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Winter 2019 reality TV schedule and guide

More than 50 reality shows will arrive on television to at the end of 2018 and beginning of 2019, from RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars to Celebrity Big Brother.

This reality show schedule is updated regularly and frequently with officially announced debut dates and time slots for new and returning reality TV shows that debut this winter (and beyond).

Times are ET/PT; because TV networks frequently change their schedules and also repeat episodes, make sure to check your guide or other TV listings.

For all the reality shows that premiered before Dec. 1, 2018, see the fall 2018 schedule. For shows premiering on March 1 and later, see the spring 2019 schedule.

Reality show descriptions in quotation marks indicates the text is from network press releases, the show’s website, or other official materials.

If you have any updates, additions, or corrections, please e-mail me. Thanks!


December | January | February


December 2018

  • Vanderpump Rules (Bravo, Dec. 3, Mondays at 9). Season seven “kicks off with the anticipated opening of TomTom”
  • Who Do You Think You Are? (TLC, Dec. 3, Mondays at 9). “four new episodes featuring celebrities—including Josh Duhamel, Mandy Moore, Matthew Morrison and Regina King—tracing their family history”
  • Maine Cabin Masters (DIY, Dec. 3, Mondays at 9). “Chase Morrill and his intrepid construction team salvage decaying rustic retreats”
  • Unanchored (Bravo, Dec. 3, Mondays and Tuesdays at 10). “nine best friends aboard a 56-foot catamaran for three weeks in the Bahamas”
  • Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox (Travel Channel, Dec. 4, Tuesdays at 8). “Megan Fox has an intrinsic thirst for knowledge and an insatiable curiosity for ancient mysteries and cultures. Now, she’s taking an extraordinary journey across the globe to re-examine some of the world’s most enduring legends and lore”
  • Paranormal Lockdown (Destination America, Dec. 4, Tuesdays at 9). Nick Groff and Katrina Weidman “spend an unprecedented 72 hours confined to the most haunted locations in search of groundbreaking evidence of the paranormal”
  • The Profit (CNBC, Dec. 4, Tuesdays at 10). Marcus Lemonis “goes on the hunt for struggling businesses that are desperate for cash and ripe for a deal”; one episode will be a “sequel” to The Casery episode.
  • Deal or No Deal (CNBC, Dec. 5 at 8, Wednesdays at 9). “contestants have to decide whether to accept an offer of cash from the mysterious entity known only as ‘the Banker,’ in exchange for what might be contained in the contestant’s chosen briefcase”
  • Border Live (Discovery, Dec. 5, Wednesdays at 9). “document[s] the work of law enforcement on the U.S.-Mexico border as well as the real lives, real moments and real stories of those that live and work along its remote stretches”
  • Fantomworks (MotorTrend Network, Dec. 5, Wednesdays at 9). “the series featuring the ever demanding Dan Short and his team of restoration experts returns for its fifth and final season”
  • The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition (ABC, Dec. 6, Thursdays at 9). Bakers “compete in holiday-themed challenges and eliminations, all hoping to be named America’s Best Amateur Baker”
