“We’re not going to do Edge for a while. I’ve heard people. I got it,” Jeff Probst said. He also said Survivor: Winners at War “will be the best season we’ve ever done.”
The editing and filming of Food Network’s latest baking championship is incredibly clunky and atypically amateurish.
No, it’s not 2005 again, but these early reality TV shows are all premiering this week, from Survivor’s 40th season, Winners at War, to the return of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
The five Oscar-nominated documentaries, and the eventual winner, are all available to stream or watch online. And they’re also a far more diverse group of nominees than the fictional Oscar categories.
Sergio has been at the forefront of this season’s Project Runway trend: the sharper edges of people’s personalities are getting caught on the show’s fabric.
Survivor has never done clip shows well, and—while it had some great flashbacks—Survivor at 40: Greatest Moments and Players was no exception.
If you like NASCAR and/or sports documentary series that take you behind the scenes, MotorTrend has a new show for you.
Lego Masters is firmly in Will Arnett’s sardonic grip, but it’s still a dazzling display of talent, creativity, and multicolor spectacle.
Interviews with players, details about the production from The Circle’s creator, and much more.
Summer House, Shahs of Sunset, Lego Masters, a Survivor special, a Chopped spin-off, a new Below Deck, and so much more.
Christian Siriano’s sassy quips, “A Little Bit Alexis,” and the end of a great sitcom are all sparking joy for me this week.
Disney+ is reviving The Quest for season 2, and the producers of The Amazing Race are also creating a new series, set in Europe, that involves travel and puzzles.
Jeff Probst explained why he loves the Edge of Extinction, and what he thinks of people who criticize Survivor’s twists.
A review of USA Network’s rebooted Biggest Loser, plus interviews with researchers and the show’s talent about its approach to weight loss.
Besides the Super Bowl, coming up on TV this week are Netflix’s version of Project Runway, new seasons of I Am Jazz and Miz and Mrs, and more.