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Supermarket Sweep (US)

In this game show, contestants answer trivia questions and then compete in a timed race through the supermarket. The team that has the most valuable items in their shopping cart at the end of the race wins.


Little Weddings
Lifetime,

2016

| Reality

Airing for three weeks, Little Weddings follows the McInturff Family who run Sassy Bash Events, a full service events company specializing in creating magical moments for little people in love. The big stress of planning "Little Weddings" is no match for Sassy Bash Events owner Kelly and her siblings Kacy, TJ and Kensey. They bend over backwards to ensure nuptials go off without a hitch for their little clients, even when emotions run high as they balance the everyday challenges of being little and the inevitable power struggles that come when working with family. Little people weddings pose their own unique challenges and there's no team better to give couples the best big day ever, but can they make it to the altar without big drama?


Kosher Soul

Opposites attract ... and in the case of this docu-sitcom, which follows the lives of Los Angeles stylist Miriam Sternoff, who is Jewish, and her fiancé, southern and African-American comedian O'Neal McKnight, they do. Divergent worlds will clash as Miriam and O'Neal's friends and family prepare for the couple's nuptials, including O'Neal's conversion to Judaism and their future as husband and wife.


Seriously Funny Kids

Heidi Klum will travel to multiple kid-friendly locations and show their reactions to a many different situations at each location.


Gold Medal Families

The road to the Olympics starts at home, where extraordinary athletes and their families sacrifice everything for their dreams of glory in the new Lifetime docuseries, Gold Medal Families. The series showcases six Olympic hopefuls and their families, revealing the extraordinary lengths, economic hardships and personal sacrifices they all go through to get their elite athlete to the podium of the World Games.


Big Driver

From a story by Stephen King, "Big Driver" marks the first collaboration between Lifetime and King. This dark story of a young novelist hell-bent on revenge after falling victim to a brutal crime stars Golden Globe nominee Maria Bello. In "Big Driver," Tess Thorne (Bello), a famous and revered mystery and thriller writer, faces a long drive home following a book-signing engagement. But while driving on a lonely stretch of New England road, her tire blows out, leaving her stranded. Relieved when another driver stops and offers assistance, Tess quickly discovers her savior is actually her assailant, a serial killer who repeatedly assaults her. Left for dead in a drainage pipe to rot with the bodies of his other victims, Tess escapes and makes her way safely home. With her fragile mind beginning to unravel, she is determined to find her rapist and seek revenge, as payback is the only thing holding her together.


My Partner Knows Best

Hollywood couple Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen host My Partner Knows Best, a relationship comedy game show where married couples face off in a series of hilarious challenges based on real-life relationship obstacles. Four couples compete each week, and one will walk away with the money and be able to say My Partner Knows Best!


Jump!

The show chronicles the journey of one of the hottest jump rope teams in the country, Floyd-Little Double Dutch (FLDD), as they compete to defend their championship titles. Known as the face of Double Dutch, the team performed at the White House Easter celebration and opened up the 2014 BET Awards with Pharrell and Missy Elliot. It provides an inside look at the international competitive event filled with tricks, turns, tears and triumphs, and examines what it really takes to make it as the fiercest team in the country.


The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd

Molly Dodd is a 30-something, creative woman who makes interesting career choices and struggles with complex relationships with men and with her family. Molly's best friend, Nina Shapiro, also makes appearances here and there. Each episode begins with someone close to Molly commenting on some facet of her personality or her life. Elements of magical realism run throughout the series, for instance, when Molly communicates with the ghost of a relative (to tell who would be a spoiler). Molly has trouble saying "no" to people, like her mysterious cousin Mike from Baltimore who moves in with her and stays longer than he's welcome. Molly eventually seeks therapy but is turned away by her therapist when she falls in love with Molly. Some of the most notable men in Molly's life are her father; her ex-husband Fred, a sax player who keeps returning to toy with her emotions; Davey, the elevator man in