Who exactly are those white nationalists/white supremacists/Nazis that Donald Trump called “very fine people”? Here’s a 22-minute documentary that explains.
Bachelor in Paradise turned itself into a victim while failing to add insight into the allegations of misconduct that caused a production shutdown.
A round-up of essays about Rachel Lindsay’s Bachelorette season, and then recent news about reality TV shows and cast members.
The executive producer of The Bachelor franchise told me what happened once the cast returned to Mexico to resume filming on Bachelor in Paradise.
Many reality shows return this week, from Leah Remini to Project Runway to Flipping Out, while other new shows and specials debut. Your weekly preview.
An interview with the executive producer of Live PD, covering everything from its tape delay to privacy, its point of view to the dialogue it’s creating.
An interview with Nate Schoemer and Laura London of Animal Planet’s Rescue Dog to Super Dog, on which they train shelter dogs to become service dogs.
An interview with First in Human director and Discovery Channel executive John Hoffman, who says the NIH’s Building 10 represents “government at its best.”
16 Hell’s Kitchen contestants will return for Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen season 17, the Gordon Ramsay-hosted show’s first-ever all-star season.
Fox lost the revival of American Idol to ABC, but offered an extremely detailed description about why they cancelled it last year and let it go now.
Fox has acquired the Armoza Formats show The Final Four, which it calls The Four and will feature four contestants being challenged by new people.
ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey didn’t answer specific questions about Bachelor in Paradise, saying they were better asked of Warner Bros. So I asked Warner Bros.
What to watch or check out this week, Aug. 7 to 13, 2017, including The Profit’s “Marijuana Millions” episode and a new season of Hard Knocks.
A review of American Grit season two, the Fox competition hosted by John Cena, who couldn’t save the show from its changes.
The Television Critics Association presented awards two one documentary filmmaker and two nonfiction series as part of its 33rd awards last night.