Pass the Buck is a game show that aired on CBS television's daytime lineup from April 3 to June 30, 1978. The series was hosted by Bill Cullen and was created by Bob Stewart. Bob Clayton was the announcer.
The $64,000 Question is an American game show broadcast from 1955–1958, which became embroiled in the scandals involving TV quiz shows of the day. The $64,000 Challenge was its popular spin-off show.
50 Cent: The Money and the Power is a canceled reality show that initially premiered November 6, 2008 on MTV and is now regularly aired on MTV2. The show was hosted by 50 Cent and follows the same mold as The Apprentice. It was meant to serve as a "visual companion" to 50 Cent's book The 50th Law, which he co-wrote with Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power.
A Double Shot at Love is an American reality television dating game show which first aired weekly on MTV from December 9, 2008 to February 3, 2009. It is a spin-off of A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila. The show, like its predecessor, is a bisexual-themed dating competition where 12 hetero males and 12 lesbian females live in a house with Rikki and Vikki and compete for their attention and affection. One of the contestants, Kandice Hutchinson, died in a car crash shortly after the end of production. Out of respect to her family, the producers edited Hutchinson's scenes to remove some of her more outrageous behavior. The second episode of the series was dedicated to her memory. On August 4, 2010, Vikki posted on her Myspace blog that she and Trevor had split up. The show's theme song is "Ooh Uh Huh", performed by Millionaires.
Texas Justice is a syndicated American arbitration-based reality court show. In the program, cases were run by former Houston attorney Larry Joe Doherty, and the program was recorded at the studios of Fox station KRIV in Houston, Texas. The series lasted for 4¹⁄2 seasons in syndication from March 26, 2001 until May 20, 2005. It was cancelled in September 2005. In most markets, the program was replaced by Judge Alex; that program also tapes at KRIV. For a time in early February 2010, reruns of Texas Justice began airing on Ion Television until February 19. In, September 2010, the show was turned over to its sister network ION Life and aired there until September 2011. It currently airs at 7am and 12pm Monday-Friday, on YouToo TV.
Street Crime UK was a reality television series focusing on law enforcement in various parts of the United Kingdom, as police go about their duties on the streets of Britain's towns and cities. The police officers featuring in episodes discussed work, responding to 999 calls, enforcing public order, raid premises allegedly being used for illegal purposes, pursuing and arresting various suspects, transporting them to the police station after they are arrested. The show was narrated by Susan Rae, who often updated the viewers as to whether the arrested were charged/tried/convicted etc. and sometimes given details of the sentences/penalties that were imposed on them for their lawbreaking, also updating on current events. Street Crime UK was originally shown on Bravo and was later repeated on Virgin 1. There have been four series in total. The programme also featured police clips, previously broadcast on ITV's reality police series Crimefighters. Street Crime UK was replaced by Brit Cops: Frontline Crime in 2008.
Now You See It is an American television game show created by Frank Wayne for Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions. Two seasons were produced, and both aired on CBS. The first season ran from April 1, 1974 until June 13, 1975, and was hosted by Jack Narz. The second season ran from April 3 until July 14, 1989 and was emceed by veteran Los Angeles news anchor Chuck Henry. Johnny Olson was the original announcer, with Gene Wood substituting on occasion. Los Angeles disc jockey Mark Driscoll announced for the first month of the 1989 season, with Don Morrow replacing him for the remainder of the run. Although several tweaks to the game were made over the time Now You See It was on the air, the core format remained the same. Contestants competed to find words on a grid that was similar to a word search puzzle that served as answers to questions asked by the host.
Would Like To Meet is a British reality television dating series, first broadcast on BBC 2 in 2001. Presented by Lowri Turner, it featured relationship expert Tracey Cox, confidence coach Steven Anderson and celebrity stylist Jay Hunt, who each used their expertise to help a singleton find a date. The show ran for three series until 2003. This was followed by a one-off celebrity special in 2004 where the experts helped TV presenter Esther Rantzen. The series led to numerous success stories, one of whom was Jon Massey, the subject of programme two of series two. As a direct result of his being featured in the programme, he was contacted after transmission by a woman who became his future wife. Having changed his name in the meantime to Jon McKnight, he was married at The Ritz in London on 19 December 2004. Jeremy Milnes, who had acted as his confidence coach during the filming of the programme, and Alannah Richardson, the series producer, were guests of honour at the wedding in the hotel's Marie Antoinette Suite.
Lily is an American comedy variety show television special aired by CBS Television in 1973. The writing crew of 15 all received an Emmy Award for their efforts on this show. This program was the first of three specials, preceding Lily in 1974, and The Lily Tomlin Special in 1975.
