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The Four

 THE FOUR begins where most competitions end: with the four finalists. Four super-talented and fiercely competitive singers, chosen from their auditions by the show’s panel of music industry experts, will try to defend their coveted spots on the stage, as they are challenged individually by new singers determined to replace them. Each week, if any of the four are outperformed, they’ll go home and their challengers will take their place.

 

https://www.fox.com/the-four-battle-for-stardom/

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Forged in Fire

Forged in Fire is back for another scorching season where highly-skilled bladed weapon makers go head-to-head in an elimination challenge to create some of history’s most iconic, edged weapons. Each week, four talented bladesmiths put their skills and reputations on the line to turn raw metal into classic bladed weapons under nearly impossible time constraints. In the first two rounds, four contestants face-off forging blades they hope can withstand the judges’ grueling tests. Only two bladesmiths continue on to the final round, where they head to their home forges to create a historic blade, which could be anything from a War Hammer to the legendary Cutlass Sword.

 

http://www.history.ca/forged-in-fire/

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Spotless

Spotless is the first physical game show where it isn’t how fast you complete the course, instead it’s all about keeping clean and pristine if you want to take home the cash.

Set against a backdrop of immaculate white rooms, two couples dressed in pristine white suits compete in fiendish wet paint-covered games where their mission is to remain absolutely spotless.

 

 

http://possessed.tv/shows/spotless/

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The Launch

Reinventing the music television series genre, The Launch debuts a new and unique format, documenting an authentic, behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to break a new artist and bring a song to life.

In each hour-long episode, a group of unsigned emerging artists are mentored in the creation of a new original song by a panel of internationally renowned hit makers and mentors – from discovery to stardom in just two days.

 

https://www.ctv.ca/thelaunch

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Top Chef Canada Season 6

Canada’s most prestigious culinary competition is back. This season we’re going coast, to coast, to coast, to find the next generation of chefs competing for the title of Canada’s Top Chef.

The epic sixth season introduces an impressive new generation of professional chefs who will prove their masterful skills in grueling challenges. Fighting for Canada’s most prestigious culinary title, chefs are rewarded for their skill and creativity in each Quickfire round. They will cook for their lives and fight to stay in the competition in the high-stakes Elimination Challenges, where one chef will be told to “pack their knives and go.”

 

 

http://www.foodnetwork.ca/shows/top-chef-canada/

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The Job Interview

New series “The Job Interview” takes an inside look at the world where the words you say, the clothes you wear, and even the expression on your face can mean the difference between success and failure. Each half-hour episode of this observational series brings viewers into the room as a real employer conducts real interviews with real candidates – only one of whom will land an offer.

 

https://www.cnbc.com/the-job-interview-about/

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Chopped Canada

Hosted by Brad Smith, in each episode, four chefs compete before an all-star rotating panel of three expert judges, including Mark McEwan, Lynn Crawford, Michael Smith, Susur Lee, Roger Mooking, John Higgins, Anne Yarymowich, Antonio Park, Massimo Capra, and Eden Grinshpan. Armed with skill and ingenuity, the chef competitors race against the clock to turn the mystery ingredients from their iconic baskets into an extraordinary three-course meal. Course-by -course, the judges decide which competitor will be “chopped” from the competition until only the winner remains.

 

http://www.foodnetwork.ca/shows/chopped-canada/

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First Dates

In each half-hour episode of First Dates, hopeful singles are filmed on their quest for love. The First Dates restaurant in downtown Vancouver is filled with real people on real first dates, while the ensuing drama is captured on over forty remote-controlled cameras. For some daters, there is an instant and very apparent attraction, but for others, it’s clear that there is never going to be a happy ending. Each date is a mini-drama that plays out in front of the cameras and drives towards a big pay off that keeps the audience hooked…Will any of these First Dates lead to a second?

 

http://www.slice.ca/first-dates/

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This is Highschool

THIS IS HIGH SCHOOL a six-part series that gives audiences unprecedented access into the world of today’s teenagers. Producers put 50 remote-controlled cameras in a typical secondary school – and let them run for eight weeks.

South Kamloops Secondary School, in Kamloops BC, has over 1,000 students, grades 8 through 12. During April and May of 2016, staff, teachers, students and their parents agreed to allow video recording of whatever happened inside classrooms, hallways and the offices of vice principals and counsellors.

It wasn’t long before students and adults forgot the cameras were rolling. Producers (in a control room trailer outside) got a candid — and often surprising — look at how teens really interact with friends and teachers. Stories began to emerge that touched upon many of the issues faced by adolescents growing up in a world saturated by social media: internet bullying, self image, fitting in, identity, anxiety attacks, anger management, the pressure to excel, the desire to drop out, autism, nerds, popular girls and 8th grade boys who can’t resist testing their boundaries.

The series looks at the incredible work from the tireless teaching staff and the lives of the students. School is more than just academics. It’s about preparing emerging adults to survive in an ever-changing world. The commitment and caring that many of these adults bring to their students’ lives is both inspiring — and heartwarming.

 

http://www.cbc.ca/thisishighschool/videos/about-this-is-high-school

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Big Brother Canada

Big Brother is a television reality game show based on the original Dutch TV series of the same name, created by producer John de Mol in 1997.[2]The show is titled Big Brother Canada to differentiate from the American version of the franchise, which airs in Canada during the summer. The series follows a group of contestants, known as HouseGuests, living together in a custom-built home under constant surveillance, while completely isolated from the outside world. The contestants are competing for a $100,000 grand prize, with weekly competitions and evictions determining who will win the show.[3][4] The series takes its name from the character in George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984). With a French version and the United States version having aired in the country, Canada officially received its own English version of the series in 2013. The show was met with commercial success, and has gone on to become a hit for its parent network.