Under the "history" section of the TLC channel.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLC_(TV_channel) "TLC still aired educational programmes such as "Paleoworld" (a show about prehistoric creatures), though more and more of its programming began to be devoted to niche audiences for shows regarding subjects like home improvement (HomeTime and Home Savvy were two of the first), arts and crafts (similar to Martha Stewart), crime programmes such as The New Detectives and medical programming (particularly reality-based ones following real operations of real people and following them through the process), and other shows that appealed to daytime audiences, particularly housewives. This was to be indicative of a major change in programming content and target audience over the next few years. They came up with a great show called Pitmasters in 2009 but in the second season they changed the format to be like the shows on the Foodnetwork and chose 2 judges that know nothing about BBQ and desided to throw in challenges that had nothing to do with BBQ. All the loyal fans of the show were disappointed and voiced their opinions, but TLC ignored them and would not respond costing them many, many viewers. Those that continued to watch only did so to support the members of (name removed by me to protect the innocent) BBQ forum."