Lil Rel hosts Small Fortune, an NBC competition game show on which teams of three attempt challenging tasks on amusing, tiny little sets. Highly recommended.
Tulsa race massacre: 100 years later, these 5 documentaries explore ‘a mass atrocity … hidden from history’
Over the weekend and month, five documentaries will explore the mass destruction and murder that occurred May 31 and June 1, 1921 in the Greenwood District of Tulsa—events some of us learned about when they were depicted in the HBO series Watchmen.
Amazon will acquire MGM for $8.45 billion, including its 17,000 TV shows, which include Survivor, The Voice, Shark Tank, Vanderpump Rules, and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Orange County. But what exactly is Amazon getting with these reality TV shows?
Big Brother producers Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan’s new baking competition, Crime Scene Kitchen, has borrowed its central idea with Quibi’s Dishmantled and turned that into an excruciatingly boring hour of television that doesn’t even have fun with the title.
In this excerpt from Brian Moylan’s book The Housewives, details about how Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise is really produced, such as the “fifty-page document that literally outlines every woman, every story they have, and the direction we think they’re going to go.”
On American Idol 19, about 17 percent of the top 24 disappeared from the competition at various stages, and we only know why one of them dropped out. What happened to Arthur Gunn, Wyatt Pike, and Benson Boone?
Reality TV and documentary premieres for May 24 to 31 include a season of Hell’s Kitchen and a spin-off of Chopped with younger contestants, plus the return to HGTV of Property Brothers: Forever Home and the Friends reunion.