A brief review and recap of The Amazing Race season 29 premiere “We’re Coming for you, Phil,” which sent teams of strangers to Panama.
Archives for March 2017
Amazing Race host Phil Keoghan admitted that the show is on the bubble, and whether or not it returns for a season 30 depends upon Amazing Race 29 ratings.
A recap and analysis of Survivor Game Changers episode four, “Dirty Deed,” during which Sandra plotted against J.T. and Debbie railed against the world.
Episode six of Stranded with a Million Dollars, “Til Sickness Do Us Part,” saw the exit of two members of the campers’ alliance because of medical problems.
The new podcast from Serial Productions, S-Town or Shittown, is leading the iTunes charts because it tells an incredibly engaging story.
The Handmade Project will be a low-stakes friendly competition between people who handcraft things, and will be hosted by the Parks and Recreation actors.
Trading Spaces, an early reality TV hit, is coming back to television this year, though we don’t know if Paige Davis or other cast members will return.
My heart started racing when I saw three words on a PBS schedule for early May—three words that made me think instantly of some of the best unscripted drama of the 2000s. Those words: Victorian Slum House. Could it be—could this be another one of the living history, historical house shows?
Channel 4’s social experiment reality show Eden ended this month. For some reason, several U.S. publications lied to their readers about what happened.
RuPaul’s Drag Race moved to an early Friday night timeslot and a brand-new network, VH1, exposing it to a much wider audience. Here’s how the show did.
A review of the controversial, questionable podcast Missing Richard Simmons, on which Dan Taberski explores Simmons’ disappearance from public life.
Reality TV shows and televised documentaries you might want to check out this week, March 27 to April 2, 2017, including the return of The Amazing Race.
The Netflix documentary Hot Girls Wanted has inspired a new six-episode documentary reality series, Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On, which debuts in April.
Recent reality TV news and longreads from the world of unscripted entertainment, including a look at the best and worst networks to produce reality TV for.
Top Chef season 15 will be filmed in Colorado, and the show will move between cities, as it has done during previous seasons in Texas and California.
CBS today announced the renewal of 18 shows: nine dramas, six sitcoms, two newsmagazines, and one reality series: Survivor.
What happened during Tribal Council during Survivor Game Changers’ “The Tables Have Turned” episode? Whatever it was, it was the result of Probst’s twists.
In his episode five column about MTV’s Stranded with a Million Dollars, Alex Apple answers critics’ questions, addresses the rules of the game, and explains Eilish’s shorts.
With just two episodes left, I cannot see any of the people on The Partner actually becoming Marcus Lemonis’ actual partner.
Channel 4 announced the judge and hosts who will replace Mary Berry, Mel, and Sue on The Great British Bake Off, which will return to TV later this year.