Paramount+ announced its original reality shows today, including revivals of Road Rules, Ink Master, and Dating Naked. Meanwhile, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars will leave VH1 and join a new drag singing competition on the streaming service formerly known as CBS All Access.
Fox’s Name That Tune returned earlier this year, with a full, real studio audience! I talked to its executive producer about everything from filming in Australia to casting Jane Krakowski and Randy Jackson to updating a classic game show and its rules.
ABC’s summertime mini golf competition Holey Moley will be back for at least two more seasons, while its producers are now adapting the classic 1980s video game Frogger into a reality competition.
CuriosityStream promises “an extensive and unrivaled library of films and series that dives deep into nature, history, science, travel and every category of the factual genre.” But there are no shows about LGBTQIA+ people or issues. I asked its executives about that.
Nadiya Bakes is classic instructional cooking TV, like Barefoot Contessa but for baking, anchored by Great British Bake-Off winner Nadiya Hussain’s love of her craft.
In the light new truTV competition Fast Foodies, Top Chef Seattle winner Kristen Kish, Top Chef California winner Jeremy Ford, and Top Chef Kentucky contestant and Iron Chef winner Justin Sutherland compete, drink, and have a lot of fun with their celebrity guests.
TBS’s new reality competition Rat in the Kitchen has an “undercover” chef “who sabotages fellow contestants’ chance” to earn money—just like The Mole. Well, except for the cooking part.