A half hour block of the raw, rambunctious, roasting, and brawling nature of World Star Hip Hop. The good, bad, and the ugly of the urban experience all in one block with hosts, WSHH contributors, celebrity guests and a disorderly audience.
Couples practice new “sexercises” to spice up their spice up their love lives. Told through interview and animation, each couple tries something new behind closed doors and talks about how it changed their sex lives.
What happens when you become a grandma and you’re only in your 30s? “30 Something Grandma” follows the story of soon-to-be teen moms and their moms who were also teenage parents.
Whoever said money can’t buy happiness has never met the charming and well-high-heeled “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills.” These young socialites of the 90210 live way beyond the highlife in an extravagant world where millionaire twenty-somethings are armed with black cards, tiny dogs and loads of Louboutins. As the children of some of the most wealthy families and billionaire and millionaire moguls, this exclusive clique of friends, each with their own unique relationships, goals and heartaches, come together to party, play and relate to each other’s distinctive lifestyles.
EJ Johnson, who gained fame on “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills” and from being the son of Magic Johnson, moves from Los Angeles to New York in this documentary series.
What’s it like to leave earth to explore the unknown? How does it feel to be in space? What happens when you’re in space and something goes terribly wrong? Science Channel’s SECRET SPACE ESCAPES reveals terrifying accidents, fights for survival, and stories of close calls and near misses by the astronauts who survived them. This all-new series offers chilling accounts of the challenges of space exploration as told only by the explorers who lived them and the men and women in mission control who helped each team avert disaster.
Based of the hit UK series, “Saturday Night Takeaway”, “Best Time Ever” is a live variety series starring Neil Patrick Harris that features celebrity guests, surprises, and games. The one-hour show is co-hosted by Nicole Scherzinger.
The Bill Cunningham Show is an hour-long tabloid styled talk show. Bill Cunningham is a nationally recognized broadcaster, veteran attorney, and a business entrepreneur. As host of “The Bill Cunningham Show,” Tribune Broadcasting’s nationally syndicated daytime talk show, Bill is making a difference in the lives of viewers, helping to resolve conflicts and mend relationships.
You can run, but you cannot hide. The Beast is always coming after you. In The Chase, a team of three contestants attempts to amass as much money as possible by answering rapid-fire questions in a 60-second round. The money earned will go toward a team bank. Why the urgency? Because The Beast is always lurking, ready to pounce.
The Beast – quite simply – is a quiz show genius. The job of this intimidating presence is to catch each contestant by answering more questions than his opponents to ensure they are not able to bank their money. It’s a role he executes with ruthless efficiency. In the final round, the teammates who have survived the initial chase collectively play against The Beast in an epic David vs. Goliath battle for the entire amount they have banked.
Jeff Allen is a gambler…his game – classic and exotic cars. He travels the country looking to buy and sell cars. Whether it’s a rare Shelby Mustang or a vintage hot rod, the key is buy low and sell high, something that doesn’t always happen. Selling cars is a dangerous business, but perhaps there’s no greater danger than negotiating with your own dad. Tom Souter, Jeff’s father, runs his own classic car dealership right around the corner from Jeff’s shop in Lubbock, Texas. They are not just regular trading partners; they are trading partners hell-bent on one-upmanship. Tom says doing a deal with his son is like being locked in a closet with a porcupine, “it’s gonna hurt but you know it won’t kill you.”
“After the First 48” revisits some of the most powerful cases originally featured on “The First 48” and shares exclusive interviews with detectives, prosecutors, defense attorneys and families of victims.
“Barmageddon” pits two bar owners against each other. In each episode, comedian Mo Mandel travels to a different city and settles once and for all, which bar owner has the best recipe for success. The goal is to see who can turn the most profit – but there’s one small catch: each bar owner has to run the other owner’s bar! It’s an enjoyable rollercoaster ride of comical conflicts and one-upmanship, as the bosses compete to see who can win over new staff and customers with their charm and skill.
The Rocky Mountains, scattered with more than 3,000 miles of dense forests and rocky peaks, create the perfect hideaway for fugitives on the run from the law. In Animal Planet’s series, two teams of elite fugitive retrieval agents are in hot pursuit of armed and unpredictable delinquents who’ve skipped bail, preferring the treacherous mountainous terrain to facing justice behind bars.
Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters follows professional bounty hunter pairs Clint and Dayson in Colorado and Rob and “Animal” in Montana as they patrol the harsh conditions surrounding the scenic yet deadly landscape of the Rockies. Tracking, chasing and capturing might be easy on the concrete streets of a modern metropolis, but when fugitives disappear into the immense wilderness inhabited by predators like black bears and mountain lions, it takes a special type of hunter to bring these fugitives to justice. Throughout the series, the region’s most wanted offenders, with a history of charges ranging from gun running to homicide to drug trafficking, attempt to evade the expert trackers who are always on the hunt. Each case is unique, but if you run, these wilderness bounty hunters won’t stop until they catch you.
