Amas de Casa Desesperadas is one of the Latin-tailored versions of Desperate Housewives, the Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning American television comedy-drama series created by Marc Cherry. It debuted on 21 May 2007 on Teleamazonas and on 1 October 2007 on RCN TV.
Auld Ones is an Irish animated television programme broadcast on RTÉ Two. It featured the antics of two Dublin pensioners, Bernie and Mary who sit at a bus stop reminiscing about their youthful adventures. The programme symbolises the tedium and meaninglessness of human life, which loosely connects the characters to one of the themes of existentialist philosophy. Divided into two series, it aired on Mondays at 22:40 and is a Wireless Production.
Cracked is a Scottish comedy drama, which was broadcast on STV. Created and written by Clare Hemphill and Kate Donnelly, the drama series is set in a Scottish countryside residential rehab clinic, a place where people with various mental and emotional problems check themselves in for some professional tender loving care. Over six episodes, the series deals with issues that are difficult and dark, but also more light hearted and comical situations. Cracked was produced by STV Productions in 2005, but due to the lack of appropriate regional time-slots, the series wasn't broadcast until 2008, where it was shown on Thursday nights at 10:40pm, taking the place of popular comedy-drama High Times.
The Mavis Bramston Show was an Australian made television satirical sketch comedy series that aired on the Seven Network from 1964 to 1968.
Marinara is a Philippine drama-fantasy-comedy series produced by GMA Network and directed by Enrico Quizon and Soxy Topacio. Dubbed as the first "Kwelanovela", Marinara was launched June 21, 2004 as part of the network's 54th anniversary.
lonelygirl15 is an interactive web-based video series which began in June 2006 and ran through to August 1, 2008. Developed under the working title The Children of Anchor Cove, the show gained worldwide media attention when it was outed as fictional in September 2006.
Love to Love is a youth oriented romance-based show on Filipino television. It airs on the GMA Network. GMA decided to finally end the series with its 12th and final season featuring only one season mini-series instead of the usual two. As of April 4, 2011 the entire series from the first season currently re-airs on GMA Life TV worldwide.
Judgement Day was a short-lived gameshow that broadcast on ITV, and presented by comedian and entertainer Brian Conley. The show was broadcast on Saturday nights, but due to low viewing figures of about 3 million the show was pulled after two episodes. This was the final show by Conley to be shown on ITV. Following this, he went on to perform on stage, and within the past year, has made a TV comeback on the BBC. Whilst this is classed as ITV's lowest ratings, their reality show, Tycoon was pulled temporarily after just figures of 1.9 million, and The Marriage Ref in 2011, which sunk to just 1.4 million viewers. One of the winners of the show, Jonny Breeze, won £30,000 but this was one of the episodes that never aired.
The Wedding Album is an American television pilot ordered by the Fox Network for the 2006-2007 television season. It was picked up for series order as a midseason replacement during the 2006-2007 television season. However, shortly after this, Fox ended development on the show, and replaced it with a similar project, The Wedding Bells, which received a midseason pick up.
The State of Us is a four-part comedy sketch show which broadcast on Irish television channel RTÉ One on Sunday nights at 21:40. It stars Risteárd Cooper, well known in Ireland for his part in the Après Match sketches. It is written by Gerard Stembridge and Risteárd Cooper and focuses on the clash between politicians and the media. It is filmed mostly in and around the RTÉ studios at Montrose. The first episode was broadcast on Sunday 22 April 2007. Each episode focuses on a key Irish issue, with topics covered including the transport crisis, the health service debate and the justice portfolio. The show is presented in spoof documentary form. It was commissioned for broadcast at the time of the build-up to the 2007 general election. The show poked fun at well-known media personalities including Late Late Show host Pat Kenny, retired chat-show host Gay Byrne, radio and television personality Gerry Ryan, Nationwide presenter Michael Ryan, sports commentator George Hamilton, radio veteran Marian Finucane, Winning Streak and Mooney Goes Wild presenter Derek Mooney, Liveline host Joe Duffy, journalist Fintan O'Toole, Prime Time presenter Miriam O'Callaghan and Newstalk broadcaster George Hook. Politicians featured include Tánaiste Michael McDowell, Labour Party leader Pat Rabbitte, former Labour leader Joan Burton, Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny, Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams, Minister for Transport Martin Cullen, Minister for Defence Willie O'Dea and Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, who never actually appeared in the show but can be heard taunting and insulting other politicians on their mobile phones and in one exchange begging to be accepted for an interview with Pat Kenny. Minister for Health, Mary Harney also made a voice-appearance on radio during the series.
