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Project Runway

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Season 9 of the Emmy-nominated competition reality series "Project Runway" kicks off, where each week budding fashion designers face challenges and elimination as they compete for cash and prizes.
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  1. 1. Come As You Are
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    July 28, 2011
    1 h 2 min
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    20 designers must go in front of Heidi, Michael, Nina and Tim to make a case why they deserve one of the 16 coveted spots this season. Once they are chosen, the 16 designers barely have a chance to celebrate before being awoken at the crack of dawn with one of the toughest first challenges in the series' history. Their PJ's and bedsheets are their fabric for the first challenge!
  2. 2. My Pet Project
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    August 4, 2011
    1 h 2 min
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    This year's unconventional challenge lives up to its name when the designers arrive at a pet store. When Tim informs them that they will find all the materials they need inside, they quickly realize this is their opportunity to show the judges how they can think outside the box. Stacey Bendet (Alice + Olivia) serves as the guest judge.
  3. 3. Go Big Or Go Home
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    March 11, 2020
    1 h 2 min
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    The designers are broken into teams of two to create a design that's larger than life--their models are stilt walkers! In the first ever outdoor challenge, the runway show is held outside in New York for all to see. Kim Kardashian serves as guest judge.
  4. 4. All About Nina
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    March 11, 2020
    1 h 2 min
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    The designers quickly realize they are in for a tough challenge when it is revealed the Nina Garcia is their client! The stakes are raised as Nina tells them she will wear the winning look to an important industry event. Marie Claire's editor-in-chief, Joanna Coles and actress Kerry Washington serve as guest judges.
  5. 5. Off The Track
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    August 25, 2011
    1 h 2 min
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    Season 9 of the Emmy-nominated competition reality series where each week budding fashion designers face challenges and elimination as they compete for cash and prizes.
  6. 6. The Art of the Matter
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    March 11, 2020
    1 h 2 min
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    Season 9 of the Emmy-nominated competition reality series where each week budding fashion designers face challenges and elimination as they compete for cash and prizes.
  7. 7. Can't We All Just Get Along
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    September 8, 2011
    1 h 2 min
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    Season 9 of the Emmy-nominated competition reality series where each week budding fashion designers face challenges and elimination as they compete for cash and prizes.
  8. 8. What Women Want
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    March 11, 2020
    1 h 2 min
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    When Heidi introduces nine men on the runway, the designers are stunned. But they quickly breathe a sigh of relief when Tim reveals that the men are not their models--they will be designing for their significant others! Actress Malin Akerman serves as guest judge.
  9. 9. Image Is Everything
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    September 22, 2011
    1 h 2 min
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    The designers are treated to a special performance from their new client, an up-and-coming band. Broken into two teams of four, the designers are charged with creating a look that will establish their as image-makers.
  10. 10. Sew 70's
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    March 11, 2020
    1 h 3 min
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    For the Piperlime.com challenge, the designer's are going back in time. The 70's will serve as inspiration for this week's challenge.
  11. 11. This is for the Birds
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    October 6, 2011
    1 h 2 min
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    Exotic Birds serve as the inspiration for this week's L'Oreal Challenge. The designer's must really step up their game when Tim reveals that during judging they will go head-to-head with one other designer putting one in the top and one in the bottom during judging. Francisco Costa serves as guest judge for the challenge.
  12. 12. The Finale Challenge
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    March 11, 2020
    1 h 2 min
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    The judges want to see their visions as designers so they challenge the contestants to create a mini-collection. Actress Zoe Saldana serves as guest judge.
  13. 13. Finale Part One
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    October 20, 2011
    1 h 2 min
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    Tim Gunn travels to the homes of the finalists to check in on their progress before they head back to NY.
  14. 14. Finale Part Two
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    March 11, 2020
    1 h 2 min
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    Things get off to a bumpy start for the final designers as they frantically get ready to show at fashion week. With fair warning to step up their game, the designers make every minute of preparation count. Guest judge, fashion designer L'Wren Scott, weighs in on who should be the winner during the intense debate at the final judging.