As the Civil War came to an end in 1865, Confederate President Jefferson Davis fled Richmond, VA with the contents of the Confederate treasury – an estimated $20 million worth of gold and silver by today’s value. Six weeks later, Davis was captured, but the treasure had vanished. REBEL GOLD is an all-new series that follows an experienced group treasure hunters as they join forces to retrace Jefferson Davis’ trail and search for clues that could lead them to the legendary treasure.
With new evidence, the group will go off the beaten path to dig deep into American history and local legend to find out what really happened to the missing REBEL GOLD.
Chef Ramsay will observe the inner workings of the chosen establishment to try and get to the root of the problem causing the business to fail. For many, Ramsay is their last chance to help turn around their businesses or else they’ll be forced to close their doors forever.
“Steven Seagal: Lawman” follows actor and martial arts enthusiast Steven Seagal as he performs his duties as reserve deputy sheriff in Jefferson Parish, Lousiana.
What happens when four brides with four totally different styles agree to attend and judge one another’s weddings? It’s a competition with only one winner – and the prize at stake is a fabulous honeymoon! Based on the hit international format “Come Dine With Me”, “Four Weddings” follows four different brides as they attend each other’s weddings and rates each one based on different categories. In the end, whichever bride has the highest rated wedding wins a honeymoon with her new husband in a beautiful, exotic location.
Each week, Cesar travels to a new neighborhood in desperate need of his help. He is summoned by co-workers, relatives, friends and neighbors who “blow the whistle” on a four-legged menace that has turned their lives upside down. Cesar witnesses firsthand how the dogs wreak havoc on the community sidewalk, dog parks … even restaurants and offices! Whether it’s a spoiled Chihuahua going wild in a family business or an aggressive mutt spreading fear throughout the neighborhood, Cesar uses his unparalleled expertise to bring balance to the dogs and the community.
“The Killer Speaks” features actual convicted felons as they describe their crimes step-by-step in chilling detail. It’s a journey through the minds of killers, an autopsy of their psychology, with the goal of shedding light on what leads people to kill. The series includes spree killers, serial killers, and domestic violence killers.
“America Now” is a weekly, one hour first-run lifestyle “news you can use” television magazine series starring Bill Rancic and Leeza Gibbons.
America Now is a fast-paced daily newsmagazine show co-hosted by Leeza Gibbons and Bill Rancic, delivering news you can really use. The show provides relevant, compelling stories, news and lifestyle information from around the country, offering advice and solutions from experts and contributors on topics including personal finance, health and fitness, food, home improvement, style and fashion, pets and technology. The program also features a lab segment, putting latest products “to the test.”
“Time’s Up” is a half-hour relationship strip series where couples must reevaluate their relationships as college, new careers, and other life-altering events force them to separate. Each episode follows one head-over-heels couple with a looming expiration date on their relationship, documenting their lives in the weeks leading up to their dreaded long-distance separation. Friends and family members all have their opinions, but when “Time’s Up” couples must eventually say goodbye — will they decide to stay together or break up?
“The Jeremy Kyle Show” is an hour-long talk show dealing with family and relationship issues while also taking a look at everyday conflicts that can be damaging to our lives.
“Kentucky Bidders” goes inside a family-run auction house in Corbin, Ky. The reality series follows all the action at Sammie’s Auction House, where Sammie, his family and his madcap employees buy just about anything during the week — wedding dresses, condominiums, motorcycles, antique coins and cars, even live animals — and unload them to the highest bidders at their weekend auctions. For more than 60 years, Sammie’s has helped sellers maximize the value of their items and has assisted buyers by stocking desirable merchandise.
Based on the hit international format “Come Dine With Me”, “Four Houses” is a competition series that follows four proud homeowners who are invited to preview, critique, and score each other’s homes for the chance to win $10,000 and an opportunity to be featured in Better Homes and Gardens magazine — and of course, bragging rights.
From contemporary and shabby chic to traditional and funky, each episode peeks through the keyhole of homes that are as weird and wonderful as their occupants. Each homeowner is convinced their home is the best, but only one house will come out on top. May the best house win!
“Airline” follows passengers and flight attendants of Southwest Airlines out of Baltimore, Chicago, and Los Angeles. There is never a dull moment through flight delays, drunk customers, and travelers in all sorts of moods.
In each episode of this reality series, four automobile enthusiasts are pitted against one another to find out who has the best ride. The cars are unique, one-of-a-kind customs, and of course the contestants all think theirs is the best. To determine which really is, the contestants check out and drive one another’s cars, then judge them by awarding points in the categories of appearance, performance and personality. The car that receives the most points wins the title “Best in Show,” and the owner gets to drive away with a cash prize.
