Documentary Review: Deadliest Catch, Bering Sea Gold

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#100: Bering Sea Gold (2012-present) From the creators of the popular Discovery Channel series Deadliest Catch, Bering Sea Gold follows a group of "dredgers," those people who search for gold and other profitable minerals in shallow waters. Along with the tough lifestyle and voyages, the average water temperature in the Bering Sea is 34 degrees and max temperatures reach only 68 degrees, adding to an already very tough reality. #99: Ripley 's Believe It Or Not! (1999-2003) A popular American franchise, as a reality documentary show it reported on topics very unusual, surprising and/or spectacular, such as inventions, stunts, records, freak creatures and accidents. For its timeslot, the series was at the time the top-rated program among…show more content…
Highlights of the show included Bam ironing pictures of hamburgers onto all of his dad’s clothes, building a firepole in his home in the middle of the night and turning his house into a skate park. #91: Are You the One? (2014-present) The lovechild of reality shows The Bachelor and Real World, MTV’s Are You the One chronicles 10 women and 10 men as they try to seek out love during a 10-week stay at a house in Hawaii. Along the way, couples go into a “truth booth” to find out if they are a "perfect match" or "no match" at all. If they succeed in matching, the entire group shares a prize of up to $1 million, because money can be the best of matchmakers. #90: Overhaulin’ (2004-present) The show follows automobile designers Chip Foose and Chris Jacobs, who pick an unknowing car owner to get their vehicle “overhauled,” then spend a week completely redesigning that person’s old and tired antique car. Although it ran for five seasons on TLC, the show went on a four-year hiatus until it came back in 2012, only now airing on Discovery, where the show has remained since. #89: Tanked
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