A decade later, Planet Earth returns with its seven-episode sequel this Sunday, when its premiere airs on BBC America, AMC, and Sundance.
The Independent Lens documentary Tower tells the stories of the victims, survivors, and first responders of the 1966 UT Austin school shooting.
Preview the magic that is Apple’s Planet of the Apps, a Shark Tank-like show that has an amazing set design and an unfamiliar structure (just kidding).
Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric, debuts tonight on National Geographic and explores the complexities of gender and gender identity.
Oxygen will be dumping Bad Girls Club and focusing on shows such as Snapped and Cold Justice as it becomes a crime-focused cable channel.
There’s extraordinary footage in PBS’ Spy in the Wild, a five-part series that uses robot animals with cameras instead of eyes to film non-robot animals.
Teenagers are already spending more money proposing to one another than they are for the actual prom itself. Now MTV is making a show called Promposal.
Why are people fleeing and settling in Europe and the United States? Who are these refugees? Let’s meet a few of them—no politics, just people.
Love Survivor’s brutal challenges? Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge offers little more than well-shot physical challenges, and that’s its strength.
There will be no more Esquire Network on television, as NBCUniversal is shutting it down and moving its content to an online-only service.
A list of documentary films airing on HBO in early 2017, including Tickled, Beware the Slenderman, Becoming Warren Buffet, and Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends).
Details about MTV’s forthcoming reality show competition Stranded with a Million Dollars, previously known as Stranded with a Million Bucks.
A Fox executive said out loud what producers have been hearing for a while: an insistence that celebrities be attached to reality shows. This is not good.
Fox is following ABC’s lead by rebooting nostalgic game shows from the 1970s, ordering 15 episodes of Love Connection, which will be hosted by Andy Cohen.
Jamie Foxx, the actor, will host a Mark Burnett Fox reality competition that features people trying to beat Shazam, the music-identifying app.