Coaches often preach about the importance of players controlling emotions, but it's frequently the coaches themselves whose behavior is out of control. At practice and during games, the problem seems to be spreading across today's sports landscape, especially at the youth level. In ``Coaching Bad,'' two-time Super Bowl champion Ray Lewis and counselor Christian Conte work with nine coaches who know that they need to change their combative, bombastic ways if they want to continue in their profession. The coaches, who come from all around the U.S. and represent a variety of sports, take part in an intense retraining and reconditioning program designed by Lewis and Conte. It includes assessing baseline anger issues, working to create changes, and putting those changes to the test. For some participants, the program might be a last chance to not only keep their jobs but also to save their marriages.
Follow thrifting gurus Jason T. Smith and Bryan Goodman on a fast paced, modern day treasure hunt. With a sixth-sense for bargain hunting and the world of online auctions, Jason and Bryan try to turn second-hand goods into first-rate profit.
In the remote swampland of southern Louisiana, some residents believe the rules of justice don't apply to them, and they're more than willing to fight back. That's when Sheriff Vernon Bourgeois Jr. makes his considerable presence known. A former oil man, Bourgeois runs the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office, located about 45 miles south of New Orleans, with power akin to a king, and he's not afraid to use it while serving more than 2,000 square miles of dangerous swampland. When dealing with the fiery personalities of the local Cajuns and the eerie occurrences of the region, Bourgeois and his colorful crew of detectives know there's no such thing as an ordinary police call. This real-life series introduces viewers to a world unlike any other.
Better Late Than Nev
This hilarious fish-out-of-water comedy/reality show follows cultural icons Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw and George Foreman on their greatest adventure yet. Deciding it's Better Late Than Never, these four national treasures embark on the journey of a lifetime, traveling across Asia on their own with no schedule and no itinerary. The only "help" will come from Jeff Dye, a young, strong, tech-savvy comedian with an agenda of his own - who isn't above leading the men off track. Each stop is packed with hilarious cultural experiences, heartwarming spectacles and unexpected twists as our legends take on this unforgettable adventure.
Host and renovation expert Scott McGillivray will help homeowners with high mortgage payments and low cash flow create "rental suites" in their homes as a way to help cut monthly expenses. Each episode will reveal how homeowners turn their unused rooms into rental spaces and increase the overall value of their house.
Deal With It
With the chance to win cash and prizes, unsuspecting members of the public will be secretly dared to pull a prank on their unwitting companions, with no time to prepare.
American Diner Reviv
Bringing Back the Diner, One Town at a Time. Chef Amanda Freitag and home improvement expert Ty Pennington are joining forces to resurrect the local diner, turning establishments from rundown to charming. Find out where they're headed to next.
Based on the hit Scandinavian format, this outlandish yet emotional social experiment aims to discover how people's lives and values change once everything they own is stripped away. This new series exposes people's relationships with their personal belongings as they forego everything they own – clothing, furniture, money and all coveted possessions – for 21 days. Each day, they may retrieve one item that they cannot live without, and priorities will inevitably emerge. Expected to go about their daily lives by showing up to work, maintaining their families and keeping up with social circles – without their everyday necessities – each person jumps into survival mode in order to determine what is most essential to them. With no shortage of outrageous and uncomfortable moments along the way, this transformative journey has a life-changing impact as they each uncover what truly matters to them most.
Fashion Star" is a fresh reality series that focuses mainly on the fashion of things where buyers are to judge a fast aray of garments and swimwear and other stylish clothing. Starring Ella Macpherson as the Host, each week the designers are faced with basic tasks to complete to see if they have what it takes to be the Next Big Fashion Star. With a judging panel of buyers, they will decide as to who stays and who goes home each week. One designer is going to be the winner and have the prize of having their own collection be showcased in several of the major department stores across America.Created by Ben Silverman (The Biggest Loser, The Office), Dan Cutforth & Jane Lipsitz (Top Chef, America's Next Great Restaurant), Rick Ringbakk (Treasure Hunter), Craig Armstrong (Food Revolution, Super Nanny), James Deutch (The Rules of Attraction), E.J. Johnston, "Fashion Star" allows for another average person become a star overnight. The extra bonus of the show is that every piece of clothing will be able to be purchased after the show. (Source: NBC TV)
Let It Shine
Let It Shine is a British reality television music competition to find young men to star in The Band, a stage musical based on the songs of Take That. It will begin airing on 7 January 2017 on BBC One. The show will be presented by Graham Norton and Mel Giedroyc, with Gary Barlow, Dannii Minogue and Martin Kemp serving as judges throughout the series
Deep in Louisiana, six "Swamp Commandos" wage an epic war against giant, 30 pound swamp rats that are eating the land out from under the Gulf Coast's forests, farms and homes. Each battle is an example of bayou ingenuity at its best as these American patriots use dynamite, night vision, Molotov cocktails and questionable tactics passed down for generations to outwit the monster rodents, save their homeland and earn thousands of dollars a day in the process.
