Women give birth in the wilderness, unassisted by doctors or medicine or any of the comforts of modern life. The show's premise (inspired by a rather NSFW youtube video, pictured here) drummed up plenty of controversy, and it has yet to premiere on Lifetime. The real question: Will anyone watch? If a woman gives birth in the forest, and no one is around to hear, does she make a sound? We don't know. We're drunk.
The title really says everything you need to know about this TLC show, doesn't it?
A treehouse designer designs and builds treehouses for people who want treehouses. Yes, hello, Discovery Channel? Where do we sign up for this show?
What would you do if all of your friends captured you, blindfolded you, and took you to an unknown, remote location for you to fend for yourself? That's the question sort of posed by this Discovery Channel show, which pits a bunch of friendly survivalists against each other in the most terrifying game we've ever heard of. Dude, YOU NEED NEW FRIENDS.
A group of car and welding geniuses transform people's trash and treasures into one-of-a-kind cars on this Discovery Channel show.
Two strangers, completely naked, left in the woods to fend for themselves. Is it porn, a horror movie, or a Discovery Channel show? You be the judge!
We bet you had no idea there was such a thing as competitive arm wrestling, but this AMC show is here to change that, and to take advantage of the opportunity to make a show that you could possibly mistake for Game of Thrones if you weren't paying very close attention to your channel guide.
And here we have the Discovery Channel show, which premiered its Game of Thrones fakeout just three days after AMC premiered Game of Arms. In this series, a guy looks for cool rocks in scary places.
The moral of this National Geographic Channel show always is: Never try to smuggle drugs. Ever.
No, it's not a Glee battle between "Klaine" and "Brittana" fans. This A&E show follows the truckers who bid for the chance to move "unshippable" items.
Have you ever lost your luggage? Well, it could be famous and you don't even know! The Travel Channel takes a look at the profitable business of buying and reselling unclaimed property.
You know you've always wanted to bundle up and ship out for the chilly North Atlantic to mine gold off of the ocean floor, but this Discovery Channel show is here to show you why you shouldn't.
Think moonshine ended with the Prohibition? Not exactly. Discovery Channel looks into the lives of Appalachia "shiners."
What would you do if the world was going to end? These guys, featured on the Discovery Channel, have a plan in place.
Remember TLC's Breaking Amish? This is the very, very necessary sequel.
Is a pawn shop in Detroit like all the others? We know you're dying to know (you aren't). But you could watch this TruTV show anyway just because it has a badass title.