There was a “to be continued” at the end of the episode about cell phone case company The Casery, whose founder was called “a smug prick” by Marcus Lemonis.
Big Brother 20 has unveiled its twist, though there aren’t very many details, and it kind of sounds like every other season, just with new labels.
An interview with the executive producer of Face Off, Mission Control Media’s Dwight D. Smith.
This is perhaps the strongest slate and toughest competition I’ve seen in the eight years that the Television Critics Association has recognized outstanding reality television.
Born This Way will air its fourth season in August, but A&E has compressed the season to a “four-week wedding event.”
The reboot of Queer Eye was a revelation, the best new reality series of the year. The reboot of Trading Spaces was surprisingly lifeless.
The 16 houseguests competing on Big Brother 20 were just announced, and as usual, they’re very young.