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Winter 2024 reality TV schedule and guide

Winter 2024 reality TV schedule and guide
As snow drifts down this winter, so will new reality TV shows on broadcast, cable, and streaming (Photo by target="_blank">Ainārs Cekuls/Unsplash)

The end of 2023 and the dawn of 2024 will bring holidays, cold weather, and quite a few new reality TV show seasons, from The Traitors to The Bachelor.

The new year will also give us gifts such as 90-minute episodes of Survivor and The Amazing Race, plus new competitions (such as Deal or No Deal Island) and plenty of drama (Vanderpump Rules).

This guide includes premiere dates for all reality show and documentary series premieres on broadcast, streaming, and cable TV in the United States this spring and beyond. Times listed are in ET/PT.

For any reality shows that premiered before Dec. 1, 2023, and are continuing to air this winter—such as Squid Game: The Challenge, High on the Hog, The Great Christmas Light Fight, or Life Below Zero—refer to the fall 2023 reality TV schedule.

I also maintain a separate guide for feature documentaries and one-off reality TV specials: the winter 2024 documentary premiere guide.

Program descriptions in quotation marks indicate that the text has come from network press releases, the show’s website, or other official materials. Other summaries are from me, and may include snark.

I frequently update this list throughout the quarter, and work hard to ensure this a comprehensive list of reality TV and documentary series premieres. That’s increasingly challenging now as schedules change frequently and some networks have stopped publicly announcing returning seasons.

So if you have any updates, additions, or corrections, please send them to me. Thank you!

Winter 2023-24 reality TV premieres


December | January | February


December 2023

  • The World According to Football (Showtime, Dec. 1, Fridays at 8). “focuses on a different country in each episode — Brazil, US, UK, France, and Qatar — and how soccer teams and fans in that country face global issues through the sport”
  • Life After Lockup (WE tv, Dec. 1, Fridays at 9). “follows nine former inmates and their significant others as they navigate their journey in the outside world and attempt to avoid the risks of returning to lifestyles that would violate their parole”
  • The UnBelievable with Dan Aykroyd (History Channel, Dec. 1, Fridays at 10). “Brace yourself for the strangest-but-true stories in human history”
  • Fatal Family Feuds (Oxygen, Dec. 2, Saturdays at 9). “investigations of gut wrenching homicides committed when smoldering feuds between and within families burst into flames”

Week of Dec. 3, 2023

  • Real Time Crime (ID, Dec. 5, Tuesdays at 9). “surveillance cameras, tracking systems and gunshot detectors to solve crimes and bring criminals to justice”
  • Life Below Zero: First Alaskans (National Geographic, Dec. 5, Tuesdays at 10). “dives deep into the ever-changing environment of Alaska through the eyes of the Indigenous Peoples, and shows the relationship they each have with their land, their ancestors and each other”
  • Hollywood Houselift with Jeff Lewis (Amazon Freevee, Dec. 6). Jeff “Lewis will balance parenting, dating, and a home renovation of his own, while” redecorating celebrity homes
  • Coach Prime (Amazon Prime Video, Dec. 7). “transports fans inside the locker room and onto the field of Deion ‘Coach Prime’ Sanders’ Colorado University (CU) football program for the 2023 season”
  • Southern Hospitality (Bravo, Dec. 7, Thursdays at 9). “restaurateur Leva Bonaparte and her dynamic staff of Mia Alario, Joe Bradley, Bradley Carter, TJ Dinch, Will Kulp, Grace Lilly, Maddi Reese, Emmy Sharrett, Mikel Simmons and Lucía Peña return,” with new server Oisin O’Neill
  • The Great British Baking Show: Holidays (Netflix, Dec. 8). Season 6; “judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood as bakers gather for festive fun in the tent and a chance to win the coveted cake stand”

