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    NFL GameDay

    NFL GameDay

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    NFL - National Football League
    This Sunday football roundup show will provide unlimited access to all the highlights, scores, interviews and analysis from the NFL games played over the weekend. Superstar ex-Cowboy Deion Sanders and ex-49er coach Steve Mariucci will join host Rich Eisen to give fans a thorough and insightful analysis of all the weekend's games from their high-tech LA-based studio. Viewers will be treated to post-game press conferences, interviews from the field and locker room, exclusive audio captured throughout the day, plus all the key highlights, as well as team and individual (fantasy) statistics.moreless
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    Rollergirls

    Rollergirls

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    A&E
    Meet the fearless females of Rollergirls. Lux, Sister Mary Jane, Punky Bruiser, Miss Conduct, Venis Envy, Cha Cha, and the rest of the gang play tough in their quest for victory. Traveling at high speeds around the banked track, these girls don’t let anything get in the way of a win for their team. Out of the rink, these rough girls lead very different lives. Their jobs range from maternity nurse to special education teacher. The allure of the sport for them is in the excitement and the thrill of adventure.moreless
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    Basketball Wives

    Basketball Wives

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    VH1
    It's not easy being the wife or girlfriend of a basketball player. In this reality tv series, the lifestyle of basketball players and their relationships are revealed. From large homes to designer wear, and even questioning fidelity while on the road, this is the life on Basketball wives.moreless
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    A League of Their Own

    A League of Their Own

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    Sky1
    James Corden hosts this sports quiz show, in which two teams of celebrities are quizzed about how much their know on the subject. The teams are captained by former cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (Blue Team) and former footballer Jamie Redknapp. From the fifth series the only regular panelist is comedian Jack Whitehall on the Blue Team. For the first four series the regular panelists were Sky Sports presenter Georgie Thompson (Blue) and Liverpudlian comedian John Bishop (Red), the latter still making the occasional appearance.moreless
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    Last One Standing

    Last One Standing

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    Discovery Channel
    A group of six men train to become full contact fighting warriors in this new Discovery Channel reality series Last One Standing. Watch them as they train both physically and mentally for the challenges ahead as they face off for the battle of their lives. The first season featured Rajko(29), a British cricket player; Jason (21), a Florida State 2006 BMX Champion; Richard (21), an Oxford University cricket, rugby and croquet sportsman; Brad (28), a pro-lightweight strongman; Mark (26), a British salsa dancer and kickboxer; and Corey (22), a hiker and endurance athlete.moreless
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    NBA Inside Stuff

    NBA Inside Stuff

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    NBA - National Basketball Association
    NBA Inside Stuff, a half-hour weekly reality show, airs Saturdays at 12:30 PM ET and provide a unique behind the scenes look at the NBA and all the personalities that surround it. Executive Producer and host, Ahmad Rashad, and co-host Summer Sanders will add their personal insights to exclusive footage that goes where no fans have had access before. Targeting teens 12-17 and adults 18-34, this reality-driven program will go into the locker room, in the huddles and off the court to provide a personal and unfiltered look at players, coaches, owners, referees, and all the characters who create the NBA's most compelling storylines." The show aired on ABC from 1990-2005 before moving to NBA TV in its return in 2013.moreless
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    MotorWeek

    MotorWeek

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    PBS
    MotorWeek is an award-winning television series focused on the latest developments in the automotive world. The show began in 1981 and has been hosted by car expert John H. Davis ever since. MotorWeek shares its format with newsmagazine shows, and often features reviews, previews, comparisons, and interviews. Rounding out the rest of the Motorweek team include master technician Pat Goss, who always provides practical advice for maintaining your vehicle, and reporters Yolanda Vazquez, Jessica Choksey, and Steven Chupnick. Since 1983, MotorWeek has been behind the annual Drivers' Choice Awards, which honor the best vehicles of the year. The show is broadcast on both PBS and on the SPEED channel. Minor differences between the two versions include the lack of sponsor announcements, video ordering, and the Long Term Test Update segments. MotorWeek's historic 29th season, which began in 2009, saw the upgrade to high definition video. MotorWeek was originally broadcast on Maryland Public Television.moreless
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    Everest: Beyond the Limit

