I interviewed chefs who appeared on Uncharted (“I needed a lot of convincing before I said yes”) and its showrunner (“When viewers tune in to see Gordon Ramsay, they want to see something through Gordon Ramsay’s point of view”).
Archives for July 2019
James Lipton won’t host Inside the Actors Studio when it returns, but classic episodes with his interviews will re-air this summer and fall.
NBC’s songwriting competition Songland aired six of its 11 episodes and then disappeared. Where did it go, and when will it return?
Flip or Flop, Worst Cooks in America, Million Dollar Listing New York, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team, and Unexpected are among the shows returning this week.
The reality TV competition Blown Away lacks what other reality TV competitions have, for better and for worse.
All 14 episodes of Love Island will be on Pop on Saturday, starting at 9 a.m.—just like the weekend marathons of Real World on MTV in the 1990s!
Jack has again said something racist, while the Kemi, David, and Ovi talked about their experiences. Producer Allison Grodner and former player Jeff Schroeder have also each commented.
For #TBT stunt, Animal Planet is airing three full seasons and one special from Whale Wars, which is one of the best reality TV shows ever.
There are 50 hours and 41 minutes of Norwegian slow TV shows on Netflix, including salmon fishing, knitting, and the train ride that kicked off the phenomenon.
A new season of Surviving R. Kelly is in production, but with a new showrunner, and so is a new series focusing on Jeffrey Epstein’s victims.
An interview with the producers and subjects of the new Discovery Channel documentary, which follows the volunteers known as the Cajun Navy.
Among the reality TV shows premiering this week are a new series starring JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rogers, plus a series called Amazing Dogs and a 90 Day Fiance spin-off.
“There are other restaurant shows out there; they come up with a big truck, spend five days or whatever, they’re never there, they don’t care about the people, it’s TV. To me, it’s not TV, it’s somebody’s life.”
The Lego Master Builder competition series that Lego first discussed in 2014 is finally coming to American television.
On National Geographic Channel’s new show, Gordon Ramsay’s culinary adventures are drenched in complaints and condescension.