Paramount Network says it won’t air season 33 of Cops, and WGN America will stop airing reruns after this month. But you can still stream Cops 24/7.
Among this week’s premieres are a new seasons of Netflix’s Dating Around, History’s Alone, TLC’s 90Day Fiance: The Other Way, and Ghost Adventures.
America’s Got Talent, Match Game, World of Dance, Titan Games, and several other big summer shows return this week, along with premieres on cable and streaming.
The Bachelorette and Love Island were scheduled to premiere this week, but they aren’t. However, there are several competitions, and even a new dating show, premiering this week.
Somehow, this week will bring us the conclusion of the 40th season of Survivor. It feels like just yesterday I was in my apartment in Chicago watching that first episode; that was almost 20 years ago, and 39 finales, from… continue reading
It’s your Monday morning briefing with all the reality show premieres for this week, May 4 to 10, 2020. That includes several virtual reunions and reality shows, and some regular ones, too.
Among this week’s reality TV premieres: A new Disney+ show looks at props and sets from iconic Disney things, while Robert Irvine checks in with restaurants remotely on a new Restaurant Impossible Special.
Also premiering this week: Celebrity Drag Race; a show with Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela; and the premiere of Jane Goodall: The Hope.
This week’s premieres also include a regular season of Deadliest Catch, the return of Songland on NBC, HGTV’s Celebrity IOU, and TLC’s Dragnificent.
Reviews of Quibi’s reality shows and game shows, including Murder House Flip, Chrissy’s Court, Dishmantled, Punk’d, and Singled Out.
Reality TV premieres include The Circle France, Chopped’s “Beat the Judge” episodes, and a new comedy competition with Wayne Brady.
This week in reality TV, besides several marathons, we’ll get new seasons of Nailed It!, The Challenge, The Real Housewives of New York City, and other reality shows.
Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum return to TV along with chef Vivian Howard, The Kardashians, and The Great Food Truck Race.
A few recommendations for happiness-inducing things to watch, from Judi Dench to excellent shows from Starz, which is offering show free to non-subscribers.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, and many other non-Atlanta-based reality shows are premiering this week.