In 2022-23, ‘America’s Funniest Home Videos,’ ‘Celebrity Wheel of Fortune,’ and ‘Shark Tank,’ among others, will return. ABC has finalised their unscripted lineup for the years 2022-2023.
America’s Funniest Home Videos, American Idol, The Bachelor, Celebrity Wheel of Fortune, and Shark Tank have all been renewed for next season by the network. On ABC’s reality and game show schedule, they join Bachelor in Paradise and Judge Steve Harvey, both of which were renewed in April.Leslie Jones’ Supermarket Sweep is still on the air. The Bachelorette, which premieres in July, and ABC’s summer game programmes will be decided later in the year. Meanwhile, Dancing With the Stars, a long-running network show, will move to Disney+ in the fall.
The longest-running entertainment series on ABC, America’s Funniest Home Videos, is entering its 33rd season this fall. It continues to be a reliable attraction among viewers (including a large percentage of families) on Sunday nights, hosted by Alfonso Ribeiro.
The Bachelor, which has been renewed for a 27th season, and Shark Tank, which has been renewed for a 14th season, are two more ABC shows with strong roots. American Idol is returning to ABC for its sixth season and 21st overall (the first 15 aired on Fox). The newest of the bunch is Celebrity Wheel of Fortune, which will be in its third season in 2022-23.
According to insiders, host Ryan Seacrest and judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry, and Lionel Richie have not yet signed contracts for the next season of American Idol. That has been the case for the most of the show’s existence on ABC, and they have re-upped in time for the show’s production cycle to keep on track each year.The Hollywood Reporter’s scorecard keeps track of unscripted renewals, cancellations, and series orders at the broadcast networks. THR also offers a written broadcast show guide.
Season 14 of “Shark Tank” has been revived, including a live launch for the first time. The “sharks,” a panel of prospective investors for entrepreneurs who come to present their business ideas, have previously included Kevin O’Leary, Mark Cuban, Robert Herjavec, Lori Greiner, Daymond John, and Barbara Corcoran. Nippon Television Network Corporation devised the programme, which is based on the Japanese “Dragons’ Den” model. Sony Pictures Television and MGM Television collaborate on this project.
Season 33 of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” will air. For the first time in the new season, weekly prize levels will be boosted, with the first-place cash award increasing to $20,000, second place to $6,000, and third place to $4,000. The host is Alfonso Ribeiro. Produced by Vin Di Bona Productions. The longest-running primetime entertainment show on ABC is “America’s Funniest Home Videos.”
Season 3 of “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” will air. Pat Sajak and Vanna White host this offshoot of the long-running “Wheel of Fortune.” The celebrity contestants’ winnings are donated to a charity of their choice. CBS Media Ventures distributes, while Sony Pictures Television produces.Season 27 of “The Bachelor” has been renewed. After replacing previous presenter Chris Harrison in Season 26, Season 5 star Jesse Palmer will continue to host the series. Next Entertainment and Warner Bros. Unscripted Television, in collaboration with Warner Horizon, are producing the hit dating show.