Production on The Bachelor and other reality shows won’t be shut down today, but perhaps it should have been. See what you think after reading some of these horror stories.
NBC new reality show Home Sweet Home uses Wife Swap’s format but has two families swap houses to try to learn from each other. But considering what happens in the season premiere, I am not sure who this show is for.
After an episode that focused almost entirely on advantages instead of people playing the game, Survivor 41 episode 4 rebounded, giving us great moments in an episode that seemed to have been edited and produced 10 years ago, which was so very welcome.
Three nonfiction podcast recommendations, including the story of a Shark Tank and American Ninja Warrior producer whose BFF conned him, and an in-depth look at the comic strip Cathy.
The CW has revived Legends of the Hidden Temple, and I talked to executive producer Scott Stone about the reboot (and the Nickelodeon version), getting answers to all the questions I had after watching the first episode.
Survivor 41 dropped another Beware advantage, not to be confused with the advantage also called the Beware advantage, at each tribe’s camp, and the entire episode was dominated by this avalanche of producer interference.
Why does The Masked Singer season 6 have live audiences, and why aren’t they explaining that? Are Naked and Afraid participants paid? And can you help identify a 9/11-focused documentary for a fellow reader?