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    Celebrity Duets

    Celebrity Duets

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    FOX (ended 2006)
    Celebrity Duets was produced by Simon Cowell, who is best-known for his role in American Idol. Similar to Dancing with Celebrities, Celebrity Duets took established singing stars and paired them with with celebrities who were normally outside the music industry. On Thursday nights, the show followed the professional singers as they instructed their celebrity partners, chose songs and performed duets in front of a panel of judges and a live studio audience. Viewers voted on their favorites, and the results were revealed on a live Friday night episode. Contestants competed for charity.moreless
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    The Rich List

    The Rich List

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    FOX (ended 2006)
    The Rich List is a game show hosted by Eamonn Holmes. Here is how the game works: Round 1: two strangers are teamed up to fill in missing answers from a list. The lists are very diverse, it can be about movies, television, music, geography. Contestants bid against each other on how many answers they can get. If the team doesn't get the number they said they would the other team wins and moves on The Rich List. Round 2: The winning team moves to the second round where they earn more money for each correct answer. The fun doesn't end there. The winning team keeps playing until they lose. There is no limit on what a team can win.moreless
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    Skating with Celebrities

    Skating with Celebrities

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    If you thought Dancing with the Stars was entertaining, just take a look at Skating with Celebrities, FOX's new reality competition which pits six professional figure skaters with six celebrities, whom have little to no skill in the sport. Serving as host is Olympic gold medalist and world champion figure skater Scott Hamilton.

    The celebrity/professional pairings are: 1) Comedian Dave Coulier ("Full House") and two-time Olympic medal winner Nancy Kerrigan. 2) Olympic decathlon gold medalist Bruce Jenner and world champion pairs figure skater Tai Babilonia. 3) Actor Todd Bridges ("Different Strokes") with three-time U.S. national pairs figure skating champion Jenni Meno. 4) Actress Kristy Swanson ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer") and two-time Olympic pairs figure skating medalist and world champion Lloyd Eisler. 5) Singer/songwriter Deborah Gibson with four-time world figure skating champion Kurt Browning. 6) television personality/reporter Jillian Barberie ("Good Day LA") with three-time U.S. pairs champion and world figure skating champion John Zimmerman.

    The pairs must face the challenge of learning new routines that test their artistic and athletic abilities. The pressure is on as the teams compete in front of a panel of judges including Olympic gold medalist and world figure skating champion Dorothy Hamill. Lending their choreography expertise are five-time U.S. National ice dance champion and Emmy Award-winning choreographer Michael Seibert, U.S. and world figure skating champion and director/choreographer Randy Gardner and three-time U.S. ice dance champion Renee Roca.moreless
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    The Swan

    The Swan

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    FOX (ended 2004)
    The Swan offers ugly ducklings to transforms themselves into a beautiful swan. It offers women the incredible opportunity to undergo physical, mental and emotional transformations and follows them through the process. This groundbreaking idea culminates in a pageant in which one woman will be crowned "The Ultimate Swan." Each of the contestants will be assigned a team of specialists -- a coach, therapist, trainer, cosmetic surgeon, dentist and stylist -- that will work together to design the perfect individually-tailored program. The final reveal will be especially dramatic because the contestants will not be permitted to see themselves in a mirror during the three-month transformation process. FOX Broadcast History April 2004 - May 2004 .... Monday, 9:00pm October 2004--December 2004 Mondays, 9pm/8c Special Presentations April 7, 2004 .... Wednesday, 9/8c December 20, 2004....Monday , 8/7cmoreless
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    Boot Camp

    Boot Camp

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    FOX (ended 2001)
    "Save the drama for your mamma and push"... Boot Camp was a reality TV show that aired on Fox. Boot Camp invited 16 civilian contestants to surrender every aspect of their lives and to participate in real-life military training. The game, as other reality TV shows, was based on participation and elimination. The real life Drill Instructors (DI's) set the pace of the recruits 24 hours a day. The recruits were put through a multitude of obstacle courses and other specialized training activities, aimed at building confidence and facing their fears. During the 8 episodes, the contestants took part in a mission that tested their training and ultimately revealed the weakest link in the squad. Throughout each episode the contestants faced and evaluation by their peers. The results of the evaluation determined who stays and goes. Ultimately the contestants competed for a $500,000 cash prize!moreless
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    Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage

    Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage

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    FOX (ended 2001)
    From the creators of MTV's The Real World and Road Rules, Fox - the network that brought us Temptation Island - brings us the hottest new reality show on TV, Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage , a mix of Survivor, Temptation Island and The Love Boat. 16 singles, 8 men and 8 women, put together on a boat, sailing through the Caribbean waters in the way to Aruba, to play a seduction game where only one couple will put their hands on a handsome 200,000 dollars reward and get to travel around the world. If they're lucky enough, they might even find the love of their lives. Every 48 hours the couples are switched, and at the end of these 48 hours each group has to vote one person from the opposite sex out of the boat, who is sent to "Loser Island" (Aruba) until the last couple is defined. From time to time, the couples will compete among them for "the switch card". The person that gets the switch card has the power to change someone who was voted off the boat for another that was not. The singles also have to face the "hot seat", a chair where they sit to answer often indiscreet questions made by the other singles. Castmates: (picture, left-right) Top row: Tony, Jeanette, Adrian, Gina, Bob, Anthony Middle row: Greg, Tomiko, Darin, Laura, Michael, Lisa, Melissa Lower row: Ralph, Toni, Andrea Fox Broadcast History: (7 episodes) • September 2001 --- Tuesdays/Wednesdays 9pm • October 2001 --- Mondays/Tuesdays 9pmmoreless
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    American Juniors