  • Top Chef Kentucky (Bravo, Dec. 6, Thursdays at 9). “15 new talented chefs from cities big and small across the U.S. will compete for the sought-after title amid the unique culinary scenes in Louisville, Lexington and Lake Cumberland, before heading abroad for an epic finale showdown in Macau, China”
  • Botched (E!, Dec. 6, Thursdays at 10). “Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif will continue to change the lives of their patients as they come face to face with the most complicated reconstructive surgeries they’ve ever been challenged with”
  • Nailed It! Holiday (Netflix, Dec. 7). “home bakers with a terrible track record take a shot at recreating edible holiday masterpieces for a $10,000 prize. It’s part competition, part hot mess.”
  • Love After Lockup (WEtv, Dec. 7, Fridays at 9). “follows six couples who share the emotional journey of being united for the first time after years of supervised visits”
  • Homicide for the Holidays (Oxygen, Dec. 9 at 8, then Sundays at 7). “three horrific cases of holidays turned upside down”
  • Deadly Legacy (ID, Dec. 9, Sundays at 10). “40 years after [John Wayne] Gacy terrorized the streets of Chicago, Investigation Discovery is re-opening the case in an attempt to finally uncover the identities of eight remaining victims”
  • The Carbonaro Effect (truTV, Dec. 13, Thursdays at 10). “Michael Carbonaro performs ingenious tricks on unsuspecting people, all caught on hidden camera”
  • The Innocent Man (Netflix, Dec. 14) Based on this John Grisham book, the documentary series “focuses on two murders that shook the small town of Ada, Oklahoma, in the 1980s — and the controversial chain of events that followed”
  • The Fix (Netflix, Dec. 14). “the first comedy show in the world with the stated ambition to solve the world’s biggest problems”
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4 (VH1, Dec. 14, Fridays at 8). 10 Drag Race queens return to compete in “supersized, 90-minute episodes” with “more stunning fashions, killer lip-syncs, and jaw-dropping twists than ever before”
  • Terrace House: Opening New Doors (Netflix, Dec. 18). Season five of the show “documenting the daily lives of six young men and women living together in a shared house”
  • Ex On The Beach (MTV, Dec. 20, Thursdays at 8). “follows celebrity couples in Malibu Beach as they search for new love while being confronted by their past romances”
  • 7 Days Out (Netflix, Dec. 21). “captures the excitement and drama that play out behind the scenes in the days leading up to major live events like the Kentucky Derby”
  • The Casketters (Netflix, Dec. 21). “New Zealanders Francis Tipene and wife Kaiora have fun behind the scenes of the funerals they direct for local Māori and other Polynesian communities”
  • Instant Hotel (Netflix, Dec. 21). “Teams of Australian homeowners compete for the title of best Instant Hotel by staying overnight in each other’s rentals and rating their experience”
  • Extreme Love (WEtv, Dec. 28, Fridays at 10). “weird and wild tales of odd and unexpected relationships around the globe”
  • The Lake Erie Murders (ID, Dec. 30 at 9, then Sundays at 10). “a three-hour investigation into the 1989 kidnapping and murder of a 10-year-old girl,” followed by four episodes of “closed cases of young girls and women who were found murdered around the Great Lake” 

