Season 36 of Survivor debuted tonight.
Archives for February 2018
Join me in thanking reality blurred’s most recent patrons—and join them in supporting the site, which you can even do just by what you already do, and without giving money!
Also: What NBC’s reality TV executive thinks of The Bachelor.
The Olympics and Celebrity Big Brother are over, but here come several big premieres, including Survivor and The Voice.
CBS’ Celebrity Big Brother has offered some wonderful surprises, starting with its cast. Expect it to return to the usual nonsense next season.
A few brief thoughts about RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars and Top Chef Colorado—two shows I love but that aren’t quite delivering on the expected level.
Amazing Race 30 finalists smashed TVs during a challenge. Some viewers might have done the same after the race’s conclusion.
A&E airs some great, authentic shows. And it also airs nonsense that pretends to be authentic.
This is the second summer CBS reality series produced by Mark Burnett that sounds like an NBC show.
Comments are back on reality blurred, thanks to Spot.im.
You can download a free excerpt of Daymond’s new book from his web site.
Happy anniversary, Mister Rogers. And thank you for everything you did for me.
Reality shows that are beginning (and ending) their seasons this week. Plus: several documentaries.
An interview with executive producer Clay Newbill, who says the sharks wanted to change seats.
There’s no mention of all-stars in Fox’s season 15 announcement.
Two hours of Drag Race will air on VH1 every Thursday night.
Love After Lockup’s ratings growth has earned it a second season, and possibly specials and a spin-off.
Top Chef season 16 will film in Louisville, Lexington, and Lake Cumberland.
No charges have been filed yet over the Jan. 25 incident, according to media reports.
There will be more robot smashing competition when BattleBots returns this spring.