Who exactly are those white nationalists/white supremacists/Nazis that Donald Trump called “very fine people”? Here’s a 22-minute documentary that explains.
An interview with the executive producer of Live PD, covering everything from its tape delay to privacy, its point of view to the dialogue it’s creating.
An interview with Nate Schoemer and Laura London of Animal Planet’s Rescue Dog to Super Dog, on which they train shelter dogs to become service dogs.
An interview with First in Human director and Discovery Channel executive John Hoffman, who says the NIH’s Building 10 represents “government at its best.”
Fox has acquired the Armoza Formats show The Final Four, which it calls The Four and will feature four contestants being challenged by new people.
On Darkness, which is yet another twist on the survival show genre, three participants enter a pitch-black space in separate locations. They have six days to find each other and exit out the other side. In the first episode—which airs tonight at 10 on Discovery as a “sneak peak” of the new series (another episode airs… continue reading
A review of Rob Lowe’s new A&E series, The Lowe Files, on which he investigates the paranormal with his sons John Owen and Matthew.
Reviews of MTV2’s Shinesty, which follows employees at a clothing company, and Startup season 4, which follows Dov Charney, founder of American Apparel.
MTV’s strategy of returning to its roots to win back viewers will continue this October, when the network will resurrect Total Request Live, aka TRL. It has been off the air for nine years, having been on television for a decade. The Voice host Carson Daly will not return to the show, which he hosted… continue reading
AMC has created Visionaries, an umbrella for its documentary series about pop culture genres, each of which is guided and directed by a master in the genre.
Andy Dehnart’s review of VH1’s Signed, the music competition that gives hip-hop and R&B artists
Survivorman Les Stroud will star in Alaska’s Grizzly Gauntlet, on which he’ll face different predators in Alaska in each episode.
The schedules—and hilarious promos—for Discovery’s Shark Week and NatGeo WILD’s Shark Fest, which are both airing at the same time this year.
Reviews of TLC’s Spouse House, where singles have to get married or are evicted, and Bravo’s A Night With My Ex, on which former partners reconnect.
A review of the History Channel’s new series American Ripper, which explores the theory that Chicago serial killer H.H. Holmes was also Jack the Ripper.