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.
For the first time in its history, Shark Tank will have five guest sharks during one season. Season nine will swap in five new guest investors.
Four lists of reality shows that have been renewed or ordered by networks, including new versions of Cash Cab, Showtime at the Apollo, and Top Gear America.
A look at reality TV that’s airing May 15 to 21, including a new true-crime Netflix series and the return of old Destination Truth episodes.
Amazing Race season 30 will happen, as CBS has given a late renewal to the reality competition, which did not air or film its typical two seasons this year.
Marcus Samuelsson and Darius Rucker are going undercover on Undercover Boss, but not as bosses; instead, they’ll search for talent, or something.
Two American Idol superstars, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson, are joining NBC’s The Voice as coaches next year, though in separate seasons.
Survivor Game Changers’ 10th episode found players loved ones serving as the prize for a reward challenge. But is the loved ones visit still special?
In 10 days, Netflix debuts its seven-party series The Keepers, which explores a young nun’s murder and may be the next Making a Murderer.
Former Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller has been sentenced to federal prison after being indicted last fall on bankruptcy-related charges.
It’s official: ABC has acquired American Idol from its production companies, and the show will return in 2018. No hosts or judges were announced today.