There’s no Thanksgiving eve Survivor this year, but there are plenty of new and returning shows to keep you company, including several new holiday reality shows.
A Wipeout contestant died, but filming will continue. TBS promised to ‘push contestants … to even greater extremes’
TBS promised its revival of Wipeout would “push contestants’ athleticism and willpower to even greater extremes” and “further challenge, and wear out, the stamina of the competitors.” One of its contestants just died after running the course.
Lindsey Vonn hosts Amazon’s reality competition The Pack, which sends dogs and their humans around the world, competing in challenges and ultimately for $750,000.
Amazing Race 32’s five-team alliance was back in full force this week, basically neutralizing an entire challenge. It may not be affecting the outcome, but it is affecting the show.
Dani Briones apologized to Ian Terry publicly yesterday for mocking his autism and claiming it was an act on the BB22 live feeds. She also apologized to him weeks ago, privately in the jury house, according to Ian.
Rainn Wilson narrates six quick trips into small competitions that take place around the world, profiling passionate and skilled people competing to be champions.
Food Network’s Candy Land, hosted by Kristin Chenoweth, is only interested in borrowing the board game as a support, over which its producers have thrown the tasteless and overused piece of fondant that is the Food Network “Wars” franchise.