Reality Shows

Buy Me

Buy Me

Buy Me follows the behind-the-scenes drama of real people trying to sell their homes in North America.
29 Episodes
Beyond
The Stagers

The Stagers

Follow Canada's home stagers - transforming drab homes that just won't sell into luxurious living spaces that have the potential to spark all-out bidding wars.
26 Episodes
Beyond
Great Crimes and Trials

Great Crimes and Trials

Discover the extraordinary stories behind the greatest crimes and trials in recent memory. The true stories have been carefully researched and reconstructed with actual archival footage of cases that have become almost legendary in the annals of crime and forensics.
26 Episodes
Via Vision
Tough Nuts

Tough Nuts

This explosive series blows the lid off Australia's criminal underworld and reveals the real story behind what made and shaped the most notorious figures in Australian criminal history.
16 Episodes
The Full Box
All For One with Debbie Travis

All For One with Debbie Travis

Canada's beloved home renovating icon and best-selling author Debbie Travis travels across the country attempting to bring communities together.
7 Episodes
Beyond
Graveyard Carz

Graveyard Carz

Join Mark Worman and his crew of manic mechanics, as they fight to restore some of the rarest and most valuable muscle cars ever to grace American asphalt.
6 Episodes
Via Vision
Virgins Wanted

Virgins Wanted

Virgins Wanted is an observational documentary that follows one man and one woman as they seek to auction their first sexual experience.
6 Episodes
ABC
Miracles

Miracles

Miracles is a series of epic tales of survival. Each episode features a remarkable and intriguing story of someone's fight against the elements, against time and their battle against death.
2 Episodes
ABC

Reality Episodes

Power Plant Has SKI SLOPE On Its Roof

Power Plant Has SKI SLOPE On Its Roof

This power plant has an artificial ski slope on its roof.
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Marijuana May Accelerate the Growth of Cancer, Study Says

Marijuana May Accelerate the Growth of Cancer, Study Says

A new study conducted at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine has found that daily marijuana use can be deadly.
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Denmark is the Best Country to Raise a Child, Says Report

Denmark is the Best Country to Raise a Child, Says Report

Sweden and Norway came in second and third, respectively, according to the latest 'Best Countries Report'.
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American Wine Consumption Drops for First Time in 25 Years

American Wine Consumption Drops for First Time in 25 Years

A new report from industry group IWSR highlighted the decline.
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The Last Decade Was the Warmest on Record

The Last Decade Was the Warmest on Record

2019 was the world’s second hottest year, coming in after 2016.
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'Smart' Contact Lens Prototype Has Built-In Display Screen

'Smart' Contact Lens Prototype Has Built-In Display Screen

Mojo Vision announced its plan for Mojo Lens, the "first true smart contact lens".
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Japan's Super Nintendo World Theme Park to Open This Summer

Japan's Super Nintendo World Theme Park to Open This Summer

It will be located in the city of Osaka.
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The Animals Getting Harmed By Australia Bushfires

The Animals Getting Harmed By Australia Bushfires

Australia is suffering one of its worst bushfire seasons in history
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See If You Can Read These Cats' Facial Expressions!

See If You Can Read These Cats' Facial Expressions!

Try your skills in our first quiz video!
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Smart Vertical Farming System Allows Users To Maintain Crops From Anywhere

Smart Vertical Farming System Allows Users To Maintain Crops From Anywhere

This futuristic looking cube is a smart vertical farming system that allows users to maintain crops at any time and from anywhere.
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Tinder, Grindr Apps Spread Personal Details, Says Study

Tinder, Grindr Apps Spread Personal Details, Says Study

Conducted by a government-funded non-profit in Oslo, Norway, the report was released on Tuesday.
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'Assassin's Creed Ragnarok' Details Have Leaked

'Assassin's Creed Ragnarok' Details Have Leaked

While not confirmed by Ubisoft, 'Ragnarok' will be the next 'AC' title, if recent Amazon and GameStop listings are to be believed.
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Virginia Becomes 38th State to Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment

Virginia Becomes 38th State to Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment

On Jan. 15, the Virginia House and Senate passed the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) with support from both Democrats and Republicans.
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Earth's Oldest Solid Material Has Been Discovered

Earth's Oldest Solid Material Has Been Discovered

Scientists say it is stardust from a meteorite found in Australia half a century ago.
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Ocean Temperatures Hit Record Highs

Ocean Temperatures Hit Record Highs

Conducted by several teams of scientists, the analysis of the world's oceans was published in journal 'Advances In Atmospheric Sciences'.
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Instagram Brings Direct Messaging to the Web

Instagram Brings Direct Messaging to the Web

A "small percentage" of users will be able to access their DMs through the company's website starting Tuesday.
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Amazon Ends FedEx Delivery Ban for Third-Party Sellers

Amazon Ends FedEx Delivery Ban for Third-Party Sellers

The e-commerce giant suspended operations with the mail delivery service last month.
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Amazon to Invest $1 Billion in India's Businesses

Amazon to Invest $1 Billion in India's Businesses

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Amit Agarwal, the head of Amazon India, recently announced the company's intent to invest in India's operations.
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Popeyes to Give $10,000 to Woman Who Lost ‘Family Feud’

Popeyes to Give $10,000 to Woman Who Lost ‘Family Feud’

Eve Dubois, a contestant on ‘Family Feud Canada’ incorrectly answered a final question during the show’s sudden death round.
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Russian Government Resigns as Putin Proposes Power Extension

Russian Government Resigns as Putin Proposes Power Extension

The extraordinary resignation of the entire Russian government was announced by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday.
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The Kreisel Brothers electrify the world

