Two Ellen DeGeneres-produced reality shows are returning, though with slightly new names and formats, and on a new streaming service.
Archives for September 2019
New reality and unscripted shows include Bravo’s In A Man’s World, Netflix’s Living Undocumented, and The Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Challenge (really!).
Exciting news: The new UK version of RuPaul’s Drag Race will be available in the US on Logo, a network that apparently still exists.
Rob and Sandra were on screen for almost one-fifth of the Survivor Island of the Idols premiere, though this strong cast proved their twist was unnecessary.
Jackson Michie was confronted with fragments of his behavior during the live finale, and exited the house with $500,000 and a dejected look on his face.
The season two premiere of The Masked Singer had a slightly different format, and concluded by revealing two of the masked singers.
A ludicrously extended metaphor about Survivor’s changes over time, and especially over the last few years.
Survivor, The Voice, The Masked Singer, and Shark Tank are among returning series, along with three holiday baking competitions and two specials.
The chef was first featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, and later became a regular judge on Guy’s Grocery Games, which he also competed on.
Fox’s returning competition series was all over the pre-show and telecast, which also included Kim Kardashian-West and Kendall Jenner being laughed at by the audience.
The original version of Chopped was much different, because Food Network asked the show’s creators to turn it into an insane Fox-like competition. They did.
I’d love to see an all-star Real Housewives series, perhaps combined with Road Rules.
Recaps, news, and thoughts about the Bachelor in Paradise finale, America’s Got Talent’s final performances, and Bring the Funny’s finale and first season.
A recap of the Dancing with the Stars season 28 premiere, which introduced the show’s new set and live voting, but otherwise felt unchanged.
After 21 people made it through stage two, only two actually completed stage three: Drew Drechsel and Daniel Gil, who went on to American Ninja Warrior’s stage 4 and faced off for the $1 million.