In the new Spike reality-competition series Sweat Inc., hosted by Jillian Michaels, twenty-seven aspiring fitness entrepreneurs compete to prove they've developed the most groundbreaking and effective exercise program out there.
Doug Clark and Mike Baird are head over heels about the real estate market in Utah. This unscripted series follows the entrepreneurial duo as they buy foreclosed properties in the Salt Lake City area, renovate them and then attempt to flip them for a profit.
Coal was an American reality television series on Spike. The series debuted on March 30, 2011. The series portrayed the real life events on a coal mine in Westchester, West Virginia, and the inherent dangers involved.
The series was later premiered in the UK on November 8, 2011, via the Discovery Channel UK. It featured owner Mike Crowder along with several employees involved in the mining operation.
Weapon X follows a team of experts led by Richard Machowitz, a 10-year veteran of the US Navy SEALS, as they explore whether major historical battles would have ended differently if the losing side had built a ‘weapon x’. Each week, Mack and his team use modern day ingenuity and inventiveness combined with the technology of the time to create game-changing weapons in history’s most famous battles.
Permanent Mark, starring tattoo expert Permanent Mark Walters, is a reality travel series about the world's greatest tattoo artists.
Phowned! is a gag phone call television series that aired on Spike TV in december 2010. The show features phone calls to sons, daughters, parents, and friends and showcases how easily people's buttons are pushed to the limit with fresh and unique story lines.
Knockout Sportsworld is a Spike TV series featuring some the most spectacular knockouts in sports.
Half Pint Brawlers is a wrestling company and television series. The company is considered the craziest and also the top midget wrestling company in the country. Known for controversy and also for their hardcore wrestling style, they often use staple guns, thumb tacks, broken bottles, and barbed wire in their matches. They got a fraternity kicked off of campus for one of their politically incorrect shows, and have been banned from performing in certain states.
The company is made up of Puppet "The Psycho Dwarf" who runs the company. Little Kato "The Dwarf Destroyer" is the veteran of the group and he almost dies in the very first episode. Beautiful Bobby is Kato's long-haired brother known for his high-flying style. Turtle is the rookie of the group and the fellow emcee. Madd Mexx is known as "The Immigration Sensation". Teo is the smallest Extreme Athlete who causes the most problems in the group and stands in at 3 ft 10 in. Spyder Nate Webb is the only tall guy in the group and also acts as an announcer.
Spike TV aired the first season of the series following the Half Pint Brawlers in 2010. During the first season of the show, the Brawlers performed shows at a maximum security prison, on Bourbon Street, at a redneck festival, and a show with Luchadores in Mexico. The show was produced by the Lumberjack Crew and Idea Factory production companies.
US Navy: Pirate Hunters is a one hour special following the U.S. Navy's efforts to capture the pirates that have been making headlines terrorizing commercial merchant ships off the coast of Africa.
Sports Crash takes a detailed look at some of the all-time greatest crashes in sports.
Boom! was an American reality television series that aired on Spike TV in 2005. It featured a group of demolition experts using explosives to destroy objects such as trailers, houses, boats and cars. Often, the suggestions on what should be blown up were sent in by home viewers via a "BOOM! Mailbag". Each episode covered obtaining the materials, cleaning, gutting, and rigging the thing with explosives, and then making the final countdown and pushing the detonator, and watching the devastation.
The John Henson Project was an American reality television series that explores the world through the eyes of host John Henson. The series was shown on Spike TV in 2004. The intent of the show was to create a half hour variety-type program that would highlight news, entertainment and sports from a "guy"'s perspective, punctuated by Henson's sardonic sense of humor. The show would feature regular segments like "Cruise the News", "Guys and Balls" and "Man of the Week". More bizarre features were "Could I Kick His Ass?", where Henson would handicap himself, Vegas-style, in theoretical fights with celebrities and reenactments of famous sports tirades performed by grade school aged children.
Howard Stern: The Teenage Years is an animated series starring Michael Cera voicing a young Howard Stern. Production was never completed.
MoCap, LLC presents a dark, hysterical, behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of a low-rent motion capture studio willing to do just about anything to find work in the video game industry.
Geek-Ray Vision, Spike TV’s original digital series, brings viewers a weekly inside scoop on the coolest films, music, gadgets, comic books and video games from the hottest geek locations.
A.M.P.E.D. is a 2007 TV pilot, set in present day Minneapolis, centering on a group of police detectives and officers as they deal with a small but growing percentage of the population that is falling prey to strange genetic mutations, causing them to be violent and destructive. Spike TV did not picked up the series.
Idiot Hall of Fame uses real footage and takes a humorous look at some of the most truly idiotic actions of all time.