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    Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

    Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

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    Travel Channel
    Andrew Zimmern wanders the globe searching for strange and unusual delicacies. In each destination, Andrew samples the native culinary delights. However, he doesn't go in for the normal foods that tourists would be drawn to. Instead, he goes after the strangest foods that the location has to offer. He explains the taste, texture and history of all the foods he tastes. Destinations include: U.S. gulf coast, Morocco, Spain, Scotland, and the Philippines.

    Bizarre Foods is a product of Tremendous! Entertainment and the Travel Channel.moreless
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    Obsessed

    Obsessed

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    A&E
    A&E delves into the lives of individuals who suffer from chronic anxiety disorders in this documentary-style reality series. These people have agreed to seek help through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which puts the patient face to face with their fears. We follow these individuals through therapy and see what this aggressive form of therapy does for them in end.moreless
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    Income Property

    Income Property

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    HGTV
    Host and renovation expert Scott McGillivray will help homeowners with high mortgage payments and low cash flow create "rental suites" in their homes as a way to help cut monthly expenses. Each episode will reveal how homeowners turn their unused rooms into rental spaces and increase the overall value of their house.moreless
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    Scream Queens

    Scream Queens

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    VH1
    VH1 is looking for girls who have the best heart-wrenching scream in a new series called Scream Queens. Ten unknown actresses compete for a role in the upcoming horror film, 'SAW VI' and their skills will be judged by a director from Lionsgate, along with Shawnee Smith (actress from past SAW movies).moreless
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    Best Ink

    Best Ink

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    Oxygen
    Top tattoo artists compete for a cash prize and a winning title. These artists will produce bona fide masterpieces on skin. The artwork will be created for, and on, real people in a variety of challenges to showcase the artists' talents.moreless
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    Flipping Out

    Flipping Out

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    Bravo
    Flipping Out takes a look at a peculiar real estate speculator, Jeff Lewis who lives in LA. He buys houses and "flips" them, selling them for a profit after fixing them up. He does so with the help of an unusual mix of disgruntled employees that he counts as friends. Broadcast History:
    Flipping Out premiered on Tuesday, July 31, 2007 at 10:00pm (ET). The series aired new episodes every Tuesday at 10:00pm (ET) for the first three seasons. The fourth season premiered on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at the series' new timeslot of 9:00pm (ET). The fifth season premiered on Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at 9:00pm (ET) before moving to its prior timeslot of Tuesdays at 9:00pm (ET). The sixth season premiered on Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 9:00pm (ET) before moving to its current timeslot of Tuesdays at 10:00pm (ET) on September 18, 2012.moreless
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    Giuliana & Bill

    Giuliana & Bill

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    Style Network
    Former Apprentice winner Bill Rancic and the Style Channel anchorwoman Giuliana will take on their own reality show on the STYLE network.
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    @midnight

    @midnight

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    Comedy Central
    Chris Hardwick hosts this game show, panel, internet comedy weeknight series on Comedy Central.
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    Run's House

    Run's House

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    MTV - Music Television
    Run's House is about former Run-DMC member turned reverend, Rev Run. Living in his mansion with his lovely wife Justine, his two daughters Vanessa and Angela, then there are his three sons JoJo, Diggy, and Russy. Going through all the fun and hard times a family goes through. This is not your average house. It's Run's House.moreless
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    Extreme Makeover

    Extreme Makeover

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    ABC (ended 2007)
    Extreme Makeover follows the stories of the lucky individuals who are chosen for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be given a truly "Cinderella-like" experience: a real life fairy tale in which their wishes come true, not just by changing their looks, but their lives and destinies. This magic is conjured through the skills of an "Extreme Team," including the nation's top plastic surgeons, eye surgeons and cosmetic dentists, along with a talented team of hair and makeup artists, stylists, and personal trainers, led by an on-camera Extreme Makeover expert. This season will feature more "news you can use" tips about fashion, hair and makeup for the home viewers also, so they, too, can experience a little bit of the show's magic. Each self-contained episode features two people, seen first in their "before" phase, then as they undergo their various procedures, and finally, in a climactic unveiling - the "after" -when the candidates reveal their new selves to their families and friends.moreless
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    Sell This House

    Sell This House

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    A&E
    Tanya Memme hosts this how-to reality show that helps homeowners stage their too-long-on-the-market homes for sale. Prospective buyers are taped by hidden cameras during an open house, and their comments provide the basis for changes in redecorating and staging the house. After the transformation, which is designed by Roger Hazard, the prospective buyers return to comment on the changes.moreless
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    Black. White.

