A few recommendations for happiness-inducing things to watch, from Judi Dench to excellent shows from Starz, which is offering show free to non-subscribers.
I’m thrilled to have Top Chef back and the premiere was a fun watch, but it also felt surprisingly stale after the reinvention of Project Runway and the pomp of Survivor: Winners at War.
“Somebody’s going to get backstabbed and screwed over,” Nick said early on in Survivor: Winners at War’s sixth episode, and twice, his words turned out to be an understatement.
Maggie Griffin was a hilarious, wine-drinking central cast member on her daughter Kathy Griffin’s Bravo reality show My Life on the D-List.
Buddy vs. Duff 2 is not the odd and flimsy competition that season one was. It’s a lot more playful and fun—though it’s still a little sketchy.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, and many other non-Atlanta-based reality shows are premiering this week.
The Bachelorette season 16 is the latest reality TV production to be stopped by the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are nine shows you can watch or stream right now to take your mind off whatever is consuming your attention.
Bravo’s Project Runway is in its 18th season, its second of its new era, while Netflix’s new entrant, Next in Fashion, doesn’t exactly reinvent the fashion competition.
Two tribes became three as Survivor Winners at War’s players realigned and reconnected—in one case, with past romantic partners.
Just like The Amazing Race, CBS’s Survivor has been shut down, which will delay filming on Survivor 41 until at least mid-May.
Great chefs—who you may know best from judging Food Network competitions—have been gathered by Guy Fieri for a swift and fun bracketed tournament.
Insight from CBS reality show cast contracts—and an Amazing Race cast member—about when the winners get $1 million and the others are paid their consolation prizes.
Bravo’s Spy Games has been hit or miss. Here are a few changes the show could make for a season two that could make it more likely to be a hit.
Among this week’s reality TV premieres: Buddy vs. Duff tries again, Waka Flocka Flame and Tammy Rivera get their own show, and The Wall comes out of storage.