Australia's Funniest Home Video Show

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Saturday 7:00 PM on The Nine Network Premiered Mar 29, 1990 In Season

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Australia's Funniest Home Video Show

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Show hosted by Australian television personality, Shelley Craft whose previous roles include presenting roles on Saturday Disney and The Great Outdoors. Plays funny home video clips that have been sent in by everyday Australians, and awards prizes weekly. After the videos win the weekly show they then progress through a finals series, where the ultimate winner receives a large amount of cash. The show is taped in front of a live studio audience and videos are narrated using many voices. The narrator often voices what the people would be thinking (humorously) as we see the funnyness/accidents occur. The show is a favourite with family viewers and often enjoys a strong Saturday night audience. Previous hosts include: Graham Kennedy (1990), Jacqui Mcdonald (1991), Lisa Patrick (1992), Jo Beth Taylor (1993-1997), Catriona Rowntree (1997), Kim Kilbey (1998-2002), Toni Pearen (2003-2007).

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  • A sad sad unfunny show that's rehashed material and such a bad excuse for a Saturday night show, it's a wonder how it still gets viewers.

    1.0
    This show is pretty much just a collection of people getting hurt. Generally people getting hurt is only funny if you know them (not always but) or it is an extreme case. This show however takes the piss on the whole situation, and is such a crap show.



    First of all, they blur a lot of the dates on the bottom left/right of the screen that some home video camera's put on videos they produce. This is because the four nominees at the end of the night, are the only four original videos that week, and that all the other videos are just from the vault of videos of people getting hurt which that have from years of international versions. They blur it to hide the truth that some of these videos are more than 20 years old, and almost all of them more than 5. The fact is they use the same clips every year, and sometimes several times in a year.



    To watch this unfunny show and think it's funny is some bizzarre thing that quiet a few Australian's do. The sad thing is that most of these people are sober.moreless
  • Funny videos from average Australians.

    10
    This show is jam packed full of videos created by average Australians in average Australian homes. The video footage is spontaneous and the laughs are guaranteed. I absolutely love this show and try to watch it religiously (when I can). The show features Toni Perin showcasing videos from all around Australia. The show is created and taped in Sydney, Australia. Video clips feature kids being kids, adults being kids and animals being funny. Non stop comedy as the show climaxes. It is a one hour show at 6:30pm on Channel 9 in Mellbourne. I am not sure what time and when it screens interstate but it is screened in the afternoon in Victoria. It is a great show and I highly recommend it to all who enjoy a laugh and like to laugh when they see things go wrong. A nice variety of clips on this show. 10/10 for variety and video clip choice.moreless
  • Very Funny!!!!

    10
    The best comedy show iv'e ever seen. Been round as long as i can remember (not very long)very funny, My fav is bubble monster I feel sorry for the little boy.. His mum makes him wash it up bad mum... I hope it wins!!!! comeon aus funniest home vids its the best show ever w
  • HE MAY HAVE BEEN AXED BY TEN, BUT KYLE SANDILANDS IS NOW ONE OF SEVEN'S MOST IMPORTANT FACES.

    King Kyle becoming a TV power player

    Since signing with the Seven Network for Australia's Got Talent, he has made his way onto two profile television shows and been instrumental in a third.

  • AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA THIS IS (STILL) YOU.

    Australia's Funniest Home Videos still going strong

    Yes it's been 20 years since Graham Kennedy first invited us to "whack it in the old JVC". And miraculously, Nine's family video show is still injuring small children, animals and capturing disasters at weddings across the country.

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