Scrappers is a reality television series about three competing groups of scrappers from Brooklyn, New York who collect and sell scrap metal. The series premiered 3 August 2010 at 10pm on Spike TV.
They are two of the most stressful things in life - planning a wedding and losing weight. Ten overweight engaged couples will live together and battle for the wedding of their dreams over a three-month period. Every episode, the couples will face off in a big physical challenge, competing to win one element of their wedding - from the invitations, to the cake, to the rings. Whatever they win will be theirs to keep. Together, they will plan their weddings with the help of the nation's top wedding planners, they will take a vow to eat right and exercise, and world-class trainers and nutritionists will completely overhaul their bodies. At the end of each episode, the couples will step on the scale and be weighed together - the couple who lost the least amount of combined weight that week will be eliminated. In the end, one couple will win their fantasy wedding - a once-in-a-lifetime event - that America will attend.
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Following the smash hit success of Pineapple Dance Studios, Louie Spence's Showbusiness is a documentary to get tongues wagging and toes tapping.
Dizzie Rascal, Sharleen Spiteri and Jamie Cullum are on a search to find the best new music act in Britain and Ireland.
Local Knowledge focuses on the culture of fishing as seen through the often humorous viewpoints of two drastically different fishermen from opposite sides of the country. Ali Hussainy of San Diego, California is the President of BD Outdoors, the largest fishing site on the web, while Capt. Rush Maltz is a born and raised Florida Keys fishing guide. Watch this unique take on the "fishing show".
Downtown Girls was an MTV reality show about five girls living in New York City. The series debuted on June 1, 2010.
Bam's World Domination is a half-hour television show on Spike TV starring Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn. The special is a follow-up to the shows Viva La Bam, and Bam's Unholy Union. It premiered on October 13, 2010. According to the show's producer, Joe DeVito's Twitter account, it was a one time special and no new episodes will be aired as of now. This first show premiered Wednesday, October 13 at 11:30 PM, ET/PT and showcased Margera, Dunn and skateboarder Tim O’Connor doing the “The Tough Guy Challenge” in the Perton, Staffordshire, near Wolverhampton, England.
This Is Your Life is a New Zealand television documentary show based on the American show of the same name, in which the host surprises guests with a show documenting their lives, with audience participation from their friends and family. Thirty-nine New Zealanders have been honoured in the New Zealand version of the show, which has been broadcast on and off since 1984 on Television New Zealand's TVOne. It was originally hosted by Bob Parker, but more recent episodes have been presented by Paul Holmes and Paul Henry. Most recently, racecar driver Scott Dixon was honoured, on 21 September 2008. Other recent recipients have included extreme sports pioneer, A. J. Hackett. Mark Inglis, the subject of an episode that was broadcast on 5 June 2007, and former All Blacks winger Jonah Lomu, who was honoured in a show that aired on 9 April 2007. Prior to that, the last This Is Your Life programme in New Zealand was broadcast in September 2000. The subject of that episode was the great New Zealand runner, Peter Snell. Previous subjects of the show have included prominent figures in sports, the arts, politics, broadcasting, literature, science and the military.
This Is Your Life is an Australian television documentary show based on the American show of the same name, in which the host surprises guests with a show documenting their lives, with audience participation from their friends and family.
Brandy: Special Delivery is an American reality series following R&B singer Brandy's pregnancy with baby Sy'rai. The series aired on MTV. The premiere episode premiered in the United States and Germany on June 18, 2002, with Canada following on June 21, where it took The Osbournes TV slot on Tuesdays 10:30 pm. The show eventually spawned four episodes.
The bad boy of British cuisine, Marco-Pierre White brings us a brand new fierce and fiery knockout cooking competition with real bite. Marco will oversee celebrity cooks as they experience the heat, sweat and drama of a real working kitchen while vying to serve up the best dishes for their savvy paying customers. The only catch is that they are completely on thier own... Unlike Hell’s Kitchen, theres no team-work, no co-operation and no hand-holding from their mentor. The celebrities can buy Marco's time and help, but it'll cost them valuable points at the end. Great cooking won't be enough, as they will have to cope with the pressure of cooking incredible food, while playing a cool tactical game...but who will survive, and who will be burned?
Addicted, which is officially trademarked as addicted, is an American reality television series that follows the lives of individuals who are struggling with addiction as they work with interventionist Kristina Wandzilak. The series premiered on TLC on March 17, 2010. Addicted returned with a second season on August 28, 2012 on Discovery Fit & Health, and have also aired on TLC.
Hotter Than My Daughter is a British reality television series on BBC Three hosted by Atomic Kitten member Liz McClarnon. It focuses on mother/daughter relationships in which the mothers claim to be hotter than their daughters.
Football's Next Star was a television programme broadcast on Sky1 in the United Kingdom. The show aimed to find a young football player who could be the "next big thing" and reward them with a professional contract at Inter Milan in Italy.
Model Behaviour is a British television reality show which aired on Channel 4 in 2001 and 2002. The show featured a search for a new model with the winner securing a year's contract with a top model agency. The programme was produced by Princess Productions and was similar in format to ITV's Popstars in that it followed the fortunes of several individuals as they lived together and competed for the top prize. The first series followed five women who had been picked from thousands of applicants. The second series followed both male and female potential models. The 2001 series was won by Jenny Richards, a young mother from south Wales who won a year's contract with the Premier agency. and went on to have a successful career as a catwalk model. The 2002 winners were South African Nathan Roberts, and Camilla Priest from Sunderland, who both won a year's contract with Select.
MasterChef New Zealand is a New Zealand competitive reality television cooking show based on the original British version of Masterchef. The first episode aired on 3 February 2010 at 7:30pm on TV ONE. The show currently features judges Ray McVinnie, Josh Emett and Simon Gault. The series is similar to the format of MasterChef Australia whereby contestants compete in weekly elimination challenges, including team challenges. The major difference is the New Zealand series only has one episode per week compared to Australia's five per week. The first series was won by Brett McGregor, over runner-up Kelly Young, in the grand finale which was screened on 28 April 2010. Nadia Lim won the second series, beating runner-up Jax Hamilton in the finale. The third series was won by Chelsea Winter, who beat runner-up Ana Schwarz in the finale.
Perfect Match is a game show that aired on Channel 4 from 2002
The Apprentice Australia is an Australian reality television series which aired on the Nine Network. It was based on NBC: The Apprentice. It first aired on 28 September 2009 at 9:30 pm and Last aired on 23 November 2009, and features Mark Bouris, the founder and chairman of Wizard Home Loans and Yellow Brick Road, as the chief executive officer. It is narrated by Andrew Daddo, and the series' winner received a one-year employment contract worth $200,000 at a job managing Bouris' newest business venture, Yellow Brick Road.
Teen Big Brother was a United Kingdom spin off of the popular television programme Big Brother in which teenagers inhabited the house. The show was presented by Dermot O'Leary.