More than 20 prime-time reality and game shows are premiering this week, including a revival of Press Your Luck, the return of Match Game, and a spin-off of Love After Lockup.
Julia Carter has written about her experiences on season 38, including the use of the n-word on day one, plus this season’s editing and her friendships with Ron and Reem.
This is AYTO season 8, but it’s “the first sexually fluid reality dating competition show in the United States,” as MTV said.
There are four challenge producers listed in Paradise Hotel’s credits. So why has it had just one challenge this season, which ends tonight?
Deirdre and Scott Gurney are selling their remaining stake in the company they created, Gurney Productions, which created fake shows like Duck Dynasty and Voodoo Sharks.
The Big Brother feed watcher Dingo, who runs Hamsterwatch and who I rely on throughout every season of BB, is facing some significant challenges.
Along with new judges, SYTYCD introduced a new set and a Matrix-y new way to watch the show’s impressive dancers.
Among this week’s premieres are repeats of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, plus Abby Lee Miller on Dance Moms, ABC’s Sunday night game shows, and a series about the Apollo 11 mission.
This summer reality show 2019 schedule is a frequently updated list of premieres for broadcast, cable, and streaming reality TV shows, documentary series, game shows, and other prime-time nonfiction TV.
Five couples from Love After Lockup will be followed by cameras as they try to grow their relationships.
Among the teams who will race on TAR 32 are two Olympic hurdlers, two former NFL players, and “The Backpacking Boyfriends.”
Brené Brown has a great new Netflix special. But it was a 2010 column that asks questions that I want to think more about when I watch and write about reality TV.
What would Eric have cooked for his final Top Chef meal? How has Fixer Upper changed Waco, Texas? When did The Real World go awry?
Instant Hotel and Stay Here are both on Netflix, and both take place primarily in home stay rentals like AirBNBs. But they’re otherwise very different.
Reality TV production designer Scott Storey shares behind-the-scenes details about his designs of two of cable TV’s most well-known reality competitions.