Among the producers of this new competition are Survivor’s former showrunner and the ABC executive who developed The Mole.
Almost one year before The Bachelorette reunion, Meredith Phillips told her story of being drugged and sexually assaulted while filming The Bachelorette.
NBC cancelled Who Do You Think You Are? back in 2012, and is bringing it back, along with a curious executive producer.
Will anyone want to watch Donald Trump from the time when he was just entertainment?
Also this week: four sharks from Shark Tank will compete on Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and a new documentary series about the Wu-Tang Clan premieres.
A review of Flinch, a very, very dumb show that’s like a combination of Fear Factor + Saw + Jackass.
The loved ones participated in a challenge! Meanwhile, Rick Devens’ showboating got even more attention.
A review of Best Room Wins, which is similar to Trading Spaces, but with a higher budget and the homeowners lingering to see what’s happening to their rooms.
Will everyone be on Survivor: Edge of Extinction’s jury? Is there any hope of return for those things Survivor has lost over the years?
Also premiering this week: Genevieve Gorder’s new Bravo competition, a new season of Murder Chose Me, and a new season of The Real Housewives of Potomac.
The Real World season 33 is currently filming in Atlanta. The seven cast members have all been identified online, and they’re an interesting group.
Durst did say those words, but the editing rearranged them: “killed them all, of course” wasn’t an answer to the question “What the hell did I do?”
This is what we’d been missing: wild creativity from the designers and from Project Runway itself.
A&E’s Wahlburgers is ending after 10 seasons. Why? Falling ratings might be one reason.
Last week’s Kelley Wentworth vote played a role in this week’s blindside, yet with three weeks to go, this season still doesn’t have any real momentum.