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    Catering Wars

    Catering Wars

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    What Should You Do?

    What Should You Do?

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    What Should You Do? is a life-saving series that deals with real people in life-threatening situations and dilemmas such as your car plunging off a bridge into a river or getting kidnapped and locked in a trunk. When you watch What Should You Do? you will learn helpful tips that just might save your life plus experience the suspense of people in life-threatening situations and watch them beat the odds. Go to http://tvshowsondvd.com/showinfo.cfm?showID=8262, Register, and vote for What Should You Do? to be released on full season DVDs! Broadcast History April 2003-July 2003----Tuesdays @ 8/7c July 2003-March 2004----Saturdays @ 11/10c April 2004-June 2004----Thursdays @ 11/10c June 2004-July 2004----Fridays @ 10/9c July 2004-October 2004---Saturdays @ 11/10c November 2004+-----------Fridays @ midnight/11cmoreless
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    DietTribe

    DietTribe

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    DietTribe is a reality series that revolves around a small group of close friends who decide to stop their poor eating habits and lose weight together.
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    Prayers For Bobby

    Prayers For Bobby

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    When Mary Griffith finds that her son Bobby is gay she becomes convinced that he can be cured of his 'sin', while the rest of their family comes to terms with his sexuality. To try to earn his mother's approval, Bobby increases his prayers and church activities while becoming increasingly depressed because of his Presbyterian Church's disapproval of homosexuality. Eventually Bobby commits suicide, prompting Mary rethink her judgmental ways and to finally accept her son.moreless
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    Oh Baby

    Oh Baby

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    Tracy is a middle-aged woman in her 30's. She lives her life normally as her biological clock is ticking away. She wants to finally settle down, marry, and have children. Suddenly, she realizes that probably all of the women in the office are pregnant. So, she decides to become a single mother. The people supporting her are: Charlotte, Tracy's best friend who is a psychiatrist and she has been divorced already twice; her brother Ernie who would like to quit his unhappy marriage and go painting in the Europe; Celia, Tracy's mother who is no table to have a conversation with somebody without the word "I". This series aired on Lifetime for 2 Seasons and 44 episodes. It was one more of those shows that were possible to make a big succession, but it was dropped after the second season. Since I made this decision to become a single mother, I've got a lot of thinking. In my generation of women grew up in some medium cave of age, And they practiced on us. I was told as a child That my goal was to be a mommy. That seemed right. Then, in rapid succession I was better than man, The same as man, They were born equal. And equal to them, but different. Interesting, that after so many different paimail role models, My real goal is still to be mommy. Also broadcasted in: - Finland - Great Britain - Spain: Canal + Spain - France: Canal + Francemoreless
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    I Married a Princess

    I Married a Princess

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    Production has begun on 13 half-hour episodes of the reality project, a "Newlyweds"-esque look at the married life of Catherine Oxenberg ("Dynasty") and Casper Van Dien ("Starship Troopers"). Oxenberg's mother is HRH Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia (now Serbia and Montenegro). The series will track the pair as they deal with the obstacles of family life, which includes five children from three different relationships. Production on the series, which comes from New Wave Entertainment.moreless
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    My Neighbor's Secret

    My Neighbor's Secret

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    After the death of his wife, a man decides to try and steal the wife of his neighbor.
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    Your Mama Don't Dance

    Your Mama Don't Dance

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    Ten professional dancers are paired with amateur partners who are trained in a variety of dance styles. Sounds like your typical reality dance competition, right? Wrong--these contestants don't know it, but each one is paired with a parent as their dance partner. The result will be a highly charged, emotional take on the dance competition genre. Ian Ziering hosts.moreless
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    America's Psychic Challenge

    America's Psychic Challenge

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    Lifetime's new reality competition features 16 unique individuals from across the country who claim to have the gift of clairvoyance. They're going to battle it out for the coveted title of America's #1 Psychic.moreless
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    Strong Medicine: First Response

    Strong Medicine: First Response

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    Welcome to the Strong Medicine: First Response guide at TV.com. A "younger, hipper, more action packed" spin-off from the Strong Medicine series.
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    For One Night

