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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition: How'd They Do That?

1 Season
A behind-the-scenes look at the emotional renovation series featuring needy families and their new homes.
2004 TVPG Reality, Other

I'm a Celebrity---Get Me Out of Here!

1 Season
Based on a British original, this self-explanatory reality series gathered together ten "celebrities" and plunked them in an Australian rain forest, there to survive the elements without the usual showbiz perks. The producers also allowed the folks at home to call or e-mail ABC to select individual contestants to perform various tasks, among these, the grueling "Bush Tucker Trial." As the series progressed, viewers voted for their favorite celebs, with the one receiving the most votes earning the title of King (or Queen) of the Jungle. Comedian John Lehr acted as host. Debuting February 19, 2003, with a special live episode, I'm a Celebrity: Get Me Out of Here! was subsequently broadcast over 15 consecutive evenings.
2003 Reality


1 Season
Celebrities perform extreme dives with challenges increasing in difficulty each week. Coached by an Olympic champion, the celebrity diver's skills are critiqued by top sportspeople in the field.
2013 TVPG Reality, Sports, Other

Mr. Citizen

A dramatic anthology about the good deeds of ordinary people.
1955 Reality, Drama, Other

Miracle Workers

1 Season
Per its title, this ABC documentary series cast its spotlight upon real-life medical miracles, in the manner of PBS' long-running The Body Human. Although there were no stars per se, most of the episodes were introduced and narrated by cardiac surgeon Redmond Burke and cardiovascular specialist Billy Cohn, the latter responsible for several revolutionary inventions that enabled his colleagues to perform acts of medical brilliance that had hitherto been dismissed as impossible. Each episode focused on two patients facing radical surgery, chronicling their backgrounds and their day-to-day trials and tribulations. The episode then moved on to the necessary surgical procedures, then detailed the post-op aftermath. Although most stories had a happy ending, there were also a number of tragic denouements, though in general the failures were outweighed by the successes. In an effort to appeal to as wide an audience as possible, the producers cannily chose a couple of extremely attractive professional nurses, UCLA Medical Center's Janna Bullock and McLennan Community Recovery's Tamara Houston, to assist in each surgery. The weekly, hour-long Miracle Workers debuted March 7, 2006.
55   Metascore
2006 TV14 Reality, Other

I Am Maker

A docuseries about up-and-coming YouTube personalities that live together and are mentored as they aspire to become successful social-media stars.
2016 Reality

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