Grant’s mother and friends have created a foundation to help students have access to science, technology, engineering, arts, and math education.
Archives for October 2020
Taking Guy’s Grocery Games out of the grocery store and into chef’s homes works very well, keeping the competition light and playful while also really challenging the chefs.
The Yield hasn’t made an appearance on The Amazing Race since the all-stars season in 2007. It’s back! But where are the Detours? And where’s the actual racing?
Bravo announced that Gail Simmons will be hosting Top Chef Amateurs, and revealed other details—including all-star contestants who will appear on this amateur competition.
A story about Mark Burnett’s “string of flops” revealed the fate of Eco-Challenge Patagonia, the planned second season of the show.
Reality TV and documentary premieres for this week include a new season of The Voice; a new animal act competition series Unleashed; and reality shows about horror, relationships, and horrible relationships.
Leslie Jones is great as a fan hosting her favorite game show, Supermarket Sweep, but it’s not hitting the nostalgia button in quite the same way as other ABC game shows.
I love watching Shark Tank for its mini-infomercials about products I sometimes buy, as gifts or for myself. But one of those products has infected neighborhoods across the country: Amazon’s Ring, which was pitched on Shark Tank by Jamie Siminoff as DoorBot.
A recap of The Amazing Race 32’s premiere, “One Million Miles,” in which 11 really charming teams visited Trinidad and Tobago, and were pulled over the non-finish line mat by goats.
The Amazing Race season 32’s premiere is titled “One Million Miles” because the CBS reality competition has traveled 1 million miles during its life. But TAR 32 had its own incredible journey.
Luke Parker, aka Luke P., who was on Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette and who Mike Johnson called “a narcissistic, cantankerous misogynist,” now has to pay $120,000 to The Bachelor’s producers because he talked to the media.
More than a dozen reality shows premiere this week, including big broadcast shows like The Bachelorette and Shark Tank, plus new seasons of shows including Ghost Nation and Top Gear. And there are also 15 specials, including Halloween Wars: Legends and the documentary Driving While Black.
Netflix’s new reality show Deaf U follows students at Gallaudet University is immediately and instantly charming.
On PBS’s 50th anniversary, here are five of its reality shows worth watching, one for each decade of its life.
Cops is filming in Washington state this fall, and is still airing on Pluto, despite being cancelled by Paramount Network. What’s going on?