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Directors
Craig SpirkoRich KimPaul StarkmanAriel BolesTony SaccoRyan Bunnell
Producers
Jane Cha CutlerDesiree GruberBarbara SchneeweissDaniela Unruh
Season year
2020
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A&E Television Networks
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4.6 out of 5 stars

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M. PellandReviewed in the United States on September 12, 2014
4.0 out of 5 stars
One of the more fun reality competitions
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Project Runway is a relaity show based on several clothes designers competing for a bunch of money, a car, and a bunch of other stuff. I am not a fan of most reality shows, but this one I love. The designs often turn out interestingly. The challenges range from amazing to silly, and the banter from the judges is funny, but can turn pretty raw sometimes. I wouldn't want to be a competitor with a bad design, and sometimes Judge Michael Kors reaches too, too hard to be cuttingly clever. Each episode opens with a new challenge for the designers and allows the audience to eavesdrop as the designers shop for materials (they make clothes out of everything from candy, to fabrics, to paper), sketch a design from a given inspiration, and often fight like cats and dogs as the competition heats up. For me, there's a bit too much crying and whining, but others may find that satisfying.

I've watched every season - like 13 of them. My husband claims he can't stand the show but I catch him laughing at the commentary or at designer-mentor Tim Gunn's jokes. The show is clever, entertaining, and engaging for anyone who likes to see new fashions. Brain candy, eye candy, and pretty amusing when designs go wrong.
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E LaffeyReviewed in the United States on April 24, 2013
4.0 out of 5 stars
Pretty good show
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I really enjoy this series. Just something simple and fun to watch. For a reality show. It feels like a lot of stuff happens off camera though, like production team manipulating the 'reality' of the competition. If you watch it, you'll see what I'm talking about. I realize this happens in every reality competition series, but it's a little obvious for this show. Too many faked scenes.
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Charr C.Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fantastic
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Fantastic series!
Margaret GayleReviewed in the United States on March 7, 2013
3.0 out of 5 stars
20% is great; the balance is just okay.
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I'm a fan of the inventive designs and the sewing/construction that goes into the clothes, much more than the interpersonal dramas, the nutty contests the producers put the designers through, or the concept of kicking someone out each week. So, for me, about 20% of each show is really interesting because it's about creativity, and the rest is just the same old stuff -- stress, tears and sleep deprivation. Tim Gunn brings a lot more insight to each garment in mid-construction than the judges do at the end. Meanwhile, the participants are given too little time to shop for materials and to sew their garments, and this time shortage results in poorer designs throughout the series, so that's disappointing. An extra hour at Mood and a humane extra day for one or two of the more complicated challenges would allow some of the designers to reach a whole new level with their art, and that would be interesting.

That said, except for quilting, there are very few TV choices for those interested in sewing. It's pretty much Project Runway or Sewing with Nancy (couldn't be more different) ... thus even with its flaws, it's way better to have Project Runway as a viewing option than not to have it.
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niapcodReviewed in the United States on July 24, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
It has Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum nuff said
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ArtloverReviewed in the United States on December 16, 2013
1.0 out of 5 stars
GREED NOT GOOD
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Purchased the whole Season 9 through Amazon Instant Video because no DVD's offered anymore (I have all 8 previous seasons on DVD). Had some problems with poor connections but I think this might have been due to needing a new router. My problem is that PR is no longer on DVD's and feel doing this through Instant Video is the biggest ripoff seen in many a year. The fact that the producers are shoving this down our throats leaves a very repugnant taste in my mouth. As long as Project Runway works this way, they have permanently lost a buyer in me. I love the show, but will not participate in perpetuating this kind of greed further. If I could, I'd review it with a minus 10.
18 people found this helpful
Granny123goReviewed in the United States on April 19, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
What can I say about Project Runway
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No matter what season, the show is great. I am always amazed to see what the designers come up with considering the time restraints that they are on. I especially like the challenges where they have to use unconventional materials. I have a great imagination but I could never come up with the ideas that the designers do. I love Heidi and Tim too. They make the show. It just wouldn't be Project Runway without them.
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periclesReviewed in the United States on September 3, 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
A Big YES for Project Runway!
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If you like fashion and the process of imagining and creating it, you'll LOVE Project Runway! Highs, lows, narrow escapes, and from riding high on a win to the disappointment of going home on a flop--it's tense in that workroom, and worse on the runway. It is fascinating to watch as the process unfolds for each designer, and to see both the camaraderie and competition among the various personalities. The judges provide astute criticisms, from boredom and annoyance to cutting sarcasm, and from praise and enthusiasm to high excitement. The beloved Tim Gunn is wonderful as the caring and insightful mentor who guides the contestants through it all!
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