Auntie's Bloomers was a blooper show hosted by Terry Wogan that ran from 29 December 1991 to 29 December 2001 and aired on BBC1. Most bloopers consisted of homegrown BBC programmes including soaps, sitcoms, dramas and news. The first two episodes of the show were made by independent production company Celador. Their contract to produce the show expired after the broadcast of the second episode on 27 December 1992 and was not renewed, leaving the BBC to produce the show themselves from 1994 to 2001. The show's carried a strong BBC theme, most notably throughout the mid-90s where the set was supposedly the BBC archive, and the opening titles consisted of a mysterious figure entering the BBC Television Centre and retrieving archive footage from a safe. The programme's title comes from the affectionate nickname "Auntie Beeb" by which the BBC is often referred. The show was replaced by Outtake TV in 2002, a show similar in concept but with slightly less emphasis on BBC-only material.
Office Office is an Indian Hindi-language television sitcom that premiered on SAB TV on September 3, 2001. The series starrs Bollywood film actor Pankaj Kapoor in the role of Mussadilal. The series has won the 'Best Comedy' award at the 'RAPA Awards' in 2001 and 2002.
Teenage Health Freak is a British teen comedy-drama about the life and travails of a socially awkward teenager as he goes through life. It is best known for featuring the actress Liza Walker and the actor Alex Langdon. It was based on the book Diary of a Teenage Health Freak, by Dr. Ann McPherson and Dr. Aidan Macfarlane.
We're Funny That Way! is comedy television series which premiered on September 17, 2007 at 8:30 p.m. EST on the Canadian digital cable specialty channel, OUTtv. The series featured shows by Kate Rigg, Dina Martina, Maggie Cassella, Trevor Boris, and more.
Outtake TV is a blooper show originally hosted by Paul O'Grady from 2002 to 2003, then, by Anne Robinson from 2004 to 2009 and from 2010 to 2011, Rufus Hound. Robinson had been presenting the show 2004 to 2009 and airing on BBC One. It replaced the channel's original blooper show Auntie's Bloomers. The show consists of various clips past and present of bloopers of which Anne Robinson comments on with a manner comparable to her witty remarks on The Weakest Link which she also hosts. Various special episodes have been aired which consist of clips from one programme, most notably EastEnders or The Weakest Link. It is frequently repeated on Watch.
Adik Sa'Yo or International Title: Love Games is a Philippine romantic comedy created and developed by Denoy Navarro-Punio for GMA Network. The show premiered on June 8, 2009 under the direction of Joel Lamangan. It was originally planned to end on September 4, 2009 but was extended for another week and officially ended on September 11, 2009. The series was internationally aired with a two-day delay on GMA Pinoy TV.
Mask Man is a Korean cartoon series about intergalactic wrestling tournaments.
The Jesters is an Australian comedy series produced for Movie Extra subscription television channel. The series is a satire about the day-to-day battles of a sketch comedy veteran turned producer.
Den 11. time was a Danish television talkshow on DR2. It aired at 23:00 on DR2 weekly on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The show was hosted by Mikael Bertelsen, and his editor, Mads Brügger would occasionally step in as host for a given programme. Den 11. time included guests such as the then-Danish Minister of Culture, Brian Mikkelsen, but also had foreign guests such as Phillip Blond or even Mikhail Gorbachev, who stated in a letter to the presenters that it was one of the most interesting interviews he ever did. Sometimes the programme would air live, but other times it would be pre-recorded, often to be able to get the subtitles on for non-Danish guests. Though, at times an interpreter in the studio provided the translations. It last broadcast on 21 May 2008, despite large popularity.
A Class by Himself was a British sitcom, which aired from 1971 to 1972. The half-hour series was made by Harlech Television and starred John Le Mesurier of Dad's Army fame as Lord Bleasham.
Bermúdez is a 2009 Colombian telenovela produced and broadcast by Caracol TV. It was initially released as Todas odian a Bermúdez.
