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1. MythBusters: The Search

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MythBusters: The Search

The search for an all-new generation of myth-busting science superstars with mind-blowing build skills and nerves of steel. Using social media and spectacular stunts, a cast of fearless hopefuls are judged on their skills as they compete in never-before-seen myth-busting challenges.



3. The Search

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The Search

The Search was a seven part television show on Channel 4, which first aired on 7 January 2007, the final episode was broadcast on 24 February 2007. The premise of the programme was that ten contestants with unique skills must solve a variety of ancient clues and puzzles from throughout history, with the aim in each episode of finding "The Symbol". The team which fulfills this directive wins the game and the losing team must then sacrifice a team member. The final episode saw the remaining contestants compete to uncover a £50,000 hidden treasure. This 'treasure' was located somewhere in the United Kingdom according to Jamie Theakston on the Steve Wright radio show on BBC Radio 2 broadcast on 26 January 2007. The Search was presented and conceived by Jamie Theakston, inspired by the Kit Williams' children's book Masquerade and made by Princess Productions. The programme was filmed at a variety of locations and made active use of historical buildings and themes incorporated in the puzzles. The first episode focused on Renaissance Italian themes; the second, Medieval French; the third, Mughal Indian; the fourth, Ancient Egyptian, the fifth Mayan Guatemala, the sixth Inca Peru and the seventh, British History.


4. The Search

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5. The Search for the Nile

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6. Search for the Lost Giants

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Search for the Lost Giants

Brothers Jim and Bill Vieira search for giant skeletons after researching tales of giants being sighted along with old accounts of giant bones being uncovered across the country.


7. Search for the Gods

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Search for the Gods

Search for the Gods is a 1975 television film directed by Jud Taylor. It stars Kurt Russell and Stephen McHattie.


8. The Long Search

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The Long Search

The Long Search was a 1977 BBC documentary television series spanning 13 episodes. Presented by theatre director Ronald Eyre, the series surveyed several major world religions, including Protestant, Orthodox, and Catholic Christianity. Other episodes surveyed Theraveda and Zen Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and even the New Age movement. Location filming took place in India, England, Italy, Japan, Israel, Romania, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, the United States, Egypt, Indonesia, and South Africa. Scholar of religion Ninian Smart acted as editorial consultant to the show, and also authored a companion book by the same name. The series was re-issued on DVD, and is currently distributed by Ambrose Video.


9. Beyond the Search

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Beyond the Search

Beyond the Search is a documentary project developed and produced by Jared Madden and executive produced by John Gate and Neale Schofield. Funded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church it was produced at the Adventist Media Network Studios in Sydney Australia and will be presented and promoted by the Seventh-day Adventist owned television network HopeChannel.



11. The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search

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The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search

The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search is an American reality television competition broadcast by Country Music Television. In the series, singing-dancing female bartenders compete for a position with the company's traveling troupe, and a $50,000 prize. Season three, which premiered March 7, 2008, featured 10 contestants. They are listed below in alphabetical order according to name, occupation, and hometown. ⁕Ashley Glasgow, Entrepreneur, Tampa, Florida ⁕Jessica Henry, Singer/Actress, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ⁕Jocelyn Towle, Insurance Processor, Miami, Florida ⁕Kelly Bentley, Former National Guard member, Ashland, Alabama ⁕Lauren Lee, Bartender, Nashville, Tennessee ⁕Sarah LeClear, Dancer, Los Angeles, California ⁕Tanea Renee Singleton, Singer, New York City, New York ⁕Taylin Rae, Singer, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ⁕Tiffany Mallari, Dancer, San Francisco, California ⁕Tracy Hanna, nightclub Promoter, Richfield, New Jersey


12. Search for the Perfect Girlfriend

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Search for the Perfect Girlfriend

Search For The Perfect Girlfriend is a couples-based adult-reality show currently airing on Playboy TV.


