Vivica A. Fox hosts the American Reality TV Awards (TV News Roundup)


The 9th Annual American Reality Television Awards will premiere Thursday, November 17 on OUTtv. Film and TV actress Vivica A. Fox will host the ceremony, with a 60-minute TV show produced in partnership with Reel Mood celebrating genre talent in 21 individual categories.

The American Reality Television Awards spotlight unscripted and digital shows, series stars and celebrities, behind-the-scenes production and creative teams, and the platforms and networks that bring unscripted content to viewers. Network, cable, streaming shows, and reality personalities are eligible each year.

The virtual telecast will also be available to stream for free on and the various OUTtv streaming services. The telecast will also simulcast on Monsters and Critics, as well as in VR on

In today’s other newscasts:


The first looks have been shared for the upcoming third season of “Sanditon.” The historical drama series is based on the unfinished final novel by author Jane Austen. In the new images, glimpses of Rose Williams as Charlotte Heywood, Cai Brigden as Ralph Starling, Ben Lloyd-Hughes as Alexander Colbourne, Edward Davis as Lord Montrose and Crystal Clarke as Georgiana Lambe.

Season 3 will air in 2023 on Masterpiece on PBS, bringing viewers back to the seaside resort town of Sanditon to follow the romances, friendships and struggles of Charlotte, Georgiana and the Parker family.

Check out the images below.

MASTERPIECE “Sanditon” Season 3 coming to MASTERPIECE on PBS in 2023 Left to right: Edward Davis as Lord Henry Montrose and Crystal Clarke as Georgiana Lambe. Photographer: Rob Youngson (C) Red Planet (Sanditon 3) Ltd
Red Planet (Sanditon 3) Ltd/Rob

MASTERPIECE “Sanditon” Season 3 coming to MASTERPIECE on PBS in 2023 Left to right: Rose Williams as Charlotte Heywood and Cai Brigden as Ralph Starling. Photographer: Joss Barratt (C) Red Planet (Sanditon 3) Ltd
Red Planet (Sanditon 3) Ltd/Joss

Red Planet (Sanditon 3) Ltd/Rob


A new trailer has been shared for the upcoming feature-length documentary “Ghosts of Spring Mountain,” as part of SOMM TV. The documentary chronicles ghost stories in the Napa Valley region that have been circulating for more than a hundred years, but none are scarier than the stories of former Spring Mountain vineyards where family tragedy, Prohibition and financial collapse brought up a paranormal line. tales and mysterious events.

The historical documentary centers on an acclaimed sommelier with an interest in the paranormal, who takes friends on a trip to real abandoned “Ghost Wineries.”

Check out the trailer below.


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