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Big Brother Canada

February 27, 2013

A Canadian reality television show in which a group of contestants, known as "HouseGuests", are sequestered in the Big Brother House, under the surveillance of cameras and microphones, for the chance to win a grand prize of $100,000 by being the last remaining HouseGuest. Each week, the HouseGuests vote to evict one of their own until two HouseGuests remain on finale night. The winner is decided by the last seven evicted HouseGuests, known as the Big Brother Jury.

Emergency

April 16, 2015

An unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to two of Canada’s busiest hospital emergency rooms.

Follow some of toronto's most privileged, powerful and glamorous women as they navigate the elite social scene of Canada’s largest city.

Sex, Toys & Chocolate

December 1, 2003

Sex, Toys, & Chocolate is a talk show produced by Alliance Atlantis on cable and satellite in Canada. Premiering on March 5, 2004, new episodes appeared on Life Network and older ones ran on Discovery Health network. It was hosted by Robin Milhausen and Michael Cho. Each show opens with interspersed scenes of Milhausen and Cho discussing some sex-related topic with three women and three men respectively. The men and women are then brought together for a group discussion, followed by role-playing or trivia games at the end. Field reporter Roy Roman interviews people on the streets of Miami about the same topic, which typically include oral sex, masturbation, fetishes, orgasm, pornography, and the like. The show includes explicit language and discussion not seen on American television and is distinguished from other sex-related television series in that it is primarily designed to convey the opinions and experiences of average people and not to convey expert advice.

Intervention Canada

September 9, 2011

Intervention Canada is a Canadian reality TV series based on the A&E show Intervention, and airs on Slice, Sundays at 8 pm. It is now in its second season.

Intervention Canada profiles people whose dependence on drugs and alcohol or other compulsive behavior has brought them to a point of personal crisis or estranged them from their friends and loved ones. Each episode ends with a surprise intervention that is staged by the family and friends of the addict, conducted by addiction specialists.

On February 9, 2012 Slice had announced on their Facebook that the show is cancelled.

Stitched

September 9, 2018

In every high-style-meets-high-stakes episode, four competitors face off in dramatically themed challenges with one designer eliminated each round.

Unusually Thicke

April 16, 2014

Alan Thicke, one of Hollywood’s most famous TV dads, stars in the role of his life in Unusually Thicke, an original reality sitcom—but not even seven seasons as Dr. Jason Seaver on Growing Pains could prepare him to be the patriarch of his own real-life modern family. Between his feisty younger wife, Tanya, his opinionated teenage son, Carter, and his iconic career, Alan has his hands full in a unique series that follows the family’s daily drama and humor.

Birth Stories is a Canadian documentary television series that aired from 2000 to 2004 on Slice. It is produced by Cineflix, Slice and Sky Living.

Princess is a Canadian television series hosted by Gail Vaz-Oxlade that premiered in 2010. The program is similar in format to her earlier endeavor, Til Debt Do Us Part; however, rather than helping couples in financial trouble, Vaz-Oxlade assists women who are considered self-indulgent and spoiled. Participants are given weekly challenges, some of which are to help bring the finances and debt under control, while others are meant to help correct the participant's attitude and make amends to their friends and relatives. At the end of six weeks, Vaz-Oxlade gives the participant a cheque for an amount up to $5,000, based upon Vaz-Oxlade's assessment of the participant's success in each of the challenges.

In the United States, the show airs on Saturday nights on cable news channel CNBC.

Chop Shop is a Canadian docusoap television series created, directed and produced by Ziad Touma that premiered on February 4, 2009, on the Slice Network. The show follows the stylists at a rock and roll hair salon in Vancouver, British Columbia. The series was produced by Paperny Films.

At the End of My Leash is a reality television program starring Brad Pattison. In the United States, At the End of My Leash aired in the late Summer/Fall 2009 under the title In the Dog House on Animal Planet.

The show follows dog trainer and human life coach Brad Pattison as he enters homes to solve problems with bad dog behaviour and fix the relationship problems that cause them.

