Welcome to Wrexham, FX’s reality TV show about Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s purchase of Wrexham AFC, a football team in Wales, has varying levels of access and insight, but still offers an engaging story.
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Do you like Jimmy Fallon? Do you find him charming and funny? Those are questions to consider before watching NBC’s revival of Password.
After RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7, one thing is clear: Drag Race is in a rut of bad producing, from the stars to chocolate.
Snake in the Grass is a promising format: one-episode versions of The Mole, and some terrific reality TV alum competing in some episodes. But there’s just not enough game for them to play.
I’m really missing Matthew Hoffman’s narration after the first week of Peacock’s Love Island: USA, which has not yet lived up to its promise of being “hotter than ever,” “naughtier,” or “steamier.”
ABC’s Claim to Fame, on which relatives of celebrities attempt to guess each others’ relatives, has a lot of promise, and some frustrating dumbing-down of its own editing.
The Hotel Inspector, a long-running British reality TV show starring Ruth Watson and Alex Polizzi, is now streaming free in the United States. Highly recommended!