11 New Reality TV Shows You Don't Want to Miss

Gregory E. Miller
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Getting Real With TV

If you need a reality TV fix that doesn't revolve around final roses or surviving the wild, tune into these new shows. You'll find something to suit your every taste: epic eaters and exercisers, ambitious art dealers and faith healers, pint-sized designers and glamorous go-getters well-versed in music and makeovers. Check out our recommendations for new behind-the-scenes and competitive series.

Sweat Inc.

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Sweat, Inc.

The Biggest Loser's Jillian Michaels channels her energy into a new reality competition. The Shark Tank-esque Sweat Inc. sees Michaels evaluating the business plans of 27 entrepreneurs who believe they can create the next big exercise trend. The winner gets $100,000 and the chance to see their program at Retro Fitness gyms. Read more: Sweat, Inc.

Sweat Inc., premieres Tuesday, Oct. 20, 10/9c, Spike

Hellevator

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Hellevator

Contestants are in for a scary ride when they take the down elevator of an abandoned slaughterhouse to different floors filled with chilling challenges. The contestant who's able to complete—and stomach—all the tasks to make it to the first floor wins $50,000. Get ready for a scream. Read more: Hellevator

Hellevator, premieres Wednesday, Oct. 21, 8/7c, GSN

Rich in Faith

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Rich in Faith

When you're the pastor who married Kanye and Kim, the world takes notice. And Rich Wilkerson, Jr. is ready for his close-up in a new series that will follow his life as he launches a nondenominational church in Miami. Will Kimye make an appearance? We'll have a little faith. Read more: Rich in Faith

Rich in Faith, premieres Wednesday, Dec. 2, 10/9c, Oxygen

Gabriel Iglesias, Fluffy Breaks Even

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Fluffy Breaks Even

Heavyweight comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias pulls back the curtain on what it’s really like to tour on the stand-up circuit. Along the way, you’ll see the comic working on keeping the pounds off, while keeping the jokes flowing.

Fluffy Breaks Even, premiered Oct. 1, 10/9c, Fuse

Love At First Swipe, Clinton Kelly

TLC

Love at First Swipe

The Tinder generation gets the dating show it deserves as What Not to Wear’s Clinton Kelly styles the lost and the lovelorn for more desirable online profiles. Stacy London sits this one out, but Kelly gets an assist from “online dating guru” Devyn Simone.

Love at First Swipe, premiered Oct. 2, 9/8c, TLC

The Jacksons: Next Generation

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The Jacksons: Next Generation

You know all about the Jackson 5, but now meet 3T, the music group composed of Tito Jackson’s sons, Taj, Taryll and TJ. The series splits time between their music career and their chaotic home lives.

The Jacksons: New Generation, premiered Oct. 2, 10/9c, Lifetime

Art Breakers, Miller Gaffney, Carol Lee Brosseau

Ovation

Art Breakers

Step inside the world of high-end art collecting in a series that follows two young art advisers and their loaded—but eccentric!—clients. If you think art is stuffy, allow Miller Gaffney and Carole Lee Brosseau to change your mind.

Art Breakers, premiered Oct. 4, 8/7c, Ovation

50/50

Travel Channel

50/50

Random couples on the street are surprised with an offer of a 50-hour trip worth $50,000. The catch? They have must agree to embark on the adventure immediately. But it’ll be worth it when they discover they’ll be able to choose between extravagant options like exploring the islands of the Philippines or Nicaragua.

50/50, premiered Oct. 4, 7/6c, Travel Channel

I Love Kelly Pickler

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I Love Kellie Pickler

The American Idol and Dancing With the Stars vet invites us into her cornfed private life. The sitcom-esque series features tons of Kellie-isms, like when she suggests the best way to get out of a ticket is to flash the police officer.

I Love Kellie Pickler, premieres Nov. 5, 10/9c, CMT

Project Runway Junior

Lifetime

Project Runway Junior

Tim Gunn, Kelly Osbourne and Christian Siriano help designers ages 13 to 17 “make it work” on this fashion-forward spinoff. Guest stars for the season will include teen-favorite Bella Thorne and everyone's favorite Michelle Obama. Read more: Project Runway

Project Runway Junior, premieres Nov. 12, 9/8c, Lifetime

Master P's Family Empire

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Master P’s Family Empire

When music mogul Master P isn’t busy running the world, he’s trying to keep his five kids in check. Discover how the man who’s sold more than 75 million records manages the work and home balance

Master P's Family Empire, premieres Nov. 28, 8/7c, Reelz

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