Netflix’s School of Chocolate and The CW’s Great Chocolate Showdown (a Canadian show) are both competitions with chocolate at their center, but one is average while the other mostly excels.
Lisa Ling’s newest show, HBO Max’s Take Out with Lisa Ling, does more than just explore the stories of people who run Asian restaurants. It tells the stories of communities that have made contributions to cuisine and culture in the United States.
A new method for pit stop departures was revealed on The Amazing Race 33 episode 5, which also featured the return of the Travelocity gnome.
CBS announced the cast of Celebrity Big Brother 3 during The Amazing Race, and the 11 “celebrity” houseguests are, as is to now be expected, mostly people we know from reality TV shows.
How do I choose what to recap? Plus: Naked and Afraid casting, and Real Housewives of Melbourne streaming
In this Ask Andy, I answer questions about The Real Housewives of Melbourne, Naked and Afraid, and Big Brother UK—which leads to a discussion of how and why I recap certain shows but not others.
Bravo announced Top Chef Houston’s cast, all-star judges, and guest judges, plus its air date and other details. But the exciting news is that Peacock’s Top Chef Family Style is coming to Bravo.
March, which is on The CW right now, follows a marching band at an HBCU that knows how to put on a great show. The show has compelling characters, but is not yet up to the standard Cheer or Last Chance U have set.