Males have dominated hip-hop, but gals are staking a claim in the genre. This docuseries -- whose producers include Grammy-winner T.I. -- showcases some women chasing dreams of being names in the rap game. Although the music business is a competition, the featured "femcees" have built a sisterhood that they want to continue while succeeding professionally. Music lifer Brianna Perry refuses to compromise femininity; former Crime Mob member Diamond hopes to expand beyond her music career; and gay Siya intends to remain unique.
Girls with attitude live together in Hollywood.
Caitlyn Jenner's first public appearance since her transition included making an impassioned, heartfelt speech at the ESPY Awards about the need for understanding transgender issues and "accepting people for who they are." For her part, Caitlyn -- formerly known at Bruce Jenner -- eagerly welcomes the responsibility to educate people, the beginning of which plays out in the documentary series "I Am Cait." The hourlong episodes present a closer look at Jenner's life as a transgender woman, telling her intimate story as she seeks out her "new normal," while offering a better understanding of many of life's challenges. Most of all, Caitlyn looks forward to living for the first time as the person she feels she was born to be. "I'm just going to live life," she says. "I'm going to go enjoy life. I have nothing left to hide."
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.
Cosmopolitan is one of the most well-known magazines in America, with a history that dates back to the first issue of its current incarnation in 1965. This docuseries follows members of the magazine's staff as they work to let readers know about the latest in the areas of music, fashion, beauty, celebrities and more. Working for Cosmo, as it's known, comes with an all-access VIP lifestyle, but it is also a stressful job that often pushes the staffers past their limits as they strive to release the best publication that they can every month in a time when print publications are on the decline. The hourlong episodes showcase the behind-the-scenes drama associated with the celebrity encounters and beauty shoots that the staff members experience while on the job.
This series goes inside the lives of the sexy staff members of world-famous bar The Abbey in the heart of West Hollywood, Calif. The Abbey is a hot spot for celebrities and VIP guests seeking the ultimate nightlife experience. The servers, bartenders, and VIP hosts wrangle Hollywood's hottest clientele every night of the week while dealing with their personal lives, both inside and outside of The Abbey. The exciting backdrop of one of Los Angeles' sexiest bars brings hot drama, budding romances, diverse sexuality and the pursuit of their individual Hollywood dreams.
Three groups of friends from around the United States compete for $100,000.
Wives and girlfriends (the titular WAGS) of professional athletes get perks that other woman usually don't get -- money and fame among them. Because it's a relatively small group of people, many WAGS are close friends with one another. But there is a hierarchy within the group, as the wives who have husbands with multimillion-dollar contracts have all the power. This reality series follows several WAGS who are married to or dating professional athletes. Sasha Gates, who is married to a veteran professional football player, is the head of the group and has her own children's clothing line with best friend and fellow WAG Autumn Ajirotutu, who is also married to a pro football player. Barbie Blank is involved with a professional hockey player, but she is an athlete herself -- she used to be a pro wrestler under the name Kelly Kelly.