This guilty pleasure features four unmarried couples from across the United States who travel to an exotic locale to put their relationships to the ultimate test (i.e. get it on with the 15 eligible men and 15 eligible women put on the island to break up the unions). Over this period, the couples get the opportunity to answer questions about themselves and one another, and to find out if what they think they want is actually what they do want.
Four expert celebrity dancers judge, guide and mentor the world’s top dancing talent and troupes of all ages. The competitors showcase their skills, ranging in styles from hip-hop and contemporary to ballroom, Latin and more, bringing their passion to battle it out with the best of the best. Alongside the competition, the performers share their inspirations, challenges and personal backstories while building close connections not only with each other but also with the judges themselves. As the contest intensifies, the field of dancers narrows, and in the finale, finalists vie for a life-changing million-dollar prize.
In hopes of winning over the hearts and taste buds of host Gordon Ramsay as well as celebrities and VIP dinner guests, teams of families and friends battle it out in a live, high-stakes cooking competition.The show features Ramsay’s unique passion, energy and humor. Each hour includes a smorgasbord of food-focused fun, featuring visits by surprise guests in the dining room, live remotes and one-of-a-kind segments with fans, food enthusiasts and culinary experts. The two best performing teams throughout the season battle in a final cook-off where the winner stands to win $100,000.
What begins as an impulsive “date” between suburban husband Jack and neophyte escort Izzy spins into a whirlwind three-way affair including Jack’s wife Emma, who’s been keeping secrets of her own. Over a span of just 10 days, their “arrangement” becomes something else entirely: A real romance with real stakes involving three real people. In Season 2, the complex realities of polyamory and “throupling” set in: What happens when this peculiar rom-com fades to black? Can they prove their best, truest, happiest lives really are together, even when it’s complicated and difficult and more conventional alternatives beckon?
When Bachelorette Andi Dorfman said goodbye to Nick Viall just as he was preparing to pick out a ring for her, he was devastated. When Nick walked up to Kaitlyn Bristowe with an engagement ring in his pocket, only to be sent home, he was crushed. How could one man endure so much heartbreak? If you believe that “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” Nick Viall, 36 from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is back stronger than ever, ready and eager to begin his search for true love on the 21st season of ABC’s hit romance reality series The Bachelor, which will premiere in January 2017.
On Undeniable With Joe Buck, one of America’s most trusted and respected sports broadcasters takes a seat across from some of the most eminent athletes of our generation. In one-on-one interviews filmed in front of a live audience, Joe Buck gives viewers an unparalleled glimpse inside the lives of sports legends as they share the inside scoop on their storied careers. Sports fans can count on Joe’s unique, relaxed approach to foster an open discussion detailing these sports icons’ rise to superstardom, what they’ve learned along the way, and what the future has in store for them.