The opening minutes of Survivor Edge of Extinction took days to plan and involved “34 different boats carrying 714 bodies over a total of 1,500 miles.”
Archives for February 2019
In this edition of The Confessional, Aiyanna Maciel writes about her appreciation for Netflix’s The Final Table—and her disappointment with its outcome.
The cable network home of scripted shows such as The Americans, American Horror Story, Atlanta, Fargo, Pose, Better Things, and Legion is developing several unscripted and documentary TV shows.
At Home with Amy Sedaris returns this week, and RHONJ’s reunion begins. Plus: a dating show with groups of identical people.
“Lord, please let there not be another twist. I can’t. I can’t. I’m broken,” said Monet X Change, perhaps speaking for many RuPaul’s Drag Race fans.
One person has five first dates on Dating Around, which gives us multiple episodes with queer people of color dating other queer people of color. That shouldn’t be remarkable, but it is.
The Jurassic Park actor traced the route of Captain James Cook.
What does a reality TV story producer do? How do you find work in reality show post-production? In this edition of The Confessional, Eric Reynolds shares his story.
Facebook’s Real World has a city, and it’s a first for the franchise: Atlanta, Georgia.
Discovery’s family of networks—including TLC, ID, and Discovery—announced four upcoming reality TV specials today.
There’s a major shake-up on America’s Got Talent, which is replacing half of its judging panel and its host.
Exclusive: A new ITV game show on which contestants compete in super-tiny little challenges appears headed to NBC.
Here’s your look at reality TV that’s premiering this week, along with a few documentaries that are also airing on TV.
National Geographic is returning to more conventional reality TV, picking up season five of a reality show that aired four seasons on NBC.
The Challenge: Final Reckoning’s finale saw Ashley hold Hunter accountable for his awful language and behavior by deciding to keep $1 million for herself.