January 2019

  • Tidying Up with Marie Kondo (Netflix, Jan. 1). The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up author “Marie Kondo guides people who are at a crossroads to spark joy in their homes, transforming their lives in emotional and surprising ways”
  • Married at First Sight (Lifetime, Jan. 1, Tuesdays at 9). Eight “Philadelphia area singles who have agreed to a provocative proposal: getting legally married to a stranger the moment they first meet, at the altar”
  • I Am Jazz (TLC, Jan. 1, Tuesdays at 10, then Tuesdays at 9 starting Jan. 22). “viewers are there every step of the way as Jazz prepares for and experiences the biggest, most personal event of her life—gender confirmation surgery”
  • Bad Chad Customs (Discovery, Jan. 1, Tuesdays at 10). “chronicles this master builder [Chad Hiltz] and his tight-knit team who turn metal from the junkyards into award-winning cars”
  • Titan Games (NBC, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 8). Dwayne Johnson hosts a competition that “will offer everyday people the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to compete in remarkable feats designed to test mind, body and heart”
  • Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back (Fox, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 8). Gordon Ramsay has 24 hours to yell at people and  “bring failing restaurants back from the brink of disaster”
  • Love & Hip Hop: Miami (VH1, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 8). “This season’s newest additions ready to make their mark on Miami’s music scene include comedian and viral sensation Jessie Woo and underground rapper/song-writer Khaotic.”
  • My 600-lb Life (TLC, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 8). The “personal stories of individuals who hope to overcome crippling obesity and live better lives with the help of Dr. Younan Nowzaradan”
  • Moonshiners (Discovery, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 9). “the surviving moonshiners must join forces to fight for their way of life, before it’s gone forever”
  • Family by the Ton (TLC, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 10). “Dr. Charles Procter Jr, where he guides two separate families in their struggle to overcome obesity and inspire each other to lose weight”
  • MythBusters Jr. (Science, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 9). Adam “Savage has teamed-up with six of the nation’s leading young ‘makers’, robotics wizzes, builders, and inventors, all under the age of 16”
  • The Masked Singer (Fox, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 9). “features celebrities facing off against one another with one major twist: each singer is shrouded from head to toe in an elaborate costume, complete with full face mask to conceal his or her identity”
  • Project Runway All Stars (Lifetime, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 9). The final season is a competition between “winners from the Project Runway franchise from across the globe”
  • Guy’s Grocery Games (Food Network, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 9). The DDD Family Tournament “brings three DDD family duos to Flavortown to compete”; “[t]he winning team gets $10,000 and moves on to the finale for a shot at bragging rights, the trophy and an additional $20,000”
  • Black Ink Crew: Chicago (VH1, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 9). “as new artists emerge and familiar faces return, the crew strives to salvage the true identity of 9Mag”
  • American Beauty Star (Lifetime, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 10). “fourteen hair and makeup artists … compete in a series of intense challenges, from creating high-end editorial looks to the latest red carpet and runway-ready beauty trends”
  • Homestead Rescue (Discovery Channel, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 10). “Marty, Misty, and Matt Raney return to the most desperate homesteads across America to help those on the brink of failure learn to survive and thrive off the grid”
  • True Life/Now (MTV, Jan. 2, Wednesdays at 10). “stories of real people immersed in today’s biggest social phenomena ranging from celebrity fanaticism to photo filter addiction”
  • Surviving R. Kelly (Lifetime, Jan. 3, 4, and 5 at 9). “survivors and people from R. Kelly’s inner circle, are coming forward with new allegations about his sexual, mental, and physical abuse”
  • Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Bravo, Jan. 3, Thursdays at 9). “Powerhouse agents Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, Tracy Tutor, James Harris and David Parnes continue to navigate huge deals, huge homes and huge egos”
  • Racing Wives (CMT, Jan. 3, Thursdays at 9). “a glimpse inside the opulent world of the wives of top race car drivers including Kurt and Kyle Busch”
  • Flip or Flop Nashville (HGTV, Jan. 3, Thursdays at 9). “exes-turned-business-partners DeRon Jenkins and Page Turner … transform older Nashville properties into modern family homes”
  • Music City (CMT, Jan. 3, Thursdays at 10). “follows a group of young adults entering the next chapter of their lives while chasing dream of success, fame and romance in Nashville”
  • 60 Days In (A&E, Jan. 3, Thursdays at 10). Seven innocent people go to jail with the task of carrying out “specific missions”
  • Gold Rush: White Water (Discovery, Jan. 4, Fridays at 10). “The Dakota Boys are back for a second season—risking it all in a death-defying hunt for gold in the remote mountains of Southeast Alaska”
  • Say Yes to the Dress (TLC, Jan. 5, Saturdays at 8). The show goes inside the wedding-industrial complex, following people who try to find “their perfect wedding dress”
  • Worst Cooks in America (Food Network, Jan. 6, Sundays at 9). “Chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence are back in January to whip disastrous cooks into tip-top culinary shape”
  • America’s Got Talent: The Champions (NBC, Jan. 7, Mondays at 8). “some of the world’s best acts from the international Got Talent franchises … compete against one another in an Olympics-style ultimate celebration of worldwide creativity and talent”
  • The Bachelor (ABC, Jan. 7, Mondays at 8). Colton Underwood’s televised search for the end of his virginity. 
  • Antiques Roadshow (PBS, Jan. 7, Mondays at 8). “a groundbreaking season of incredible items appraised at settings that are treasures in their own right”
  • Kids Baking Championship (Food Network, Jan. 7, Mondays at 9). “A dozen new talented young bakers, ranging in age from 9 to 13, will be tested in difficult dessert challenges”
  • Cartel Crew (VH1, Jan. 7, Mondays at 9). “a deep look into the lives of eight descendants of the Cartel life as they navigate adulthood and the effects the legacy has had on their upbringing” as they try to “make a name for themselves outside of the drug world”
  • Winner Cake All (Food Network, Jan. 7, Mondays at 10). Giada De Laurentiis hosts as, in each episode, four teams of two are challenged “to create epic cakes”
  • Ellen’s Game of Games (NBC, Jan. 8, Tuesdays at 8). “supersized versions of the most popular and action-packed games from [Ellen’s] award-winning daytime talk show”
  • Finding Your Roots (PBS, Jan. 8, Tuesdays at 8). Henry Louis Gates, Jr. “uncover[s] the surprisingly ancestral stories of 28 cultural trailblazers with fascinating histories. Featuring Laura Linney, Michael Strahan, Sarah Silverman, Andy Samberg, Marisa Tomei, Tig Notaro, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio and more”
  • Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club (MTV, Jan. 8, Tuesdays at 8). “chronicles actress, influencer and entrepreneur Lindsay Lohan as she expands her business empire in Mykonos, Greece with the launch of her new club Lohan Beach House”
  • Garage Rehab (Discovery Channel, Jan. 8, Tuesdays at 8). Richard Rawlings “travels the country to find more shops in need of restoration”s
  • What On Earth? (Science Channel, Jan. 8, Tuesdays at 9). “employs state-of-art imaging technology, analysis from leading scientific experts, as well as old fashioned detective work to help solve these mysteries” of “strange and baffling” satellite images
  • How the Universe Works (Science Channel, Jan. 8, Tuesdays at 10). “astronomers and experts examine Neutron Stars, Supernovas, Interstellar Space, the Big Bang, and more”
  • Match Game (ABC, Jan. 9, Wednesdays at 10). The game show revival is back.
  • The Dictator’s Playbook (PBS, Jan. 9, Wednesdays at 10). “chronicles the rise and fall of six of the 20th century’s most infamous rulers”
  • The Rap Game (Lifetime, Jan. 10 at 9, then Thursdays at 10). “six young rappers who will have to freestyle, flow and rhyme their way to a life-changing prize—a recording contract with Dupri’s label, So So Def Recordings”
