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Restaurant: Impossible is an American reality television program aired by the Food Network. It is jointly produced by Marc Summers and Shooters TV and stars British chef and restaurateur Robert Irvine, and premiered on January 19, 2011.
In each episode, Chef Robert Irvine is given the “mission” of making the impossible possible by renovating a failing restaurant in two days on a $10,000 budget. Irvine is assisted by HGTV designers Taniya Nayak, Vanessa De Leon, Krista Watterworth, Cheryl Torrenueva, Yvette Irene, Nicole Faccuito, or Lynn Keagan along with general contractor Tom Bury. After assessing the problems with the restaurant, Robert Irvine typically creates a plan for the new decor, oversees the cleaning of the restaurant, reduces the size of the menu and improves the food, develops a promotional activity, educates the restaurant’s owners, or trains the staff as needed by each restaurant.
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The series’ sixth season began airing in April 2013.
Gordon Ramsay drives to struggling restaurants across the country in his state-of-the-art mobile kitchen and command center, Hell On Wheels, and tries to bring them back from the brink of disaster – all in just 24 hours.
David Ortiz, the one and only Big Papi, has jacked his last mammoth home run into the Fenway stands. He retired after the 2016 season as one of the most decorated and best-loved players in Red Sox history. Of course, if you know anything about Big Papi, you know the man isn’t about to rest on his laurels. He’s already going out of his mind—and he’s driving his family nuts too! They all agree on one thing—this man was not built for a retirement made up of “puttering” around the house. He needs to find himself some gainful employment—and fast! Watch Big Papi as he seeks out new jobs and opportunities with hilarious and surprising results.
The new series follows young, hopeful romantics as they embark on a journey to break away from their computer screens and finally meet face-to-face with the person they have been virtually dating. Aside from getting up-close and personal with their special someone, the couple will also break down barriers by being introduced to their significant other’s friends and family. Will this drastically change their dynamic for the worse or take their bond to new heights? In the end, the couple will determine the answer to the most difficult online dating question of all – would you move across the country to be in a real-life relationship with the person you love?
Think the days of bootleggers, backwoods stills and “white lightning” are over? Not a chance! It’s a multi-million dollar industry. But perhaps more importantly to the moonshiners, it’s a tradition dating back hundreds of years, passed down to them from their forefathers. It’s part of their history and culture. While this practice is surprisingly alive and well, it’s not always legal. Moonshiners tells the story of those who brew their shine – often in the woods near their homes using camouflaged equipment – and the local authorities who try to keep them honest. Viewers will witness practices rarely, if ever, seen on television including the sacred rite of passage for a moonshiner – firing up the still for the first time. They will also meet legends, including notorious moonshiner Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton.
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“The first sports-based reality series” in television history presents viewers with an inside look at NFL training camps. From the top coaches to the rookies trying to make the team, Hard Knocks will showcase what it takes to be in the NFL.
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Luxury. Style. Drama. Jet-Setting. Fun-employed. Fashion. Welcome to the lives of the most elite young socialites and stars of E!’s “#RichKids of Beverly Hills”. The series follows the extravagant lifestyles of an exclusive clique of friends who have gained internet celebrity by documenting their fabuluxe daily happenings on social media. Morgan Stewart, Dorothy Wang, Roxy Sowlaty, Brendan Fitzpatrick and Jonny Drubel round out the dramatic but fun-loving children of some of the wealthiest billionaire and millionaire moguls who are welcoming E! cameras into their VIP world.