Week of Dec. 10, 2023

  • Science Fair: The Series (National Geographic, Dec. 10, Sundays at 10). “showcases students working to solve the world’s most complex and pressing issues using science while competing for a coveted spot at the International Science and Engineering Fair”
  • Big Brother Reindeer Games (CBS, Dec. 11 and 12 at 9, Dec. 14 at 8, Dec. 18 and 19 at 9, and Dec. 21 at 8). Derek Xiao, Jordan Lloyd, and Tiffany Mitchell guide nine returnees “through the most holiday-riffic, challenging and unpredictable competitions” for $100,000
  • Under Pressure: The U.S. Women’s World Cup Team (Netflix, Dec. 12). “follows the U.S. Women’s National Team’s players and coaches … as they strive to capture their third World Cup title in a row”
  • Single’s Inferno (Netflix, Dec. 12). Season 3 of the Korean series on which “singles embark on a journey of love on a remote island — navigating drama, passion and everything in between”
  • Born in Synanon (Paramount+, Dec. 12). “focuses on 49-year-old Cassidy Arkin, who was born into Synanon in 1974, the year that the successful drug-and-alcohol treatment program began to descend into extreme control”
  • 1000-Lb Sisters (TLC, Dec. 12, Tuesdays at 9). “Amy and Tammy navigate big changes in their personal lives”
  • Smothered (TLC, Dec. 12, Tuesdays at 10). Follows “four new, two returning and one first time ever mother/son in law pairing”
  • Dubai Bling (Netflix, Dec. 13). “a high-flying social circle in Dubai, where lavish parties, stunning skylines and jaw-dropping fashion are the norm”
  • Car Masters: Rust to Riches (Netflix, Dec. 13). “New faces join the Gotham Garage gang as they prepare to bring their business to the next level”
  • The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Legacy (Peacock, Dec. 14, Thursdays). “Kelly Killoren Bensimon, Luann de Lesseps, Dorinda Medley, Sonja Morgan, Ramona Singer and Kristen Taekman … jet off to beautiful St. Barths” to fight for our entertainment
  • Love After Lockup: Innocent After Lockup (WE tv, Dec. 15, Fridays at 10:30). “follows exonerees falsely accused and convicted of crimes they did not commit”

Week of Dec. 17, 2023

  • Christmas Wars (A&E, Dec. 19, Tuesdays at 9). “gives viewers the gift of seeing the human behavior that will secure a place on Santa’s naughty list”
  • BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star (Disney+, Dec. 20, Wednesdays). follows “the band’s 10-year career, highlighting their highs and lows” with “interviews, performances and behind-the-scenes moments with RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook”
  • Court Cam (A&E, Dec. 20, Wednesdays at 9). “the most wild, unrulhy and dramatic moments caught on tape in courtrooms”

Week of Dec. 24, 2023

  • Superchef Grudge Match (Food Network, Dec. 26, Tuesdays at 9). “Darnell Ferguson invites chefs from all across America to settle personal and professional disputes with their foes in a one round, one dish, winner-takes-all heavyweight battle”
  • Building Outside the Lines (Magnolia Network, Dec. 26, Tuesdays at 8). “follows out-of-the-box designer and builder Jared “Cappie” Capp and his daughter, Alex, as they transform ordinary, pre-existing structures into one-of-a-kind fantasy retreats”
  • Why the Heck Did I Buy This House? (HGTV, Dec. 26, Tuesdays at 9). “Former CBS Survivor winner Kim Wolfe will rescue San Antonio-area homeowners suffering from major buyer’s remorse”
  • American Pickers (History Channel, Dec. 27, Wednesdays at 9). “follows the team as they scour the country for hidden gems in junkyards, basements, garages and barns, meeting quirky characters and hearing their amazing stories”
  • Married to Real Estate (HGTV, Dec. 28, Thursdays at 9). “Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson will help more Atlanta families buy houses with potential and transform them into breathtaking dream homes”
  • Restoring Galveston: The Inn (Discovery+, Dec. 29). Michael and Ashley Cordray “restore a 1912 boarding house, adding custom elements along the way to transform it into a boutique hotel”
  • I Am (The CW, Dec. 30, Saturdays at 8). The Spike and Paramount documentary series comes to The CW, with episodes focused on Paul Walker, Chris Farley, Martin Luther King Jr., and others.
  • First-Time Buyer’s Club (OWN, Dec. 30, Saturdays at 9). Realtor Amina Stevens “aims to educate and inspire … as she guides her clients through every stage of the home-buying journey”

