Tirdy Works, a new reality show on truTV, has non-stop moose turd puns but also a lot of warmth and heart. It’s the shit, and I highly recommend it.
Michael Carbonaro talks about production and editing of The Carbonoaro Effect, on which unsuspecting members of the public see him do magic tricks.
Two years ago, truTV warmed the holidays with Santas in the Barn, a good-natured, witty, joyous Christmas-themed competition that kept the spirit of goofy, fun competition series alive after King of the Nerds was unceremoniously cancelled earlier that year.
But what happened to it? Why wasn’t there a Santas in the Barn season two?
I asked truTV President Chris Linn
At Home with Amy Sedaris is my favorite new series of the fall because it’s simple and wonderful: sly satire mixed with ludicrous insanity.
South Beach Tow’s Bernice has been hired as Miami Jackson High School in south Florida, becoming the state’s first female football team head coach. Her assistant coach, and this is real, is 2 Live Crew’s Luther Campbell, who had a VH1 reality show, Luke’s Parental Advisory.
December has brought an unexpected gift: truTV’s joyous competition Santas in the Barn. It rekindles the spirit of King of the Nerds, and shares some of the same producers and all of the frivolity and attention to detail.
I did not watch all eight episodes of Fake Off, but I watched most of them, and I still have no idea what a “fake” is. But I’m pretty sure the judges and competitors had no idea, either. A lot of these performances would have been terrific on America’s Got Talent, whose judges know how to give feedback …