There will be more reality TV on broadcast networks this fall, including the return of Survivor and a second season of The Bachelorette. But those are just some of the many announcements made this past week. Highlights from the upfronts.
Where to watch the 2021 Oscar documentary feature and short film nominees, which are all streaming online in various places.
In my interview with new-ish Magical Elves CEOs Jo Sharon and Casey Kriley, they talked about their vision for the company, developing shows like Netflix’s Nailed It and Best Leftovers Ever, and what TV networks want production companies to pitch to them.
RuPaul’s Drag Race, Cheer, Leah Remini, and Queer Eye were among the Emmy winners. During one of the Emmy broadcasts, Jeff Probst highlighted the work of Survivor’s production crew.
The Television Critics Association announced the winners of its 2020 TCA Awards, including Watchmen, Schitt’s Creek, Succession, and A Black Lady Sketch Show.
Scripted shows are not yet back in production. But reality TV is, filming in the U.S. and internationally. Besides Big Brother, there’s Love Island, Shark Tank, American Ninja Warrior, Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Bargain Mansions, and Impractical Jokers, among other shows.
Love is Blind, Cheer, Tiger King, We’re Here, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Queer Eye, Shark Tank, Top Chef, and The Masked Singer are among this year’s unscripted Emmy nominees.