6 shows

Southern Charm

March 3, 2014

Go behind the walls of Charleston, South Carolina's most aristocratic families and discover a world of exclusivity, money and scandal that goes back generations. The fast-paced, drama-filled docu-series follows Charleston singles struggling with the constraints of this tight-knit, posh society.

Made in Chelsea

May 9, 2011

It's time to peek behind the designer curtains of South West London and meet London's young socially elite, Made in Chelsea. Yes, they're immaculately dressed; yes, they are fiercely ambitious; and of course they party hard. But beyond the posh accents, fast cars and polo parties, life isn't all champagne and canapés. See the real-life rivalries and relationships that set tongues wagging and phones beeping behind closed doors on the Kings Road. Enjoy every love-in, fall out and bitch fest captured on camera and played out over eight deliciously decadent one-hour episodes.

Laguna Beach

September 28, 2004

Like other teens in California, the lives of the Laguna Beach teenagers are filled with sandy beaches, beautiful friends and love triangles. But unlike other teens, they had cameras following them around. It may look like fantasyland, but they're not acting: they really are this rich and beautiful. For them, life really is a day at the beach.

Viewers are taken past the antebellum walls for an inside look into the posh society of Savannah, Georgia, following six lifelong friends as they set out to make their mark in this world, all while navigating their legacies, love lives, and personal relationships.

A sociopathic socialite plots her father's murder.

High Society

March 10, 2010

High Society is reality show following the lives of Tinsley Mortimer, a Manhattan socialite, and her friends. It was originally scheduled to air every Wednesday at 9 pm after America's Next Top Model but due to low ratings the network decided to push it back half hour to air after Fly Girls. The series premiered on March 10, 2010 on The CW, with 1.26 million viewers. The second episode of High Society improved over its premiere 22% in women 18-34 and 13% in women 18-49. The series averaged 0.8 million viewers. It was the lowest-rated primetime series on an American broadcast network for the 2009-10 television season.