Worthy individuals selected for a complete makeover from the best in Germany, kids give professionals the most outrageous concepts to create and Lizzo is searching for a backup dancer! Find a selection of reality television series that will have you glued to your screens, eagerly anticipating what will occur next. Our list includes a singing competition, makeovers, survival challenges, and bizarre creations. All of these shows began airing in March of 2022.
Below is our list of Reality TV Shows you should watch that premiered in March 2022.
Queer Eye Germany (Netflix)
‘Queer Eye’ is a television franchise that features a team of LGBTQ+ experts. They give nominated guests on the show lifestyle and fashion makeovers. After six seasons in the United States, the Emmy-winning series is now set in Germany. A team of fashion, design and health professionals travels to the homes of nominated participants in Berlin and Frankfurt. They will aid in the makeover of the selected people’s lives, including their clothing preferences, house furnishings, grooming, and dietary habits.
On March 9, 2022, the first season of Queer Eye Germany premiered. This season’s ‘Fab 5’ or ‘tolle fünf’ will include Showzberlin founder Ayan Yuruk, Jan-Henrik – Fashion and Bow Tie Expert of Auerbach Berlin, Aljosha Muttardi – nutritionist and health expert, Work-Life Coach Leni Bolt, and designer David Jakobs.
Watch ‘Queer Eye Germany’ on Netflix: HERE
Lizzo’s Watch Out For The Big Grrrls (Prime Video)
An eight-part dance reality program challenges stereotypes and biases, including dance contestants of all shapes and sizes. Thirteen plus-size women will compete for the position of backup dancer for Lizzo at the Bonnaroo music festival.
Melissa Jefferson, better known as Lizzo, is a singer and hip-hop musician is also an executive producer on the show. Artist SZA, dance choreographer Charm La’Donna, and body movement expert Rashida KhanBey Miller are among the guests on the show.
Stream ‘Lizzo’s Watch Out For The Big Grrrls’ on Prime Video: HERE
MasterChef Junior: Season 8 (Fox)
Returning to the kitchen are toques and aprons-wearing children aged eight to thirteen. This season, thirteen young contestants will compete in a range of new cooking challenges both in and out of the kitchen to choose the winner of a $100,000 grand prize and the title of ‘Masterchef Junior’ for Season 8!
Celebrity chefs Gordan Ramsey and Aarón Sánchez will be joined by Emmy-winning TV host Daphne Oz as the three judges in the newest season of MasterChef Junior. This season was filmed in 2019 before the pandemic. You can get familiar with the participants on the show’s official Instagram page here.
Watch ‘MasterChef Junior: Season 8’ on Fox: HERE
American Song Contest (NBC)
Hosted by legendary hip-hop artists Snoop Dogg and singer-songwriter Kelley Clarkson is ‘America Song Contest‘. A reality competition in which artists all across America will perform original music. These musicians will compete to win the prize of ‘Best Original Song’ in a show spanning eight weeks. Their advancement to the next round is determined by the votes of the spectators.
The show will follow a similar format as ‘Eurovision’ and is produced by Ben Silverman. New, as well as established artists, will also be seen competing for votes, including Michael Bolton, ‘How Am I Supposed To Live Without You’, Sisqó ‘Thong Song’, and electronic artist The Crystal Method.
Stream ‘American Song Contest’ on NBC: HERE
Rat in the Kitchen (TBS)
‘Rat in the Kitchen‘ is a cooking competition that will see professional chefs and home cooks compete to create the perfect dishes that will earn them points and cash prizes. Unbeknownst to the participants, one of the six hopefuls dubbed the ‘Rat,’ is determined to damage the meals prepared. If successful and not ratted out, the rat takes the prize.
Comedian and Actress Natasha Leggero, collaborates with renowned chef Ludo Lefebvre as host and judge, respectively.
Catch ‘Rat in the Kitchen’ On TBS: HERE
Survivor: Season 42 (CBS)
In the promo trailer, the season is described as “the most dangerous version of Survivor ever seen.” Eighteen contestants will battle it out to win the $1 million prize and the title of Sole Survivor. They will begin the game in three distinct tribes – Ika, Taku, and Vati. Season forty-two contenders have no idea what to expect because seasons forty-one and forty-two were taped back to back.
Labeled as ‘the greatest social experiment on TV’ and hosted by Jeff Probst, the trials include testing the competitor’s physical and mental abilities. The tribes compete against each other in a series of challenges where the winners are awarded tools, food, amenities, and immunity from elimination. Those losing tribe votes and evicts a member of the team.
Watch ‘Survivor: Season 42’ on CBS: HERE
Making Fun (Netflix)
A team of expert builders and craftsmen assembled to bring children’s fantasies to life. They will construct objects that have been suggested to the young children’s ideas. Years of combined experience will result in the most strange, outrageous, and bizarre creations. The structures created, on the other hand, are absolutely absurd and meaningless.
The team includes Artist Jimmy Diresta, engineer Paul Jackman, skilled wood craftsman Patrick Laperrière, artist and inventor John ‘Graz Makes’ Graziano, and home decor designer Derek Forestier.
Watch ‘Making Fun’ on Netflix: HERE
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