Week of Dec. 31, 2023

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January 2024

  • Kids Baking Championship (Food Network, Jan. 1, Mondays at 8). “Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman welcome a dozen kid bakers to take on baking challenges inspired by the best parts of the school year”
  • Celebrity IOU (HGTV, Jan. 1, Mondays at 8). Drew and Jonathan Scott help celebrities express “thanks for special friends and mentors by surprising them with stunning home renovations”
  • America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League (NBC, Jan. 1, Mondays at 8). “brings together winners, finalists, viral sensations and fan favorites from America’s Got Talent and Got Talent franchises around the world”
  • Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (PBS, Jan. 2, Tuesdays at 8). “18 celebrities are joined by 3 non-celebrity guests,” who “learn about their family’s past”
  • Celebrity Name That Tune (Fox, Jan. 2, Tuesdays at 8). “games that will test the musical knowledge of athletes, musicians, actors, TV personalities, comedians and Olympians all playing for their favorite charities”
  • Moonshiners (Discovery Channel, Jan. 2, Tuesdays at 8). “As old guard shiners consolidate power, savvy innovators develop new techniques and recipes to pocket a season of tax-free profits”
  • The Floor (Fox, Jan. 2, Tuesdays at 9). “a spectacular battle of the brains in which 81 contestants stand on 81 squares on a massive game show floor, competing for a whopping $250,000”
  • I Can See Your Voice (Fox, Jan. 3, Wednesdays at 8). Ken Jeong hosts as “celebrity detectives to help one contestant tell the difference between good and bad singers…without ever hearing them sing”
  • We Are Family (Fox, Jan. 3, Wednesdays at 9). Anthony Anderson and Doris Bowman host as audience contestants watch “non-famous relatives of celebrities performing duets with their hidden famous family member”
  • Daughters of the Cult (Hulu, Jan. 4). A “deep-dive into the history of a splinter group of Mormon fundamentalist cult members who perpetrate a deadly wave of violence and abuse for decade”
  • The Power of Film (TCM, Jan. 4, Thursdays at 8). “combines footage from some of the most acclaimed and beloved movies of all time along with [Howard] Suber’s own thoughts on why these films had such cultural and emotional impact”
  • Swamp People (History, Jan. 4, Thursdays at 8). “The gator hunters of Louisiana must compete to ‘tag out’ before the season ends”
  • Swamp Mysteries (History, Jan. 4, Thursdays at 9:30). “Troy Landry’s wild chase to help save America from mysterious creatures”
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race (MTV, Jan. 5, Fridays at 8). Season 16 has “14 dazzling new queens … compete for the title of ‘America’s Next Drag Superstar’ and a cash prize of $200,000”
  • Ancient Aliens (History, Jan. 5, Fridays at 9). “Theorists believe that thousands of years ago, extraterrestrials landed on Earth.” That’s total bullshit, but some people enjoy this show anyway!
  • Beachfront Bargain Hunt Renovation (Magnolia Network, Jan. 5, Fridays at 9). “Families who achieved their dreams of buying an affordable vacation home are now tasked with the tough job of turning it into the relaxing oasis they envisioned when they purchased it”
  • The Incredible Dr. Pol (NatGeo Wild, Jan. 6, Saturdays at 9). “With the clinic as busy as ever, the team gets some relief when a new vet joins Pol Vet”
  • The Incredible Pol Farm (NatGeo Wild, Jan. 6, Saturdays at 10). “the Pol family’s three generations are all joining forces to grow their animal loving empire and take on an ambitious new project: transforming 350-acres of undeveloped land into a fully functional family farm”

