An interview with the executive producer of Face Off, Mission Control Media’s Dwight D. Smith.
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.
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.
An interview with Mr. McFeely, David Newell, and the producers of Mister Rogers: It’s You I Like.
WE tv’s reality show about brides turning into monsters is back. But does it document or perpetuate that kind of awful behavior?
Love After Lockup’s ratings growth has earned it a second season, and possibly specials and a spin-off.
An interview with Phil Keoghan about The Amazing Race’s partner swap twist, its head-to-head races, and other experiments.
An interview with Puppy Bowl rufferee Dan Schachner, who talks about the show’s mission to save animals in shelters—and how it’s expanding this year with the Dog Bowl.
The Amazing Race is likely to be renewed for at least one more season that would film later this year.
An interview with The Circus and Chain of Command showrunner Scott Boggins about filming behind the scenes of the war on terror.
Big Brother 16 winner Derrick Levasseur talks about the content and goals for his new book, The Undercover Edge: Find Your Hidden Strengths, Learn to Adapt, and Build the Confidence to Win Life’s Game.
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.
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.