Reality dating shows 2016 list
24 shows Competing for prizes 74 shows Talent competitions 30 shows Dating and love 39 shows Family 35 shows Autobiographical 18 shows Ridiculous people 28 shows Life improvement 44 shows Businesses and careers 8 shows Hidden camera and trickery 9 shows Wives You don’t necessarily need talent to live on an island or in a group house for three months and walk away with tons of cash, but you do need to have some sort of strategy. That question has kept millions of viewers coming back to these social experiments for 15 years.
Among a handful of other melodramatic concerns in her life, now the heroine must reckon with the return of her previously lost love...and finally settle fans’ debate between Rafael and Michael. (FX) Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement's charmingly bizarre 2014 mockumentary about a group of vampires living together in New Zealand gets reworked for TV and transferred to America. (NBC) Michael Shur’s latest workplace comedy is set in a bar -- well, a makeshift bar run out of a woman’s backyard -- and the shenanigans that goes on there among bartenders and their patrons. (CBS All Access) Excitement for Jordan Peele's Twilight Zone reboot has been swirling since the second it was announced back in 2017, and as more of the details emerge like the great castings and Peele as our new Rod Serling, it only confirms our assumptions that this will easily be one of the most enchanting series of the year. (Sundance TV) This drama follows the tragic medical emergency that broke out in Canada in the '80s when thousands of people were accidentally infected with blood carrying HIV and Hepatitis C. (Netflix) The dark, witchy drama is already back for its second season, just a little over six months after its initial premiere, finding the titular witch (Kiernan Shipka) uncovering the truth behind her family's mysterious, supernatural past. (Cinemax) Adapted from martial arts master Bruce Lee's writings, this new crime drama is set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the 1800s, following a young, emerging martial artist’s experience during the historic Tong Wars. trilogy made its way to American screens this January via Sundance Now and Shudder, and now its eight episodes get a marquee simulcast airing on AMC and BBC America.The show tracks an initially reluctant but eventually passionate alliance between a witch (Teresa Palmer) and a vampire (Matthew Goode) as they race to unravel the secrets of a mysterious book. (Showtime) The drama from Lena Waithe (Master of None) about four strangers whose lives become interconnected in the South Side of Chicago returns for its second season this spring -- finding the four main characters, Brandon, Emmett, Kevin, and Ronnie dealing with familial traumas and the effects of incarceration. (BBC America) The riveting Sandra Oh spy drama following her character Eve, an MI5 security officer, and Jodie Comer's assassin Villanelle's equal obsession with one another is back for Season 2. (Free Form) A continuation of the peaks and valleys in the lives and careers of three young women who work together for a major magazine.It tracks the story of a reluctant alliance between a witch (Palmer) and a vampire (Goode), who must unravel the secrets of a mysterious book. (Netflix) Dynamic comedy duo Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return as the titular characters in this family comedy about two women who discover late in life their husbands are romantically involved. (Showtime) This cynical, comedic look at the market crash in 1987 stars Don Cheadle and Andrew Rannells as a group of newbies attempting to take Wall Street by storm during the tumultuous period. (Comedy Central) Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson's hilarious New York City-based comedy has one final season wrapping up their unconditional love friendship storylines. Now as an adult, her lawyer mother takes on a case surrounding the crimes of an African militia leader that causes her to examine her past and where she came from more closely. (Netflix) The final six episodes of Tina Fey’s oddball sitcom about a woman who was once trapped in an underground cult arrive this January. (TNT) A miniseries based on writer Fauna Hodel’s autobiography, telling the story of a teenage girl who was left at a Nevada casino as a baby and connects with an investigative reporter (Chris Pine) in her young adulthood to uncover the seemingly seedy history of her birth mother’s past. As he travels across the world from London to identify her body, he finds that she may have lived a much different life than he had imagined, and takes to investigating her mysterious death. (BET) A spin-off of the popular 1992 Eddie Murphy starred comedy of the same name, this sequel series picks up to follow the lives of the characters’ from the flick’s children who are now all grown up. (You Tube Premium) This new anthology from Jordan Peele features unique and hilarious sci-fi inspired stories, with the likes of Awkwafina, Michael Cera, Laverne Cox, and many others joining in. (Amazon Prime) Lorena Bobbitt took the media by storm in the early '90s when she was on trial for taking her husband's abuse into her own hands by mutilating his genitals -- but now her story is set to be heard unlike ever before in a new four-part docuseries produced by Jordan Peele. is about 43 babies randomly and miraculously born to unconnected women in 1989, some of which are later taken in by a man who trains them in what he calls the Umbrella Academy, hoping they'll one day save the world from apocalypse.Will Ellie Kemper’s endearing Kimmy finally find love and adjust to New York City in the 21st century? (TBS) Steve Buscemi plays God in this supernatural comedy in which an angel at the bottom of the totem pole must work a miracle in order to prevent the Earth's destruction. Eventually becoming estranged, the children reunite as adults upon their adoptive father’s death, and attempt to discover the mystery of their existence.(Hulu) British comedian Aisling Bea created and stars in this series about a woman attempting to get her life back on track following a nervous breakdown by teaching an English language course to English-as-second-language speakers. (Netflix) The controversial Netflix teen drama is indeed onto Season 3, this time around switching things up entirely to focus on a new controversy: the supposed murder of the school bully. (Amazon Prime) Set in a Victorian-era world where magical creatures live among humans, but are displaced as marginalized immigrants, Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevigne play a human and fairy (respectively) caught up in a forbidden affair.
The series tracks their relationship, as well as the Bloom character's investigation into a malevolent force killing members of their society, making for a new kind of ambitious fantasy. (Netflix) It would be hard to forget Jim Henson's legendary original fantasy about the world of Thra, and now the story of the mystical Gelfings is picking back up in a new series for Netflix to satisfy all of your childhood yearnings.
Tobias Menzies and Helena Bonham Carter also join the ensemble.
(Showtime) Fifteen years after the original premiere of Showtime's lesbian drama The L Word, a spinoff series from Marja-Lewis Ryan is being launched with series creator Ilene Chaiken signed on to executive produce.
Big names like Helena Bonham Carter, Taron Egerton, Andy Samberg, and more voice the puppet cast. (Hulu) A dramatization of the early life and formation of the iconic rap group Wu-Tang Clan.
The group’s own RZA is in part at the helm of the show, and actors like Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore, and others star. (Showtime) Showtime is launching its own dating reality show, but of course with a somewhat different, more prestige form.
Expect it to dissect manners, morals, and the wide divide between new money and old in a breezy, bingeable way. (Comedy Central) This bleak comedy about office drones and the evil powers that be at the conglomerate where they work will definitely make you laugh. It's the show that will answer the question: What happens if you repeatedly die and repeatedly wake up in an Alphabet City bathroom with a very strange door during a party with Harry Nilsson playing? (CBS) Airing after the Super Bowl, this new reality competition hosted by James Corden and judged by Drew Barrymore, Ru Paul, and Faith Hill, as well as a panel of entertainment industry experts, seeks talent from around the world to find the next best performance act. (Epix) Famous film critic Elvis Mitchell joins popular filmmakers like Guillermo Del Toro, Sofia Coppola, and many others on trips across the globe to their personal favorite locales and the places that have touched their lives and inherently influenced their work in this docuseries.