Week of Jan. 7, 2024

  • Worst Cooks in America: Spoiled Rotten (Food Network, Jan. 7, Sundays at 8). “Chef Tiffany Derry joins Chef Anne Burrell to lead culinary boot camp and help pampered competitors trade in their silver spoons for spatulas”
  • Home Town (HGTV, Jan. 7, Sundays at 8). Erin and Ben Napier “bring new life to outdated homes and historical locations in their small town of Laurel, Mississippi”
  • Air Disasters (Smithsonian Channel, Jan. 7, Sundays at 8). “History’s most terrifying air disasters and the investigations that followed are revisited and reexamined”
  • Extreme Airport Africa (Smithsonian Channel, Jan. 7, Sundays at 9). “the world of high-octane, high-risk bush flying, where pilots brave rough runways, wildfires, and wild animals”
  • Antiques Roadshow (PBS, Jan. 8, Mondays at 8). “an all-new season full of treasures from five cities across the country, including a first-ever visit to Anchorage, Alaska”
  • Hoarders (A&E, Jan. 8, Mondays at 8). “Individuals struggling with hoarding work with experts to reclaim their lives”
  • 90 Day Diaries (TLC, Jan. 8, Mondays at 9). “An intimate look into the lives of our couples told from their perspective”
  • Cash Cab Music (AXS TV, Jan. 8, Mondays at 10). “host Adam Growe gives unsuspecting passengers the chance to win cash prizes by answering challenging questions spanning across the rich history of music”
  • Secrets of Polygamy (A&E, Jan. 8, Mondays at 10). “delves into the worlds of extreme polygamist groups and explores how” leaders “shaped communities where claims of abuse, incest and fraud have become common”
  • Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta (MTV, Jan. 9, Tuesdays at 8). “Rap superstar Saucy Santana joins the series alongside cast members Amy Luciani, Bambi, Erica Banks, Erica Dixon, Jessica White, Karlie Redd, Kendra Robinson, Khaotic, Kirk Frost, Mazi G, Mendeecees, Momma Dee, Rasheeda, Renni Rucci, Scrappy, Shekinah Jo, Sierra Gates, Spice, Yandy, Yung Joc, and ZellSwag”
  • My True Crime Story (VH1, Jan. 9, Tuesdays at 8). “Rapper Remy Ma narrates this docuseries about people who became entangled in harrowing criminal situations and are now ready to share their stories with the world”
  • Caught in the Act: Unfaithful (MTV, Jan. 9, Tuesdays at 9). Tami Roman hosts as a “suspicious lover can choose to team up with their partner’s other lover or take them both down in an undercover ambush”
  • Big Little Brawlers (Discovery Channel, Jan. 9, Tuesdays at 10). “follows athletes in the Micro Wrestling Federation, one of the most successful little person wrestling leagues in the world”
  • Break Point (Netflix, Jan. 10). “The world’s top tennis players return to the courts and set their sights on glory once again during another grueling Grand Slam season”
  • The Trust: A Game of Greed (Netflix, Jan. 10, Wednesdays). “Eleven strangers are given a quarter of a million dollars to split evenly. Will they take their fair share? Or will the allure of more money cause them to vote each other out to keep more for themselves?”
  • Nature: Big Little Journeys (PBS, Jan. 10, Wednesdays at 8). “Small animals, even tiny ones, must sometimes make epic journeys to find a home or a mate. … Meet six heroic, tiny travelers risking it all to complete big journeys against the odds.”
  • Prison Brides (Lifetime, Jan. 10, Wednesdays at 9:30). “follows seven women from around the world who believe they have found their soulmates in the most unexpected of places, American prisons”
  • In the Machine: Ashley Freiberg (MATV, Jan. 11, Thursdays at 8). follows Ashley Freiberg, “a racer, factory driving instructor, part-time real estate agent, and newlywed” who is “chasing her dreams of a championship with the MDK team”
  • Taking the Stand (A&E, Jan. 11, Thursdays at 9). “The story of a crime from the lens of the accused as they take the witness stand”
  • Undercover: Caught on Tape (A&E, Jan. 11, Thursdays at 10). “a first-hand account of dangerous criminal investigations from those closest to the action—the undercover agents themselves”
  • Top Class: The Life and Times of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers (Freevee, Jan. 12). “Coming off a disappointing end to their last season, the new season follows the Trailblazers back at work”
  • The Traitors (Peacock, Jan. 12, then Thursdays at 9). Season two will feature an all-celebrity cast competing in one of last year’s best shows.
  • Love is Blind: Sweden (Netflix, Jan. 12, Fridays). “local singles seek true love and propose marriage — all before seeing each other in person”

