Catwoman attempts to track down a mysterious cargo shipment that is linked to a Gotham City crime boss called Rough Cut.
When a ruthless brothel madame murders Jonah Hex's current quarry, the disfigured bounty hunter plans to make her pay.
At an airport, the Emerald Archer must protect a young princess from assassins.
As Detective Jim Corrigan investigates a murder, The Spectre delivers horrific justice to the perpetrators.
Chosen the world’s protector against the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man – pride, envy, greed, hatred, selfishness, laziness and injustice – young Billy Batson accepts his destiny as Captain Marvel. Battling alongside Superman against nefarious Black Adam, Billy soon discovers the challenge super heroes ultimately face: is it revenge or justice?
Producers' Showcase is an American anthology television series that was telecast live during the 1950s in compatible color by NBC. With top talent, the 90-minute episodes, covering a wide variety of genres, aired under the title every fourth Monday at 8 p.m. ET for three seasons, beginning October 18, 1954. The final episode, the last of 37, was broadcast May 27, 1957. Showcase Productions, Inc., packaged and produced the series, which received seven Emmy Awards, including the 1956 award for Best Dramatic Series.
Travel through time via music and comedy drawn from the forty-year library of the legendary, but fictional, musical variety show called “Sherman's Showcase.”
Comedy Showcase is a series of one-off comedy specials featuring some of Britain's fledgling comedy talent. Its format is reminiscent of the much earlier Comedy Playhouse. The format was replaced in 2012 by 4Funnies.
NBC Sunday Showcase was a series of hour-long specials telecast in color on NBC during the 1959-60 season. The flexible anthology format varied weekly from comedies and science fiction to musicals and historical dramas. The recent introduction of videotape made repeats possible, and two 1959 dramas had repeats in 1960. On the heels of his Broadway hits The Pajama Game and Damn Yankees, Richard Adler composed the opening Sunday Showcase theme music, titled "Sunday Drive".
Astor Showcase was an Australian television variety series which aired from 1957 to 1959 on Sydney station ATN-7. As the title suggests, it was sponsored by Astor Radio Corporation. The producer was Frank Strain. The orchestra was conducted by Tommy Tycho. An edition broadcast on 26 April 1958 had an ANZAC theme, presenting songs made popular during the two world wars. An episode broadcast on 15 September 1958 was recorded in Melbourne for Sydney broadcast, and featured Graham Kennedy and Panda Lisner. The edition broadcast on 27 December 1958 had the theme of "Hits of 1958", featuring Margaret Day, Harold Rugless, Neil Williams, Nola and Olive Lester, Barry Davies, and Charlie Parker.
Thursday Night Showcase appears every Thursday with the biggest games in college basketball in primetime during the regular season on ESPN and ESPN2. The official name is Thursday Night Showcase presented by T. Rowe Price. The games include, on ESPN, an ACC battle at 7pm ET with Dave O'Brien doing play- by- play and Doris Burke as color commentator. ESPN's 9pm ET game features the Big Ten with Joe Tessitore and Sean Farnham on the call. On ESPN2, a Big East game, shown at 7 p.m. or 9 p.m., is called by John Saunders with various analysts. In the other slot, ESPN2 offers a game from the Pac-12 conference with Dave Pasch and Bill Walton calling that game. A game from the SEC with Rece Davis and Bob Knight calling that game. And, a WCC game with Dave Flemming calling play-by-play with various analysts. The studio host is Karl Ravech along with analysis from Dan Dakich. They deliver the half time report, post game report and live in-game updates. The gang also appears on College GameNight later that night. Some of these games and all of the in-studio reports are produced in high definition for ESPNHD and ESPN2HD. Thursday Night Showcase is similar to Big Monday, Super Tuesday and Wednesday Night Hoops.
High School Showcase, known under its corporate sponsored name as the GEICO High School Showcase, is a presentation of high school football and high school basketball on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU. Since debuting in 2005, it primarily airs on Friday at 8pm ET on ESPNU, following ESPNU Recruiting Insider, but will occasionally air at various times and days on ESPN and ESPN2. Various commentators call the game every week, although Mike Hall and Tom Luginbill anchor the halftime report and in-game updates. The series was previously Old Spice Red Zone High School Showcase; the series also has previously had Honda as a presenting sponsor. Old Spice High School Showcase debuted in 2005 as a way to fill programming on the then-nascent ESPNU channel, which had debuted in March 2005. The series aired only four games in 2005, but after much success ESPN expanded its schedule to a full thirteen game season. Part of what lead ESPN to expanding its schedule is, in 2005, ESPN aired the highest rated high school football game in television history. Nease High School vs. Hoover High School garnered a 1.0 rating and attracted nearly one million households. Despite the expansion, the airing of high school football games on Thanksgiving weekend, a particularly important day in high school football in many parts of the country and one where high school football used to air on ESPN in the past, has been eliminated; ESPN no longer airs any high school football due to the founding of the Old Spice Classic and 76 Classic, college basketball tournaments that were founded in 2006 and 2007 and make up the bulk of the ESPN networks' schedules that weekend.
George Schaefer Showcase Theatre was a syndicated series that ran on cable channels in the 1980s. It consisted of videotaped productions in color directed by George Schaefer which had originally been telecast on the Hallmark Hall of Fame and had been sold as a television package to stations around the U.S. Among the programs were: ⁕Victoria Regina, with Julie Harris as Queen Victoria, James Donald as Prince Albert, and Basil Rathbone in what amounted to a cameo as Benjamin Disraeli ⁕A ninety-minute version of Shakespeare's The Tempest, starring Maurice Evans, Lee Remick, Roddy MacDowall, and Richard Burton. It was Burton's only performance in an American made-for-television production of a Shakespeare play. ⁕Lamp at Midnight, a play about the Catholic Church's dispute with Galileo, starring Melvyn Douglas ⁕The Invincible Mr. Disraeli, with Trevor Howard in the title role. These programs were sometimes broadcast on late-night television, as if they were forgotten old films, but they were often award-winning or award-nominated television specials that were telecast in the 1960s.