The creator and showrunner of The Roku Channel Fight to Survive, now airing on The Roku Channel, talks about the rules for fights and the idea behind the show itself—plus what it has in common with Stranded with a Million Dollars.
On the new Fight to Survive—airing on The CW before streaming on Roku Channel—players fight each other for gear and resources, so violence becomes a strategy.
In this Ask Andy, a question about Chopped’s summer 2021 set change, and the return of The CW’s Killer Camp season 2.
Netflix’s School of Chocolate and The CW’s Great Chocolate Showdown (a Canadian show) are both competitions with chocolate at their center, but one is average while the other mostly excels.
March, which is on The CW right now, follows a marching band at an HBCU that knows how to put on a great show. The show has compelling characters, but is not yet up to the standard Cheer or Last Chance U have set.
Killer Camp, the second season of the horror-themed reality competition, was unceremoniously dispatched, and not at all in an entertaining way like this photo.
Taskmaster’s dumb challenges inspire a lot of creativity and humor, and the show really grew on me. The CW is starting to air Taskmaster season 8 in the United States, and seasons 1 to 7 are also free on YouTube.