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Archives for February 2017
A long overdue award has been added to the Emmys by the Television Academy: casting for reality shows and competition series.
Seven new reality TV shows debut this week, and several unscripted and documentary TV specials will air, including HBO’s broadcast of Tickled.
ESPN’s five-part documentary series O.J.: Made in America won the Oscar for best documentary feature during the 89th Academy Awards.
Is Netflix’s Ultimate Beastmaster just an American Ninja Warrior knock-off, or does it have something new to offer? The answer is both.
Inside this reality check round-up: in-depth stories about Anthony Bourdain, Anna Nicole Smith, and Rachel Lindsay, plus links to news about reality TV.
Stranded with a Million Dollars contestant Alex Apple writes about episode one, “Game of Drones,” including his strategy and survival in a rainy shelter.
Hunted team David and Emiley revealed several of the show’s rules on a radio show this morning—including one ridiculous rule that benefits the production.
Survivor host and showrunner Jeff Probst reveals the behind-the-scenes conflict over the casting of Survivor Game Changers.
An interview with Rich and Marty Lagina, the stars of History’s The Curse of Oak Island, who talk about the show’s editing and their search for treasure.
The new survival competition Stranded with a Million Dollars is much more than just another drunken MTV competition or survival show knock-off. It’s great.
Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise tells the full story of Maya Angelou’s life, and it was a life that included a lot more than her memorable writing.
The seventh Big Cat Week starts on NatGeo WILD tonight, and I talked to Boone Smith about the role cuteness plays in its conservation efforts.
Stranded with a Million Dollars and The Pop Game are among six reality shows debuting this week, along with a special about parents, kids, and police.
A decade later, Planet Earth returns with its seven-episode sequel this Sunday, when its premiere airs on BBC America, AMC, and Sundance.