A flood took out Barramundi’s camp and swept away their rice while Colby Donaldson chowed down on his latest reward: that’s the real-life drama that consumed Survivor: The Australian Outback, episode 12.
There is some drama, suspense, and tension in The Circle season two’s first four episodes. Yet it’s also very disposable reality TV.
Colton Underwood, The Bachelor season 23 star and former football player, came out as gay this morning, saying, “I’ve ran from myself for a long time. I’ve hated myself for a long time.”
Tough As Nails ends season two but there will be four new hours of reality TV competition every Wednesday thanks to the return of Netflix’s The Circle. That’s just one of more than a dozen reality TV premieres this week.
After Survivor’s first-ever auction, which made me miss the Survivor auction even more, Jeff Probst showed up to camp to trade shelter for food on Survivor: The Australian Outback’s 11th episode, “Let’s Make a Deal.”
Tough As Nails season three will start filming just over a month after season two concludes. I’m glad it’s coming back, as it’s been a worthy replacement for Survivor this spring.
The Masked Singer’s staged bits—like Kermit’s appearance, or Nick Cannon’s reappearance—have undermined the very-important foundation that’s holding up this entire ridiculous show.