Week of Jan. 14, 2024

  • Legacy List with Matt Paxton (PBS and streaming, Jan. 15). Matt Paxton, Jaime Ebanks, Avi Hopkins, and Mike Kelleher “help [people] sort through a house full of memories”
  • Life Below Zero: Next Generation (National Geographic, Jan. 16, Tuesdays at 9). “The next generation breaks boundaries in the backcountry as dark winter arrives”
  • Moonshiners: Master Distiller (Discovery Channel, Jan. 16, Tuesdays at 9). “Judges Mark, Digger and Tim raise the bar on real-world challenges to test America’s top legal and outlaw distillers”
  • Trafficked with Mariana Van Zeller (National Geographic, Jan. 17, Wednesdays at 9). “takes viewers on an investigative journey, exposing the inner workings of the most dangerous shadow markets, criminal organizations and trafficking networks around the world”
  • There’s a Catch (OFTV, Jan. 18). “follows six OnlyFans creators as they embark on a fun-fuelled trip to Mallorca” where, “to maintain their luxe island way of life, they’ll have to earn their keep by working on traditional Mallorcan fishing boats”
  • On the Roam (Max, Jan. 18, Thursdays). Jason Momoa “travels the country chasing art, adventure, and friendship through the lens of craftsmanship”
  • Love on the Spectrum U.S. (Netflix, Jan. 19). “Single people with autism — including new romantic hopefuls and familiar faces — search for the perfect partner”
  • Hustlers Gamblers Crooks (Discovery Channel, Jan. 19, Fridays at 9). “true stories of high-stakes hustlers, gamblers, and crooks told by those who lived them”

Week of Jan. 21, 2024

  • Love & Translation (TLC, Jan. 21, Sundays at 10). “three American bachelors travel to paradise where they will be joined by twelve women from nine different countries, who don’t speak any English”
  • Judy Justice (Amazon Freevee, Jan. 22, weekdays). Judge Judy Sheindlin yells at more people
  • Superhot: The Spicy World of Pepper People (Hulu, Jan. 22). “goes deep into a subculture fueled by spice: from the elite growers who strive to create new superhots to the chili eaters who chase the endorphin rush of consuming them”
  • The Bachelor (ABC, Jan. 22, Mondays at 8). “Joey Graziadei begins his journey to find love”
  • Battle on the Mountain (HGTV, Jan. 22, Mondays at 9). Rico León, Kim Myles, and Kim Wolfe coach three teams who “upgrade similar mountainside homes”
  • The Impact New York (VH1, Jan. 22, Mondays at 9). “an inside look into the dynamic lives of New York’s top influencers in business, music, beauty, and fashion”
  • America’s Most Wanted (Fox, Jan. 22, Mondays at 9). “a team of experts representing law enforcement units” are “breaking down some of the toughest cases” and asking for viewers’ help
  • Death By Fame (ID, Jan. 22, Mondays at 9). “true stories behind the rise, fall and murder of some of Hollywood’s most promising stars”
  • The Playboy Murders (ID, Jan. 22, Mondays at 10). “the shocking intersection of murder and mystery within the world of the popular adult men’s magazine”
  • Six Nations: Full Contact (Netflix, Jan. 24). “Round by round, match by match, the best teams in Europe battle it out to take home the trophy in the 2023 Six Nations Championship”
  • Queer Eye (Netflix, Jan. 24). “The Fab Five return to the city of New Orleans to jazz up the lives of their heroes — one emotional makeover at a time”
  • Let’s Make a Deal (CBS, Jan. 24, Wednesdays at 9). “Audience members dress up in outlandish costumes to get host Wayne Brady’s attention in an attempt to make deals for prizes or cash”
  • Chrissy & Dave Dine Out (Freeform, Jan. 24, Wednesdays at 10). Chrissy Teigen, David Chang, and Joel Kim Booster “take viewers to must-try restaurants in Los Angeles that are unexpected”
  • A Real Bug’s Life (Disney+, Jan. 24). explores “nine different micro bug worlds around the globe, where the forces of nature play out on a miniature scale”; Awkwafina narrates
  • Theresa Caputo: Raising Spirits (Lifetime, Jan. 25, Thursdays at 9). Lifetime says Theresa will be “leaving all stunned, hopeful and at peace,” but she just leaves me stunned at what bullshit this is

