Besides the start of RHOBH’s reunion, there’s a new game show for couples hosted by Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen, plus documentaries about Rachel Dolezal and Wendell Berry.
Recommendations, round-ups, and other lists of reality TV shows and news about unscripted entertainment.
Also this week: an obstacle course spin-off for Forged in Fire, plus a new season of Netflix’s Dope and an entire week of weed-themed shows on Viceland because of 4/20.
Also this week: Chef’s Table and Worst Cooks in America return, Bravo shows Southern Charm New Orleans and Sell it Like Serhant debut, and more.
Also: Fixer Upper airs its last episode ever; Alton Brown returns with Iron Chef Gauntlet; Southern Charm and Little People, Big World both return; and more reality TV premieres for this week.
A look at reality TV and documentary debuts this week, including a series on which Marcia Clark investigates old cases; a documentary about Garry Shandling; and Ice-T’s wonderfully named new show, In Ice Cold Blood.
The week ahead also includes new seasons of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Braxton Family Values, and Little Women: LA.
Deal or No Deal is coming back, Sir David Attenborough will narrate a series about animal dynasties, and a lot more.
There are more than 15 shows debuting this week, including a Neil Patrick Harris-hosted game show, a new Teen Mom, and a new show with Miami Ink and NY Ink stars.
Next Sunday, it’s the return of American Ninja Warrior: USA vs. The World—oh, and American Idol.
The Olympics and Celebrity Big Brother are over, but here come several big premieres, including Survivor and The Voice.