Lisa Ling’s newest show, HBO Max’s Take Out with Lisa Ling, does more than just explore the stories of people who run Asian restaurants. It tells the stories of communities that have made contributions to cuisine and culture in the United States.
HBO Max’s Finding Magic Mike, a dance competition based on the Channing Tatum movie, is a surprisingly emotional dance competition that has both heart and heat.
Two reality shows following groups of 20-something people—random strangers in Austin, Black friends in Los Angeles—deliver very different kinds of drama.
The creators of Schitt’s Creek, Dan Levy and Eugene Levy, are each going to executive produce and star in their own new streaming reality TV shows. Here are the details about each show.
The Big Shot with Bethenny is not The Apprentice. It’s such a mess that it made me long for the original format, and we all know how that turned out. Sometimes her new series resembles the chaotic, unprofessional workplace of Bravo’s Flipping Out; sometimes it’s one of Bethenny Frankel’s Real Housewives’ spin-offs; and sometimes it’s like one of those flat, failed Apprentice clones from the late 2000s.
Rebel Wilson hosts ABC’s Pooch Perfect, which also stars Lisa Vanderpump. It follows HBO Max’s Haute Dog, hosted by Matt Rogers, which
The Bridge starts from an incredibly strong foundation: 12 people have 20 days to build a bridge to a tiny island with £100,000. But the producers don’t trust their format enough, and keep interfering.