Masterchef Australia: MasterChef Australia is an Australian competitive cooking game show based on the original British version of MasterChef.
Top Chef Canada
Top Chef Canada: In this high stakes competition series, audiences get to see 16 up-and-coming Canadian chefs battle it out to win a $100,000 cash prize, a GE Monogram Kitchen valued at over $30,000, and the coveted title of Canadas Top Chef.
Forged in Fire
Forged in Fire: Forged in Fire features world-class bladesmiths competing against each other to create some of the most iconic edged weapons from history.
The Real Housewives of New York City
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Made in Chelsea
Made in Chelsea: Its time to peek behind the designer curtains of South West London and meet Londons young socially elite, Made in Chelsea.Yes, theyre immaculately dressed; yes, they are fiercely ambitious; and of course they party hard. But beyond the posh accents, fast cars and polo parties, life isnt all champagne and canapés.See the real-life rivalries and relationships that set tongues wagging and phones beeping behind closed doors on the Kings Road.
Restaurant Impossible: Turning around a failing restaurant is a daunting challenge under the best of circumstances. Attempting to do it in just two days with only $10,000 may be impossible, but thats exactly what Chef Robert Irvine sets out to do in his new Food Network show, Restaurant Impossible. Robert will use a little MacGyver and a lot of muscle to rescue these desperate places from complete collapse. Can one man, in two days, with $10,000, turn the tide of a failing restaurant and give hope to the owners and their employees? Find out as Robert Irvine takes on Restaurant: Impossible.
Ridiculousness: Ridiculousness” takes the funniest amateur internet videos and builds them into an episode of edgy, funny, and most importantly, timeless television. Driven by Dyrdek, the core content of “Ridiculousness” are the videos framed by Rob’s unique style, pacing, and infectious energy. Rob breaks down the hottest clips, laughing along with co-hosts Sterling “Steelo” Brim and Chanel West Coast (Fantasy Factory’s rapping receptionist). Shot on a studio set with an audience of fans and celebrity guests such as Johnny Knoxville (“Jackass,” “Wildboyz”), Travis Pastrana (“Nitro Circus”), Ryan Dunn (“Jackass”), and Christopher “Big Black” Boykin (“Rob & Big”), “Ridiculousness” brings the best of the internet to MTV, taking the video clip show to the next level.
Little People Big World
Little People, Big World: In the most in-depth television documentation of the lives of Little People, the series follows the Roloffs...
Million Dollar Listing
Million Dollar Listing: Bravo has closed the deal to bring viewers Million Dollar Listing a six-episode original series chronicling the high-stakes, cutthroat world of real estate in a thriving market.It reveals the drama behind the familiar world of real estate in the most affluent neighborhoods of Los Angeles, and delves into the lives of agents who will do just about anything to make the sale happen focusing on these characters, the sellers, the buyers, and their intertwining lives.Each episode follows the personal dramas of savvy Los Angeles-based realtors as they undergo mental, physical and sometimes comical juggling acts required to keep their professional lives afloat - all in the name of selling the next hot listing.
House Rules: The Australia-wide competition from the makers of My Kitchen Rules will see six teams from around the country put their homes on the line and their skills to the test in a fight for supremacy and a life-changing prize.
Vanderpump Rules: The series follows Lisa Vanderpump as she divides her time between her motherly duties and hectic business. It also encompasses the employees at SUR as they work on building their futures.
Chopped: Chopped is a Food Network reality based cooking television series created by Michael Krupat, produced by Daniel Kay, and hosted by Ted Allen.In each episode, four chefs compete. The show is divided into three rounds: Appetizer, Entrée and Dessert. In each round, the chefs are given a basket containing between three and five ingredients, and the dish each competitor prepares must contain each of those ingredients. Generally speaking, the ingredients are ones which are not commonly prepared together. For example, in Yucca, Watermelon, Tortillas, the episode which aired on February 10, 2009, the appetizer course boxes contained watermelon, canned sardines, pepper jack cheese, and zucchini. The competitors are also given access to a pantry and refrigerator stocked with a wide variety of other ingredients. Each round has a time limit: twenty minutes for the Appetizer round (thirty minutes in some season one episodes), and thirty minutes for the Entrée and Dessert rounds (one episode gave the chefs forty-five minutes in the entrée round to allow them to handle a whole twelve-pound turkey; another gave the chefs fifty minutes in the dessert round). The chefs must cook their dishes and have them plated before time runs out. After each round, the judges critique the dishes based on presentation, taste, and creativity. The judges then decide which chef is chopped, who is then eliminated from the competition. Thus, by the dessert round, only two chefs remain. When deciding the winner, the judges consider not only the dessert course, but the entire meal presented by each chef as a whole. The winner receives $10,000.
Spring Baking Championship
Spring Baking Championship: As temperatures begin to warm with the turn to spring, the competition in the kitchen heats up as eight of the countryâ€™s most-talented bakers compete on Food Networkâ€™s new series Spring Baking Championship. Bobby Deen hosts this sweet competition, in which contestants attempt to rise to the occasion with their springtime treats and win a sweet spot in the hearts of judges Duff Goldman, Nancy Fuller and Lorraine Pascale. Only one winner will take home the grand prize of $50,000 and the title of Spring Baking Champion. From creating Motherâ€™s Day brunches to serving up Memorial Day family picnics, the competitors must prove their baking abilities each step of the way. In each of the six episodes, the bakers are tested in a pre-heat round, in which one baker is granted a special advantage in the main heat. Along the way they must endure surprising twists in order to succeed.
Wicked Tuna: Explores the business of blue-fin tuna fishing in Gloucester, Mass., as crews set sail for the elusive fish that can fetch between $3,000 and $15,000 in peak season.
Bar Rescue: The premise of the show centers around taking bars that are failing and trying to turn them around into money-making establishments. The magician that hopes to enact these changes is Jon Taffer, a 30-year industry veteran who is also president of the Nightclub & Bar Media Group.
Worst Cooks in America
Worst Cooks in America: Follow bad home cooks as they overcoming a series of high-pressure culinary challenges to help triumph over their inability to cook. Lead by top Food Network chefs the two who make it to the end will have to prepare a three-course, restaurant-quality meal for a panel of food critics who think they are tasting dishes prepared by top-chefs.
Americas Funniest Home Videos
Americas Funniest Home Videos: Viewers from around America send in funny moments captured (or staged) by their own video cameras. Results are often painful to watch. :-)
Cold Justice: In small towns across America, cases involving violent crimes can often go cold because of a lack of funding, resources and state-of-the-art forensic technology. With the right resources, though, it is possible that many of these cold cases can be re-opened and solved, bringing dangerous criminals to justice and providing closure for the families of their victims.
Shark Tank: Shark Tank follows aspiring entrepreneurs as they present various business ideas to moguls (known as the sharks) in hopes of landing an investment in their ideas. Each week, ambitious entrepreneurs present their breakthrough business concepts to ruthless investors to convince them to invest in the concept.
Shahs of Sunset
Shahs of Sunset: Follows a group of affluent young Persian-American friends who juggle their flamboyant, fast-paced L.A. lifestyles with the demands of their families and traditions.
Watch What Happens Live
Watch What Happens Live: Bravo network executive Andy Cohen discusses pop culture topics with celebrities and reality show personalities.
60 Days In
60 Days In: Follows seven innocent participants who enter the dangerous world of incarceration at the Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in an effort to expose internal issues and what really happens behind bars.
The First 48
The First 48: The series follows detectives during the hours immediately following a homicide.