Disney+ is reviving The Quest for season 2, and the producers of The Amazing Race are also creating a new series, set in Europe, that involves travel and puzzles.
One of 2014’s best reality series, and the best scripted/reality hybrid show to air so far, is on Netflix, but only until mid-May. Watch The Quest now.
In an open letter to the show’s fans, the producers of ABC’s The Quest have launched a campaign to save the show from cancellation. After citing campaigns from shows such as Chuck and Firefly where fans sent things to the… continue reading
A pre-season promo for The Quest showed the order of elimination of all of the contestants, and no one appears to have noticed until now. The footage shows the paladins kneeling and lifting their heads, a moment that happens in the finale after Lina won… continue reading
The Quest leaves as its own kind of hero: a flawed and imperfect series that had a lot of battles to fight but whose producers graciously accepted the challenge and easily achieved victory.
Douglas Tait is one of the stars of The Quest, and is heavily involved in tonight’s two-hour finale of the epic ABC reality series, but you will never see his face on screen. That’s because he’s an actor who plays three… continue reading
In an article for HitFix, I explore ABC’s string of summer reality gambles–The Glass House, Whodunnit?, and now The Quest–and the network’s weird failure to give the shows support to grow. For The Quest, that meant ABC president Paul Lee greenlighting the show… continue reading
One of the reasons why episode three of The Quest hooked me on the series was because the game started to show depth: In the midst of a fantastic immunity challenge, the Paladins finally emerged from their shell-shocked, we’re-in-a-fantasy-movie mode and truly got competitive, giving… continue reading
An interview with the producers of ABC’s The Quest about how the show—and its fictional world, Everealm—were created.
The Quest debuted last night with its introduction of a fictional story and a real-life competition. While the production values were incredibly strong, the episode had a lot of hurdles to overcome, such as introducing the cast of fictional people and… continue reading
At long last, a show has succeeded in finding the right balance in combining fiction and reality TV.
Fifteen years ago, just before Survivor forever changed reality television, The Blair Witch Project blurred reality and fiction and spawned a new trend in horror films. It wasn’t just that the film presented itself as found footage, but there was an entire mythology presented in a… continue reading