  • The First 48 Presents: Homicide Squad Atlanta (A&E, Jan. 10, Thursdays at 9). “follows homicide detectives from the Atlanta Police Department as they unravel the mysteries behind some of the city’s most gruesome and highly visible crimes”
  • Growing Up Hip Hop (WE tv, Jan. 10, Thursdays at 9). “hip hop’s hottest heirs serve their iconic parents a feast of scandal and betrayal; and dig into the mysterious death of one of hip hop’s royalty—Eazy E”
  • Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition (WE tv, Jan. 10, Thursdays at 10). “Five couples “undergo intense counseling and decide whether their relationship is worth saving or whether it’s time to part ways forever.”
  • Back with the Ex (Netflix, Jan. 11). “New beginnings or old baggage? Four singles have one chance to reignite romance with an ex—or leave the past behind for good”
  • Hanging With the Hendersons (Animal Planet, Jan. 11, Fridays at 9). follows “the Hendersons at Colorado’s Fox Hollow Animal Hospital, where an endearing family of vets has the treating and caring for animals”
  • The Incredible Dr. Pol (Nat Geo WILD, Jan. 12, Saturdays at 9). Dr. Pol “and his staff at Pol Veterinary Services wrangle animals and tackle tricky cases at their clinic in rural Michigan”
  • Love & Marriage: Huntsville (OWN, Jan. 12, Saturdays at 10). “follows the lives of three successful and powerful African American couples in the thriving city of Huntsville, Alabama who come together to help revitalize the region through their joint real estate venture – The Comeback Group”
  • Total Bellas (E!, Jan. 13, Sundays at 9). Nikki Bella “moves forward with her new life as a single woman and dips her toe back in the dating pool for the first time in almost a decade, allowing Brie to play matchmaker”
  • American Style (CNN, Jan. 13, Sundays at 9). “examines how America’s changing style through the decades has mirrored the political, social, and economic climate of the time”
  • Home Town (HGTV, Jan. 14, Mondays at 9). “Small town life in Laurel, Mississippi—from the bustling downtown to the idyllic tree-lined streets with beautiful old homes—inspires HGTV home renovation stars Ben and Erin Napier”
  • Lost Gold (Travel Channel, Jan. 14, Mondays at 10). “follows brothers Josh and Jesse Feldman as they seek out America’s most fabled missing treasures”
  • Made in Staten Island (MTV, Jan. 14, Mondays at 10). “follows eight Staten Islanders as they battle each other, and the odds, to step out from the shadows and change the reputation of the island”
  • Temptation Island (USA, Jan. 15, Tuesdays at 10). “follows four dating couples at a pivotal time in their relationship, where they must mutually decide if they are ready to commit to one another for the rest of their lives—or should go their separate ways”
  • In Pursuit Of with John Walsh (ID, Jan. 16, Wednesdays at 10). “John Walsh leads viewers through unsolved violent crimes that urgently need to be closed—where time is of the essence and harnessing the power of ID’s active and engaged audience could bring these criminals to justice”
  • Lip Sync Battle (Paramount Network, Jan. 17, Thursdays at 9). Season five includes battles with “Queer Eye’s Fab 5 (Tan France, Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown and Jonathan Van Ness), Andy Roddick, Brooklyn Decker, Darren Criss, Big Bird, and Vanessa Morgan”
  • Bring It! (Lifetime, Jan. 17, Thursdays at 9). Boys “will be dancing alongside the team and this new addition creates chaos” 
  • Backyard Envy (Bravo, Jan. 17, Thursdays at 10). A “set of best friends and business partners reimagine outdoor spaces and help their clients turn the ordinary into the extraordinary”
  • Trigger Warning with Killer Mike (Netflix, Jan. 18) “rapper and activist Killer Mike puts his revolutionary ideas about achieving social change into action”
  • The Grand Tour (Amazon, Jan. 18, Fridays). Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May “have filmed around the world, causing more chaos than ever before as they travel through tricky terrains in Colombia, Mongolia, China, Detroit and London’s Stansted Airport”
  • Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt for Justice (Oxygen, Jan. 19, Saturdays at 7). “follows an active private investigation” into “the country’s most notorious string of mysterious, accidental drownings [which may not be] accidents, but homicides”