Week of Jan. 28, 2024

  • Next Level Chef (Fox, Jan. 28 at 10, then Thursdays at 8). Gordon Ramsay, Nyesha Arrington, Richard Blais, and the three-story kitchen return
  • Love Island: All Stars (Peacock, Jan. 29, daily). “follows legendary UK Islanders as they venture back into the villa for a second chance at finding love”
  • Vanderpump Rules (Bravo, Jan. 30, Tuesdays at 8). “Returning for season 11 are Lisa Vanderpump, Ariana Madix, James Kennedy, Katie Maloney, Lala Kent, Scheana Shay, Tom Sandoval, and Tom Schwartz. James’ girlfriend, Ally Lewber, and Scheana’s husband, Brock Davies, return as well”
  • Choir (Disney+, Jan. 31). “follows the kids of the Detroit Youth Choir” after “their 2019 appearance on America’s Got Talent … a pivotal time for the choir and its director, Anthony White”

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February 2024

  • Chasing Flavor (Max, Feb. 1). “Carla Hall takes viewers on a global adventure to explore the unexpected roots of popular dishes within today’s American food culture”
  • Statute of Limitations (FilmRise, Feb. 1). “explores non-violent crimes as told by the real, everyday people who committed them”
  • Farmer Wants a Wife (Fox, Feb. 1, Thursdays at 9). Jennifer Nettles hosts as “four new farmers [go] in search of real, lasting love”
  • Love & WWE: Bianca & Montez (Hulu, Feb. 2). “Bianca Belair and Montez Ford’s road to WrestleMania is a wild ride, as Montez continues his ascent and Bianca fights to hold on to her title”

Week of Feb. 4, 2024

  • Drag Race España: All Stars (WOW Presents Plus, Feb. 4, Sundays). “Supremme de Luxe returns as host, joined by returning judges Javier Calvo, Javier Ambrossi, and Ana Locking” with “nine fierce, Spanish queens competing for the title of Spain’s ultimate Drag Superstar”
  • Below Deck (Bravo, Feb. 5, Mondays at 9). “Capt. Kerry Titheradge crosses over from “Below Deck Adventure” to helm M/Y St. David” with “Chief Stew Fraser Olender and lead deckhand Ben Willoughby”
  • Chopped: Spin It to Win It (Food Network, Feb. 6, Tuesdays at 10). “a wheel of chance determines which of the sixteen chefs will compete, how big the tournament jackpot will go and what randomly selected ingredients will be added to each challenge”
  • Love Never Lies Poland (Netflix, Feb. 7). Part two of the show where couples’ “truthfulness is tested by a modern lie detector” and “lose money for every lie, while telling the truth adds to the total cash prize”
  • Tournament of Champions: The Qualifiers (Food Network, Feb. 7, Wednesdays at 8). “16 chefs go head-to-head to win four coveted 8th seed slots in the tournament bracket” of TOC season five
  • In with the Old (Feb. 7, Magnolia Network, Wednesdays at 8). “Old-home enthusiasts transform abandoned structures across America”
  • Expedition X (Discovery Channel, Feb. 7, Wednesdays at 9). “Phil and Jess head out on bigger and crazier adventures in their quest to explain the unexplained”
  • Judge Steve Harvey (ABC, Feb. 7, Wednesdays at 10). “Real-life people with real-life conflicts will present their case in his courtroom” where “Steve Harvey serves as the judge, jury and star”
  • Couple to Throuple (Peacock, Feb. 8). “follows four curious couples through the world of polyamory as they experiment with bringing a third partner into their relationship”
  • Jersey Shore Family Vacation (MTV, Feb. 8, Thursdays at 8). “Following last season’s shocking return of OG fan favorite Sammi ‘Sweetheart’ Giancola, the infamous exes will finally reunite when Ronnie Ortiz-Magro joins the Shore family trip in Nashville”
  • I Wasn’t Expecting a Baby! (Lifetime, Feb. 8, Thursdays at 10). “the unbelievable true stories of women who were completely unaware they were pregnant…until they are just about to give birth!”
  • Impractical Jokers (truTV, Feb. 8, Thursdays at 10). “outrageous hidden camera hijinks series starring comedy trio Brian ‘Q’ Quinn, James ‘Murr’ Murray and Sal Vulcano”
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Versus The World (WOW Presents Plus, Feb. 9, Fridays). “Arantxa Castilla-La Mancha, Choriza May, Gothy Kendoll, Hannah Conda, Jonbers Blonde, Keta Minaj, La Grande Dame, Marina Summers, Mayhem Miller, Scarlet Envy, and Tia Kofi” compete again
  • Mama June: Family Crisis (WE tv, Feb. 9, Fridays at 9). “The family faces their biggest challenges and triumphs yet as Alana crosses the graduation stage; Mama continues to conquer her past mistakes and Pumpkin does everything in her power to keep it all together”

