The Masked Singer season 4’s premiere had strong performances and fun costumes. And it also had a fake audience that acted as if it’s okay to be unmasked and physically close to other people right now.
Fox’s Masked Singer season four is filming, and will have viewer voting for the first time. And it’s also hiring a fake studio audience.
ABC, Fox, and Bravo are moving forward with plans to film reality shows in person despite the risks, though they are making some changes to Shark Tank, The Masked Singer, and The Real Housewives of New York City.
Fox says Nick Cannon “inadvertently promoted hate” and “has sincerely apologized,” so he won’t be fired. But he did not apologize immediately for anti-Semitic comments he made in June, on an episode of his podcast.
I’ve used one criteria to exclude people from possibly being behind the mask on The Masked Singer, and tonight’s reveal wrecked that.
The Masked Singer’s concept was gently parodied on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show, and now that’s being turned into a full show.
How is Survivor doing competing directly against Fox’s Masked Singer? It’s losing—but it’s also become the highest-rated show on CBS among younger viewers this fall.
The season two premiere of The Masked Singer had a slightly different format, and concluded by revealing two of the masked singers.
Take a look at some of the new costumes for The Masked Singer season 2—and find out when The Masked Singer season 3 will premiere.
The Masked Singer will face off against Survivor this fall and next spring, unless CBS decides to move its venerable reality competition.
The finale of The Masked Singer—or the second hour of it—was an efficient and fun conclusion to this wacky but watchable hit reality show.
The judges and the producers explain things like why the judges’ guesses are so terrible, whether the singers are live, what will change for season two, and much more.
Fox has renewed its singing competition, which has been a rare hit for a new broadcast network reality show.
Fox’s Masked Singer could be so much better, if only it’d use more of the original format.
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?