One's a cheerful comedian with an appetite for life... The other's a high-brow celebrity chef with a short temper... Now, the Chef and the Comedian are joining forces on an adventure of gastronomic proportions!
There are 20.000 kilometres to the Olympics... He' got the car... Now, he needs someone to drive it. This is "Get Me To the Games" - a comedy travel show that literally goes the extra mile!
For most people, a cup of coffee is a great way to start the day. But for some, it can also be the start of a brand new life! "The Baristas" is a social experiment format where a well-known activist offers drug users a chance to get off the streets, and into a new life as coffee shop baristas.
Two celebrity team leaders... Two celebrity-packed teams... and a series of tough competitions... with celebrities everywhere! It's "Celebrity Showdown"! What if you had two great friends, who just happened to also be pretty famous... and who were both very sore losers?
Are we alone in the universe? Is there a cure for cancer? Can we rid the world of hunger? And is there a way we can live forever? Well, wonder no more...This is "Larger Than Life" - a science based lifestyle entertainment format that explores the BIG questions in life.
Our world is changing... The environment is hurting... But can a single person really make a difference? "Going Green" is a fun and innovative new social change format, with the simple task... of saving the planet! But only one baby step at a time!
In the world of professional sports, the winner ALWAYS takes it all... But for the athletes, some moments can be even more precious than coming in first place!
This is a quiz show format brought back to earth. In the comfort of a fireplace lit den, celebrities are quizzed on simple trivia they SHOULD know, but probably wont.
The Stream is a brand new music competition reflecting today’s way of discovering new talent.
In Dictator, eight young people with no interest in the democratic process spend eight days locked in a grim, Soviet-style building, where they are subjected to a range of monotonous, arbitrary and humiliating experiences. They are stripped of personal belongings, have no access to clocks or daylight, and must live under a brutal curfew system, with long periods spent in isolation. A big cash prize is the incentive - but the contestants are unaware of what they must do to win the money. All they know is that the society in which they find themselves is run by an unseen but all-powerful dictator.