Girls with attitude live together in Hollywood.
Three groups of friends from around the United States compete for $100,000.
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.
Gymnast Gabby Douglas became one of the most popular stories of the 2012 Summer Olympics as a member of America's gold medal-winning women's gymnastics team. Now, with that experience under her belt, her eyes have turned to the 2016 games in Rio. This docuseries follows the Olympian and her loved ones who offer their support as she prepares to return for an encore Olympic performance. After medaling in 2012, Gabby took time off from the sport, but she returns to her training, focused on another successful Olympic run. As she trains in Ohio with her grandmother, the rest of her family is back in California running Gabby's business while taking care of their own lives. It's a true team effort as the Douglas family helps Gabby achieve her Olympic dream a second time.
Reality shows about modeling and fashion have been done before, but what makes "Strut" different is that the models featured on the program are all transgender. The show, which has Whoopi Goldberg as one of its executive producers, follows several models who try to overcome gender and beauty stereotypes to make it in the modeling industry. The show goes inside the models' personal lives, showcasing their struggles to make it in the fashion world and revealing emotional conversations with family members. The featured models include Laith, who was one of the first transgender male models to appear in a national campaign; Dominique, who has been modeling for more than 20 years; Isis, who was a fashion designer before getting into modeling; newcomer Ren, who hopes modeling can help her reconnect with her distant father; and outspoken Arisce, who has walked runways during New York, Los Angeles and Miami Fashion Week shows.
Castaways inhabit a remote destination and attempt to outwit, outlast and outplay each other for a prize of $1 million.
Eleven teams of two travel the globe to try to win $1 million.
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.
Friends, relatives and co-workers tackle obstacle races designed to test physical and mental limits.