MTV Studios will reboot old MTV shows and try to sell them to streaming services—and also produce new shows, like a The Hills-ish series called The Valley.
A new reality series that’ll be paired with Bachelor in Paradise will strand people and flash back to their regular lives.
An exclusive preview of tonight’s episode of Wahlburgers, on which Donnie gives Paul some surprisingly comical and heartfelt feedback.
Adriano Zumbo will judge a competition produced by Top Chef producers Magical Elves; Great British Baking Show producers Love Productions will try to reinvent the docu-soap with a musical series; and a cooking-with-weed show will have 10-minute episodes.
The star of CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown and Travel Channel’s No Reservations also judged ABC’s The Taste and Bravo’s Top Chef.
ABC has ordered a U.S. version of an Australian cooking competition, Family Food Fight, which will have families cooking and competing against each other. Ayesha Curry will host and judge.
Top Gear season 26 will be LeBlanc’s last as co-host.
Michael Carbonaro talks about production and editing of The Carbonoaro Effect, on which unsuspecting members of the public see him do magic tricks.
The look inside The New York Times is often compelling reality television. But there’s also something missing.
Bravo announced eight new series in development that suggest the network is looking to move outside of the rut it’s dug for itself for years now.
The star of Food Network’s series Ginormous Food’s argument that “straight white male” is now a racial slur resulted in people on Twitter surfacing past tweets, which included mocking references to stereotypes about black people and Asian people.
HBO says the four-part series will be “a cinematic look at the life and 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee and conviction of Adnan Syed.”
A review of Netflix’s new documentary reality series about the mysterious case of a pizza delivery man who robbed a bank and then was killed by a collar bomb.
My new reality TV competition obsession from the UK has amateur designers redecorating rooms in buildings already blanketed with history.
Tom Arnold and Viceland will try to do what a presidential campaign and media organizations could not: get access to The Apprentice footage to see if now-President Donald Trump says anything damning on it.