An unscripted variety show in which contestants must guess the performers' hidden talent, based only on their first impressions and a few wily clues. With more than $200,000 on the line, can the contestants spot the fire dancer from the spider wrangler or the chainsaw juggler from the contortionist?
A culinary guessing game in which bakers are tasked with decoding what type of dessert was made when all that's left are the crumbs, flour trails, and a few elusive clues. They must then recreate the recipe for celebrity judges who will determine how closely their sweet treat matches the missing dessert.
The Princes of Malibu is an American reality television series that originally aired on Fox from July 10 until July 17, 2005. that aired on the Fox Network, premiering on July 10, 2005. The series produced six episodes, two of which were broadcast, and focused on Brandon and Brody Jenner and their friend Spencer Pratt as they found themselves in the midst of various hijinks.
American High is an American documentary television show about the lives of fourteen students at Highland Park High School, located in the city of Highland Park, Illinois. The series originally aired on Fox and was canceled after four episodes. It was later picked up by PBS and aired in its entirety. The series was created by R. J. Cutler, an award winning documentary filmmaker. The show received the 2001 Emmy Award for Outstanding Non-Fiction Program.The theme song "American High", was written and performed by Bouncing Souls.An earlier Fox Network documentary series from 1991, Yearbook also covered the lives of suburban Chicago high school students.
In the brutal cold of the unforgiving Pacific Northwest wilderness, nine modern-day warriors take on a relentless, 24-day survival challenge based on the ancient laws of the ninja. Grueling missions created by Jinichi Kawakami, the last known ninja, push each warrior's body, mind, and spirit to the breaking point. Those who complete the entire survival challenge receive a final lesson from the master himself in Iga City, Japan, the legendary home of the ninja.