Storage Wars: (Real-life character, 104x30 min. & 2x60 min. specials) In each episode, the owner of the storage facility cuts the lock to a delinquent unit and raises the door for the first time, allowing anxious bidders to peer inside for a brief moment, aided only by a flashlight.
The Ghost Inside My Child: (Paranormal & unexplained, 4x60 min.) Explores many parents' most closely guarded secret: their child is a reincarnation of someone who died violently and came back to life.
Be the Boss: (Entertainment, 1x60 min.) A new series where deserving frontline employees at our most familiar chains will be given the opportunity of a lifetime: a chance to win a franchise of their very own.
She Made Them Do It: (Movie, 1x120 min.) Based on a true story, a profile of Sarah Pender, a 21-year-old woman who manipulated her boyfriend into murdering her two roommates.
Pawn Stars: (Real-life character, 272x30 min. & 2x60 min.) The hit series takes viewers inside the doors of the only family-run pawnshop in Las Vegas, where three generations of men from the Harrison family buy and sell collectible, unusual and historically significant items.
Ancient Aliens: (Paranormal/unexplained, 56x60 min & 5x120 min.) Examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth.
Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition: (Format, 11x60 min. & 1x60 min.) In this mother of all competition series, a dozen of the country’s most talented kid dancers compete in weekly dance challenges.
Prank My Mom: (Entertainment, 12x30 min.) Follows mischievously good-natured kids as they pull outrageous pranks on their moms.
Panic 9-1-1: (Crime, 9x60 min.) Using audio from real 911 calls to narrate the story, this series lets viewers experience every harrowing moment of the callers’ ordeals as their situations unfold.
The Bible Rules: (Religion, 6x60 min.) The Bible may have 10 Commandments, but in fact, there are more than 700 rules. They govern all manner of behaviors—food, sex, work, punishment.
Modern Marvels: Mega Countdowns: (Tech. & engineering, 8x60 min.) Revisits clips of this incredible 500-plus episode series in a countdown format, building excitement around some of the most fascinating engineering and technology feats of our time.
Betty & Coretta : (Movie, 1x120 min.) The true stories of extraordinary women Coretta Scott King (Angela Bassett), wife of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Dr. Betty Shabazz (Mary J. Blige), wife of Malcom X.
An Amish Murder: (Movie, 1x120 min.) In the rural town of Painters Mill, Ohio, the Amish and “English” have lived side by side for centuries. But 16 years ago, a series of brutal murders shattered the farming community. Starring Neve Campbell.
Monster In-Laws : (Format, 20x30 min.) Shows married couples who are at the boiling point with their in-laws.
Counting Cars: (Real-life character, 52x30 min.) Danny “The Count” Koker is a Las Vegas legend who acquires, restores and customizes classic cars and motorcycles, and then “flips” them for a profit.
Liz and Dick : (Movies, 1x120 min.) Starring Lindsay Lohan, takes viewers behind the headlines of one of the great love stories of all time.
My Life is a Lifetime Movie : (Real-life, 7x60 min.) Each episode features two too-wild-to-be scripted stories told through first-person interviews and recreations from average women caught in outrageous circumstances.
Duck Dynasty : (Ent., 67x30 min. & 5x60 min.) Meet the Robertsons. They’re modern-day Beverly Hillbillies living the American Dream operating a multi-million dollar enterprise while remaining true to themselves and their outdoor lifestyle.
Haunted Encounters: Face to Face : (Paranormal & unexplained, 5x60 min.) A team of paranormal experts with various specialties travel across the U.S. to sites of accidents, disasters and crime scenes in an attempt to make contact with people who have passed to the other side. In the episode "Lizzie Borden/Silent Movie Theatre," the team heads to Massachusetts to investigate the site of one of history’s most infamous murders in an attempt to communicate with the deceased members of the Borden family. Does the spirit of Lizzie Borden, suspected ax murderer of her father and stepmother, still reside in this infamous old farmhouse? Then, with the help of their specially trained canine investigator, they head to Los Angeles to investigate The Silent Movie Theatre on Fairfax, hoping to document proof that the theatre is still inhabited by its deceased owners. Additional episodes include: "Black Dahlia/Boston’s Haunted Underworld," "Ghosts of Skid Row/Kreischer Mansion," "Eastern State Penitentiary" and "Houghton Mansion/St. Marks."
