- Apr 27, 2010 11:07 PM ET
Jesse Ventura and Ashton Kutcher
TruTV is going undercover and behind the scenes of some of the country’s craziest professions for its newest crop of projects.
Among the cable channel’s new series are Limo Bob, which examines life in Chicago through the eyes of the owner of one of the city’s biggest limo fleets. Ma’s Roadhouse will profile the family behind a one-of-a-kind Texas saloon, which serves as a motorcycle shop, bar and tattoo parlor. Putting a whole new spin on Undercover Boss is America’s Toughest Boss, which will profile a steakhouse owner willing to spy on his employees and put them to extreme tests to get the results he wants.
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America’s Toughest Boss won’t be the only TruTV show employing hidden cameras. Exposed!, the latest comedy project from Punk’d producers Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, will catch unsuspecting people’s reactions on camera when others take off their clothes in public. Hidden-camera show Rogue Society showcases individuals going undercover to get revenge on scam artists and crooked businessmen.
TruTV’s other new series include Disclosure, which looks at two people who have dedicated their lives to uncovering government secrets, and The Naked Office, which employs a very revealing form of group therapy to keep employees productive and positive.
In addition to the channel’s new series, TruTV has ordered new seasons of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Full Throttle Saloon, Black Gold, Las Vegas Jailhouse, and Rehab: Party at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Will you tune into TruTV’s new shows?