    American Juniors

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    From the people who brought you American Idol, get ready to see a new brand of pop idols in American Juniors. Ryan Seacrest and the rest of the crew are on a mission two find the five best singers and dancers age 6-13 in America, including Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Chattanooga. During the auditions, producers evaluated each contestant's singing and dancing abilities, and as part of the show's production, will whittle down the group of thousands to 20 semi-finalists. And who decides the final 5? It all comes down to the viewing public. This has the same feel as American Idol, only with different judges.moreless
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    Joe Millionaire

    Joe Millionaire

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    This unscripted drama series sends 20 women to a European country for a whirlwind romance with a man whom they think is a dashing millionaire. In reality, however, Joe Millionaire is a blue-collar worker raised in humble surroundings with only limited financial security. As he woos each woman, "Joe" will grapple with the difficulty of maintaining his million dollar charade. When he makes his final choice, he must reveal the truth about his month-long masquerade and his real financial standing to her.moreless
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    Osbournes: Reloaded

    Osbournes: Reloaded

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    Famous family the Osbournes are gearing up to host their own variety show with the help of FremantleMedia North America, the force behind American Idol. The show is expected to be fashioned after Sabado Gigante and Germany's Wanna Bet? and to include game show, comedic, and musical elements.moreless
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    Renovate My Family

    Renovate My Family

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    FOX is making over America one family at a time with Renovate My Family. From fine-tuning each family member's personal appearance, to architectural face-lifts of the home, to "pimped-out" cars and even something special for the pets, nothing is left undone on this life-altering makeover series. "This is the most comprehensive makeover show ever on television," said Darnell. "Leaving no stone unturned, this crew of experts will literally change people's lives, taking on every member of the family. They'll transform sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, dogs, cars and will even strip a house down to studs if they have to." Hosted by best-selling author Jay McGraw, son of Dr. Phil McGraw, Renovate My Family is not just a home-improvement show – it's a life improvement program that visits families who have encountered some challenge along the way. Whether it be weight issues, physical disabilities or a home that is crumbling, Renovate My Family can overcome any obstacle, get families back on track and help them forge ahead toward their goals. A panel of makeover professionals – a stylist, an interior designer, a construction crew, and even experts to re-invent cars and pets – will help restore and redecorate the lives of families in need. McGraw spent his adolescence learning and living his father's "Life Strategies." Since he was 19, McGraw has been at the forefront of teen authorities, translating his father's philosophies into language teens can understand and enjoy. He is the author of The New York Times bestseller, "Life Strategies For Teens," and "Closing The Gap: A Strategy for Bringing Parents and Teens Together." His most recent best-selling book is "The Ultimate Weight Solution For Teens: The 7 Keys to Weight Freedom." Renovate My Family is from Rocket Science Laboratories, the producers of "Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy," "My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé" and "Joe Millionaire." Jean-Michel Michenaud, Chris Cowan and Ray Giuliani serve as executive producers. Janelle Fiorito serves as co-executive producer.moreless
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    Method & Red

    Method & Red

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    Two rappers, Method Man and Redman, move into a nice suburban neighborhood in New Jersey. They make it uncomfortable for their neighbors, but try hard to fit in with the neighborhood. Method Man and Redman are puttin' the urban in suburban.moreless
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    Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage

    Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage

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    Nadya Suleman, the 'Octomom', has signed on for a reality television show starring her 14 children. The children will earn money for being on the show, if the judge approves it. Filming is slated for September but no network has picked up the series yet.moreless
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    Busted Everywhere

    Busted Everywhere

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    Busted Everywhere is a comedic reality show on Fox that is something like a hybrid between ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos and MTV’s Punk’d. What are some of the craziest, weirdest, funniest, and most disgusting things that people do when they think that nobody is watching? Busted Everywhere tackles that question and you may be surprised, and disturbed, by the answer! From the purely dumb to the highly offensive, Busted Everywhere is not afraid to expose it all. It is pretty common to try out skinny dipping—but it is Busted Everywhere-worthy to try out it in a complete stranger’s backyard pool. It is also not too rare to drink liquor—but it is Busted Everywhere-worthy for a carpet cleaner to hide stolen liquor bottles in his steam cleaner. Busted Everywhere provides plenty of laughs and humor about the very, very strange things that some people do. Just one warning: do not let your opinion of mankind be lowered by anything you see on the show. Oh, and hope that YOU are not the next one to appear on the small screen, doing something highly embarrassing.moreless
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