Green is a buzzword used by people trying to lead an eco-friendly life. Hosted by veteran journalist Alex Paen, "Real Green" provides advice for people looking to lead a greener, more sustainable life. Environmental experts, celebrities and committed individuals tell viewers how to help save the environment while saving money in the process.
Hosted by veteran journalist Alex Paen, "Missing" features missing person cases, involving both adults and children, from across North America in an effort to help solve the cases. The show works with law enforcement agencies from across the nation, including the FBI, and missing person organizations to provide viewers with vital facts about missing individuals and to increase public awareness of the cases. The show has helped authorities locate and recover hundreds of missing persons since it premiered in 2003.
Concern for the environment is a major issue for many people. "Eco Company" tries to make teens interested in saving the environment. The show, hosted by a dynamic cast of teenagers, explores all aspects of being green and how people's actions impact the world. The "Eco Company" team reports on developments in renewable energies and alternative fuels, explores organic processes, profiles teens and organizations who are making a difference, and learns about the impact conservation and recycling can have on reducing one's carbon footprint.
As a model and longtime host of "America's Next Top Model," Tyra Banks knows about style, and she's looking to share her knowledge of the topic with viewers in this daily, hourlong series. Banks, the show's chief "FABLife" stylist, leads a team of stylists that also includes model Chrissy Teigen, fashion journalist Joe Zee, interior designer Lauren Makk and lifestyle expert Leah Ashley. The experts offer tips and tricks intended to help people up their games, whether it's transforming their wardrobes or remodeling their homes. And because Banks is involved, it's all delivered with her signature "fierceness."
Buying a house can be a stressful, time-consuming process, which is why people turn to shows such as "Open House" to get help in the real estate market. Hosts Sara Gore and George Oliphant (who also rescues homeowners' renovation projects on sister show "George to the Rescue," which began as a segment of "Open House" before becoming a stand-alone show) showcase some of the hottest homes on the market in major cities, get interior design tips from experts and provide information on what people need to know about stylish living.