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Contestants vie for the opportunity to see their original restaurant concept be realized with the opening of a restaurant chain in three locations: Hollywood, Minneapolis and New York City. Funding the restaurant concepts are four accredited investors: chefs Bobby Flay, Lorena Garcia, and Curtis Stone, as well as Steve Ells, founder, chairman and Co-CEO of Chipotle. Flay, Stone, Ells and Garcia also serve as mentors, working with the competitors to further develop their ideas. Each contestant's concept is put through rigorous business and cooking challenges to determine whether it has what it takes to become America's next great restaurant.
In each one-hour episode competitors face 10 challenges that escalate in level of difficulty using everyday household items. Each game has a one minute time limit and failure to finish the task on time results in elimination. At various points throughout the game, the competitor can walk away with the money earned up to that point - but it'll take nerves of steel to complete all 10 tasks to win $1 million.
Contestants must compete against each other for a chance to win $500,000 in a house wired with cameras and microphones, capturing their every move for a TV and Internet audience.
10 female contestants -- all of them tired of city life -- vie for the attention of a bachelor farmer who is looking to settle down with the right woman. But in order to win, these women will have to prove that they are farm-ready.
Survior (2000)
A reality show where a group of contestants are stranded in a remote location with little more than the clothes on their back. The lone survivor of this contest takes home a million dollars.
Combining all the elements of an edge-of-your-seat spy thriller with the excitement of rooting for real people in different locales trying to outwit legitimate professionals, 'Take the Money and Run' is an exhilarating competition series that will take reality television to a whole new level. The cat and mouse format will pit everyday people against real life law enforcement for a $100,000 prize.
Four ultra-competitive, thrill-seeking motorheads who think their car is the best take a spin together in each other’s rides to see whose car really comes out on top and whose is left in the dust.
Watch Destroy Build Destroy: No description
Oh Sit! (2012)
A fun, high-stakes, high-octane musical chairs competition, in which 12 thrill-seeking daredevils race head-to-head through five physically demanding, chair-splitting obstacle course-style eliminations as they each compete to claim a chair - all to the sounds of a live band. At the end of the hour, only one contestant will be left sitting triumphant to seize the cash prize and the title of OH SIT! champion.
The basic format of the show is that of a conventional panel game. The hosts (Reeves and Mortimer) and the two teams of three sit behind desks. The hosts ask questions of the two teams, and points are awarded for "correct" answers. The scoring is largely arbitrary and simply a device to give a structure to the proceedings. Reeves will almost always perform a gesture of rubbing both his thighs in front of a beautiful female guest seated directly to his right, to indicate his attraction to her.