Week of Feb. 11, 2024

  • Stupid Pet Tricks (TBS, Sunday, Feb. 11, at 5, then Mondays at 9). Sarah Silverman hosts this “reimagining of the iconic David Letterman segment” with “a parade of pets performing ridiculous and extraordinary tricks”
  • Game Changer (Dropout TV, Feb. 12). “The game show where there’s a new, surprise premise every episode”
  • Sunderland ‘Til I Die (Netflix, Feb. 13). “With Sunderland desperate for some stability, a new manager is brought in to haul the club out of League One and into the coveted Championship”
  • Love is Blind (Netflix, Feb. 14, Wednesdays). Season six of making people stay married for TV.
  • Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room (Discovery Channel, Feb. 14, Wednesdays at 10). “Zak and his fellow paranormal investigators watch back some of their favorite episodes from past seasons”
  • Bold & Bougie (WE tv, Feb. 15, Thursdays at 9). Follows five women who’ve “[spent] their entire lives being cheerleaders for others, now, it’s their turn to be the center of attention as they support each other and form an unbreakable sisterhood”
  • Swamp People (History, Feb. 15, Thursdays at 8). “The gator hunters of Louisiana must compete to ‘tag out’ before the season ends”
  • Swamp People: Serpent Invasion (History, Feb. 15, Thursdays at 9:30). “Troy teaches his alligator-hunting partner the ins and outs of python hunting”
  • The Dynasty: New England Patriots (Apple TV+, Feb. 16). “chronicles the rise and historic 20-year run of the Patriots during the Brady-Belichick-Kraft era”
  • Planet Earth III: Bonus Edition (BBC America, Feb. 17). “The bonus edition of the latest Planet Earth series features new making-of segments at the end of each episode”

