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    Cops

    Cops

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    Now known as the original reality series, COPS hit the airwaves in early 1989, putting camera crews in police cars all across the United States. Adopting the Cinema Verité style of documentary filming, COPS uses no narration, depending completely on the police officers and the footage shot as it happens to tell the story. Each COPS camera crew consists of a camera operator and a sound mixer. The officer is mic'd with a wireless mic directly to the camera and the sound mixer captures the suspects, witnesses and other officers with a boom mic. Multiple crews can be stationed in one area as well as crews working different cities across the country at the same time. Still one of the most popular television shows on the air, COPS moved from the FOX network to Spike TV in the fall of 2013, keeping it's original 8pm time slot on Saturday nights.moreless
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    1000 Ways To Die

    1000 Ways To Die

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    Death is the ultimate unknown; something we both fear and are intrigued by. 1000 Ways to Die chronicles the last moments of people who met an untimely demise by making bad choices or through sheer bad luck. As well as being horrifying and morbidly funny, 1000 Ways to Die is also educational and recreates the scenes using state of the art CGI graphics animation.moreless
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    Trucks!

    Trucks!

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    Welcome to the Trucks! guide at TV.com. This show is for gearheads who love big trucks and lowriders that are hot rod trucks. More information to come soon.
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    MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge

    MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge

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    Spike TV (ended 2007)
    "MXC" (formerly known as "Most Extreme Elimination Challenge") is the ultimate in reality sports, where two teams of contestants are both physically and mentally challenged and eliminated through crazy and challenging games. To add to the fun, there's the hilarious commentary of Kenny Blankenship and Vic Romano, along with field reporter Guy LeDouche (and his many family members) and field marshall/referee Captain Tenneal.

    This program originally comes from a Japanese reality series called "Takeshi's Castle" that has been dubbed into English with comedic results that has nothing to do with the original format of the original program.moreless
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    Gangland

    Gangland

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    The History Channel takes an in depth look at American street gangs, their effect on their communities and some of the most famous gangs throughout American history. Gangland will explore gang community, gang rivalry as well as gangs based upon racism.moreless
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    Deadliest Warrior

    Deadliest Warrior

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    The greatest warriors of all time face off against one another. History provides the information; scientific tests and expert testimonials provide the results. Hours of intensive research is done to answer one question; "Who is Deadliest?"moreless
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    Blade: The Series

    Blade: The Series

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    Spike TV (ended 2006)
    On the mean streets of Detroit, an ancient evil is growing bolder by the day. The House of Chthon is on the verge of eliminating the final barriers to their supremacy over mankind, and only the Daywalker can stop them. Half human, half immortal. His only allies are a master weaponsmith and a woman obsessed with revenge against Chthon. And he will stop at nothing to win his war, because he is the ultimate vampire hunter. His name is Blade.moreless
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    Stripperella

    Stripperella

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    From Stan Lee, the man who brought us such popular superheroes as Spider-Man and X-Men, comes this new kind of superhero in the form of the animated series Stripperella. Pamela Anderson provides the voice of Erotica Jones who is stripper by night and superhero Stripperella by even later at night. A show with something for everyone, Stan Lee promises that despite it's adult setting Stripperella is "really a family show...but for a highly sophisticated family." The stories are a little bizarre but considering the talent involved there is no doubt that it's entertaining. Also working behind the scenes is director Kevin Altieri, known for his work on the highly acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series, and writers Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert (a huge jump from being writers for Nickelodeon's All That), the two were brought on to give the show its comedic twist. With a name like Stripperella you can't expect the show to take itself too seriously. Like a cross between a Marvel comic and The Simpsons expect a clever mix of action and comedy. Pam herself works with the guys behind the scenes as a consultant and as a model for her character. As consultant she has the chance to add her input on the scripts as well as the style of the show. The Style A gritty, rock-video look, more jokes than you'll have time to notice, and all the action one stripper can handle. Not to mention voice cameos by celebs such as Kid Rock and There's Something About Mary directors The Farrelly Brothers. Kid Rock also does the theme song. Who is Stripperella? Pamela is the voice of Erotica Jones, a dancer at the local strip club, who always has time for her friends such as Persephone, a fellow stripper who is dating conjoined twins. But when duty calls Erotica becomes Stripperella an agent for T.H.U.G.G. and a superhero who fends off nasty villains such as Dr. Cesarean, a plastic surgeon whose evil plans involve giving unexpected women explosive breast implants made of nitroglycerin; Cheapo, a super-villain on a budget who makes his henchman share a gun; And Pushy Galore, a former genetic physicist who has learned to breed animals with designer logos on their skin and makes designer knockoffs out of her ex-husbands. What makes Stripperella a superhero? Stripperella has the ability to float to safety from tall distances courtesy of her enhanced hair. Watch out for her patented move 'Scissor-ella' which allows her to knock-out bad guys with her thighs (think Famke Jannsen as Xenia Onatopp in the James Bond film Goldeneye). If she allows you to touch her breasts then look out for trick because a gadget in the chest area of her outfit works as a lie detector and tells Stripperella if someone is lying when they touch it. But the most outrageous gadget at her disposal has to be the digital scanner placed under her tongue which she can use to upload pictures to a computer.moreless
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    MuscleCar

