Behind the scenes of Dating Around, the Netflix series that follows one person going on five blind dates.
In this edition of The Confessional, Aiyanna Maciel writes about her appreciation for Netflix’s The Final Table—and her disappointment with its outcome.
One person has five first dates on Dating Around, which gives us multiple episodes with queer people of color dating other queer people of color. That shouldn’t be remarkable, but it is.
Marie Kondo brings her organizational strategies to people’s homes, and to reality TV.
Two groups of talented artists, two showcases for their talent, two very different reality shows.
Netflix’s new culinary competition is MasterChef on a spaceship without the charm.
To promote his new Netflix show, Hasan Minhaj went clothes shopping with Queer Eye’s Tan France. Watching them interact for 10 minutes is pure joy.
An interview with Samin Nosrat, the James Beard award-winning chef and author of Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat.
The Netflix series tells the story of Justin Johnson’s life, today and before Alyssa Edwards.
A review of BBC Two’s Million Pound Menu, which is now on Netflix.
Nailed It season two is still a genre-ignoring pile of exuberance and silliness, but Cooking on High is about as useful as a wet joint.
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.