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    Hard N Heavy

    Hard N Heavy

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    E1 Entertainment
    Hard N Heavy' was a hard rock and heavy metal music program from E1 Entertainment that aired in 1994. The first season aired 20 hour long episodes full of rare archival rock concert footage and interviews with bands and musicians. It features such bands as Whitesnake, Kiss, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Alice in Chains, Thin Lizzy, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jimi Hendrix, The Cult, Alice Cooper, Joe Satriani, Nirvana, Queen, Quire Boys, Anthrax, and Led Zeppelin. It can now be seen on various websites online.moreless
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    Hottest MCs In The Game

    Hottest MCs In The Game

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    MTV - Music Television
    Hottest MCs In The Game is the MTV countdown of who a panel of experts list as the hottest rappers in the game today. The controversial list is back, with the same criteria as last year. The decision is made on a combination of artistic execution, that is lyrical skill and flow; commercial success, number of units sold and chart and radio spots. MTV will run down the list in the week before the show, leaving the top 5 for the premiere on October 24, 2010. Join the round table discussion between Sway Calloway, Shaheem Reid, Rahman Dukes, Jayson Rodriguez, Steven Roberts, Sean Lee, Hillary Crosley, Tuma Basa, Sheila Grullon and Yomi Desalu, as they duke it out over who should be on the list, and who should take the top spot. With 2008 going to Kanye West, and 2009 going to Jay-Z, can anybody upset the Roc-a-fella cohorts? With spots 5-10 already in the books, featuring strong contenders like Young Money's Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne and surprise additions like Waka Flocka Flame, it's anybody's guess who will fill the top 5 on Hottest MCs In The Game.moreless
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    MTV Clips

    MTV Clips

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    MTV - Music Television
    Clips of various shows, artists and news on MTV.
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    Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

    Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

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    HBO
    Last Week with John Oliver satires all of the news, politics, and current events that America obsessed over the previous week.  
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    Steve Harvey

    Steve Harvey

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    CBS
    Steve Harvey hosts a brand new syndicated American talk show. Co-produced by Harvey, Endemol, and NBCUniversal, the show debuted on Sept. 4th, 2012. Topics covered will include real life issues men and women face as well as ways to better themselves. Steve will also occasionally interview big name celebrities.moreless
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    SportsNation

    SportsNation

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    ESPN2
    Michelle Beadle, Marcellus Wiley, and Max Kellerman host the show which features a more light-hearted look at the day in sports. Previous co-hosts include: Colin Cowherd and Charissa Thompson.
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    College Football Live

    College Football Live

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    ESPN2
    College Football Live is a daily studio show dedicated to covering the latest news, rumors and scores from college football. Rece Davis has hosted the show since its inception in 2007 along with help from analysts Mark May and Lou Holtz.moreless
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    Adam Hills in Gordon St Tonight

    Adam Hills in Gordon St Tonight

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    ABC1
    Spicks & Specks front man Adam Hills hosts this weekly talk show that promises comedy, music acts, celebrity guests and yet-to-be-revealed "special tricks."
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    The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet

    The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet

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    Lifetime
    British television personality and well-known photographer, Amanda de Cadenet, will host this fresh take on celebrities interviews. It is based on her famous web series. Demi Moore is set to executive produce.moreless
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    When I Was 17

    When I Was 17

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    MTV - Music Television
    Each episode features three celebrities who reveal personal stories from their lives when they were 17 years old. Currently, today there have been twenty seven episodes which have featured the stories from eighty one celebrities.moreless
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    Carson on TCM

    Carson on TCM

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    Turner Classic Movies
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    Pete Holmes Show

    Pete Holmes Show

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    TBS (ended 2014)
    Comedian Pete Holmes hosts this new talk show weekdays at midnight.
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    Kathy

    Kathy

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    Bravo (ended 2013)
    Kathy is the Bravo talk show unlike any other, hosted by the unforgettable and outspoken Kathy Griffin. Kathy is one of the most prominent and funny female comedians, with a long and storied career. Kathy is joined by guests to dish on everything from tabloids to headlines and everything pop culture, mixed in with taped segments, stand-up, celebs, music and more.moreless
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    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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    Comedy Central (ended 2015)
    Forget the 24 hour biased left wing news media, the best fake news show in the world will provide you with all the news you can handle. The Daily Show is a comedic view of recent news headlines and political figures through a series of satirical monologues by Jon Stewart along with segments by "correspondents" and finally interviews with guest celebrities and political figures. Craig Kilborn (SportsCenter) was the original host until the fourth season when Jon Stewart (The Jon Stewart Show) came in to take over after Kilborn left for CBS. The Daily Show has won multiple Emmy's and other prestigious awards such as the Peabody Award. It airs Mondays-Thursdays at 11pm ET on Comedy Central. It re-airs the following day at 1am ET, 10am ET, 2pm ET, and 8pm ET on Comedy Central.moreless
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    The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