Real life people, in real life settings trying their best to change their lives by breaking into song; an emotional, musical surprise! “Real Life: The Musical” is a reality television series that celebrates the universal fantasy of starring in your personal real-life musical number.
Reel Crime, Real Story tells the dramatic true stories behind some of your favorite Hollywood movies. Each episode is a revealing look at the real life events, and characters, made famous in films like Monster, To Die For, and Selena. As host of Reel Crime, Real Story, Erin Brockovich brings a unique perspective. She is one of only a handful of people who know what it’s like have their life put on the big screen.
Well-known comedienne, Tammy Pescatelli, juggles being a wife, mother and comedian, after leaving Hollywood for Meadville, PA.
Food has brought success to overweight chefs — but it’s also killing them. With the help of experts, a dozen chefs have committed to defeat their abusive relationships with food on Fat Chef.
You never know what hidden treasures may be hiding in your attic that can make money for you. But twin brothers Leigh and Leslie Keno can help you with that. The antique experts travel the country, visiting people’s houses to hunt for hidden gems. The brothers look for long-lost treasures that are literally buried inside the homes. Some of their searches yield treasures while others result in finding only trash. When the brothers find something they think is valuable, they determine its authenticity, condition and, ultimately, value, which they then share with the item’s owner and ask if the owner wants to try to sell the item at auction.
They’ve vowed to stay together for better or for worse, but these couples will soon find out if they can stomach “forever” with their future in-laws. In “Meet the In-Laws”, newly-engaged couples are separated for an entire week. The catch is: he’ll have to live with her family, and she with his, and they’ll have no contact with each other whatsoever.
“WCG Ultimate Gamer” pits 12 fierce gamers against one another to see who is the best of the best. While living in together in one loft, they compete in challenges and every episode, the gamer with the lowest score goes home.
Eight overweight celebrities try to lose weight for charity. Split into two competing teams of four, each week teams are given different physical challenges, and weighed to see if they reached their target weights. They are monitored and supervised by a team that includes a nutritionist, a psychologist, and a physical trainer.
Former couples from around the globe – some from Australia, Canada, and the US – reunite for one week to share feelings about their dramatic, emotional, and oftentimes sudden breakups and entertain the possibility of rekindling the relationships in the series “First Love, Second Chance.” The six-episode series gives viewers a candid look at former sweethearts – some separated more than 20 years ago – who have a chance to reignite the passion and love they once shared or see if their breakup was truly meant to be.
With few creature comforts, the celebrities are forced to share a basic camp in harsh conditions. The small amount of food that is provided has to be won in daily challenges called Bushtucker Trials, which often involve eating hideous insects and grubs or touching rats and spiders. Viewers at home vote for who they think should undertake the challenges. As the show progresses, the viewers vote for their favorite campmate and each episode, the celebrity with the fewest votes leaves, until the last remaining star is crowned King or Queen of the jungle.
Are British nannies really magical? Do they have “Mary Poppins”-style powers? This series unleashes expert child-care providers from the U.K. on some terrible tots in the U.S. to find out. The nannies observe each family’s behavior before suggesting and implementing changes to improve the behavior of the children.
On the show, three men or women have their rooms inspected, or “raided” by another single man or woman. The raider does not meet or see any of the three singles (any personal photographs of the contestant are removed from the room or covered with a smiley face sticker).
At the end of the episode, the raider chooses to go on a date with one of them based on the contents of their rooms. The three contestants watch and comment, while sitting in a van, as their rooms are inspected. After the raider has finished with each of the rooms, the three contestants then raid the raider’s room. Finally, the raider confronts the three contestants and makes his or her choice.
Turn off the stove, fix yourself a cocktail and settle down for a mouth-watering culinary competition as five complete strangers battle it out for the title of consummate dinner party host! Each night, one of the five amateur chefs cooks up a dinner party for the other four in their home. This is entertaining with edge as at the end of each evening the guests award points out ten in three categories: food, presentation and entertainment. The host with the highest score out of a possible 120 points at the end of the week wins $1,000. Can the hosts rise to the challenge and write themselves into the recipe books, or do they reach boiling point too soon and make a dog’s dinner of their party
Five former pop stars sing their biggest hit along with a cover version of a contemporary hit. Each week, one winner is picked from each show by a studio-audience vote, leading to the grand finale when the overall winner earns $20,000 for their charity of choice.
Nine celebrities set out to prove their singing prowess in an American Idol-style competition, while viewers voted online on their favorite performers. Movement and dance instructor Tony Michaels and vocal coaches Jackie Simley-Stevens and Rachel Riggs aided the celebrities in their quest. The winner’s favorite charity received $50,000.
Building a house was never that hard until now. Host George Wendt hosts House of Dreams, a show where competing couples come together to plan, design, build and decorate their dream house. The twist is that only one of the families gets to keep the home.