TLC has finally cancelled Counting On, the reality show following the Duggar family. It’s the show that took over from 19 Kids and Counting, the reality show following the Duggar family.
Bringing back teams for BB23’s first twist ensures Big Brother is “staying current,” executive producer Allison Grodner told an interviewer. While the idea is not new, there are changes to how it will work.
This week’s reality TV premieres include Top Chef Amateurs, a new show for Martha Stewart, and a special, Dragging the Classics, on which Drag Race and Brady Bunch stars recreate an episode of the sitcom.
The Mole’s players traveled to Spain, where both a bull and a dice-rolling challenge knocked them off their feet, while Anderson Cooper asks three players to do everyone’s laundry for $10,000. Plus: thoughts on the executions.
The all-star panel on Top Chef and the new format for Restaurant Wars are two things I’d like to see stick around even after the world returns to normal. Here are other ideas, from studio audiences to guest judges, Summer House to Below Deck.
Netflix announced a new dating reality series, Sexy Beasts, on which people go on dates while in prosthetic makeup that disguises their actual appearance. It reminds me of both NBC’s charming First Dates and Fox’s trashy Mr. Personality.
In The Mole season 1, episode 2, Steven is kidnapped by the producers and imprisoned where the Man in the Iron Mask was held, and the players have to find him. Later, they examine a Cartier watch while Anderson Cooper throws shade, and then play a game in a cornfield.