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    Project Runway All Stars

    Project Runway All Stars

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    Lifetime
    In this special show, thirteen former fan favorites and Project Runway superstars are returning to the show to compete against one another for a $100,000 cash prize, which has been increased to $150,000 in season two.moreless
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    Boston Med

    Boston Med

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    ABC
    Filmed over four months at Massachusetts General, Brigham and Women's, and Children's Hospital Boston, go inside the daily lives of the doctors, nurses and patients there.
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    Showhouse Showdown

    Showhouse Showdown

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    HGTV
    Former The Bachelor starBob Guiney is hosting each episode where local interior designers across America will compete to finish ten room makeovers inside two, identical homes.The potential buyers will decide who wins.moreless
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    Colour Confidential

    Colour Confidential

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    HGTV
    Colour Confidential is the HGTV series where designer Jane Lockhart uses her skills to bring a splash of color to spaces that desperately need it. Jane takes on clients of all kinds, from families to executives, making them amazing colorful rooms that are custom to their tastes and needs.moreless
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    Trading Spaces

    Trading Spaces

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    TLC
    Many of the original cast return for an all new season/series in 2018, a decade after the final episodes aired! The first and best home decorating show, and certainly the most copied show of it's kind, ended its run in December 2008 after 8 years. Host Paige Davis, 2 talented professional designers and 1 or 2 skilled carpenters were given just 2 days and a thousand dollars each week to help 1 person and their friend or relative improve a room belonging to another person, usually a neighbor, while that same other person and their friend or relative had a go at improving the first persons room in return. The journey was much of the fun as both the viewer and the homeowners learned new ways to remake their rooms in innovative ways, while wondering if the homeowners would love or hate their new rooms! Ever sit in a friend or relative's home and wish you could strip or paint the walls, take up the floor, sew and replace fabric on the couch or chairs? Well this show was for you... Trading Spaces was a design show based on the British series Changing Rooms. For the first 4 seasons, the show took two sets of neighbors, and they switched one room in each other's home. They were given a $1,000 budget and they only had two days to completely redesign their neighbor's room. They were assigned a designer and shared a carpenter. Starting with season 5, the neighbors and the designer got to choose the room and if they get the right room Paige picked, they would get extra money (usually twice the normal $1000) for the room. But they still only had two days to completely redesign their neighbor's room after the prep day. They still were not allowed back in to their own rooms until the two days are up. At the end of each episode, the host would sit down to talk with the designers about the room they just finished. Then, the host took the owners into their rooms, with their eyes closed, and revealed the room to them. Will they like the design? Will they hate them? Will they get rid of the design... The answer could be surprising during the reveal. During season 5 and continuing through season 7, Paige Davis was dropped from the show and a host-less format took over, with the designers and carpenters serving most of the functions Paige had done so well. The show continued, but seemed to loose focus, as the producers tried a number of changes to the format. They added a 2nd carpenter to each show in several seasons, added several of the designers and carpenters from the sister show While You Were Out to the roster, but ratings continued to stay low. So in season 8 the producers replaced everyone except Laura Day and Frank Bialec and one carpenter with a handful of new designers & 2 new male carpenters. The ratings must have nosedived because after less than half a season was shown, the new network bosses at TLC fired the production company and convinced Paige Davis and a 1/2 dozen of the most popular designers and carpenters to return to the show and see if going back to basics could restore the popularity the show had lost when Ms. Davis was let go. With the best talent on the show again, could the magic happen again! Apparently not, as the show was canceled after two more short seasons were shown. Some of the last season episodes were moved to a morning time-slot which probably lost the viewers that still remained. It was apparently a case of fixing the mistakes made to make the show without Paige Davis a little too late to recapture the audience that had moved on to other decorating shows during her absence. Trading Spaces Products - VHS/DVD Releases: The Best of Trading Spaces Trading Spaces - They Hated It! Trading Spaces: Season 1 Viewer's Choice Trading Spaces: Season 2 Viewer's Choice Book Releases: Behind the Scenes Book Make It Yours! Color! Paige by Paige: A Year of Trading Spaces Trading Spaces Ultimate Episode Guide Trading Spaces Trivia: Seasons 1-3 Ty's Tricks $100 to $1000 Makeovers 48-Hour Makeovers Rooms for Living Instant Impact Game Releases: Trading Spaces Design Companion (computer game) Trading Spaces Game (board game) Most of these can be purchased through TLC.com. Just go to the Trading Spaces site at TLC.com and click on 'Buy TS Stuff' -- some items can be found at other sites such as Amazon.com. Awards & Nominations 2002 - Daytime Emmy - Nominated - Outstanding Special Class Series 2002 - Daytime Emmy - Nominated - Single Camera Editing 2002 - Emmy - Nominated - Outstanding Special Class Program 2003 - Emmy - Nominated - Outstanding Nonfiction Program 2005 - People's Choice - Nominated- Favorite Reality Makeover Show Spinoffs! Trading Spaces: Family Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls Cast Hosts Paige Davis (seasons 2-5, 9-10) Alex Mcleod (season 1) Designers Frank Bielec Laura Day Genevieve Gorder Christi Proctor Rick Rifle (season 4) Dez Ryan (season 1) Laurie Smith Kia Steve-Dickerson Hildi Santo-Tomas Edward Walker Cat Wei (Trading Spaces: Family season 1) Douglas Wilson Barry Wood Vern Yip (seasons 2-4) Jon Laymon Carpenters Faber Dewar Carter Oosterhouse Amy Wynn Pastor Ty Pennington (seasons 1-4)moreless
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    Dateline Jerusalem

