Kung Ako Ikaw is a reality comedy television show in the Philippines that airs three times a week on the GMA Network. It replaces three sitcoms aired by the network; namely, Who's Your Daddy Now?, Bahay Mo Ba 'To, and HP: To The Highest Level Na!. The show is part of the network's GMA KiliTV block.
New Monkees was the name of both a US pop rock music group, and a 1987 syndicated television show featuring the group.
Dustin's Daily News is an Irish television chat/comedy show, broadcast on RTÉ Two. The show is hosted by Dustin the Turkey of The Den, with his assistant Sinéad Ni Churnain as a co-host. Two series have been produced. The first series began on 19 September 2005 and ran until 29 April 2006. The second series was aired between September 2006 and April 2007. The show takes place in the Dublin Mountains where Dustin has established his own network news channel. While Dustin is always able to avoid getting captured by the butcher in the opening sequence, he has had another villain to contend with during the run of the show. The infamous Martin Duck planned a takeover of Dustin's news channel, but he was foiled by gardaí.
Drop the Beat was a Canadian television series produced by Back Alley Films, which aired on CBC Television in 2000. A short run dramatic series, the show was one of the first television series ever built around hip hop music and culture. The show, a spinoff of the earlier CBC series Straight Up, starred Mark Taylor as Jeff and Merwin Mondesir as Dennis, the hosts of a hip hop show on CIBJ-FM, a fictional campus radio station in Toronto, Ontario. Michie Mee starred as Divine, a rapper who was part of Jeff and Dennis' crew, and Ingrid Veninger played the station manager. The supporting cast also included Arlene Duncan, Vanessa Ford, Jennifer Baxter, Jason Harrow, Shamann Williams and Omari Forrester. The use of a campus radio station was a deliberate reflection of Canadian reality — until Toronto's Flow 93.5 hit the airwaves in early 2001, Canada did not have any radio stations dedicated specifically to urban music.
The Indoor League was a pub games competition series that was produced by Yorkshire Television and aired on the ITV network from 1973 until 1978, the programme was hosted by Fred Trueman. The series featured competitors playing a series of pub games which each had a prize of £100 for the winners of each competition. The games played were: Darts, Bar Billiards, Table Football, Shove Ha'penny, Table Skittles, Pool, Arm Wrestling. Among the commentators was Dave Lanning. The first series aired only in the Yorkshire Television region. In 2006 a DVD of the first series was released by Network DVD.
Tastebuddies was a late night show on BBC Choice UK that had started life as a 'straight', 'daytime TV' style studio-based cookery show on BBC Choice Wales. It soon after became a 10 minute section of a magazine show presented by Amy Charles, called "In Full View" that was also shown on BBC Choice Wales. Following a change of director in 1999 it became a series of low-budget, anarchic, "fly-on-the-wall" style comedy-cookery sketches in the 2nd and final series of In Full View, and the first 4 episodes of Sleeping Dogs. It was during the 2nd series of In Full View that these sketches were seen by the then new head of BBC Choice, Stuart Murphy. He commissioned Tastebuddies for a 10 part series on BBC Choice UK in 2000.
Barry Welsh is Coming was a sketch show produced by Absolutely Productions for HTV Wales. The programme was first broadcast at 10:40pm on Friday 6 September 1996 and originally ran for 6 series with some episodes later broadcast on the Paramount Comedy Channel. The main star was John Sparkes, who played the geekish presenter Barry Welsh, along with other roles. For the final series, the show was renamed Barry Welsh is Going and consisted of three compilation specials. The series was replaced by Jeff Global's Global Probe, which ended after six episodes. The TV series also featured cast members from the Channel 4 series Absolutely, while some character elements from Absolutely were incorporated into the programme. Denzil and Gwynedd, two of the original Absolutely characters, briefly returned in Barry Welsh is Coming for shorter sketches, now accompanied by their 21-year-old son, Codfyl. The show returned in 2007 in the form of three themed specials broadcast throughout the year, presented by Sparkes in the guise of Fishguard news reporter Hugh Pugh. The new episodes were produced in-house by ITV Wales.
Kaboom!! is a variety TV show hosted by Paola Dominguez and Fernando Rico. They discuss sex, films and music. It airs on XHJUB-TV, a Televisa station in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico.
Amú Amigos is an Irish-language TV travel show with a mainly young audience. It got huge ratings and brought many non-Irish speakers to the channel for the first time. Hector's style is unique, as he travels to various countries, meeting and chatting with the locals in English/Spanish and then explaining to the audience in Irish. The enthusiasm and love he has for the Irish language is infectious and has influenced many other programmes on TG4. Each show attracts in the range of 50,000 viewers. Amú Amigos was followed with other similar series such as: ⁕Amú le Hector ⁕Hector i Meiriceá ⁕Hector san Afraic ⁕Hector san Astráil
Turtle's Progress is a British television series broadcast between 1979 and 1980. The offbeat humour of the show attracted a small but cult audience, and the show only ran for two series.
Clinton: His Struggle with Dirt was a one-off satire, written and narrated by Armando Iannucci in a similar style to his later shows, notably Time Trumpet. Purporting to be a documentary from the future, it cast actors as older versions of genuine people, to present a comic spin on the Lewinsky scandal.
Yeralash is a Russian children's comedy TV show and children's comedy magazine. Yeralash also runs an actor studio and the "Yeralash Island" camp. The word Eralash means "muddle, mess, or jumble" in the Russian language.
Forget the Rules is an Australian short form episodic comedy drama cited by many as the first scripted drama in the world to simultaneously broadcast over broadband, mobile phones and TV. It is a good example of the push model of Crossmedia. It was noted as one of the more successful models of an often failed interactive format that included audience input into the script and submitting visual elements as part of a tight weekly production cycle. It was conceived and piloted in Australia during 2004. In Canada, Season 1 has been broadcast on Movieola.
The Eric Bana Show Live was an Australian television comedy and talk show hosted by and named after Eric Bana. The show began as four hour-long specials in 1996 called 'Eric'. In 1997, the show settled into a weekly half-hour slot and renamed 'The Eric Bana Show Live'. It featured celebrity guests, music, comedy sketches and comedy monolgues. Steven Blackburn was the band leader. He was also rumored to have a lustful and explicit relationship with Melissa Gilligan who which he interviewed on the first showing of " The Eric Bana show", he later denied allegations of a relationship between the pair, but in an interview with the times; Melissa revealed that they had a 4 year relationship and separated on mutual terms. Eric began his career as a comedian in the sketch comedy series Full Frontal and brought many of his characters over to this show.
"Rock the Blind" is a 45-minute special episode of Matt Lucas and David Walliams' Rock Profile. The episode followed the creation of a charity single for blind people, which was led by Gary Barlow and Ronan Keating. Pete Waterman produces. Gary Barlow leaves production halfway through because he believed Ronan lead him "on a wild goose chase". He tries to sink Ronan's career by explaining that they had stolen one of The Bee Gees tunes, when in fact, it was a cover. Afterwards, he tries to create his own charity single with John McCririck.
Ghashamsham is a Saudi comedy program starring Fahd Al-Hayyan that was shown on the MBC channel in the month of Ramadan.