Deal or No Deal Island has Boston Rob and some interesting game mechanics, but it’s still ultimately Deal or No Deal, just on an island.
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Tournament of Champions is back and as strong as ever, thanks to the addition of the qualifier rounds, recognition for its winners, and Carla Hall! But Amanda Freitag is really getting screwed.
As Skye Borgman’s latest for Max tries to explain, it’s never really “about” the Zodiac; it’s about making survivors’ stories important.
NatGeo’s The Space Race, which will be on Hulu and Disney+, tells an important story about Black astronauts, but as Mary Beth Ellis writes, it undercuts its own mission by ignoring some people and getting facts wrong about others.
Peacock’s surprisingly spicy Couple to Throuple follows four couples experimenting with adding a third to their relationship. But why are they doing this?
As Below Deck season 11 premieres—the first without Captain Lee—I explored what makes this show different from other Bravo reality TV shows.
Top Chef finalist, Baking Championship judge, and Chew host Carla Hall finally has her own show, and it’s a delight.