How Sex Changed the World : (History, 10x60 min.) From the United States’ founding fathers to leading scientists, discover how world history changes when sex backfires. In the episode "Sex and Power," discover shocking true stories about how the sex lives of the powerful shake up history. From unlikely playboys like U.S. President Warren G. Harding to modern-day harems and even Rasputin, the sex lives of those in charge have changed history in countless ways. Additional episodes include: "Sex and War," "America’s Sex Pioneers," "Extreme Sex," "Sex Gone Wrong," "Sex Rebels," "Sex for Sale," "Sexperiment," "Sexpocalypse" and "Superheroes of Sex."
7 Dias de Amor: (Format) This new real-life series challenges couples to make time for daily intimacy and injects the honesty, edge and relatable heart of Wife Swap. Each week, producers will follow a couple at a desperate crossroads who have agreed to take this challenge before giving up on their marriage altogether. They just might find that after seven days of sex—and a few assignments outside of the bedroom—the answers to all the problems plaguing their marriage may have been lying right there between them, under the covers, all along.
Sworn to Silence: (Movie, 1x120 min.) In the rural town of Painters Mill, Ohio, a series of brutal murders shattered the peaceful farming community.
Un Dia En La Vida : (Reality, 7x30 min.) Profiles the real people behind the public facade of Latin American celebrities. In each episode, viewers will follow their different daily routines during an important event in their lives—whether it be a new film, charity event, premiere or concert. While the celebrity shares his favorite places, neighborhood and daily habits, producers interview him on different topics, including career, life, hopes and memories. Viewers go behind the scenes at their homes and places of work, seeing a personal side that few know. Episodes include: Chabelo (actor), Julio Cesar Chavez (former world boxing champion), Damian Alcazar (actor), Ana de la Reguera (actress), Emmanuel (singer), Lila Downs (singer-songwriter) and Guillermo Arriaga (writer, producer and director of Mexican cinema).
Superhumanos: (Entertainment, 8x60 min.) Host Leo Tusam travels through Latin America seeking men and women with amazing abilities.
Miracle Rising: South Africa: (History, 1x120 min.) The epic story of South Africa’s political transformation that culminated in the first free and fair elections in April 1994.
Mankind The Story of All of Us: (History, 12x60 min.) From the producers of America The Story of Us comes an epic tale—the story of a superhero: us.
Don't Trust Andrew Mayne: (Ent., 13x30 min.) Andrew Mayne is a charming, deceitfully likeable trouble-maker and a brilliant illusionist. In each episode, he helps someone exact revenge on a friend or family member.
The Men Who Built America : (History, 8x60 min.) The United States of America wasn’t discovered; it was built. Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Astor, Ford and Morgan—these are the men who built it.
Dance Moms : (Ent., 82x60 min., 9x60 min. specials, 1x90 min. special, 1x120 min. special & 4x60 min. reunion specials) Presenting a powerful cast of characters, the show immerses itself in dance competition season, delivering a captivating and dramatic look at the cast’s intense pursuit of National Dance titles.
Barter Kings : (Real-life, 14x30 min.) Teams of entrepreneurs pursue items they want by trading items they currently own. Each episode follows two "trading strings" in this thriving subculture of cashless trading.
Mountain Men: (Real-life, 8x60 min.) Follows men from the Rocky Mountains to Alaska who live off the land as they race to obtain the sustenance needed to make it through the winter.
Your Bleeped Up Brain: (Science/nature, 4x60 min.) Unlocks the secrets of visual perception and the constant tricks and illusions it plays on our brains.
Barter Kings: The Game (w.t.): (Prime-time format, 30 min. eps.) Do you have what it takes to be the best trader? Find out with this brand-new competition show, based on the hit program Barter Kings.
Aussie Pickers: (Real-life character, 8x60 min.) Follows two of the most skilled pickers, Lucas Callaghan and Adam McDonald, as they hunt down objects with historical, collectible and pop culture value.
Pawn Stars UK: (Real-life character, 8x60 min.) The hit series Pawn Stars heads to the U.K., taking viewers inside the doors of a family-run pawnshop where expert pawn brokers buy and sell collectible, unusual or historically significant items.
7 Days of Sex: (Format, 8x60 min.) Each week, producers will follow a couple at a desperate crossroads who have agreed to take this challenge before giving up on their marriage altogether.
Milagros Decodificados: (Paranormal & unexplained, 8x60 min.) Witness the world of unexplained miracles. Corpses that don’t decay, people whose bodies bear the stigmata of Christ, and religious images that cry blood are just some of the stories featured in this series.
Contacto Extraterrestre: (Paranormal, 1x120 min.) Eyewitnesses, UFO experts, scientists, pilots, astronomers, physicists, anthropologists and air traffic controllers seek answers to unexplained phenomena.
