It may not be cheating, but watching Amazing Race teams give each other the answers is not great TV. Did that affect which of the final five teams was eliminated at the end of the megaleg?
Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley were each sentenced to lengthy prison sentences. Oh, and their USA Network show has been cancelled.
Netflix’s Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? is a super-fun romp through a moment in the 1990s, soaked in sugary pop culture while offering something very different than Netflix’s usual true-crime docs.
In Spain, The Amazing Race 34’s final five teams began the first half of their second megaleg. We’ll have to wait until next week to see what happens, but this episode was worth it for the first challenge alone. Also Phil Keoghan hosted from a paddleboard.
Jeff Probst did an accent and split the tribe into mini-tribes for the ninth episode, which resulted in two blindsides and the second flushing of a major advantage.
In this Ask Andy, a thought experiment about Big Brother, plus questions about Fox’s Domino Masters, Hollywood Game Night, and Relative Race
Is Survivor 43 just having a middle-of-the-road season? Or are we mid-Pagonging? I suspect something else might be contributing to how little is happening.