  • Mark of a Killer (Oxygen, Jan. 20, Sundays at 7). “examines the disturbing behaviors of serial killers” with “first-hand accounts from detectives who worked on the cases, interviews with criminal psychology experts and with family members and friends of the victims”
  • Sister Wives (TLC, Jan. 20, Sundays at 8). Season eight “will follow Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn Brown as their family confronts new challenges, old wounds and the end of an era”
  • Seeking Sister Wife (TLC, Jan. 20, Sundays at 10). “an intimate look at the ups and downs of starting or expanding a plural marriage”
  • Big Brother: Celebrity Edition (CBS, Jan. 21, various dates and times). “a group of celebrities live together in the Big Brother house outfitted with 94 HD cameras and 113 microphones, recording their every move 24 hours a day”
  • American Pickers (History, Jan. 21, Mondays at 9). Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz “scour the country for hidden gems in junkyards, basements, garages and barns, meeting quirky characters and hearing their amazing stories”
  • Pawn Stars (History, Jan. 21, Mondays at 9). “At the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop on the outskirts of Las Vegas, three generations of the Harrison family–grandfather Richard, son Rick and grandson Corey–jointly run the family business”
  • Dating #NoFilter (E!, Jan. 21, Mondays through Thursdays at 10:30). “three pairs of outspoken comedians will serve up play-by-plays as they follow real singles on the most outrageous, intimate, and surprising first dates”
  • Siesta Key (MTV, Jan. 22, Tuesdays at 9). “the cast picks up where they left off, confronting issues of love, heartbreak and volatile friendships”
  • Food Truck Nation (Cooking Channel, Jan. 22, Tuesdays at 9). “Chef and food truck aficionado Brad Miller takes viewers on a journey to find the latest and greatest food trucks”
  • Random Acts (BYUtv, Jan. 22, Tuesdays at 9). “highlights the altruistic nature of human beings by featuring real people who are the recipients of random acts of kindness”
  • The Kindness Diaries (BYUtv, Jan. 22, Tuesdays at 9:30). “Follow eternal optimist, passionate adventurer and former broker Leon Logothetis as he travels across the globe in a search for kindness”
  • The Many Sides of Jane (A&E, Jan. 22, Tuesdays at 10). “will explore what life is really like for one young woman living with Dissociative Identity Disorder”
  • Drop the Mic (TNT, Jan. 23, Wednesdays at 10, repeats Thursdays at 10 on TBS). “features celebrities from entertainment, music, sports and pop culture against each other in a jaw-dropping rap battle”
  • Knight Fight (History, Jan. 23, Wednesdays at 10). “Each episode will feature six fighters who will customize era-specific armor and weaponry and engage in a series of full-contact battles to see who has the skill and the strength to win”
  • Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (Netflix, Jan. 24). “focuses on a man whose personality, good looks and social graces defied the serial-killer stereotype, allowing him to hide in plain sight as he committed the brutal sex-crime slayings of more than 30 women”
  • Crazy Cakes (Cooking Channel, Jan. 25, Fridays at 9). “takes viewers behind the scenes at bakeries across America that are creating the craziest cakes imaginable”
  • Philly Revival (DIY, Jan. 26, Saturdays at 9). “General contractor, real estate agent, designer and former opera singer Rachel Street resuscitates Philadelphia’s historic homes”
  • The Circus (Showtime, Jan. 27, Sundays at 8). John Heilemann, Mark McKinnon, and Alex Wagner “venture behind the scenes in Washington and beyond”
  • Fatal Attraction (TV One, Jan. 28, Mondays at 9). “delves into real-life stories of criminal acts committed under the guise of love and the tragic consequences that turn deadly”
  • For My Man (TV One, Jan. 28, Mondays at 10). “shocking stories of women who have been arrested for a crime they committed in the name of love”
  • Swamp People (History, Jan. 31, Thursdays at 9). “descendants of moonshiners, immigrant railroad workers and early settlers … set out to make a living and preserve their way of life” 
  • Truck Night in America (History, Jan. 31, Thursdays at 10). “truck owners from across the United States compete in grueling challenges that test their ingenuity and driving ability”

