On Discovery+, there are ten hidden gem TV shows you can watch

On Discovery+, there are ten hidden gem TV shows you can watch ...

People have been asking what the brand of Warner Bros. Discovery would be if Warner Bros. merged with Discovery. HBO and TLC are two very different channels that have now merged under the same corporate structure.

Another conflicting feature are HBO Max and Discovery+, both of which are expected to merge into one by summer 2023, and now is the ideal time to get acquainted with Discovery+, which might be the last opportunity to experience the remarkable reality-TV streaming service in this form. From drag queens to true crime to 90 Day Fiance, there is something for everyone on Discovery+.

'Pig Royalty' (2021 -)

One of the greatest things about reality TV is that it offers an in-depth look into worlds you have little to no knowledge of. That's the case with Pig Royalty, a show set in the wild world of competitive pig shows. Is it a cutthroat competition with professionals who will do anything to steal the crown? Probably not. That's why Pig Royalty is so fascinating.

The show follows a group of pig owners as they compete in various competitions in an attempt to be the best of the best. The cast includes actors as well as actual children who compete alongside the adults. There's drama, underdogs, and lots of pigs. After one episode, you'll be hooked.

'Dragnificent!' (2019 - 2020)

Dragnificent! follows RuPaul's Drag Race alums Jujubee, Thorgy Thor, Bebe Zahara Benet, and Alexis Michelle as they help women across the United States embrace their inner drag queen during major life events.

What makes the show so special is how the queens interact with each other and the topic of the episode. They're drag queens, so they've got personality for days and they know how to make an appearance. So whether you're planning a wedding or a high school reunion, you'll want some drag queens in your corner.

'Death By Gossip With Wendy Williams' (2015 - 2015)

Wendy Williams is a pop culture icon. That's undisputed. This is the ideal time to revisit her short-lived but extremely entertaining true crime series, Death By Gossip.

Wendy Williams knows gossip. She loves to tell anyone and everything under the sun. However, she also knows that gossip does come with consequences, and as explored in Death By Gossip, those consequences can be fatal.

'Guy's Chance Of A Lifetime' (2022 -)

Guy Fieri has proven himself to be a branding expert. His brand recognition is such that when you see a dish and hear that it's called "Flavortown Chicken," you know it has to be made by Guy Fieri. That's why the competition on Guy's Chance Of A Lifetime is so tough. On this program, he is looking for someone to carry the Guy Fieri brand as effectively as he can.

The winner of Guy's Chance Of A Lifetime doesn't receive a cash prize, but they get their very own restaurant as a part of the Chicken Guy franchise. Throughout the program, Guy tests the entrepreneurs' cooking abilities and marketing abilities, trying to find someone who can carry the Guy Fieri brand. It's definitely worth checking out.

'Chopped 420' (2021 -)

If you watch Chopped on Food Network and think, "This would be better if everyone involved were high," there is a program for you. Chopped 420 takes the Chopped formula we all know and love and adds a nice dose of weed to every dish.

Ron Funches, an actor, comedian, and weed enthusiast, is judged by a number of marijuana enthusiasts, including RuPaul's Drag Race alum Laganja Estranja. The show features a wide variety of different marijuana strains to keep things interesting.

'Love & Marriage: Huntsville' (2019 -)

Huntsville, Alabama, is a growing city. Just this year, it was voted the best city to live in by the United States News and World Report.

Love & Marriage: DC is a new series about three married couples who work together in real estate while also dealing with the complicated world of their own lives. This film, like Huntsville, is packed with intrigue, fights, and real estate to keep you interested in a city filled with interesting people.

'The Book Of Queer' (2022 -)

From Abraham Lincoln to Da Vinci, history is vital because it allows us to correct our mistakes in the future. The Book Of Queer attempts to correct this by highlighting historical figures who were long forgotten or never publicly revealed.

The Book Of Queer is a funny, outrageous stylistic lens that ensures that this history lesson isn't boring. Featuring entertaining re-enactments and a very contemporary sensibility, it is a must-see for anyone who believes that gay history started with Obergefell.

'Two Shallow Graves' (2022 -)

Two Shallow Graves is one of the best true crime documentary of the year. The case of the 2010 McStay family murders, for which family friend Chase Merritt has been found, is horrifying and fatal. Unlike other true crime documentaries, Two Shallow Graves does not overlook that fact in the name of a story.

True crime is so popular because it allows us to act like detectives, putting together clues to make our conclusions about who committed the horrifying crimes in question. Two Shallow Graves is not a difficult watch, but it's certainly recommended for any true crime enthusiast.

'Prisoner Of Love' (2021 -)

Prisoner of Love is like 90 Day Fiance, except that the test of love isn't a time limit, but the fact that one of the partners is currently in jail. Dating is difficult, and as they say, there's plenty of fish in the ocean.

The first season of Prisoner Of Love follows different people as they seek out love in prison. Chelsea Holmes is a professional relationship expert who is well-known for assisting prisoners and those seeking to date someone locked up.

'Trixie Motel' (2022 -)

Trixie Mattel, RuPaul's Drag Race winner and all-around cultural icon, is dominating the world. From her music career to Netflix and her comedy partnership with Katya Zamolodchikova, Trixie is undoubtedly the most well-known drag queen in history.

Trixie, her partner David Silver, and prominent friends, like Nicole Byer, Lisa Vanderpump, and Orville Peck, design and construct a different room of the most outrageously drag motel ever built. Each episode of Trixie Motel is filled with genuine joy and excitement, and the Trixie Motel is real!