Besides its new race-across-the-world reality competition, NatGeo is also rebooting Brain Games, bringing on a new host, Keegan-Michael Key, and the producers of Top Chef.
NBC’s 2019-2020 announcement included news about Making It’s second season, plus The Voice’s coaches and Little Big Shots’ host.
Top Shot host Colby Donaldson is back hosting with a new meat-focused reality competition called The Butcher.
Among the producers of this new competition are Survivor’s former showrunner and the ABC executive who developed The Mole.
NBC cancelled Who Do You Think You Are? back in 2012, and is bringing it back, along with a curious executive producer.
A review of Flinch, a very, very dumb show that’s like a combination of Fear Factor + Saw + Jackass.
A review of Best Room Wins, which is similar to Trading Spaces, but with a higher budget and the homeowners lingering to see what’s happening to their rooms.
A&E’s Wahlburgers is ending after 10 seasons. Why? Falling ratings might be one reason.
“CBS has opted to ignore its rampant discrimination issues and lack of inclusion,” a former CBS executive says. Is that reflected in its reality TV?
“I can’t tell you the last time I saw rich Mexicans being as silly and over the top as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills or the Shahs of Sunset. I don’t see that, and I grew up as an American loving reality TV.”
Buddy Valastro’s Cake Boss is returning, but not on either TLC or Food Network.
BET is bringing back the show, which it cancelled in 2015, for a “new and improved” season 9.
MTV’s announcement of RealityCon has been treated by the entertainment press as if it’s a brand-new idea. But it’s been tried before.
Food Network brought together its own Duff Goldman and TLC’s Buddy Valastro for a competition that isn’t doing either of them any favors.
The new Disney streaming service will have original content, including these new reality and documentary series. Well, mostly new.