More than 25 documentaries and specials about sharks will air across three networks over the next month. Here’s what’s coming and where to find it.
A review of NBC’s newest summer reality competition, which brings together all kinds of comedy-forward acts, like the kind that often appear on America’s Got Talent.
NatGeo’s Apollo: Missions to the Moon is the latest documentary from Tom Jennings that doesn’t tell viewers about historical events, it immerses them in the story.
When NBC’s Songland started casting in 2016, its contract had language suggesting songwriters gave up all rights and royalties. But that didn’t turn out to be true.
The creator of the hidden camera horror/prank reality show discusses whether the show will return, the surprising way Scare Tactics is cast, how a lawsuit affected the production, and much more.
Where other shows have found themselves trapped in the sand, the mini golf competition Holey Moley soars, thanks in part to Stephen Curry’s self-deprecation and Rob Riggle’s commentary.
The very first Whammy of the night was a Whammy version of Bachelor host Chris Harrison, and it only got better from there.
Each episode of Songland is different, with a new artist choosing from four songwriters’ songs—and then revising and reworking them.
Instant Hotel season 2 is on Netflix starting today. It’s a lot of light but crazy fun drama.
Reality TV production designer Scott Storey shares behind-the-scenes details about his designs of two of cable TV’s most well-known reality competitions.
Top Shot host and Survivor alum Colby Donaldson hosts History Channel’s new meat butchering competition, which has more information than gore.
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.