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Star World focusses on reality, fiction show
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MUMBAI: with reality being the flavour of the season, English general entertainment channel Star World is once again ready to push focus on this genre to firm up its 9 pm slot.

The channel will come up with the second season of its two flagship reality shows - Moment of Truth on 26 July and Master Chef Australia on 27 July - to fill up its 9 pm band.

For its second run, Masterchef Australia saw thousands of budding cooks from around Australia apply to showcase their culinary skills. The MasterChef dream is one where ordinary Australians can have their cake and the icing too.

From challenges aboard a P&O cruise ship, to time-pressure challenges with mystery boxes filled with exotic ingredients, cooking challenges against world renowned chefs, to tasks that will test their cooking creativity, this is an apprenticeship into the fiery world of cooking.

Mark Walberg hosted Moment of Truth where contestants were asked 50 increasingly personal and embarrassing questions to receive cash prizes. Prior to the show, a contestant is hooked up to a polygraph and asked more than 50 questions; there is no polygraph testing conducted during the actual show.

Without knowing the results of the polygraph, he or she is asked 21 those same questions again on the programme, each becoming progressively more personal in nature. If the contestant answers honestly, according to the polygraph results, he or she moves on to the next question; however, should a contestant lie in his or her answer (as determined by the polygraph) or simply refuse to answer a question after it has been asked, the game ends.

Meanwhile, as part of its fiction plan, the channel will launch the fifth season of Criminal Minds that replaces White Collar from 26 July at 10 pm.

Criminal Minds revolves around an elite team of FBI profilers who analyse the US' most twisted criminal minds, anticipating their next moves before they strike again. The Behavioral Analysis Unit's most experienced agent is David Rossi (played by Joe Mantega), a founding member of the BAU who returns to help the team solve new cases.

Source: Indiantelevision.com

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