WE tv’s reality show about brides turning into monsters is back. But does it document or perpetuate that kind of awful behavior?
A&E airs some great, authentic shows. And it also airs nonsense that pretends to be authentic.
This is the second summer CBS reality series produced by Mark Burnett that sounds like an NBC show.
Happy anniversary, Mister Rogers. And thank you for everything you did for me.
Love After Lockup’s ratings growth has earned it a second season, and possibly specials and a spin-off.
CBS new show The World’s Best will have 53 judges, but otherwise sounds like America’s Got Talent.
An interview with Puppy Bowl rufferee Dan Schachner, who talks about the show’s mission to save animals in shelters—and how it’s expanding this year with the Dog Bowl.
This week’s episode of The Four: Battle for Stardom was taped last week, so Charlie Walk will be on Thursday’s episode despite being fired after two women said he sexually harassed them at work.
The Rod Serling and Leonard Nimoy-hosted paranormal series from the 1970s is coming back—again.
A review of E!’s Citizen Rose, a two-hour documentary about Rose McGowan’s activism, art, and pain.
The production companies behind Staten Island Hustle say that the arrest of nine cast and crew members at airport security was a “misunderstanding.”
Five networks will air Blue Planet II on Saturday. I asked the producers how they construct human-like narratives out of footage of animals.
The group was working for Endemol Shine and “covertly filmed” a “fake explosive device” in luggage as it went through security in Newark.
A review of Relative Success with Tabatha, Tabatha Coffey’s new Bravo show on which she helps struggling businesses, but it isn’t quite like her previous series—starting with the fact that she hugs someone.
Cat Deeley interviewed 113 people, and then interviewed them again one year later after they’d transformed their lives—or not. An interview with her about her new show.
An interview with The Circus and Chain of Command showrunner Scott Boggins about filming behind the scenes of the war on terror.
The Amazing Race host Phil Keoghan is the new host of National Geographic’s Explorer, and will be hosting a 20-episode season of the iconic series.
There will soon be “a realness on E! that you haven’t seen in a while.” An interview with the executive responsible for that change.
Undercover High, which sends adults into high schools to find out what’s going on, has all the right pieces: an important social issue, public education, that needs more public discussion and attention, and a prime-time series is a great place to start; a polished production, with efficient storytelling and smooth editing; and charismatic young stars, both the 20-somethings who are pretending to be high school students and some of the actual high school students themselves.
Showtime will go behind the scenes with politicians and journalists in upcoming series.