For all those who have struggled to lose weight and failed: Meet George Stella, the low-carb chef. Once weighing in at 465 pounds, George transformed his life with controlled-carbohydrate eating. Now he shares his secrets to successful weight loss, proving that the low-carb lifestyle doesn’t have to be boring. (Source: Food Network)
Missing You Already is a three-part series that centers on couples who have reached a crossroads in their long-term relationships and face the dilemma of which path to take for the future.
David Tutera: Unveiled is an American reality television series on WE tv starring David Tutera, a wedding planner for celebrities. In the show, women send tapes to Tutera asking for help planning their events. After selecting the bride to be, he goes to help them, and puts his own touch to the plans, creating a "dream event" for each woman. He makes his alterations with just three weeks before each woman's event. The show premiered in October 2008, with subsequent seasons starting in September 2009, June 2010, January 2011, November 2011, and September 2012. The first two seasons profiled women and weddings in the New York City metro area, while the third took the series on the road, helping brides-to-be in Dallas and Los Angeles, among other places. The series' title first was changed to My Fair Wedding With David Tutera: Unveiled for season 5. It was announced in March 2013 that the series has been renewed for an eight episode sixth season and will feature all types of events, not just limited to weddings. The upcoming season also features a series title change to David Tutera: Unveiled. It will premiere on September 7, 2013.
Breakthrough with Tony Robbins was a reality show that followed Robbins as he helped the show’s participants face their personal challenges. NBC canceled the show after airing two of the planned six episodes due to low viewership.
In a competition that isn’t for the faint-hearted, racing legends David Coulthard and Eddie Irvine will oversee, mentor, and ultimately judge two teams of five girls and five boys competing in a series of daily challenges over a week.
Two 21st Century families from Britain and Ireland are sent to see how they would cope had they been transported to New South Wales 200 years ago when it was a penal colony. Together with an Australian family and Aborginals they learn just how tough you needed to be to survive back then.
Dive For Treasure is a reality television pilot for Spike TV following a rag-tag crew of treasure hunters and former Marine as they hit the open ocean in search of their riches.
My Life is a Sitcom is a reality television series that aired on ABC Family. Eight families were chosen to have their homes invaded by sitcom writers to determine whether their lives are worthy of being made into a sitcom.
Toughest Cowboy is an American rodeo competition-based reality television program that follows twelve professional cowboys as they compete in three roughstock rodeo events — bareback bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, and bull riding in effort to win the Toughest Cowboy championship and the grand prize of a ranch in the American West.
Two teams of advertising executives compete to win the Raleigh of Nottingham's 'Raleigh Chopper' Christmas ad campaign. One team live and work the 1970s - without computers, mobile phones, internet or even motorcycle couriers - and has two weeks to put together a pitch. The other has team access to all modern technology, but only has a day to do the job.
Against All Odds is an NBC reality series hosted by Lindsay Wagner and Everett McGill. The series showcased people and animals who overcame enormous odds to survive in life-threatening situations or rescued others at great risk to their own lives.
Wayne Rooney hosts a competition that pits some of Britain’s best street footballers against each other in a series of public, skills-based challenges.
“Livin’ Large” follows the adventures of the hilarious, fun-loving, self-accepting members of the Stepney Family as they pursue their dreams and navigate a world designed for thinner people. Life is too short to focus on weight loss when they could be living life in the fast lane, even when the fast lane can’t quite fully support them. While understanding that they could be healthier, and always striving to better themselves, they don’t let their size hold them back from living their lives full of humor, drama and family adventure. The six-episode marathon which begins at 9pm ET/PT, follows Anicya, Adam, Anthony, Cherrie, Crystal and Danisha through dating, preaching, producing music, riding segways and even ziplining! “Livin’ Large” is produced by TwoFour America. Natalie Allan, Marcie Hume, Andrew MacKenzie, Bernie Schaeffer and Melanie Leach are executive producers. Mary Donahue and David Hillman executive produce for Lifetime.
My Brand New is a Canadien television series that premiered on YTV on July 4, 2004. The series brings together kids from different backgrounds and experiences and invites them to switch lives.
There Goes the Neighborhood is an American prime-time reality television program on CBS. The show premiered on August 9, 2009, and features eight suburban families shut out from the outside world with no television, internet, phones, or contact with anybody outside of their neighborhood. The families will compete in challenges against each other. Each week, one family will be banished from the neighborhood, thereby eliminating the family from contention for the show's $250,000 prize fund. The show's executive producers are Jay Bienstock and Mike Fleiss. The show's presenter is Matt Rogers, a finalist on American Idol 3.
Great American Road Trip is a reality television competition series that aired on NBC. It follows seven families as they go on a road trip and compete against each other at different landmarks in and around U.S. Route 66 in the United States. The series is hosted by comedian Reno Collier. The show premiered on July 7, 2009 as the lead-in to America's Got Talent. However, due to poor ratings, NBC moved the show to Monday nights, with the next episode coming less than a week later. In the second week, ratings declined about 10 percent, as seen in the chart below.