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    Camelot

    Camelot

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    HBO (ended 1982)
    Camelot premiered on HBO in 1982. It is the musical story of the King Arthur tale that was performed on Broadway and filmed for HBO.
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    Viva Laughlin

    Viva Laughlin

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    CBS (ended 2007)
    Viva Laughlin is a re-make of the Golden Globe nominated mini-series Viva Blackpool. The story is about an ambitious small entrepreneur Ripley Holden (Lloyd Owen), who dreams of opening up a casino in Laughlin, Nevada. Meanwhile, he is having marital problems and is struggling to keep his family together. The show has been produced by BBC Worldwide, CBS Paramount Network Television, Seed Productions and Sony Television.moreless
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    Sunday Best

    Sunday Best

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    BET
    BET's gospel-music talent search that offers contestants expert coaching and tips from celebrities. Viewer votes play a role in determining the winner of the competition.
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    Making The Band 3

    Making The Band 3

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 2006)
    Diddy is at it again. The failure to form a hot group in Making the Band 2 made Diddy try it again. This time he has searched for the best dancers and singers around the states to form a hot, sexy, talented all-girl group. At the end of season 2, Diddy choose his supergroup: Aubrey, Aundrea, Dawn, Shannon, and D. Woods. The third season begins when the girls move into a new house, and continue to work on their act. The name of the group is Danity Kane. The theme to the third season is the Danity Kane song "One Shot (Handle Me)", a track from their debut album.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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    Q'Viva! The Chosen

    Q'Viva! The Chosen

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    Univision
    Q'Viva! The Chosen is the Univision music competition which is looking for the most talented Latin American singers, musicians, dancers and performers. Executive producer Simon Fuller brings together Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony and choreographer Jamie King to travel to 21 Latin American countries in search of stars.moreless
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    The Pauly D Project

    The Pauly D Project

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    MTV - Music Television
    The Pauly D Project is an inside look at Pauly D's changing life as he chases his dream of leaving the life as a world famous housemate in New Jersey to become one of the world's most successful and recognized names in the music industry.moreless
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    Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is

    Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is

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    BET
    The American Dream personified is Keyshia Cole in this documentary about her life, The Way it Is. Keyshia overcomes personal drama and strife both personally and professionally and shows first hand how she turns things around.moreless
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    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

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    HBO
    Watch as your favorite rock stars get inducted into this esteemed musical institution while the action and music unfolds.
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    120 Minutes

    120 Minutes

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 2003)
    120 Minutes was a weekly television show dedicated to alternative music and college radio that aired on MTV and MTV2 from 1986-2003. The show was hosted by several MTV VJs early in its run (e.g., Alan Hunter, J.J. Jackson, Kevin Seal), but it developed a clearer focus by 1988 with its first long-term host, Dave Kendall (the show's original producer). The video playlist also focused more on artists popular in college and alternative radio (e.g., R.E.M., Siouxsie & the Banshees, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sonic Youth), rather than on "light rotation" videos.

    As the show progressed into the 1990s, it began to feature live musical performances and occasional guest hosts (e.g., Thurston Moore, Henry Rollins), as well as a new rotation of show hosts (e.g., Lewis Largent, Matt Pinfield). 120 Minutes also featured the hosts appearing at different musical events, such as Lollapalooza, the Tibetan Freedom Concert, and England's Reading Festival, often conducting live interviews with musical acts present. In the United Kingdom, 120 Minutes was also featured on MTV in the mid-1990s, hosted for two years by ex-Wonder Stuff frontman Miles Hunt.

    During its run, 120 Minutes became known as a reliable source for new alternative music as well as groundbreaking artists pushing through into the mainstream. However, in the spring of 2000, MTV decided to cancel regular airings of 120 Minutes in order to make room for other developing shows on the channel (arguably, for shows that were seen to be more profitable). Nevertheless, 120 Minutes eventually moved to MTV2 in 2001, where it was able to continue its broadcast for the following two years, including another rotation of show hosts (e.g., Dave Holmes, Chris Booker, Jancee Dunn, Jim Shearer). Shearer, the final show host, brought 120 Minutes to an eventual end on May 4th, 2003. Shortly afterwards, MTV2 began airing a similar version of 120 Minutes called Subterranean.moreless
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    My Big Redneck Wedding

    My Big Redneck Wedding

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    Take a look at weddings from a redneck perspective, and watch as down-home country couple prepare for and take a walk down the aisle. Tom Arnold hosts.
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    Bobby Jones Gospel

    Bobby Jones Gospel

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    Gospel music artists perform on this weekly show.
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    Hootenanny

