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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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    Platinum Hit

    Platinum Hit

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    Bravo
    Jewel and Kara DioGuardi are set to host. Twelve undiscovered singers and songwriters compete in songwriting challenges. The episode's winning song will be performed by a popular artist.
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    Headbangers Ball

    Headbangers Ball

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    MTV - Music Television
    Headbangers Ball was a music video show featuring Heavy Metal music. With special guests Ozzy Osbourne, Rob Halford, Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie.
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    CMT Giants

    CMT Giants

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    The biggest stars in Country Music and Hollywood take the stage in this CMT all-star event honoring a Country Music Star who has made one of the biggest impacts in Country Music.moreless
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    CMT Music Awards

    CMT Music Awards

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    Country Music Television hosts the annual show honoring country musicians with various awards voted on by the fans. Originally named the Flameworthy Awards from 2002 to 2004; it was changed to the now named CMT Music Awards in 2005.moreless
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    100 Greatest Songs

    100 Greatest Songs

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    VH1
    Join VH1 as they countdown the 100 greatest songs of all time!
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    The Nat King Cole Show

    The Nat King Cole Show

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    NBC (ended 1957)
    In 1956, The Nat King Cole Show was a Variety Show starring African-American Nat King Cole. The show originally started as a fifteen minute show and went to become a thirty minute show. The show had no sponsors that were interested in a permanent relationship with the series. The show was sponsored by NBC. Broadcast History November 1956 - June 1957: Monday 7:30-7:45p July 1957 - September 1957: Tuesday 10:00-10:30p September 1957 - December 1957: Tuesday 7:30-8:00pmoreless
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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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    Country Fried Home Videos

    Country Fried Home Videos

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    Bill Engvall and CMT brings you these viewer submitted videos showing what "real" Americans are doing in their free time. One lucky video will be chosen for the "Here's Your Sign" Award and win $1,000.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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    Ego Trip's (White) Rapper Show

    Ego Trip's (White) Rapper Show

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    VH1 (ended 2007)
    VH1 sets out to find the next great white rapper. Contestants from all over the country will come to the birthplace of hip hop, the South Bronx, where they will test their hip hop knowledge through a series of challenges designed to weed out the posers. The winner walks away with $100,000 and national exposure. The show is hosted by Michael "MC Serch" Berrin, white rap legend of the group 3rd Bass.moreless
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    I Love the 90's Part Deux

    I Love the 90's Part Deux

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    VH1 (ended 2005)
    You want the truth. You can't handle the truth! But here it is anyway: VH1 is going back to the grungiest decade ever for I Love The 90's: Part Deux!

    VH1 is bringing its highly successful and hilarious I Love The 90s approach back for I Love The 90s: Part Deux! From caller I.D. to Moviefone, from the Patch to The Club, and from Grumpy Old Men to grumpy young chicks like Alanis and Fiona we're gonna take on all The Usual Suspects and more! I Love The 90s: Part Deux will give viewers a `90s dose of the music, movies, TV shows, products, fashions, fads, trends, scandals and major events that defined pop culture each year of the decade. From Drew Carey to American Gladiators, Pump Sneakers to the Wonderbra, from Starbucks to Zima ... we will revisit it all from the ludicrous to the inspiring and everything in between.

    A new batch of comics, rock stars, actors, and other celebs from the present and, the not too distant past, will reflect on the '90s experience. They will again address all the major questions of the decade: Did Clinton really inhale? Who let the Spice Girls into the country? What kid wouldn't want to start smoking to be cool as Joe Camel? Was a Planet Hollywood burger really worth $25 because you can eat it sitting next to Forrest Gump's suit? And most important of all: Who decided Euro Disney was a good idea?

    Viewers will get a chance to pump up the jam with every aspect of '90s pop culture in each year of the most slammin' decade on record. We're not just talking music, TV and movies either. We mean everything: toys, scandals, fashion, cars and anything else that helped make the `90s 2 legit 2 quit.moreless
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    TRL

