13 shows

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Solitary

May 29, 2006

Solitary is a reality show on the Fox Reality Channel whose contestants were kept in round-the-clock solitary confinement for a number of weeks with the goal of being the last contestant remaining in solitary, for a $50,000 prize. It was the channel's first original series commission with its debut on May 29, 2006. Solitary 4.0 premiered on January 30, 2010 and ended on March 20, 2010. Due to the demise of Fox Reality, fans of the show are currently attempting to petition other networks to take up the show for further seasons. A German version is broadcast on German TV channel ProSieben. Solitary 3.0 also broadcast in Singapore, showing every Friday during midnight to 1 A.M. The first episode of the third season was broadcast on 4 March and the last two episodes were broadcast on 8 April, which was a two-episode back-to-back cast from midnight to 2 A.M.

Paradise Hotel

June 18, 2003

Paradise Hotel is an American reality television program that aired on Fox in 2003, MyNetworkTV and Fox Reality Channel in 2008. In the show, a group of single people live in a luxurious hotel resort, competing to see who can stay in the hotel the longest. Periodically, someone is removed from the show, and others are brought in to replace them. Each week couples pair off and must share a hotel room together. One person is left over, and he or she has to leave. That person is then replaced the following episode. The format was created by Mentorn, a UK production company, which has produced various versions of the show around the world.

My Bare Lady

December 7, 2006

My Bare Lady is a 2006 United Kingdom-based reality TV show that aired on the Fox Reality Channel. The series followed four American female porn stars as they took acting lessons and performed in scenes from classic drama alongside British actors in London's West End. The show was hosted by British actor/director Christopher Biggins and the girls were trained by Biggins and various other British theatre professionals, including Louie Spence of Pineapple Dance Studios fame.

The series consisted of four episodes, the first of which aired on December 7, 2006.

The show's name is a pun that recalls the Pygmalion-inspired musical My Fair Lady by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, popularized in a film adaptation starring Audrey Hepburn.

The Search for the Next Elvira is a reality television series created by Eric Gardner and Cassandra Peterson for the Fox Reality channel. The reality competition show is a search to be the next late-night horror cult movie host Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.

Seducing Cindy

January 30, 2010

Seducing Cindy was a Fox Reality Channel original series that followed the newly single Cindy Margolis on her search for love. The eight-episode, one-hour series premiered on Saturday, January 30, 2010 and ended on March 20, 2010. Due to Fox Reality Channel being discontinued on March 29, 2010, it was the final original series.

They've conquered the world of reality television. Now Rob and Amber take on the biggest gamble when Rob decides to take their cash and go all in to become a professional poker player. Will Rob be able to cash in or will his dreams fold them both?

Sex Decoy: Love Stings

May 23, 2009

Love Stings is a reality series that centers on private investigator Sandra Hope. In every episode, a spouse or significant other hires Sandra and her team of decoys to tempt their potentially wayward lover and expose their infidelity.

Househusbands of Hollywood

August 15, 2009

Househusbands of Hollywood was a Fox Reality Channel series that documented the lives of five househusbands and their wives and families.

Smile...You're Under Arrest!

December 27, 2008

Smile...You're Under Arrest! is a reality show on Fox Reality Channel where individuals with outstanding felony warrants are lured into police custody using various fake scenarios.

The series consisted of 3 episodes, the first of which aired on December 27, 2008.

Battle of the Bods

December 29, 2007

Battle of the Bods is a Fox Reality Channel show, hosted by Olivia Lee. Devised by Endemol, it is based on the short lived British show Hot Tub Ranking.

In Battle of the Bods, the first of three rounds begins with five female contestants who are being ranked by three men with something in common. The first two rounds have the women being told by hostess Lee that the men are ranking them according to a specific body part--legs, abs, butt, etc.--and the final ranking is for the whole package from head to toe. The conflicts in ranking often centered around most of the women insisting they were the best in every category and being angry when the group made them accept a lower predicted ranking, and the reactions of the women to being admired/panned by the voting men. Based on how many positions the contestants got right determined how much money they made, and the final ranking was worth the most money. At the end of the show, the three males have to strip to their shorts and the five women get to do a "whole package" rating that earns them $5,000 if they get all three spots right--and $0 if they get even one spot wrong.

The Academy

May 24, 2007

The Academy is a reality television series that provides a behind-the-scenes look at police recruits of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Academy as they go through an 18-week training course to become deputies of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The program premiered in May 2007 on Fox Reality Channel with class 355. As of fall 2007, the series is also aired on MyNetworkTV. There were 111 recruits to start out and 24 were separated. Separations occur when recruits fail make-up exams, simply decide to resign due to injury or by personal choice, or when the instructors feel the recruit shouldn't continue with training.

The lead drill instructor was Deputy Miley a.k.a. "The Ramrod". Class 355 was mostly made of recruits for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, but there were recruits for other agencies as well such as the Los Angeles Port Police, Torrance Police Department, Inglewood Police Department, Redondo Beach Police Department, and the Pomona Police Department. The finale for the first season was on Thursday, August 2, 2007.

Fox Reality started taping the second season of the show in early November 2007 at the STARS Center, the Los Angeles County Sheriff academy. The second season premiere aired on May 24, 2008, and the second season finale aired on July 26, 2008. The third season of The Academy, which premiered on October 24, 2009 provides a behind-the-scenes look at recruits of the Orange County Fire Authority, California.

Reality Binge

July 10, 2008

Reality Binge, is a weekly Fox Reality Channel original series which features reality TV clips & reality commentary every week. The show is hosted by Eric Toms.

American Idol Extra was a television show that was shown on the Fox Reality Channel and Star! and billed as "the show that picks up right where American Idol leaves off". The program featured the first full-length interview with the most recent eliminated contestant and various behind-the-scenes material.

It was hosted by Jillian Reynolds and co-hosted by Ace Young, a former contestant of the show. Jillian interviewed each week's eliminated contestant as well as Idol contestants from years past. The show included exclusive behind the scenes packages from the Idol show as well as live, in studio, performances by former Idols. Judges Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul and Kara DioGuardi were periodically interviewed after the results show tapings.

The show premiered in 2006 and was shown on both Fox Reality Channel and The 101 Network. Ty Treadway was the host that season and Mikalah Gordon and Matthew Rogers served as cohosts.

The second season brought some changes. JD Roberto became the host and the show became exclusive to Fox Reality Channel. In addition, the show is now taped on a stage of CBS Television City adjacent to the Idol studio in front of a live studio audience.

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