Christian Siriano’s sassy quips, “A Little Bit Alexis,” and the end of a great sitcom are all sparking joy for me this week.
Archives for January 2020
Disney+ is reviving The Quest for season 2, and the producers of The Amazing Race are also creating a new series, set in Europe, that involves travel and puzzles.
Jeff Probst explained why he loves the Edge of Extinction, and what he thinks of people who criticize Survivor’s twists.
A review of USA Network’s rebooted Biggest Loser, plus interviews with researchers and the show’s talent about its approach to weight loss.
Besides the Super Bowl, coming up on TV this week are Netflix’s version of Project Runway, new seasons of I Am Jazz and Miz and Mrs, and more.
CBS surprised me by airing a teaser in the middle of the Grammy Awards that said the summer reality show would be returning “this spring.”
RuPaul’s Drag Race—which is moving back to Friday nights—was called out by several former queens who competed on the VH1 show.
The Crystal Maze offers eight simple but challenging and watchable challenges per episode, connected by Adam Conover’s energy and improv.
The average age of Survivor 40’s cast makes it the oldest cast in the history of the show, though its oldest player is a quarter-century younger than Rudy was when he played.
“It’s important for people to ask more philosophical questions about society and business and how human interest and commerce intersect. It can destroy people or it can build people up.”
A review of Bravo’s new competition Spy Games, plus interviews with assessor Erroll Southers and Kinetic Content’s Eric Detwiler about the show.
This week’s unscripted TV premieres include the TV debut of The Cave, the Oscar-nominated documentary, the return of The Circus, and Netflix’s look at Gwyneth Paltrow’s empire.
What’s happening with The Amazing Race 32, which filmed in 2018? And what about future seasons? Answers from creators and executive producers, Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri.
In addition to Life Below Zero seasons 15 and 16 and a new spin-off, an old show, Port Protection Alaska, is being rebranded as Life Below Zero: Port Protection.
A recap of The Circle episodes 9 to 12, during which the final rankings took place, the players met each other, and the show dragged on longer than it should have.