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3. Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed (1997 TV Special)
60 min | Documentary
The following "big" secrets are revealed: Lady to a Tiger in a Cage, Levitating a Lady, Chinese Lantern (From Shadow to Flesh), Zig Zag Lady, Exploding Crate, Sawing a Lady in Half, Lady in a Sword Basket, Elephant Vanishing from a Cage.
5. Who Wants to Be a Superhero? (2006– )
Eleven hopefuls create their own superhero alter ego in a competition judged by comic book maestro Stan Lee; the winner will be immortalized in a new comic book to be created by Stan Lee himself and released by Dark Horse Comics.
6. World's Scariest Ghosts: Caught on Tape (2000 TV Movie)
42 min | Documentary
Everyone has heard ghost stories, but what if those stories were true? Hosted by James Coburn, this show investigates some modern ghost tales in which possible evidence of the supernatural ... See full summary »
8. Exposed! Pro Wrestling's Greatest Secrets (1998 TV Movie)
Go behind the scenes into the strange world of pro wrestling. Find out why these men are more than athletes, and more like actors. Revealed are the tricks of the trade and the secrets to putting on a good show.
10. Outback Jack (2004– )
60 min | Reality-TV, Romance
Australian all-round athlete Vadim "Outback Jack" Dale's hand in marriage is the amazing prize for a dozen spoiled US fashion-addicts. It must be won by following him on a long, arduous ... See full summary »
12. Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed 4 - Unmasking the Magician: The Final Reveal (1998 TV Special)
50 min | Reality-TV
The following "big" secrets are revealed: Escape from... 1) Car Crush, 2) Cremation, Spike Torture, Surviving a Guillotine, Buried Alive (and Rising from the Grave), Death Trap (Falling onto Flaming Spikes), the Magician's Identity.
13. World's Most Amazing Videos (1999– )
TV-14 | 45 min | Reality-TV
Another "reality-TV" program, compiling footage from a variety of sources, including news cameras, police cameras and home video footage. Clips typically involve people getting hurt and/or ... See full summary »
14. For Better or for Worse (2003–2005)
A bride and groom choose a group of friends and relatives to plan their wedding for them. The group is given a wedding planner, a $5000 budget and 7 days to create the perfect wedding for the couple, who has no say in any of the planning.
15. Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed 2 (1998 TV Special)
60 min | Documentary
The "big" secrets revealed: Crushing a Lady, Teleporting Lady, Tranced Lady of Steel, Walking Through a Wall, Animating a Suit of Armor, Shooting an Arrow Through a Lady, Switching Places ... See full summary »
23. Meet My Folks (2002–2003)
60 min | Comedy, Family, Reality-TV
Three bachelors spend three days with the possible "woman or man of their dreams" and her or his family in their home, with conversations and interaction intended to reveal the bachelors' character and intentions.
30. Wanna Come in? (2004–2005)
MTV's "Wanna Come In?" is a modern reality twist on the legendary play, "Cyrano De Bergerac". In the show, two geeks bump greasy heads with one another to win money for a hot date with two ... See full summary »
33. Clipaholics (2012– )
60 min | Reality-TV
Jason Alexander, of Seinfeld fame, narrates truTV's new comedy series Clipaholics. Each week, viewers are assaulted with the funniest, most outrageous video clips from around the world. ... See full summary »
34. Home Movies
Comedy | Announced
38. Rude Tube (2008 TV Movie)
60 min | Comedy
A fast-paced review of the video viral revolution; the pop culture phenomena that is changing the way we watch, and what we watch, making superstars out of nobodies and sharing the most ... See full summary »
44. Before They Were Stars (1996– )
As the title says, the series showed clips of now-famous performers before they became household names. Clips included Gillian Anderson reading poetry on community access cable, Tom Selleck... See full summary »
45. Fritz Pollard
Biography, Drama, Sport | Announced
A look at the life of Frederick Douglass "Fritz" Pollard, who in 1920 became the first African-American to play in the NFL.