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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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    The Grammy Awards

    The Grammy Awards

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    CBS
    In similar fashion to their film equivalent (The Academy Awards), The Grammys is an awards show that honors the achievements of the members of the professional music recording industry through a voting system. The members of the Recording Academy vote on who they think is most deserving of an award in 108 categories as specified by the academy. Each year the awards are presented during a live telecast that was begun in 1971 by ABC, but has since been televised by CBS after they bought it in 1973. They were initially known as the Gramophone Awards this is because the trophy itself is a golden gramophone but later they became the Grammys.moreless
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    The Singing Bee

    The Singing Bee

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    Contestants vie to see who really knows all the lyrics to those popular songs that are constantly stuck in our heads. The house band starts the song and would then stop at a certain point in order for a contestant to sing the rest of the song verse. Miss a word and you're out; nail the song and you win big! The show ended on NBC, but in the Summer of 2009, was picked up on CMT (a sister network of NBC). The new CMT version blends a mix of 60 percent country music with 40 percent popular favorites from other genres.moreless
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    Dinner for Five

    Dinner for Five

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    IFC (ended 2008)
    Actor/writer/director Jon Favreau invites four of his celebrity peers to dinner to discuss their experiences, in an homage to the famed Algonquin Roundtable. The result is a freewheeling gabfest in which movie industry professionals chat about their projects, past and present, and about life on and off the set.moreless
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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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    K-Ci & JoJo...Come Clean

    K-Ci & JoJo...Come Clean

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    TV One
    Musician brothers K-Ci and JoJo Hailey live together and go through medical treatments, training and spiritual therapy to help them stay sober.
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    Bobby Jones Gospel

    Bobby Jones Gospel

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    BET
    Gospel music artists perform on this weekly show.
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    American Juniors

    American Juniors

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    FOX (ended 2003)
    From the people who brought you American Idol, get ready to see a new brand of pop idols in American Juniors. Ryan Seacrest and the rest of the crew are on a mission two find the five best singers and dancers age 6-13 in America, including Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Chattanooga. During the auditions, producers evaluated each contestant's singing and dancing abilities, and as part of the show's production, will whittle down the group of thousands to 20 semi-finalists. And who decides the final 5? It all comes down to the viewing public. This has the same feel as American Idol, only with different judges.moreless
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    Step It Up & Dance

    Step It Up & Dance

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    Bravo
    Bravo enters the reality dance show arena with Step It Up & Dance, a contest that spans a range of styles from ballet to burlesque. Expect lots of creativity along with the usual competitiveness and drama.moreless
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    Rescue Ink Unleashed

    Rescue Ink Unleashed

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    National Geographic
    This show follows Big Ant, Johnny O, Joe Panz and Eric, each members of Rescue Ink, a group of "bad boys" that dedicate their lives to rescuing animals from abusive environments and teaching their owners a lesson.moreless
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    VH1 Hip Hop Honors

    VH1 Hip Hop Honors

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    VH1
    Premiering in October 2004, the VH1 Hip Honors annually recognize the top performers in the hip hop community. The first show included performances from old-school names as the Beastie Boys, Salt-N-Pepa and Fat Joe.moreless
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    Elvis

    Elvis

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    ABC (ended 1990)
    An interesting look at the early years of the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley (Michael St. Gerard). St. Gerard lip-syncs to country singer Ronnie McDowell. Despite overwhelmingly good criticism, the series was cancelled due to poor ratings.moreless
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    There and Back: Ashley Parker Angel

    There and Back: Ashley Parker Angel

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 2006)
    Ashley Parker Angel, formerly of the boy band O-Town, attempts to get his music out there and be taken seriously. Having spent all of his O-Town earnings, he moves in with girlfriend Tiffany and her mom. Ashley is now a struggling artist trying to make it to the top once again. Now, he must succeed not just for himself but for his soon to be new family. Will he make it to the top or will he just be another washed out boy band member?moreless
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    Fast Machines With Funk Master Flex