Ride N' Seek: (Regional prod., 6x30 min.) This is a journey that showcases the great variety that there is in Malaysia and sets the stage for more motorbiking adventures through Asia.
Storage Wars: New York: (Real-life character, 6x30 min.) Embraces the unique flavors of the Big Apple to follow a brand-new group of storage locker hunters in a modern-day treasure hunt.
Bamazon: (Real-life character, 8x60 min.) Twelve of Alabama’s toughest men travel dangerously deep into the Amazon interior of Guyana in the most death-defying gold rush of all time.
Double Divas: (Ent., 14x30 min.) Offers an eye-opening peek into the world of intimate apparel at Atlanta’s renowned boutique LiviRae Lingerie.
Ring of Fire: (Movie, 1x120 min.) Grammy Award-nominee Jewel stars as legendary country artist June Carter Cash in a heartfelt telling of the singer’s life.
Big History: (History, 16x30 min. & 1x120 min.) Twenty years ago, a group of innovative teachers had a breakthrough idea: break down the artificial wall between science and history. The idea: use science to teach history, and use history to reveal science.
Modern Dads: (Real-life character, 9x30 min.) Follows a diverse group of stay-at-home dads balancing guy-life with dad-life in Austin, Texas.
Baby Sellers: (Movie, 1x120 min.) Kirstie Alley stars as Carla Hughes, an adoption agency owner who helps couples become parents. In actuality, Hughes is operating a black-market baby ring.
The Legend of Shelby the Swamp Man: (Real-life, 8x30 min. & 1x60 min.) Shelby Stanga is the breakout star of Ax Men, but there's more to Shelby than swamp logging. This series explores everything he's doing when he's not logging.
Psychic Tia: (Paranormal & unexplained, 8x30 min.) A paranormal real-life series featuring Tia, an over-the-top psychic/medium from the suburbs of New Jersey.
Hatfields & McCoys: White Lightning: (Real-life, 14x30 min. & 1x60 min.) Follows these infamous descendants as they try to put aside their hateful history and come together to build a new whisky business.
Pretty Wicked Moms: (Ent., 9x60 min.) A real-life series that follows the lives of two former "Mean Girls," as they outwit and out-scheme their frenemies in Atlanta.
Preachers’ Daughters: (Ent., 9x60 min.) A real-life series following the trials and tribulations of three teenage girls that are pastors' daughters.
The Haunting Of…: (Paranormal & unexplained, 16x60 min. & 1x60 min.) Features world-renowned psychic-medium Kim Russo as she gives an exclusive look at celebrities who have had their lives changed by paranormal events.
Hidden Cities: Extreme: (Real-life character, 14x30 min.) Actor and comedian Simon Yin hosts Hidden Cities: Extreme, jumping into extreme situations and adventures across Asia.
Flowers in the Attic: (Movies, 1x120 min.) Based on the international best-selling book, this is the story of four siblings forced to live in an attic by their grandmother and mother.
Viviendo con el Enemigo Latinoamérica: (Ent., 8x30 min.) Marriages in crisis, with their in-laws. Each episode shows a person in the midst of a battle between their parents and the person they married, desperate to put an end to the fights.
Petals on the Wind: (Movies, 1x120 min.) The second installment of V.C. Andrews' bestselling Flowers in the Attic series follows Chris and Cathy Dollanganger’s escape from the attic.
Kim of Queens: (Ent., 12x60 min.) Dance Moms meets My Fair Lady in this real-life series starring Georgia's most outspoken and outrageous beauty pageant coach, Kim Gravel.
World Wars: (Conflict, 6x60 min./3x120 min.) A look at the soldiers from WWI who became the leaders of WWII, including Churchill, DeGaulle, Patton, Tojo, Hitler, MacArthur, Mussolini and Roosevelt.
B.O.R.N. to Style: (Lifestyle, 10x60 min.) A lifestyle makeover series centered on a “fierce” foursome from New York, and their larger-than-life boss, Jonathan Bodrick.
Wahlburgers: (Ent., 8x30 min. & 1x60 min.) A look behind the scenes at Wahlburgers, a hamburger joint owned by the Wahlberg family, including brothers and Hollywood stars Mark and Donnie Wahlberg.
Miracles Decoded: (Paranormal & unexplained, 8x60 min.) New series about miracles and supernatural phenomena exploring the relationship between science and faith.
Bible Secrets Revealed: (Religion, 6x60 min.) The Bible is the world’s best-selling book and has been read and studied by billions. Yet, there are still so many mysteries and unanswered questions about the Bible: Who wrote it? How old is it? And is it accurate?