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Lincoln’s Sam Larson after ‘Alone’ win: ‘It kind of felt like ‘The Walking Dead,’ all these people coming toward me.’

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AT&T’s LGBTQ Sports Documentary, ‘Alone in the Game’, Set To Premiere On Audience

Look out, everyone, Audience is set to premiere a big-time documentary featuring NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, former NBA player Jason Collins, and several other folks from the sports world. The film, titled Alone in the Game, explores LGBTQ equality in sports or more specifically, professional sports.

Audience, while not yet known as elite when it comes to original content, looks to have a hit here and is steadily building up their lineup. Alone in the Game was done by ATT so the production quality will, of course, be high-caliber. It will air at 8 P.M ET on Audience or on-demand through DirecTV Now.

Per the official site:

Big Savings for Big Fans at Fanatics.com

“Despite the growing acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans, sports continues to be an unsettling environment for many LGBTQ people on and off the field. Homophobia, transphobia, and a culture of secrecy

Read more at: https://slackiebrown.com/audience-alone-in-the-game-lgbtq-film-documentary-adam-silver/

This week: Queer Eye, The Profit, MDL:NY, Alone, and many other shows return this week

MDLYN, Steven Gold, Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serhant


Summer has arrived, the days are long, I’m sweating, and reality television offers plenty of reasons to stay inside: almost 20 reality shows debut or return this week.

Let’s start with Gordon Ramsay, who ended his show Kitchen Nightmares four years ago but is now back with a show that sounds surprisingly similar: To Hell and Back (Fox, Wednesdays at 9), on which he tries to rescue restaurants in less than a day. I’ll have a review Wednesday.

Netflix’s successful and emotional reboot of  Queer Eye is out with its second season on Friday.

Alone (History, Thursdays at 10) returns for its first all-star season, with returning participants trying to outlast each other in Mongolia. Look for

Read more at: https://www.realityblurred.com/realitytv/2018/06/this-week-in-reality-tv-june-11-to-17/

This week: Queer Eye, Alone, The Profit, MDL:NY, and many other shows return

MDLYN, Steven Gold, Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serhant

Summer has arrived, the days are long, I’m sweating, and reality television offers plenty of reasons to stay inside: almost 20 reality shows debut or return this week.

Let’s start with Gordon Ramsay, who ended his show Kitchen Nightmares four years ago but is now back with a show that sounds surprisingly similar: To Hell and Back (Fox, Wednesdays at 9), on which he tries to rescue restaurants in less than a day. I’ll have a review Wednesday.

Netflix’s successful and emotional reboot of  Queer Eye is out with its second season on Friday.

Alone (History, Thursdays at 10) returns for its first all-star season, with returning participants trying to outlast each other in Mongolia. Look for my

Read more at: https://www.realityblurred.com/realitytv/2018/06/this-week-in-reality-tv-june-11-to-17/

He lost nearly everyone he loved while in prison. Now he’s free – but so alone

Last month, Richard Reser, 71, ate steak at a local diner in Topeka, Kansas, just because he felt like it. He had just been released after serving 28 years in prison. Eating steak was what he always imagined freedom would be like.

Reser was supposed to spend 12 more years in prison. But he is one of the more than 1,300 inmates whose sentences have been commuted by President Obama, more commutations than the past 11 presidents combined.

Because of his poor health, Reser spends most of his day confined to a room that doubles as a living room and kitchen, watching TV. Reser still wakes up at 6 a.m. and falls asleep at 9 p.m., the same time he did in prison. “Habit, I guess,” he said.

His fridge has eggs and bacon, his freezer hamburger and hotdogs, and his cupboard beans and macaroni – it’s a bounty of food he could

Read more at: http://www.star-telegram.com/news/nation-world/national/article127010019.html