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    American Muscle Car

    American Muscle Car

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    (ended 2001)
    Welcome to TV.com's American Muscle Car Guide!
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    Film School

    Film School

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    IFC (ended 2004)
    An adrenaline-fueled new docu-reality series, "Film School" turns the tables on four New York University graduate students--and captures their own personal dramas on camera as they scramble to complete their first big "calling card" films--award-winning, 10-minute thesis featurettes--at the famed Tisch School of the Arts. The latest offering from IFC captures the tension and pressure that builds as the ambitious young directors face spirit-sapping budget/fund-raising issues, casting, location and deadline problems and logistical challenges at every turn. NYU Film Alums Spike Lee, Martin Scorcese, Oliver Stone, and Amy Heckerling also make appearances in the show, which is directed by Oscar nominated director Nanette Burstein ("On the Ropes", "The Kid Stays in the Picture").moreless
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    The One Show

    The One Show

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    BBC
    The One Show is a topical magazine-style television programme, broadcast on weekdays at 7pm on BBC One. Originally presented by Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha in 2006 the show was the biggest single commission outside returning drama the BBC has ever handed out. Chiles was later joined by Myleene Klass when the show returned after a break in 2007 and then her replacement Christine Bleakley. Following a number of presenting changes it is currently presented by Alex Jones with Matt Baker on Monday's to Thursday's and Chris Evans on Friday's.moreless
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    The Test

    The Test

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    FX (ended 2001)
    Jillian Barberie hosts a show where 4 celebrities discuss moral questions. Most of the time they aren't really moral.
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    Inside the Big East

    Inside the Big East

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    ESPNU
    A half hour weekly studio show dedicated to highlighting and previewing Big East action.
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    Victory by Design

    Victory by Design

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    Speed TV
    Alain de Cadenet, as host/driver, and Tony Maylam, director/writer of the series, explain how they go about sourcing the most important cars in each marque, and then take those cars to a range of challenging and exotic locations in both the United States and Europe.moreless
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    Bill Moyers: A World of Ideas - Writers

    Bill Moyers: A World of Ideas - Writers

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    Bill Moyers: A World of Ideas - Writers is a collection of interviews of some of the top literary minds in the world by the one of the world's most respected journalists. Known as the type of interviewer who can take a half-hour interview on various topics and turn it into a mini-biopic that will be studied for decades, Moyers has chosen an all-star cast and interviews them on topics that are close to their own work. Tom Wolfe's interview touches on Wall Street, an area which the contemporary novelist has perhaps made his greatest impact. Joseph Heller, the author of Catch 22, sits down to discuss politics as only he perhaps can. Carlos Fuentes, the author of The Old Gringo, spends time enlightening the viewer on Mexico and the cultural and political background that gave rise to the vivid scenes painted within his work. Twenty-one other authors also take part in this compendium of writers' thoughts distilled over the course of the past three decades.moreless
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    Barbara Walters Special: 30 Mistakes in 30 Years

    Barbara Walters Special: 30 Mistakes in 30 Years

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    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    Walters chronicles her biggest interview faux pas.
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    The Making of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter

    The Making of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter

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    NBC
    The Making of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter provides a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Universal Studios Orlando theme park that brings J.K. Rowling's world of Harry Potter to life. Visitors to the theme park can travel through life-sized, sometimes animated versions of the sets they will instantly recognize from the movies. Hogsmeade, Diagon Alley and even the enormous castle that forms Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry are all present and crafted with authentic detail. The show offers an insider's view into the challenges of creating this magical world, complete with interviews from the cast of the movies, including Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) himself, as well as his best friends Ronald Weasley (Rupert Grint), Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) and more. Also included are interviews with the creative minds behind the architecture of the movies who worked closely with the design team to bring their sets into the real world. Thrill seekers will be interested in the making of the theme park's rides, including a roller coaster featuring dragons and a virtual broom ride dipping and diving through Hogwart's.moreless
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    Highly Questionable

    Highly Questionable

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    ESPN2
    Highly Questionable is a comedic look at the day in sports as Miami Herald writer Dan Le Batard, his father Gonzalo and Bomani Jones share their opinions. The show premiered in September 2011 as Dan Le Batard is Highly Questionable focusing on Dan and his father before Bomani joined the kitchen in 2013.moreless
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    Colin's New Football Show

    Colin's New Football Show

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    ESPN2
    Colin Cowherd will react to the week in college football and preview the NFL games every Sunday.
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    Da Ali G Show

    Da Ali G Show

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    HBO (ended 2004)
    Note: Show aired on HBO, thus content contained in this guide may not be suitable for children.

