An interview with Austin Trupp, the creator of Survivor Maryland at the University of Maryland, which has been called “way better than anything CBS has put out in years.”
Amazing Race 32 will have finals casting in late July and film in November.
It’s time to celebrate: reality blurred is old enough to vote and go to college! Well, if it was a person.
An interview with NatGeo WILD’s top-rated star: 76-year-old Dr. Jan Pol, who discusses everything from no-kill shelters to when he won’t let cameras film a visit.
Christina Aguilera saw “blatant things” that “no one would want to put up with in a work environment.” But what are those?
JC Mounduix touched Tyler’s crotch and tried to use an ice cream scooper on two women’s genitalia, while Angela and Rachel made comments about skin color while tanning.
Nailed It season two is still a genre-ignoring pile of exuberance and silliness, but Cooking on High is about as useful as a wet joint.
The show is a new Discovery channel survival reality series, not a competitor to American Ninja Warrior.
Lynne Spiegel Spillman, Survivor and The Amazing Race’s Emmy-nominated casting director, has been fired, according to a former Survivor cast member.
Recaps of the Drag Race finale and part two of the BB20 season premiere, in the form of questions.
BB20’s best character has been turned into a comical robot, the producers find ways to affect the game, and more from the Big Brother 20 premiere.
Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back has been renewed for a second season because it’s a much-needed hit for the beleaguered Fox network.
Celebrity Fear Factor will include episodes with cast members from Jersey Shore, Floribama Shore, Survivor, Big Brother, The Amazing Race, The Bachelorette, The Bachelor, Bachelor in Paradise, and more.
Answers to questions about what happens behind the scenes of CBS’ Big Brother: from the casting process to live feed cuts, producer manipulation to what’s behind the mirrors in the house.
Nick’s new version of Double Dare had Marc Summers and new host Liza Koshy, and was still the show we grew up on.