In the latest Ask Andy, I answer questions about two summer reality competitions.
Will everyone be on Survivor: Edge of Extinction’s jury? Is there any hope of return for those things Survivor has lost over the years?
Will Josh Gates and Dr. Zahi Hawass’ live opening of an ancient sarcophagus be repeated on the Discovery Channel? Will The Last Alaskans be back for another season?
“I was talking with my girlfriend about Married at First Sight and she got all upset. I want to do it for better pay and TV recognition.”
Who decides what order Survivors vote in? Does Jeff Probst re-arrange votes if an idol is played? Answers to those and other questions about reality TV.
America’s Got Talent: The Champions replaced viewer votes with a panel of 50 superfans. Why? And who are they?
Details about the 2018 MythBusters Mega Merrython, and Survivor David vs. Goliath finale tickets.
A&E has again been accused of paying documentary reality show participants, but this time, something’s different.
In this Ask Andy, a question about Survivor’s tribe swap, and about the cast of Bravo’s Sweet Home Oklahoma spin-off.
One of AGT season 13’s finalists, Zurcaroh, received a golden buzzer from Tyra Banks—and also got one on France’s Got Talent. How is that possible?
In this edition of Ask Andy: Questions about Survivor’s Russell Hantz and clothing requirements for American Ninja Warrior.
In today’s Ask Andy, when The Last Alaskans will return, what Forged in Fire does with its weapons, and why Worst Cooks in America’s make sense on The Great Food Truck Race.
Can Survivors wear contacts? Do they get contact lens solution? What happened to Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible and History’s Top Shot?
It’s time for more Ask Andy. In today’s edition, a question about loud reality TV shows and crowds, plus another about a reality show I ignored.
On the NBC reality show, Bear Grylls takes celebrities on a two-day journey through the wild. A reader asks, “How safe are the contestants? Do they know what their up for before showing up to film? And is their journey as spontaneous as it seems on TV?”