13. Be Bench / The Model Search

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Be Bench / The Model Search

Be Bench/The Model Search, is reality TV show produced by ABS-CBN. The show is hosted by bench superstar Piolo Pascual and Kris Aquino, is an 8-week run of show. This is in search for the next famous Bench models and ABS-CBN stars. After nationwide auditions in Metro Manila, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao with thousands of aspiring TV stars and bench models, Be Bench/The Model Search has selected the most beautiful, fit and fabulous contestants. The contestants’ abilities are tested each week as they strive to master the fashion photo shoots, perfect publicity skills and learn the business aspects of becoming the next big thing! All of these happen in front of the camera! Throughout the series, a panel of leading fashion industry experts will closely evaluate the progress of the models to narrow the field each week. In addition, special guest judges and surprise celebrity mentors will drop by the show to give their two cents worth. Watch the promising models in their journey to becoming famous. See the hard work and drama behind the glamour and sass of the limelight. Witness how the contestants stand-up to turn their dreams of becoming a Bench model into a reality. Winners will represent the country’s foremost clothing and lifestyle brand, Bench.


14. The Search for the Next Elvira

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The Search for the Next Elvira

The Search for the Next Elvira is a reality television series created by Eric Gardner and Cassandra Peterson for the Fox Reality channel. The reality competition show is a search to be the next late-night horror cult movie host Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.


15. Manhunt: The Search for the Yorkshire Ripper

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Manhunt: The Search for the Yorkshire Ripper

Occurring from the mid-1970s to 1981, the Ripper committed 13 murders. Viewed as ritualistic in nature, they were done with extreme brutality as he mocked the police during their desperate hunt for him. The victims were primiarly prostitutes or poor girls, with a few working girls tossed in. Generally he would hit a victim on the head with a hammer, sexually assault the lady, mutilate her, and then redress/re-arrangement the clothing and cover the corpse with her own coat.



17. Manhunt: The Search for America's Most Gorgeous Male Model

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Manhunt: The Search for America's Most Gorgeous Male Model

A reality television series following a formula similar to UPN/The CW's America's Next Top Model, but with two differences. One, all the contestants are male, and two, there is a spy among the men. Also, multiple contenders are voted off each time, unlike the single-elimination structure of America's Next Top Model.


18. In Search of the Pope's Children

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In Search of the Pope's Children

In Search of the Pope's Children is an Irish television programme based on the book The Pope's Children, aired by the state broadcaster RTÉ and British broadcaster BBC Four. The programme is a three-part true lives documentary, presented by economist David McWilliams. The show comments on the Irish economy and the social attitudes surrounding it. The show is marketed as being sharp, witty and argumentative. McWilliams is credited with being the first economist to predict the 1990s boom in Ireland's economy and he is arguably most famous for his predictions of an Irish property price collapse between 1997 and 2002.


19. In Search of the Dark Ages

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In Search of the Dark Ages

In Search of the Dark Ages was a television series, written and presented by Michael Wood, and first shown in 1979. It is also the title of a book written by Wood to support the series, which was published in 1981. The television series consisted of a series of separate programmes, hence the collective title is often written as In Search of ... The Dark Ages. It began with In Search of Offa, recorded in 1978 by BBC Manchester, and shown on 2 January 1979. Subsequent programmes in the first series were on Boadicea, King Arthur and Alfred the Great, shown with a re-run of Offa over successive nights in March 1980. The first series was such a success when shown in an off-peak slot on BBC Two that a second series was broadcast in 1981, with subjects including William the Conqueror, Ethelred the Unready, Athelstan and Eric Bloodaxe. Michael Wood's looks, speaking voice and infectious enthusiasm were generally regarded as being key to the success of the original series. The series made Wood's career, and, whilst remaining an Anglo-Saxon specialist, he subsequently branched out into series on other aspects of history, several of which had similar titles, e.g. In Search of the Trojan War. Contemporary reviews of the accompanying book included comments such as: