Some of the best binge-worthy television programs are reality shows. People can't help but get swept up in the drama surrounding franchises like 90 Day Fiancé or The Bachelor series; it's almost addicting. Thankfully, there is no shortage of reality television shows, and 2020 is seeing a ton of new hit series and seasons.
What would life be with the Netflix series Love is Blind? Even Disney+ jumped at the opportunity to have a reality cooking show, Be our Chef. Get ready for some new binge-worthy content; this list is bound to feature your next guilty pleasure.
Love Is Blind Is THE Show To Watch On Netflix
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo's reality series Love is Blind has taken the Netflix world by storm. The reality series is one of a kind. Instead of having contestants see each other face-to-face and most likely developing a physical attraction, this series takes a different spin on dating.
The goal of the show is to make an emotional connection with someone and hopefully fall in love with their personality and not the way they look. Can emotions conquer looks? Find out on this new Netflix reality series!
The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart Brings Musicians Together
If you're a fan of the reality series The Bachelor or The Bachelorette, then you're not going to want to miss out on watching the spin-off series The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart. Instead of having a variety of contestants, everyone in this series is a musician looking for love and to further their career.
All of the dates are music-themed, and the remaining couples are going to have to work through some challenges, like singing together. Even though they're musicians, vocal compatibility is different than emotional compatibility. Are you ready for some music drama? If so, then tune in to ABC to watch The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart.
Siesta Key Is More Than Another Version Of The Hills
Siesta Key is pretty much the drama of The Hills mixed with the partying ways of the cast of Jersey Shore. The 20-somethings that make up the cast of the reality series navigate the Florida beaches of Siesta Key, working, finding love, and stirring up a good bit of drama along the way.
The newest season of the reality show has the cast picking sides after the nasty breakup between Juliette and Alex. And if that wasn't enough, Bachelorette alum Robby Hayes makes an appearance as one of the new love interests. Things are about to get interesting on Siesta Key!
Flirty Dancing Brings Love To The Dance Floor
Jenna Dewan took the concepts of The Bachelor and Dancing with the Stars, mashed them together, and created Flirty Dancing. The show has two strangers learning choreography to the same dance. But the twist is that the first time the two meet is also the first time they dance together.
Oh, and they're not allowed to talk to one another. The entire goal is to see if the strangers have chemistry solely through dance. In the end, the contestant has to pick the dance partner he or she had a stronger connection with, even though they never spoke. Get ready, because Flirty Dancing is about to take you for a spin.
60 Days In Is The True Crime Show You've Been Waiting For
Calling all true crime fanatics! If you're looking for a new show, then you're going to want to try the new season of 60 Days In. During this season of the reality series, a group of volunteers infiltrates the Etowah County Detention Center in Alabama.
Their goal is to uncover any illegal contraband and happenings among the inmates of the detention center. How much corruption do you think can happen under one roof? Tune in to 60 Days In and figure out what happens behind bars.
Be Our Chef Has An Awesome Grand Prize
Disney+ is getting on board with reality television, bringing the series Be Our Chef to the streaming platform in 2020. The series has a cute premise. It brings together two families who compete in a Disney-themed cooking challenge. Everything from Beauty and the Beast-inspired dishes to character-inspired meals, such as Olaf from Frozen, is created.
And the grand prize is pretty cool. The winning family of the competition will have their dish served at Disney World as a signature menu item! Now that's one way to become part of the Disney family!
There's Someone Out There For Everyone On Extreme Love
The new reality series Extreme Love proves that there is someone out there for everyone. Well, let us rephrase. There is someone or something out there for everyone. The show explores the odd relationships of people around the country.
From a mermaid couple to some guy who fell in love with an airplane, many different relationships are explored -- see, something for everyone! These shocking and outrageous tales are no joke. If you're interested, get ready to see vampire couples, sugar babies and adults, unique fantasies, polyamorous couples, and so, so much more.
Making The Cut Has Designers Pining Over The Chance To Design A Line For Amazon
With so many reality shows surrounding fashion available on multiple networks, it's easy to overlook a new one. But believe us when we say Making the Cut is unlike anything else out there. The series follows a group of 12 designers as they create unique pieces for the popular online shopping platform Amazon.
Their goal is to win the one million dollar grand prize and the chance to design an exclusive line solely for Amazon. Oh, and the best part of this series is that each piece made during the show will be available for purchase!
Naked And Afraid: Alone Is A New Level Of Uncomfortable
From the hit reality series, Naked and Afraid comes one very interesting spin-off, Naked and Afraid: Alone. Spending weeks with a stranger in nothing but your birthday suit sounds horrifying, but, somehow, spending that time alone is a whole new level of terrifying.
The Discovery show knows its audience, though. So, instead of bringing on new contestants, the series is bringing back some of its veterans. This survival show just got a whole lot more interesting. But like in a cringy, on-the-edge-of-your-seat type way.
Would You Be Able To Get Married At First Sight?
In the new season of Married at First Sight, couples from Washington D.C. publicly share their wedding day. The catch is that the bride and groom have never met one another. That's right; the first time the two meet and see each other is when the bride is walking down the aisle.
