The tribe swap was an excellent metaphor for this season: nothing happened.
Recaps and analysis of reality TV show episodes, including nearly every episode of CBS' Survivor.
Imagine if ABC marketed this season around Colton’s compassion, honesty, and vulnerability instead of his virginity?
Jeff Probst said that this “a very complex, layered game only eight days in,” but saying a thing does not make it true.
Hoarders returned with a two-hour episode after being off the air for two years. It started off feeling unnecessary, but proved its worth by the end.
Colton’s fence-jump finally aired, and it was a logical response to a crazy show—and may just pop The Bachelor’s fantasy bubble.
On the second episode of season 38, someone found an idol, a tribe considered a real blindside but took the easy way out instead, and Jeff Probst had fun with snakes.
The finale of The Masked Singer—or the second hour of it—was an efficient and fun conclusion to this wacky but watchable hit reality show.
A recap of The Challenge: War of the Worlds episodes two and three, which involved conflicts between Ashley and Hunter, and Bananas and Wes.
The person who was thrown overboard first on Survivor Edge of Extinction was neither the weakest nor the most annoying, so why did they get those labels?
“Lord, please let there not be another twist. I can’t. I can’t. I’m broken,” said Monet X Change, perhaps speaking for many RuPaul’s Drag Race fans.
The Challenge: Final Reckoning’s finale saw Ashley hold Hunter accountable for his awful language and behavior by deciding to keep $1 million for herself.
I haven’t watched The Challenge in years, but War of the Worlds brought in a new group of reality stars to compete, so I thought I’d check in.
Fox has renewed its singing competition, which has been a rare hit for a new broadcast network reality show.
Fox’s Masked Singer could be so much better, if only it’d use more of the original format.
The second episode of Celebrity Big Brother spawned several alliances and gave us the first nominees of the season, but still felt stretched thin.