Launching a startup is not an easy task. In this reality series, entrepreneurial millennials get help by spending a semester at Draper University. During the seven-week program led by billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper, he helps mentor the students who are looking to launch their own companies. Guest speakers also share their business knowledge and experience with the class. The candidates pitch their ideas to a panel of venture capitalists, hoping to get an investment that allows them to launch their businesses. The millennials face hard lessons along the way, but the payoff could be life-changing for the one who gets the seed money to launch a business.
Being a college student is hard for any young person -- having to deal with schoolwork and exams while trying to maintain a good personal life. For co-ed Monica Ten-Kate, college life is even more complicated than it is for most pupils. Monica is a medium who can talk to dead people, an ability she didn't fully accept until she was in college but now uses to help clients communicate with loved ones who are no longer with them, with the intention of delivering healing messages from the afterlife. This series tells emotional and engaging stories of the people who come to Monica looking to make contact with the great beyond.
Falling in love with a co-worker and pursuing a relationship is often a slippery slope that has a high probability of not ending well. So, of course, the best time to announce your love to a colleague is when you're about to begin a job overseas and know you'll never see that person again. That's the route Kevin takes, writing a letter to co-worker Audrey to declare his unrequited love for her after he accepts a position abroad. That opportunity falls through, though, and he is forced to go back to his old job. Can you say awkward? Kevin and Audrey must now continue their working relationship with his previously hidden feelings for her now out in the open.
Manhattan-based real estate firm Next Step Realty specializes in helping recent college graduates land their first apartments in the Big Apple. This docuseries follows the agency's employees as they help the young people with their housing searches in the competitive New York market while dealing with the usual interpersonal and professional conflicts that occur in the workplace, including when the ambitious agents compete for a coveted managing broker position that the CEO announces he is looking to fill.
Brash, Southern 20-something Georgia Chamberlin is an aspiring actress with a larger-than-life personality. To pursue her dream of becoming a famous actress, Georgia moves to New York with her science-geek best friend, Jo, who dreams of getting into the physics department of a top-tier university. Georgia's Aunt Honey allows the young women to rent the downstairs portion of her lavish apartment while they're pursuing their dreams in the Big Apple. Honey helps Georgia and Jo stay on track while in the city.
Cheerleading can be a competitive endeavor, with tournaments held to crown the best squads in the world. One of the elite groups is the Great White Sharks, multiple-time winners of the World Cheerleading Championships. This docuseries follows the Sharks as they train for the upcoming competition, sweating and fighting their way through their practices. The cheerleaders have the drive and passion to endure the grueling training sessions to improve their skills. The girls help each other through everything they do -- not just in cheerleading -- including the day-to-day struggles they face with schoolwork, part-time jobs and relationships.
Based on the same-named hit movie from 1999 that starred Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles, this half-hour series returns to Padua High, where newcomers Kat and Bianca Stratford attempt to navigate the popular crowd and the opposite sex while dealing with their overprotective dad. Kat is a strong-willed, confident kid with an eye toward her post-high-school life, while the only concern Bianca seems to have is how popular she becomes. But smooth sailing it won't be for the pair, especially in the company of head cheerleader Chastity, love-struck nerds like Cameron and the school's mysterious bad boy, Patrick.
When charismatic Danny Desai returns to his hometown after spending five years in juvenile detention, he sees that things are no longer as he remembered them. His mother's socialite status has plummeted due to his incarceration, and his childhood friends Jo and Lacey have grown apart and are at opposite ends of the social spectrum. Lacey is popular and dating the captain of the soccer team, while Jo struggles to put the trauma of the past behind her. Jo wants to give Danny a second chance, but when she asks for answers about the motive behind his crime, he won't -- or can't -- reveal the information. When a fellow student is found dead in her home, the town spins into a frenzy of suspicion and mystery -- with Danny as prime suspect. Jo and Lacey must decide if their childhood friend is guilty or just a victim being persecuted for his twisted secrets.
Summertime in the Midwest means another season at summer camp for teens, which usually promises the campers and counselors such experiences as first loves and first kisses. This time, though, the anticipated summer of fun becomes a summer of terror in this drama series set in the late '80s. When a new owner reopens the previously closed Camp Stillwater, its ancient mythologies awaken, and evil pops up at every turn in the seemingly idyllic setting. With the evil happenings, the young people at Camp Stillwater can add first kills to their list of firsts for the summer.
Things are looking good for aspiring journalist April. Not only has the 20-something received an opportunity to impress her editor at the Boston newspaper where she works, but she also has a budding romance with attractive co-worker Dominic. Unfortunately that's when a big challenge starts. She is admitted to hospital and learns from her oncologist uncle that she has cancer. Thus begins April's journey to beat the disease while following her dreams for both her personal and professional lives.