Reality

Hollywood Treasure

What do you get when you mix "Pawn Stars," "Cash in the Attic," and TMZ? ... Read more
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IRT Deadliest Roads

History Channel has shown us what perils and victories can be found in the cold of Alaska for truckers brave and skilled enough to drive the seemingly impossible roads and conditions there.... Read more
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The Next Iron Chef

The first episode of "The Next Iron Chef" opens up with a fast paced preview of what's coming in the new season - showing new exotic locations and intense backdrops, with a grandiose score to back it up.... Read more
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World of Jenks

The World of Jenks is a documentary series revolving around Andrew Jenks, a filmmaker set on experiencing life in every way possible by living for one week in the shoes of others. ... Read more
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My Generation

The premise of My Generation is actually quite interesting. A camera crew follows a group of high school seniors in 2000 and documents their life. Then, the crew revisits them in 2010 and see where they are now and how different (or similar) things are from where they imagined they would be. ... Read more
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Dating in the Dark

So for those of  you who are not familiar with "Dating in the Dark" (I saw it on "The Soup"), it's an ABC "reality" dating show with three girls and three guys who are not allowed to meet, at first. Each group meets first and chit-chats before a big group "date" in the dark room. ... Read more
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Plain Jane

I think I've finally come to terms with the fact that The CW thinks its viewers are a bunch of morons. ... Read more
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The Diets That Time Forgot

"The Diets that Time Forgot" is a six-episode look into what dieting was like more than 100 years ago when women's waists were 10 inches smaller and men were 20 lbs lighter.The British show follows nine people on a life-changing journey over a five week period (give or take).... Read more
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Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files

Fact or Faked is about as close as you will ever get to a true reality show on SyFy Channel and is probably one of their highest quality original series to date.  It would actually fit in nicely over at Discovery Channel, History or TLC with their lineup of "fact finding" shows. ... Read more
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The Real World XXIV: New Orleans

So it seems that The Real World has finally run out of cities that welcome them to film and have returned to The Big Easy, where alcohol is easily accessible and where girls are encouraged to be topless with the promise of cheap plastic beads. ... Read more
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