Animal Planet is bringing the family of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin—an early reality TV star—back to the network. Terri, Bindi, and Robert Irwin will develop shows for the network.
The actor and Emmy-winning Daily Show writer and correspondent Wyatt Cenac will have his own docu-series on HBO next spring.
A review of American High School, a BBC Three documentary reality series that follows students at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School in South Carolina.
CNBC’s Adventure Capitalists is like Shark Tank and other shows where entrepreneurs pitch investors, except the investors get to try the products outside, in real-world conditions.
The 1990s were peak MTV for me, especially early seasons of The Real World and Road Rules, and whether it’s an appreciation of the decade’s culture or an opportunity to escape our own, the ’90s are back. MTV revived TRL yesterday, and a new Road Rules is on its way. So it’s with those joyous memories of 1990s reality… continue reading
A family that’s lived on an off-grid homestead in rural Alaska for 80 years will be live on television every Sunday night, during each new episode.
WAGS creator Amber Mazzola, who also created and produces The Profit, talks about the production, casting, and challenges of an expanding franchise.
Food Network Star Jason Smith talks about judging Best Baker in America, and whether or not he’ll have his own show on the network.
HGTV’s successful series Fixer Upper will end after its fifth season, Chip and Joanna Gaines announced.
Netflix’s Terrace House: Boys & Girls in the City and Terrace House: Aloha State are reminders of early reality TV—and of our role in reality TV today.
A review of OWN’s Black Love, the four-episode documentary reality series on which couples talk openly and honestly about their relationships.
Ken Burns & Lynn Novick’s The Vietnam War attempts to tell the story of it through “the experiences of ordinary people who lived through it from all sides.”
Two new reality shows focusing on high school were announced today, and while they appear to have the same core goal, their implementation is wildly different.
PBS’ The Farthest: Voyager in Space is a captivating look at the spacecrafts have spent 40 years teaching us and serving as evidence of our existence.
Labor of Love is a show in development at Fox that will follow one woman or several women who are single, in their 30s or 40s, and want to have a baby.