    MuscleCar

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    MuscleCar, a television program on Spike TV, features car enthusiasts rebuilding old American muscle cars from the ground up. The show also goes into how the cars were originally built, as well as their history in America's automotive tradition. The series delves deep into the lives of mechanics, painters and auto technicians as they attempt to restore classic automobiles to their glory days. The show was brought into a group of car-related shows called the Powerblock as of 2006. The show was orginially co-hosted by Lou Santiago and Jared Zimmerman before Zimmerman left to return to Rad Rides by Troy. Left by hmself, Santiago employed shop assistants to help present the show during this time. On October 1st, 2007, Rick "The Arsonist" Bacon became a new co-host on the show. Santiago remained on the show until later that month. His final show aired on Febuary 17th, 2008 with his offical on-air announcement of his departure. co-host of the series until his last taping of the show on Friday, October 26, 2007. The final show with him as host aired on February 17, 2008 with his on air official announcement of his departure. After Santiago left left the series, Bacon took over hosting duties along with new co-hos Brent Buttrey. Buttery then left, to be replaced by new co-host by Tommy Boshers.moreless
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    MANswers

    MANswers

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    Got a stupid question? Chances are it will be answered on this Spike TV show. Get your fill of gross humor in this male-directed variety show. MANswers is like a magazine show filled with outrageous and off-the-wall subjects. Although some topics border on barely legal, you will be entertained. If you're looking for a fun way to fill your mind with nearly useless facts and trivia, you have found the right place.moreless
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    DEA

    DEA

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    The men and women of the DEA are profiled in this exclusive access show. Diving deep into the drug world, you see how the drug rings are infiltrated by DEA agents deep undercover. Agents risk their lives to take millions of dollars in cash, drugs and weapons off the streets. From the minor street pushing to the international kingpins, the agents are the last people drug dealers want to meet up with.moreless
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    Spike Video Game Awards

    Spike Video Game Awards

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    Spike TV hosts an awards show for all things video game-related. Don't miss all the biggest names in th gaming world, as well as some Hollywood stars and musical performers.
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    Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon

    Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon

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    In 2002, John K. received a phone call from a cable channel called TNN (now Spike TV). TNN was struggling against other channels and decided to give the creator a new chance. In June of 2003, Ren and Stimpy returned with 3 all-new episodes (which used plots developed for the original Nick show), plus the classic episodes the way they were meant to be seen. The show continues the adventures of the duo from the cult classic cartoon series, placing them in a completely No-Nickelodeon-Censorship universe.

    Originally 6 episodes were due to appear during the summer of 2003 but were delayed for a year along with the rest of Spike's "Strip" (mainly because of the extremely risque "Naked Beach Frenzy" episode).

    Spike TV planned to bring the show back with the final remaining episodes on August 20th, 2004, but instead delayed the series once again and canceled the series in early December.

    John K is working on an APC DVD for a release later this year. (Confirmed on the MOTLOS Forums by John and Mike K)
    Schedule

    Spike TV (USA):
    June 26th-October 2nd, 2003:
    Thursdays at 10:00 P.M. (Adult Party Cartoon)
    Thursdays at 11:30 P.M. (The Ren and Stimpy Show, A.K.A., "Digitally Remastered Classics.")


    October 9th, 2003-February 1st, 2004:
    Off schedule (Adult Party Cartoon)
    Off schedule (The Ren and Stimpy Show, A.K.A., "Digitally Remastered Classics.")


    February 2nd-July 3rd, 2004:
    Delayed until further notice (Adult Party Cartoon)
    Tuesday through Saturday at 02:00-03:00 A.M. (The Ren and Stimpy Show, A.K.A., "Digitally Remastered Classics.")

    August 3rd-December 5th, 2004:
    On Hiatus

    December 5th, 2004:
    The show was sadly cancelled due to network stupidity.
    Start a petition to help get the show back on the air or to get Comedy Central to air the final episodes!
    Teletoon (Canada):
    No Longer Airs...moreless
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    Horsepower

    Horsepower

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    Horsepower is a Spike TV original series, presented as part of Powerblock, the show written by gear heads for gear heads. In Horsepower, modern secrets for getting the most out of your machine are revealed by industry experts and top mechanic professionals, shedding some light on what makes the hottest new rides so hot. The series is hosted by Joe Elmore and Mike Galley, two car-obsessed rev heads who introduce the latest and greatest gear from GM, Ford, and Mopar and share tips and tricks on how to maximize your own street machine. Some segments find Joe and Mike in the shop, working on a slick new whip and showing you the bolt-on mods that make them fly. In other segments, Joe and Mike hit the road, tracking down the best underground street races America has to offer and checking out the winning machines. Horsepower is a must-watch series for car fans, full of information on how to get the most power out of your ride.moreless
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    The Joe Schmo Show