    The outrageous comedy/reality series stars British chameleon Sacha Baron Cohen, who travels across America in the guise of one of three totally different characters. Cohen's primary alter-ego is Ali G., who calls himself a "hip-hop journalist", but who's really a white rapper-wannabe.

    When Cohen isn't putting Ali G and his "guests" in unusual and often delightfully uncomfortable situations, he's shedding his yellow gangsta track suit attire and slipping into two other memorable characters: Borat, an impossibly naive TV reporter from Kazakhstan, and Bruno, a gay Austrian fashionista. The series aired under the name 'Ali G in da USAiii' in the UK, on channel 4, were the original show aired.moreless
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    The Larry Sanders Show

    The Larry Sanders Show

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    HBO (ended 1998)
    Comic Garry Shandling draws upon his own talk show experiences to create the character of Larry Sanders, a paranoid, insecure host of a late-night talk show. Larry, along with his obsequious television sidekick Hank Kingsley and his fiercely protective producer Artie, allows Garry Shandling and his talented writers to look behind the scenes and to show us a convincing slice of behind-the-camera life. Emmy Awards Nominations Outstanding Comedy Series 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series 1993 - Garry Shandling 1995 - Garry Shandling 1996 - Garry Shandling 1997 - Garry Shandling 1998 - Garry Shandling Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series 1993 - Rip Torn 1993 - Jeffrey Tambor 1994 - Rip Torn 1995 - Rip Torn 1996 - Rip Torn (winner) 1996 - Jeffrey Tambor 1997 - Jeffrey Tambor 1997 - Rip Torn 1998 - Jeffrey Tambor 1998 - Rip Torn Outstanding Supporting Actress For A Comedy Series 1996 - Janeane Garofalo Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series 1997 - Janeane Garofalo Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series 1993 - Dana Carvey 1997 - David Duchovny Outstanding Guest Actor For A Comedy Series 1996 - Mandy Patinkin Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series 1993 - Carol Burnett 1997 - Ellen Degeneres Outstanding Guest Actress For A Comedy Series 1996 - Rosie O'Donnell Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Comedy Series 1993 - Garry Shandling, Rosie Shuster, Paul Simms, Peter Tolan 1993 - Dennis Klein, Garry Shandling 1994 - Maya Forbes, Victor Levin, Drake Sather, Garry Shandling, Paul Simms 1995 - Peter Tolan 1995 - Peter Tolan, Garry Shandling Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series 1996 - Jon Vitti 1996 - Maya Forbes, Steve Levitan, Garry Shandling 1996 - Peter Tolan 1997 - Peter Tolan 1997 - Jon Vitti 1997 - Judd Apatow, John Markus, Garry Shandling 1998 - Garry Shandling, Peter Tolan (winner) 1998 - Richard Day, Alex Gregory, Peter Huyck Outstanding Individual Achievement In Directing In A Comedy Series 1994 - Todd Holland 1995 - Todd Holland Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series 1996 - Michael Lehmann 1996 - Todd Holland 1997 - Todd Holland 1997 - Alan Myerson 1998 - Todd Holland (winner) Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Series Or A Special 1997 - John Bickelhaupt, Ed Golya, Edward L. Moskowitz 1998 - John Bickelhaupt, Ed Golya, Edward L. Moskowitz Outstanding Multi-camera Picture Editing For A Series 1997 - Sean Lambert, Leslie Tolan 1997 - Paul Anderson, Leslie Tolan 1998 - Paul Anderson, Sean Lambert, Leslie Tolan Outstanding Lighting Direction (electronic) For A Comedy Series 1997 - Peter Smokler 1998 - Peter Smokler (source: Academy of Television Arts & Sciences) Golden Globe Awards Nominations Best Television Series - Comedy Or Musical 1997 Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Comedy Or Musical 1995 - Garry Shandling 1996 - Garry Shandling (source: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association)moreless
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    Hopkins

