All of the reality shows and documentary specials airing this week, including the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion.
11 Thanksgiving day reality TV marathons that should get you through a day with your family.
Unscripted TV premiering this week includes specials focusing on Jim Jones, Bill Clinton, presidents and the FBI, the cave rescue in Thailand, and more.
The premieres of three holiday baking shows, plus two special Truck Night in America episodes and Netflix’s new doc series Westside are all ahead.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta are back, and so is Ann Curry. New reality shows this week include another Married at First Sight spin-off, a natural history show about big cats, the Ultimate Thanksgiving Challenge.
The Crocodile Hunter is back on TV in advance of the new series Crikey! It’s the Irwins. Also new: Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island, and the dating series Ready to Love.
What’s ahead in reality TV this week.
A short film following Sandra Lee’s battle with breast cancer, a new season of Chopped Champions, and a show based on Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat are among the reality shows and documentaries debuting this week.
A RuPaul’s Drag Race queen’s new Netflix show premieres along with Dancing with the Stars Juniors, plus 11 other shows that don’t involve kids dancing.
This round-up includes profiles of Rose McGowan and Kristin Cavallari; Trixie Mattel saying she hates Drag Race; and what an investigation into Mark Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks found about its workplace culture.
The Voice, Dancing with the Stars, Survivor, and Hell’s Kitchen all premiere new seasons this week. Plus: Will Smith jumps out of a helicopter live on his birthday.
Also premiering this week: Rashida Jones’ Netflix documentary about her dad, Quincy Jones, and Tom Arnold’s The Hunt for the Trump Tapes.
From Flipping Out to The Circus, almost two dozen new and returning shows are premiering this week—or premiered last week.
Here’s your look at reality TV debuts for the week ahead—including Labor Day weekend.
Among other debuts: The Contender returns, Buzzfeed reporters get their own show, and Zach Holmes’ Too Stupid To Die lands on MTV.