    The Joe Schmo Show

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    Welcome to The Joe Schmo Show guide. Season Two: Two people, looking for love in all the wrong places. But nothing could be more wrong than this. Meet Tim Walsh and Amanda Naughton. Two real people, in search of romance on a reality show that they don't know is fake. In a parody of reality-romance programs, the two new marks believe they are on a program called Last Chance for Love. What they don't know is that they have actually been cast and Joe and Jane Schmo and they are the only real people on program filled with actors and actresses. They're once again playing reality-show stereotypes, such as the Gotta-Be Gay Guy and The Weeper. Familiar parody-elements return including ridiculous competitions and over-dramatized eviction ceremonies - the "Pearl Necklace" and "Flame of Love" ceremonies. And given the type of show, it wouldn't be complete without "shocking" twists - this time in the form of the Falcon Twist, perhaps a parody of the apple of Eden. Also present is host Ralph Garman, returning in disguise as Derek Newcastle, the "pompous but randy British host." In the fourth episode, things took a twist when the producers revealed to the original Jane Schmo, Ingrid, what she had suspected all along: the program was fake and the only other real person on it was Joe Schmo, Tim Walsh. She was then asked to join the show as one of the actresses in exchange for $100,000. Following another Falcon Twist, Amanda was added as the new Jane Schmo. The second season of The Joe Schmo Show has come to an end. Tim and Amanda learned the truth about their experience and seemed to take it in good spirits. It seems that the crew of the show has moved on to other things, including the 2005 SpikeTV "reality miniseries" Invasion Iowa. Season One: How will it end? When will he know? They're all actors working from a script, but he thinks it's real. Matt Kennedy Gould signed up for what he thought was a reality show called Lap of Luxury. This program has all the trappings of a reality show, from challenges such as "Pampering Competitions" (reward challenges) to an "eviction ceremony" and reality-show stereotypes such as "The Grizzled Veteran" and "The Gay Guy." It's set in a luxurious mansion and seems like it should be a great time, but there's something important that Matt doesn't know... he's the only real competitor and the others are all paid actors striving to make him crazy. The prize is $100,000, but can Matt, or rather "Joe Schmo," survive long enough to cash in without losing his mind? In the stunning finale, Joe learned that the program was a fake and he was the winner of all the prizes on the show, including the $100,000 grand prize. An attempt was made to revive these episodes in repeats as Mo' Joe Schmo Show, but this flopped and was pulled from the airwaves. The entire first season is now available, uncensored and with many special features, on DVD.moreless
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    UFC: Fight Night

    UFC: Fight Night

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    This show involves a mixed martial arts contest between contestants of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
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    The Dudesons

    The Dudesons

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    Spike TV (ended 2008)
    Spike TV is bringing Finland’s version of Jackass to the states. The Dudesons follows four friends as they dare each other to perform stupid stunts and crazy antics in the Arctic Circle.moreless
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    Surviving Disaster

    Surviving Disaster

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    Spike TV (ended 2009)
    Former Navy SEAL Cade Courtley offers audience the how-to on surviving such calamities as terrorist attacks, plane crashes, earthquakes and more. Education can be the key to your survival!
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    Oblivious

    Oblivious

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    Welcome to the Oblivious guide at TV.com. It's the hidden camera game show you don't know you're on! Host Regan Burns, in disguise, chats with complete strangers and inserts 5 trivia questions. After revealing himself and the hidden camera's location, Burns gives the unsuspecting contestants $20 cash for each correct answer. A "lightning round"(as many questions as possible in 60 seconds) is also done with the $20 per correct answer payout. Scantily-clad models are frequently seen carrying a visual aid for a $100 bonus question. The first player each show is given a chance for more money by pulling Burns' routine on someone else with Burns feeding them lines and questions through a hidden earpiece. The new player still gets $20 per correct answer but the player-turned-host gets $100 for each of the new player's correct answers. At commercial breaks, Burns stops some random people and asks them one question for $20. Theme Song: You might think I'm actin' funny (Whoa!) [i]Might not take me serious (How many breasts does a chicken have?) You won't know you're winning money ($400!) 'Cause you are oblivious! (You're oblivious! What are those? Whew, headlights.) Watch out for Oblivious. (Time's up!)moreless
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    WWE Velocity

    WWE Velocity

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    WWE Velocity is one hour of highly intensive wrestling action which continues the highs and lows experienced by all theWWE Smackdown! Superstars. Velocity has its own matches and gives all the updates and gossip you want to hear from the locker rooms of the WWE. WWE Velocity left television and for a couple of shows went online where you could watch it online and on June 10, 2006 they had their last show to open up room for ECW.moreless
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