MythBusters, but the real fun comes from something other than the competition.
CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller said Hunted would be “the next big reality hit.” Is it? Here are the ratings for the first three episodes.
Love Survivor’s brutal challenges? Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge offers little more than well-shot physical challenges, and that’s its strength.
Disqus, the commenting system reality blurred has used for almost eight years, has decided to go in a new, disappointing direction.
A brand-new Fab Five will be on Netflix’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, making over straight men in red states and trying to heal our country.
For its 11th season, Face Off will look different: not just because it’s the show’s first-ever all-star season, but because the contestants will compete in pairs all season long, affecting the way each episode is structured. Instead of weekly eliminations, as the show had for its previous 10 seasons, the show will now alternate. Tonight’s episode (Syfy, 9 p.m.) won’t… continue reading
The nominees for the 89th Academy Awards were announced today, including those nominated for feature and short documentaries.
The “Sandra” episode of Hoarders was an exceptional example of the A&E show at its absolute best. And it broke both Dr. Zasio and Matt Paxton.
Documentaries and reality TV to check out this week, including an investigation into the Slenderman stabbing and Face Off’s first all-star season.
Thoughts about the first episode of CBS’ Hunted, which wasn’t very transparent about how its game is played, and seems to have cast some questionable teams.
Hoarders airs its season, maybe series, finale on Sunday, with what will be Matt Paxton’s final episode. Why it’s “the most difficult hoard I’ve ever seen.”
Data from FX Network Research ranked all 1,267 primetime TV shows that aired in 2016. Here’s how some reality TV shows performed.
There will be no more Esquire Network on television, as NBCUniversal is shutting it down and moving its content to an online-only service.
Former Bravo executive and current celebrity Andy Cohen appeared at the Television Critics Association press tour yesterday to talk about his late-night Bravo show, which had “an official name change” and is now Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, which if you ask me sounds less like a name change and more like an ego stroke. In any… continue reading
Summer Zervos, a contestant on The Apprentice season five, sued Donald Trump today for defamation, claiming he lied when he denied sexually assaulting her.