Chef Lawrence Page moved his Pink Tea Cup restaurant to Brooklyn to try to bring his soul-food concept to the next level in the hopes of landing a coveted Michelin star. He and his team quickly learn that it takes more than good cooking to reach the level he wants to achieve. While running the eatery, Page has to manage cat fights, power moves and love triangles between members of his staff. General manager Ana -- also Page's hot-tempered girlfriend -- leads the crew, which includes flirty hostess Sana, who's not afraid to stand up to Ana; lead server Thandi; and head bartender Candice, who is as sweet as her drinks but not yet up to Michelin-star standards. Providing much-needed comic relief at the restaurant are twins Dominic and Stef, who can't seem to get much right. Page must keep his eye on the prize while trying to successfully manage his personal and professional lives if he wants to join the ranks of chefs who have a Michelin star attached to their name.
The competition among hairstylists in Atlanta is cutthroat, enough so that WE tv deemed it worthy of a reality series. "Cutting It: In the ATL" follows four charismatic, headstrong salon owners as they battle to dominate the A-Town hair game. Maja runs Walk-In Weaves, a chain of quick-service, cost-friendly salons. Her ally, Congo native Mushiya, started The Damn Salon in her kitchen and now caters to high-fashion clients by using several natural styling techniques. Beautii, a veteran in the Atlanta market, is known for making up celebrities such as Grammy winner Regina Bell, Tamika Tiny Harris of "Family Hustle" and Kandi Burruss of "Real Housewives of Atlanta." Dedra combines artistic talents with savvy, aggressive business instincts, which creates a rift in this circle of businesswomen. Dedra's weave expert, LaKenya, befriends the other salon owners as she follows her dream to open her own shop.
EJ Johnson's over-the-top personality has made him a breakout star on "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills," which in the reality-TV world means it's time for him to get his own series. That show is "EJ NYC." Set on the other side of the country, it features the son of legendary basketball player Magic Johnson enjoying the glitz and glamour of the Big Apple along with his "glamtourage," which includes EJ's sister, Elisa, with whom he recently decided to share living space with again after a couple years of living apart; LL Cool J's daughter, Samaria Smith; and real estate development heir Sanaz Panahi. Brimming with a newfound self-confidence after losing nearly 200 pounds, Johnson hopes to capitalize on his TV and social media fame to build a brand that is befitting of his family's legacy. In addition to his flourishing career, EJ checks out some new romantic prospects in his personal life.
Timber Creek Lodge is a luxurious ski resort with a staff of hardworking and attractive folks. The hoteliers live in tight quarters as they deal with the two issues that are at the heart of many reality shows -- personal relationships and their jobs, which entail catering to the every whim of the high-class vacationers who visit the lodge. The series showcases the on- and off-duty activities of the mountain retreat's staff, which includes a manager, VIP hosts, personal chef, housekeepers and servers. The team does whatever it takes -- even if it means crossing the boundaries of professionalism -- to please the clients.
When a person gets into a serious relationship, one of the important things to consider is where they will live when moving in together -- will one move into the other's existing home, or will the partners move into a completely new residence? "Yours, Mine or Ours" tries to help couples make that decision. Los Angeles real estate tycoon Reza Farahan and interior designer Taylor Spellman offer their expertise to help the couples in their deliberations. Farahan and Spellman help the couples reach one of two decisions: renovate one of their current homes to satisfy the partner's needs or combine their budgets to buy a new place to live. Spellman presents the couples with 3-D renderings of how they can transform their current spaces, while Farahan tempts each couple by showing two new properties that they can make their own. In the end, though, the final decision -- yours, mine or ours -- is made by the couple.
Being famous doesn't necessarily make it easier for celebrities to find love. "Famously Single" tries to help celebrities find partners with help from experts, who guide the stars while they look for love. The celebs live together in a downtown Los Angeles home. They are put through challenges and other exercises that strip away their fame to help them achieve the relationships they covet. The singles -- who come from such areas as TV, music and sports -- head to clubs, bars and tourist hot spots to try to find mates. Romance might be even closer than the housemates think when romantic connections take place in the house.
Patti Stanger has earned her "Millionaire Matchmaker" nickname (also the title of her previous show) through the years she has spent setting up wealthy people through her Millionaire's Club dating service, a practice she continues on this show. In each episode, two wealthy clients check into a luxury property in Southern California, where they unwittingly begin their "love lesson" through custom challenges designed by Stanger and her crew. Stanger then gives her feedback -- which can be brutally honest at times -- in one-on-one sessions with the daters, during which she gives an in-depth review of the surprise date. Each client is then introduced to the matches chosen by Patti, with the hope that one of them will be "the one." Stanger's team includes former beauty queen Candace, who has a psychology degree and is the top associate in Stanger's organization.
June Shannon -- better known as "Mama June" -- gained fame as the mother of young beauty pageant contestant Honey Boo Boo on various reality shows. With that notoriety came jokes from comedians and people on social media about her weight. Coming off the end of her marriage to Sugar Bear and facing health issues, Mama June wants to do something about her weight and slim down so she can start a new life with a new body and, she hopes, a new love. Any attempt at losing weight is challenging and requires a strong support system. For Mama June, that includes now-preteen Honey Boo Boo, daughter Pumpkin and lifelong friend Big Mike. In addition to undergoing a series of surgeries, Mama June undertakes an intense workout routine led by drill sergeant-style trainer Kenya Crooks to help shed the pounds.
Pastor Ken Johnson guides bachelors as they search for true love.