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    The Soup

    The Soup

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    E!
    With this new satirical series, the E! Entertainment Network returns to a format they helped create with the popular '90s show Talk Soup. Only this time instead of just poking fun at talk shows, they're setting their sights on all things in entertainment, reality TV, pop culture, and politics.moreless
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    Mad Money

    Mad Money

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    CNBC
    Wall Street expert Jim Cramer dishes advice on the hottest stocks and investment strategies. The show features fast-paced segments such as “Am I Diversified” and “Pick of the Week” where Cramer doles out his wisdom to viewers who call in.moreless
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    Extra

    Extra

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    NBC
    Love celebrity gossip? Then you know Extra. Mario Lopez and Maria Menounos host this show.
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    The Montel Williams Show

    The Montel Williams Show

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    (ended 2008)
    Emmy Award-winner Montel Williams began 2005 with his 15th season as host of THE MONTEL WILLIAMS SHOW. Winner of the 1996 "Outstanding Talk Show Host" category, the show has been honored with Daytime Emmy nominations for "Outstanding Talk Show" in 2001 and 2002 and was nominated for "Outstanding Talk Show Host" in 2002. Entertaining, spontaneous and always challenging, he continues to address familial, youth and relationship issues with provocative and meaningful discussions, while maintaining his own point of view.moreless
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    Fox & Friends

    Fox & Friends

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    FOX
    Gretchen Carlson, Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade, Janice Dean and many others anchor the early morning "zoo-cast" where at times producers talk over the intercom, anchors cross the set for more coffee, and interns do the weather or sports. On the serious side, they update the news, discuss issues with liberal and conservative pundits, and take calls from or read viewer email. Stars from sports, music, movies and TV drop by regularly as well.moreless
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    GMTV

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    GMTV (ended 2010)
    GMTV originally aired between 1st January 1993 and 31st December 1999. At this point the show changed it's title toGMTV Today. The show returned as part of a rebrand of the channel on January 5th 2010 and aired on ITV1 and ITV1HD (as of 2nd April 2010) 6am-8.35am Monday-Thursday and 6am-9.25am on Fridays until 3rd September 2010. It bought you up to date with the mornings latest news and views. With real-life stories, celebrity exclusives, tv reviews and more.moreless
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    The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn

    The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn

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    CBS (ended 2004)
    Craig Kilborn hosted this zany talk show, which followed David Letterman's show, from 1999 until 2004. Kilborn left The Daily Show in 1999 to be this show's host after Tom Synder retired. Some segments such as, "5 Questions" were carried over from when he was on The Daily Show. Kilborn left The Late Late Show on August 27, 2004 to pursue new opportunities.moreless
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    Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

    Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

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    BBC (ended 2010)
    With a cheeky gag never too far away and a wit sharper than his own suits, don't expect the guests to get an easy ride on the way to plugging their latest film, book, session in rehab or range of underpants. Funny, likeable and unlike any other chat show host, if you get to sit with Jonathan you're doing something right. Either that, or you're just Ricky Gervais.moreless
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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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    Jeff Probst

    Jeff Probst

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    NBC (ended 2013)
    Jeff Probst, known for hosting the reality series Survivor, hosts this new one hour talk show. Jeff has hosted many shows, as well as worked as a reporter and executive producer. Now he is joined by a live audience for discussion of topics like relationships, families, newsmakers and more.moreless
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    amc

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    (ended 1952)
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    The Mo'Nique Show

    The Mo'Nique Show

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    BET
    Comedianne, Mo'Nique, features celebrity guests and musical performances that deliver a fun hour every night. A resident deejay keeps the show bouncing and Mo'Nique keeps the audience laughing.
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    Sunday Sunday

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    ITV (ended 1990)
    Gloria Hunniford fronted this long running London based chat show featuring interviews with well known public figures and celebrities including Christopher Reeve, Kylie Minogue, Dusty Springfield and Bruce Willis.
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    Miss America Pageant

    Miss America Pageant

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    ABC
    The most beautiful women in America face-off in this famous contest that rewards one outstanding woman for her overall beauty.
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    Steve Harvey

    Steve Harvey

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    NBC
    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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    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Real Time With Bill Maher

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    HBO
    "Real Time with Bill Maher" is a weekly HBO talk show series hosted by comedian and political satirist Bill Maher. Episodes include an opening political sketch, a monologue, a panel of three well educated celebrities, two guests (live or via satellite), and at the end, "New Rules."

    The panel members normally represent a wide spectrum of American politics, which results in an interesting discussion and a fair presentation of the current events. While Bill Maher acts as the panel's head, he doesn't hide his ideological viewpoints. He'll end up agreeing with and attacking both sides of the political spectrum.

    The last segment, "New Rules," is political satire and covers Bill Maher's personal peeves of the week.

