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    NFL on FOX

    NFL on FOX

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    FOX
    This show features Joe Buck, Kenny Albert, Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman, Daryl Johnston and Brian Billick as announcers for each Sunday football game.
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    The Joey Bishop Show

    The Joey Bishop Show

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    ABC (ended 1969)
    The Joey Bishop Show hosted by Joey Bishop was a late night talk show that ran opposite "The Tonight Show". Joey's trusty sidekick was Regis Philbin. His band leader was Johnny Mann and His Merrymen. Joey started out with gangbuster ratings of a 51.9 share when the Tonight Show was going thru a tough time during Johnny Carson's walk out. Lasting only three seasons there were some wonderful highlights on the show and dynamite performances by pop and rock bands just starting out.moreless
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    The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien

    The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien

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    NBC (ended 2010)
    Conan O'Brien, formerly Late Night veteran, moves to the West coast taking over as the fifth host of The Tonight Show. New studio, new style, same good old television institution. Conan O'Brien began hosting the show on June 1st, 2009. Previous Tonight Show hosts include the famous Johnny Carson and Jay Leno. In a twist of events, succeeding Tonight Show hosts also include Jay Leno.moreless
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    Mike & Mike in the Morning

    Mike & Mike in the Morning

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    ESPN2
    Hosted by Mike Golic, ex-professional football player, and Mike Greenberg, an accomplished sports writer and huge fan of sports, Mike and Mike in the Morning gives viewers the lowdown on what's going on in the world of sports. Greenberg and Golic both have very opposite views on just about every subject, giving a well rounded look at each topic they discuss.moreless
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    Dinner for Five

    Dinner for Five

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    IFC (ended 2008)
    Actor/writer/director Jon Favreau invites four of his celebrity peers to dinner to discuss their experiences, in an homage to the famed Algonquin Roundtable. The result is a freewheeling gabfest in which movie industry professionals chat about their projects, past and present, and about life on and off the set.moreless
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    Rove Live

    Rove Live

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    Network Ten (ended 2009)
    Considered Australia's answer to the likes of Leno, Letterman, and O'Brien, Rove McManus presents a live, weekly, Logie-winning variety/talk program that is broadcast nationwide to Australia and New Zealand.

    Regular segments on Rove Live include Petespace, Hamish and Andy and RyDeas. The show also makes creative use of its database of willing Live List members who volunteer to have their lives interrupted on air.

    And let's not forget a guest list comprising the biggest names Rove can lay his hands on, each and every week. Musically, Rove Live consistently presents some of the most cutting edge Australian and international acts.

    Co-host Peter Helliar continues to provide the laughs, whether by reviewing DVDs, showing off his PeteSpace or just interrupting Rove to hit on a guest.

    2007 saw the start of the Hamish and Andy segment, RyDeas, PeteSpace and the continuation of Carrie Bickmore's News Week.moreless
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    The Herd – Radio Simulcast

    The Herd – Radio Simulcast

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    ESPNU
    ESPNU's simulcast of ESPN Radio's mid-day program with the host offering commentary, perspective and interviews, as well as daily segments including "Spanning the Globe."
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    The Jay Leno Show

    The Jay Leno Show

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    NBC (ended 2010)
    Following 17 years as the host of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno moves to prime time with The Jay Leno Show. The self-titled program will feature several of the popular segments from his previous gig such as Headlines and Jaywalking, along with new segments by correspondents such as Great Black Moments in White History with Dwayne Perkins and JMZ with Mikey Day. Watch video clips for The Jay Leno Show on TV.com.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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    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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    Fernwood 2Night

    Fernwood 2Night

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    (ended 1977)
    By the end of 1976, producer extraordinaire Norman Lear had a crisis on his hands. His cult-favorite sitcom Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman imploded when its star, Louise Lasser, went through emotional trauma that forced her to resign. But Hartman's hometown of Fernwood, Ohio (ZIP Code 45989) would not shrivel up. Toward the end of the next summer, a new set of characters emerged with a "talk show" called Fernwood 2Night, airing (originally) live from Channel 6 in Fernwood. The host of Fernwood 2Night was Barth Gimble, who had left a very successful talk show in Miami under circumstances similar to Louise Lasser's real-life breakdown. Barth returned to his home of Fernwood to start this new talk show on Channel 6. Immediately, he used it as a platform to deny the charges made against him in the Fernwood Courier ("There has never been a conviction"). But on the bright side, Barth did get in banter with interesting guests, his second banana Jerry Hubbard, and musical director Happy. Original production number: 127 Barth promotes the planned Garth Gimbel Memorial Tennis Classic. W.D. "Bud" Prize (Kenneth Mars) returns, and bows to public demands that he reveal the secret of his chinadonture treatment. In a rebuttal to Dr. Van Moot (aka Dr. Osgood), Phil Maltby (Morgan Upton) of Phil's Fashion Funwear and Medical Research Lab explains that leisure suits, far from causing cancer, actually can help cure disease. "Bud" Prize is so stimulated by this revelation that he falls asleep.moreless
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    Outside the Lines

