You can watch Betty White’s game show appearances from more than 60 years—including Password, Super Password, Match Game, and To Tell the Truth—in multiple marathons airing this weekend.
Guy’s Chance of a Lifetime is a good idea but missing everything that makes Guy Fieri’s other Food Network shows great. If you hate-watched Bethenny’s Apprentice, this is the perfect reality show for you.
Top Chef alum and chefs Nyesha Arrington and Richard Blaise join Gordon Ramsay for Fox’s Next Level Chef, a competition that has an amazing three-story set and doesn’t use it any interesting ways.
Iron Chef and longtime Chopped judge Alex Guarnaschelli stars in a new Food Network competition that pits her against three talented chefs. It has echoes of Tournament of Champions, and is similar to Beat Bobby Flay, but is much better.
My thoughts on three new (or new-ish) holiday-themed reality competitions: Peacock’s Baking It, Hulu’s Candified: Home for the Holidays; and Food Network’s Buddy vs. Duff Holiday.
Two reality shows following groups of 20-something people—random strangers in Austin, Black friends in Los Angeles—deliver very different kinds of drama.
What happened to Instant Hotel? The Quest? Finding Bigfoot? Marrying Millions? Last Alaskans? Karma? Consumed?
In today’s Ask Andy, several questions about the past and future of various reality shows, including The Quest, The Last Alaskans, Marrying Millions, Instant Hotel, and Karma.