LeVar Burton won’t host Jeopardy, but he will host a new adaptation of the Hasbro board game Trivial Pursuit—which was adapted into different game show formats in both the 1990s and 2000s.
Page Six’s report on The Mooch’s Table is inaccurate. Its producer said they’re “in active conversations” with networks and outlets now.
A list of reality TV shows that have recently been renewed, ordered, or resurrected by cable and broadcast networks, from World of Dance to Bridezillas.
FYI’s Kiss Bang Love will start with blindfolded kisses, while VH1 is bringing back Hip Hop Squares, a version of the classic game show Hollywood Squares.
Watch China’s Super Combat Teams—think Fear Factor + Minute to Win It—which may soon be on American TV. Viewers guess the results of live stunts to win cash.
Over the past few weeks, TV networks have announced several new unscripted shows, many of which were announced at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour.
Of those announcements, four new reality shows caught my eye as ones that sound intriguing—in both good and bad ways. They range from a network series that’s knocking off an MTV series, to a show with challenges hosted by a genius theoretical physicist.
Norway’s Slow TV has been a hit since 2011: NRK’s program has shown hours of slow-moving live things via fixed cameras, such as a cruise ship navigating the coast (134 hours) or a fireplace burning (12 hours). Friday, 1.3 million people watched knitting for 12 hours. Now, LMNO Productions has acquired the format for the …