A preview of reality TV premieres—and one bittersweet ending for a wonderful show.
Recommendations, round-ups, and other lists of reality TV shows and news about unscripted entertainment.
MTV’s Are You The One returns with a new twist; Bachelor in Paradise is back; Robot Wars comes to Science Channel, and more reality TV premieres.
From Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman’s new competition Making It to a spin-off of 90 Day Fiance, here are the 20 reality shows scheduled to premiere this week.
VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race, and the new CBS series Pink Collar Crimes are among the show’s returning this week.
Find out what reality shows are debuting this week and next.
Also returning this week: MTV Floribama Shore’s drinking and partying, and PBS’ POV’s free, acclaimed documentaries, which starts with a movie that followed one family for eight years.
Summer has arrived, the days are long, I’m sweating, and reality television offers plenty of reasons to stay inside: almost 20 reality shows debut or return this week.
These five stories—and two bonus stories!—offer insight into reality TV shows and how they’re produced. They’re worth your time. Enjoy—and if you come across a must-read story, or you’ve written one, my inbox is always open! The Most Hated Bachelor in America Explains Himself Rebecca Nelson profiles Arie Luyendyk Jr. for GQ, and covers everything from… continue reading
26 reality shows debut this week, including Chopped (with Martha Stewart), The $100,000 Pyramid, Food Network Star, Who’s Line is it Anyway?.
American Ninja Warrior, Beat Shazam, America’s Got Talent and other big summer shows are among those making their returns this week.
Bachelorette 2 star Meredith Phillips said on Reality Steve’s podcast that she was given a drug and sexually assaulted during production.
Ahead this week: Rose McGowan’s E! series returns, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding will be preceded by several specials, and there’s a new crafting challenge for kids.
For Alone season five, History is bringing back 10 previous contestants to see who can survive the longest in Northern Mongolia.
The month-long Vanderpump Rules reunion starts tonight, the producers of Big Brother bring back their live stunt series, and more reality TV debuting this week.
American Idol and Dancing with the Stars: Athletes are airing shorter-than-usual seasons, and they’re wonderful. Time for other reality competitions to follow.