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"CMT Made" is out to show it's never too late to chase after a dream. CMT is giving adults the opportunity to do so with this reality series from the producers of the Emmy-award winning MTV show that follows adults, not teens, as they embark on a mission to transform their life, highlighting both the challenges and accomplishments they face throughout their journey of being "Made."

Whether it's a hard-working mother with a desire for speed and to be "Made" into a race car driver, or a stay-at-home pastor's wife aspiring to be "Made" into a hip hop dancer, each episode will capture what it's like for an individual to work towards fulfilling a dream that was thought to have passed. Mixing in family and work responsibilities, the end goal seems even more unattainable for this new generation of "Made" participants.

The premiere episode of "CMT Made" features Chris Guerra, a Texas police officer, loyal husband and loving father who has been interested in professional wrestling since he was a child. Now 28 years old, Chris dreams of getting in the ring, battling against those he once admired on television and being "Made" into a professional wrestler. Coached by "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan, former TNA World Tag Team Champion and current seven-foot, 330-pound monster, Chris's resolve will be tested and his lifelong goal will be reevaluated as he comes face to face with the harsh realities of pro wrestling, inside the ring and out.

"CMT Made" is produced by One Louder Productions with Bob Kusbit and Francis Lyons serving as executive producers. Jayson Dinsmore and Melanie Moreau are executive producers for CMT.


Network: CMT
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: August 17, 2011
Seasons: 1
Production Company: One Louder Productions

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