Dream School

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50 Cent Has a Reality Show About Helping Kids Graduate High School

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There is a reality show about storage containers. There is a reality show about finding sperm donors. There is a reality show about pretending to be Prince Harry. Is it really that shocking that someone has made a reality show about celebrities teaching high-risk kids? (Answer: No)

Produced by 50 Cent, Sundance's Dream School returns for its second season on Wednesday with a whole new roster of high-profile instructors helping give students who have dropped out or been expelled another chance to graduate.

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Premiered: October 07, 2013, on Sundance Channel
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Expelled high-school students and dropouts are taught life skills by leaders in a number of fields, including filmmaking, acting, finance, music, science, journalism, civic activism and conservation.

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