'Beyond Scared Straight!' will once again show young offender intervention programs, only these have evolved since 'scaring teens is no longer as easy of a task.' Each of the four episodes will focus on a different prison program, following a group of at-risk teens and preteens going through the program and then catching up with them two months later.
Auction Hunters, Allen Haff and Ton Jones, travel America bidding on unclaimed storage units they think will contain the most hidden treasure - worth big cash - the better the history the higher the price.
A weekly documentary in which two Hollywood special effects experts attempt to debunk urban legends by directly testing them.
Reality based TV series that combines dramatic re-enactments with interviews to tell stories of REAL mysteries.
Wannabe pirates compete in a high-seas adventure in search of a hidden treasure.
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.
14 wannabe moguls, personally hand-picked by 50 Cent, will compete in inventive challenges that 50 Cent helped to create, while mastering the skills that took the rapper from his hard-knock life to the top of corporate America.
A BBC One series delves into our minds to find out how we think and fall in love.
How’s Your News began over ten years ago at a summer camp in Massachusetts for adults with disabilities. Interviews were soon conducted with real people, revealing a funny but also interesting concept. Copies were made of the show and eventually found their way to Matt Stone and Trey Parker, who were still struggling filmmakers at the time. Wanting to see more of the news program, they helped finance a documentary staring the best reporters from the summer camp.
2002 would roll around, with the team releasing a feature film about a cross country road trip. It would win several festival awards and be broadcast on HBO,Cinemax, and PBS. Two years later a short documentary was made about a trip to the Democrat and Republican National conventions. Then in 2006 a pilot episode was made for MTV. They were eventually given the greenlight and now their series is ready to air.
It's hard to believe that in less than two months, T.I. will be going to jail. With his incredibly busy schedule, Tip himself doesn't have time to dwell on it. He has work to do first. In addition to all the appearances he's been making to promote Paper Trail, he's been shooting movies, overseeing his artists' upcoming albums, being a family man and completing 1,000 hours of community service for felony weapons charges.
In "TI's Road to Redemption," Tip gives viewers an intimate look at his family life at home. He shows the extremes he has go through to maintain his accustomed level of fan love and media exposure while giving talks to kids as part of his community service. In the show, the rapper also tries to motivate seven at-risk teens across the country to change their lives.
It's not just about the meal, it's about the business of food. From the producers of Hell's Kitchen, original rock-star chef Marco Pierre White comes to America to host the ultimate food fight – a new competition set in the high-drama, high-stakes world of New York City restaurants.
The cooks are given a grilling over the course of the series. The teams, which are made up of couples, will be tested in challenges that vary from having less than a week to design and revamp a restaurant space to planning a menu and creating a signature dish. The winning couple will get a chance to have their dreams come true – opening their very own restaurant.
There Goes The Neighborhood, a new seven episode reality-competition series, premieres Sunday, Aug. 9 on CBS. The series features eight families in a suburban neighborhood who are enclosed by a massive 20-foot wall as they compete in family-friendly games for the grand prize of $250,000. In what promises to be the ultimate social and family bonding experiment, this neighborhood will be cut off from the outside world as it becomes family vs. family in a competition to win upgrades for their lives and their homes. With virtually no electricity and no ability to text-message, watch television or surf the Internet, these families will be forced to reconnect and work together as a team. For the duration of the competition, the eight homes will be surrounded by the daunting wall with no way in or out. Each week, another family will be voted out of the game until one victorious group remains to claim the $250,000 grand prize.
aka: My New BFF
Paris Hilton is a woman who needs no introduction, but she'd probably want one anyway. As America's #1 "it" girl, Paris and her entourage make headlines almost daily. Rolling with Paris' inner circle is a pleasure normally reserved for A-list celebrity friends like Nicole Richie and Britney Spears, but Paris has decided that she wants a new BFF -- and Paris Hilton always gets what she wants.
aka: Celebrity Apprentice
A reality-tv based show in which contestants compete for a job as an apprentice to billionaire American Donald Trump.