Nate Toler and Jenny Useldinger are working to make the world a better place building custom, eco-friendly 2 and 3-story yurts on beautiful Oahu's North Shore. From organic farming to sustainable living, this resourceful pair is teaching their clients how to live off the land without sacrificing an ounce of comfort in dwellings that are anything but primitive.
Ramsay's Best Restau
Ramsay's Best Restaurant follows Gordon Ramsay as he attempts to find the country's best restaurant. He travels all over the country as he tries to find the best local restaurants picking his favorite entries from eight different categories. Those selected then compete against one another to be crowned the series champions.
Battleground Afghanistan looks inside the latest chapter of the Afghan conflict as seen by American Marines on the front-lines of the war. As tens of thousands of troops withdraw from Afghanistan, Capt. Ben Middendorf and his men of Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines — based at Camp Pendleton in San Diego — are staying behind to continue the fight. These Marines are taking the fight directly to the Taliban with a mission to locate, disrupt and destroy the enemy.
In “Amazingness,” Dyrdek will introduce the world to the most ridiculously talented young people in the country – an eclectic and diverse mix of amateur and viral talent, who compete to earn the top spot. The first act goes to the Top Spot, but every following performer has the opportunity to dethrone them. After each performance, Dyrdek and the judges will decide who stays on top and who gets dropped. The last one standing will have the “Amazingness” of a champion and walk away with $10,000 dollars in cash.
I Survived a Zombie
A reality game show set six months in to a zombie outbreak sees ten survivors from across the UK head to Monroe Shopping Village - a rescue point where the army were once based but had to abandon when it was overrun by zombies.They will have to work together to make this their base - securing shelter, safety and essential supplies for the whole group. The army are able to monitor them via satellite and radio - and set missions essential for their survival. Anyone still alive in 7 days will be rescued by army helicopter and taken to one of the global tropical quarantine areas. The survivors just need to avoid the zombies, but they're everywhere, highly infectious and the slightest touch will result in death.
Bad Habits, Holy Ord
Bad Habits, Holy Orders is a series that sees young women swapping their modern lives to spend a month living in a working convent in East Anglia where home comforts, smartphones and alcohol are banned.
Love & Hip Hop
Cathouse: The Series
Stemming from the success of HBO's highest rated adult documentaries, "Cathouse" and "Cathouse 2: Back in the Saddle" comes an all new adult series taking viewers back for more insider action at Nevada's famous legal brothel the Moonlite Bunny Ranch. Each episode will feature interviews the Ranch management and the women who work there, as well as hidden camera footage from the party rooms. Returning in the series are "Air Force Aimee," "Sunset Thomas" and "Isabella Soprano".
Spike Feresten is best known as being a former ``Seinfeld'' writer and talk show host, but he's also a car guy. In each half-hour episode of the series, Feresten finds someone who needs a car, gets to know the person, and uses his car knowledge and instincts to find three vehicles that he thinks suit the buyer, who -- in turn -- chooses one of the three options by the end of the episode. After the buyer's selection is made, Feresten makes it known whether or not he agrees with the choice.
Little Women: NY
You Can't Turn That
Amateur chefs will step up to the plate, literally, to prove their dish is the best new "Frankenfood," a revolutionary creation that mixes outrageous and unexpected ingredients in delicious and unique flavors. From a triple-decker pastrami donut sandwich to fried PB&J fish sticks and Gyro egg rolls to a cheesecake burger, the food creations on this series range from the good, the bad and the truly inedible!Each episode of "Frankenfood" features the best and worst local amateur food innovators competing head-to-head in order to get their unexpected food concoctions onto the menu of a popular local restaurant, win a $10,000 cash grand prize and possibly create the next big food craze.
I Solved a Murder
I Solved a Murder is a breathtaking new series about regular people who have gone to extraordinary lengths to solve violent crimes. Dramatic re-creations and first-person accounts tell the captivating stories of these everyday heroes and their determination to discover the truth.