Where other shows have found themselves trapped in the sand, the mini golf competition Holey Moley soars, thanks in part to Stephen Curry’s self-deprecation and Rob Riggle’s commentary.
Also this week: Instant Hotel’s second season arrives on Netflix, Chopped Junior starts a new season, and the gospel competition Sunday Best returns.
Emmy-winning production designer Scott Storey talks about his work on the Big Brother house, which he’s been designing since season six.
All of the shows nominated by the Television Critics Association, including Queer Eye, Surviving R. Kelly, Making It, and Nailed It.
In this brand-new competition, teams of three will all race along different routes, trying to get to the same point faster than the other teams.
Deadliest Catch creates audio after filming has completed, from the sound of waves crashing against the ship to the static on the ship’s intercom.
CBS has announced the cast of BB21, which premieres next week.