Dove from Above
"The Dove from Above" is a large and shoddy prop animal made from cardboard and coloured paper, while being suspended above the contestants merely for the purpose of bearing six key words for further questions.
Top Chef Masters will pit 24 world-renowned chefs against each other and see how well they fare in the tried and true format of Top Chef. In each episode, money will be at stake for the chefs, with the winners of eliminations being awarded cash donations for their charities. The first six episodes will consist of four chefs competing against each other to name one winner. The six winners of each episode will then meet up for the final four weeks when one person will get eliminated each episode until the finale where one winner is crowned Top Chef Master. The winning chef will receive $100,000 for the charity of their choice.Source: Bravo
14 contestants will live together and compete against each other and the viewers for $250,000 grand prize. Viewers will be able to support the contestants they like through online and social media platforms and their votes will help determine which go home and which eliminated competitors will have the chance to return to the competition.
aka: Iron Chef America The Series
aka: Iron Chef America: The Series
Based upon the Japanese cult sensation, Iron Chef America carries on the legend of Kitchen Stadium and the famed "secret ingredient." Each week, world-class chefs battle the legendary Iron Chefs of America: Bobby Flay, Mario Batali, Masaharu Morimoto, Cat Cora, Jose Garces and Michael Symon. Alton Brown serves as Commentator and Mark Dacascos is Chairman.
"Sweet Home Alabama”, premiering July 14 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, explores a young woman’s journey to find Mr. Right among young men from big cities and small towns. Ten “city slickers” and 10 “country” guys will vie for the affections of Devin Grissom, a girl from Alabama.
Contestants answer multiple choice questions in a bid to win a $50,000 cash prize.
Hosted by John Anderson, Wipeout takes twenty-four contestents compete in an obstacle course filled with crashes and wipeouts. Each episode, one competitor is crowned Wipeout Champion and rewarded $50,000.
Bachelor Pad is an elimination-style American reality television game show on ABC. The show features contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, who compete for a final cash prize of $250,000. Former game show host and news anchor Chris Harrison reprises his role from The Bachelor, while Melissa Rycroft serves a special guest co-host for the first season.
Australian television series where celebrities are coupled with professional dancers and compete for the title of Dancing With The Stars Champion.
4 bakers compete to make cupcakes with best taste and presentation. 3 rounds eliminate a contestant. The 2 finalists create a 1000 cupcake display. The winner gets to showcase their cupcake presentation at a major event and win $10,000.
In each pulse-racing "Fear Factor" episode, contestants (sometimes solo, often paired with spouses, siblings or best friends) recruited from across the nation must decide if they have the guts and determination to face their most primal fears. Under the supervision of professional Hollywood stunt coordinators, contestants are confronted with a series of challenging stunts. If they complete their task they advance; if fear stops them from completing a stunt or they fail the mission, they are immediately eliminated. The contestant who wins the final challenge takes home the prize.
An American reality-competition series "LIVE TO DANCE" features one of the most inclusive talent searches ever on television. Paula Abdul serves as executive producer, mentor and lead expert of the series. . The premiere episode of "LIVE TO DANCE" follows dancers from across the country auditioning for Abdul and the series' experts in specially constructed Dance Domes that were built in both New York and Los Angeles to host the auditions. At the end of the premiere episode, a group of dancers from all styles, backgrounds and ages will be selected for the "LIVE TO DANCE" cast. A group of dancers are then chosen who the experts feel deserve a second look. These dancers have one final opportunity to compete in a "dance-off," to earn a coveted spot in the "LIVE TO DANCE" cast. Those contestants who make it through the "dance-off" travel to Los Angeles, rounding out the final cast of 18 dance acts. The first six dance acts compete against each other LIVE with two acts advancing. After a total of three rounds, the six dance acts that have advanced will compete against one another in the grand finale, where they will battle for the right to be crowned "LIVE TO DANCE" champion and awarded a $500,000 prize.
"The Sing-Off" will feature a cappella groups performing popular songs from various genres, arranged and sung like you've never heard before. There is no lip-synching, back-up band or safety net. Ultimately America will decide the winning group.
aka: The Real World/Road Rules Challenge
aka: The Real World / Road Rules Challenge
aka: MTV Real World / Road Rules Challenge
aka: Battle of The Sexes
aka: The Gauntlet
aka: Battle of the Seasons
aka: Extreme Challenge
aka: The Inferno
Watch The Challenge: Past members of "The Real World", "Road Rules", and first time cast members called "Fresh Meat", compete against each other for the chance to win a cash prize.
 
QI (2003)
aka: QI XL
aka: Quite Interesting
aka: MTV Real World / Road Rules Challenge
aka: Battle of The Sexes
aka: The Gauntlet
aka: Battle of the Seasons
aka: Extreme Challenge
aka: The Inferno
If you've heard of QI, the chances are that you've heard of the BBC2 comedy panel quiz of the same name, hosted by Stephen Fry. Unlike any other quiz show you will have failed to avoid catching, QI's questions are impossible to answer, but at least the guest panel of top-shelf comedians can laugh at themselves (and the universe in general) while trying.

At its core, it enshrines the original view of Lord Reith that the BBC should 'educate, inform and entertain', all three of which duties are carried out to the great enjoyment of panel and audience alike.
Keith Lemon's Celebrity Juice is a comedy panel game which takes an irrelevant look at the week's showbiz stories.
Brad Womack - once considered by many to be the "most hated Bachelor" in the series' history - has spent the better part of the last three years going through a radical personal transformation after the shocking finale night that changed his life forever. Now he says he is really ready - and healthier both in body and mind - to make a genuine commitment to a relationship.
Multiple teams race around the globe for $1,000,000 to 'amazing' locations.
aka: S.Y.T.Y.C.D.
aka: Quite Interesting
aka: MTV Real World / Road Rules Challenge
aka: Battle of The Sexes
aka: The Gauntlet
aka: Battle of the Seasons
aka: Extreme Challenge
aka: The Inferno
Dancers skilled in everything from ballroom and ballet to salsa, jive, hip-hop and krumping, all compete to be named the best. Dancers must impress the judges with their moves and rigorous routines in order to survive the auditions and be invited to Hollywood. Producers traveled to Chicago, New York and Los Angeles in search of dancers who represent the soul and rhythm of America. Some dancers wow the judges, while others leave them speechless. See who struts into the producers' hearts and who trips up on the series premiere.

