Even though fans of “The Soup” mostly know about “Gold Rush Alaska” via its generous use of the term “glory hole,” the show is about real people risking it all in the hope of striking it rich, just like the people who traveled to California to do the same in the mid-1800s.
Monday February 20: ‘Basketball Wives‘ (8pm on VH1) **Season Premiere** Record Now The strong, independent and sexy ladies of VH1’s “Basketball Wives” are back for a fourth season. The ladies open up a new chapter in their lives in New York City as they recover from last season’s fall-outs and welcome two new cast members, […]
Monday October 24: ‘Monster In-Laws‘ (10pm on A&E) **Series Premiere** Record Now In-laws: most people have them … and sometimes, they can be a whole lot more than a newlywed bargained for. A&E Network shines a light on married couples dealing with meddling in-laws as they try to make peace with the help of an […]
It might be cold in Alaska, but as a location for non-scripted reality series, the nation’s 49th state is red-hot. TV’s latest Alaska-based reality show is this new one from History Channel, “Mounted in Alaska,” announced Monday by the cable channel. Scheduled to premiere April 7, this series is not about mounted policemen (they’re Canadian […]
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – In one of the first episodes of the “Gold Rush: Alaska” Discovery Channel series, miners hoping to strike gold kill a bear near their camp. The killing was unwarranted, even though the shooter had a license and a non-resident black-bear tag, the state Department of Natural Resources said. In a letter to […]
Discovery Channel’s retooling of “American Chopper” has increased the show’s mileage. In its new guise –- now titled “American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior” –- the show last week scored its highest ratings since 2004. Last Monday night’s episode attracted 3.16 million viewers, Discovery said –- which bodes well for the show’s season finale airing this […]