Survivor’s game is changing again, this time to benefit “providers.”
Also this week, besides Celebrity Big Brother, is a new series in which celebrities including Tiffany Haddish and NeNe Leakes tell their life stories.
Omarosa went to the hospital after the HOH competition. She’s back now.
“The Bitchelor” episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars was a delight, from its parody of The Bachelor to its overdue elimination.
If you need some happiness this weekend, you will find it in the premiere of Netflix’s version of Queer Eye and a new podcast parody from The Onion.
CBS new show The World’s Best will have 53 judges, but otherwise sounds like America’s Got Talent.
A brief recap and thoughts about the premiere of CBS’ Celebrity Big Brother, which managed to not be terrible. Mostly.
An interview with Phil Keoghan about The Amazing Race’s partner swap twist, its head-to-head races, and other experiments.
If you have a weird act, The Gong Show wants you to apply.
The workroom, a Snatch Game set, and three RuPaul minifigs are officially being considered by LEGO.
An HGTV Design Star winner’s new show and Amazing Race’s new timeslot are also among the highlights of reality TV and documentary debuts for this week.
An interview with Puppy Bowl rufferee Dan Schachner, who talks about the show’s mission to save animals in shelters—and how it’s expanding this year with the Dog Bowl.
It’s the return of Ask Andy, in which I answer your questions. In this edition: Those questions, plus what shows I dread covering.
This week’s episode of The Four: Battle for Stardom was taped last week, so Charlie Walk will be on Thursday’s episode despite being fired after two women said he sexually harassed them at work.
Jeff Probst calls the Survivor season 36 cast “one of the biggest group of superfans we’ve ever had.”