An interview with the casting director of shows such as Legendary, Love Trip: Paris, and Hulu’s new Living for the Dead, about how he and his team find underrepresented people to cast on reality shows.
Hulu’s new cooking competition Secret Chef has a sassy animated hat as host and locks its contestants away to cook and judge each other in secret.
Hulu’s Drag Me to Dinner presents itself as a wacky competition, but it’s more scripted bits with some unscripted moments.
Hulu’s The 1619 Project is designed to make us feel discomfort, in part because it’s tearing down myths that we’ve been told.
My thoughts on three new (or new-ish) holiday-themed reality competitions: Peacock’s Baking It, Hulu’s Candified: Home for the Holidays; and Food Network’s Buddy vs. Duff Holiday.
Netflix’s new Best Leftovers Ever is a calmer and more competent version of Nailed It, while Britain’s Best Home Cook is a new show for Bake-Off’s Mary Berry but doesn’t live up to its predecessor. Yet both have plenty to enjoy.
“What exactly is American food? And what makes us American?” Padma asks at the start of every episode of her Hulu series Taste the Nation, which highlights American foods and the people who make these quintessential dishes.