The “Pro-Fit” episode of The Profit: An Inside Look was the best Inside Look yet, and not just because it included CNBC’s notes on the episode.
Archives for August 2019
The DWTS season 28 cast includes several reality TV stars, plus a few actors, singers, and athletes—and one former member of Donald Trump’s administration.
The Real Housewives of New York City’s newest addition, friend Barbara Kavovit, needs to return. The only person Bravo is allowed to cut from all future RHONY episodes is Tinsley’s mom, Dale.
VH1 just announced official renewals for RuPaul’s Drag Race season 12 and Drag Race All Stars season 5, but both shows filmed this summer so we have a pretty good idea of the queens who are competing.
Among this week’s reality TV premieres are Hyperdrive, a new Netflix competition with cars on a crazy obstacle course, and NatGeo WILD’s Kingdom of the White Wolf.
Neither Diagnosis nor Chasing the Cure are Yahoo Answers: The TV Show, thankfully, but only one is a compelling reality television show.
It’s been one year since Born this Way premiered its fourth season. Will there be a season 5? Also in this Ask Andy: How to apply for Discovery’s Naked and Afraid.
FBI and IRS investigated the Chrisley’s finances and a federal grand jury indicted them. But before that, Todd attempted damage control on Instagram.
WE tv’s Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars season 13 is coming this fall. Watch the trailer and learn which “four famously dysfunctional families” have been cast.
“We tried to bring people together across notions of family.” —Family Pictures USA host and producer Thomas Allen Harris
Adam Ruins Everything, a documentary about The Amazing Jonathan, and the return of Hip Hop Squares are among the unscripted TV premiering this week.
The UK versus US season of The Challenge will have 90-minute episodes and a new timeslot, in which it’ll air opposite Survivor and The Masked Singer.
Codie and Tommy Oliver talk about how they created and produce OWN’s hit series Black Love—and what they’ve learned about relationships.
The #JackEvictionParty was great, but let’s not pretend that Big Brother has solved its problems.
“They’re not celebrities. They’re not reality stars at all. We’re meeting people where they are.” An interview with the showrunner of TNT’s Chasing the Cure, Kim Bondy.