I Luv NY, is a television program of GMA Network. This is the first Philippine TV soap taped in New York City. The show is shot in different locations in New York, where the four main characters lived and encountered many problems and adventures. The series received a viewership rating of 33.4% for its whole run. From March 4, 2011 until June 30, 2011 the series re-aired on GMA Life TV worldwide.
Road Hockey Rumble is a half-hour reality series produced by Paperny Entertainment and broadcast on OLN. The series uses a documentary format but crosses over into the genres of sports, travel, and comedy. It follows two Canadian hosts, Calum MacLeod and Mark McGuckin playing their way across Canada in a 13 game grudge match series of Road Hockey. From British Columbia to Newfoundland and all of the territories, they tap into the rivalries, legends and grit of Canada’s most colourful and competitive towns. Friends in life but rivals in hockey, each host drafts their own team of locals to battle it out on the court. A number of past and present NHL hockey players have made appearances or been showcased in the series including Jordin Tootoo, Jason King, Wade Redden, Eric Staal, David Ling, Duane Sutter, Éric Bélanger, Terry Ryan, Tyler Arnason and Eric Chouinard. The show has also featured Canadian Gold Medal Champion Curler Russ Howard and 4 Time World's Strongest Man Magnús Ver Magnússon. The complete series was released on DVD on July 1, 2009.
Nass Mlah City 3 is a 2005 Algerian comedy TV series directed by Djafar Gacem and broadcast by ENTV. It first aired in Algeria on 22 October 2005 and has since produced well over 65 episodes.
Idol Backstage was a companion show to Australian Idol distributed by Australia's largest telecommunications company, Telstra, and promoted in clips on the main show. It followed the pranks, gags and interviews of host Josh Zepps as he roamed behind the scenes of the Australian Idol set as the show went to air. It was produced by Idol's production company, FremantleMedia, in the form of one commercial half-hour per week over four clips. There were 54 episodes in total, with additional content available online and on mobile phones. It premiered on 28 August 2006.
Nass Mlah City 2 is a 2004 Algerian comedy TV series directed by Maouid Maâel and broadcast by ENTV. It first aired in Algeria on 27 November 2004 and has since produced well over 45 episodes.
The Tokyo Shock Boys is a Japanese group of five men who perform dangerous and crude stunts. In 2012 they announced on the Dengeki Network 'Day long takeover' that they had a new member only known as or the Latin 'Joshua', who has now been seen to be 'Baggott' as his nick and brand name suggests from products. The group was formed in Tokyo in 1990. The Tokyo Shock Boys have a huge cult following in Japan and have appeared in many other locales, such as Australia, Canada, Germany and Scotland in the United Kingdom. In 2006 they made appearances in Japanorama, Adam & Joe go Tokyo and the Dirty Sanchez movie. However, their shows are viewed as having more 'magic' stunts rather than painful ones. This was proven in Dirty Sanchez: The Movie as the Tokyo Shock Boys refused to do a show with Dirty Sanchez due to the fact they viewed their stunts to be too extreme. The members of the group are: ⁕Gyuzo ⁕Danna Koyanagi a.k.a. "Buns of Steel" ⁕Sangojugo ⁕Nanbu Torata ⁕Josheu Baggott On volume 2 of the manga Yu-Gi-Oh!, when asked to slide one's foot inside a shoe with a scorpion, Yugi, Jonouchi, and Honda respond, "Who do you think we are, the Tokyo Shock Boys?"
The Tea Ladies was an Australian situation comedy series produced for Network Ten in 1978. The series was produced by the same company that at the time was producing Australian versions of UK comedy shows Father, Dear Father and Doctor in the House. The producer of these programs, William G. Stewart, had earlier produced a pilot episode for a UK situation comedy series based on a group of tea ladies and resurrected the concept as The Tea Ladies in Australia. The Tea Ladies was set in Parliament House and followed the exploits of four tea ladies at work. The regular cast included Pat McDonald and Sue Jones. The series was produced at ATV-0 in Melbourne. It began on air 14 September 1978 with each episode being broadcast in an 8.30 p.m. slot almost immediately after studio shooting was complete. The series had a run of just eight 30-minute episodes.
