Eisenhower and Lutz is an American sitcom which aired for thirteen episodes on CBS in 1988.
Diamond Geezer 2 is a sequel to the first Diamond Geezer airing on ITV, starring David Jason.
Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang is an anthology of short stories written by "Lola Basyang," the nom de plume of Severino Reyes, founder and editor of the Tagalog magazine, Liwayway. The original magazine stories have since been adapted as books, in comics, television, film, and published.
The Pink Panther in: Olym-Pinks, is an animated sports-themed special which first aired on ABC on February 22, 1980.
Barnyard Commandos is an action figure line that was produced by Playmates in 1989. A four-episode animated series was based on the figures the following year. Produced by Murakami-Wolf-Swenson, it features the vocal talents of S. Scott Bullock, Thom Bray, Pat Fraley, Paul Hreppel, John Mariano, Bob Ridgeley, Lennie Weinrib, and Danny Wells. However, the series was not successful enough to merit further production of episodes. The property is based around the concept of farm animals who consumed radioactive materials left over from an abandoned military experiment, mutating them into hyper-intelligent, anthropomorphic paramilitary troops. This consists of two "hilariously harmless" opposing teams: the R.A.M.S. and the P.O.R.K.S..
Welcome Freshmen is a television show that ran on Nickelodeon from 1991 to 1993. The show took place at Hawthorne High School with a group of high school students and a bumbling vice principal. Game shows like Get the Picture and Nick Arcade had celebrity episodes starring some of the cast of Welcome Freshmen and Clarissa Explains It All. Welcome Freshmen was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida.
7 Tage, 7 Köpfe was a German comedy television program of the television station RTL Television and featured a humorous retrospective of the past week. The show was hosted by Jochen Busse. From 23 February 1996 the show was recorded every Friday in the afternoon to be broadcast in the evening, normally at 10:15 pm, on RTL. On 2 June 2005 it was announced that the show was to be discontinued at the end of 2005 due to declining audience ratings amongst other things. On 30 December 2005 the last show entitled "Das große Finale" was broadcast.
Live parody of the popular science entertainment TV show Brainiac: Science Abuse.
I Love Mummy was a sitcom that ran for one season in 2002 after filming 26 episodes. The show was created by Ellis Iddon and Phil Meagher; and produced by Ellis Iddon, Phil Meagher, Mark Iddon, Ira Levy and Peter Williamson. The show's production company is Winklemania Productions, Breakthrough Entertainment. The music was composed by Ellis Iddon, Phil Meagher and Simon Turner. The show centred around the Barns family, who moved into their dead grandmother's house. In the attic they come across a sarcophagus that opens up to reveal a 5,000-year-old demi-god, Prince Nuffratuti of Abu Simbel, who is unable to ascend to the afterlife until he has completed his scroll of tasks.
Most Outrageous Moments is an NBC clip show showcasing video bloopers and mishaps, and commonly used as a backup program by NBC to fill any timeslots where regular programming did not get any traction in the ratings, or to fill in timeslots between seasons of reality programming. In its first season, premiered on February 8, 2005, it aired a limited number of specials focusing on live television and game shows. The series itself was a spin-off of Most Outrageous Game Show Moments, a series of specials showcasing outtakes and funny moments from television game shows, Hosted by Bob Eubanks, Jim Lange, Wink Martindale, Peter Marshall & Ben Stein and later Eubanks' co-host was Chuck Woolery. Since this particular series depended exclusively on stock footage, Outrageous Moments used laugh tracks and applause carts to provide audience responses, and, obviously, was not presented before a live studio audience. It aired its second season on NBC as a regular series showing video footages of humorous events from various functions, but the show was not renewed after the 2005-2006 season. However, it continued to air in repeats and returned with all new episodes on April 22, 2008. Scott Satin was the executive producer. John Cramer was the narrator. Bob Eubanks hosted the Most Outrageous Game Show Moments series, but the regular Most Outrageous Moments series had no regular host.
Pontoffel Pock, Where Are You? is an animated musical television special written by Dr. Seuss, directed by Gerard Baldwin, produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, completed in 1979 and first aired on CBS on May 2, 1980. This was one of the final cartoons done at DePatie-Freleng as the studio would be sold to The Coca-Cola Company and become Sunbow Productions in 1981. The songs are by Joe Raposo.
