1. Love Is Blind (2020)
Nick and Vanessa Lachey host a social experiment in which single men and women search for love and get engaged before ever meeting in person, all in the name of social experimentation.
2. Storage Wars (2010)
In California, a storage locker’s contents can be auctioned off as a single lot by an auctioneer if the rent has not been paid for three months. When a home’s door is open, professional buyers can only see what’s inside for about five minutes before making a purchase. The goal is to profit from the sale of the goods.
3. Expedition Unknown (2015)
On the trail of Josh Gates as he tries to solve some of the world’s most infamous mysteries
4. Total Divas (2013)
Seven WWE Divas open up about everything from their work to their personal lives.
5. Life of Kylie (2017)
Her unfiltered world of fame, fortune, relationships, and empire is open to the public.
6. The Bachelorette (2003)
Over the course of several weeks, a single bachelorette dates a number of men in an effort to find her one true love.
7. Cheer (2020)
Only the athletes’ stories of adversity and triumph are more inspiring to these cheerleaders, whose workouts are as brutal as the athletes’ performances on the mat.
8. American Restoration (2010)
Reality television series American Restoration airs on the History channel. An antique restoration shop in Las Vegas is the setting for this Leftfield Pictures-produced series, which follows owner Rick Dale and his staff and teenage son as they restore various vintage items to their original state.
9. Chrisley Knows Best (2014)
Todd Chrisley, his devoted wife Julie, and their five children live a seemingly picture-perfect Southern life with all that money can buy in Atlanta, Georgia, in this reality show.
10. Duck Dynasty (2012)
American reality television series called Duck Dynasty airs on A&E. In West Monroe, Louisiana, the Robertson family has a family-owned business, Duck Commander, which manufactures duck calls and other products for the hunting community. Known for their long beards are the Robertson men, including Phil, his brother Si, and his three brothers and their sons: Jase, Willie, and Jep Phil Robertson spent 25 years making duck calls from Louisiana cedar trees in a family shed. The company is now run by Willie, his son. Benelli Presents Duck Commander and its spin-off Buck Commander, which still airs on the Outdoor Channel, previously featured the family. The fourth season premiere of the show drew 11.8 million viewers, making it the most-watched nonfiction cable telecast in history for A&E.
11. Swamp People (2010)
The largest swamp in the United States can be found in the farthest reaches of Louisiana, a place where nature rules and man tries to buck it. Tradition dictates that the Cajuns who live in this hostile environment hunt alligators for 30 days each year.
12. Ax Men (2008)
It’s a full-time job for these brave men who risk their lives every day to bring back the timber from the Pacific Northwest that we use to build the United States. Just some of the hazards they face on a daily basis include broken cables, escaped logs, and razor-sharp chainsaws. Anything and everything can go wrong, even with new technology that is supposed to make things easier.
13. Alaskan Bush People (2014)
A new family has been discovered deep in the Alaskan wilderness, where they were raised in the wild. As a result of their isolation from the outside world, Billy Brown, his wife, Ami, and their seven grown children – 5 boys and 2 girls – spend six to nine months of the year without seeing anyone else. They have their own dialect and accent, call themselves a “wolf pack,” and sleep in a one-room cabin at night. They are, quite simply, the most unique family in the United States. Browns claim that a cabin they had lived in for years was recently seized and burned to the ground because it was located in the wrong place on public property.
14. Are You The One? (2014)
Single women and men are put through the most extensive and scientific matchmaking process ever attempted to find their Perfect Match in the most ambitious dating experiment ever attempted.
15. Naked and Afraid (2013)
What happens if you put two strangers in some of the most extreme environments on the planet without any clothes on? In order to survive on their own, each male-female duo is left with no food, water, clothing, and only one survival item.
16. Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (2012)
One of the show’s most well-known characters, June, has become a fixture on the show after an episode in 2012 showed Alana drinking go-go juice before competing. It’s a combination of Red Bull and Mountain Dew that worked her up in front of the cameras earlier this year, and the two appeared on talk shows to defend their caffeine consumption. When Alana isn’t competing in pageants, the show will focus on her family, which includes her mother June, father Sugar Bear, and sisters Lauryn, Jessica, and Anna. They’ve all been given the nickname Honey Boo Boo.
17. Shark Tank (2009)
The Sharks” (tough, self-made, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons) are eager to invest in the ideas of aspiring entrepreneurs.
18. Hardcore Pawn (2010)
The Gold family is here to introduce you. Their pawn shop is Detroit’s largest and they’ve bought and sold things you can’t even begin to comprehend. As the Golds operate in one of America’s most dangerous cities, every day brings a new threat. There are millions of dollars to be made with 50,000 square feet of cash and goods surrounding them, but their gains come with enormous risk.
19. Ghost Adventures (2008)
Zak Bagans and his crew, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin, investigate haunted places both domestically and internationally.. While conducting investigations, Zak and crew learn about the area; interview locals about the reported hauntings; and confront the evil spirits who are said to inhabit these places.