TV Series created by Ryan Seacrest
Kourtney & Khlo√© Take the Hamptons
Kourtney, a newly single Khlo?, and Lord Disick himself are back in the Big Apple, and are taking the city by storm. The girls have their work cut out for them as they set out to relocate the Dash New York store to a hot new property while managing the initial struggles of opening their first pop-up store in the Hamptons.
I Wanna Marry Harry
The show is featuring single American women vying for the heart of a Prince Harry lookalike they are led to believe is the real thing.
Kourtney & Kim Take Miami
Kourtney, along with her children Mason and Penelope and boyfriend Scott, will share a mansion with Kim in Miami as the sisters make the destination beach city their home base for the next few months.
Shahs of Sunset
A reality television series that follows a group of Iranian American friends living in Beverly Hills, who are trying to juggle their active social lives and up-and-coming careers while balancing the demands of their families and traditions.
Kourtney & Kim take New York
Kourtney and Kim move from Los Angeles and Miami to open their third D-A-S-H store location in the Big Apple. Khloe will be making the buying decisions for the store and keeping an eye on her two sisters. Will their third store be a success and will their sisterly bond stay intact?
Denise Richards: It's Complicated
The E! Channel takes you into the home of this tabloid darling and provides the truth about Denise Richards' tumultuous Hollywood life.
Brody Jenner needs a new best friend, and MTV is setting out to help him find one. Ryan Seacrest functions as executive producer on this hybrid of Entourage and The Bachelor.
Ryan Seacrest produces this NBC reality project featuring mothers in search of mates for their eligible bachelor sons.
Keeping Up with the Kardashians
Finally, we'll find out what Kim Kardashian really does all day in between all the red carpet appearances at L.A. hot spots when E! takes us inside the blended Kardashian home in this reality series that promises to be good comedy.