    Everest: Beyond the Limit

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2009)
    In April and May 2006, eleven determined climbers from all over the world, and one veteran guide, took to the world's tallest peak in an attempt to reach the summit. Partially filmed with cameras mounted to Sherpas' helmets, and two camerapersons who also summited with high-altitude cameras, this six-part production offers an amazing, unflinching look at this incredible expedition through a zeroing in on the experiences of six of the climbers. Packed with plenty of edge-of-your seat intensity and footage with perspectives never before seen, this series is a must-see for HD television fanatics. Broadcast History: Season One – Tuesdays at 10:00 pm Season Two – Tuesdays at 10:00 pm followed by the companion show Everest: After the Climb at 11:00 pm Season Three – Sunday 12/27/2009 8-11:00 pm episodes one-three, Wednesday 12/30/2009 9-11:00 pm episodes four and five (all times E/P)moreless
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    SportsCentury

    SportsCentury

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    ESPN Classic (ended 2005)
    SportsCentury has moved to 4pm Eastern, Monday thru Friday.
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    Live and Kicking

    Live and Kicking

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    BBC (ended 2001)
    Live & Kicking was the fourth magazine programme to accommodate the live Saturday morning CBBC slot. The original presenters of the show were Andi Peters, Emma Forbes and John Barrowman. After series one, John took on a recurring role hosting the Electric Circus segment of the show. Andi & Emma continued presenting for the next two series, they were then followed by Jamie Theakston and Zoë Ball who hosted for the next three series, then Steve Wilson and Emma Ledden who hosted series 7 finally, Katy Hill, Ortis Deley, Sarah Cawood and Trey Farley. Katy Hill left the show, to be replaced by Heather Suttie. During it's run the programme had two spin-offs, L&K Friday with lasted for two series, with ran alongside series five and six of the show with the same presenters, except for series two, Emma Ledden couldn't present on Fridays so Liz Fraser took on the role. Alongside the last series of the show, a spin-off of the reality show Castaway merged with L&K to create a gameshow called L&K Castaway, the premise of the show was two teams of contestants joining hosts Tammy Huff and Toby Waterman to compete against one another, this series was narrated by Heather Suttie, unlike other Live & Kicking shows which was narrated by Mitch Johnson. The seventh series of the show saw the ratings drop, on July 4th 2000 it was announced that both Steve Wilson and Emma Ledden had left the show. After a major facelift, and the decision of returning with four new presenters, the show returned in September 2000. Then in an announcement on March 20th 2001 it was revealed that the eighth series was to be the last. The show was relocated to the BBC's Glasgow studios on April 21st 2001.moreless
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    MLB World Series

    MLB World Series

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    FOX
    Major League Baseball's Championship Series. Each year the American League Champion and the National League Champion meet in a best-of-seven series. Since 2003, the League that wins the July All-Star Game is awarded home field advantage and hosts Games 1, 2, 6 and 7, the latter two if necessary. The first World Series was played in 1903. The first televised World Series was played in 1947, which is the point at which this guide begins.
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    The editor would like to gratefully acknowledge Baseball-Reference.com, from which much of the historical box score and play-by-play information is derived. Additional sources of information are Retrosheet.org, Baseball-Almanac.com, Yahoo! Sports, and The Sporting News' 2007 Complete Baseball Record Book, online edition. The complete rosters, including the players who did not play in any games, are largely from the reference book The World Series: Complete Play-By-Play of Every Game, 1903-1989. This information could not be found anywhere on the else on the web. Information post-1989 was compiled from the Google News Archives.moreless
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    College Gameday

    College Gameday

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    ESPN
    College Gameday previews some of the best games during the season and analyze teams that may be on upset alerts.
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    Lost Treasures

    Lost Treasures

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    ESPN Classic (ended 2003)
    Since 1962, Steve Sabol has been an employee of NFL Films as a cameraman, an editor, a producer, and now its president. It made him think he knew everything NFL Films had ever shot. But co-worker Phil Tuckett's discovery of an unused film negative, led to the creation of this series. Two years of searching the film vaults has turned up thousands of feet of unseen film footage. Steve Sabol, the host of Lost Treasures of NFL Films, foolishly thought he could produce one 60-minute documentary covering the whole history of NFL Films. In fact, enough material was unearthed to cover five programs, all on the 1960s. And it just expanded from there. In addition to the five-part reflection of NFL Films' beginnings in the 1960s, Lost Treasures of NFL Films unearthed footage of minor-league football, TV football analysts, training camps, and much more. The result totaled 22 episodes spanning four decades, airing on ESPN Classic over a four-year span.moreless
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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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    Hillbilly Handfishin'

