A competition series explores the work of special-effects makeup artists.
Aspiring artists compete to bring their wildest beast to life.
Candidates vie to land a job with Donald Trump.
Seven strangers must try to overcome their deepest fears as they search for large quantities of cash hidden throughout a creepy and trap-rigged mansion. Steve Valentine ("Crossing Jordan") hosts.
Jack Osbourne and his friend, actress Dana Workman, hit the haunted highway on a most unusual road trip. The pair investigate claims of paranormal activity along America's remote roads, traveling without a camera crew and documenting their creepy findings themselves. The series also highlights similar work done separately by Jael de Pardo and Devin Marble (familiar names to fans of the Syfy series "Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files"). The teams, aided by eyewitness interviews and evidence already collected, travel mysterious regions of Montana, South Dakota, Minnesota, Arkansas and Louisiana in search of hellhounds, skin walkers, ghosts and other paranormal phenomena.
Joe Maddalena owns Profiles in History, the world's largest auctioneer of movie, television and pop culture artifacts. To find the very best items, Joe and his crew scour the globe, hunting for the original car from "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" or the hat of the Wicked Witch of the West or some other memorable prop. There's plenty of variety in the work -- one day Joe is in a dusty basement poring over old boxes, the next he's browsing the well-kept personal mementoes of one of Hollywood's biggest stars.
Artists compete for $100,000 and a cover story in Tattoo magazine.
This extreme, half-hour game show, hosted by actor Jaleel White, features contestants battling each other and their fears in a series of challenges. But there's a twist to the game. All the challenges are played in complete darkness -- no lights, no blindfolds. While participating in a series of nerve-racking games, the contestants face their fears and unexpected surprises. All of the contestants' senses are put to the test, including smell, touch, taste and even the control of their own motor movements.
Carter Oosterhouse and Taniya Nayak judge elaborate Christmas displays created by families across the country. Each episode features the holiday home transformations of four families that were selected through a nationwide search based on past elaborate Christmas light displays, choreography, and extravagant designs as they compete to deck their homes out in the ultimate show of Christmas spirit. Once a winner is chosen, the judges return to the home to congratulate the family and present the $50,000 prize.
This show offers a slightly different twist on the usual paranormal investigation -- team members, led by former FBI agent Ben Hansen, investigate photos or videos posted on the Internet, looking for signs of fakery. In fact, the show's website has a link where viewers can submit their own evidence to the team. Members conduct various experiments, trying to reproduce the phenomena, and if they can't, Ben reviews the evidence to decide whether it warrants a field investigation. Once in the field, they use the most up-to-date techniques for gathering evidence of the paranormal, either to debunk the evidence, or confirm it as a paranormal mystery.