    Dateline Jerusalem

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    Vision Video
    Dateline Jerusalem follows the last week of the life of Jesus Christ as outlined in history by providing in-depth analysis and insight by Martyn Lewis and other on site anchors. This news special consists of eight 15-minute sections that detail each day of the momentous week leading up to the first Easter. The Holy Week comes alive as the show explains details of Palm Sunday, the arrest, the trial, crucifixion, and resurrection from a unique historical perspective that captures the true essence of the sacred time. This series examines the political undertones that provided the reason for the religious persecution. The narration explains evidence of blasphemy and the controversy surrounding Jesus' death. Whether you are learning about the Holy Week for the first time or a biblical scholar, you will acquire insights about Jesus and Jerusalem that will cause you to reflect and will leave you with a greater understanding of this historic week which has changed the world.moreless
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    Chasing Classic Cars

    Chasing Classic Cars

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    Velocity
    Chase classic cars with Wayne Carini on Velocity's automotive series!
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    The Balancing Act

    The Balancing Act

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    Lifetime
    "The Balancing Act" is a show for women who want a fast-paced half-hour of news you can use, and endless entertainment! This includes your daily dose of trends and tips featuring advice from the country's leading experts - as well as covering great topics like - health, family, finances and lifestyle. Bringing a great balance to the show - new hosts Beth Troutman, and Kristy Villa bring not only their tastes, but a whole new flavor to "The Balancing Act".moreless
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    What Not To Wear

    What Not To Wear

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    TLC
    TLC's What Not To Wear is a spin off of What Not To Wear airing on BBC America. The reality show premise is simple: friends and family members nominate a candidate that they consider poorly dressed and ask the show to make over the "fashion victim." Fashion Police Stacy London and her partner, Clinton Kelly (or Wayne Scott Lukas in the first season) ambush the candidate and make them an offer-- they are given a $5000.00 budget for a new wardrobe, which they must purchase in New York City boutiques over the course of two days, but only on the condition that they allow Stacy & Clinton/ Wayne to critique, and in most cases throw out, their existing wardrobe. For grooming tips, hairdresser Nick Arrojio and makeup artist Carmindy help refine the candidate's look.moreless
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    Sister Wives

    Sister Wives

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    TLC
    Kody, his wives Meri, Janelle and Christine and their 13 kids are a polygamist family in Utah. Koby has decided to add a fourth wife to the family, a woman who is younger than his current wives and three of their children.moreless
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    Corner Gas

    Corner Gas

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    CTV (ended 2009)
    Corner Gas is about the lives of the people who live in Dog River and hang around the only gas station and restaurant in town. The cast of characters includes Brent LeRoy, the owner of Corner Gas and chronic comicbook reader; his assistant at the station, Wanda Dollard, who is just a little too well educated to be stuck where she is, but doesn't seem to mind it; Hank Yarbo, Brent's friend from his school days whose hobbies consist of hanging out at the gas station and drinking coffee; Lacey Burrows, a big-city girl who's a little out of place in small town Saskatchewan; Brent's parents, Oscar and Emma LeRoy, who bicker all the time, but when push comes to shove, they're there for each other; and the town constabulary, Davis Quinton and Karen Pelly, who seem to get into more trouble than they stop. The show has been a favourite in Canada since its inception, and has constantly hit high marks in the ratings, making it the number one comedy in Canada. It has garnered numerous award nods and wins, including the Canadian Comedy Awards, the Directors' Guild of Canada, Writers' Guild of Canada, Gemini Awards and an Emmy nomination. Opening Theme Not A Lot Goin' On, by Craig Northey and Jesse Valenzuela You can tell me that your dog ran away And then tell me that it took three days I've heard every joke, I've heard every one you're sayin' You think there's not a lot goin' on Well, look closer, baby, you're so wrong And that's why you can stay so long Where there's not a lot goin' on. Closing Theme My Happy Place, by Craig Northey I don't know the same things you don't know I don't know, I just don't know It's a great big place Full of nothin' but space And it's my happy place I don't know Yes you do You just won't admit it I don't know the same things you don't know I don't know I just don't know.moreless
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    My Fair Wedding with David Tutera

