Antiques Roadshow executive producer Marsha Bemko on how much appraisers are paid, how the show is filmed, and why it made a major change this season.
Marie Kondo brings her organizational strategies to people’s homes, and to reality TV.
The show starring Marty Raney has been off the air for more than a year, but will return in January 2019.
“Go to your neighborhoods, go help somebody that look like me, go help somebody that look like you, but take away from this that this doesn’t need to happen anymore.”
A&E has again been accused of paying documentary reality show participants, but this time, something’s different.
Two groups of talented artists, two showcases for their talent, two very different reality shows.
Food Network’s three-episode competition was an unexpected surprise.
Netflix’s new culinary competition is MasterChef on a spaceship without the charm.
Original Queer Eye cast members Thom Filicia and Carson Kressley are back together, and it’s absolutely wonderful.
Unqualified will follow Ken Jeong and Shaq “as they try their hands at jobs that have always intrigued them, along with a few they’d rather avoid.”
A look at Bravo’s new Home and Design Friday night lineup, including answers to questions about Buying it Blind, on which experts buy and renovate a home for a couple who doesn’t get to see it first.
There will be two cuts of each episode of the rebooted version of TLC’s While You Were Out: one for TLC, and one for HGTV.
To promote his new Netflix show, Hasan Minhaj went clothes shopping with Queer Eye’s Tan France. Watching them interact for 10 minutes is pure joy.
Bravo’s Welcome to Waverly decided to be The Simple Life instead of The Real World with adults.
A decade after Whale Wars, Animal Planet is shifting its strategy, starting with The Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin’s family’s new reality show.