The star of The Bachelorette season 16 will be announced on Good Morning America, but news is already out that Bachelor in Paradise and Bachelor Winter Games star Clare Crawley will be the new lead.
Archives for February 2020
TAR 33 started filming last weekend, but after three legs of the race, all teams are headed home because of the quickly-spreading coronavirus.
Jo Frost and a Supernanny executive producer talk about rebooting the Lifetime show, and how it’s changed from the early 2000s version.
Survivor’s third episode gave nearly all of its strategic focus to the Sele tribe, and whether or not the majority would target the alliance of Rob, Parvati, and Ethan.
Are Love is Blind’s married couple still together? How did the pod dating work? Why is everyone so attractive? An interview with the Netflix show’s creator, Chris Coelen from Kinetic Content.
Answers to questions about how ABC’s The Great American Baking Show—which is now looking for contestants for its 2020 season—is cast and filmed.
The Bachelor franchise is diversifying, looking for “active and outgoing single men and women in their golden years” for a new show. Yet the main shows still remain young, white, and straight.
Last year, Jesse James said a deal to bring back Monster Garage fell through because Discovery management was “pushing very hard to change Monster Garage into a Crappy/Cheap reality show.”
It’s a light week of reality TV premieres this last week of February, but among the shows premiering are new seasons of The Voice and Jersey Shore Family Vacation.
The Amazing Race 32 hasn’t aired yet, but TAR 33 is currently being filmed with two familiar CBS reality stars competing. Will coronavirus affect the route?
The cast of Friends will reunite, but not for a new episode or follow-up movie. Instead, they’ll just reminisce in an “unscripted special.”
For SYTYCD 17, last year’s panel of judges, except Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval, is returning, as is host Cat Deeley.
RuPaul’s Drag Race is moving again: All Stars 5 will only be on Showtime when it premieres this summer with a “special edition,” whatever that means.
For some reason, Survivor’s winners are just falling down at Rob and Parvati’s feet, instead of just voting them out.
Bethenny’s HBO Max show may be called The Big Shot with Bethenny, but it sounds just like a new version of The Apprentice.