Survivor: The Australian Outback episode 4 may be best known for Michael Skupin’s pig slaughter, which is quite graphic, but it also has a Tribal Council first, and a surprising amount of strategy talk at camp.
What reality TV stars have won two or more different reality TV competitions? And will The Amazing Race creators’ new competition Race fo the Center of the Earth air in Canada?
A story from Real World San Francisco—involving Cory, Mohammed, Pedro, Sean, Pam, and Judd—is at the center of this excerpt from Amanda Ann Klein’s new book Millennials Killed the Video Star: MTV’s Transition to Reality Programming.
CuriosityStream promises “an extensive and unrivaled library of films and series that dives deep into nature, history, science, travel and every category of the factual genre.” But there are no shows about LGBTQIA+ people or issues. I asked its executives about that.
Chris Harrison is “stepping aside” as host of The Bachelor after apologizing, twice, for a horrific interview with Rachel Lindsay in which he belittled criticism of Bachelor 25 front-runner Rachael Kirkconnell’s participation in a racist event.
In this week’s reality TV premieres, Modern Marvels returns, Wendell Holland is one of three designers competing in a new show, and Will Smith hosts a look at the 14th amendment.
Nadiya Bakes is classic instructional cooking TV, like Barefoot Contessa but for baking, anchored by Great British Bake-Off winner Nadiya Hussain’s love of her craft.