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People throw away perfectly good items everyday worldwide. Waste is universal. This TV series originated in New Zealand but moved to the States. Each episode focuses on a different wasteful family. Conservationists then show them the error of their ways and teach them new opportunities to have a smaller carbon imprint. The ideas to reduce waste shown on this program can easily be adapted to any home.

Wa$ted! is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (34 episodes). The series first aired on April 9, 2008.

Where do I stream Wa$ted! online? Wa$ted! is available for streaming on Planet Green, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wa$ted! on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Google Play online.

Wednesdays at 8:00 PM on Planet Green
3 Seasons, 34 Episodes
April 9, 2008
Cast: Annabelle Gurwitch, Holter Graham
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Wa$ted! Full Episode Guide

  • Five Star Kennels spends over $7000 per year just on paper towels alone. Can Annabelle help this business to reduce on waste?

  • Annabelle has a lot of work to do to try to convince the advertising agency, EFK, to stop wasting paper.

  • A couple has 4 kids under the age of two and they're all in diapers.

  • The Space family believes that the Earth will never run out of electricity.

  • Mrs. New Jersey and her family live a glamorous lifestyle, but because of that are very wasteful.

  • Rudy, Matt and Randall have a good balance of work and play, but they are leaving a wasteful trail behind them.

  • Making children happy is this business's motto, but the use of toxic paint and polish and the discarding of plates and other supplies is bad for the environment.

  • A family of five is very wasteful but the oldest son would like his family to change.

  • This true to life "Brady Bunch" style family of nine is creating far more waste than necessary. Can Wa$ted host, Annabelle Gurwitch, teach them how to reduce their waste or will her challenge tear the family apart?

  • A beauty salon has environmental challenges no household could imagine. Annabelle and Holter offer stylish solutions and even show the owners how to recycle all that hair!

  • With three generations living together, this family's 1800's vintage house generates huge energy bills. Annabelle and Holter show them innovative ways to cut costs, change bad habits and protect the environment.

  • Elle McGee's world dramatically changed when husband Ed was called to active duty in Iraq, leaving her on her own with a chilly house and baby son, Malachi. Elle goes into eco-plan overdrive when Annabelle and Holter come to the rescue.

  • At a busy pre-school, Annabelle and Holter instruct children and teachers alike about ways to go green. A new game turns the kids onto recycling, and their teachers learn to start setting the example with new, eco-friendly products.

  • The Salome home redefines 'excess'.The family spends an astounding $20,000 a year on utilities. But if money's no object, the way the Salome's trash the planet certainly is, making this Annabelle and Holter's biggest challenge yet.

  • The Ehrlich family observes Orthodox Jewish teaching to the letter of the law. Annabelle and Holter help them learn to keep faith with the environment as well.

  • Annabelle and Holter visit Mike and Julie's dream house which is sapping their savings with huge energy costs and family habits that need to change. Mom, Dad, four kids, and even their three dogs and two cats, take on Annabelle's challenge.

  • This suburban firehouse never closes. And in a 24/7 world, the lights stay on, the doors stay open and there's lots of trash. From recycling to recipes, Annabelle and Holter show 20 firefighters how to green up their place of business.

  • Classes officially start for the girls that live at the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority House, when Annabelle and Holter give them their assignments. Will they get an A in waste management or will it turn out to be a wasted opportunity?

  • A young family in the process of restoring their vintage home, use toxic chemicals and live with dangerous indoor fumes from paint strippers and household cleaning supplies. Annabelle and Holter introduce them to an array of eco-friendly alternatives.