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    John Mayer Has a TV Show

    John Mayer Has a TV Show

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    VH1 (ended 2004)
    John Mayer Has a TV Show features the Grammy-award winning platinum musician as host of his very own talk show. But this talk show is set on the road. Shot guerrilla-style, it's one part documentary, one part travelogue and one part sketch comedy. The show is a fast-paced half-hour that offers up an entertaining behind-the-scenes look at John's life on the road. Shot during Mayer's most recent summer tour, the show gives us a glimpse of how John spends his day when he's not singing to sold-out crowds. He takes rapper Trick Daddy on a tour of downtown Nashville. He disguises himself in a bear suit costume to get a fresh perspective on how his audience preps for his concerts in the venue parking lot. And four female fans get a shot at tweaking their favorite musician's image when he brings them in for their very own focus group. John Mayer Has A TV Show is a fast-paced, new-fangled style talk show that gives an inside look at one of our country's fastest rising young stars.moreless
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    My Coolest Years

    My Coolest Years

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    My Coolest Years is the series that gives us the fun look back at a time we all remember so well.High School. Being cool never mattered as much as it did in high school, right?! Image was everything! What you wore, (jellies, concert t's, braces head gear, etc.) what you listened to, (Judas Priest and A HA, etc.) who you hung out with, (other freaks & geeks, etc.) where you lived, what you could do. We thought it all mattered so much - and it kinda did. High school was where you learned that achieving "coolness" meant possibly surviving the hormone-soaked, acne-faced battles for acceptance in the face of guaranteed ridicule from peers and classmates.

    But the "coolness" of your high school years had more to do with the fact that you were probably a self-centered teenager who perpetually believed in immortality and that the world sorta revolved around you rather than how popular you were among your classmates. And like it or not. High School sorted us out based on looks, brains, and musical tastes. And through it all let's face it. we all did some crazy sh*t back then!

    My Coolest Years is 10 episodes of fun teenage reflection. Each hour episode dedicated to the personal stories of a particular clique. If you grew up in America in the last 30 years, you'll recognize the types. We all had to pick one. To hang out with. To hook up with. To torment. To be. (Or not to be!) We'll hear from the Metalheads, Geeks, Hippies, Bad Girls, B Boys, Jocks & Cheerleaders, the Rich Kids, the kids who were In The Closet, their "First" Times (wink wink), and their Summer Vacations.

    Who knew that Jim Breuer and Mike Piazza were a bona fide Metalheads? Or that Ann Coulter loved the Grateful Dead? Or that Juliette Lewis couldn't get enough LL Cool J as a 14 year old B Girl? Or that John Tesh was a Geek who started to think that his first name was Ughh in High School as in "Ughh Tesh!"

    My Coolest Years tells the stories of the choices we made way back when in our quest to be accepted, to be ourselves, to have fun, and, if at all possible, to be cool.

    So join VH1's melting pot of rockers, rappers, actors and gadflies as they talk - uncensored and unashamed - about the friends they picked and the stunts they pulled to help survive the coolest years of their lives.moreless
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    The Agency

    The Agency

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    VH1 (ended 2007)
    This show examines what is involved and what it takes to be a part of the modeling world. Focusing mainly on the models but also on those involved in helping the models look their best, arrive on time, get work and work smoothly with their clients.moreless
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    Breaking Bonaduce

    Breaking Bonaduce

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    VH1 takes you on an inside tour of the unconventional relationship between former child TV star Danny Bonaduce and his wife Gretchen. Follow the couple as they seek help from Dr. Garry Corgiatt through couples therapy. Dr. Garry will challenge the couple to tackle their mountain of issues including Danny’s infidelity, addiction, and celebrity. Danny and Gretchen tied the knot after knowing each other for only seven hours, but fifteen years later the couple is still married and they are turning to Dr. Garry for help keeping it this way.moreless
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    Ultimate Albums

    Ultimate Albums

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    VH1 (ended 2003)
    Welcome to the Ultimate Albums guide at TV.com. Also called Vh1's Ultimate Albums, This show focuses on one specific album that an artist has released that has made a great impact on their career, and in many cases, our social life. It contains interviews with the musicians, producers, etc., and tells a story about how the concept originated, its subject matter, and what the performers thought about it. Produced by the people who brought us Behind The Music, it does not peel away the studio tracks the way its sister show, Classic Albums, does, although it does sometimes feature the musicians playing along with the recorded versions. After a promising beginning, the show began losing its focus by featuring several newer releases, and by increasingly erratic TV scheduling. After just nineteen episodes, it was placed on hiatus never to return. It does occasionally get a showing still, mostly on Vh1 Classic, but only a few of the episodes are rebroadcast.moreless
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    Stevie TV

    Stevie TV

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    Comedic sensation Stevie Ryan hosts this comedy sketch series that takes a look at everything pop culture, poking fun at its celebrities and even its audience.
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    The Springer Hustle

    The Springer Hustle

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    VH1 (ended 2007)
    Go behind the scenes of one of televisions most controversial shows in this VH1 docu-soap about the show, Jerry Springer Show. Meet the production team and find out what it takes to pull off a show of this caliber.moreless
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    Dating Naked

