Compton runs a low budget ratings starved TV network. She seeks to fire the bosses nephew, Brad who hosts "Hoax Hunter" by sabotaging his efforts. To save his job, he and his girlfriend Stacy do a live broadcast in search of Big Foot which ends up topless. Suddenly the ratings spike upwards and the tables are turned. Seven gratuitous soft core sex scenes are sprinkled throughout.
Cooking competition following upcoming chefs, and the winner gets to host their own show!
Battle of the Network Stars was a series of competitions where television stars from ABC, CBS, and NBC would compete in various sporting events. A total of nineteen of these competitions were held, all of which were aired by ABC. In 2013, the show appeared in TV Guide's list of the 60 greatest game shows ever.
After a successful Canadian run as Second City TV on Global and SCTV on CBC, the cast packed up and moved to America (theoretically) when NBC offered them a timeslot under the title SCTV Network 90. With them, they brought their unique, quirky characters, their personalities, and the shows they had appeared on. Dick Blasucci had begun writing for the cast in their second series, SCTV, and joined them here, serving as a recurring straight man for the characters. Tony Rosato and Robin Duke wrote scripts at the beginning of the show as they had before, until quickly leaving to write and perform for Saturday Night Live. The appeal of SCTV Network 90, however, doesn't only come from the writing, but from the sheer wit of its legendary stars.
Network is a Canadian variety television series which aired on CTV for one season during the 1962-63 television season. The show was co-hosted by Bill Brady and Denyse Ange. Live and taped segments were aired from either the studio or elsewhere in Canada.
A nostalgic throwback to the original series where TV celebrities blended athleticism with hilarious antics. The 10-episode summer event pits teams of current and classic TV stars from multiple eras and different genres against one another in a variety of athletic games.
Network 7 was a short-lived but influential youth music and current affairs programme screened on Channel 4 over two series in 1987 and 1988. The series was created by Jane Hewland and Janet Street-Porter who was also editor of the first series.
Battlefield Network is a 2000 Hong Kong modern television drama produced by ATV and starring Sunny Chan, Wayne Lai, Astrid Chan and Berg Ng. It was aired on ATV Home from 18 December 2000 to 16 March 2001 with one part airing from 18 December 2000 to 9 February 2001 from 8:30PM to 9:30PM and the rest from 12 February to 16 March 2001 from 10PM to 11PM.
Network First is a wide-ranging documentary strand broadcast on ITV in the U.K. from January 1994 to December 1997, and was a part replacement for First Tuesday. Unlike other documentary series on ITV such as World in Action, Network First, was not centred on current affairs or politics, but broadcast a range of one-off programmes covering various subjects such as biography, history, and science. Programmes were usually transmitted in the 22:40 slot after News at Ten, each usually running for an hour. The strand was not "owned" by any one ITV franchise, and individual programmes were contributed by the various ITV companies. As a strand, Network First never became a household "name" - unlike the likes of World in Action or This Week - possibly because of its diverse subject matter. The series appears to have been dropped quietly by ITV in the lead up to the high-profile axing of both World in Action on 7 December 1998 and News at Ten on 5 March 1999.
Solar Network News is the flagship newscast of Solar News Channel. It currently airs every Weeknights 6 p.m. at Talk TV since June 18, 2012 and on Solar News Channel and Simulcast Live on ETC via RPN for VHF TV on October 30, 2012.
Onion News Network is a parody television news show. The show premiered its ten-episode first season on January 21, 2011, at 10:00 p.m. EST on IFC. In March 2007, The Onion launched The Onion News Network, a daily web video broadcast that had been in production since sometime in mid-2006. The Onion invested about $1 million in production and hired 15 staffers to focus on the venture. Carol Kolb, former Editor-in-Chief of The Onion is the ONN's head writer; and Will Graham is the showrunner and Executive Producer. It is implied on-air that the ONN show "FactZone with Brooke Alvarez" is "simulcasted" on IFC Friday nights at 10pm ET. IFC announced that it had renewed Onion News Network for a second season on March 22, 2011, with Season 2 presented by Acura. Season two premiered on October 4, 2011. It was announced on November 14, 2011 that "Onion News Network" was moved back to Friday Nights at 10pm ET as part of its "IFC Always On Fridays" block of shows. Season 1 aired on Friday nights at 10pm before moving to Tuesdays for the first 3 episodes of Season 2 and has moved back to Friday nights beginning with the November 18, 2011 episode On March 21, 2012, it was announced that the show would not be returning for a third season.
