This is what we’d been missing: wild creativity from the designers and from Project Runway itself.
All reality show and documentary TV reviews on reality blurred by TV critic Andy Dehnart. (Learn more about Andy.)
Food Network brought back Robert Irvine and the Restaurant: Impossible crew, and the premiere dropped the ambushes and replaced it with more intimate, useful interaction.
Food Network brought together its own Duff Goldman and TLC’s Buddy Valastro for a competition that isn’t doing either of them any favors.
This is the best Profit documentary CNBC has produced so far, and not just because of the emotional discoveries at the orphanage where Marcus was adopted.
CBS pulled Million Dollar Mile off its schedule before I was able to watch an episode. Here’s a belated review plus many questions that I still have.
A&E, renew this show, which became an even better, more informative, more emotionally affecting show as a result of its longer episodes.
National Geographic’s new natural history series is tough to watch. You probably don’t want to watch the clips in this story. I warned you.
USA Network’s reboot of Temptation Island ends tonight, as the couples decide if they’ll stay together, split up, or leave each other for someone they met on Maui.
A review of While You Were Out, which is back after 16 years, with pairs of designers from Trading Spaces and HGTV surprising someone with a redesigned space.
One person has five first dates on Dating Around, which gives us multiple episodes with queer people of color dating other queer people of color. That shouldn’t be remarkable, but it is.
The World’s Best was not the best reality TV CBS could have offered to the world after the Super Bowl.
BBC America’s latest Planet Earth series takes a different approach, and one that’s quite effective.
Despite ludicrous judging and terrible singing, there’s a compelling mystery at the center of the new Fox show: Who are the people behind the masks?
Marie Kondo brings her organizational strategies to people’s homes, and to reality TV.
“Go to your neighborhoods, go help somebody that look like me, go help somebody that look like you, but take away from this that this doesn’t need to happen anymore.”