Brides-to-be compete in challenges to earn plastic-surgery procedures in a quest to win their ultimate dream wedding.
To win this competition, a group of talented hairstylists from around the world will literally go head-to-head in creative challenges that require more than just talent with a comb and scissors. Whether it's the bob, bouffant, perm, or chignon, hair becomes an art form as the contestants with a flair for hair compete in challenges that could put them one step closer to being crowned a “Shear Genius.”
From the guy next door to the A-list celebrity, everyone is a potential client and provides a true test of skill. The crop of budding stylists will come from all walks of life and hail from all over the nation. Some will get “cut” early and others will “blow away” the competition.
Bondi beach, where Australian metropolis Sidney's people and countless tourists seek sand and water fun, needs a professional corps of life-guards performing numerous rescues and preventive actions every day. They are among the best-trained, strictest selected, most motivated and hard-working rescuers in the world. They also consider it the best possible job, enjoyed in humanitarian dedication and the Aussie spirit of chivalrous macho fun, competition, pranks, mateship-loyalty and unrelenting effort to help weaker or inexperienced people in need. They constantly train eager newcomers on the job.
DC Cupcakes is an American reality television series which follows sisters and business partners Sophie LaMontagne and Katherine Kallinis as they run Georgetown Cupcake, a small cupcakery located in Washington, D.C..
aka: Food Revolution
Impassioned chef Jamie Oliver is determined to take on the high statistics of obesity, heart disease and diabetes in the United States. By talking to people in their communities, Oliver will attempt to show people the incredible rewards of cooking for themselves and the people they love. Oliver invites viewers to take a stand and change the way they eat.
A new reality series that incorporates aspects from the horror movie genre.
Thirteen people compete to stay alive as they face their deepest fears in an all-out elimination competition and scarefest. Pitted against each other in situations straight from the horror movies, the 13 will face shocking surprises, psychological scares and lots of "beware of the dark" moments, all designed by a "mastermind" of terror. In addition to frightening them, he will also entice individuals to work in concert with him and against the others, creating a situation in which the 13 will not only look over their shoulders but will also never be certain who is real before them. The death box was introduced, in which whoever possessed it had the power to kill off one to three other players. The death box had to be hidden, used and found in safety, for if someone else knew they had the box, they could accuse them and be sent to the execution ceremony. If there was a false accusation made, the accuser would then have to go to the execution ceremony.
Each week, one or two unlucky victims will be "killed off" via frightening challenges and game-playing until only one person is left to win the grand prize of—fittingly—$66,666.
aka: Top Model
The show's aim is to find a promising but as-yet undiscovered Australian fashion Model.
It's based on the franchise created by Tyra Banks with America's Next Top Model.
The series features a group of young female contestants who live together in a house for several weeks while taking part in challenges, photo shoots and meetings with members of the modelling industry. Normally, one poor-performing contestant is eliminated each week until the last contestant remaining is declared "Australia's Next Top Model" and receives a modelling contract and other prizes.
aka: Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares
aka: Top Model
Each week Gordon travels to a different restaurant in dire need of help.
He often has to deal with chefs and waitresses stuck in their ways,
ready-made meals and slow service, none of which he allows in any of his own restaurants.
With a long history in the food industry, Gordon uses his extensive knowledge to try and get them back on track and into financially viable businesses.
aka: Ryan and Tatum: The O'Neals
aka: Top Model
This series follows the emotional reunion of acting dynasty Ryan & Tatum O'Neal after 25 years of estrangement. As they look back at the moments that led to their fractured relationship, they struggle to rebuild and piece together their once strong bond.
aka: Amazon with Bruce Parry
aka: Top Model
In the series, Parry — a former British Royal Marine — travels over 6,000 km down the length of the Amazon River. Parry will meet and live with tribes, coca growers, loggers and illegal miners during the six part series. On his journey Parry travels by foot, light aircraft and boat.
For the first and last time, The Oprah Winfrey Show opens its doors to invite viewers behind the scenes for the making of the farewell season. See what happens off-camera as the staff, guests and Oprah herself reveal a side the public has never seen of one of television's most popular and enduring series. Get an inside look at the passion, the pressure and the people that dedicate their lives to producing one of the most beloved shows in television history.
