Jane Lynch is the host of a reboot of the 2001 game show where contestants vote each other off between each round.
A track from Homestead Rescue star Marty Raney’s 1997 album is explicitly anti-gay and homophobic, with a chorus that includes the lyrics, “I believe in mom and dad/I don’t believe in dad and Brad.”
Bravo confirmed today that Top Chef season 18 is currently filming in Portland, Oregon, and announced that 12 all-star Top Chef contestants and winners will return to serve as judges and guests.
A TV version of Song Exploder, a documentary series about First Ladies, the return of Dr. 90210 and The Weakest Link, and other reality TV premieres for this week.
Donald Trump’s 50 percent ownership in NBC’s Apprentice franchise brought him millions of dollars, as did his fame from the show’s popularity. But he managed to “escape nearly all taxes on that fortune.”
Both HBO’s The Vow and Showtime’s Love Fraud take us along in real time, and we meet people who talk about how they were defrauded and/or dehumanized—by NXIVM and Richard Scott Smith, respectively.
Within one week, Netflix and Fox premiered similar shows—so similar, they even shared a contestant. But both have unnecessarily filler crowding out some really fun parts.