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Project Runway: Under the Gunn 1 Season 2014

On Under The Gunn on Lifetime, Tim Gunn mentors Project Runway alumni who now must prove they have the vision and business savvy to mentor, coach and manage their own crop of designers.

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April 10, 2014

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1. Who Is Under the Gunn?

In a fast and furious six hour challenge, a fresh group of designers compete to catch the eye of one or more of the Under the Gunn mentors. In the end, the tables are turned and the mentors learn that they too are Under the Gunn!

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2. The Mentor Face Off

Seven new designers compete to impress the mentors in hopes of snagging a final spot on Under the Gunn. But in the end it is the mentors who have to battle it out and impress the designers!

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3. Red Carpet Showdown

The designers and mentors take a Hollywood bus tour and are asked to create a red carpet look for a celebrity! Some struggle and some succeed, but it is mentor Nick who finds himself in big trouble with Mr. Gunn.

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4. Unconventional Vampire

Inspired by a nighttime spooky Vampire world, the designers must use unconventional materials to create a look that the judges will sink their teeth into.

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5. Hit the Stage

The designers are tasked with designing a look for the pop sensation and star Zendaya! Zendaya wears the winning look at a concert.

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6. Pompeii Team Challenge

In the first team challenge of the season, the designers must work together to create "mini collections." The mentors are thrust into new territory when they learn that mentors are also therapists....and referees!

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7. Steampunk Chic

The designers are challenged to create an avant-garde, steampunk look which has some of them excited and others stumped. A frustrated Anya confronts one of her designers questioning if he actually created the work presented in his portfolio.

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8. It's an Unconventional Beach Party

The designers soak up some California sun and then must use the materials from the beach party to create their looks.

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9. Trouble in the Lounge

After a heated argument in the lounge, the mentors confront the judges. Macklemore joins the panel.

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10. Crossing Teams

The designers are placed in pairs across mentor groups. How do the mentors handle it when they have to work together to mentor teams?

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11. The Benefit of Fashion

The designers are paired with clients who have specific fashion needs. Some excel at this real world challenge and some struggle. One designer gets an unexpected twist midway through the challenge.

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12. Superhero Fashion

The designers are inspired by Marvel comic superheroes. This final challenge decides which designers and mentors will make it to the Under the Gunn finale. Jamie Alexander joins the panel.

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13. Finale

In this fast-paced, race to the final episode, the designers have just three days to create collections. They show them off in front of a huge live audience in a spectacular runway show. Heidi Klum and Neil Patrick Harris guest judge.

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Product Details

Genres Reality TV, Drama
Season year 2014
Network A&E Television Networks
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I love it! Tim Gunn is an entrepreneur, a great businessman, and a man with a heart. I love how he takes his experiences, however negative or positive, and uses them to foster others along in their careers. Now he teaches recent runway winners how to qualify as quality mentors. It's not easy! I really am enjoying this new concept and how the players are learning from and affecting each other. Of course, the projects, as usual, are fascinating to see 'unfold'! :)
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Observing others plumb the depths of their creative ability under pressure is exciting. Most of the designers have obviously spent many hours honing their skills. So for me it's always an above average treat to see real creativity unfold. As for the mentors it remains to be seen if they are up for the challenge themselves or if their task to guide and inspire the designers is even authentic or just the prop needed to have another design show. But I'm all for another design show so "Go Tim Gunn!"
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By El Gordo on February 21, 2014
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With Heidi Klum, I thought that this show would be a flop. Well, I was totally wrong. Tim Gunn is the man and this show is much better with a host and mentor who really knows his stuff.
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Love the show and Tim and Nick!!! I thought the pettiness and meaness of Anya and Mondo was ridiculous and uncalled for!:( How would they have felt if people were doing that to them when they were on there season... Shame on them!
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If you don't like project runway, you won't like this one either, but if you are like me and love Project Runway, you will love Under the gun.
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This Project Runway spinoff stresses all the bad elements of its parent, including the principal one: Angst over Art. In the original Runway, Tim Gunn mentors the designers, who often spat and denigrate each other. Here, Gunn mentors three past Runway participants, who then act as mentor to their own small group of designers. So now the designers can spat, the mentors can spat, and the clothes get moved even farther to the back of the stage. Indeed, Project Runway is all about personal validation, rather than validation of one's art, and it wouldn't be part of the Runway franchise if we didn't have tears and self-pity and pretensions of hipness, which we get in spades this time around. There's an episode of disgusting bullying by people who themselves claim to have been bullied (including one of the mentors), as well as a moment involving a confession of attempted suicide that seems to be nothing but a pathetic bid for sympathy to avoid elimination. Tim Gunn, who has now become a caricature of himself, acquiesces in the bullying, not at all to his credit. Then there are the judges, a second rate trio if there ever was one, including one loud-mouthed person who is nothing but smoke and mirrors. I won't divulge the ultimate winners, of course, but I will say that the show partially redeems itself by selecting correctly at the very end. If you enjoy the slummy aspects of Runway, this will appeal to you. If you hate the fact that Runway is like professional wrestling, then you might want to steer clear.
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What's not to like? Its got more Tim Gunn and focuses on mentoring creative people rather than criticizing them. It also shows the growth of the mentors themselves. I'm enjoying it.
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By Deborah on January 18, 2014
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I liked seeing previous winners acting as mentors. It gave me an opportunity to experience their growth and success. Looking forward to next week.
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