Bethenny Frankel started her reality TV career on on The Apprentice: Martha Stewart, produced by Mark Burnett. Now she’ll produce shows for the studio he runs, MGM Television.
An interview with The Fix’s showrunners, Liz Craft and Sarah Fain, from the reality shows they watch and love to what it’s like being a writing team in Hollywood.
You’ll be able to choose what Bear Grylls does next on Netflix’s interactive, pre-taped show.
Elizabeth Holmes and her company Theranos are the subject of a new documentary. Other premieres include Spring Baking Championship and a new Fox game show.
A review of While You Were Out, which is back after 16 years, with pairs of designers from Trading Spaces and HGTV surprising someone with a redesigned space.
A solid series of episodes in Macau ended an enjoyable season with a deserving winner, but there was a pointless final elimination before the finale.
A review of Project Runway 17’s first episode, the show’s return to its birthplace, Bravo.
The tribe swap was an excellent metaphor for this season: nothing happened.
Two more classic game shows are coming to ABC, and both are now casting.
Behind the scenes of Dating Around, the Netflix series that follows one person going on five blind dates.
Imagine if ABC marketed this season around Colton’s compassion, honesty, and vulnerability instead of his virginity?
You can’t leave, Colton. You belong here, with me. Talk to me.
Reality shows that promise to transform people’s rooms, houses, and lives are among the 12+ premieres this week.
Julia Carter has been essentially ignored so far on Survivor: Edge of Extinction, and she called out Jeff Probst and CBS for that.
Jeff Probst said that this “a very complex, layered game only eight days in,” but saying a thing does not make it true.