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.
Home Free executive producer discusses the changes made to the Fox show this summer, which now gives houses to contestants’ heroes.
A “crazy idea” from production company October Films resulted in 20 people walking hundreds of miles across the Serengeti, following migrating wildebeest, which is documented on the National Geographic Channel series Mygrations (Mondays, 9 p.m.) While those men and women faced considerable challenges, the producers and network faced a different one. “Achieving authenticity was the single most important and difficult obstacle,” National… continue reading
In September 2013, Manu Toigo was on Discovery’s Naked and Afraid in Panama, filming the “Double Jeopardy” episode, when she was bitten by a mosquito. Once she returned to the U.S., headaches, fever, and bleeding led to hospitalization, where doctors eventually realized that mosquito had transmitted dengue fever. Her recovery was slow, and required physical therapy due to what she… continue reading
An interview with SallyAnn Salsano, executive producer of Jersey Shore, Party Down South, and the new Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition.
A cast member and producer of Showtime’s Gigolos talk about its evolution over six seasons, how the sex is filmed, and why there’s more to it than sex.