Summer is often the time when networks abandon their original programs that are awkward, sad, and very funny, ranging from gay people who travel at sea in writing to small competitions. (Netflix even merged the two categories below with it It's too hot to Manage.)
Now that Netflix is getting into the reality show game, the genre is more popular than ever. HBO Max will launch on May 27 with new original shows too. And of course the four major networks contain their own tentpole virtual summer plans.
Despite the delay and cancellation due to COVID-19, (we'll remember, Bachelor in Paradise) the summer of 2020 brings an abundance of genuine wild, trash, and reality shows. Below, we've rounded up the seven we're most excited about – or at least the ones that sound the most to the killers.
Bakeaway Camp with Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart's new bakery competition is "a unique retreat, a part-time baking camp and a summer camp-themed competition with a cash prize," according to broadcast call. Six head protestors enter the "Bhakaaway Camp" to compete for challenges outside the camp, with the opportunity to be privately trained in Martha's kitchen (inside). At the very least, this should escalate into new episodes of Great British Baking Show our head.
Premieres on the food network May 11.
Penn and Teller: Grief
Penn & Teller is bringing some fun to this stage competition game, now entering its seventh season. Instead of competing against each other for the grand prize, the magicians simply cheated on Penn & Teller. If the duo can't figure out how to do that, the winner gets a medal and a trip to Las Vegas for the Penn & Teller. It's so fun to watch Penn & Teller try to show the contestants that they know how that trick is made without giving away a secret, but it's also fun to watch how happy those super magicians are when they are deceived.
Premieres on The CW on May 15.
Football brothers J.J., T.J. and the next competitive exhibition of Derek Watt, in which players enter an obstacle course while avoiding being marked by "professional buyers." (What is a valid tagger? It is not clean.) Like Clear it blends in American Gladiator meets, well, the tag game, Tag Ultimate it has everything to make the summer program all the more fun: dumb ass, bitter senses, and reputable broadcasters who look like they're having a blast.
Premieres on Fox on May 20th.
Holey Moley 2: Sequel
There is no better way to describe it Holey Moley than Rob Riggle's introduction during the previous speech: “Yes, this is a golf tournament itself. And yes, you're on a great time with a ridiculous budget. ”
ABC premiere on May 21st.
A labor of love
If you have Clare Crawley's hole in your heart after ABC kicks off the 39-year season The Bachelorette, Fox & # 39; s A labor of love it may help to fill. Managed by Sex with the CityCharlotte herself, Kristin Davis, follows a dating game The
Premieres on Fox on May 21st.
Hosted by the famous YouTuber Lauren Riihimaki (aka LaurDIY), this competitive art show from HBO Max operates 9-year-old DIY-ers and creative challenges. It looks like a kid-friendly version of Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler Make It Do It.Each episode features three creative children, one of which will win $ 5,000 and a "craft-trophy-a" (There are many ways that work smart.) As one striker in the trailer puts it, $ 5,000 will buy "more art."
Primeeres on HBO Max on May 27.
RuPaul's Race & # 39; s Drag All Stars
Looks like we can't go to the moon without a new one Drag Race content, but who complains? The fifth season of the hit Hud run & # 39; s championship game is set to air on Showtime this summer, bringing back former competitors to compete All Stars crown. Mama Ru has yet to announce which queen is returning for season five, but that hasn't stopped fans from speculating!
Premieres on Showtime on June 5.