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    Talking Dead

    Talking Dead

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    AMC
    Can't get enough of AMC's Walking Dead? No worries, AMC is bringing you their first live after-show for their hit series, where you can catch up on more zombie excitement. From taking questions from viewers to meeting the actors, producers and more, Chris Hardwick hosts this exciting live look into the show that has become a fan favorite on Talking Dead.moreless
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    The Dick Cavett Show

    The Dick Cavett Show

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    ABC (ended 1986)
    During the late 60's and early 70's, The Dick Cavett Show was beloved by critics and hailed as an intelligent alternative to the other more frothy interview shows. In addition to the standard-fare of celebrities, he often booked controversial and opinionated guests like Gore Vidal, Timothy Leary and Georgia's segregationist governor Lester Maddox. This occasionally led to fireworks between the host and guests: Maddox stormed off when he was asked to defend his views; Cavett once said to a condescending Norman Mailer, "Why don't you fold it five ways and put it where the moon don't shine?" His late-night series also booked musical guests that shows like Tonight and Merv tended to ignore, namely rock acts. Now-legendary performers like Ravi Shankar, Paul Simon and Sly Stone appeared to sing and chat. Cavett was occasionally able to devote a whole show, or more, to one guest. This yielded memorable interviews with the likes of Groucho Marx, Katharine Hepburn, Lawrence Olivier and Orson Welles. Cavett also held the distinction of being the only show to have a guest die during it. Organic farming advocate J.I. Rodale had moved "down the couch" after his interview. Cavett, assuming he had dozed off during the chat with the next guest, asked, "Are we boring you, Mr. Rodale?". Rodale had passed away from a heart attack; the show did not air. Despite the acclaim, his series were chronically plagued with low ratings, coming in a distant third place to Carson and CBS. First was a 90-minute weekday program on ABC daytime called This Morning, Dick Cavett, airing from March 4th 1968 to January 1969. This was followed by a Monday/Tuesday/Friday ABC prime-time series from May-September 1969. Next came his best remembered program, the late-night ABC series airing weeknights from December 1969-December 1972. Beginning in January 1973, that series aired as an occasional part of the network's ABC's Wide World of Entertainment, an umbrella title for various series, concerts, and specials running in late-night. His show remained in this rotation through January 1, 1975. Next came a half-hour PBS interview program running from 1977-1982. He returned to his old home ABC one more time from September-December of 1986. Cavett's theme song, used regularly throughout the years, is part of the overture from Candide.moreless
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    The Wendy Williams Show

    The Wendy Williams Show

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    Radio personality Wendy Williams is the host to her own live syndicated talk show. Wendy injects her television series with the same style that characterizes her radio show, and divides on-air time between probing celebrity interviews and advice-giving to audience members.moreless
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    NBC Nightly News

    NBC Nightly News

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    NBC
    Currently anchored by Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News is NBC's evening news program, watched by millions of Americans every night. NBC Nightly News originated from the Huntley-Brinkley Report, but when David Huntley retired, they changed the name and format. You can catch the show every evening at 6:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM CT.moreless
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    SportsNation

    SportsNation

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    ESPN2
    Michelle Beadle, Marcellus Wiley, and Max Kellerman host the show which features a more light-hearted look at the day in sports. Previous co-hosts include: Colin Cowherd and Charissa Thompson.
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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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    Mad Money

    Mad Money

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    CNBC
    Wall Street expert Jim Cramer dishes advice on the hottest stocks and investment strategies. The show features fast-paced segments such as “Am I Diversified” and “Pick of the Week” where Cramer doles out his wisdom to viewers who call in.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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    The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn

    The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn

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    CBS (ended 2004)
    Craig Kilborn hosted this zany talk show, which followed David Letterman's show, from 1999 until 2004. Kilborn left The Daily Show in 1999 to be this show's host after Tom Synder retired. Some segments such as, "5 Questions" were carried over from when he was on The Daily Show. Kilborn left The Late Late Show on August 27, 2004 to pursue new opportunities.moreless
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    Cheat

