ABC is bringing back The Chase, the UK game show that aired four seasons on GSN in the United States, and the Jeopardy! GOAT champions will rotate in the role as The Chaser.
Luke Wilson acts as hard as he can while hosting ABC’s Emergency Call from what appears to be an escape room. The show also uses actors to portray people calling 911, and misses an opportunity to really focus on dispatchers.
Netflix’s Floor is Lava is visually stunning, with its set of gurgling lava slime, but it needs better narration, like Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool-style narration on ABC’s new game show Don’t.
ABC announced a new music-themed Bachelor spin-off, The Bachelor: Listen To Your Heart, plus its acquisition of Supermarket Sweep and a revival of Millionaire.
The Jeopardy! Greatest of All Time tournament was thrilling—and full of corporate synergy, with categories for various Disney-owned properties, from American Idol to NatGeo.
Nearly all of ABC summer game shows and reality competitions and their hosts will return in the summer of 2020.
The Hustler’s format was created by a UK TV host who says it’s based on mysteries such as Agatha Christie’s writing or the show Broadchurch. But it has The Mole’s DNA at its core.
Are the kids actors? Do the producers know what they’re going to say? Why is Tiffany Haddish hosting the new series? Answers to those questions and many more.
The very first Whammy of the night was a Whammy version of Bachelor host Chris Harrison, and it only got better from there.
Two more classic game shows are coming to ABC, and both are now casting.
ABC’s new survival series is familiar and promising, and flashes between the cast’s attempt to survive and their home lives, but it also drags.
A new reality series that’ll be paired with Bachelor in Paradise will strand people and flash back to their regular lives.
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.
ABC’s Alex Inc., starring Zach Braff, is an adaptation of Gimlet Media’s first podcast, and I asked its producer about how much of the real-life podcast will make it to TV.
A charming, harmonious blend of the best parts of the early reality series High School Reunion, with elements of The Glee Project and High School Musical: Get in the Picture.