From hot debuts to returning hits, learn more about some of the programs that have customers tuning in—where they can see your business.
Coming in 2019, a new series from CMT. Racing Wives is an hour-long unscripted series that offers a glimpse inside the opulent world of the wives of top race car drivers including Kurt and Kyle Busch. Tune in to see how these superstars of the racing world live, and the women who live with them.
CNBC announced the network's latest investment in primetime. Beginning in May, a slate of new and returning originals focused on real estate will join the network's primetime lineup. The network has greenlit three new originals including "Listing Impossible," which follows superstar real estate agent Aaron Kirman and his team as they work to sell extravagant, multi-million dollar estates that have been languishing on the market; "Cash Pad" (working title), a home renovation series in which Bachelorette couple-turned-home flippers JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers transform ordinary homes and apartments into lucrative short-term rental properties; and "Five Day Business Flip" (working title), which features a husband-and-wife design duo who remodel small businesses by creating additional money-making operations for them and do it all in just five days.
Multiple award-winning journalist and practicing neurosurgeon, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, goes on an immersive journey around the globe in search of the secrets to living better in the new CNN Original Series, Chasing Life with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, debuting Saturday, April 13, at 9:00 pm (ET). The six-part docuseries takes Gupta to Japan, India, Bolivia, Norway, Italy and Turkey to explore the unusual traditions and modern practices that constitute a healthy and meaningful life.
Comedy Central announced the return of Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Corolla puppet prank show Crank Yankers (original run: 2002-2007), with a 20-episode order. “Crank Yankers has always been my favorite show to make. Nothing is more fun or makes me laugh harder than a great crank call and I am thrilled that Comedy Central asked us to do it again,” said Kimmel. “At this time, I would like to ask all Americans to disable their caller ID.”