    Cheat

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    G4
    There are gamers who play for fun, who play to win, and those who play to...well...they just play. Sometimes, in each case, you need a little help. Cheat! gives you the exclusives on how to pass bosses, find those secret weapons, skip levels and show you skills on how to beat the game. Need a walkthrough? We can help. Want to kick it in "godmode"? We can show you how. Mini-boss giving you problems. We can get you pass. Need a date for Friday night? Sorry, try Call for Help. Cheat! premiered in May 2002 on the G4 network (The Network for Gamers) and was originally hosted by Cory Rouse. In the Fall of that same year, G4 made a deal with the Pringles potato chip company to sponsor the show. The show was renamed Cheat, Pringles Gamer's Guides. The Spring of 2004 saw the merge of TechTV with G4 to form G4TechTV, and possibly due to this merger, there was a dispute between the newly formed G4TechTV and Pringles removed their sponsorship. The last quarter of 2004 saw many of the former TechTV staff members fired and few from that original network survived due to a change of direction at the new network. Rouse eventually fell victim to this new direction as he was let go from Cheat! to be replaced for the 2005 Season by former American Idol contestant Kristin Holt. In 2006, while Cheat! was on hiatus, it was reduced to a 60 second spot airing during commerical breaks for G4's G-Spot segments. This change cause some confusion and controversy on the status of the show; having some sites "officially" reporting that the show was cancelled, while sites like TV.com listed it as being on hiatus. The show would return to it's full 30 minutes that summer. Near the end of March in 2007, the show's producer announced that the crew had worked on 10 episodes for the show's sixth season and that he would be leaving at the end of the month. This comes at the same time that G4 furthered their directionional change and renamed their slogan "TV That's Plugged In" thus finally removing video games from it's primary focus. The official status of Cheat! was that it was shelved (G4 retains the rights to make new episodes, but has not yet ordered any). While he did say Kristin would remain at G4, the fate of Cheat! was still in the air. Ultimately, during the revamp of X-Play (a new studio and now airing daily) in January of 2008, Cheat! and Kristin became a segment on X-Play that aired twice a week.In November 2008, G4 has hinted that there could be additional episodes of Cheat! in 2009. This became true, earlier than expected, when new episodes with Kristin (now credited as Kristin Adams) began airing on December 8, 2008. Alternative Title - Cheat! Pringles Gamers Guidemoreless
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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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    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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    Face the Nation

    Face the Nation

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    CBS
    Face The Nation is a news interview program which airs every Sunday morning, live from the CBS studio in Washington D.C. It is dedicated to interviewing newsmakers on the latest issues. Guests include government leaders, politicians, and international figures in the news. CBS News correspondents engage the guests in a lively roundtable discussion focusing on current topics. The show started on November 7th, 1954, and was originally broadcast on both CBS Television and Radio Networks. After close to two decades, the program was taken off CBS radio.moreless
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    Red Eye

    Red Eye

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    FOX News Channel
    The New York Times said of "Red Eye" that, "Dark Humor Meets the Camera Lights." The show is officially titled "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld" and is set up as a discussion group akin to "The McLaughlin Group." The similarity ends there. On this late night show, the outrageous and outspoken gather with Greg Gutfeld to discuss the news and the hottest topics of the day. Among the regular panelists are recurring guests Bill Shultz, Kevin Godlington, Will Durst, and Rachel Marsden. Greg Gutfeld's mother 82 year-old serves as "Senior Correspondent" and phones in her reviews from California with the senior citizen perspective. Andrew Levy serves as Ombudsman and Futurist. In the former role, Levy critiques the reviewers at the half hour; in the latter role, he predicts tomorrow's big stories.

    Fox News Channel host choice, Greg Gutfeld, was a veteran of Dennis Publishing, edited the U.K. edition of Maxim from 2004-2006, and edited Stuff magazine before hosting "Red Eye." Gutfeld has been a blogger on the Huffington Post, and has his own blog, "The Daily Gut," which he runs with former Dennis Publishing editorial director, Andy Clerkson. The New York Times described Greg as "a compact but enormously animated man ... 'a drugged-up turtle' ... known for injecting his dark, absurdest humor into a series of magazines he edited. ..." and "... stood out like a drunk who crashes a cocktail party." He leads a full-time staff of eight. There are no writers on a this show stated to be not "incredibly well financed."

