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The Surreal Life

6 Seasons
The Real World met The Hollywood Squares and E! True Hollywood Story on this adroitly contrived reality series. Created by Rick Telles, Cris Abrego, and Mark Cronin, The Surreal Life assembled a group of B-list celebrities (a less polite correspondent might call them "has-beens") who, over a ten-day period, all lived in the same Hollywood Hills mansion. Denied such perks as cell phones and sauna baths, the formerly famous tried their best to get along, and as expected, their best was often none too good. Among those present were ex-Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil, former child star Emmanuel Lewis, Survivor alumnus Jerri Manthey, and the inevitable Corey Feldman. Though the participants insisted that they were not mocking their fall from professional grace, the producers had no qualms about promoting the series with the tagline: "When the stars fall from sight...this is where they crash." The Surreal Life debuted on January 9, 2003.
2003 TV14 Reality, Other

Big Man on Campus

1 Season
A hunky college student picks one of 15 coeds as his 'campus queen' in this reality dating series.
2004 TV14 Reality

Popstars

1 Season
Popstars could, if one were in a gender-role-designating mood, be described as a distaff version of the earlier ABC "reality" series Making the Band. The earlier program chronicled the career of a "typical" boy band, from auditioning the singers to the first sold-out concert. Popstars went the same route with a girl group -- or more specifically, a female pop quintet. Among the Svengalis who put this musical aggregation together were music producer David Foster and choreographer Travis Paine. Perhaps the series' defining moment was the opening-episode montage wherein dozens of young girls, their skills ranging from impressive to nonexistent, were seen auditioning with the same song, "I Will Always Love You" -- a spectacle described by one magazine critic as "televised self-humiliation." Popstars made its WB Network premiere on January 12, 2001.
2001 TVPG Reality, Music, Other

Popstars 2

2 Seasons
Chronicling the making of a coed pop group, as members go from obscurity to highly publicized recording artists.
2001 TVPG Reality, Music, Other

Studio 7

1 Season
A quiz-reality hybrid in which players showcase their smarts after sharing a New York apartment for four days. Executive produced by Michael Davies ('Who Wants to Be a Millionaire').
2004 Reality, Game Show

No Boundaries

1 Season
Another of the many "reality" series conceived in the wake of Survivor, No Boundaries debuted with an episode taped in Vancouver, the starting point for a 2,000-mile trek to the Arctic Circle. Fifteen young and healthy adventurers began their perilous, obstacle-laden 30-day journey to the frozen north, hoping thereby to win a 100,000-dollar grand prize and a sport utility vehicle. Selecting a different temporary leader every two days, the contestants also voted to eliminate one of their ranks at the end of each 60-minute episode. No Boundaries debuted over the WB network on March 3, 2002.
2002 TVPG Reality, Game Show, Other

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