After the two strangers say their vows, they have eight weeks to decide if they want to give their new relationship a fighting chance, or if they're too different and would prefer to get a divorce. Honestly, this is one of those shows that makes you roll your eyes even though they're glued to the television.
Next In Fashion Is Designed Around Fashion Challenges
Fashion "it girl" Alexa Chung and Queer Eye's Tan France bring yet another reality fashion show to television. Unlike other fashion shows, this one isn't throwing out unfortunate outfits from some poor soul's closet.
Instead, the series follows a group of fashion designers as they compete in weekly design-based challenges. Obviously, their goal is to win the competition. And we don't blame them, considering the grand prize is $250,000 and a chance to see their line of clothing on Net-a-Porter.
Get Ready For Some Drama With 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days
The prequel to the hit reality series 90 Day Fiancé comes 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. The show is full of drama, long-distance relationships, and people realizing that phone calls are easier than being with someone in person. Ultimately, the show is all about whether online relationships can survive in-person challenges.
Watch as international couples finally see one another and learn whether they are strong enough to accept each other's quirks. Do you think any of these couples can make their relationship work and perhaps end up together forever? There's only one way to find out: by watching 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days!
It's Time To Choose, Family Or Fiancé
If you thought your relationship was complicated, wait until you watch Family or Fiancé. The reality series follows newly-engaged couples as they invite both of their families to live with them under one roof for three days. Now, that doesn't seem like a long time. But when you're embarking on a new chapter of your life, it can feel like forever.
At the end of the three days, each family member will either give their blessing to the newly engaged couple or tell them they don't approve of the engagement. It's then up to the bride and groom-to-be if they want to go through with the wedding -- yikes.
Girl Scout Cookie Championship Will Have You Eager For Girl Scout Cookie Season
Host Alyson Hannigan knows what the people want during one of the best times of the year: girl scout cookie creations! The Girl Scout Cookie Championship follows five bakers as they compete to take some girl scout cookie favorites and create new and delicious dishes with them.
They don't just bake new treats. The bakers' goal is to create edible pieces of art! And the prize they're striving for is no joke: a year-supply of Girl Scout Cookies as well as the trip of a lifetime.
My Feet Are Killing Me Is Not For The Faint Of Heart
If you enjoy TLC medical transformation shows such as Dr. Pimple Popper, then you're not going to want to miss My Feet are Killing Me. The series follows Dr. Ebonie Vincent and Dr. Brad Schaeffer as they evaluate and tackle various foot conditions.
The two doctors help treat everything from fungal infections to amputation operations. Keep in mind that this series is not for the faint of heart! But if you enjoy feel-good stories of people transforming their lives for the better, then you're not going to want to miss out on watching My Feet Are Killing Me.
Family Karma, Drama, And A Whole Lot Of Miami
Bravo brings a bit more drama to the network with the new reality series Family Karma. The series follows seven American-Indian friends bonded together by their family traditions and social lives. When they're all placed in a house in Miami, all bets are off.
Considering they all grew up in traditional Indian households, it's going to be interesting to see how they handle the non-stop party and drama that happens in Miami. While their multi-generational home lives are still rooted in the traditional ways, the adults on the show lean more towards an "American life." This is one reality show you're not going to want to miss.
Collector's Call Showcases Some Insane Collections
If you're interested in learning more about large pop culture collections and the people who spend their lives curating memorabilia, then you're going to want to watch Collector's Call. Lisa Whelchel travels and meets up with some of the top collectors in the country, gaining insight into their specific collections.
Everything from KISS memorabilia to Winnie the Pooh collector's items are showcased in the reality series. Don't miss out on seeing some of the largest collections in the country, and learning what people are willing to trade to own something "cool."
Spy Games Brings Out Contestants Inner 007
Inspired by the World War II Station S program, which took ordinary people and trained them as spies, comes the reality show Spy Games. The series is similar to the old program as it takes ten civilians and has them training together to become top-secret agents.
The reality show is both mentally and physically challenging. But there will be a winner who walks away with $100,000 and the self-proclaimed title of the best secret agent. You might want to tune into this series just to familiarize yourself with the contestants' faces. You know, just in case you stumble upon them on the streets or something.
Jo Frost Really Is A Supernanny
It's time to tune in again and see the drama surrounding dysfunctional families in the hit reality series Supernanny. Host Jo Frost dives into another season of helping frazzled parents "tame" their badly behaved children. Through a series of observations and alternative methods, parents learn from the professional nanny better ways to discipline and raise their children.
Of course, there is a lot of yelling, fighting, and tantrum-throwing before the end of each episode. Watching this family drama is going to make you happy you're not in need of a supernanny!
"Move That Bus" With A New Season Of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Although Extreme Makeover: Home Edition isn't necessarily a new reality series, the OG home makeover series is back with a new season. Watch as host Jesse Tyler Ferguson transforms families' lives, giving their homes a much-needed facelift, something that they wouldn't have been able to afford if not for the series.
And if the Modern Family host isn't enough, you'll be happy to know that the reality show is going to have a slew of celebrity guest appearances. People such as ex-host Ty Pennington and singer LeAnn Rimes are going to be there right along with you screaming, "move that bus!"