New programming is already in development and will focus on the genres that other male-centric channels, such as Spike, have failed to provide for men. They include: cooking, travel, fashion and, in keeping with tradition, some gaming as well.
Will officially debut September 23rd.
Syndicated programming so far includes reruns of Parks and Recreation, Party Down, Burn Notice,Psych, and rebroadcasts of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
The original series announced so far are The Getaway ,
" a celebrity travel show produced by Anthony Bourdain features travel-loving, well known personalities - people deservedly famous for excellence in their fields - who take viewers to their favorite city on the planet, giving the insiders’ track on their top spots to eat, drink, shop and hang out This includes Aziz Ansari (Hong Kong), comedian Joel McHale (Belfast), musicperson Eve (Jamaica), actress Aisha Tyler (Paris), and José Andrés (Puerto Rico"
produced by Drew Barrymore and about, per the press release, “underground, after-hours cooking competition where talented chefs go head to head in front of a rowdy crowd of celebrities, critics and die-hard foodies."
Hosted by Ilan Hall winner of season 2 of Top Chef
Brew Dogs - follows Scottish “beer evangelists” James Watt and Martin Dickie as they travel across America aiming to prove that the drink of the masses doesn’t need to taste mass-produced
Horse Players- centers on a competition for the title of America’s top handicapper in the high-stakes world of professional horse racing.
How I Rock It- NBA player Baron Davis profiles athletes, musicians and other celebrities. Produced by Ryan Seacrest.
Risky Listing- a docuseries about New York nightlife real estate
American Field Trip- featuring blogger/photojournalist Matt Hranek
The only original G4 program that they will keep is American Ninja Warrior.