The original 90 Day Fiancé returns soon; since its last season premiered, there have been four spin-offs of the hit TLC reality show.
A review of While You Were Out, which is back after 16 years, with pairs of designers from Trading Spaces and HGTV surprising someone with a redesigned space.
Discovery’s family of networks—including TLC, ID, and Discovery—announced four upcoming reality TV specials today.
There will be two cuts of each episode of the rebooted version of TLC’s While You Were Out: one for TLC, and one for HGTV.
Reviews of TLC’s Spouse House, where singles have to get married or are evicted, and Bravo’s A Night With My Ex, on which former partners reconnect.
Over the long weekend, there were several developments in the story of Josh Duggar’s molestation of his sisters and the family’s reaction to it. The Duggars’ TLC series, 19 Kids and Counting, remains off the air but has not been… continue reading
TLC has pulled 19 Kids and Counting off its schedule but not cancelled the series after its stars, the Duggars, admitted their oldest son, Josh, molested younger girls when he was a teenager. When the family learned of it, they… continue reading
19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar, 27, molested five underage girls when he was a teenager, including his sisters, according to a police report. The family knew but didn’t go to police, who only investigated after Oprah’s staff went… continue reading
Sunday night, opposite the Golden Globes, TLC will air a one-hour reality TV special called My Husband’s Not Gay, which the network described as a show about “some Mormons who live their lives… a little differently. There are some men who… continue reading
After two episodes, Breaking Amish is facing questions about its authenticity as a series that purports to show Amish and Mennoite people leaving their communities. The debut earned ratings higher than that of TLC’s Here Comes Honey Boo Boo. TLC… continue reading
Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro and his co-star Anthony Bellifemine, aka Cousin Anthony, have apologized to RuPaul’s Drag Race finalist Carmen Carrera for their comments on Monday’s episode of his TLC series about the transgender person. During the episode, Anthony… continue reading
On New Year’s Day, The New York Times’ Brian Stelter published a fascinating profile of publicist Laurie Goldberg, who’s the executive vice president of public relations for both Discovery and TLC. She manages the often controversial network’s publicity efforts by… continue reading
A cast member on TLC’s Next Great Baker killed himself in October, but the show, hosted by Cake Boss Buddy Valastro, only revealed Wesley Durden, a 29-year-old father of two, was dead after his elimination on last night’s episode. It… continue reading
TLC announced yesterday that it had ordered a 13-episode series following Southwest Airlines employees and passengers–exactly like an A&E series did back in 2004 and 2005. The show is even produced by the same company. The new series will be… continue reading
Two new competition series will bring back people from other reality shows to compete: one pits couponers against one another, while lets D-list stars cook. In late December, TLC will debut Extreme Couponing All-Stars, on which 12 hoarders–I mean, couponers–will… continue reading