Chef Marcus Samuelsson will travel to immigrant communities around the United States to meet people and sample cuisine for his new series No Passport Required.
Yesterday, The Bachelor and Bachelorette producer Becky Steenhoek sued Warner Bros., Mike Fleiss’ production company, and five producers, including her supervisor, claiming she was fired last year after being retaliated against for reporting sexual harassment. Since the story broke yesterday, I’ve read the full lawsuit, published by The Hollywood Reporter and embedded below, and there are interesting facts …
Happy Halloween, and Halloween thanks to the dozen people who dropped something better than candy into my electronic bucket this month.
A segment producer who worked on JoJo Fletcher’s season of The Bachelorette has sued the show’s studio, Warner Bros.; Mike Fleiss’ production company, NZK Productions; and five producers over sexual harassment. She said she complained to a more senior producer and then was retaliated against and eventually fired.
MTV will debut a new, ridiculously titled reality series called Floribama Shore, which is intended to help the network “double down on programming that celebrates youth culture.”
A preview of reality TV shows and documentaries debuting this week, including Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, Love & Hip Hop: New York, and Total Divas.
A review of season two of ABC’s The Toy Box, which has a new format, new judges, and less Noah.