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Morgan Spurlock applies his independent documentarian chops the this critically acclaimed series which asks people to spend 30 days in the shoes of those they hate.
America's Most Wanted
They used to fix leaky pipes, and now they chase haunts in various interesting American locales. The show's creators never deviate from its formula, and why should they? It's working just fine as it is.
Charismatic monster-hunter Josh takes the viewer to exotic locations in search of as-yet undiscovered legendary creatures. He hasn't nailed down a unicorn just yet, but he brings a fascinating look at local cultures and traditional stories.
When this show debuted, the idea of a group of fashion-conscious gay men rescuing uncouth souls from their un-hip lifestyles was cutting edge enough to push the envelope. Now that the basic concept is so old hat hasn't stopped it from being popular, or relevant.
Chef Ralph Pagano and his endless quest for a day's work in countries around the world has attracted the most votes from the audience.