Chris March, who made it to the finale of Project Runway season four and had his own Bravo series, Mad Fashion, was recovering from severe injuries related to a fall two years ago.
Julie Chen Moonves will return as host of Big Brother, which has been renewed, though CBS made no mention of a potential Celebrity Big Brother season 3.
Showtime’s terrific new unscripted series takes us inside a therapist’s office for weekly visits with four couples.
Carson Kressley will be one of the judges on Freeform’s Wrap Battle, a gift wrapping competition that will premiere this December.
Among this week’s premieres: Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Married to Medicine return, and the premiere of Dog: Impossible, which is like My Cat for Hell but for dogs.
This fall 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.
In this round-up: a ranking of Real Housewives songs, profiles of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and This Old House, reality shows TV executives watch, and more.
Bachelor Chris Soules reached a plea deal over a crash that killed a man, while police are investigating a boat crash that killed two people and involved Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary’s boat.
Leslie Jones was a fan of Supermarket Sweep, and now she’s helping to bring it back. Multiple networks and Netflix are reportedly bidding for it.
An interview with Joe Kenda about his long-running Investigation Discovery show, how it’s helped him, and how Homicide Hunter even saved lives.
The Real World Boston’s Sean Duffy, a conservative Republican elected during the Tea Party wave, is leaving halfway through his fifth term in the House of Representatives.
In your preview of reality shows premiering this week: a second season of Million Pound Menu, a show about baby animals, and The Challenge: War of the Worlds 2.
A BB21 houseguest’s comment during an interview in the Diary Room about Zingbot’s zings was “too nice” for a Big Brother producer. Other houseguests report that they’re told what to say.
American fans of The Great British Bake-Off have never been able to (legally) watch the show in real time before. That changes with season 10.
Netflix’s new competition series is a thrill to watch, like a reality TV version of Fast & Furious on a stunning obstacle course.