Holey Moley’s extreme mini golf has never been stronger, in its new and returning holes, but from The Muppets to Stephen Curry, season 4’s bits really need some help.
Great reality TV shows, outstanding documentary series, must-read stories about reality show stars and productions, and must-listen reality podcasts—everything that reality blurred editor and TV critic Andy Dehnart recommends. (Learn more about Andy.)
Women of color in larger bodies are not just embraced, they’re celebrated on Lizzo’s Watch Out For The Big Grrrls, an Amazon Prime Video show that is energetic and refreshing in many ways.
An interview with Kim Myles—and review of her new Discovery+ design makeover show, High Design, on which she helps small businesses who’ve never been featured on TV before.
On his Netflix reality show Making Fun, Jimmy DiResta tells us he doesn’t like kids, but he and his team make those kids’ wildest dreams come true while producing some charming and entertaining reality TV.
NBC’s version of Eurovision, American Song Contest, kicked off with some great music and a really fun atmosphere that felt refreshing compared to other singing competitions.
IMDb TV’s Bug Out is a well-told, engaging story of a so-strange-it’s true series of events at the Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion.
TAR 33 accidentally became the “back to basics” season that fans of long-running shows (Survivor, cough cough) so desperately want. The changes that were made, small and large, made the season better.