    Outside the Lines

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    Wake up with ESPN's Sunday morning newsmagazine show that covers all things sports-related. Boy Ley and Jeremy Schaap host various guests on this diverse program.
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    The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet

    The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet

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    If your regular morning talk show just isn't starting off your day like it used to, try out The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet for great host chemistry, timely topics that relate to your life, and interesting guests. It is broadcast live from the Fox Studios in New York, Monday through Friday.moreless
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    SVP & Russillo

    SVP & Russillo

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    SportsCenter anchor Scott Van Pelt hosts a new radio show that will air in the afternoon on ESPN. A plethora of analysts, players and coaches will stop by daily to talk about the latest happenings in the world of sports.moreless
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    G4TV.COM

    G4TV.COM

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    G4 (ended 2005)
    G4tv.com was G4's weekly interactive late night talk show. Every Monday night, Co-hosts Tina Wood, Laura Foy and Geoff Keighley discuss and debate the previous weeks hottest topics in the gaming industry. Whether it be the latest game releases, the news on a new console release or the current game controversy, G4tv gets you the info. A viewer friendly show, callers would regularly have their questions answered on air or members of the G4 message board could have their questions answered on air. The show aired for four seasons before being cancelled soon after the G4/TechTV merger. Because G4tv, the only show with a budget smaller than X-Play, starts now. Show Trivia - - Originally started on G4. - After the merger of G4 and TechTV the show aired 10:00 p.m. EST on Friday nights. - October 10, 2005 - moved to 9:30 p.m. EST on Monday nights.moreless
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    After Lately

    After Lately

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    E!
    When Chelsea Lately signs off each night, Chelsea Handler's gaggle of lunatic staffers is just getting started. Follow the real-life laughs of Chuy, Brad, Sarah, Chris, Heather and the rest of the gang--because, hey, Handler's not the only funny one around here.moreless
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    Glenn Beck

    Glenn Beck

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    CNN (ended 2011)
    Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Glenn Beck became even more visible in 2006 with his first television commentary show, CNN's Glenn Beck, which was at the time, the fastest growing TV talk show on cable. In 2009, Beck's show moved over to the Fox News Channel. Getting his start in radio after winning a contest to be a DJ for an hour, Beck began his talk show career at Tampa, Florida's 970 WFLA-AM, going to the number one slot in less than a year. The Glenn Beck Program radio show is syndicated through the Premiere Radio Network on over 300 radio stations as well as XM Satellite Radio, making it the third highest rated national radio talk show with adults 25 to 54. A recovering alcoholic, Beck shares his triumphs, struggles, and discoveries on the shows and isn't afraid of controversy. Debuting May 8, 2006, Glenn Beck, the television show, doubled CNN's viewers during the time period and became one of the network's most popular shows. But being the only conservative voice on the ultra-liberal cable channel proved to be too much for CNN and the show moved to the more politically centered Fox News Channel in 2009. Featuring witty responses to current events in a conservative light, Glenn Beck was a news entertainment show for "those who cannot stand to watch the news anymore." After lots of pressure from the left, and a dispute with FOX News chief, The Glenn Beck Program left FOX June 30, 2011.moreless
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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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    Richard & Judy

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    Channel 4 (ended 2009)
    Richard & Judy was a successful British teatime chat/magazine show, which originally aired on Channel 4 between 2001 and 2008, then moved to digital channel Watch for a year, before ending on July 1st 2009. The hosts are famous husband and wife team Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, left ITV1's This Morning in 2001, were they were signed by Channel 4 to host a new teatime magazine/talk show similiar to the five episode series, The Richard & Judy Show, that they had presented in the Sunday night slot in 1992 on ITV. The couple began their first Channel 4 series in 2001 and hosted two series each year that they were on the channel, often sharing the slot with The Paul O'Grady Show, with each show airing for three months at a time. The show boasted celebrity roving reporters throughout each series, who often hosted a regular feature for numerous weeks. The show also featured recurring items, such as the Book Club and funniest internet video of the week. In November of 2007 it was announced that at the end of 2008, the couple will be leaving Channel 4 to help relaunch UKTV with a new primetime show. The last Channel 4 series began airing on the 16th of June 2008 and ended on August 22nd. The show began airing on Watch on 7th October 2008, under the name Richard & Judy's New Position at 8pm. After a Christmas break, the show returned on Tuesday 13th January, moving to 6pm, reverting back to Richard & Judy as the title. The ratings were constantly put under scrutiny, even though the show was featuring good guests. The show began it's last series on 21st April 2009, the last episode broadcast on 1st July.moreless
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    The Marsha Warfield Show

    The Marsha Warfield Show

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    NBC (ended 1991)
    Welcome to The Marsha Warfield Show guide at TV.com. Comedian-actress Marsha Warfield hosted this half hour talk variety program with an easy going relaxed manner. Executive produced by Richard S. Kline who also directed brought two guests per episode. Producer Darlene Hayes and Associate producer Alma L. Ramirez brought a strong female influence to the show.moreless
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