Tanked

Restoration Home (finale) (Prime, 7.30pm)
Home renovation fans can enjoy the final episode of the first season of this BBC renovation-documentary-reality mashup: this last episode follows the owners of Big House, in Landshipping, Pembrokeshire, as they try to turn the historic building into a dream home, finding out along the way that the house was built on coal mining proceed … which is apparently something of a big deal. Continue reading »

ANIMAL PLANET – Mondays from 3 September, 9.30pm

Tanked returns with all-new episodes that dunk viewers into the eccentric and exciting business that is Acrylic Tank Manufacturing. ATM is one of the country’s leading and most successful builders of aquariums, led by brothers-in-law, business partners, best friends and rivals, Wayde King and Brett Raymer. This season the guys must wade in to the deep end to come up with some creative solutions for some of the most outrageous and challenging builds they’re ever tackled. Including custom made tanks for the likes of KISS and Tracey Morgan from 30 Rock.

ANIMAL PLANET – Mondays from 14 May, 10.30pm

This brand new series follows the antics of two brothers-in-law as they run the largest aquarium manufacturing company in the nation. Tanked dunks viewers into the family-owned business of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing (ATM) led by business partners, best friends and constant rivals, Wayde King and Brett Raymer. The company is located in the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas, and builds outrageous, larger than life and one of a kind tanks, for some of the most striking fish and clients around. No job is too big, too far, or too outlandish as Wayde and Brett travel the world to make fellow fish enthusiast’s dreams of having their own little piece of the ocean a reality. Working with opinionated and outrageous family and staff, including Wayde’s wife, Heather, and Brett and Heather’s father, ‘The General’, the show reveals the stress, success, and sometimes dysfunction of a family business that has been running strong for 14 years.