A fortunate 50 dancers who survive the auditions will go to Hollywood to work with five of the top choreographers in the business: Alex Da Silva, Brian Friedman, Dan Karaty, Mia Michaels and Mary Murphy. During the "Hollywood Week," the semifinalists will dance their hearts out, as they learn challenging routines and hope to impress the choreographers.
Penn & Teller go to the U.K to find a magician who can "fool them" If Penn & Teller can figure out the trick performed the magician is out but if they do not get it the magician wins a ticket to Las Vegas and get to open for Penn & Teller live
The second season of the Emmy-nominated, premier reality series focusing on fashion designers, Project Runway will pit sixteen designers against one another on the Road to the Runway. These contestants will compete in weekly design challenges at Parsons The New School For Design in New York City, until only three remain and face off once again at New York Fashion Week in February.

Eager to give aspiring designers a chance to break into the notoriously difficult-to-crack fashion world, supermodel Heidi Klum will once again head a panel of industry luminaries, including top women's and men's wear designer Michael Kors and Elle Magazine fashion director Nina Garcia, who will serve as judges and industry mentors charged with selecting and molding the budding designers. There will also be guest judges each week based on the specific challenge. Tim Gunn, Chair of the Parsons The New School For Design, will return to guide the contestants through each of their challenges.

The winning designer will walk away with $100,000 in seed money to help them launch their own line and a 2007 Saturn SkyRoadster, both provided by Saturn. The winner’s designs will be featured in a spread in ELLE, photographed by the magazine's world-renowned Publication Director, Gilles Bensimon. They will also receive a mentorship from the Banana Republic Design Team.
Jeopardy! (1984)
On the heels of the syndicated success of "Wheel of Fortune, " producer Merv Griffin decided to return his classic quiz show-with-a-twist, "Jeopardy!" to the airwaves in 1984. It, too, was a huge success, and also marked a return to the game's tried-and-true formula of answers and questions (after a slightly-modified remake six years earlier failed to catch on). Three contestants, including a returning champion, competed. Six categories are announced (e.g., Art World, Cooking, 20th Century Republicans, "Friends" (the TV series), Muscle Men and College Girls Wearing White T-shirts), each having five answers ostensibly graded by difficulty, from $100 to $500. The champion chose a category and dollar amount (e.g., "College Girls Wearing White T-shirts for $100"), to which host Trebek reads the answer ("Inspector 12 must give her seal of approval before a college girl can wear one of these plain white T-shirts"). Contestants had to respond in question form ("What is Hanes?") ; if correct, they won the value of the question; if he/she was incorrect, failed to answer in time or phrase in the form of a question, that amount was deducted (hence, the dollar amount was "always in jeopardy") and his/her opponents could answer; having enough incorrect answers often led to negative scores. Thereafter, the contestant providing the last correct question selected next, and the process repeated; some answers made use of audio and/or video clues. Hidden behind one of the answers was a "Daily Double" space, with the contestant selecting that space able to wager up to all his/her current winnings or up to $500 if he/she had less) on the answer. After all 30 answers have been revealed (or sometimes, an undefined time limit expired), the game moved into "Double Jeopardy!" Gameplay was the same in "Double Jeopardy!" except six new categories were announced and the answers had values of $200 to $1,000 and two "Daily Double" spaces were hidden (with contestants able to wager up to $1,000 if they had less). At the end of the "Double Jeopardy!" round, all contestants with at least $1 were eligible to play "Final Jeopardy!"; however, anyone with $0 or a negative score was disqualified from further play. Trebek announced a category, and the contestants (before seeing the answer) wagered up to everything they had on their ability to answer. Contestants had 30 seconds to write what they believed was the correct question. Those who were correct had the amount they wagered added to their winnings; however, any incorrect questions or failing to phrase properly lost what they wagered. The contestant with the most cash was champion, kept his/her winnings and got to return the next day. Champions competed until they won five shows (at which point they retired undefeated and, starting in 1997, also won a new car) or until they were defeated. All five-time champions and other high-scoring contestants over a period of time participated in a Tournament of Champions, the winner earning an additional $100,000; there were also teen, college, senior and international tournaments and celebrity shows conducted (the winners of the non-celebrity tournaments also earned a spot in the Tournament of Champions). In the fall of 2001, several changes were made, including the use of a "Clue Crew" (new regulars illustrating answers in selected categories by going "on location"), and an increase in the dollar values of the answers (from $200 to $1,000 in Jeopardy! and $400 to $2,000 in Double Jeopardy!) ; another running change through the years was the addition of "celebrity guests" reading certain answers. None of the changes altered the basic game play, however.
