The Jurassic Park actor traced the route of Captain James Cook.
Interviews with reality TV show producers, cast members, and television executives about how shows are produced, what happened on certain episodes or seasons, and what's fake and what's real.
An interview with Temptation Island host Mark L. Walberg, in which he talks about what’s changed, how produced the show is, and how he views his role.
Antiques Roadshow executive producer Marsha Bemko on how much appraisers are paid, how the show is filmed, and why it made a major change this season.
A candid interview with Face Off host and AKC National Championship #TeamHound representative McKenzie Westmore.
Watch a scene from “No Regrets,” the episode of The Last Alaskans that deals with Bob Harte’s death, and hear from a Discovery Channel executive about how the network and production company handled his loss.
A look at Bravo’s new Home and Design Friday night lineup, including answers to questions about Buying it Blind, on which experts buy and renovate a home for a couple who doesn’t get to see it first.
An interview with Dr. Michelle Oakley, star of NatGeo WILD’s Dr. Oakely, Yukon Vet, and her two college-age daughters, Sierra and Maya, who help her care for animals.
In interviews with Adam Conover and Dr. Danna Young, I explored just how Adam Ruins Everything works to convince its audience of the truth with jokes and scripted bits.
The new CBS true-crime series doesn’t have murder, but it does have surprising crimes told in a new way. An interview with its producers about how it was made, plus a review of the first episode.
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.
An interview with the executive producer of Face Off, Mission Control Media’s Dwight D. Smith.
Michael Carbonaro talks about production and editing of The Carbonoaro Effect, on which unsuspecting members of the public see him do magic tricks.
“We’re design/entertainment,” Doug Wilson told me, explaining why Trading Spaces didn’t have how-tos or takeaways.
Trading Spaces designer Doug Wilson reveals the true origin of his villainy, and Laurie Smith explains what Trading Spaces does that other home renovation shows do not. And both talk about what’s changed with the reboot of the TLC series.
The show that used to be called The Handmade Project is now Making It, and will air this summer.