Videosyncrasy, created by the Family Channel in 1990, is a series that showed music videos that were family friendly and oriented towards teenagers. Music videos, which were specifically picked by the network, were more uplifting and inspirational to families and teens than many of the music videos of the day. The Family channel chose videos from contemporary music, including some from the Christian music genre. Videosyncrasy did not play videos that had violence, sexual references, or other non-traditional values, making it a good alternative to other music video shows. The show involved back stage footage of performing musicians and interviews with these musicians. The show included stars like John Candy and Amy Grant, and Jimmy Hodson, who was also a host, writer, and co-creator of the show. As part of the show, Jimmy Hodson would do many incredible stunts and activities. The TV series aired episodes until the fall of 1991 when it was cancelled.