The Kreisel Brothers electrify the world

How three Austrians started building EVs in their garage and became global e-mobility leaders with their lightweight and efficient battery designs. Their clients include Mercedes-Benz, Audi - and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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Deutsche Welle
Car Lovers: Vaishali, Ronny and the Nissan Leaf

Car Lovers: Vaishali, Ronny and the Nissan Leaf

Vaishali is an Indian motor journalist, Ronny is the world parallel parking champion. Together they take the Nissan Leaf for a spin on a racetrack and cruise round the site of Tesla's next Gigafactory outside Berlin.
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Deutsche Welle
Soundtrack: Naive New Beaters "I see fire"

Soundtrack: Naive New Beaters "I see fire"

This isn't any old stretch limousine. The car in the video to "I see fire" by Naive New Beaters is XXL and is packed with their favorite things. REV chatted with the band about their visions for a mobile future.
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Deutsche Welle
New Army Vehicle Can Be Controlled By An Xbox Controller

New Army Vehicle Can Be Controlled By An Xbox Controller

Semi-autonomous trucks have been delivered to Oklahoma's 15th transportation company.
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New Survey Shows 46 Percent of Americans Are 'Unsure' If Vaccines Cause Autism

New Survey Shows 46 Percent of Americans Are 'Unsure' If Vaccines Cause Autism

Gallup recently conducted a vaccination-centered survey of over 1,000 adults in all 50 states of the U.S.
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U.K., France and Germany Accuse Iran of Breaking Nuclear Deal

U.K., France and Germany Accuse Iran of Breaking Nuclear Deal

The 2015 agreement among the countries limited Iran's nuclear program.
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Conservative Group Slams Burger King for Using 'the D-Word' in Ad

Conservative Group Slams Burger King for Using 'the D-Word' in Ad

One Million Moms is criticizing the fast food chain for use of the word "damn" in an ad last summer.
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Iran’s Sole Female Olympic Medalist Defects Over ‘Hypocrisy’ and ‘Lies’

Iran’s Sole Female Olympic Medalist Defects Over ‘Hypocrisy’ and ‘Lies’

Kimia Alizadeh, Iran’s only female Olympic medalist, recently announced her decision to permanently leave the country.
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Game Developers Across the Globe Come Together For Australia

Game Developers Across the Globe Come Together For Australia

The bushfire crisis has devastated communities across Australia with heartbreaking scenes of loss and mass animal deaths.
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BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Wants to Tackle Global Warming

BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Wants to Tackle Global Warming

BlackRock, an American global investment management corporation, is the world's largest asset manager Fink, its founder and chief executive, revealed in his annual letter to CEOs that the fund will move toward more sustainable investments.
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Worldwide Renewable Energy Would Pay for Itself, Study Says

Worldwide Renewable Energy Would Pay for Itself, Study Says

A new study conducted by Stanford University has found that running the entire world on clean energy would pay for itself in seven years time.
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Cheetos Creates Official Name for Cheese Dust Residue

Cheetos Creates Official Name for Cheese Dust Residue

Frito-Lay recently announced the official name of the iconic cheesy dust that lingers on a person's fingertips after eating Cheetos.
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Self-Heating Lunchbox Warms Your Food On The Go

Self-Heating Lunchbox Warms Your Food On The Go

Could this lunchbox be the end of the daily office queue for the microwave at lunch time?
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Soleimani Strike Was Authorized by Trump in June 2019

Soleimani Strike Was Authorized by Trump in June 2019

New details have revealed that . the killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was authorized by Donald Trump nearly seven months ago.
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Corvette Wins North American Car of the Year

Corvette Wins North American Car of the Year

The prestigious award was announced in Detroit on Monday morning.
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Tesla Stock Reaches $500

Tesla Stock Reaches $500

The company's stock rose 5% and passed $500 per share, reaching an all-time high Monday.
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The Top 10 Trends That Will Rule 2020

The Top 10 Trends That Will Rule 2020

What is your favorite trend?
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Study Finds More Americans Dying From Alcohol

Study Finds More Americans Dying From Alcohol

The analysis can be found in scientific journal, 'Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research'.
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Tea May Help You Live Longer, Study Says

Tea May Help You Live Longer, Study Says

A new study published in the 'European Journal of Preventive Cardiology' has found a link between drinking tea and living longer.
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Juul Pods Contain Hazardous Toxins, Says Harvard Study

Juul Pods Contain Hazardous Toxins, Says Harvard Study

The study was published in the 'American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine' last week.
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10 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in 2020

10 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in 2020

As the new year begins, many people are resolving to pay more attention to their mental and emotional wellness in 2020.
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California Could Launch Its Own Prescription Drug Label

California Could Launch Its Own Prescription Drug Label

The plan is being proposed by CA Gov. Gavin Newsom in an effort to control the state's health care costs.
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War Powers Resolution Passes in House of Representatives

War Powers Resolution Passes in House of Representatives

On Jan. 9, the United States House of Representatives voted in favor of passing a War Powers Resolution aimed at Donald Trump.
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Warner Bros. Signs AI Deal to Predict Film Success

Warner Bros. Signs AI Deal to Predict Film Success

According to 'The Hollywood Reporter,' the studio will use Cinelytic "to guide decision-making at the greenlight stage"
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The 10 Best Spots Worldwide for Your Retirement

The 10 Best Spots Worldwide for Your Retirement

International Living has released a list of its top countries for people to settle when their working days are over.
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Kneeling and Other Forms of Protest Banned at 2020 Olympics

Kneeling and Other Forms of Protest Banned at 2020 Olympics

The International Olympic Committee released its guidelines regarding the upcoming 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
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