After an alien attack destroys the earth, what remains of humanity has the chance to start society over from scratch. But can we get it right this time? And does anyone know how to, like, farm?
The Million Second Quiz is an American television game show produced by All3Media America. It commenced broadcasting on NBC on September 9, 2013. The show follows a group of contestants who compete for up to $2 million in a quiz competition across 1,000,000 seconds. NBC aired one-hour segments each day, while the rest of the show was viewable from within the Million Second Quiz app and on NBC.com. It is executive produced by Stephen Lambert, Eli Holzman and David Hurwitz. Ryan Seacrest hosted the first season.
The winner of the first season, Andrew Kravis, totaled $2.6 million which is the highest grand prize in game show history.
Take It All is an American game show hosted by Howie Mandel. It premiered on NBC on December 10, 2012, as part of the 2012–13 television season. In April 2012, NBC placed a seven-episode order for the show under the original title Howie Mandel's White Elephant.
Contestants on the show participate in a game similar to a white elephant gift exchange, attempting to win or steal more-valuable prizes each round to avoid elimination. The final two contestants participate in a variant on the prisoner's dilemma in which one decision by each of the two finalists determines whether they both go home with prizes, one winner takes everything, or they both go home with nothing.
Beautiful People is a television pilot written by Michael McDonald and directed by Stephen Hopkins for NBC. The series was meant to set in the near future in a society where humans co-exist with mechanical androids that look like people but are treated like second-class citizens. The pilot didn't make it to series.
Good Time Harry is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from July 19, 1980 to September 13, 1980.
The Human Factor is a short-lived medical drama that aired in 1992. It stars Eriq La Salle and John Mahoney.
Stop Susan Williams is an American horror television series that premiered on February 27, 1979 on NBC as part of the series Cliffhangers.
The Jerry Lewis Show is the second version of the series that aired on NBC from September 12, 1967 to May 27, 1969.
Escape is an American anthology series that aired on the NBC network from February 11 to April 1, 1973. The show was a production of Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited for Universal Television. It aired on Sunday evenings at 10 p.m. Eastern, following the NBC Mystery Movie.
Harris and Company is an American television drama series that aired on NBC from March 15 to April 5, 1979, on Thursday night.
Winters is a light police drama pilot for NBC revolving around female detective Christie Winters, played by Famke Janssen, and her colleagues in Los Angeles. The pilot was created and written by House alums David Shore and Peter Blake.
McCoy is an American comedy/drama series that aired on NBC during the 1975-1976 season.
The D.A. is an American half-hour legal drama that aired on NBC as part of its lineup for the 1971-72 season. It ran from September 17, 1971 to January 7, 1972 and was packaged by Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited for Universal Television. This show is not to be confused with a show Webb produced in 1959 with a similar name, The D.A.'s Man, which starred John Compton in the lead role.
Emergency +4 is an American animated television series based on the live action prime-time series Emergency!. The series began on NBC's Saturday morning schedule on September 8, 1973 and ran twenty-three 30-minute episodes over two seasons. It remained on the network until September 4, 1976 through re-runs. Randolph Mantooth and Kevin Tighe provided the voices for their respective Emergency! paramedic characters.
Each episode of the adventure series revolved around the Paramedical Rescue Service. The "+4" of the series title refers to four children who join the paramedics in each episode's rescue activities.
Universal Studios outsourced the animation to Fred Calvert Productions because at the time, they did not have their own animation division.
Princesses is a short-lived American situation comedy that aired on CBS in 1991. The series was produced by Universal Television and only lasted five episodes because of low ratings, likely due to direct competition from ABC's Top 30 hit Family Matters and NBC's Top 40 show Matlock. The series also aired in Germany on RTL in 2004. The series theme song, "Someday My Prince Will Come" was written by Frank Churchill and Larry Morey, and was sung by The Roches.
After rotting in prison for over a decade, America's ultimate hero and uber patriot MacGruber is finally released. His mission: to take down a mysterious villain from his past - Brigadier Commander Enos Queeth. With the entire world in the crosshairs, MacGruber must race against time to defeat the forces of evil -- only to find that evil... may be lurking within.
When a one-hit-wonder girl group from the '90s gets sampled by a young rapper, its members reunite to give their pop star dreams one more shot. They may be grown women balancing spouses, kids, jobs, debt, aging parents and shoulder pain, but can't they also be Girls5Eva?
The Bold Ones: The Senator is an American political television drama series that aired on NBC from 1970 through 1971, lasting for nine episodes. The series stars Hal Holbrook as Senator Hays Stowe.
The Senator was part of The Bold Ones, a rotating series of dramas that also included The New Doctors, The Lawyers, and The Protectors.
As a group of dramas, The Bold Ones was nominated for nine Emmy Awards and won five awards. It was also nominated for a Golden Globe for best Drama TV Show.
The series was based on an earlier television movie, A Clear and Present Danger.
Next Caller is an unaired American television comedy series that was scheduled to premiere mid-season on NBC as part of the 2012–13 television schedule. The network placed a series order in May 2012. Season one was set to feature seven half-hour episodes.
On October 12, 2012, NBC announced the cancellation of the series after only four episodes had been filmed, citing creative differences with star Dane Cook, and that the filmed episodes would not be aired. It became the second series of the 2012–13 television season to be canceled, after Made in Jersey.
Rosetti and Ryan is an American legal drama television series that aired from September 22 until November 10, 1977.