    For One Night

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    Based on a true story, this strong-willed teen makes it her mission to end the racial segregation of the high school prom in her small town. Together with the help of a visiting reporter, she faces an angry community that is resistant to change and refuses to back down. Watch how she makes history in the Lifetime made-for-tv movie.moreless
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    Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition

    Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition

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    Dance Mom's Abby Lee Miller and Pussy Cat Dolls creator Robin Antin judge Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition, a dance competition show for young dancers.
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    Scarlett

    Scarlett

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    A dramatic series set in New Orleans that revolves around a Anne Rice-based writer whose characters come to life.
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    Debt

    Debt

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    In the game of Debt, three players who are in the red by anywhere from $6,000 to $8,500 compete for the chance to win enough money to pay off their bills (or as they said on the show, "Go home with nothing!") At the beginning of the show, the debts are averaged to make things fair. In the first season, the first round consisted of 5 categories, each with 5 questions ranging in value from -$50 to -$250 in increments of $50. A box was picked, the clue was read, and the player who buzzed in got to guess. If correct, the player had that amount reduced from his/her debt. All questions used an "I am/You are" format, and players were penalized if they gave an incorrect answer. One of the questions was the "Debtinator" that was the round's most difficult question in the producers' opinion, and was worth -$500, regardless of the face value of the question. When time runs out or all the questions had been asked, the contestant with the highest debt was eliminated and got a consolation prize of $250 in a piggy bank. Round 2 is called Gambling Debt. 5 categories had values of -$300, -$400, -$500, -$750 and -$1,500. All categories had a list of something (IE: States I-35 Travels to). In turn, the contestants bid on how many they can name (ala Name That Tune's Bid-A-Note). The bidding's over once a contestant reaches the maximum amount or if a contestant tells an opponent to "Prove it!" (Name That Tune). The controlling contestant would have to get every answer right to win the money, but if he or she failed to complete the contract, the other player's debt was reduced. This game was played until either there's no way the opponent could catch up or the $1,500 question is played. The loser got a consolation prize of $500 in a piggy bank (for the record; I-35 travels to Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma & Texas). Bonus (Part 1): The winning contestant now played for his/her original debt to be erased. The player had 60 seconds to answer 10 questions correctly in a specific category. If he or she does, their debt is paid in full. If not, they kept whatever money they earned in the first two rounds, and had a chance to win $1,000 in a piggy bank on the next step. Wink would tell the contestant that they have a chance to win the value of their debt in a case the security guard holds. They can either stop or risk their newly paid debt and go for the question in which the contestant chooses a category s/he selected before the show. Bonus (Part 2): The final question is asked. If the player guessed correctly, they won the money they originally owned (or the $1,000 piggy bank if they failed on the first part of the bonus round). One male contestant was so happy, he ripped off his toupee & danced around all over it.moreless
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    Lisa Williams

    Lisa Williams

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    English clairvoyant Lisa Williams is back to wow people with her amazing and unique talents as a medium. In the special five episode docu-series, Williams will do one-on-one readings as well as impromptu readings on the street.moreless
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    Beyond Chance

    Beyond Chance

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    Beyond Chance is hosted by Melissa Etheridge. It explores miracles from women, but it sometimes includes men. The show is now cancelled and is off TV.
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    Acceptance

    Acceptance

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    Lifetime brings Susan Coll's novel "Acceptance" to the small screen. The dramadey focuses on a high school senior stressed out with applying to colleges. To add to her stress, her parents are divorcing and her mother is steering her towards college for the wrong reason - to find a husband!moreless
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    Final Justice with Erin Brockovich

    Final Justice with Erin Brockovich

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    Lifetime (ended 2003)
    Hosted by champion of justice Erin Brockovich, this one-hour series is based on real accounts of women who have had the courage to change the injustices they have encountered. It only takes one person to make a difference in the world. In each episode you will get the story of many women who have fought an injustice.moreless
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    A Woman Named Jackie

    A Woman Named Jackie

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    Get to know the icon that was Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis in this entertaining 3 consecutive night, 3-part television mini-series.
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    America

    America

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    In this Rosie O'Donnell-produced telepic for Lifetime, a boy's 16-year struggles with U.S. foster care system takes the spotlight. The Lifetime movie is set to premiere in February 2009.
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