    In addition to his role as host, Gutfeld adds a bizarre sense of humor with his drawings of unicorns and a cat that represent the days stories. The drawings are forwarded to the viewer with the best comment for the episode.

    Rachel Marsden is a columnist for The Toronto Sun.

    Fox News contributor Bill Schulz is a friend of Mr. Gutfeld's from their days at Stuff Magazine.

    Andrew Levy is former publicist for the Directors Guild of America.

    As for the cast, John Moody, an executive vice president at Fox News, said, "It's sort of like making a sandwich late at night. You just grab what's in the fridge and put it all together."

    Fox stated early on that "Red Eye" will "react to the news of the moment with lively discussion in an unscripted fashion." It has. "Red Eye" was one of two recent initiatives "to broaden the definition of a news channel." "24" writer-producer, Joel Surnow's, "The Half-Hour News Hour" was the other. Both were picked up after successful initial pilot runs. In March 2007, "Red Eye" averaged 309,000 viewers for the time slot. These numbers beat MSNBC's crime programing and CNN's reruns of "Anderson Cooper 360" in that time slot. Thus "Red Eye" successfully replaced a repeat of "The Fox Report" with Shepard Smith.

    The show was envisioned in the summer of 2006 by Mr. Moody and Roger Ailes, the chairman of Fox News. It was designed "to fill that unexploited time slot with something aimed at 20- and 30-somethings. Scott Norvell, the network's London bureau chief, suggested Greg Gutfeld, who was living in London at the time and working on a book, as a possible host."

    "Red Eye" gives a wacky view of the news that "Slate," the on-line magazine, "called it the most bizarre hour of programming on any major news channel."moreless
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    The Late Late Show with James Corden

    The Late Late Show with James Corden

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    CBS
    James Corden moves across the pond from England to host this new weeknight talk show on CBS. Corden will bring his signature wit and upbeat interview style to the spot previously occupied by Craig Ferguson.moreless
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    The Home and Family Show

    The Home and Family Show

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    ABC Family (ended 1998)
    The Home and Family Show is a talk show that hosts national events, celebrity interviews and do-it-yourself home instruction on weekday afternoons. Chuck Woolery and Cristina Ferrare team up with a variety of surprise guests throughout the series to bring some family fun into the homes of viewers. Each week, the show implements a different theme with the first season hitting Mardi Gras in New Orleans. During the show, Chuck and Cristina get a surprise visit from Creole songwriter Lisa Haley, who gives them a special live performance. The cast and crew also follow the Sheir family has Patty Sheir gives birth to quintuplets. Home and Family handymen, brothers Jim and Morris Carey, give Patty and Scott Sheir kids a birthday gift on their first anniversary by remodeling their home in a surprise home improvement segment. By mid-season, Michael Burger replaces a retiring Chuck Woolery. Interior decorator Candace Garvey, Daisy the Clown (Cindy Baer) and the Carey brothers join Mike and Christina for the rest of the season bringing family subjects closer to audience's homes. moreless
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    High School Stories

    High School Stories

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    MTV - Music Television
    Take an inside look at the outrageous antics of high school students all across the country. These stories are true-to-life reenactments of actual high school scandals, pranks and controversies starring the troublemakers and class clowns that made it all happen. You'll also see what happens when seemingly innocent pranks get out of hand and the students involved have to deal with the consequences on a brand new season of High School Stories.moreless
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    Ebert & Roeper

    Ebert & Roeper

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    (ended 2008)
    Welcome to the Ebert & Roeper guide at TV.com. In 1999, after the death of Gene Siskel, the famous movie critic and co-star of Siskel & Ebert, the title of the hit show was, needless to say, no more of use. With the original co-star, Roger Ebert and the replacement Richard Roeper, together they continue criticizing the latest movies in over 200 stations. It is important to know that Roger Ebert spent several months searching for a replacement for Siskel, and brought Roeper on several times before making him a regular on the June 3rd, 2000 episode.moreless
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    Headbangers Ball

    Headbangers Ball

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    MTV - Music Television
    Headbangers Ball was a music video show featuring Heavy Metal music. With special guests Ozzy Osbourne, Rob Halford, Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie.
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    The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet

    The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet

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    FOX
    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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