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Talk
2010

Popular Talk TV Shows

Conan
Conan
A late night television talk show hosted by Conan O'Brien.
Conan 2010
Les enfants de la télé
Les enfants de la télé
Les enfants de la télé 2010
Ça finit bien la semaine
Ça finit bien la semaine
Ça finit bien la semaine 2010
The Talk
The Talk
A panel of well-known news and entertainment personalities discussing current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity and the trending topics of the day.
The Talk 2010
Natholdet
Natholdet
Natholdet 2010
The Green Room with Paul Provenza
The Green Room with Paul Provenza
Comedian and director of the obscenely hilarious hit film The Aristocrats, Paul Provenza invites some of the biggest names in stand-up to sit down and try to beat each other to the punch line. From politics and racism to sex and money, no topic is off limits in The Green Room.
The Green Room with Paul Provenza 2010
The Many Faces of...
The Many Faces of...
Actors look back at their career, with archive footage and testimony from friends and colleagues.
The Many Faces of... 2010
Face to Face
Face to Face
Face to Face is a Philippine reality tabloid talk show aired on TV5 and hosted by Amy Perez. It is produced exclusively by ABC Development Corporation and bills itself as a "Barangay Hall On-Air." It is very similar to the US television show The Jerry Springer Show but has a Filipino cultural perspective, predominantly with "marginalized and impoverished guests". The show aims to resolve minor conflicts between two arguing parties with the help of a panel of counselors that represent the legal, emotional and spiritual aspects of living. The show is one of the most popular talk shows in the Philippines but has also proved to be controversial due to the violence exhibited in the show. Hence, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board has requested that the show "tone down physical altercations between guests".
Face to Face 2010
Revolution 618
Revolution 618
The Revolution aims to step outside the typical realm of the broadcast Christian genre. Its innovative style of discussion around a table in a peaceful, low lit, comfortable surrounding differs from the pulpit pastor preaching. The topics convey a much different, younger perspective into Christianity and evangelism. The youthful and upbeat personalities allow the hosts to talk to the viewers and not at them. The Revolution intends to fire up emotion in the hearts of its viewers with everyday modern family experiences and testimonies fueled by the Bible itself.
Revolution 618 2010
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