A&E Network dives back into the unexplained paranormal universe, greenlighting five compelling shows including the revival of "Ghost Hunters," one of the most successful paranormal series of all time. The network has also greenlit four additional supernatural-focused shows and specials including reimagined versions of A+E Networks' hit series "Psychic Kids" and "Celebrity Ghost Stories," the brand new series "Trey the Texas Medium" (working title) and the two-hour special "World's Biggest Ghost Hunt" (working title.)
"The Impossible Live" (wt) will feature the world's greatest daredevils attempting the most death-defying stunts ever seen on live television including a parachute-less jump from a plane onto a speeding train, a motorcycle jump off a cliff, and the highest wire walk ever attempted from one hot air balloon to another.
Over the course of six consecutive episodes, viewers will follow the stories of addicts as they work to overcome their opioid addictions as well as one of the most dramatic recoveries in one of the largest drug hubs on the East Coast.
A&E is extending the new hit series "Live Rescue," with 10 additional episodes, bringing the first season total to 19 episodes. "Live Rescue," the network's newest live original documentary series, follows first responders from across the country as they bravely put their lives on the line responding to emergency rescue calls.
A&E Network is celebrating the lives of two American icons, Farrah Fawcett and John F. Kennedy Jr., surrounding the anniversaries of their tragic deaths through two in-depth original documentaries airing under the celebrated "Biography" banner. These comprehensive explorations of their lives include never-before-seen footage and exclusive interviews with those closest to them.
The final season will continue to chronicle the lives of Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg as they balance family and their rapidly growing business, which has become one of the fastest growing and most popular restaurants in the country.
Part of the award-winning Biography series, A&E Network will premiere three new documentaries exploring the lives and careers of comedy giants Chris Farley, Jeff Dunham and Jeff Foxworthy. Airing across Monday, May 27 and Tuesday, May 28, the specials will delve deep into the careers and personal lives of these dynamic performers to give viewers an insider's look at what it took for each to reach the top.
Each half-hour episode features stories from several first responders, including cops, firefighters, EMS professionals and members of the military. Prison Break Tattoos owner BK Klev matches each client with the artist he feels will connect with them best and help tell their story through a tattoo.
A&E Network is partnering with WWE Studios to produce five original two-hour documentaries under the award-winning "Biography" banner showcasing some of the most iconic WWE Superstars of all time, including "Macho Man" Randy Savage®, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper™, Booker T®, Stone Cold Steve Austin® and Shawn Michaels®.
A&E Network will premiere "The Employables," a new docuseries following struggling job seekers with conditions such as autism or Tourette Syndrome as they search for meaningful employment. With the help of specialists, each job seeker uncovers their talents and works to show potential employers that their perceived disabilities can often provide unexpected benefits in the workplace.