Another Hunted mystery has been solved: Why the show’s cast of hunters wore the same clothes in the Command Center for the entire season.
A season-end review of CBS’ Hunted, a sometimes-thrilling, slickly produced show on which the rules aren’t clear and the hunters have an absurd advantage.
Hunted team David and Emiley revealed several of the show’s rules on a radio show this morning—including one ridiculous rule that benefits the production.
A person who appeared on CBS’ Hunted reveals key details about how the show works—and Channel 4’s version of Hunted also offers insight.
How does CBS’ Hunted work? How do the hunters get access to private information? CBS wouldn’t grant an interview, so I dug into one scene to find out.
CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller said Hunted would be “the next big reality hit.” Is it? Here are the ratings for the first three episodes.
Thoughts about the first episode of CBS’ Hunted, which wasn’t very transparent about how its game is played, and seems to have cast some questionable teams.
An extended preview of Hunted, the new CBS competition that sends 18 people fleeing from experts who are tracking them using surveillance technology.
The new reality competition Hunted will debut on CBS this January, adapting the format from the popular Channel 4 show of the same name.
In his first moments addressing the media for the first time at a Television Critics Association press tour, CBS’ new president of entertainment, Glenn Geller, made his commitment to reality television very clear.
The first new CBS series announced by the network’s new president Glenn Geller, a professed reality TV fan, is Hunted, an import from the UK. It will be produced by Endemol Shine North America. Can they find success with a format that has been tried many times in the US but has not really worked… continue reading