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Brainiac's Test Tube Baby
Live parody of the popular science entertainment TV show Brainiac: Science Abuse.
Running the Halls
Running the Halls is an American television sitcom that aired on NBC's TNBC Saturday morning lineup. The series was created by Steve Slavkin, being the first TNBC sitcom not to be executive produced by Peter Engel. The show consisted of 13 episodes, which aired on from September 11, 1993 to December 4, 1993.
Freebie and the Bean
Freebie and the Bean is a short-lived hour-long police drama based on the 1974 film of the same name. The series stars Tom Mason as Freebie and Héctor Elizondo as Bean, two San Francisco police detectives.
The Morgana Show
The Morgana Show is a British television sketch comedy written by Morgana Robinson and James de Frond. The eponymous Robinson also stars in almost all of the show's sketches, which feature a wide range of original character creations and celebrity impressions. The Morgana Show airs on Channel 4.
Rhett & Link: Commercial Kings
Starring filmmakers and comedy duo Rhett & Link, this non-fiction comedy series follows their travels to small towns across America where they develop and produce commercials for local businesses using local talent.
Fitz and Bones
Fitz and Bones is a short-lived American television series, starring Dick and Tom Smothers, that aired on NBC in 1981.
Just when you thought the trend of smug, hipster-halfwits attempting to try their hand at investigative online journalism couldn't get worse, along comes the DAFUQ? team.
Delete, Delete, Delete
Patrick Kielty hosts a comedy chat show in which special guests hand over their laptops to see what their internet history can reveal about them.
Comedy Inc. was an Australian sketch comedy television series, which ran on the Nine Network from 1 February 2003 to 26 December 2007. The series was produced by Crackerjack Productions. It first premiered in February 2003 in the new wave of Australian sketch comedy shows being launched across the free-to-air channels along with Big Bite and skitHOUSE. Since the end of the series episodes have been repeated on the Foxtel cable channel, The Comedy Channel and during 2009, reruns were shown on Nine HD before the channel's closure.
Manswers is a late night comedy series that premiered on Spike on September 19, 2007. The series is produced by reality television production company, SuperDelicious, and airs on Spike. The executive producers are Adam Cohen, Cara Tapper, Joanna Vernetti, Akifumi Takuma and Michael Schelp. The show garnered an average of 1.1 million viewers during its first year among a specific target audience. The first season consisted of 9 half-hour episodes. The second season continued to show 13 episodes of similar material. MANswers is a satire aimed at predominately male audiences with a wide age range, primarily 18–40. Questions of a comical nature are asked and answered which usually relate to women and tips on how to get them to date you, sex-related questions and trivia, and defense mechanisms in deadly & harmful situations, and also firearms. Specialists with Masters and PhD degrees are brought in and give information from which the viewer can learn. MANswers US TV rating varies from episode to episode. It can be from TV-14-D,L,S,V to TV-MA-,L,S,V. The average rating is TV-MA.
Adam Buxton's Bug
Comedian Adam Buxton celebrates the most brilliant, thought-provoking and downright weird music videos to be found online as his cult live show hits the screen
The Valleys is a British reality television series based in Cardiff, Wales and broadcast on MTV. The show premiered on 25 September 2012. It follows youngsters from the South Wales Valleys as they move to Cardiff to live out their dreams with the help from their new bosses, AK and Jordan.
Are You Being Served in Australia?
The Australian version of British sitcom Are You Being Served? was produced by Network Ten in 1980. A total of 16 episodes were produced in two series, which aired in 1980 and 1981. The draw-card was the presence of actor John Inman reprising his role of Mr. Humphries from the original series. The other characters were all directly based on the regular characters in the show's original version, but were all given new names. In comparison to the original series, Inman described this version of the series as "tighter - there's less padding."
