Actual grizzly bears—one of which appeared in Game of Thrones—will compete against actual humans in this new Discovery Channel series.
Archives for October 2019
The conversation between Jamal and Jack was not a tangent nor extraneous to Survivor’s game: this was the backbone that Survivor and CBS haven’t had for years.
Will Arnett has signed on to host Fox’s adaptation of the hit international format Lego Masters.
Australia’s cooking competition The Chef’s Line is the best cooking competition on Netflix now, while Interior Design Masters didn’t live up to its potential.
It’s 2.5 weeks before the first BravoCon, and Bravo has yet to identify the “70+ Bravolebrities who will be attending,” except Andy Cohen and Luann de Lesseps, who will perform her cabaret.
90 Day Fiance season 7, a new Hollywood Squares spin-off, and Apple TV+’s first unscripted show are among this week’s reality TV premieres.
The Gaten Matarazzo-hosted prank show is scary for all the wrong reasons, and far more tedious than terrifying.
MTV announced the cast and air date for Ex On the Beach season 4, which has relocated to the mountains of New Zealand and now has the nonsensical name of Ex On the Beach: Peak of Love.
Watching The Great British Baking Show season 10 weekly has been a delight, and so have the contestants. But the challenges are a little suspicious.
The tribes swapped, the Island of the Idols disappeared, and both reward challenges and product integration returned to Survivor.
“This ain’t The Voice, motherfuckers,” Snoop Dogg said on the premiere of Netflix’s Rhythm and Flow, which released its final three episodes today.
No white DWTS contestants have been up for elimination before last night, when two contestants with the two highest scores landed in the bottom two.
Lori Greiner has apparently opened her own Chocolate Factory and Kevin O’Leary is now a food YouTuber. Also, there was some unexpected breaking news.
A game show hosted by Jameela Jamil and featuring the Impractical Jokers; new seasons of Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant and Long Lost Family, and other reality TV premieres.
An interview with Albert Lin about his new NatGeo show, Lost Cities with Albert Lin, and how he found his way to exploring.