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    MuscleCar

    MuscleCar

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    Spike TV
    MuscleCar, a television program on Spike TV, features car enthusiasts rebuilding old American muscle cars from the ground up. The show also goes into how the cars were originally built, as well as their history in America's automotive tradition. The series delves deep into the lives of mechanics, painters and auto technicians as they attempt to restore classic automobiles to their glory days. The show was brought into a group of car-related shows called the Powerblock as of 2006. The show was orginially co-hosted by Lou Santiago and Jared Zimmerman before Zimmerman left to return to Rad Rides by Troy. Left by hmself, Santiago employed shop assistants to help present the show during this time. On October 1st, 2007, Rick "The Arsonist" Bacon became a new co-host on the show. Santiago remained on the show until later that month. His final show aired on Febuary 17th, 2008 with his offical on-air announcement of his departure. co-host of the series until his last taping of the show on Friday, October 26, 2007. The final show with him as host aired on February 17, 2008 with his on air official announcement of his departure. After Santiago left left the series, Bacon took over hosting duties along with new co-hos Brent Buttrey. Buttery then left, to be replaced by new co-host by Tommy Boshers.moreless
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    Astonishing X-Men

    Astonishing X-Men

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    Marvel
    Astonishing X-Men is a motion comic series developed from Marvel Comics's Astonishing X-Men story arc, "Gifted", written by Joss Whedon and drawn by John Cassaday, which follows the reintroduction of the home team of the X-Men, comprised now of Cyclops, the White Queen, Beast, Wolverine, and Shadowcat. Shadowcat doesn't meet eye-to-eye with the White Queen, especially since their bad blood stems from the time the telepathic diamond Queen tried to kill Shadowcat and her friends. They work begrudgingly work together when the announcement of the creation of a "mutant cure" hits the news. The cure, developed by an alien overlord, Ord, with the experimentation on a resurrected and drugged metallic formed Colossus, holds the threat to decimate the mutant population. Colossus, otherwise known as Piotr Rasputin, had died in a sacrifice to release an airborne cure of a mutant-focused virus. The still at-odds X-Men set out to free Colossus and to find out just why Ord would travel all that way from his home planet, the Breakworld, to destroy mutants. Astonishing X-Men was adapted by Marvel Comics new graphic way of storytelling, holding onto the panel-by-panel style but with moving graphics, sounds, and explosive dynamics. Whedon and Cassaday's run on Astonishing X-Men was awarded an Eisner award for its definitely astounding treatment of one of the best X-Men runs in a decade.moreless
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    Imagination Movers

    Imagination Movers

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    Disney Channel
    Playhouse Disney has begun production on a new preschool series called Imagination Movers, featuring the New Orleans-based music group of the same name. The series will focus on encouraging young viewers to utilize creative problem solving skills.moreless
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    Stossel

    Stossel

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    FOX Business
    Stossel is a television program that airs every week on the Fox Business Network. It stars veteran reporter John Stossel and is filmed before a live studio audience. Though it was bounced around the Fox schedule when it originally began airing on December 10, 2009, it has since settled into the 10 pm time slot on Thursday evenings. Stossel runs for an hour each week and features a panel of guests with whom the host discusses a variety of issues. Often playing the devil's advocate, Stossel opens the panel up to questions from the audience at the end of every program. Issues that the program has covered include Global Climate Change, Crony Capitalism, Energy Independence, Junk Science and Tax Insanity. Many notable guests have appeared on Stossel such as Congressman Dennis Kucinich, former federal judge Andrew Napolitano, social critic and radio personality Michael Medved, Fox host Sean Hannity, former Bush administration official Karl Rove and former presidential candidate Ron Paul.moreless
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    Braxton Family Values

    Braxton Family Values

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    WE - Women's Entertainment
    WE tv's original series Braxton Family Values is in its second season. The show features the rambunctious, tight-knit Braxton sisters — Grammy© Award-winning artist Toni Braxton, Traci, Towanda, Trina and Tamar — and their headstrong mother, Evelyn, and offers an inside look at their lives and the drama of family chaos. They battle it out for the spotlight with sibling rivalry, man drama, bankruptcy, a DUI, an absent dad and much more. Through the laughter, tears, screaming and door-slamming, this family still has each other's back.moreless
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    Love & Hip Hop

    Love & Hip Hop

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    VH1
    VH1's Love & Hip Hop follows the lives of six women connected to the world of hip hop. From being girlfriends to famous rappers to aspiring to make it big in the industry, these women all have a story to tell.moreless
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    106 & Park

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    BET
    106 and Park is a live countdown of the ten most requested rap, hip-hop, and R&B videos. 106 and Park also interviews actors, singers, athletes, and many more in the the industry.

    Other highlights include Wild 'n' Out Wednesday and Freestyle Friday.moreless
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    JONAS L.A.

    JONAS L.A.