Banana News Network or BNN is a Pakistani TV Show that airs on GEO TV on Tuesdays at 11:05pm. It features Murtaza Chaudary and his team. This team was formerly part of 4 Man Show on Aaj TV.
The Independent Network News is an American syndicated television news program that ran from June 9, 1980 to June 1990. The program aired seven nights a week on various independent stations across the United States and was designed to serve those stations in the same manner that the "Big Three" network news programs – ABC World News Tonight, NBC Nightly News and the CBS Evening News – served their affiliates.
The Youth News Network was a failed venture by Athena Educational Partners that attempted to create a daily news program that would be broadcast into high school classrooms across Canada. Much like the more successful Channel One News service in the United States, Athena hoped that YNN would be able to generate revenue by selling commercial time during its daily classroom broadcasts. The idea of showing commercials in the classroom proved to be very controversial -- YNN met strong resistance from a variety of groups. The service was eventually banned from being shown in schools in six provinces. In response to public pressure, Athena announced in May 2000 that it would show public advocacy messages instead of commercials. At some point in 2001 the company ceased to exist.
Screen Gems Network was an American television program which ran in syndication from 1999 to 2001, launched by Columbia TriStar Television Distribution. SGN was the first broadcast-based service airing classic shows from the Columbia Pictures Television vault airing shows with an unprecedented resource base of 58,000 episodes of 350 television series from the 1950s to 1980s from those by Screen Gems, Columbia Pictures Television, Tandem Productions, TAT Communications, TOY Productions, Embassy Television and Embassy Communications. Programs are creatively grouped for theme weeks such as "Love is in the Air," "Pilots," "Best Music Videos" and "Before They Were Stars." Holiday based theme weeks include promotions for Halloween, Christmas, Mother's Day and Father's Day, among others. Such programs include:
GMA Network News is the former late-night English newscast of GMA Network from January 6, 1992 to 1998 and became the first Filipino-language late-night television newscast from 1998 until July 30, 1999 on weeknights and June 30, 2002 on weekends.
AKA Cartoon Network was a slot in the Cartoon Network UK weekday evening schedule from 1999 to 2000, between 7 and 9pm on weekday evenings. The slot consisted of repeated shows such as Tom and Jerry, Looney Tunes and Cow and Chicken. In addition, the slot included an original show called Cult Toons, broadcast only on Friday evenings. 'AKA' Stings and Cult Toons material would consist of Hanna-Barbera owned footage, prominently from the 1960s and 1970s. More contemporary material included Cow and Chicken and Dexter's Laboratory.
Special Events Television Network is the name of a defunct syndicated television package that broadcast tape delayed NASCAR races from 1984 to 1988. SETN aired races that didn't have live television deals at the time. The broadcasts were aired on tape delay because certain promoters still feared that live telecasts would hurt their gate. SETN also sold VHS videos of some races it carried, with additional footage not seen on TV. SETN was headed by Jim Wiglesworth out of Greensboro, North Carolina. SETN was underfunded, and since profits were slim, so were rights fees. Ultimately, the growing popularity of racing on ESPN as well as the overall lack of cash flow drove them out of the business. After SETN folded, one Pocono race a year was produced by Jim Wiglesworth on pay-per-view for Viewer's Choice from 1988 to 1990. They were not a huge success, as fans were reluctant to pay for what they could see last or next week for free. The Viewer's Choice shows were noteworthy in that they premiered viewer phone-in questions during the races.
Kids News Network, created 1991 in New York City by JoAnna Levenglick who also produced the show featuring junior reporters. The Kids News Network coverered entertainment, pro sports, books, technology, style, and health. Celebrity interviews are one-on-one, and are done by two young reporters: Elliott Levenglick and Diandra Levenglick, who had done celeberity interviews since 1993, and have traveled all over the [United States, Canada and the Bahamas doing movie junkets and were on the set of feature films. Some of the guests include: Arnold Swarzeneggar, Al Jareau, George Benson, Lindsay Lohan, Sinbad, Martin Short, Rosie O'Donnell, Oprah, Shaq,Phil Hartman, Natalie Portman, Richie Sambora, Tina Fey, The Olsen Twins, Derek Jeter, Kobe Bryant, Samuel L. Jackson, Morgan Freeman. The Kids News Network was the first TV news and entertainmnent show that featured so many celebrities and famous authors of children's books and pro sports players. The show is in the process of going Broadband.