Highlights of reality TV show debuts and documentary specials airing this week, Jan. 22 to 28.
Archives for January 2018
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.
Cat Deeley interviewed 113 people, and then interviewed them again one year later after they’d transformed their lives—or not. An interview with her about her new show.
Any headlines and stories declaring the next Real Housewives series on Bravo would be set in Nashville are not accurate, according to Andy Cohen.
An interview with The Circus and Chain of Command showrunner Scott Boggins about filming behind the scenes of the war on terror.
A preview of reality TV this week, including Tabatha Coffey’s return to Bravo and Planet Earth’s Blue Planet II.
Bobby Zarin, Jill Zarin’s husband, died from cancer today. He was 71. He appeared on The Real Housewives of New York City during its first four seasons, when Jill was a central cast member.
The Amazing Race host Phil Keoghan is the new host of National Geographic’s Explorer, and will be hosting a 20-episode season of the iconic series.
TLC defended Trading Spaces designer Carter Oosterhouse, who was accused of sexual harassment, during a press conference about the new season, which returns in April.
Facebook is again changing the news feed, and if you rely on Facebook to show you news or stories from publications and websites that you like—such as this one!—you may be affected.
The Amazing Race season 30 introduced a new type of challenge at the end of episode two, “You’re The Best French Fry Ever”: a head-to-head race.
There will soon be “a realness on E! that you haven’t seen in a while.” An interview with the executive responsible for that change.