    Black. White.

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    FX (ended 2006)
    In this new FX reality series, two families trade places to get a taste of how the other one lives. The catch? Through the use of extensive makeup, the African-American Sparks family from Atlanta will appear white, and the Caucasian Wurgel family from Santa Monica, California will look black.moreless
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    The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency

    The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency

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    Oxygen (ended 2008)
    Self-proclaimed "World's First Supermodel" Janice Dickinson launches her own modeling agency and Oxygen is there to chronicle it all. As of Season 4, the show will be known as The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency: Model House. Currently, The Janice Dickinson Agency has run for 4 seasons, with season 2 debuting on January 10th 2007 and a third being commissioned and debuting on December 4th 2007. The fourth season of The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency premiered on August 26th 2008.moreless
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    Who Do You Think You Are?

    Who Do You Think You Are?

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    TLC
    Based on a UK documentary series, this show traces the family trees of well known celebrities. This glimpse into the family history of celebrities often unearths interesting elements and ties to American history. The show aired on NBC for three seasons. The fourth season aired on TLC.moreless
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    Animal Cops: Detroit

    Animal Cops: Detroit

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    Animal Planet (ended 2005)
    Animal Cops: Detroit is a television reality show on Animal Planet. It takes place in Detroit, Michigan, home of the Michigan Humane Society. The Michigan Humane Society is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to serving animals since 1877 and receives no local, state or federal government funding. The MHS serves more than 48,000 animals each year and some of their programs include: animal adoptions, animal behavior and training, animal care and protection, charitable animal hospitals, cruelty investigation, education, legislation, lost and found pets, pet visitation, rescue of injured animals, sterilization and wildlife care and shelter. Field officers are dispatched to over 4,000 distress calls each year, rescuing more than 6,000 animals. Common complaints received include reports of animals with no food, water or shelter. The series is one of Animal Planet's top-rated shows; and belongs to an "umbrella rotation" of shows known collectively as "Animal Planet Heroes."moreless
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    The Weakest Link (UK)

    The Weakest Link (UK)