    My Fair Wedding with David Tutera

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    WE - Women's Entertainment
    Wedding planner to the stars David Tutera rescues couples heading for wedding disasters and turns their soirées into platinum parties. David and his team help turn events from drab to unique, one-of-a-kind affairs.moreless
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    Katie Morgan's Porn 101

    Katie Morgan's Porn 101

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    HBO
    Katie Morgan's Porn 101 is an HBO series in which the adult-film star examines the history of pornography.
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    Divine Design with Candice Olson

    Divine Design with Candice Olson

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    HGTV
    Candice Olson takes the drab and unlivable and turns it into sophisticated and stylish! See how she transforms the most challenging of living spaces!
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    Railroad Alaska

    Railroad Alaska

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    Destination America
    A reality/lifestyle series chronicling the lives of both the off-grid settlers who live along the Alaskan Railroad, and the Alaska Railroad Corporation's workers, and the challenges they face, whether its simply struggling to survive in the beautiful yet unforgiving environment, or fighting to keep the trains running.moreless
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    The Best Sex Ever

    The Best Sex Ever

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    Cinemax (ended 2003)
    Welcome to The Best Sex Ever guide at TV.com.

    This adult anthology series from Cinemax, revolving around the sexual exploits recounted by listeners of a fictional radio call-in show, ran for two seasons.moreless
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    Toddlers & Tiaras

    Toddlers & Tiaras

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    TLC
    Take a look behind the curtain and the controversial world of child beauty pageants in this TLC docu-series.
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    Make Me A Supermodel

    Make Me A Supermodel

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    Bravo
    Bravo's newest competition reality series, Make Me A Supermodel where 7 guys and 7 girls share a house together in New York City and compete for $100,000, a contract for New York Model Management and a chance to be a Supermodel.

    In Season 1, Supermodels Niki Taylor and Tyson Beckford hosted, mentored and judged the models along with help from Cory Bautista and Jennifer Starr. Each week, viewers got to vote online and by phone to determine who got what it took and who didn't. Holly Kiser emerged victorious over all the other models to become the 1st Make Me A Supermodel Winner.

    Season 2, Tyson returns as host and mentor and is joined by Australian supermodel, Nicole Trunfio along with a a new panel of judges including world-renowned designer Catherine Malandrino, model Jenny Shimizu, famed photographer Perou and international model scout Marlon. This season there are now 8 guys & 8 girls being judged and there is now phone, online or text voting. The judges excuse themselves and discuss which models are in and which model is out. Make Me A Supermodel moves to Wednesday nights from Thursday and keeps its 10 pm slot.moreless
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    Queer Eye

    Queer Eye

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    Netflix
    Queer Eye has been revived by Netflix, with an all new cast. All eight episodes of the Season 1 Reboot are available on Netlfix on February 7, 2018. Queer Eye is an Emmy award-winning American reality television series that premiered on the Bravo cable television network on July 15, 2003. The program's name was changed from Queer Eye for the Straight Guy after the third season to broaden the scope of its content. The series was created by openly gay executive producer David Collins and his straight producing partner David Metzler, and produced by their production company, Scout Productions. The show is premised on and plays with the stereotypes that gay men are superior in matters of fashion, style, personal grooming, interior design, and culture. In each episode, the team of five gay men known collectively as the "Fab Five" perform a makeover (in the parlance of the show, a "make-better") on a person, usually a straight man, revamping his wardrobe, redecorating his home, and offering advice on grooming, lifestyle, and food. Queer Eye for the Straight Guy debuted in 2003 and quickly became both a surprise hit and one of the most talked-about television programs of 2003. The success of the show led to merchandising, franchising of the concept internationally, and a woman-oriented spin-off, Queer Eye for the Straight Girl. The show's name was shortened to Queer Eye at the beginning of its third season to reflect the show's change in direction from making over only straight men to including women and gays. Queer Eye ended production in June 2006 and the final 10 episodes aired in October 2007. The series ended October 30. The "Fab Five" in the show, consist of: Ted Allen: "Food and Wine Connoisseur", expert on alcohol, beverages, food preparation, and presentation Kyan Douglas: "Grooming Guru", expert on hair, grooming, personal hygiene, and makeup Thom Filicia: "Design Doctor", expert on interior design and home organization Carson Kressley: "Fashion Savant", expert on clothing, fashion, and personal styling Jai Rodriguez: "Culture Vulture", expert on popular culture, relationships, and social interactionmoreless
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    HGTV Design Star

    HGTV Design Star

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    HGTV
    HGTV Design Star is back for an all new season as 12 new contestants see if they have what it takes to be the next Design Star. Previous winners include: Season 1 David Bromstad Season 2 Kim Myles Season 3 Jennifer Bertrand Season 4 Antonio Ballatore Season 5. In Season 8, the show changed is name to HGTV Star. moreless
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