Kid Nation (2007)
Forty over-achieving kids are given free reign to create their own society in this new reality-based offering from CBS. Forty kids are given forty days free of adult supervision in an abandoned New Mexico town to build a new world. At the end of every episode, the kids have a town meeting. At the meeting the kids award one child a gold star worth $20,000. The finale will end with the biggest test, the biggest awards, and a special surprise.
aka: Celebrity Apprentice
aka: Quite Interesting
aka: MTV Real World / Road Rules Challenge
aka: Battle of The Sexes
aka: The Gauntlet
aka: Battle of the Seasons
aka: Extreme Challenge
aka: The Inferno
A reality-tv based show in which contestants compete for a job as an apprentice to billionaire American Donald Trump.
Comedy panel show, hosted by Rob Brydon, in which team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack are joined by celebrity guests in a bid to bluff their opponents with absurd facts and plausible lies about themselves
Each week, six professional poker players battle in a winner-take-all game of No Limit Texas Hold 'Em for a prize of $120,000.
Chris Moyles' Quiz Night is a celebrity panel quiz show where Chris is joined by three different celebrities each week. The are asked questions on topical events.
8 out of 10 Cats is a television comedy panel game. Two teams (made up of the team captain and two celebrity guests) are asked questions relating to opinion polls and statistics based on the week's events in the news and media. The show's title is derived from a well-known advertising tagline for Whiskas cat food which originally claimed that "8 out of 10 cats prefer Whiskas".
Improvisational comedy game show in which four players act out various comic games and sketches.
An American reality television talent show. The objective of the program is to select a comedian from a group, who will receive a development contract with the NBC network, and a television special first to air on the cable-TV network Comedy Central and later on the cable network Bravo.
aka: Dancing With the Stars (US)
aka: Quite Interesting
aka: MTV Real World / Road Rules Challenge
aka: Battle of The Sexes
aka: The Gauntlet
aka: Battle of the Seasons
aka: Extreme Challenge
aka: The Inferno
U.S. reality show based on the British series "Strictly Come Dancing," where celebrities partner up with professional dancers and compete against each other in weekly elimination rounds to determine a winner.
aka: American Idol: The Search for a Superstar
aka: Idol
aka: MTV Real World / Road Rules Challenge
aka: Battle of The Sexes
aka: The Gauntlet
aka: Battle of the Seasons
aka: Extreme Challenge
aka: The Inferno
Twelve finalists and/or future singers (six men and six women) who were selected from America, compete in a talent contest in which they were asked to sing any song they like on this "Star Search" clone. After each song that was sung, the judges, Abdul, Jackson and Cowell, then critique that finalist's chosen song. After each show's ending, America must vote for a finalist to whom they really think their performance is good using this AT&T (now Cingular Wireless) or any other cellular phone to cast votes with. Once the votes are locked in, the judges and America decides who has the most and the least amount of votes, and the contestant with the least amount of votes is eliminated, and it goes on each week's show until the winner is crowned as "American Idol," where he/she wins a recording contract worth up to $1,000,000. The rest of the other finalists to whom they have been voted off before (the runner-up) also get recording contracts, too.
The Biggest Loser is an American reality game show. The show features obese people competing to win a cash prize by losing the highest percentage of weight relative to their initial weight.
Ashley Hebert couldn't admit she was in love with "Bachelor" Brad Womack - and it might have cost her the final rose - but that's all in the past. The energetic and vivacious Hebert, is ready to start a new life with a soul mate she might soon meet in the seventh edition of "The Bachelorette."
Masterchef UK: Cookery competition for amateur chefs.
Clash of the Choirs: A reality show/competition centered around five celebrity singers who go back to their hometowns to...
Junior Masterchef: No description
Odd One In (2010)
Odd One In: Odd One In sees two celebrity teams go head to head to pick the person who has a unique skill or secret in a series of weird and wonderful line ups.

Each week, Bradley challenges Peter and Jason, on the Home Team and a different celebrity duo to battle it out and guess the various 'Odd One Ins'.
It's Worth What: Sedric the Entertainer hosts this show where contestants are go through a number of challenges where they try to find the value of items.
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