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Alaska: Battle on the Bay

Animal Planet's eight-part series submerges viewers within a high-stakes fishing drama as 1,800 captains and their crews draw the battle lines to help protect Alaska's ecosystem from the 44 million strong sockeye salmon migration and reel in a massive payday.


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.


#BikerLive

In this series, viewers get an up-close look at bike-build competitions featuring three regional competitors per episode and an interactive live-voting component. Each week a winning bike is crowned, based on audience votes.


Fake Off

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


Mud, Sweat and Gears

This is a brand new competitive car show which hurtles onto screens in the New Year. Each week hosts Tom 'Wookie' Ford and Jonny Smith captain a team of two car nuts and go head-to-head to transform everyday vehicles. They have 24 hours to mutate, supersize and reconstruct - once transformed, the vehicles are raced in three extreme missions involving head-to-head sprints, timed challenges and stunts, lots of stunts. The missions are daring, adventurous, fun, and competitive - and all tied to different episode themes rolling out each week.


Street Art Throwdown

Oxygen Media dares to be different as it brings art to life with its groundbreaking, adrenaline-charged competition series Street Art Throwdown. World-renowned street artist Justin BUA serves as host, co-judge and executive producer on the show, which pits 10 of the country's most promising artists against one another. The series tests not only their physical stamina, but also pushes their artistic skills to the limit in hopes of jumpstarting their career with a $100,000 grand prize. Street Art Throwdown is shot at some of the most iconic Los Angeles locations as young, passionate hopefuls strive to bring their vision to life and showcase their work to the world. Furiously scaling walls, climbing fences and navigating underground tunnels, these artists must have the talent, style and hustle to battle it out to the end.


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.


House of Food

MTV's "House of Food" is a drama-infused take on food TV where a group of young aspiring chefs with no formal culinary training must live and learn together. It combines the exciting real-life competitive elements of culinary school, with the dramatic setting of a house reality show. With three of the country's best chefs as their teachers and the city of Los Angeles as their classroom, one will win an apprenticeship of a lifetime.


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.


World Series of Fighting

Produced by NBC Sports, World Series of Fighting is an MMA show featuring commentary by fighting legend Bas Rutten and Michael Schiavello.


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