I interviewed the Simpsons. "Unpossible," you say?
What reality show wouldn’t benefit by featuring a man who teaches would-be models with precise instructions like: “Walk as though you’re walking through hell in gasoline-soaked pajamas.”
I’d like to propose a new reality series that is like "Big Brother" meets "Survivor." I call it: “Who’s Bolder In Boulder?”
In some clips, you can see a thief kick his way out of the rear window and run really fast (but not fast enough), and a thief who tells the cops: “Hey, I don’t know whose car it is.” Points for honesty.
Since this is a family newspaper, I didn't want the Express censor to redact my recap.
For the most part, TV’s “Meltdown” is a shortened version of the live show: Ray and Nanjiani tell jokes and talk to the audience, followed by short stand-up sets.
I was working for National Geographic when the original “Sharknado” aired and asked myself that very question. My intern and I did research. Here’s what we found.
On "Married at First Sight," three brides and grooms legally wed “without ever having met” beforehand. Sounds so crazy you know it must be a reality series.
Drs. Dubrow and Nassif do excellent fix-ups. And don’t worry, the show won’t encourage needless plastic surgery.
Does “Drunk History” trivialize history? Or is it the MOST UNEXPECTEDLY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON TV?