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    Nick Jr.
    The Weakest Link is a game show started in the USA on Nick Jr. from 2001-2002. Hosted by Craig Charles (2001-2002) and Claudia Winkleman (2002). It was surpassed by The Challenge. The series features a team of contestants who take turns answering general knowledge questions. The object of each round is to create a chain of consecutive correct answers to earn an increasing amount of money for a communal pot within a specific time limit. The number of "links" in a chain are equal to the number of the contestants at the start of the show. An incorrect answer breaks the chain and loses all the money accumulated up to that point; however, a contestant can say "bank" prior to their question being asked, the accumulated money is stored, and the chain resets to zero. Six contestants competed to win a top amount of 50 000 (2001-2002) and 100 000 (2002) by playing a quiz/elimination contest. At the end of each round, each player is voted off as The Weakest Link. The original format features a team of six contestants who take turns answering general knowledge questions. The object of each round is to create a chain of six consecutive correct answers and earn an increasing amount for a single communal pot within a certain time limit. An incorrect answer breaks the chain and loses any money earned in that chain. However, before their question is asked, a contestant can choose to bank the current amount of money earned in a chain to a safe pot, after which the chain starts afresh. A contestant's decision not to bank, in anticipation that they will be able to correctly answer the upcoming question allows the money to grow, as each successive correct answer earns proportionally more money. When the allotted time for each round ends, any money not banked is lost, and if the host is in the middle of asking a question, or has asked a question but the contestant has yet to answer, the question is abandoned. Occasionally, the host gives the correct answer whether the contestant is able to answer the question correctly or not. The round automatically ends if the team successfully reaches the maximum amount for the round before the allotted time expires, and the next person says "Bank". Each round thereafter is reduced by 10 seconds as players are eliminated. The remaining two players have 90 seconds on the clock for the triple stakes round. The first person to be asked a question in the first round is the player whose name is the first alphabetically in the original version. Every subsequent round starts with the "strongest link"—the player with the most correct answers—from the previous round, unless that person has been voted off, in which case the second strongest answers first. The bank's target value was the maximum amount of money that a team could accumulate in any one round, and if a team reached the target and banked it while already having money in the bank (a rare occurrence), the bank would be augmented to the target value instead of having the target value added to the bank. The number of money amounts/consecutive correct answers needed was determined by how many players were originally on the team. The Money Tree (2001-2002): 5000 4000 3000 2250 1000 500 100 The Money Tree (2002): 10 000 8000 6000 4500 3000 2000 500 At the end of each round, contestants must vote one player out of the game. Until the beginning of the next round, only the television audience knows exactly who the strongest and weakest links are statistically due to Goldwell's narration. While the contestants work as a team when answering questions, they are at this point encouraged to be ruthless with one another. Players often decide to vote off weaker rivals, but occasionally opt to eliminate stronger players as well. After the revealing of the votes, the host will interrogate the players on their choice of voting, the reasons behind their choice, as well as about their background and their interests. After interrogation, the player with the most votes is given a stern "You are the weakest link. Goodbye!" and must walk off the stage in what is called the "Walk of shame." In the event of a tie, the strongest link has the final decision about who is eliminated. If they voted for a tied player, they have the option of sticking with their vote or changing it. The strongest link usually sticks with their original choice, unless another player in the tie has voted for them. Occasionally, the strongest link has voted for someone who is not in the tie, and so is forced to change their decision one way or the other. The final two contestants work together in a final round identical to the previous ones; however, all money banked at the end of this round is tripled and added to the current money pool, forming the final total for the game. At the end of this round, there is no elimination, with the game instead moving to a head to head round. For the head to head round, the remaining two players are each required to answer five questions each in a penalty shootout format. The strongest link from the previous round chooses who goes first. Whoever has the most correct answers at the end of the round wins the game. In the event of a tie, the game goes to "sudden death". Each player continues to be asked questions as usual, until one person answers a question correctly and the other incorrectly. The winner of the game takes home all of the money accumulated in the prize pool for the game, and the loser leaves with nothing, like all previous eliminated players. From 2001-2002, the maximum is 50 000 and In 2002, the maximum cash jackpot is 100 000. The winner of the game got to keep all the money in the bank, while the loser & 4 or 6 others would leave with nothing. moreless
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    Pointless

    Pointless

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    BBC
    Alexander Armstrong presents Pointless, a game show where, unlike the others, it is the lowest scoring teams who proceed into the subsequent rounds. Before an episodes is recorded 100 people are given questions which can have multiple answers (e.g: Name countries beginning with D), then the contestants answer and the points they receive is equal to how many of the 100 said it. So they need an aswer that few of the 100 gave, if none of the 100 said it the contestant gets 0 points (aka 'Pointless'). It was played by five teams of two in the first season and then four teams of two from the second season onwards. It originally aired on BBC-2 up to episode 135 and then BBC-1 from episode 136.

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    • Pointless: The Board Game
    • Pointless: The Travel Game
    • The 100 Most Pointless Things in the World (book)
    • The 100 Most Pointless Arguments in the World (book)moreless
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    Big Rich Texas

    Big Rich Texas

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    Style Network
    Get to know the inside of the elite Dallas social scene following five rich and competitive mothers and their spoiled daughters.
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    Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution

    Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution

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    ABC (ended 2011)
    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 or cooking for themselves and the people they love. Oliver invites viewers to take a stand and change the way they eat.moreless
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    The Vanilla Ice Project

    The Vanilla Ice Project

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    DIY
    Vanilla Ice (aka Robert Van Winkle) shows off his knack for home renovation as he attempts the most difficult project yet, the total renovation of a six-bedroom, five-bath lake home in Palm Beach, FL.moreless
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