More from David Knowles
In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye: TV Review
Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour is among those featured in an HBO documentary about the legendary women's fashion magazine.
Mob Wives Chicago: TV Review
VH1 attempts to challenge the "Real Housewives" throne by expanding its mafia-centric franchise into the Windy City.
Fashion Star: TV Review
NBC tries to give the fashion show reality competition genre a makeover.
TELEVISION REVIEW: Ben Silverman returns to NBC with a crass take on the fashion reality genre.
The Loving Story: TV Review
Nancy Buirski's documentary chronicles the lives of the interracial couple whose court case brought down the last remaining miscegenation laws in the United States.
Doomsday Preppers: TV Review
National Geographic Channel's new show follows a fringe group of Americans actively preparing for the end of the world as we know it.
Bering Sea Gold: TV Review
The docuseries centers on crews of six as they comb the sea for gold.
Ragin’ Cajuns: TV Review
The network's latest reality fishing expedition airs Tues, Jan. 17 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Ink Master: TV Review
Dave Navarro hosts Spike TV's reality competition searching for the ultimate tattoo artist.
Shipping Wars: TV Review
Reality show follows six professional haulers as they compete to win the rights to truck large items around the country, and, with luck, turn a profit in the process.
The Best and Worst Reality TV Shows of 2011: THR Year in Review (Video)
A&E's "Bordertown: Laredo," TLC's "All-American Muslim" and Discovery's "Weed Wars" kept the genre interesting this year, writes THR TV critic David Knowles.
T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle: TV Review
The VH1 reality series follows Atlanta's Clifford Harris as he balances work and family after his most recent incarceration.