    Fast Machines With Funk Master Flex

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    Spike TV
    Fast Machines with Funkmaster Flex is a new half-hour television series on Spike TV. The show is hosted by the king of hip-hop Djs, Funkmaster Flex. It is an automotive customization series in which each episode takes a different celebrity client's car, truck, or SUV and puts it into the talented tricked-out capabilities of the Funkmaster himself and his trusty team of automobile experts. Watch as Funkmaster Flex takes less than ordinary cars and transforms them into unbelievably beautiful, fast, and ferocious street machines. The show customizes everything from the newest and hottest cars on today's market to the signature classics of the past. The individual episodes follow the step-by-step process that goes into creating these automotive masterpieces from concept to creation. But any reality based show wouldn't be complete without its fair share of problems and complications. However, it seems like the Funkmaster is always able to deliver.moreless
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    Rock N' Roll Fantasy Camp

    Rock N' Roll Fantasy Camp

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    VH1
    Carrie Keagan hosts the VH1 series Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp where 15 "average joe" musicians are transformed into true rock stars.
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    Henry Rollins Uncut: Specials

    Henry Rollins Uncut: Specials

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    IFC
    Henry Rollins, the articulate and opinionated former lead singer of "Black Flag", front man of the "Rollins Band", actor, author and spoken word artist takes his unique stage show on the road.moreless
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    Celtic Woman

    Celtic Woman

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    PBS
    Celtic Woman, an all-female musical ensemble, was conceived and created by Sharon Browne. The idea behind the group was to fuse Celtic music with and dance with the structure of a popular female music groups like the Spice Girls and Pussycat Dolls. With over 6 million albums sold, Celtic Woman has achieved success rarely found Celtic musicians. The group was taped for PBS on September 15, 2004 in Dublin, Ireland. After this first-ever American performance for Celtic Woman, their album reached #1 on Billboard's world music chart. The special, which is credited for immensely growing the group's popularity, was taped in front of a sold-out audience. After the success of the first taping, Celtic Woman taped a second special for PBS filmed in County Meath, Ireland following the release of their Celtic Woman: A New Journey album. Having undergone various transformations as a group, Celtic Woman currently exists as Chloe Agnew, Lisa Kelly, Lisa Lambe, and Mairead Nesbitt.moreless
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    One Shining Moment

    One Shining Moment

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    CBS
    David Barrett has been writing songs about sport as well as life for 20 years or so. The work has found its way from the lofty heights of the Olympics to the more tranquil valleys of PBS specials...from motion pictures all the way to that yearly anthem that all basketball lovers know by heart..."One Shining Moment".moreless
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    MTV2's Dew Circuit Breakout

    MTV2's Dew Circuit Breakout

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    MTV - Music Television
    MTV2's Dew Circuit Breakout is a reality competition series that follows twelve up-and-coming bands, selected from a field of thousands of applicants, who try to rock their way to the finish through a series of performances that viewers can vote on to determine which bands get to stay on the show, and which bands are going home early. Prior to each season, MTV invites unknown bands everywhere to apply for their shot at the big time. After MTV's experienced panel of music industry experts narrows the field down to the perfect dozen, these bands get the chance to prove their skills on national television. Over the course of the season, audiences will vote on which bands have what it takes and which bands weren't meant to be, leading to the final live finale where the number one group will take home the prize. This competition is the chance of a lifetime for these musicians, as the winner will receive more airtime on other MTV shows, a track on the latest Rock Band game, and plenty more perks that will launch them out of obscurity and into the national spotlight.moreless
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    SundayArts

    SundayArts

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    Thirteen/WNET New York
    SundayArts is a series from Thirteen/WNET New York that plays weekly at noon. Sunday Arts is a showcase for online arts and culture. The television network Thirteen/WNET New York has had partnered with New York City's most celebrated institutions in order to document their work for television audiences. Thirteen has been a key figure in broadening audiences and exposing people to the best of art that comes out of New York City. The series was created with that same motive, and premiered in March so that non-locals can see what art New York City has to offer. To support the show, The SundayArts website streams the latest news, artist interviews, and talks about museum acquisitions to keep everyone up to date. There is even a section where viewers can submit a question for an editor to answer. SundayArts is a resourceful series that encourages non-local and local artists to keep doing what they do best.moreless
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