TV Ilegal, stylized as TV [i]lεgal, was a Puerto Rican comedy/parody/satire television show broadcast on WAPA-TV. The show parodied both local and international shows and people like local news shows, telenovelas, variety shows, and others. Part of the cast had previously worked on Sálvese Quien Pueda on Telemundo Puerto Rico. The show featured comedians Herbert Cruz, Ivonne Arriaga, Noris Joffre, Lizmarie Quintana, Abraham Martí, Ángel Figueroa, Edgardo "El Bebo" Adames and Carlos Ramírez. The show might be considered as an equivalent of MADtv, which both featured parodies and other comedy skits. As of approximately in Spring/Summer of 2007, Abraham Martí left the show to pursue music and acting opportunities in Spain and abroad. On May 13, 2009 the show broadcast its last episode due to no advertisement revenue to pay the actors. After a week of cancellation the TV Ilegal posse was now part of Radio Ilegal on Cadena Salsoul. TV Ilegal aired two specials broadcast in Telemundo on November 2011 and early 2012. TV Ilegal returned to television to Univision Puerto Rico starting on October 1st, 2012 on Noche Ilegal. Herbert Cruz, Lizmarie Quintana, Ivonne Arriaga, Abraham Martí and Ángel Figueroa return as part of the cast, but not Noris Joffre.
Grapevine, created by David Frankel, premiered on June 15, 1992 on CBS.
The Live Mike was an Irish television comedy, variety, and chat show presented by Mike Murphy. It was first broadcast on RTÉ 1 on 9 November 1979. The programme featured a candid camera pieces by Murphy himself, with parody songs and comedy sketches by Twink, Dermot Morgan and Fran Dempsey, as well as a serious studio interview. The show ended on 2 April 1982.
Magandang Tanghali Bayan was a Philippine noon-time variety show broadcast by ABS-CBN. The show was aired on weekdays and Saturdays and was also broadcast worldwide through ABS-CBN's The Filipino Channel. The show was known for its many formats and host changes over the years that it was broadcast.
She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown is the 19th prime-time animated TV specials based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It was originally aired on the CBS network on February 25, 1980, making it the first Peanuts special of the 1980s. It is also one of the few Peanuts animated specials to feature clear and intelligible adult voices.
Mr. Duke is a 2000 Korean series by MBC is about a heiress hired poor man who become her husband . It was broadcast 2000-7-12 to 2000-09-7.
Rip-Off Republic was an RTÉ television show highlighting the cost of living and working in Ireland. It was presented by Eddie Hobbs and was broadcast on Mondays at 21:30 on RTÉ One during late August and early September 2005. The series was a phenomenon that attracted the largest TV audience in Ireland for a factual series - other than sports events. The carryover from Hobbs satire rocked the Fianna Fáil / PD Government at the height of the Celtic Tiger as Hobbs polemic demonstrated how development land costs had permeated through nearly every cost of living. Hobbs prophetically said that "development land is the only game in town" and that the Irish economy was "eating its young". The show was filmed in front of a live audience at The Helix in Dublin City University. It was presented in the format of a stand-up monologue by Eddie Hobbs, with occasional inserts filmed on location. According to RTÉ, the programme attracted record viewing figures, with 667,000 people watching the second programme in the series. The series peaked at just under one million viewers.
McKeever and the Colonel is an American situation comedy that was broadcast on NBC television in the United States from 1962-1963. Its setting was a Westfield military academy. Dick Powell's Four Star Television produced the series. Gary McKeever was the name of a student who was the lead of the series, whilst the Colonel in the title referred to the school commandant who was constantly at loggerheads with McKeever. Jackie Coogan played Sgt. Barnes, a soldier at the school who was sympathetic to McKeever. The program also starred character actor John McGiver. The guest stars included Walter Coy, formerly the host of the NBC anthology series Frontier.
Brian Conley: This Way Up was a sketch comedy show starring Brian Conley. It ran from 20 May 1989 to 1 June 1990 on ITV in the United Kingdom. Whilst the show wasn't as popular as its successor, The Brian Conley Show, This Way Up gave one of Conley's most popular characters, Nick Frisbee and Larry the Loafer, their debut. This Way Up ran for two series. The final show ended with Brian saying "See you next year!". Although a third series was never produced in 1991, The Brian Conley Show started the following year. The show led Conley to be named the freshest face on ITV, and he was awarded the "Most Promising Artiste" title at the 1991 Variety Club Awards. During the late 1990s, the show was repeated regularly on satellite channel Granada Plus.