It’s a light week of reality TV premieres this last week of February, but among the shows premiering are new seasons of The Voice and Jersey Shore Family Vacation.
Recommendations, round-ups, and other lists of reality TV shows and news about unscripted entertainment.
Among this week’s premieres are a game show version of Hot Ones, a new season of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, and a Netflix series about babies.
No, it’s not 2005 again, but these early reality TV shows are all premiering this week, from Survivor’s 40th season, Winners at War, to the return of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
Summer House, Shahs of Sunset, Lego Masters, a Survivor special, a Chopped spin-off, a new Below Deck, and so much more.
Christian Siriano’s sassy quips, “A Little Bit Alexis,” and the end of a great sitcom are all sparking joy for me this week.
Besides the Super Bowl, coming up on TV this week are Netflix’s version of Project Runway, new seasons of I Am Jazz and Miz and Mrs, and more.
This week’s unscripted TV premieres include the TV debut of The Cave, the Oscar-nominated documentary, the return of The Circus, and Netflix’s look at Gwyneth Paltrow’s empire.
In this week’s look at what’s ahead in reality TV: Netflix’s The Circle is ending its first season and a new natural history documentary series is starting.
What I’m grateful for in reality TV this week, from a moment on Jeopardy! to an Oscar-nominated director’s reality TV habits.
This week, Catfish and Ink Master are both back with new twists, K9 teams from Live PD will compete, and a former cast member returns to Love & Hip Hop: Miami.
This year, I’m going to practice noticing more about what I love about reality TV, and sharing those things with you.
2020 will bring many new and returning reality shows to television and streaming services, from The Circle to Dr. Pimple Popper, Supernannny to Naked and Afraid: Alone.
Restaurant: Impossible, Flirty Dancing, and Food Network Challenge are among the shows premiering before the calendar turns to 2020.
Seven terrific stories about reality TV shows, stars, and the genre itself. Plus: Eight bonus news stories and quick reads.
Besides the season finales of several reality shows, there’s a new season of Love & Hip Hop: New York, a new Very Brady Renovation special, and a show about service animals.