:30 Seconds is an Australian comedy series produced for The Comedy Channel which satirises Australian advertising companies and advertising industry. The name of the show comes from the advertising slots on television that are normally 30 seconds long. The show has had many guest appearances from famous Australians such as Claudia Karvan, Peter Heliar, Bridie Carter, Matthew Newton and Guy Pearce.
Diplomatic Immunity is a New Zealand comedy that follows the misadventures at the consulate of The Most Royal Kingdom of Feausi and a fallen New Zealand Foreign Affairs high-flier who has been sent in to straighten out the consulate staff. The show screened in New Zealand on TV1, every Tuesday night at 10:00.
Alegrías De Mediodía was a TV show broadcast by Canal de las Estrellas. It is a TV show aimed to young audience, set in Mexico. This show was broadcast in 1980. This was the first time ever Lucero starred in front of the TV cameras. She went to the casting for this show and she immediately started working on it. It started on February 17, 1980, and was broadcast from Monday to Friday from 3:30 to 4 in the afternoon through the TV channel Canal De Las Estrellas. The format was child comedy, starring new children with talent that are still in the Mexican media like Chuchito, Usi Velasco, Ginny Hoffman, Aleks Syntek and Carlitos Espejel, among others. Alegrias De Mediodia was also the first Televisa series to feature Aida Pierce, in the role of the teacher Dona Tecla. Within a year of the series' launch, Pierce joined the casts of La Carabina de Ambrosio and La Matraca, but she is better known as a regular on nine other television series, including Humor es...los Comediantes, which she would cohost from 2000-01 and Duelo de Pasiones, as well as a guest on many comedy and variety shows aired on the Televisa networks.
Hello, Goodbye is a Dutch airport reality television show produced by Dutch broadcaster NCRV and hosted by Joris Linssen. A British version of the show, aired on Sky 1, started on Thursday 19 February 2009 and is hosted by Kate Thornton, former presenter of Don't Try This at Home (TV series) and more prominently The X Factor, and was commissioned for 6 episodes airing over 6 weeks.
Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration is a 1989 live-action/animated special for television first aired on TNT hosted by Tony Danza and Annie Potts celebrating 50 years of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera's partnership in animation. This is the first animated project to be presented in Dolby Surround sound system. It covers their years working for the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio, and then the history of Hanna-Barbera Productions Inc., which was set up in 1957. It features clips and scenes from the studio's classic works along with new animated/live-action material and a behind the scenes on Jetsons: The Movie. It was dedicated to the memory of Daws Butler, who died during this production and was also the last television and film project of Mel Blanc, who died seven days before the special's telecast. Turner Broadcasting System, which owned TNT, would later buy Hanna-Barbera in 1991.
Osbournes Reloaded is a short-lived 2009 variety show that aired its only episode on Fox. The show was hosted by The Osbournes — Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly — and premiered Tuesday March 31 on Fox following American Idol. Fremantle Media North America, the producers of American Idol, produced the show. The show was also taped in the same studio as American Idol at CBS Television City in Hollywood. The show consisted of sketches, stunts, celebrity cameos, live action audience participation and live musical acts such as Fall Out Boy, and would have included taped parody skits often featuring Ozzy in drag playing such characters as Audrina from The Hills and Juno. Other bits include the Osbournes working "real jobs", a recurring Littlest Osbournes segment, and the Osbournes meeting other families from across the country that share their name. Although planned as an hour-long show, the premiere episode was cut down to 35 minutes and American Idol was extended to an hour and 25 minutes. The show was universally panned by critics, with Roger Catlin of the Hartford Courant even going so far as to call it the "worst variety show ever" and Tom Shales of the Washington Post labeling it "Must-Flee TV".
Al Murray's Multiple Personality Disorder is a British sketch show starring comedian Al Murray. The multi character aspect of the show was a departure from Murray's previous television comedy work, as the sole character The Pub Landlord. The show ran from 27 February to 12 April 2009, airing in the Friday night prime time slot on ITV & UTV. STV in Scotland did not broadcast the programme. It was commissioned on 4 June 2008.