    The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

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    CBS (ended 2014)
    On January 3, 2005, Craig Ferguson became the newest face in late night television. That's when he took over The Late Late Show. Ferguson was selected from a number of guest hosts after previous host Craig Kilborn stepped down in August 2004. Many people might recognize Craig as "Nigel Wick", Drew Carey's boss from The Drew Carey Show. The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson follows the traditional "late night talk show formula", which includes the host coming out from backstage and talking to the audience for a few minutes, then sits down at his desk, interviews a couple guests, and brings on an occasional stand-up comedian or musical talent to perform. The Late Late Show aired Monday-Friday at 12:35 am on CBS, following The Late Show with David Letterman. Theme Song: It's Hard to Stay Up It's Been a Long, Long Day
    and You Got the Sandman at the Door
    But Hang On, Leave the TV On and Let's Do It Anyway
    It's OK, You Can Always Sleep Through Work Tomorrow, OK?
    Hey Hey Tomorrow's Just a Future Yesterday

    Performed by Craig Fergusonmoreless
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    Space Ghost Coast to Coast

    Space Ghost Coast to Coast

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2004)
    Space Ghost started out as a scientist, but later was recruited into a member of the intergalactic police. His abilities come from his suit that allows him to fly, and the power bands on his wrists can get him out of almost any situation. Now, he's a talk show host for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block. Much like what they have done for the recent Harvey Birdman: Attorney At Law, Space Ghost was an old Hanna-Barbera superhero show, called Space Ghost and Dino Boy. So enjoy the laughs and more laughs as the first ever Adult Swim show lives on!moreless
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    I Love the 80s

    I Love the 80s

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    VH1 (ended 2002)
    VH1's special I Love The 80's takes a look back at all the years from 1980-1989. Stars make jokes and cracks at the times back then and review them. Popular events and items from each individual year are touched upon, and there are several recurring segments that appear in every episode, recounting the "Babes of...," "Hunks of...," "Born in...", and a "Then and Now" comparison for each year.moreless
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    Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction

    Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction

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    FOX (ended 2002)
    Each episode presents five stories, some fact based on real events and some fiction. At the end of each episode, it is revealed which stories are true and which are not. This series first aired in the USA from May 1997 till September 2002.
    In season 1 (1997) the host was James Brolin and in season 2-4 (1998, 2000 & 2002) Jonathan Frakes made a very interesting host.moreless
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    Pardon the Interruption

    Pardon the Interruption

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    ESPN
    On Monday, Oct. 22, ESPN premiered Pardon The Interruption, a live and provocative show devoted exclusively to sports opinions and headline issues, airs each weekday at 5:30 p.m. ET leading into SportsCenter. The 30-minute program originates from Washington, D.C. and features Washington Post columnists Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon. The two address a variety of issues from the sports world each day with some the help of some in-studio and out-of-studio contributors. The program reairs each weekday at 6:30 p.m. ET on ESPNEWS, and often at 7:30 on ESPN2. Kornheiser and Wilbon, who have been debating each other in the sports and style pages of the Washington Post for more than two decades, face-off nightly on the day's hot topics. Timely interviews with newsmakers frame the debates. Viewers also have an opportunity to ask questions and voice opinions. Veteran ESPN news executive Jim Cohen serves as the show's executive producer. Kornheiser and Wilbon, frequent guests on ESPN's The Sports Reporters, remain with The Post and continue writing columns for the sports pages. Kornheiser also continues as host of Tony Kornheiser Show on ESPN Radio.moreless
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    The Writers' Room

    The Writers' Room

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    SundanceTV (ended 2014)
    Outrageous success. Horrible mistakes. Last minute changes. Creators of today's most ground-breaking TV shows tell all in the place where it all starts: The Writers' Room.

    Sundance Channel gives viewers an in-depth look at the process of creating quality hit shows. Host Jim Rash sits down with showrunners, writers, and cast for some of cable and the networks' acclaimed shows to find out how it's done.


    Broadcast History (All times E/P):
    Season 2, Episodes 4-6 – Monday 11 pm
    Season 2, Episodes 1-3 – Friday 9:00 pm
    Season 1 – Monday 10:00 pm

    Program Notes:
    Season one's set was a mock-up of a typical writers' room. It had dry-erase and cork boards with plot cards on the back wall interspersed with framed promotional posters from the show under discussion. The set had dark, grayish-blue walls, a hardwood floor, and bright lighting. The host – in a suit – sat with the talent on executive chairs at a conference table. A writer or executive from Entertainment Weekly participated in the last segment of the episode called "The Last Word with Entertainment Weekly", where the reporter asked general questions of the talent for fans not as interested in the process. Before the main titles, clips or video from the relevant show played with excerpts from the upcoming discussion.

    Season two brought a new set, and a new attitude. There was no contract with Entertainment Weekly anymore – reporters from different online or print magazines were given a seat for the full episode, giving analyses and opinions. The new, relaxed tone was complemented by a set that looked like a closed bar (brick walls, bar stools, and liquor bottles; but, strangely, also a classic spotlight and film camera), in front of which were sofas and tables where Rash and the talent sat. Rash's wardrobe was more casual, with sweaters and patterned shirts in warm colors. There were now man-of-the-street opinions before the main titles, and questions to the writers about specific scenes during the episode. The final segment winnowed down the talent to just one or two for a wrap-up.

    Awards:
    2014 Emmy Awards (66th)
    Nominated – Outstanding Informational Series or Specialmoreless
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