1. Glee Glee

    Raised money to benefit the Grammy Foundation and Grammy In The Schools by selling preview screening packages of the show. Also aired an episode that celebrated diversity when they choreographed a dance to "Proud Mary" using wheelchairs.

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  2. American Idol American Idol

    The show's two-hour fundraising event, Idol Gives Back, returned to FOX on Wednesday, April 21 and raised more than $45 million.

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  3. Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution

    The Naked Chef, Jamie Oliver, brought his signature inspirational hands-on cooking techniques to America's unhealthiest town, Huntington, West Virginia. He went there to educate people on the merits of healthy eating and change the public school's attitude and rules about what they serve their children.

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  4. The Buried Life The Buried Life

    Relying on goodwill, guts and gumption, Duncan, Ben, Dave and Jonnie traveled the globe in a purple transit bus to complete a list of "100 things to do before you die" encouraging others to go after their own lists.

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  5. Whale Wars Whale Wars

    The program followed Paul Watson, founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, as he and his crew attempted to deter Japanese ships that hunt whales off the coast of Antarctica.

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