Staatsanwalt Posch ermittelt was a pseudo-documentary series that aired on RTL 2007/2008. The series was in Cologne and surrounding areas of the film and television production company produces filmpool in two seasons. The first season consisted of 132 one-hour episodes. The first 95 were on 5 February 2007 to 22 June 2007, the consequences 96-132 of 20 August 2007 to 12 Aired in October 2007. Of 25 June 2007 to 17 August 2007 showed 40 episodes of season one as repetitions. The second season came from 19 November 2007 with 42 half-hour episodes. Because of low rates was set to broadcast the series in the afternoon program. All remaining sequences, which were already being produced were from 26 February always clock in the morning at 5:10 aired. On 18 April 2008 was initially shown the last new episode, however, continue to be repeated in the early morning broadcast. As is typical for a pseudo-documentary thriller, the protagonist of Christopher Posch work, already known from the juvenile court, prosecutors and the police work closely together. Supported by three investigators team learns to know the audience well as private and personal pages of the prosecutor.
Bad Sex is an American reality television series airing on Logo. The series follows 10 diverse participants undergoing a two-month program with sex specialist Chris Donaghue. The participants are male and female, gay and hetero, range in age from 20 to forty-years-old. They attend a group therapy session with issues ranging from dangerous promiscuity to clinical frigidity, from violent sex addiction to compulsive public sex. Under his supervision in the sex therapy group program they'll finally address their deep-rooted issues around sex, infidelity, trust, relational intimacy and sexual addiction.
Boom! was an American reality television series that aired on Spike TV in 2005. It featured a group of demolition experts using explosives to destroy objects such as trailers, houses, boats and cars. Often, the suggestions on what should be blown up were sent in by home viewers via a "BOOM! Mailbag". Each episode covered obtaining the materials, cleaning, gutting, and rigging the thing with explosives, and then making the final countdown and pushing the detonator, and watching the devastation.
The Common Denominator is a quiz show that has aired on Channel 4 since 18 February 2013. The programme is hosted by Phil Spencer.
Place the Face is an American game show that aired on CBS and NBC from 1953 to 1955. The series was hosted by Jack Smith, Jack Bailey, and then Bill Cullen. Jack Narz was the announcer.
Police Women is a collective title of an American reality documentary series on the TLC network that follows female members of law enforcement agencies in different communities, at work and at home. Camera crews film them doing their everyday jobs. It is similar in most respects to COPS, a long-running reality show on the Fox Network that also documents the work of police agencies in the United States.
Trick It Out: MTV's Tuner Challenge, is an MTV reality television show focusing on automobile modification. The show airs primarily on MTV2 and is hosted by award-winning car tuner, RJ de Vera, and narrated by MTV news personality, Sway Calloway. The show is a tournament-style competition to find out who is the "most creative, resourceful, and ingenious Tuner in the nation". Each crew of four Tuners from rival car modification shops in Southern California gets a similar car to start with, 14 days, and $15,000 to do their very best cosmetic work. In the end, the teams are judged by de Vera on criteria such as craftsmanship, creativity, and the ability to have a theme. The winning crew gets to go home with their car, as well as the car of the losing team. Each episode of the 30-minute show would follow the two teams as they took their cars from the planning stage to completion. Various situations, both positive and negative, would be highlighted, such as bad paint jobs, incomplete features, and insight into the creation of different features for the cars. The tournament featured 8 teams from car modification shops in Southern California. Each round offered different rules for the contestants to follow.
Orange UnsignedAct is a Channel 4 talent competition, with bands and artists competing for a recording contract with Universal Music, a £60,000 advance, a single released after the series, an album deal and a multi-media marketing campaign. Previous iterations of the show have been called MobileAct unsigned, whereby a similar prize was awarded to the winner in 2007 The show is sponsored by Orange and Sony Ericsson.
Hotlines is an American reality television series about adventures in exotic, fun hotspots. The series was hosted by Deirdre Delaney, Scott Gurney, Ivana Bozilovic and Stacy Kamano, the first two of whom were also its producers. In each episode, the hosts would be shown engaging in various outdoor activities such as scuba diving, sky diving and jungle walks. Intercut with the footage, two or more of the female hosts would occasionally talk to the camera, explaining how exciting, scary or fun a particular situation had been. Hotlines was originally shown on Spike TV from 2003 to 2004.
The Superior Sex was a Canadian game show television series which aired on CBC Television in 1961.
The Kate Smith Show is a half-hour variety program which aired on CBS television from January 25 to July 18, 1960. The program features singer Kate Smith and the Harry Simeone Chorale.