The Repair Shop—a BBC series that’s available via Netflix, and on which objects are restored—is charming, warm, and set in a barn. In other words, it’s perfect.
Sharon Osbourne told Howard Stern X Factor auditions were “fucking karaoke” and said Simon Cowell “will do whatever he has to do to get that fucking fat face on TV.”
An interview with Spencer Sutherland, the fist American artist to compete as a finalist on The X Factor UK—and the first person voted out this season.
ITV2’s Bromans is a reality competition series that has eight men in thongs—and their girlfriends—compete in gladiator-style challenges.
Channel 4’s social experiment reality show Eden ended this month. For some reason, several U.S. publications lied to their readers about what happened.
BBC America will be air three seasons of Dragon’s Den, while Esquire will show the original Sasuke Ninja Warrior competitions starting Labor Day weekend.
Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson apologizes for using the n-word in a clip from the show, having previously denied that he used it. In an unbroadcast take from a 2013 episode, Clarkson chooses between two cars using a children’s counting rhyme: completes the “eeny, meeny, miny, moe; catch a teacher by his toe.” But footage …