Julie is a shop-o-holic who lives off of her parents credit cards but wants to make her own way in the fashion industry.
Frankie & Dana are gay best friends from Ohio who have no money, no jobs, and no plan but have a big dream for a better life.
Are you tired of having them schedule every minute of your school, sports and social life?
Do you ever feel like they’re trying to live their dreams through you?
Since its first episode in 1998, True Life has provided a window into the struggles, hopes, and dreams of young people.
A group of amateur survivalists are put to the ultimate test in the wild for 40 days with nothing but a few primitive tools. ," first time cast members called "Fresh Meat," and relatives of these members, compete against each other for the chance to win a cash prize.
Do your friends and family constantly question how you could date someone who is so different from you?
Maybe you’re a girly girl who’s head-over-high-heels for your mud-loving country boy or a vegan animal rights activist dating a hunter?
This is still voyeurism: Viewers are watching people in often desperate situations, and may have an impulse to simply shake their heads as a pregnant teen pulls a drag on a cigarette, or a sideshow freak puts a snake up his nose.
But when they get over the thrill of being judgmental, they will find plenty of material in that may inspire discussion -- and even activism. it acctually teaches lessons but i wouldnt recomend it for younder kids. there were a couple like "I wish my breasts were bigger" and "i wish my breasts for smaller and "im addicted to pornagraphy. and also another pointless on was "im bisexual" those were pretty pointless but other ones have good messages that were hidden. there is alot of bleeping and the make subtitles for things that are hard to here you can tell what they're saying.
And Josh is a model from a Winsconsin who is getting the opportunity of a lifetime with a top modeling agency.