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.
Looking for a job is never an easy task, especially for a young adult hunting for his or her first professional job. "Job or No Job" tries to make the situation a little less stressful for some job seekers by setting up three interviews that could result in anywhere from zero to three offers. Business executive and author Jane Buckingham serves as a career and lifestyle expert, helping to guide the candidates as they explore their employment opportunities and, if things go well, choose between multiple job offers in industries that include online journalism, fashion and event planning.
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.
A pair of plumbers moonlight as ghostbusters for clients who report paranormal phenomena. Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson founded TAPS, the Atlantic Paranormal Society, in 1990 as an extension of their interest in the paranormal, and since that time they have made it their life's work -- when they're not unclogging drains, that is -- to help individuals or groups throughout the country who feel they have been affected by seemingly unexplained disturbances. Grant left TAPS and the show in 2012, leaving Jason as the team's lead investigator.
You may not want to watch "Paranormal Witness" alone if you're easily spooked. This series brings to life -- through the use of first-hand testimony, home videos and personal photos -- the stories of people who have lived through paranormal experiences. In addition to featuring the usual paranormal stuff -- UFO sightings, poltergeists, haunted mansions, to name just a few -- "Paranormal Witness" episodes also tell the stories of a child with an imaginary friend and a highway that is said to be haunted.
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.
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.
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.
Ghost hunters Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango, members of TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society), train a new generation of paranormal investigators. They take aspiring ghost hunters to some of the most haunted spots in the United States and show them the ropes of paranormal investigation. Those who make the grade may be invited to participate in an investigation with a team from "Ghost Hunters" or "Ghost Hunters International."
When Holden wakes up from a coma that lasted 12 years, the young man discovers that he has new abilities, which land him in the middle of a dangerous conspiracy. Now that he is out of his coma, Holden must figure out what happened to him during the past dozen years and how to survive in the world that has changed significantly while he was in his coma. But perhaps the biggest question of all is why it happened to him. As Holden tries to adjust to adulthood -- all he remembers is being a child -- mysterious Willia warns him not to trust the people around him.