    Hopkins

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    ABC
    Baltimore's John Hopkins Hospital is the setting for this documentary series that spotlights real-life drama inside a high-pressure hospital.
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    E:60

    E:60

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    ESPN
    This primetime news magazine series hails from ESPN. Reporters discuss issues relating to sports from a more controversial approach.
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    The Woody Woodbury Show

    The Woody Woodbury Show

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    (ended 1969)
    Welcome to The Woody Woodbury Show guide. Hosted by raucous comedian Woody Woodbury for syndication by Ralph Edwards Productions in Hollywood. The program featured Woody performing bits of his nightclub act which included playing piano and comic dialogue. His band was the Michael Melvin Combo with Joe Pass on guitar. The announcer of the show was Robert (Bob) Ridgely. Booking artists for the program were Mary Markham and Gary Gamska. The show featured talented musicians, pop groups, comedians, stars and authors. The program's producer was Ralph Edwards.moreless
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    1 Girl 5 Gays

    1 Girl 5 Gays

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    LOGO (ended 2013)
    Host Aliya-Jasmine Sovani with a panel of five of her best gay friends have discussions on sex and relationships. The group of gay men love totally outrageous topics and will talk about anything! Aliya-Jasmine asks them anything and they reply with whatever comes to mind first!moreless
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    Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead

    Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead

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    Lifetime (ended 2007)
    So you think all psychics are frumpy and fashion-challenged? Enter Lisa Williams to debunk that myth: a young, attractive clairvoyant with a stylish edge and a cute accent who speaks to the dead. Proving that it's hip to be a medium, Lisa offers insight into the afterlife delivered just like your best friend doling out advice.moreless
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    Late Night With David Letterman

    Late Night With David Letterman

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    NBC (ended 1993)
    David Letterman made his name as a TV legend with this influential comedy/talk show series. Dave was a departure from the usual happy, pleasant host; he was sarcastic, moody, grumpy--and on a bad night, he could be all three and almost unwatchable. Generally, though, he treated guests with a refreshing irrereverence. The comedy segments often cast a jaded eye at the cliches of life and especially show business--a wink to the audience that we were all in on whatever scam was being perpetrated on us. Along that line, bandleader Paul Shaffer would banter with Dave in a faux-Rat Pack/swinger style, an exaggeration of how the typical 'hip' talk show musician acted. Recurring bits over the years included: the nighty 'Top Ten' list, often based on a topic in the news; 'Stupid Pet Tricks', when real people and their pets demonstrated, well, exactly what the title says; 'Peggy, the foul-mouthed chambermaid', who would come out and curse at Letterman (most of her dialog was bleeped); Chris Elliot as the creepy guy under the stairs; and TV cameras attached to anything that moved, most unforgettably to a chimp. Borrowing an idea from Steve Allen, Dave ocassionally performed ridiculous stunts. Among them, he had himself dunked into a giant bowl of milk; wore a suit of suet; almost passed out from fumes when, covered with Alka-Seltzer tablets, was dunked in a tank of water; and, wearing a velcro suit, jumped on a trampoline and stuck to a wall. "Late Night with David Letterman" was highly praised, winning five Emmy Awards, and a prestigious Peabody for taking, as the award said, "one of TV's most conventional and least-inventive forms, the talk show, and infusing it with freshness and imagination." NOTE: Thanks to noted Letterman expert Don "Donz5" Giller for his help in correcting and contributing to this episode guide.moreless
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    Buried Treasure

    Buried Treasure

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    FOX
    Twin antique-dealer brothers, Leigh and Leslie Keno, will travel across America searching for hidden treasure in people's homes. If they find a treasure, they will lobby for the family to sell the item.moreless
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