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.
Selling real estate in the Los Angeles area can be a glamorous job, as "Million Dollar Listing" proves. The show follows young real estate agents as they try to sell high-end properties in the Los Angeles area, including Beverly Hills and Malibu. The agents use their charm, good looks and business savvy to stay on top of the competitive heap in the real estate market. Will a Los Angeles housing slump make it more difficult for the agents to sell their properties?
"Million Dollar Listing" has showcased some of the most luxurious homes in Los Angeles. The franchise now heads east with "Million Dollar Listing New York," featuring relentless real estate agents in Manhattan and their intertwining lives as each agent fights for his share of the market. The agents deal with demanding clients as they earn a living selling some of New York's hottest real estate. The featured agents, some of the best in the city, include "listings machine" Fredrik Eklund and Ryan Serhant, who was an actor and hand model before pursuing his home-selling passion.
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.
Atlanta has become a hotbed for hip-hop music, and it is the setting for this reality series that explores what life is like for a tight-knit crew of friends, many of whom have family members who are well-known in the hip-hop community. Shad Moss -- better known as Bow Wow -- returns to Atlanta to release his first album in several years, which he intends to make his swan song before bowing out of the industry so he can focus on raising his child and dealing with other personal issues. Mentoring him are surrogate fathers Snoop Dogg and Jermaine Dupri. Hoping to step out of their parents' famous shadows are members of Bow Wow's ATL crew, including Dupri's daughter Shaniah Mauldin; Reginae Carter, the daughter of Lil Wayne and Toya Wright; T.I. and Tiny's daughter Zonnique Pullins; Brandon Barnes, the son of hip-hop manager Debra Antney and brother of rapper Waka Flocka Flame; and Ayana Fite, the daughter of Beastie Boys mainstay DJ Hurricane and Barnes' cousin.
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.
Real estate can be a cutthroat industry, especially when agents are competing for turf in one of the country's most coveted realty markets like Orange County in Southern California. That's where John McMonigle was the top real estate agent before being forced into bankruptcy when the market crashed. He has since rebuilt his empire, adding four ambitious agents to his team in an effort to beat the Relegance Group. Led by the O.C.'s "real estate queen" Jojo Romeo, an estranged employee of John's, the Relegance staff -- which includes several zealous agents -- strives to become the region's top team. With limited listings available, the two groups are often left vying for the same high-end clients. With multimillion-dollar deals on the line -- and old vendettas lingering between McMonigle and Romeo -- the competition is fierce as each group of agents works toward the goal of becoming No. 1 in the Orange County realty market.
Being in the spotlight doesn't necessarily make life easier for reality TV stars and, in fact, often makes things harder for the celebrities. Oftentimes, their relationships suffer from the notoriety. In this series of the "Marriage Boot Camp" franchise, stars of such shows as "The Real Housewives" and "Bad Girls Club" seek help from therapists and other experts to prevent their personal relationships -- either romantic or familial -- from getting worse. The therapists put the celebs and their loved ones through their form of boot camp, testing them with challenges that include revealing some of their deepest secrets and personal woes.