The Netflix documentary Hot Girls Wanted has inspired a new six-episode documentary reality series, Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On, which debuts in April.
Recent reality TV news and longreads from the world of unscripted entertainment, including a look at the best and worst networks to produce reality TV for.
Top Chef season 15 will be filmed in Colorado, and the show will move between cities, as it has done during previous seasons in Texas and California.
CBS today announced the renewal of 18 shows: nine dramas, six sitcoms, two newsmagazines, and one reality series: Survivor.
What happened during Tribal Council during Survivor Game Changers’ “The Tables Have Turned” episode? Whatever it was, it was the result of Probst’s twists.
With just two episodes left, I cannot see any of the people on The Partner actually becoming Marcus Lemonis’ actual partner.
Channel 4 announced the judge and hosts who will replace Mary Berry, Mel, and Sue on The Great British Bake Off, which will return to TV later this year.
Animal Planet will debut River Monsters season 9 in April, but it will be the last season for Jeremy Wade’s show, which has been cancelled.
Does Glee actor Heather Morris have an unfair advantage on Dancing with the Stars? Should the show cast more Bachelorettes? Shrug, say the producers.
After the premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 9 on Friday, Untucked will return, but it’ll still be online-only, not broadcast on VH1 or Logo.
Here’s what’s ahead this week in reality TV and unscripted content. Old favorites RuPaul’s Drag Race debuts on its new network and new night (VH1, Fridays at 8), but before then, its old network, Logo, is airing a 24/7 marathon of old episodes with new bonus content. One of television’s best series, period, returns, though this season, The… continue reading
Another Hunted mystery has been solved: Why the show’s cast of hunters wore the same clothes in the Command Center for the entire season.
Tyra Banks will host two reality shows: America’s Got Talent on NBC and Top Model on VH1, which she’s returning to after a one-season absence.
CBS announced the debut date and schedule for BB19, and also announced that Big Brother 19 will be followed by the new Candy Crush game show on Sundays.
Last week, before the premiere of Kicking & Screaming, contestant and reality TV fan Maxwell told me that he went on the show to challenge himself: “I keep trying to push myself outside my box, because I think it makes me a better person,” he said. On the second episode tonight (Fox, 9 p.m.), leaving… continue reading