Fox’s new game show The Floor has a really creative, fun way of quizzing its contestants and moving them through the game—though it does make a few odd choices.
Stars on Mars sends 12 celebrities/reality stars to an impressive faux Mars habitat, but the format and premiere are both thinner than Mars’ atmosphere.
Post-Super Bowl, Fox is premiering Gordon Ramsay’s Next Level Chef season 2, which incredibly features a former NFL player who played for both the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs. Is this season better than last? Well…
Fox’s new Special Forces: The World’s Toughest Test sends celebrities into special forces training. During a TCA press conference, Mel B. explained the appeal.
In this Ask Andy, a thought experiment about Big Brother, plus questions about Fox’s Domino Masters, Hollywood Game Night, and Relative Race
Fox’s Domino Masters shares half its name with Lego Masters, and there’s a good reason: they both have the same frustrating failure to focus on the creative process, though they do have wildly creative contestants building amazing things.
Having celebrities on a Fox reality TV show, The Real Dirty Dancing, recreate iconic moments from a beloved movie may not be necessary, but as a reality TV show, it works.