This week’s episode of The Four: Battle for Stardom was taped last week, so Charlie Walk will be on Thursday’s episode despite being fired after two women said he sexually harassed them at work.
Archives for January 2018
Jeff Probst calls the Survivor season 36 cast “one of the biggest group of superfans we’ve ever had.”
Exclusive: When Discovery Channel’s The Last Alaskans returns at the end of the year, Bob Harte’s death from cancer will be one of its storylines.
The Rod Serling and Leonard Nimoy-hosted paranormal series from the 1970s is coming back—again.
A review of E!’s Citizen Rose, a two-hour documentary about Rose McGowan’s activism, art, and pain.
Also debuting this week: a Netflix series following Snoop as he coaches football; animals filming themselves for PBS; and an HBO doc about the Avett Brothers.
The Celebrity Big Brother cast was announced during the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
Shark Tank’s Lori Greiner, RHONY’s Sonja Morgan, GBBO’s Paul Hollywood, and others who used the services of a company that offers fake followers to follow and retweet and make celebrities look better.
Mike Fleiss says lower ratings for the first black Bachelorette’s season “revealed something about our fans.”
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3 proved itself to be joyously entertaining, while Top Model takes itself too seriously
The Amazing Race is likely to be renewed for at least one more season that would film later this year.
All kinds of data about how hidden immunity idols have affected Survivor—and which Survivor contestants have played the most idols successfully.
Watch previews for the 10 Oscar-nominated documentaries—and watch some of the films, including on Netflix and PBS.
The boxing competition that aired on NBC and was originally hosted by Sugar Ray Leonard and Sylvester Stallone is returning to TV.
The production companies behind Staten Island Hustle say that the arrest of nine cast and crew members at airport security was a “misunderstanding.”
Highlights of reality TV show debuts and documentary specials airing this week, Jan. 22 to 28.
Five networks will air Blue Planet II on Saturday. I asked the producers how they construct human-like narratives out of footage of animals.
The group was working for Endemol Shine and “covertly filmed” a “fake explosive device” in luggage as it went through security in Newark.
A list of reality shows networks that will be coming—or coming back—to TV soon.
A review of Relative Success with Tabatha, Tabatha Coffey’s new Bravo show on which she helps struggling businesses, but it isn’t quite like her previous series—starting with the fact that she hugs someone.