CBS announced the premiere date for Love Island USA’s second season, which will air in late spring/early summer, long before Big Brother premieres.
Archives for February 2020
The series Port Protection Alaska returns to NatGeo, rebranded as Life Below Zero: Port Protection. Meet its cast members, and see what makes it different than Life Below Zero.
Jeopardy gave an entire category to Survivor in honor of its 40th season. Here are the answers Jeff Probst gave, and the correct questions.
Among this week’s premieres are a game show version of Hot Ones, a new season of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, and a Netflix series about babies.
Two very strong episodes kicked off Survivor’s 40th season as winners went to war, though in very different ways.
Love is Blind is a new Netflix dating series that starts with fascinating interactions similar to The Circle, but then becomes a more cautionary tale.
“We’re not going to do Edge for a while. I’ve heard people. I got it,” Jeff Probst said. He also said Survivor: Winners at War “will be the best season we’ve ever done.”
The editing and filming of Food Network’s latest baking championship is incredibly clunky and atypically amateurish.
No, it’s not 2005 again, but these early reality TV shows are all premiering this week, from Survivor’s 40th season, Winners at War, to the return of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
The five Oscar-nominated documentaries, and the eventual winner, are all available to stream or watch online. And they’re also a far more diverse group of nominees than the fictional Oscar categories.
Sergio has been at the forefront of this season’s Project Runway trend: the sharper edges of people’s personalities are getting caught on the show’s fabric.
Survivor has never done clip shows well, and—while it had some great flashbacks—Survivor at 40: Greatest Moments and Players was no exception.
If you like NASCAR and/or sports documentary series that take you behind the scenes, MotorTrend has a new show for you.
Lego Masters is firmly in Will Arnett’s sardonic grip, but it’s still a dazzling display of talent, creativity, and multicolor spectacle.
Interviews with players, details about the production from The Circle’s creator, and much more.