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.
Tagline: Dont try this at home.
The cast performs various crazy stunts for our amusement.
A Chevy Impala ice re-surfacer. A Ford F-150 nutshaker. A NASCAR street sweeper. A Meteor Cadillac car-crusher. Jesse James and his posse of maverick designers and builders churn out a baker's dozen of the coolest baddest and meanest mean machines on the planet! Taking no more than seven days and $3000 worth of raw materials James and his band of outlaws transform an ordinary street vehicle into a monster-sized masterwork of motorized mayhem in each episode.
Cedric the Entertainer hosts this show where contestants are go through a number of challenges where they try to find the value of items.
"RuPaul's Drag U" is a series where everyday women compete in a series of challenges to unleash their inner diva. Hosted by RuPaul and a team of drag queen instructors, "Drag U" is a spin-off of the breakout hit series "RuPaul's Drag Race."
aka: Peter Andre Here to Help
aka: Here 2 Help
Peter Andre is an English-born Australian-raised singer-songwriter, television personality, and businessman.
Peter and his team travel to Solihull where they attempt to help single mum Corinne turn her life around.
Aimed at the adventure seeker, Departures is an action-packed and personal journey about two travelers. Scott Wilson and Justin Lukach leave their lives behind in search of unique experiences through some of the most beautiful and remote places on earth. From epic landscapes and unforgettable culture, to the often trying times that come with international travel, the series chronicles the unforgettable friendships, personal successes and sometimes crushing disappointments that befall them on their journey. Accompanied by their friend and cameraman, Andre Dupuis, Departures showcases the revelations of two travelers who strive to find themselves and new perspectives while trekking across the globe. Departures is as much about the journey as it is the destination. No prizes, no contests, just real life and real travel.
Former MTV VJ and television personality, La La Vazquez is set to star in a new series about her wedding, including all the planning and festivities leading up to her big day.
Missing Millions: Missing Millions is presented by Melanie Sykes and Paul Heiney. The presenters with the help of genealogist Nick Barratt and the Missing Millions team attempt to locate unwitting recipients with their forgotten fortunes.
A British reality show (in the Fly on the wall style) featuring action star Jean-Claude Van Damme
Over a 12-week period, 14 models compete for $100,000 and a modeling contract.
Documenting the 2010 football season at Long Beach Polytechnic High School in California,
a program that boasts the largest roster of players who have gone on to the NFL.
For Poly players, football is a way out of a neighborhood struggling with poverty, drugs and gangs.
But 2009 was a down year: Poly lost its first league game in 15 years and fell to crosstown rival Lakewood for the first time since 1982.
Can head coach Raul Lara drive his team back to the top in 2010? His players' dreams for a better future are riding on it.
Jamie's Dream School is a seven-part British television documentary series. In it, Jamie Oliver enrols a group of teenagers with fewer than five GCSEs into his "Dream School" - a school in which lessons are taught by celebrities who are specialists in particular subjects.
Aubrey O'Day had it all - fame, glamour, talent and an entourage as the lead singer in Danity Kane, one of the hottest all-girl bands, but her sassiness got her fired by Diddy on national TV during an episode of "Making the Band." In "All About Aubrey", O'Day will show the world that she has what it takes to make it in the music industry: on her own terms.
aka: Dinner Date Australia
aka: Here 2 Help
Single people are sent on a dinner date in the hope that some romance will blossom.
It's the chance to find true love over a three course meal, cooked by a blind date in their own home.
The series follows Tinsley Mortimer, New York's most talked-about "Park Avenue Princess," and her circle of often-controversial friends.
Some acts not seen on the main show, and more footage and interviews from those that were. Plus some relaxation time with the judges and presenters, all done with a knowing wink to the viewers.
A six-week challenge that places eight of America's top pastry chefs in intense competition as they vie for the title of 'Best Cake Artist in America'. The grand prize is $100,000 grand prize.