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    Disney Channel (ended 2010)
    Kevin Lucas, Joe Lucas and Nick Lucas are three brothers in a band called JONAS, living with their parents in a converted fire station in New Jersey.
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    Great Performances

    Great Performances

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    PBS
    Great Performances is the longest running performing arts anthology on television. It is part of of the PBS tradition of bringing the arts to viewers free of charge. The show began as Theater in America in 1972. The next year, several arts productions, including Dance in America, were brought together under the Great Performances umbrella. Great Performances at the Met would join the family in 1977. Over the years the productions have moved more toward music than plays. Check your local listings for air times.moreless
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    The Sing-Off

    The Sing-Off

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    NBC
    Vocal-only groups get a chance to compete for a recording contract from Sony Music in this NBC take-off on American Idol.
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    MTV Video Music Awards

    MTV Video Music Awards

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    MTV - Music Television
    Since 1984, MTV has had an awards show for the year's top and new pop music videos. Now known as the VMA's, it was traditionally held on the first Thursday of September on the East or West coast. But since 9/11, it has been moved to the previous week. Every year there is atleast 1 host and performances by the nominees and newer artists.moreless
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    CMT Insider

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    Every Saturday, you can get into the world of Country Music, with CMT Insider. From artists, bands, tours, performances, clips, and behind the scenes, to charts, hit lists and Hollywood movies. Every little aspect which might interest you as a Country Music fan, is featured on CMT Insider.moreless
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    CMT Top 20 Countdown

    CMT Top 20 Countdown

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    Each week, host Lance Smith counts down the week's top videos on CMT's Top Twenty Countdown. Each two-hour episode features Smith playing each video in its entirety, as well as sharing the No. 1 video from the previous year.moreless
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    Caught In The Act

    Caught In The Act

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    BLIP.TV
    Caught In The Act Brooklyn's art scene is one of the most vibrant and diverse in the world. Each month, Caught in the Act profiles a cross-section of key Brooklyn professionals in fine art, dance, music, theatre?and new forms of expression combining all of the above. From established institutions of international stature, to the emerging artists and companies that have long made our borough?s arts scene so exciting, Caught in the Act catches them in the act of creating, displaying, interpreting?and enriching?the cultural life of Brooklyn. Caught in the Act is part of Brooklyn Independent Television, a community media program of BRIC Arts|Media|Bklyn and can be seen on the BCAT TV Network every Wendesday at 10pm. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bitmoreless
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    Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest

    Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest

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    ABC (Holiday Event 1972)
    Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve has been a New Year's tradition for decades. Many people the country over wait for the ball to drop in New York City's Times Square with Dick Clark. The show promises great musical performers and live coverage of New Year's Eve festivities. The show airs every New Year's Eve with the exception of 1999, when there was a special new millennium coverage. Dick Clark did a small segment for that year. And in 2004, Dick Clark did not host the show due to illness.moreless
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    Man Shops Globe

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    Sundance Channel
    This show follows Keith Johnson, the head buyer for the retail store Anthropologie as he travels the world to find the most eye-catching, up and coming items that will work perfectly in the store.moreless
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    mtvU Woodie Awards

    mtvU Woodie Awards

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    MTV U
    mtvU has its own annual awards show, the Woodie Awards, which they say recognizes "the music voted best by college students." Previous winners have included 2005's Death Cab for Cutie, Motion City Soundtrack, and The Afters; 2006 winners include 30 Seconds to Mars, Plain White T's, mewithoutYou, The Subways and Gnarls Barkley. The 2006 ceremony was also notable for Jared Leto's altercation with Elijah Wood and Scott from the music blog Stereogum. The 2008 awards had a huge fan voting for the Best Music On Campus award, where The Bride Wore Black won the award and Chasing Arrows came in right behind. Winners at the 2008 Woodie Awards included Paramore and There for Tomorrow. Winners at the 2009 Woodie Awards included Green Day, Kings of Leon, Matt & Kim, NeverShoutNever, Tech N9ne and Hotel of the Laughing Tree.moreless
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    Heroes of Cosplay

    Heroes of Cosplay

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    Syfy
    The series follows six Cos-players (people who dress up in costumes to role play fictional characters) though several conventions in their attempt to further their skills, compete for money and endorsement contracts.moreless
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    LA Ink

    LA Ink

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    TLC (ended 2011)
    Body artist Kat Von D has left Miami Ink and is setting up shop in her hometown of L.A., and TLC has its cameras on her to capture her success... or failure. Even though she's one among many tattoo parlors in the City of Angels, Kat's reputation precedes her. But can she learn how to balance her professional and personal life in a place where it's easy to get distracted by the glitz and the glamour?moreless
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    NY Ink

    NY Ink

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    Destination America
    Miami Ink veteran Ami James will be the center of this Big Apple iteration of the tattoo business airing on TLC.
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