    The fore-runner of this series is the series Politically Incorrect (shown first on Comedy Central and then later on ABC).moreless
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    The Maury Povich Show

    The Maury Povich Show

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    The Maury Povich Show deals with every day life drama's. From "Who is your baby's daddy to is it a man or a woman. Maury deals with real people with real problems. He helps try to solve mysteries of guests who have no where else to turn to get answers.moreless
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    The People's Court

    The People's Court

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    The People's Court - a throwback to 1950s syndicated courtroom fare such as Traffic Court and The Stand Accused - was set in a small-claims court. The litigants had both agreed to bring their grievances to a California small-claims court, where retired Superior Court Judge Joseph A. Wapner heard the cases. The plaintiffs could file a claim for up to $1,500, while the defendants sometimes filed a countersuit if they felt they were due compensation. While most cases were run-of-the-mill complaints over poor service, broken contracts, ownership rights and malfunctioning merchandise, others had odd twists. For instance: * The overweight stripper who was not paid because the bachelor party-goers thought she was unattractive. During the arguments, she reveals she had gone at the request of her friend, the bride-to-be who found out about the party. * The mother who refused to pay a clown after he came to a birthday party dressed as a towering purple monster (he was supposed to play a Smurf); the clown ended up terrifying the party-goers. * The woman who requested a male friend make good on a verbal contract to pay half of the cost of her daughter's abortion, when she thought he was the father. He had backed out when he was sterile. * A woman who sued the owner of a pitbull after he jumped on the hood of his car. The pitbull's owner claimed she struck the dog and requested payment for the dog's injuries; and even suspected the resulting damage to the car was from a prior accident. And the list of odd cases went on. Each litigant (who, as the announcer reminded viewers each day, were not actors) stated his case before Joseph A. Wapner . After he was through asking questions, he retreated to his chambers before rendering his decision. More than once, he refused to support either side. Each litigant was then interviewed by the courtroom reporter (originally Doug Llewelyn from 1981-1993); sometimes, he gave the results of how courtroom spectators would have decided the case. Usually two cases were heard per show, though some longer cases took up the entire 30 minutes. If time permitted, Wapner fielded questions from the gallery; or legal expert Harvey Levin gave advice on handling that episode's legal scenario (i.e., confronting a car dealer about a car suspected to be a lemon). Each episode ended with Llewelyn admonishing viewers with some variation of the age old advice: "When you get mad, don't take the law into your own hands ... take 'em to court!" The original version of The People's Court ran for 12 years. When The People's Court returned to syndicated TV in 1997, the show expanded to 60 minutes, with Judge Ed Koch (the former New York City mayor) now presiding. Koch lasted until 1999, when Judge Jerry Scheindlin took over in 1999. Judge Marilyn Milian has presided since 2001. The format of the revised The People's Court was essentially similar, except the small claim's court limit was upped to $5,000. Sometimes, the interviewers also asked spectators on-camera their thoughts of a case before the judge's verdict was announced. Related Shows The People's Court UK Carol Smillie is set to present a new UK version of the People's Court for ITV1's new daytime line-up titled itv DAY.moreless
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    Frontline

    Frontline

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    Since it began in 1983, ‘Frontline' has been airing public-affairs documentaries that explore a wide scope of the complex human experience. Frontline's goal is to extend the impact of the documentary beyond its initial broadcast by serving as a catalyst for change.moreless
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    The Howard Stern Show

    The Howard Stern Show

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    E! (ended 2005)
    Howard Stern changed the face of media with this hit show, which is actually a filmed version of his morning radio show. Howard took freedom of speech to the next level, which kept listeners listening and watchers watching. Howard graduated from Boston University in 1976, where he acquired a first class degree in radio broadcasting. He also began his career as a disc jockey. He was the first D.J. to feature a naked woman on the radio, and has been featuring naked women on his show ever since. When Howard talks, people listen, and when Howard's sidekicks, especially his partner Robin Quivers (who also does news) adds her two-sense in as well its hard to take your ears away. Howards executive producer Gary Dell'Abate is featured a lot in the show, along with Fred Norris, Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling (who is no longer with the show) Artie Lange, "Stuttering" John Melendez, and the list goes on. Howard takes a different approach to interviews, although he does interview celebrities a lot, he occasionally interviews regular people off the street and somehow makes it interesting, which is something very few people in media can do. Howard takes his games to the next level also, whether it be win a night with a porn star, fathers taking off their daughters clothes if they get an answer wrong, homeless jeopardy, evaluting women to see if they're good enough for playboy (brutally honest as well, especially Ralph Circella) and so on. Many porn stars have been featured on Howard's show mostly to look to have intercourse with a listener. Howard has been labeled the "King of Media" and with topics like this he sure has earned that title.moreless
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