Week of Feb. 18, 2024

  • Tournament of Champions V (Food Network, Feb. 18, Sundays at 8). 32 chefs compete in a bracketed competition with blind judging
  • American Idol (ABC, Feb. 18, Sundays at 8). The seventh ABC season and 22nd season overall
  • Naked and Afraid (Discovery Channel, Feb. 18, Sundays at 8). “participants must overcome their personal struggles and face the raw brutality of nature without easy access to food, water or clothing”
  • What Would You Do? (ABC, Feb. 18, Sundays at 10). “makes its return to primetime, reintroducing the iconic hidden camera show” that makes people feel good about not being assholes in staged scenarios
  • Rhythm + Flow Italy (Netflix, Feb. 19, Mondays). “Fabri Fibra, Geolier and Rose Villain hit the streets of Rome, Naples and Milan to find the next Italian rap superstar”
  • Renovation Aloha (HGTV, Feb. 20, Tuesdays at 9). “Married home renovators Tristyn and Kamohai Kalama will transform the most dilapidated properties on the island of Oʻahu into beautiful family homes”
  • Little People, Big World (TLC, Feb. 20, Tuesdays at 9). “An intimate look into the Roloffs’ struggles and successes”
  • The Family Stallone (Paramount+, Feb. 21). “the Stallones are leaving Hollywood for good and moving east
  • Pawn Stars Do America (History, Feb. 21, Wednesdays at 8). “The Pawn Stars are hitting the road to visit America’s most exciting places”
  • Death in the Dorms (Hulu, Feb. 22). “chilling stories of college students from different schools whose lives were tragically cut short by violent crime”
  • Summer House (Bravo, Feb. 22, Thursdays at 9). “returning to the share house are Amanda Batula, Kyle Cooke, Paige DeSorbo, Lindsay Hubbard, Ciara Miller, Danielle Olivera, Gabby Prescod and Carl Radke. This summer, the housemates are joined by new friends Jesse Solomon and West Wilson”
  • Formula 1: Drive to Survive (Netflix, Feb. 23) “Drivers, managers and team owners live life in the fast lane — both on and off the track during one cutthroat season of Formula 1 racing”
  • Cold Justice (Oxygen, Feb. 24, Saturdays at 8). “Kelly Siegler and her rotating team of seasoned detectives—Steve Spingola, Tonya Rider and Abbey Abbondandolo— […] travel to small towns to dig into unsolved homicide cases”

Week of Feb. 25, 2024

  • Sin City Murders (Oxygen, Feb. 25, Sundays at 7). “recounts chilling homicide cases”—fun times!
  • The Food That Built America (History Channel, Feb. 25, Sundays at 9). “all new origin stories about America’s most iconic food empires and the pioneers who created them”
  • Biography: WWE Legends (A&E, Feb. 25, Sundays at 9). “the intimate, distinctive stories of the lives and events that molded some of the most beloved WWE Legends into the stars they became”
  • Bar Rescue (Paramount Network, Feb. 25, Sundays at 9). “Jon Taffer embarks on a cross-country tour of the worst drinking establishments in America,” where he yells at people
  • The Voice (NBC, Feb. 26, Mondays and Tuesdays at 8). “featuring three-time Grammy Award winner Dan + Shay as the show’s first-ever coaching duo” along with Reba McEntire, John Legend, and Chance the Rapper
  • Deal or No Deal Island (NBC, Feb. 26 at 9:30, then Mondays at 10). “transports 13 players to the elusive Banker’s private island where … players must compete to retrieve in thrilling challenges and mind-bending dilemmas” and “a high-stakes game of Deal or No Deal”
  • Lost U-Boats of WWII (History Channel, Feb. 27, Tuesdays at 10). “treasure hunter Darrell Miklos and his team … attempt to locate missing Nazi U-boats he believes are holding billions of dollars in stolen gold, jewels and art at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea”
  • Survivor 46 (CBS, Feb. 28, Wednesdays at 8). Survivor returns with 90-minute episodes—after two two-hour episodes.
  • Me, Hereafter (Hulu, Feb. 29). “takes viewers inside gripping murder investigations like never before as if the dead have a voice from the beyond”
  • The First 48 Presents Critical Minutes (A&E, Feb. 29, Thursdays at 8). “looks back at some of the most unforgettable moments in the series’ history”

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Jeff Metzner

Monday 15th of January 2024

For those of you with it set on your DVR, the name of "Trafficked with Mariana Van Zeller" seems to have been changed to "Trafficked: Underworlds with Mariana Van Zeller".

Andy Dehnart

Tuesday 16th of January 2024

Thanks, Jeff. That's interesting; NatGeo is still calling it the original name, but your listings and Hulu have a new name.

Shirley McGill

Monday 1st of January 2024

Thank you!

Casey

Friday 1st of December 2023

Christmas came early! Thank you as always for your premiere guides.