A hilarious lie led to an unexpected moment, and that was before an actual blindside at Tribal Council.
Recaps and analysis of reality TV show episodes, including nearly every episode of CBS' Survivor.
The start of USA’s second season of Temptation Island mirrored the first, and it seems like there’s a lot of drama to come.
A visit to the Island of the Idols resulted in a comedic but dumb challenge, and also destroyed someone’s game. Meanwhile, a tribe completely ignored a stabbing.
On Survivor Island of the Idols’ second episode, the editing pointed directly at an oncoming blindside, but that wasn’t as bad as spoiling the outcome of the immunity challenge, which a CBS promo did last week.
Rob and Sandra were on screen for almost one-fifth of the Survivor Island of the Idols premiere, though this strong cast proved their twist was unnecessary.
Jackson Michie was confronted with fragments of his behavior during the live finale, and exited the house with $500,000 and a dejected look on his face.
Fox’s returning competition series was all over the pre-show and telecast, which also included Kim Kardashian-West and Kendall Jenner being laughed at by the audience.
Recaps, news, and thoughts about the Bachelor in Paradise finale, America’s Got Talent’s final performances, and Bring the Funny’s finale and first season.
A recap of the Dancing with the Stars season 28 premiere, which introduced the show’s new set and live voting, but otherwise felt unchanged.
After 21 people made it through stage two, only two actually completed stage three: Drew Drechsel and Daniel Gil, who went on to American Ninja Warrior’s stage 4 and faced off for the $1 million.
The “Pro-Fit” episode of The Profit: An Inside Look was the best Inside Look yet, and not just because it included CNBC’s notes on the episode.
The #JackEvictionParty was great, but let’s not pretend that Big Brother has solved its problems.
CBS’ version of Love Island has ended its first season, revealing which couple viewers chose and who got or split $100,000. But that was the least-interesting part.
The drama is fine, but had a tendency to drag a little. The solution: More narrator, please!
From the exceptionally well-chosen soundtrack to the cheeky, self-aware narration, Love Island had a lot of fun, something we don’t get too often from network reality TV.