90 Day Fiance
- 6 seasons
- Reality TV
90 Day Fiance offers a never-before-seen look into the world of international dating and matrimony. Using a unique 90-day fiance visa -- the K-1 visa -- four women will travel to the U.S. to live with their overseas fiances for the first time. The couples must marry before their visas expire in 90 days, or the visiting fiancees have to return home. The women will have to overcome language barriers, culture shock, the stigma of the "mail order bride," and skeptical friends and family -- all with a clock that starts the moment they step foot on U.S. soil. Rolling the dice on a cross-border romance, we discover whether these foreign brides-to-be can find their happily ever after in America. The stakes are incredibly high as these couples will each be forced to make a life-altering decision: get married or send their international mate home.
First aired January 12, 2014.
- 13 seasons
Meet husband Kody -- along with his three wives: Meri, Janelle and Christine and their combined 13 children -- and see how they attempt to navigate life as a "normal" family in a society that shuns their lifestyle. From their unconventional family structure and living arrangements to financial challenges
First aired September 26, 2010.
Say Yes to the Dress
- 13 seasons
- Reality TV
Part fashion show, part bridal therapy, Say Yes to the Dress follows brides as they shop for their dream gowns at Kleinfeld, the world's premier bridal salon.
First aired October 12, 2007.
Sex Sent Me to the ER
- 2 seasons
- Reality TV, Documentary
Sex in a tree? A quickie in the closet? Laundry room relations? These are just a few of the out-of-the-ordinary places where amorous adventurers go to get intimate with their other halves. But few people expect to land themselves in the emergency room as a result! Brought to life for Discovery Fit & Health by GRB Entertainment, the production company behind the hit show UNTOLD STORIES OF THE ER, this all-new series documents the real-life and often hilarious stories of what happens when a little action leads to a medical crisis. Retold by emergency room physicians and the actual couples who, in the heat of the moment, got themselves into a fix and needed a doctor to fix it, this four-part series illustrates how loving couples cope when sex goes outrageously wrong.
First aired December 28, 2013.
- 8 seasons
- Family, Reality TV
Buddy Valastro is one of the most successful and renowned cake artists in the United States. Master baker of Carlo's City Hall Bake Shop in Hoboken, New Jersey, Buddy is the Cake Boss.
He supervises a team that includes his mother, four older sisters and plenty of cousins, second cousins and brothers-in-law. When you're working with family on a daily basis, there is bound to be a lot of drama. The Valastros know drama, but at the end of the day, they also know love.
Cake Boss chronicles Buddy's over-arching desire to achieve his late father's dream of making Carlo's Bake Shop a household name with or without the help of his family.
First aired May 25, 2009.
Who Do You Think You Are?
- 11 seasons
- Reality TV, Family
Based on a UK documentary series, this NBC offering will trace the family trees of well known celebrities. This glimpse into the personal lives of celebrities will also unearth interesting elements of American history.
First aired March 5, 2010.
Little People, Big World
- 14 seasons
Little People, Big World is a reality series about life in a family of little people, also sometimes called midgets or dwarves. Standing only four feet tall, Matt and Amy Roloff are struggling to raise their four children, who are mixed in stature, on their 34-acre farm. Their biggest trials come from their 15-year-old son Zach, who is two feet shorter than his twin brother Jeremy. The family was introduced in an hour-long special in 2005.
First aired March 24, 2005.
My Strange Addiction
- 6 seasons
My Strange Addiction tells the compelling stories of individuals battling unusual obsessive behaviors. The show follows these addicts as they reveal their strange addictions to friends and family, and meet with psychological experts to understand the underlying causes of their behavior.
First aired December 29, 2010.
Toddlers and Tiaras
- 7 seasons
On any given weekend, on stages across the country, little girls and boys parade around wearing makeup, false eyelashes, spray tans and fake hair to be judged on their beauty, personality and costumes. Toddlers and Tiaras follows families on their quest for sparkly crowns, big titles, and lots of cash.
The preparation is intense as it gets down to the final week before the pageant. From hair and nail appointments, to finishing touches on gowns and suits, to numerous coaching sessions or rehearsals, each child preps for their performance. But once at the pageant, it's all up to the judges and drama ensues when every parent wants to prove that their child is beautiful.
First aired January 27, 2009.
Long Island Medium
- 12 seasons
- Family, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Long Island Medium is a series that follows real-life psychic medium Theresa Caputo as she takes clients on an emotional and spiritual journey with the afterlife. As a psychic medium, Theresa has an ability that most people can't comprehend. She spends her days helping individuals find closure and connects people to their loved ones who have passed in order to validate that they are still with them. For Theresa, this is not just her job, this is her life, as she tries to balance the past with the present on a daily basis.
First aired September 25, 2011.
Hoarding: Buried Alive
- 7 seasons
Hoarding explores the psychology behind the compulsion to accumulate and store large quantities of nonessential things.
First aired October 4, 2009.
- 11 seasons
What happens when four brides with four totally different styles agree to attend and judge one another's weddings? It's a competition with only one winner -- and the prize at stake is a fabulous honeymoon!
First aired July 6, 2009.
- 4 seasons
In a world where "plain" is considered a compliment, TLC will pull back the curtains to reveal the strict traditions of the Amish/Mennonite religion and lifestyle as cameras follow five people who have chosen to leave it behind and explore the world outside of their community.
Breaking Amish, premiering Sunday, Sept. 9 at 10|9c, provides a never-before-seen look inside the lives of young men and women as they, for the first time, trade horse and buggy with taxi cabs to break out from their respective Amish/Mennonite communities in their pursuit to chase big dreams in the Big Apple. The groundbreaking series features nine hour-long episodes.
Breaking Amish will shed light on many firsts for the cast members. From flying in a plane and wearing jeans, to using a cell phone and electricity, the show will highlight their transition into city culture and the basic amenities that come with it.
Unlike Rumspringa, these young men and women get serious about the possibility of committing to careers, lives and options for living indefinitely on the outside. But after these new experiences and the opportunity to live out dreams take flight, will they take advantage of New York and carry out their newfound lives while leaving behind the Amish/Mennonite community and their families forever?
The decision to pack up their bags and leave town does not come without a hefty price. Breaking Amish will unveil the disenchantment of family members who are forced to shun their own children, siblings and grandchildren as they decide to explore a world beyond the limitations of their simple upbringing. Should these "rebellious" Amish/Mennonite members decide to forgo Western luxuries and return to their previous lifestyles, they risk the probability of being shunned by their community altogether -- including the family, friends and life they once knew so well.
First aired September 9, 2012.
Leah Remini: It's All Relative
- 2 seasons
- Reality TV
Leah Remini played the unforgettably funny, no-nonsense wife on "The King of Queens," but she's just as funny when she's acting as real-life wife to her husband of 10 years, Angelo, and mom to her feisty 9-year-old daughter Sofia. In the all-new TLC series "Leah Remini: It's All Relative," find out what life is really like in the entertainment industry as you step into Leah's home to watch her juggle career, her celebrity status and her family. Leah's living in Los Angeles now, but she still has her Brooklyn roots (and accent). Her day-to-day reality is about keeping her over-achieving tendencies under control and managing a household full of hijinks -- and funny personalities! In the show, you'll meet Angelo, who’s a devoted father helping run their family diner, and Sofia, who's the spitting image of her dad with her mom's personality. Filling out Leah's household are her opinionated mother, Vicki; eccentric stepfather, George; down-to-earth sister Shannon; and Sofia's British nanny.
First aired July 10, 2014.