An out-of-this-world new unscripted series, in which household names trade in their possessions, status and glamourous lifestyles on Earth for an insane and hilarious summer on "Mars". Their mission? To be suited up with no space to go, as they colonize, compete and conquer their new galaxy surroundings, until there is just one "celebronaut" left standing.
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Originally titled Relationships, this hidden-camera reality series was assembled for the FOX network by the same production company responsible for Fear Factor. In each episode, a romantic couple tested the strength of their relationship with such contrived "challenges" as having a beautiful supermodel woo a young man at the behest of his sweethearts. Secret cameras recorded the results, which were often more sentimental than sensational. The avowed purpose of the series was not to break up loving couples, but to bring them closer together; to this end, much time was spent on such romantic gestures as expensive gifts and billboard proposals. Co-hosted by Mark Wahlberg and Claudia DiFolco, Anything for Love debuted June 16, 2003.
The title character in this Fox reality series was former supermodel, WWE diva and Price Is Right "Barker's Beauty" Lauren Jones, whose mission it was to achieve success as a serious TV journalist. However, the series' producers weren't about to make it easy for poor Lauren; though she possessed two college degrees and had an agreeable on-camera personality, she was obliged to dress like a bleach-blonde bimbo when she reported for work at the newsroom of KTYX in Tyler, TX. The series' premise dictated that station owner Phil Hurley had hired Lauren only to boost the ratings of his cellar-dwelling news program, and that her co-workers -- news director Dan Delgado, current anchorwoman Annalisa Petraglia, and gutsy reporter Michelle Reese -- would make no effort to hide their jealousy and contempt for the buxom newcomer. Would Lauren vanquish her enemies, beat the odds, and make the grade? We'll never know. Debuting August 22, 2007, Anchorwoman lasted but one episode before Fox deep-sixed the project.