    Hillbilly Handfishin'

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    Animal Planet
    People from all around travel to Oklahoma to try noodling, where they go into deep, murky waters to catch catfish with their bare hands and feet.
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    Home Run Derby

    Home Run Derby

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    (ended 1960)
    It's A Home Run, Or Nothing –

    In late 1959, Ziv Television Programs, Inc. – The Production Company responsible for such TV gems as Bat Masterson, Boston Blackie, Highway Patrol, and Sea Hunt – Bought the idea of pitting Major League Baseball's greatest Superstar Sluggers against one another, one-on-one, in a contest of hitting power, and this syndicated program was born. Produced by Lou Breslow and hosted by Actor and Baseball Broadcaster Mark Scott, it was released in the Winter of 1960. The line-up was stellar, over the short run of the series, with 19 of MLB's greatest stars – Including 9 future Hall-Of-Famers – Competing.

    The rules were really quite simple. Any pitch within the strike zone that wasn't swung on, any swing-and-miss, any foul ball, and any fair ball not hit over the wall was counted as an out. In short – As Mark Scott stated, numerous times, during the series – It was "A home run, or nothing, on Home Run Derby". Each batter was, of course, allowed 3 outs per inning, and the batter with the most out-of-the-parkers, at the end of 9 innings was the winner. The winner was awarded a check for $2000, and was invited back to face a new opponent, in the next contest, and the loser would receive $1000. Any batter who hit 3 consecutive homers during the contest would receive a $500 bonus, a 4th would be worth another $500, and any consecutive homers after that were worth a thousand bucks, each. And, in an interesting reversal of one of the hazards of regular baseball, the Pitcher who threw the most home run balls was also awarded a bonus, rather than being replaced.

    The show was filmed at Los Angeles's Wrigley Field, a park which was chosen for 2 reasons: 1.) It was available during the off-season, and 2.) It was mostly symmetrical, it's fence distances nearly the same on each side, which meant that a left-handed batter would have the same advantage as a right-hander. Famed MLB Umpire (And future Actor) Art Passarella did the judging behind the plate, and other Umps were placed along the 1st and 3rd baselines, to judge foul balls, and confirm the homers.

    During one participant's turn at bat, Scott and the other participant would sit together in a makeshift broadcast booth, situated in an open-sided tent, not far from home plate. Scott, in typical Baseball Announcer-type fashion, would deliver the play-by-play (Or, in this case, pitch-by-pitch), and, between pitches, would make light, informal conversation with the other participant, usually about one or the other's performance in the contest.

    Mark Scott died not long after the filming of the 1st and only season, and, unfortunately, the series died with him. The Producers decided not to replace him, and simply brought the series – Which was only moderately popular – To and end. But many a baseball fan – Especially the older ones – Would find this interesting, short-lived series a lot of fun to watch.moreless
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    Cheerleader Nation

    Cheerleader Nation

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    Lifetime
    Being a teenager is hard, and being a parent of a teenager is harder, especially when you're part of the Lexington, Kentucky's Dunbar High School cheerleading squad. Find out what it takes to be a cheerleading champion in this eye-opening reality show for Lifetime television. You will be surprised what these girls are hiding behind their smiles.moreless
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    Greatest Games

    Greatest Games

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    NFL Films presents a series of game recaps from their famous vaults.
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    Quick Pitch

    Quick Pitch

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    MLB
    Quick Pitch is the MLB Network series that brings you all the highlights from the day in baseball, in 60 minutes. Major League Baseball is the organization that operates the National League and American League baseball leagues, in a join organizational structure that began development in 1901. In 2000 the leagues became one legally, with the commissioner's office running all of MLB. The league is the premiere baseball league in North America, with 29 teams in the United States and one in Canada. In 2009 they launched MLB Network, a specialty cable channel dedicated to professional baseball. The network features live game coverage of regular season games, international games, and spring training, as well as daily shows like MLB Tonight, Hot Stove, and Quick Pitch. Quick Pitch brings you the days events in baseball, with 60 minutes of highlights from the day. Get your baseball fix quickly and easily with the guys on MLB Network's Quick Pitch.moreless
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    MuscleCar

    MuscleCar

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    Spike TV
    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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