Exit interviews with the Making the Cut’s first two winners, Esther and Ji, whose looks are now for sale on Amazon, and the first two designers who were cut, Jasmine and Martha.
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.
Making the Band premiered on March 24, 2000, and besides forming a boy band, O-Town, it brought The Real World’s genre to broadcast TV, and helped change television forever.
Jo Frost and a Supernanny executive producer talk about rebooting the Lifetime show, and how it’s changed from the early 2000s version.
Are Love is Blind’s married couple still together? How did the pod dating work? Why is everyone so attractive? An interview with the Netflix show’s creator, Chris Coelen from Kinetic Content.
Answers to questions about how ABC’s The Great American Baking Show—which is now looking for contestants for its 2020 season—is cast and filmed.
A review of USA Network’s rebooted Biggest Loser, plus interviews with researchers and the show’s talent about its approach to weight loss.
“It’s important for people to ask more philosophical questions about society and business and how human interest and commerce intersect. It can destroy people or it can build people up.”
A review of Bravo’s new competition Spy Games, plus interviews with assessor Erroll Southers and Kinetic Content’s Eric Detwiler about the show.
What’s happening with The Amazing Race 32, which filmed in 2018? And what about future seasons? Answers from creators and executive producers, Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri.
A new competition has people facing off against bears in five challenges. I talked to producers about how exactly it came together.
An interview with College Behind Bars director Lynn Novick and producer Sarah Botstein about their four-part series, which goes into prisons to follow students in the Bard Prison Initiative.
An interview with a History Channel executive about Kings of Pain, on which two men are bitten and stung to see how much it hurts.
An interview with America’s Got Talent producer Adam Davis about how the audition process works, why he recruits acts online, and more.
Bear Grylls talks about the move of his show from NBC to National Geographic Channel for season 5, and also about how much of the show is planned, staged, and/or fake.
An interview with Albert Lin about his new NatGeo show, Lost Cities with Albert Lin, and how he found his way to exploring.