The show is produced by Matthew Kershaw, who created the show with Brad Pattison and Anthony Hart. Production is Executive Produced by Jean Merriman. Lisa Cichelly was the Supervising Producer. The show is a co-production between Purple Dog Media and White Iron Pictures.

The show premiered on the Slice on March 4, 2007. Season 2 premiered on Slice on October 15, 2007 and season 3 premiered on Slice on April 7, 2008. Season 4 debuted on Slice on December 16, 2008. The premiere of Season 5 of At the End of My Leash aired on May 6, 2009. Season 6 premiered on January 7, 2010.

Superstar Hair Challenge is a reality TV show on Slice Network hosted by Karen Bertelsen. Contestants must complete hair design related challenges, and a person is eliminated each week.

Life's Little Miracles follows the stories of children at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. It originally aired on Slice Network and CBC Television.

The List

November 13, 2007

The List is a Canadian reality television series, which debuted on November 13, 2007 on Slice. Hosted by Liza Fromer, the show will give participants the opportunity to live out a dream or goal.

The Last 10 Pounds Bootcamp is a Canadian television show on the Slice network that puts participants through an intense fitness and nutrition routine designed to help them reach a target weight in four weeks. The participants are usually motivated to lose weight by a wedding or some other important upcoming event in their lives. The show stars Tom Europe, a former CFL star turned celebrity trainer, who plays the role of the drill instructor at the bootcamp. Europe is often accompanied by Nadeen Boman, who helps the participants on the show learn about nutrition.

Project Runway Canada

October 8, 2007

Project Runway Canada is a Gemini Award-winning Canadian television adaptation of the American reality television series Project Runway, which debuted on the Slice network on October 8, 2007. The second season aired on Global. The series' host is fashion model Iman, while Canadian designer Brian Bailey acts as the contestants' mentor. The series was canceled over one year after the second season finale.

Wedding SOS is a Canadian television series shown on the Slice Network in Canada, the Fine Living network in the US, Sky Livingit in the UK and The Style Network in Australia.

The premise of each episode has a couple in over their heads planning a wedding, and brings in wedding expert Jane Dayus-Hinch to assist the couple to salvage the wedding. Dayus-Hinch is known as a fairy God-mother who grants the couple three wishes. She is also the ex-wife of former Judas Priest drummer John Hinch.

Bulging Brides

January 10, 2008

Bulging Brides is a Canadian television series produced by Slice, and shown on Slice and Discovery Health Channel in Canada and the WE: Women's Entertainment network in the US.

Bulging Brides is a television series that focuses on a bride’s desperate struggle to drop unwanted inches so that she can look picture perfect on her wedding day. The series is co-hosted by The Last 10 Pounds Boot Camp's “Dream Team”: personal trainer Tommy Europe and nutrition specialist Nadeen Boman.

Each half-hour episode features the story of one bride-to-be in the high-anxiety period less than two months before the big day. The bride has her wedding dress, but it doesn’t fit. Racked by tension from the bridal arrangements and petrified by the thought of not feeling her best on her big day, the bride-to-be has turned to the Dream Team as a last resort to lose her excess weight and fit in her gown.

Spectacular Spas is a Canadian television travel series about spa treatments from around the world.

The series began in 1998. Hosted by Carrie Olver, the programme mainly visits destination spas and day spas, and has been to many different world regions — including all around North America, as well as the Caribbean, Scandinavia, England, central Europe and east Asia — in search of different sorts of treatments and experiences. It covers types of massage particular to a region; areas with natural hot springs for bathing, different kinds of cuisine, alternative holistic treatments and materials thought to have healing qualities are also explored.

The mood of the programme is very relaxed, and its theme tune and incidental music are deliberately soothing, to reflect the subject matter. It has been shown worldwide since beginning on Canada's Life Network, to NDTV in India and You TV in the UK.

The large amount of nudity on Spectacular Spas is not usually a problem for censors, since only Carrie Olver's back is exposed when she gets massaged, but You TV decided to cut out a sequence where she stripped off her towel in a river after having a mud bath.

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