Sports Action Team is a half-hour comedy television series that ran for two seasons in 2006-2007. It was aired by some affiliates of the NBC network and the high definition channel HDNet. It was a semi-improvisational mockumentary depicting the production of a fictional sports news show of the same name. Originally intended as a sport-related program to fill air time after Sunday football games on the west coast, the first season eventually expanded to most major NBC markets around the country. The show's second season is shot in high definition, and is distributed by MGM. It is produced by Chicago-based Towers Productions, Inc. The regular cast is Al Samuels, Kevin Fleming, Steven Fleming, Antoine McKay, Katie Nahnsen, and Niki Lindgren, who have a background in Chicago area improvisational theater and play characters with the same first names. It also regularly features appearances by professional athletes. Athletes that have made appearances on the show include Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat, Rudi Johnson of the Cincinnati Bengals, former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka, Randy Moss of the New England Patriots, Patrick Willis of the San Francisco 49ers, and IndyCar racer Danica Patrick. Several non-athletes have made appearances, such as The Tonight Show host Conan O'Brien and former Access Hollywood host Nancy O'Dell. Each show includes several appearances by athletes who are included in the shows plot lines.
Just Say Julie is an American combination comedy/music video show starring and created by comedian and singer Julie Brown. The series aired from 1989 to 1992 on MTV in the United States, where it aired on Friday nights during its run.
Rubbery Figures was a satirical rubber puppet series that screened in Australia in various forms from 1984 to 1990. It appeared on TV comedies like The ABC's Rubbery Figures and Fast Forward. It featured puppets of major political and social characters.
Haywire is a sketch comedy television series which was aired by Fox Broadcasting Company as part of its 1990-91 lineup. Haywire included segments such as: "Mind Your Manners with Billy Quan", which described etiquette for kung fu practitioners, which was originally a sketch from the Seattle based sketch comedy show, "Almost Live!"; "The Persuaders", in which cast members attempted to persuade people on the street to do unusual, zany things; and "Thrillseekers", in which the introduction to the old Chuck Connors show was used to introduce people who had boring jobs or who were in very mundane, nonthreatening situations. Other features included commercial spoofs and showing scenes from both old black-and-white films and shots of people on the street with redubbed and presumably funnier dialogue. Between each segment a Bill Plympton animation would run. The program was cancelled in January 1991.
Pirate TV is an American sketch comedy series that aired on MTV. The series premiered January 26, 1990.
The Naked Vicar Show is a satirical Australian radio, television series. The classic Australian sitcom Kingswood Country was spawned from sketches in the series. The series was written and produced by Gary Reilly and Tony Sattler and made by their company RS Productions for ABC Radio, later for Triple J, before making a record titled The Naked Vicar Show in 1975, and being adapted successfully for television to Channel Seven: the series premiered in 1977 and ended in 1978. The stars also performed a live cabaret season of the show during 1976. The series starred comedy actress Noeline Brown, veteran announcer Kevin Golsby and actor-comedian Ross Higgins, with a supporting cast including Colin McEwan, Julie McGregor, and Laurel McGowan.
Lo Ho Gayi Pooja Iss Ghar Ki was aired on SAB TV June 30, 2008 and ended on March 12th 2009. The show is replaced by Gunwale Dulhania Le Jayenge from March 16, 2009.
Galacticast is an award winning web series created by Rudy Jahchan and Casey McKinnon. The first episode aired on May 8, 2006. The program is a sketch comedy video blog that parodies the latest science fiction or internet meme and responds to feedback from their loyal fanbase. Though it first launched as a variety channel, it later switched exclusively to comedy. After a lengthy hiatus, the show came back in November 2008 with a fake commercial produced for comic artist Tony Moore.
Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills is an American 1986 situation comedy broadcast Friday night at 8:30 p.m Eastern time by CBS starring Harvey Korman, Valerie Perrine, Sue Ball, and their lovable monkey Bernard. Leo and Liz Green were nouveau riche social climbers who had just moved to posh Beverly Hills from New Jersey and were desperate to fit in with their new surroundings, which they found to be quite intimidating. They had typical sitcom problems including zany servants, odd neighbors, and pretentious, snobbish in-laws, as their daughter Mitzi Sue Ball had married into a family of "old" money. The pilot for this program had been aired the fall before as part of George Burns Comedy Week. However, the program failed to deliver an audience as a mid season replacement and was canceled after only six regular weekly episodes were aired.