An interview with Stranded with a Million Dollars creator and executive producer Kevin Lee about how the show came together behind the scenes.
Last November, in a rural Georgia park, I interviewed several contestants for American Grit season two. It was the first thing a tiny contingent of press—two Fox TV station crew, and another print reporter and I—did before traveling to the actual set, where the contestants would be mentored by military elites and test their own endurance in the John… continue reading
An interview with The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis about his CNBC show The Partner, which concluded its first season when he named Julianna Reed as his partner.
Of the true crime, murder-mystery, pulpy shows that air on Investigation Discovery, there’s a bit of an aberration, a series that gets its name from one of the most respected institutions in journalism: Vanity Fair Confidential. The show draws its stories from the pages and archives of Vanity Fair, which are adapted and added to for the television screen by… continue reading
Kicking & Screaming contestant and reality TV fan Maxwell Carr takes us behind the scenes, talking about surviving in Fiji and playing a new game.
An interview with the star of CNN’s Believer, Reza Aslan, who talks about why beliefs overrule facts, and how religious beliefs may be universal.
An interview with Rich and Marty Lagina, the stars of History’s The Curse of Oak Island, who talk about the show’s editing and their search for treasure.
Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise tells the full story of Maya Angelou’s life, and it was a life that included a lot more than her memorable writing.
For its 11th season, Face Off will look different: not just because it’s the show’s first-ever all-star season, but because the contestants will compete in pairs all season long, affecting the way each episode is structured. Instead of weekly eliminations, as the show had for its previous 10 seasons, the show will now alternate. Tonight’s episode (Syfy, 9 p.m.) won’t… continue reading
Hoarders airs its season, maybe series, finale on Sunday, with what will be Matt Paxton’s final episode. Why it’s “the most difficult hoard I’ve ever seen.”
An interview with the producers of Ocean Warriors, a six-hour Animal Planet series that follows people who are trying to stop illegal fishing.
Married at First Sight’s Derek Schwartz and Heather Seidel got divorced mid-season, a first for MAFS. Its showrunner reveals behind-the-scenes details to reality blurred.
Born This Way producer Jon Murray and showrunner Laura Korkorian talk about how they produce the A&E series, which follows friends with Down syndrome.
An interview with Marty Raney about his Discovery Channel show Homestead Rescue, which he says is authentic. One couple featured, however, was not happy.
A guide to everything you need to know about The Runner, the interactive, 30-day, cross-country chase reality show that will be air daily on Verizon’s go90.