It's always tough to say farewell to the sun and fun of summer. But, the return of popular shows like "This Is Us" and "NCIS" always helps to ease the pain. And, when you add exciting soon-to-be hits like "Young Sheldon" and "The Brave," we're ready to break out our favorite sweaters and add pumpkin […]
“Ink Master” and “Tattoo Nightmares” are making their mark on Spike TV audiences.
Anyone who's ever endured a home renovation will love this idea: A reality show that goes after contractors who do slipshod work and then forces them to go back and make it right. Adam Carolla hosts.
Stars come out to honor Eddie Murphy in L.A. Details …
A television network is starting a competition this fall to award a fortified bunker to a family who believes the end of the world is near.
Who doesn't love a good prison show? As A&E's "Breakout Kings" returns, we take an inventory of TV's jailhouse hits.
When producers of Spike TV's "Repo Games" set out to shoot tonight's new episodes, they never imagined there'd be actual shots fired. "The way we always go out is to plan for the worst but hope for the best," executive producer SallyAnn Salsano ("Jersey Shore") told XfinityTV.com. "But that was one of those kinds of […]
Shows about storage units, pawn shops, auctions and artifacts in your attic continue to explode. And we're proud to say: We told you so! We first noted this rapidly growing, "unscripted" subgenre last March, when we took an inventory and came up with about 20 shows (starting with the granddaddy of them all, "Antiques Roadshow") […]
If there is a faster-growing category of TV shows out there now than all of these series you're seeing about the buying and selling of other people's second-hand stuff, then we haven't heard about it. How could there be? This one has just exploded recently, becoming so ubiquitous that you can't help encountering a show […]
How much will you give me for this new show about a pawn shop? It's just the latest in a growing number of unscripted series you might be tempted to group into a category we like to call "second-hand TV." (And if anyone can think of a better name for all these shows about the […]