15 high school drop outs arrive at Dream School for their last chance to get back into the education system and finally graduate. They're welcomed by Public Enemy rapper Chuck D who welcomes them with an inspirational speech.
Chuck D takes the students to a music studio to express emotions through spoken word. After Rabbi Shmuley leads a controversial class on world religion, the kids are taken to an urban garden and taught about food, which has a calming effect.
Fitness guru Nicole Winhoffer teaches the students physical education. Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir joins the students at an ice rink for a skating lesson. Back at school, the students prepare to take their second, much tougher exam.
Dr. David Eisenbach teaches the students about the origins of World War I and takes them on a trip to the UN, where they end up displaying inappropriate behavior. Financial expert Alvin Hall teaches the students about personal finance.
50 Cent makes a surprise visit to Dream School to help focus the students' minds on the task ahead. The students participate in a round of presentations followed by the final exam. Will all of them succeed and finally graduate from Dream School?
Fifteen high school dropouts receive a last chance to get back into the education system. Dream School's 50 Cent and David Arquette introduce the kids to their new school and get to know them on a personal level.
Principal Dr. Keller brings inspirational celebrities Soledad O'Brien, Doriana Sanchez and Jeff Corwin to intervene in poor test grades. The kids are led through an emotional exercise, while a few remain unreachable.
If the students wish to succeed, all personal problems must be put aside at Dream School. Dr. Mae Jemison, Fabien Cousteau, Swizz Beatz, and Cliff Dorfman take the kids out of their comfort zone and help them get real.
It's halfway through Dream School and some students have reached a crisis point. Suze Orman, Roy Choi, Oliver Stone and Doriana Sanchez push the class towards the finish line. But will all 15 kids make it?
Dr. Mae Jemison and Soledad O'Brien return to finish up their courses, while the last celeb teachers bring their talents and enthusiasm to the school. Can Dream School succeed where traditional education did not?
It's the last week of Dream School, and everyone's working toward one goal: graduation. Emotions run high, and there are plenty of tears when the kids get their final results. Who will make it to graduation?
A look at Sundance Channel's new series Dream School, starring 50 Cent, David Arquette, Suze Orman, Swizz Beatz and more.
Celebrities, journalists, filmmakers, musicians, politicians, scientists, actors and artists will face their biggest challenge ever: to break through to high school dropouts. These kids are no fools and won't go along easily. Executive produced by Jamie Oliver and 50 Cent, "Dream School" asks, "What does it take to break through to teenagers and get them to graduate?" Pregnant, neglected or bullied; the students all have one thing in common: each had a life experience that caused them to take an unexpected left turn. Dream School's celebrity teachers will have one mission: to excite these young minds, reignite their passions, and get them to graduate from a real, accredited high school. From Soledad O'Brien to Suze Orman, Oliver Stone, Swizz Beatz, Jeff Corwin, David Arquette, Jesse Jackson and more - the faculty is famous and successful, and each is an expert in their field. But how will they perform as teachers to some of America's toughest high school dropouts? Will they succeed and change the course of these kids' lives? Or will they get schooled by a group of students who are unimpressed and unwilling to follow even basic school rules?
Like all sexy, dynamic Hollywood women, Angela, Tiphany, Mia and Auti are four friends who yearn to get the most out of life. But, their lives have taken an unexpected turn. Through accident or illness, these women have been paralyzed from the neck or waist down. Yet though their legs may be disabled, their spirits remain unbroken. Share the laughter, the daily challenges, and the personal triumphs of friends who never let their wheelchairs define them ... even when their lives threaten to spin out of control. From dating to careers to starting a family, they push themselves - and each other - to the limit. Push Girls is an unfettered, uncensored glimpse into their surprising world - one that will shatter all expectations about what life in a wheelchair can be.
Follow the Rules is a half-hour reality series following Grammy nominated rapper and actor Ja Rule and his family. Ja and his wife, two sons, his daughter, and both his mother and mother in law live under the same roof.
This intimate reality series follows newlyweds Giuliana and Bill Rancic as they embark on new adventures as husband and wife. Witness their lives as they try to juggle high-profile careers and marriage while residing on opposite coasts.
Note: Season 6 is split into two volumes and is priced accordingly.