An interview with new Mythbusters Jon Lung and Brian Louden, who talk about the myths they’ll test and the legacy they’re inheriting. The new version airs on Science Channel.
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.
NASCAR driver Danica Patrick and director Hannah Storm discuss the new Epix documentary Danica, which is about Danica’s life on and off the race track.
An interview with Spencer Sutherland, the fist American artist to compete as a finalist on The X Factor UK—and the first person voted out this season.
An interview with the producer of Gold Rush, covering everything from what’s real and what’s scripted to fans who trek to the Yukon just to see the miners.
CNBC’s Adventure Capitalists is like Shark Tank and other shows where entrepreneurs pitch investors, except the investors get to try the products outside, in real-world conditions.
WAGS creator Amber Mazzola, who also created and produces The Profit, talks about the production, casting, and challenges of an expanding franchise.
Food Network Star Jason Smith talks about judging Best Baker in America, and whether or not he’ll have his own show on the network.
PBS’ The Farthest: Voyager in Space is a captivating look at the spacecrafts have spent 40 years teaching us and serving as evidence of our existence.
The executive producer of History’s Alone talks about things such as season 4’s changes, the Alone season 5 location, and how fan feedback affects the show.
An interview with the executive producer of Live PD, covering everything from its tape delay to privacy, its point of view to the dialogue it’s creating.
An interview with Nate Schoemer and Laura London of Animal Planet’s Rescue Dog to Super Dog, on which they train shelter dogs to become service dogs.
An interview with First in Human director and Discovery Channel executive John Hoffman, who says the NIH’s Building 10 represents “government at its best.”
On Darkness, which is yet another twist on the survival show genre, three participants enter a pitch-black space in separate locations. They have six days to find each other and exit out the other side. In the first episode—which airs tonight at 10 on Discovery as a “sneak peak” of the new series (another episode airs… continue reading
An interview with the co-creator of Laguna Beach, whose new MTV show Siesta Key uses that format but avoids the fiction that befell its spinoff The Hills.
Phil Keoghan is visiting six continents in only two hours for his next television gig, but this time, he’ll do that with a co-host, Hollywood Game Night’s Jane Lynch, and from a studio in New York City. National Geographic Channel’s Earth Live (Sunday at 8 p.m. ET) will visit 25 locations in 15 countries on six continents,… continue reading