• MasterChef Australia

    (2009)

    MasterChef Australia is a Logie Award-winning Australian competitive cooking game show based on the original British MasterChef. It is produced by Shine Australia and screens on Network Ten. Restaurateur and chef Gary Mehigan, chef George Calombaris and food critic Matt Preston serve as the show’s main judges. Journalist Sarah Wilson hosted the first series, however her role was dropped at the end of the series.

  • Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Family Edition

    (2014)

    Canine behavioral problems are discussed and courses of treatment are suggested.

  • RuPaul’s Drag Race

    (2009)

    RuPaul’s Drag Race is an American reality competition television series produced by World of Wonder for Logo. RuPaul plays the roles of host, mentor, and source of inspiration for this series, which details RuPaul’s search for “America’s next drag superstar.”

    The show was greenlit in May 2008, according to a press release by MTV Networks. It premiered in the U.S. on Logo on February 2, 2009, and in Canada on the MuchMore network on February 15, 2009. The show also airs on the VH1 network, at 9:00 pm Eastern Time. On March 12, 2013, RuPaul’s Drag Race was renewed for a sixth season. Logo will re-air the first season, which had been unavailable for telecast or on home media, starting September 30. 2013.

    In the show’s first season, it was the most-watched series on Logo, and in its second it became the most-streamed series ever on LogoTV.com. The title of the show is a play on drag queen and drag racing, and the title sequence and song, “Drag Race,” both have a drag-racing theme.

  • APB With Troy Dunn

    (2014)

    Investigator Troy Dunn has an impressive track record for locating people, from finding birth parents to organ donors. In 1990, Dunn helped his own mother (who was adopted as a baby) locate her biological family, and that single event inspired him and his then-business partner to build an organization that did one thing: help people reunite with long-lost friends and family members. “APB With Troy Dunn” documents the work he does, which was previously filmed for WE TV’s five-season run of “The Locator.” A more modern twist in “APB,” however, allows TNT viewers to use a social media app to contribute to Dunn’s mission of bringing families and loved ones back together.

  • The Millionaire Matchmaker

    (2008)

    Millionaire Matchmaker is a television series produced by Bravo and presented by Patti Stanger. Stanger founded the Beverly Hills-based “Millionaire’s Club” in 2000 to cater to wealthy men looking for partners. The premise of the series is to match single wealthy people, all claiming to be millionaires, with potential spouses.

  • The Bad Girls Club

    (2006)

    The show’s premise follows seven women with a number of personal, behavioral, and psychological problems – deemed “bad girls” – as they live together for four months.

  • RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race

    (2012)

    They come armed with stilettos, feathers, and sequins, prepared for a battle where one false move-or eyelash-could spell doom. They are the best of the best, the top queens from Drag Race seasons 1-4, and they’re ready to lip-synch for their lives to determine which of these all-stars will claim the ultimate title and be declared Queen amongst queens. Join RuPaul as he welcomes back the most celebrated queens of the past for a special edition of Drag Race that promises to be the wildest, most jaw-dropping and outrageous Drag Race yet.

  • The Biggest Loser

    (2004)

    The biggest winner is “The Biggest Loser” in this compelling new weight-loss reality drama in which two celebrity fitness trainers join with top health experts to help 12 overweight contestants transform their bodies, health and ultimately, their lives. Caroline Rhea (“Sabrina, The Teenage Witch”) hosts the unscripted, one-hour series in which two competing teams follow comprehensive diet and exercise plans to undergo radical physical makeovers. Unique physical challenges, surprising alliances and irresistible temptations make the competition even tougher for the contestants, who ultimately have to decide which player gets eliminated each week. In the end, “The Biggest Loser” becomes the biggest winner, walking away with a healthier body – and $250,000. “The Biggest Loser” is a production of NBC Universal Television Studio, Reveille, 25/7 Productions and 3 Ball Productions. Ben Silverman (NBC’s “The Restaurant,” “The Office (US)”), David Broome (“Jingle Ball Rock”), J.D. Roth (“NBC’s “

  • The Great British Bake Off

    (2010)

    The Great British Bake Off sees ten passionate home bakers take part in a bake-off to test every aspect of their baking skills as they battle to be crowned the Great British Bake Off’s best amateur baker. Each week the nationwide tour sees keen bakers put through three challenges in a particular discipline. The competition kicks off with cake in the Cotswolds, then moves to Scotland to tackle biscuit baking, then Sandwich in Kent for bread, Bakewell in Derbyshire for puddings, Mousehole in Cornwall for the pastry challenges, and London for the grand final. Judging the baking are renowned baking writer Mary Berry and professional baker Paul Hollywood; presenting the show are Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, who trace the very particular history of British baking by visiting local baking landmarks and discovering why people bake what they bake today.

  • Coach Trip

    (2005)

    Coach Trip is a reality game show originally broadcast on Channel 4 from 7 March 2005 to 30 June 2006. The programme returned to Channel 4 from 25 May 2009 to 9 March 2012 after a three-year break. In early 2013, the show went into hiatus again and was replaced by a new show called Brendan’s Magical Mystery Tour. However, in September 2013, Channel 4 announced that they had renewed Coach Trip for another series.

    The show’s format consists of four to seven teams of two undertaking a coach tour principally of continental Europe.

    The tours have usually lasted 30 or 50 days, with passengers remaining on the tour only until they are ejected by their companions on one day, to be replaced by a new couple the following day.

    The travellers are accompanied by tour guide Brendan Sheerin, who appears in every episode.