    Hootenanny

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    ABC (ended 1964)
    Hootenanny was presented as a traveling folk music jamboree. Taped at various college campuses, it debuted in the Spring of 1963 as a 30-minute show (8:30pm EST, Saturday) for 13 weeks. The program was not without controversy and is remembered today as the show that blacklisted Pete Seeger (along with other members of Seeger's group The Weavers), for alleged communist affiliations. For this reason, several of the genre's most prominent acts - The Kingston Trio, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Peter, Paul & Mary, among others - refused to appear. Nevertheless, folk music was then at its commercial peak and Hootenanny was a ratings success. To its credit, the program did strive for a balance between commercial folk groups (The Limeliters, The New Christy Minstrels) and ethnic folk performers (Theodore Bikel, Addis & Crofut, Josh White). Topical songs were not avoided either - the Chad Mitchell Trio, who appeared nine times, sang the satiric "John Birch Society," Tom Paxton's "What Did You Learn in School Today?" and Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind." The otherwise well-scrubbed Goodtime Singers covered Phil Ochs' "Freedom Calling (What's That I Hear?)." And while Seeger and the Weavers were barred, their music was not: The Simon Sisters performed Seeger's "Turn, Turn, Turn" and The Chad Mitchell Trio performed his "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?" (a hit for the boycotting Kingston Trio and Peter, Paul & Mary); Bikel sang Weaver Fred Hellerman's anti-war song "Come Away, Melinda." In the Fall of 1963, Hootenanny was expanded to 60 minutes (7:30pm EST, Saturday) and scheduled against Jackie Gleason on CBS. Although not the time slot winner, Hootenanny scored well enough to keep Gleason out of the top 30, and by Christmas there was talk that it would continue for another season. But less than two months later, everything changed: Beatlemania had come to America and the popularity of folk music began a rapid decline. In fact, many performers who appeared on Hootenanny as folk singers (John Phillips, Cass Elliot, Gene Clark, Carly Simon) would find greater success in rock 'n' roll. In 1964, ABC cancelled Hootenanny in favor of a new music program: Shindig!moreless
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    CMT Cribs

    CMT Cribs

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    CMT Cribs picks up where MTV Cribs left off, but this time around the Cribs crew is touring the houses and mansions of the biggest names in country music and Southern culture. Cribs sends a camera crew to a celebrity's home and films a tour of the premises. The celebrity owners lead the tours, providing insight into how they spend their free time, where they work, and who else is around to enjoy their luxurious homes. These stunning mansions often include state-of-the-art entertainment systems, ornate furniture and art, game rooms and professional workspaces, custom pools, and gigantic bedrooms. CMT Cribs has toured the homes of a wide variety of Souther figures. Country music stars like Charlie Daniels, Craig Morgan, and Kenny Rogers have shown off their pads on Cribs. Several episodes have focused on race car drivers like Kyle Busch, Martin Truex, Jr., and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. One full episode was devoted to a tour of Elvis Presley's famed Memphis estate, Graceland. Country music star Trisha Yearwood led the Graceland tour. CMT Cribs brings fans of country music a close look at the personal lives of Southern legends.moreless
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    The Next

    The Next

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    The CW
    Music superstars Gloria Estefan, John Rich, Nelly and Joe Jonas are on the search for the next music star.
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    Trey Songz: My Moment

    Trey Songz: My Moment

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    Trey Songz: My Moment is a new electrifying 10 part docu-series on Songbook/Atlantic Records recording star, Trey Songz. The show will take you beyond the flashing lights and bring you up close and personal to the life and times of R&B's man of the year.moreless
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    Diary

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 2005)
    Diary is an invitation into the life of an artist, narrated by the artist, directly into the camera. Viewers see the artist in their home and on the road. We are introduced to the artist as a person -- untraditional and uncut. The artist speaks to the camera, directly to the viewer, recording personalized journal-style entries. Diary extends itself to artists less likely to let people in -- enigmas, even recluses -- true artists who are willing to give us a glimpse into their private lives. Enrique Iglesias, Marilyn Manson, Nickelback, Ja Rule, blink-182. And many more... You Think You Know, But You Have No Ideamoreless
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    The Henry Rollins Show

    The Henry Rollins Show

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    IFC (ended 2007)
    Original Title Henry's Film Corner. Henry Rollins is back and is expanding his horizons to encompass all topics including music and politics under the new title of The Henry Rollins Show. Subculture meets pop culture in this unique interview show. Every week Henry Rollins reviews films, music and more plus interviews with the people that make the headlines.moreless
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    The Tube

    The Tube

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    BBC (ended 1987)
    British music video show
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    Subterranean

    Subterranean

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    MTV 2
    Welcome to the Subterranean guide at TV.com! Subterranean is a weekly music video show that airs on MTV2 every Sunday/Monday at 10 pm (PT)/1 AM (ET). The show originally premiered on MTV2 in May 2003, following the cancellation of MTV's previous alternative music video show, 120 Minutes. The scope and style of Subterranean is much similar to 120 Minutes, as it features a variety of alternative music artists popular in music today, as well as those popular in the '80s, '90s, and early '00s. The host, Jim Shearer, invites a special guest each week to the show, conducting interviews with the artists while featuring their new videos and new releases. The spirit of 120 Minutes is carried on through Subterranean, by featuring the latest and greatest alternative music artists while maintaining its status as a reliable source of up-and-coming music in the alternative genre. As of March 2007, MTV2 is airing Subterranean without a host or special guests, making the current format simply a video playlist.moreless
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