I attempt to guess how members of the Survivor Game Changers jury will vote, and compete against friends at RHAP, Inside Survivor, and True Dork Times.
History is changing its reality competition Alone so that the contestants are no longer alone, but will compete in teams of two.
The Bachelorette, Love Connection, and Beat Shazam are all debuting, as Survivor Game Changers, First Dates, and Dancing with the Stars conclude.
MTV’s The Real World debuted on May 21, 1992, starting a television revolution that has lasted for a quarter century and shows no sign of stopping.
The Survivor 35 theme has been leaked online, and it is Survivor Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers, with three tribes presumably divided by profession.
Bachelorette season 13 contestant Bryce Powers answered one of his biographical questions with a transphobic answer that has now been deleted.
Everything we learned about broadcast network plans for fall 2017 reality TV—and those plans are very similar to last year’s schedules.
Sig Hansen was arrested for assaulting an Uber driver and damaging the driver’s car. The Seattle Police Department released its full report.
A reconsidered review of Iron Chef Gauntlet, on which Top Chef Stephanie Izard may become Iron Chef Stephanie Izard this Sunday.
Reading comprehension played a surprising role in Survivor Game Changers penultimate episode, as Sarah’s vote-stealing advantage came into play.
Rachel Lindsay’s The Bachelorette suitors have been revealed—as has her final pick, who Reality Steve revealed today. No spoilers here, but a link and list.
ABC’s reboot of American Idol is going The Voice route, casting an A-list singer as its first judge. I wish it’d go back to its roots instead. Here’s why.
ABC has made a major change to one of its reality series, moving Shark Tank to a new night, and is also adding two new spin-off series.
On all of broadcast TV, just one show had a larger audience in 18-49 last year: The Bachelor. Inside: A list of how many viewers other reality shows lost.
Casey Webb will be the new host of Travel Channel’s Man v. Food, which is returning after five years off the air, and without original host Adam Richman.