    TRL

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 2008)
    Total Request Live (commonly known as TRL) is a television program on MTV that features popular music videos. The program plays the top ten most requested videos of the day, as requested by viewers who can vote by phone or online. The countdown starts with the tenth most requested video and ends with the most requested. The program generally airs every weekday for one hour. The roots of TRL go back to 1997 when MTV began producing MTV Live (originally hosted by British VJ Toby Amies) from a studio in Times Square in New York. MTV Live featured celebrity interviews, musical performances, and regular news updates. Music videos were not the major focus of the program. During the same time period, MTV aired a countdown show simply called Total Request, hosted by Carson Daly. Total Request was far more subdued, as Daly introduced music videos from an empty, dimly lit set. As the show progressed and gained more momentum with viewers tuning in, it was soon added to the list of daytime programming during MTV's Summer Share in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. The countdown would end up being one of the most watched and most interactive shows in recent MTV history that summer, proving that it had potential to become an even larger success by combining with the element of live television. By the fall of 1998, MTV producers decided to merge the real-time aspect of MTV Live and the fan-controlled countdown power of Total Request into Total Request Live, which made its official premiere from the MTV Studios in New York on September 14, 1998. The show has since grown to become MTV's unofficial flagship program. The widely known acronym of TRL was adopted as the official title of the show in February 1999, after former VJ's Carson Daly and Dave Holmes began using it on air regularly. The program is now rarely, if not ever, referred to as its original title Total Request Live. TRL spent its first year developing a cult-type following, by spring 2000 the countdown reached its peak, becoming a very recognizable pop culture icon in its first two years of existence; however, its influence seems to have greatly diminished since. TRL is MTV's prime outlet for music videos nowadays as the network continues to concentrate on reality-based programming. In addition to the music videos, TRL has daily guests as it is a popular promotion tool used by many musicians, actors, and other celebrities to promote their newest works to the show's target teen audience. Music videos that air on TRL are subject to a general "retirement" rule, that they may only remain on the countdown for a limited amount of days, the current cap is 50 days (previously 65, this number was reduced in 2002 in order to promote more diversity and give other artists a chance to enter the top ten). Artists who do manage to hang onto the countdown and reach retirement are awarded with a plaque, commemorating their achievement. On October 23, 2002, TRL celebrated its 1,000th episode. The show reached its seventh anniversary in September 2005, maintaining its stake as MTV's longest-running live program. In 2003, Carson Daly stepped down as the host of TRL in order to host NBC's Last Call. The show is currently hosted by a revolving door of VJs including Damien Fahey, Hilarie Burton, Quddus, La La Vasquez, Vanessa Minnillo, and Susie Castillo. On November 16, 2008 after 10 years on the air, TRL ended with a three hour long farewell celebration. Joining the party, were many famous celebrities, who helped define TRL, stopping by to reflect on their favorite TRL moments and also returning were the show's hosts throughout the years including Carson Daly.moreless
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    SuperGroup

    SuperGroup

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    VH1
    Hard rock is in a sorry state these days, and VH1 has decided to address this crucial problem with "SuperGroup," a new reality show focused on saving the power chord. Ted Nugent, Scott Ian, Sebastian Bach, Evan Seinfeld and Jason Bonham have been recruited to conduct the "ultimate musical experiment," in which they will be guided by legendary rock manager Doc McGhee. Will this ragtag group of rockers save the future of music, or will their hard-partying ways and heavy-duty personalities cause this band to collapse before hitting the big time?moreless
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    Brothers to Brutha

    Brothers to Brutha

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    BET
    Brothers to Brutha is a BET series following the members of the rising R&B group, Brutha. They are followed as they record their debut album and deal with struggles in their personal lives.moreless
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    106 & Gospel

    106 & Gospel

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    BET
    106 & Gospel is a spin-off of BET's highly popular 106 & Park. The show will countdown the top gospel music videos and feature celebrity guests, among other things. Hosted by gospel singers Angel Taylor and Jor'el Quinn.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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    CMT Crossroads

    CMT Crossroads

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    Great music knows no boundaries. CMT Crossroads is a series that shows the far-reaching roots of country music by pairing country artists with musicians from other genres. Each episode will feature a different set of stars playing together, swapping stories and sharing their common love of music.moreless
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    Ken Burns: Jazz

    Ken Burns: Jazz

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    PBS
    Ken Burns: Jazz is an acclaimed 2001 television documentary miniseries produced for the venerated PBS network. A sumptuously rich bite of jazz American pie. Ken Burns succeeds in documenting this impossibly large subject. Clocking in at just less than 20 hours, the series is an exhaustive and complete overview of Jazz in the 20th Century. Never dull, this set is a sophisticated and engaging exploration of the evolution of Jazz from its roots to the present. This documentary is a social history of the musicians who created one of America's greatest contributions to art and it covers the years 1900 to around 1960. The emphasis here is on the mainstream artists of the trade. Burns unravels his story in a chronological and quite accessible way that is not over the head of the neophyte nor beneath the interest of the educated jazz connoisseur. Some artists are omitted, and the last 40 years is compressed into one single episode.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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