Baby Talk is an American sitcom that aired on ABC from March 8, 1991 until May 8, 1992 as part of ABC's TGIF lineup. The show was loosely based on the popular Look Who's Talking movies and was adapted for television by Ed Weinberger. Amy Heckerling created original characters for the series while using key creative and script elements from Look Who's Talking, which she had written and directed. Weinberger served as executive producer during the first season, and was replaced by Saul Turteltaub and Bernie Orenstein in the second season.
STIX centers on the lives of two best friends named Jacob and Larry, who go through their daily routines of insanity, stupidity, and Allen.
Narkoman Pavlik is a web series about Pavlik and his friend Denchik, hosted on YouTube (channel Comedoz). The series tells about friends who don't really care about the future and their adventures.
A web-chat show hosted by Alok Nath, in which he would discuss 'everything from pre-marital sex to role-play in the bedroom
Charlie Brooker's Gameswipe
Charlie Brooker's Gameswipe was a special one-off British, video game culture show by Charlie Brooker, aired in September 2009 during the BBC's Technology season. Following on from Brooker's Screenwipe and Newswipe, Gameswipe featured reviews of various video games and consoles as well as an insight into the video game industry.
Where My Dogs At?
Where My Dogs At? was an animated program created by Aaron Matthew Lee and Jeffrey Ross that aired on MTV2 as part of its Sic'emation lineup.
You Saw Them Here First
You Saw Them Here First is the show that breaks into the archives to reveal the television debuts of some of Britain’s best-loved actors and actresses, presenters and pop stars. There are baby-faces, mullets, dodgy fashions, fresh-faced actors and longhaired chefs, all serving up their television debuts. Plus, some lucky stars visit the video vault to come face to face with their past as they're presented with long-forgotten footage from yesteryear.
Big Star's Little Star
Tthree celebrity contestants and their children answer questions about each other to win up to £15,000 for a charity of their choice.
International Sexy Ladies
International Sexy Ladies is an international television reality show that premiered on November 12, 2009 on the G4 television network. The show has been renewed for a second season, featuring 10 episodes, which premiered March, 2010.
Dr. Steve-O is an American reality television series starring Steve-O, Trishelle Cannatella and Reggie Pace. The show first premiered on October 1, 2007, it aired Monday nights at 11:05 pm Eastern / 10:05 pm Central, immediately after WWE Raw, on the USA Network. The show ended on November 12, 2007.
GAYS: The Series
GAYS: The Series is about four twenty something gay best friends navigating the tumultuous terrain of NYC. Huxley, a quick witted waiter and aspiring photographer. Ben, an attractive introvert who works for a gay non-profit. Jackson, a promiscuous overgrown rich kid. And Cameron, a dramatic drag queen with a love for old Hollywood. In this city you always have to look out for yourself; but the little lies, mini compromises and secrets they keep could derail their dreams and destroy their happiness.
The New Loretta Young Show
The New Loretta Young Show, is an American television series, which aired for twenty-six weekly episodes on CBS television from September 24, 1962 to March 18, 1963, features Loretta Young in a combination drama and situation comedy about a free-lance writer in suburban Connecticut named Christine Massey, the widowed mother of seven children. The program is the only one in which Young starred as a recurring character. Her previous anthology series on NBC placed her in the role of hostess and occasional star. Young is the first star to garner both Academy and Emmy awards, one of a relatively few to make the transition from motion picture to television. Though it followed the popular The Andy Griffith Show on CBS, The New Loretta Young Show, sponsored by Lever Brothers, proved unable to sustain the needed audience in competition at 10 p.m. Eastern time on Mondays with the ABC medical drama Ben Casey starring Vince Edwards and Sam Jaffe, which entered its second season. NBC fielded David Brinkley's Journal at the same time, reflections of the news correspondent David Brinkley. The New Loretta Young Show was hence quietly dropped at the end of winter in 1963. Young had formed LYL Production Company for the series, an indication that she did not expect a premature end to the program. Norman Foster directed most of the episodes; John London and Ruth Roberts were the producers.