February 2019

  • The World’s Best (CBS, Feb. 3 after the Super Bowl, then Wednesdays at 8, then Wednesdays at 9 starting Feb. 20). “global talent competition that features acts from every genre imaginable, from every corner of the planet” who “will not only have to impress the American judges, but will also need to impress the ‘wall of the world,’ featuring 50 experts from around the world”
  • Elvis Goes There (EPIX, Feb. 4, Mondays at 10). “follows renowned journalist Elvis Mitchell as he travels with A-list filmmakers and actors to places of inspiration around the world”
  • My Great Big Live Wedding with David Tutera (Lifetime, Feb. 5, Tuesdays at 10). “Every week, one new couple will share their emotional and heart-warming story LIVE from a different city across the country”
  • Welcome Home (BYUtv, Feb. 5, Tuesdays at 10). “Treger and Rob Strasberg and their team of designers and volunteers furnish and decorate modest living spaces for struggling families coming out of homelessness and abuse shelters”
  • The Challenge: War of the Worlds (MTV, Feb. 6, Wednesdays at 9). “Thirty-four competitors from around the globe will battle their way through the most grueling, physical and mental challenges for their share of the $1 million prize”
  • World’s Most Amazing Dog (Facebook, Feb. 7). “an interactive competition series” hosted by Preacher Lawson and judged by Lisa Vanderpump and George Lopez
  • ¡Nailed It! Mexico (Netflix, Feb. 8) “home bakers in Mexico with a terrible track record take a shot at recreating edible masterpieces for a $10,000 prize. It’s part competition, part hot mess.”
  • Deadly Cults (Oxygen, Feb. 10, Sundays at 8). “explore[s] unhinged murder cases where investigators uncover and expose the dark world of cults that kill”
  • America’s Lost Vikings (Science, Feb. 10, Sundays at 10). “archaeologists and explorers Blue Nelson and Mike Arbuthnot will embark on their biggest ever adventure – to find out how far the Vikings explored into America”
  • Ride with Norman Reedus (AMC, Feb. 10, Sundays at midnight). “The Walking Dead star and motorcycle enthusiast … hits the open road to explore different cultures and experience the best scenery, food, nature, and local activities in the United States and around the world”
  • Counting On (TLC, Feb. 11, Mondays at 9). “The Duggars, Seewalds and Vuolos are at it again with major news and big adjustments”
  • The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (Bravo, Feb. 12, Tuesdays at 10). “Erika Girardi, Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, and Lisa Vanderpump are joined by new housewife Denise Richards and friend Camille Grammer for a jaw-dropping season”
  • American Chopper (Discovery, Feb. 12, Tuesdays at 10). “Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr., return to TV again, “creating one-of-a-kind choppers via their renowned bike brands, Orange County Choppers and Paul Jr. Designs”
  • Paranormal Caught on Camera (Travel Channel, Feb. 13, Wednesdays at 10). “a panel of experts breaks down the footage and analyzes what exactly the eyewitnesses captured”
  • Dating Around (Netflix, Feb. 14). “Every episode, one single goes on five first dates filled with flirty banter, awkward exchanges and moments of true connection”
  • The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook (Ovation, Feb. 14, Thursdays at 10). “Sam Neill journeys to the largest ocean in the world 250 years after the historic Captain James Cook began his epic exploration”
  • Lorena (Amazon, Feb. 15). “reveals the hidden truths in the notorious case of John Wayne and Lorena Bobbitt and challenges the long-held narrative that surrounded this event”
  • Cold Justice (Oxygen, Feb. 16, Saturdays at 6). “follows veteran prosecutor Kelly Siegler and her rotating team of seasoned detectives … as they travel to small towns to dig into unsolved homicide cases that have lingered for years without answers or justice for the victims”
  • Don’t Be Tardy… (Bravo, Feb. 17 at 9, then Fridays at 9). “The Biermann band is back and busier than ever”
  • Survivor Edge of Extinction (CBS, Feb. 20, Wednesdays at 8). Season 38 of the reality competition.
  • Game of Clones (MTV, Feb. 21, Thursdays at 9). “reality stars are given the opportunity to date seven clones of their celebrity crush”
  • Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry (E!, Feb. 21, Thursdays at 10). Tyler gives “astounding readings of superstars looking for advice, connection, healing, and closure,” plus bullshit.
  • Chef’s Table (Netflix, Feb. 22). Season six of the beautifully filmed series that profiles chefs.
  • American Ninja Warrior Junior (Universal Kids, Feb. 23, Saturdays at 7). “Junior Ninjas from across the U.S. facing off on head to head courses in three age brackets: 9 & 10, 11 & 12, and 13 & 14-year-old girls and boys”
  • Ghost Adventures (Travel Channel, Feb. 23, Saturdays at 9). “Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin, along with A/V techs Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley, travel to a different haunted destination where they meet with locals, eyewitnesses and experts in an attempt to piece together the haunted history”
  • Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER (NatGeo WILD, Feb. 24, Sundays at 9). Follows Dr. Susan Kelleher, who “owns and operates one of the biggest exotic animal care practices in south Florida”
  • The Voice (NBC, Feb. 25, Mondays at 8; Feb. 26 and March 5 at 8; then Tuesdays at 8 starting April 23). “John Legend joins returning superstar coaches Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton for season 16”
  • In Ice Cold Blood (Oxygen, Feb. 25, Mondays at 8). Ice-T hosts episodes that each explore “a shocking mystery characterized by expert detective work, unforeseen twists and jaw-dropping discoveries”
  • Haunted Hospitals (Travel Channel, Feb. 25, Mondays at 10). “tells chilling tales of paranormal activity inside hospitals, nursing homes, morgues and medical institutions”
  • World of Dance (NBC, Feb. 26 at 9, then Sundays at 8). Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, and Ne-Yo judge season three of the dance competition, now hosted by Scott Evans
  • Mexican Dynasties (Bravo, Feb. 26, Tuesdays at 10). “Three family dynasties  … offer a glimpse into the multilayered, complex culture found in Mexico”
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1, Feb. 28, Thursdays at 9). Season 11 of the drag queen competition, which will have “all 90-minute episodes followed by RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked after show at 10:30”

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