• The Real Housewives of Atlanta

    (2008)

    Bravos cameras turn to the Southern states as the network presents this inside look at the Real Housewives of Atlanta. These women handle the personal dramas that affect their affluent lifestyles with a signature Southern brand of style and grace.

  • Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

    (2006)

    Million Dollar Listing follows the lives of three of Los Angeles’ hottest, young and aggressive real estate magnates in the making as they make a fortune selling multi-million dollar properties in the most exclusive neighborhoods – Hollywood, Malibu and Beverly Hills. The series follows these top agents over the course of nine months as their paths cross and they compete and expose the intense work that it takes to move the hottest listings in the City of Angels.

  • The Bachelorette

    (2003)

    The Bachelorette is a spin-off from the American competitive reality dating game show The Bachelor. In its January 2003 debut on ABC, the first season featured Trista Rehn, the runner-up date from the first season of The Bachelor, offering the opportunity for Rehn to choose a husband among 25 bachelors. The 2004 season of The Bachelorette again took a runner-up from the previous season of The Bachelor. After last airing on February 28, 2005, the series returned to ABC during the spring of 2008, following an absence of three years.

  • The Hills

    (2006)

    THE HILLS follows Laguna Beach’s Lauren “LC” Conrad as she moves to L.A. to attend college at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. In THE HILLS, Lauren gets a job as an intern at the popular magazine Teen Vogue. The show focuses on the challenges Lauren faces while she is trying to juggle work, school, and relationships.

  • The Hero (2013)

    (2013)

    At times during an illustrious professional wrestling career, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson played the part of the hero. He was physically, mentally and morally tested on many occasions, and it’s those experiences that he’ll draw on as the host (and executive producer) of this competition series. Johnson’s goal is to find a true American hero, and to do so he challenges a group of nine ordinary individuals to face extraordinary situations. Throughout the series, Johnson serves as mentor and motivator, encouraging the contestants to reach far beyond their personal limits. In the end, the one player as determined by viewer votes who overcomes obstacles he or she never thought possible walks away with up to a million dollars.

  • Keeping Up with the Kardashians

    (2007)

    Keeping Up with the Kardashians is an American reality television series that has aired on E! since October 14, 2007. The series has aired eight seasons, and focuses on the personal and professional lives of the Kardashian/Jenner family. Its premise was originated with Ryan Seacrest, who additionally serves as its executive producer.

    The series focuses on sisters Kourtney, Kim, and Khloé Kardashian. It additionally places emphasis on their brother Rob Kardashian, their mother Kris Jenner, their stepfather Bruce Jenner, their half-sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and Kourtney’s boyfriend Scott Disick. Khloé’s husband Lamar Odom developed a major position as part of the supporting cast in the fourth season, while Bruce’s children Brandon and Brody Jenner were added in the eighth. On August 11, 2013, Keeping Up with the Kardashians reached the milestone of airing 100 episodes since its beginning.

    Keeping Up with the Kardashians has received moderately favorable reviews from critics. However, it is often criticized for emphasizing the “famous for being famous” concept and appearing to fabricate much of its storyline. The series has produced the spin-offs Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, Kourtney and Kim Take New York, and Khloé & Lamar. It has additionally distributed all seasons to DVD.

  • Treehouse Masters

    (2013)

    People who know and work with Pete Nelson describe him as a tree whisperer. For his part, Nelson lets the trees do the talking. He’s a world-renowned treehouse designer and builder, and this series documents the work he and his team of craftsmen — including his son Charlie — do to create incredible homes and businesses in nature’s canopy. Pete uses a combination of science and art to realize clients’ sky-high aspirations of magnificent multibedroom treehouses with elaborate kitchens and bathrooms, or simpler, peaceful one-room escapes. Other backyard escapes featured in the series include a spa retreat, a brewery, and a honeymoon suite. “We awaken that inner child who dreams of living among the trees,” Pete says.

  • Hotel Hell

    (2012)

    Chef Gordon Ramsay is expanding his brand into another branch of the service industry in this new show. Along with a team of hospitality experts, Ramsay will travel the country applying his high standards to struggling hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts in an effort to get the owners and staff to turn their establishments around. Ramsay’s signature no-holds-barred style will make it clear to those he coaches that there is no place for dirty rooms or incompetent staff if one hopes to remain in business.

  • American Idol

    (2002)

    American Idol is an American reality-singing competition program created by Simon Fuller. It began airing on Fox on June 11, 2002, as an addition to the Idols format based on the British series Pop Idol and has since become one of the most successful shows in the history of American television. The concept of the series is to find new solo recording artists where the winner is determined by the viewers in America.

  • The X Factor

    (2004)

    The X Factor is a British television music talent show contested by aspiring pop singers drawn from public auditions. The single most important attribute that the judges are seeking, is the ability to appeal to a mass market of pop fans. Judges include: Simon Cowell; Dannii Minogue; Louis Walsh; and Cheryl Cole.