This fall reality show 2018 schedule is a frequently updated list of premieres for broadcast, cable, and streaming reality TV shows, documentary series, game shows, and other prime-time nonfiction.
Archives for August 2018
A review of BBC Two’s Million Pound Menu, which is now on Netflix.
Gold Rush season 9 returns to the Discovery Channel this October, with one long-time cast member out of the series and another moving out from under another’s shadow.
Jeff Probst had a revelation during production of season 37: Survivor is no longer made for its fans and viewers.
In this edition of Ask Andy: Questions about Survivor’s Russell Hantz and clothing requirements for American Ninja Warrior.
Here’s your look at reality TV debuts for the week ahead—including Labor Day weekend.
Page Six’s report on The Mooch’s Table is inaccurate. Its producer said they’re “in active conversations” with networks and outlets now.
The Channel 4 version of The Great British Baking Show is coming to Netflix.
Epix’s The Contender season five is the reverse of the very first NBC season: it’s now mostly boxing, with a little bit of reality show.
The new season will air in 2019. But does anyone want another All Stars—especially just one year after All Stars 3?
Justin Johnson works with kids at his Beyond Belief Dance Company, and as a result, Dancing Queen has some similarities to Dance Moms.
AYTO’s producers want the “usual hot singles” but also “sexually fluid individuals,” and twins.
Viewers like me are crotchet hooked on this NBC knit-work television competition hosted by Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman.
The Hills: New Beginnings will have some major cast changes from the original series.
Among other debuts: The Contender returns, Buzzfeed reporters get their own show, and Zach Holmes’ Too Stupid To Die lands on MTV.