A family that’s lived on an off-grid homestead in rural Alaska for 80 years will be live on television every Sunday night, during each new episode.
Reality show reviews and news for Discovery Channel reality TV and documentaries.
An interview with First in Human director and Discovery Channel executive John Hoffman, who says the NIH’s Building 10 represents “government at its best.”
On Darkness, which is yet another twist on the survival show genre, three participants enter a pitch-black space in separate locations. They have six days to find each other and exit out the other side. In the first episode—which airs tonight at 10 on Discovery as a “sneak peak” of the new series (another episode airs… continue reading
The schedules—and hilarious promos—for Discovery’s Shark Week and NatGeo WILD’s Shark Fest, which are both airing at the same time this year.
A review of Discovery Channel’s Taking Fire, which takes us into combat in Afghanistan through first-person footage. The result is stunning and brutal.
An interview with Marty Raney about his Discovery Channel show Homestead Rescue, which he says is authentic. One couple featured, however, was not happy.
The Discovery Channel’s Shark Week returns Sunday for its 28th year, and now its second year in a row of focusing on entertaining with truth rather than fiction. This year’s Shark Week includes 16 specials plus a five-night talk show. Last year under, Discovery’s new leadership course-corrected and abandoned fake documentaries, resulting in Shark Week’s highest ratings ever. The most vocal… continue reading
American Tarzan, Discovery’s new competition reality series, sends seven men and women onto an island to tackle challenges produced by nature itself.
The Dual Survival season 8 cast has major changes: it’s kept Grady Powell for some episodes, but also added a pair from Naked and Afraid.
Shark Week 2016 dates have been announced, and the Discovery Channel also released a new and very weird trailer for the week-long event.
A review of Discovery’s Killing Fields, a series about the murder of Eugenie Boisfontaine, which is being investigated by retired detective Rodie Sanchez.
The Discovery Channel has doubled the number of episodes for its cold case, true crime reality series Killing Fields.
Both a producer and a star of the Discovery Channel’s Dual Survival have defended the show’s seventh season changes, especially the casting of primitive survivalist Bill McConnell, whose approach has irritated some of the show’s fans.
McConnell and Grady Powell, best known for being a cast member on National Geographic Channel’s now-cancelled Ultimate Survival Alaska, replaced fan-favorites Matt Graham and Joseph Teti, who’ve been on the past three seasons.
It was in a diner in New York City’s West Village that the Discovery Channel’s first true-crime, real-time reality series Killing Fields took form. Actually, it was multiple diners, and the people sitting across the table from each other were an Emmy-winning writer of Homicide: Life on the Street and an executive producer of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
The Discovery Channel enters the true-crime docuseries arena tonight with The Killing Fields, which debuts at 10 p.m. ET and follows an investigation into a cold case from 1997: the murder of graduate student Eugenie Boisfontaine.