The creative process behind the illusions and demonstrations from conception to execution. It is centered on stunts and street magic acts by Criss Angel.

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Criss Angel BeLIEve is a show that aired on the Spike TV Network. It debuted in October 8, 2013 and is stylized much like Angel's previous show Mindfreak that aired on A&E Network. The show gives viewers unprecedented access into Angel's "Think Tank" and shows the creative process behind the illusions and demonstrations from conception to execution. It is centered on stunts and street magic acts by magician Criss Angel. Written by Anonymous

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I Believe I love it already!
28 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It may have only been on the air a few weeks thus far but I can already tell this is going to be one of my favorite programs of the season. I was drawn in instantly from the moment the first episode started and fully engrossed in it to the end. The illusions and demonstrations that Criss performs are spectacular. Even when you KNOW there has to be some trick behind it, it's still pretty amazing. It's obviously not the exact replica of Mindfreak just under a different name, but it's just as entertaining and intriguing. There's something about Believe that sets it apart from other programs of its kind, but that's what makes it so amazing.

In every episode thus far, there has been a "magic reveal" in which Criss performs a particular illusion and then shows the audience precisely how it's done. The street magic is still as prevalent as always in addition to the big end illusion. If you were a fan of Mindfreak, then you will love Believe, the Criss Angel that was on Mindfreak is back on Believe just as crazy and enthralling as ever. He has not softened up over the years and still performs the illustrious, death defying stunts he is so well known for. He's already performed the blind walk, taking place 60ft in the air, walking from one beam to another BLINDFOLDED and the bullet catch, in which Criss was to catch a speeding bullet, a trick in which was previously attempted by 12 others and resulted in the death of all of them. It's pretty safe to say that Criss is the same as he's always been. Even though he has a crappy haircut(we have all had at least one crappy haircut in our lives, right?)he's still just as charming.

Whether you're an avid Criss Angel fan, avid magic fan, or just searching for enjoyable entertainment, Believe is a must see and you should certainly consider tuning in. Believe is one of those shows that I look forward to all week and it has yet to disappoint me. I love how the series shows the materials used in each of the big demonstrations. Fingers crossed that this series does well enough to be renewed for another season, I really want to see more of Believe television series. 10/10 from me!

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