Faced with challenges, one group of Survivor winners gave up, and the other pushed through. It was a disappointing turn of events.
Archives for April 2020
We’ll have to wait even longer to see The Amazing Race season 32, which filmed in 2018, because CBS has bumped it from its summer schedule.
TBS is reviving Wipeout, and is now casting for people who want to bounce off of objects in spectacular ways.
Answers to questions about various aspects of Survivor, from its rules to its production, visiting its original location to attending the reunion.
In this edition of Ask Andy, I tackle two reader questions about the status and future of North America’s versions of Amazing Race.
Among this week’s reality TV premieres: A new Disney+ show looks at props and sets from iconic Disney things, while Robert Irvine checks in with restaurants remotely on a new Restaurant Impossible Special.
American Idol 18’s top-20 episode was filmed remotely but was surprisingly great, and set a very high bar for at-home editions of reality TV competitions.
Will any actual celebrities appear in future episodes of celebrity Drag Race, otherwise known as RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race? Spoilers ahead.
Esther Perbandt, Jonny Cota, and Sander Bos were Making the Cut’s final three. I interviewed the winner and runner-up about the judges’ decision, how the show has affected them, and much more.
A roller coaster of Tony took us on a wild ride, and made it easy to forget one of the worst ideas to make its way into Survivor.
13 deep dives into how Survivor works behind the scenes, from casting to The theme song, the rule book to Jeff Probst’s shirts.
Making the Cut was pitched as an “instantly shoppable series,” but most buyers have been unable to get any of the designers winning looks on Amazon, as they sold out almost immediately.
Also premiering this week: Celebrity Drag Race; a show with Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela; and the premiere of Jane Goodall: The Hope.
Lego Masters season 1 ended with three teams competing for the $100,000 prize, including a team that should have been eliminated in the previous episode.
Survivor spent half of its episode on a super-sized loved ones visit, leaving a lot of game play—and advantage playing—for the very end of the episode.