    Dating Naked

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    Bands Reunited

    Bands Reunited

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    Each episode of VH1's Bands Reunited chronicles the effort to reunite a popular band from decades past, long since broken up. The show's host, VH1 personality Aamer Haleem, travels the globe to track down the former band members and convince them to come together for a one time only reunion and performance in Los Angeles or London, England. Shock, embarrassment and sometimes anger are just a few of the reactions host Aamer Haleem finds as he shows up unexpectedly and surprises each band member with the possibility of reuniting with their former bandmates. Some are thrilled for the opportunity to relive their heydays, while others would rather keep the past in the past. Convincing the band members to put their divisive break-ups behind them is not an easy task. Emotions run high from past conflicts about money, music, heartache, and the rock and roll lifestyle. Join our host as he attempts to bring together these former band mates, and have them perform together live in a club packed with fans, some of whom will travel around the world to see their favorite band play one last gig, ultimately becoming a BAND REUNITED.moreless
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    Daisy of Love

    Daisy of Love

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    Runner up Daisy DeLaHoya on Rock of Love 2 now has her own attempt at love. Daisy will interview and date potential suitors and choose one to be her mate.
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    Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business

    Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business

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    Brandy and Ray J are more than successful sibling music artists. VH1 follows their lives and gives fans and views of what it takes to be a part of this tight knit family and the business they love.moreless
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    Ice-T's Rap School

    Ice-T's Rap School

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    VH1 (ended 2006)
    Ice-T has been known for spreading the word of Hip-Hop to everyone. Now it's time he passes his skills on. In "Ice-T's Rap School", Ice-T goes to a prep school in Manhattan and tries to transform a small class of 8th graders into superstar rappers.moreless
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    VH1 Goes Inside

    VH1 Goes Inside

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    VH1's popular new franchise, "VH1 Goes Inside," is a celebration of America's favorite entertainers, performances, television series, specials, and memorable movie moments. Each "VH1 Goes Inside" takes viewers inside the shows, films and events that launched the most beloved musicians, comedians and characters from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture. "VH1 Goes Inside," features memorable clips of well-known performers at the beginning of their careers and beloved clips from television and m0vies. Each show features current interviews with the stars themselves and other celebrities about their personal experiences and memories that allow viewers a more intimate glimpse back at their favorite moments. In addition, interviews with the show's creators, producers, writers and crew reveal the behind-the-scenes stories never heard before.moreless
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    Radiohead_In Rainbows_From The Basement

    Radiohead_In Rainbows_From The Basement

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    Two nights before Radiohead embarked on their World Tour, they taped a one hour performance. It was taped in a London studio and sang songs from their new album In Rainbows and previous hits.moreless
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    You Oughta Know

    You Oughta Know

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    You Oughta Know is the VH1 series that showcases the best upcoming acts in music. VH1, also known as Video Hits One, launched in 1985 and focused on the softer side of pop music and music videos. Instead of the rock and hip-hop of MTV, they played artists from jazz and R&B like Carly Simon, Elton John, Sting, and Kenny G. They went on to move away from music videos to music and entertainment related reality programming, with shows like Behind the Music, the I Love the... series, and their Celebreality block. In their series You Oughta Know, they get back to the music, filtering through all of the music out there to bring you the latest and greatest acts on the rise. From singer/songwriters to rock stars, divas, and rappers, You Oughta Know spotlights the best new acts across all genres. Get the scoop on rising stars like Sia, Bruno Mars, Mumford & Sons, Daniel Merriweather and more, while keeping tabs on past You Oughta Know artists like Adele, Leona Lewis and Regina Spektor. Join VH1 for some great new music in their series You Oughta Know.moreless
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    Late World with Zach

    Late World with Zach

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    VH1 (ended 2002)
    Welcome to the Late World with Zach guide at TV.com.
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    Where Are They Now?

    Where Are They Now?

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    VH1 (ended 2003)
    A show that gave updates on our favorite recording artists from the 1960s through the 1990s.
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    Meet the Family

    Meet the Family

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    VH1 takes you along to follow the everyday routines of celebrities. They go grocery shopping, they eat dinner together, and they have their fights and make-ups just like the rest of us!moreless
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    Bands on the Run

    Bands on the Run

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    VH1 (ended 2001)
    Four unsigned bands compete for a major recording contract. The complete prize package included: $50,000 cash, $100,000 in musical equiptment from Guitar Center, a showcase in front of prominent music executives, a fully produced music video, and that video would be included in VH1's rotation. While the winner never became super-famous, the video did find some airtime on VH1 and was featured on the hit show Pop-Up Video.moreless
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    Game Show Moments Gone Bananas

    Game Show Moments Gone Bananas

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    This series of specials hosted by Ben Stein features the most hilarious moments from classic game shows around the world. In addition to timeless clips, host segments include games where members of our studio audience get their chance to actually play classic game shows like Family Feud and Beat The Clock.moreless
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