Sticky Moments was a satirical British television game show that aired on Channel 4 in 1989 and 1990. It was hosted by the comedian Julian Clary.
Let Loose Live, premiering on Sunday 29 May 2005, was an hour-long Australian live sketch comedy television programme loosely based on Saturday Night Live. At least two-thirds of each episode's content was broadcast live, requiring a large cast & crew. The show was broadcast on the Seven Network on Sunday nights at 8:30 PM, but was axed after just two episodes due to disappointing ratings. It was not replaced; instead, the Seven Network's regular Sunday night movies returned to the 8.30 slot. Let Loose Live's cancellation was announced the day after the second episode aired. Tim Worner, Seven's programming boss, conceded that it did not live up to expectations despite being strongly promoted. According to OzTAM, 955,000 viewers tuned in to its pilot episode, but then the ratings plummeted almost by a third to 650,000 the following week. Not long after the cancellation, the Seven Network announced plans to reinstate the series during the summer season, but nothing came of it. Prior to the show's debut, director Ted Emery remarked in an interview that Let Loose Live would either 'soar majestically, or crash and burn'.
Funday PawPet Show is an Internet show that is cast by puppet characters. It was created by Randy "Yappy" Fox in November 1999 and is broadcast over the Internet on Sunday nights from 16:00 to 20:00 EST from his home in Kissimmee, Florida. Before November 25, 2007 the show aired from 19:00 to 23:00 EST, but this was changed due to an increasing international audience. The show is also performed live at the Megaplex furry convention, held in Kissimmee, Florida, as well as at Anthrocon, held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Funday PawPet Show has sparked a few imitations, such as Fluff & Such Productions, PawPets West, and PawPet North Coast. Other puppetry events, such as Lionel Scritchie's Dormitory at Eurofurence were partially inspired by the Funday PawPet Show.
1DOL was a Filipino musical comedy-drama TV series that aired on ABS-CBN's primetime block. It featured one of the biggest and brightest stars in Philippine showbiz: Sarah Geronimo, Sam Milby and Coco Martin as the lead characters. The show was cancelled on October 22, 2010, garnering only 35 episodes in total.
Mrs. & Mr. Sharma Allahabadwale is an Indian TV serial which aired on SAB TV from 17 May 2010 to 27 January 2011. The show shares the comic spirit and journey of a small town family with the struggle of a middle-class family. Mrs. & Mr. Sharma Allahabadwale aired every Monday to Thursday at 9:30 PM in India.
Monster Madhouse is an American public-access television cable TV and Internet horror movie program. The show is hosted by horror host Karlos Borloff, played by Washington DC native Jerry Moore.
John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together is a 1979 Christmas television special starring Jim Henson's Muppets and singer/songwriter John Denver. In the United Kingdom, it was shown on BBC1 on December 22, 1979 - only eight days after an episode of The Muppet Show featuring Denver had aired on ITV. The special has never been released in any standard home media video format and there are currently no plans to release it.
The King is Dead is a British comedy show created, written by and starring Simon Bird. Also presenting are Nick Mohammed and Katy Wix. It aired on Thursdays at 10.30pm on BBC Three, with repeats on both Friday and Saturday.
The Seven Stupidest Things to Escape From is a television comedy programme in which Jonathan Goodwin, the extreme escapologist tries to come up with the stupidest things to escape from. These include 50,000 bees and a dog.
Wil Time Bigtime is a former Philippine prime time variety game show broadcast by TV5. The show premiered on October 23, 2010, with its main host Willie Revillame. The show celebrated its first anniversary at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Philippine TV on October 22, 2011. The show ended its run on January 5, 2013, and a new show, Wowowillie, was launched as its replacement on January 26, 2013.