Little Women: Atlanta
These new little ladies turn it up wherever they go, especially with club promoter Emily Fernandez leading the charge with identical twins, Andrea and Amanda Salinas, Bri Barlup, Ashley "Minnie" Ross and Tiffany "Monie" Cashette. The drama heats up with these friends as catfights erupt among their feisty personalities and power hierarchies. Like many friends, they deal with problems with their parents, fights over men and one little lady even has a baby on the way. When it comes down to it, this clique is not afraid to get into it with each other, but together they face the daily challenges that come with being a little person while proving they are the true queens of Atlanta.
A weekly television review program which is narrated by Caroline Aherne. Some of the country's most opinionated and avid viewers comment on the best and worst television shows of the past week, from the comfort of their sofas at home.
The Carbonaro Effect
The series, formerly titled Undercover Magic, follows Carbonaro as he uses his skills to trick, amaze and amuse an unsuspecting public.
Little Women: NY
A spinoff of Lifetime's hit reality show Little Women: LA featuring Lila Call (who caused drama on season 2 of LWLA) and her friends in NY.
There are isolated places in America that appear untouched by anyone. But underneath the surface, these beautiful landscapes reveal a much more sinister reality - a dumping ground for bodies and a home to countless unsolved murders.
Donnie Loves Jenny
The show will follow Wahlberg and McCarthy from their recent wedding through their lives as newlyweds.
The series follows the two as they confine themselves to America's most terrifying places for an unprecedented 72 hours straight, per the Discovery Communications cable channel. Living at haunted locations, many of which have never before been seen on television, with some being investigated for the first time ever. Groff and Weidman believe that the longer they stay, the more the spirits will communicate with them and the more information they can gather about the unknown.
Fishing is a hard life, and harder with bluefin stocks depleted. In Gloucester, Massachusetts, there's a special breed of fishermen. For generations they've used rod and reel to catch the elusive bluefin tuna.