Adriano Zumbo will judge a competition produced by Top Chef producers Magical Elves; Great British Baking Show producers Love Productions will try to reinvent the docu-soap with a musical series; and a cooking-with-weed show will have 10-minute episodes.
A review of Netflix’s new documentary reality series about the mysterious case of a pizza delivery man who robbed a bank and then was killed by a collar bomb.
My new reality TV competition obsession from the UK has amateur designers redecorating rooms in buildings already blanketed with history.
Nicole Byer hosts Netflix’s wonderful baking competition, which dispenses with the usual reality TV chicanery and phony, hyperbolic stakes, and just has fun.
Netflix has quickly renewed two of its newest reality shows, Queer Eye and Nailed It, for second seasons.
A review of the Netflix and BBC show The Big Family Cooking Showdown, which will invite you in from the cold, and wrap you in a warm blanket of food and family.
Netflix renewed its competition series Ultimate Beastmaster, and is also producing a new competition, Flinch, that subjects its contestants to pain designed to scare them.
The Big Family Cooking Showdown sounds like it could be the title of another generic Food Network show, but it’s not: it’s a new competition from the UK, and it’s debuting on Netflix today.
Netflix’s Terrace House: Boys & Girls in the City and Terrace House: Aloha State are reminders of early reality TV—and of our role in reality TV today.
Reviews of the Netflix documentary series The Keepers and the Serial podcast S-Town, both of which are extraordinary works of narrative nonfiction.
In 10 days, Netflix debuts its seven-party series The Keepers, which explores a young nun’s murder and may be the next Making a Murderer.
The Netflix documentary Hot Girls Wanted has inspired a new six-episode documentary reality series, Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On, which debuts in April.
Netflix’s first reality competition series, Ultimate Beastmaster, arrived today. While it owes a lot to NBC’s American Ninja Warrior, it turns out that the genius part of the show’s business strategy turns out to be its best creative move, too. The draw here is not Sylvester Stallone, who appears in the trailer and the introduction, monotoning his way through some scripted lines before evaporating, but rather… continue reading
Netflix’s The White Rabbit Project will reunite Mythbusters stars Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant Imahara, who will not be busting myths.
Both Amazon’s Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse and Netflix’s Chef’s Table: France will debut on the exact same day in September.