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Boom!

On this show, a squad of four players try to defuse eight replica bombs by answering trivia questions correctly within a strict time limit. The multiple choice responses are represented by different-colored wires. If the nominated player "defuses the bomb" by getting an answer right, the prize money builds and the contestant moves to the next device. Fox doesn't say what happens if the player cuts the wrong wire or runs out of time, but in the original format, the bomb explodes spewing material across the studio and shaking the set. The team loses one player per exploded bomb and 25% of the potential prize money.


Duff Till Dawn

The show mirrors Duff's out-of-the-box baking style and his flair for dessert dramatics, which means fans are in for pure cake chaos of the contest sort. Each episode will be a midnight battle between two professional bakers and their trusty assistants, and the competition goes beyond the physical. Because this underground competition is based on pride, it isn't going to be friendly. Saddle up for smack talk and tension, as bakers are about to vie for Duff's sought-after approval and attention.


Hair

Steve Jones hosts the contest in which 8 amateur hairstylists compete against one another for the title of Britain's best amateur hairstylist.


Rewrapped

Competitive Snacking. On the all-new series "Rewrapped", three contestants will re-create and then reinvent some of America's sweet and savory treats.


Fake Off

Contestants compete against one another as they re-create moments from pop cultures past.


WrestleMania Rewind

Them show provides fans with a comprehensive look back at the most groundbreaking matches and dramatic moments in WrestleMania history.


Fat Guys in the Woods

The Weather Channel's Survival Expert, Creek Stewart, will train these men in how to build shelter, start fire and hunt with nothing but their bare hands, and maybe a condom or a gum wrapper. Three men, one week and one objective: to learn the skills that make a man... a man. This show is not about making fun of fat guys. It's about giving regular Joes the chance to do something they've only seen done by Brad Pitt-types. These guys may not have a clue how to survive on their own, but by the end of their week in the woods they'll have the knowledge, and courage, to survive.


Ice Holes

Dive into the frigid world of competitive ice fishing, following a tight-knit group of colorful fishermen as they compete against Mother Nature - and each other - every weekend. These ice fishing fanatics have waited nine months for temperatures to drop low enough to freeze the lakes so they can walk on water and drop in their lines. With personal bets for bragging rights and derby prizes sometimes reaching upwards of $100,000, these weekend warriors are willing to do whatever it takes to best their fishing buddies, catch the big one and win the money.


Kitchen Inferno

A delicate balance of risk and reward for chefs on Food Network's new series "Kitchen Inferno", as they're forced to bet on their skills with cash on the line. Each week, contestants will face off in culinary showdowns in front of a live audience during the course of four possible rounds - how far they advance depends on their willingness to tempt fate by playing for more money and risking it all in the process. With a grand prize of $25,000 at stake, chefs will be forced to do more than execute a properly seasoned plate or a beautifully adorned dish; as they begin their journey up the culinary ladder, they'll face tests that are progressively more difficult, and it's up to them to decide which to tackle and when to walk away. They can continue playing for a whopping sum, but if they take a chance and fail, they'll have to forfeit their winnings and succumb to blazing defeat.


Food Fortunes

Product makers and food visionaries have the opportunity to earn cold hard cash from four titans of the industry all looking to make lucrative investments. "Pitching the room," however, has a whole new meaning, as the only way to impress the investors is to win the approval of a panel of consumers. Will these inventors' ideas land flat, or will they go home with a food fortune?