2016 Reality Check!
Make Your New Year's Resolution to Catch All The New Unscripted Series on Lifetime This January
Premieres Friday, January 1 at 9pm ET/PT
All bets are off when Bring It! returns with the Dollhouse divided for season 3. The Dancing Dolls must bring their "A " game with tougher judges and bigger, badder rivals. Miss D finds herself with new dancers that need a lot of work to get into winning shape. Can newcomer Faith save the team or will her outspoken mother push Miss D to her breaking point? With the title of 'best all around dancer' being added to the Battle Royale, everyone must do their best to impress Miss D to get the honor.
The night kicks off with an all-new special, A Very Bring It! New Year, premiering on January 1st at 8pm ET/PT. Miss D and the Dancing Dolls take a look back at their favorite moments, discuss the drama and dish on all of the Dollhouse newbies.
The Rap Game
Premieres Friday, January 1 at 10pm ET/PT
The next big rap star is about to be unleashed beginning New Year's Day when five emerging young hip hop artists, ages 12 to 16 years old, are given the opportunity to rhyme and flow with highly-sought-after producer, Jermaine Dupri in the all-new unscripted series, The Rap Game. These young rappers will be immersed in the Atlanta hip hop scene with Dupri at the helm as their mentor. Queen Latifah and her partner Shakim Compere will executive produce under the Flavor Unit umbrella along with Dupri. Each week, special guests such as Usher, Ludacris, Da Brat, T.I. and Silentó will join Dupri to help mold the kids into the next big, young rap star.
Premieres Tuesday, January 5 at 9pm ET/PT
Named Favorite Reality Show by the Kids' Choice Awards, Lifetime's hit docuseries Dance Moms (#DanceMoms) returns for its sixth season with new episodes, new dance moves and of course, the infamous Abby Lee Miller. With her LA studio now open for business, Abby is determined to ensure her team won't have another dismal competition season. To keep her girls focused, Abby issues a ban on anything other than dance. In a move to keep her empire alive and grow new stars, Abby makes the controversial decision to form a new Mini Elite Competition Team that will learn from the older girls. With Abby's legal woes on the horizon, will the Abby Lee Dance Company be able to get back on top?
Leading up to the premiere of Dance Moms, tune in for a one-hour special, No Moms Allowed at 8pm ET/PT. Hosted by Disney star and Dance Moms super-fan Veronica Dunne (KC Undercover), the special will be bigger and more fun than ever! The girls will dish about all of the drama from the past season, what's to come for the ALDC and answer fans' biggest questions. The girls will also perform a fan-favorite routine and Nia will sing her song "Slay."
Premieres Tuesday, January 5 at 10pm ET/PT
The intensely competitive world of high school a cappella takes center stage in the all-new series, Pitch Slapped. The pressure is on when two cross-town rival teams from New Jersey are given the chance to work with the world's best coaches and face off in weekly competitions, crescendoing in a champion sing off. Vocal powerhouse Deke Sharon (Pitch Perfect) will stop at nothing to get his team, Stay Tuned from Cherry Hill, to come out of their shells and get them in-tune while a cappella rock-star and performance coach Diana Preisler (Blue Jupiter) guides The Voices from Allendale, to harmonize their way to a win.
Child Genius: Battle of the Brightest
Premieres Thursday, January 7 at 8pm ET/PT
Lifetime's competition series, Child Genius: Battle of the Brightest returns for season two, featuring America's most extraordinary and gifted children as they prep for the ultimate battle of the brains. The competition, created in cooperation with American Mensa, takes place over ten weeks and tests the nation's brightest young minds on their knowledge in categories such as math, spelling, geography, and current events. With a $100,000 college fund and the title of Child Genius 2016 at stake, the kids - and their families - will stop at nothing to make it to the top of the class. Former NASA astronaut, Leland Melvin, returns as the host.
Project Runway Junior
Returns Thursday, January 7 at 9pm ET/PT
Dubbed the show "that recaptures the heart of reality TV" by Refinery29, new episodes of Project Runway Junior will air Thursdays at 9pm ET/PT this January and February.
First Lady Michelle Obama will be featured on the episode airing on December 10th, announcing a challenge with Lands' End that supports Let Girls Learn, in collaboration with the Peace Corps. The Project Runway Junior designers will get a once in a lifetime opportunity to create a design that will be used and sold on LandsEnd.com.
Little Women: LA
Premieres Wednesday, January 27 at 9pm ET/PT
Little Women: LA season 4 brings out all-new alliances as tensions heat up between Jasmine and Elena when the Russian beauty feels left out of the mommy group Jasmine organizes. Tonya and Terra are left in the middle to choose sides between the ladies and get in a tiff of their own when Terra meddles in Tonya's love life. Christy and Todd decide to look into adoption, which turns out to be a complicated and frustrating journey. Briana and Matt are going strong but their relationship is now also causing some major rifts in Briana's tight-knit family.