"The Chase" is a heart-racing quiz show where three competitors must pit their wits and face off against the Chaser, a ruthless quiz genius determined to stop them from winning cash prizes. Each hour-long episode is a fast-paced battle of brainpower, where contestants are challenged to think faster than they ever thought possible to answer up to 166 questions across all topics.
A unique window into authentic realities of Black life and dive deeper into this critical moment of racial reckoning. Each episode explores a specific theme including spirituality, Black joy, activism in sports and the racial reckoning that erupted after George Floyd's death.
A two-part miniseries. Dramatizes the events leading up to the 1954 Supreme Court decision on school desegregation, "Brown vs. Board of Education."
As the Amazon Rain Forest faces a crucial tipping point amidst the increase of illegal logging activities, Dan Harris and his team embed with the Guardians, a small indigenous group taking up arms to hunt down illegal loggers and fight for their land.
Summer variety series hosted by '50s rock stars The Everly Brothers with guests
This daring, hour-long documentary series chronicles the first few crucial minutes of emergencies told through the lens of America’s heroic 911 call takers.
Top up-and-coming surfers battle it out at Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch in Kings County, California with men and women competing in individual and team challenges focused on specific surfing disciplines. Weekly eliminations leave two men and two women as finalists who will vie for the male and female titles of the Ultimate Surfer and the opportunity to compete on the WSL World Tour.
20 single men and women embark on an incredible journey to find love through music. Singing well-known songs, both individually and as couples, they will look to form attractions through the melodies, find and reveal their feelings, and ultimately fall in love.
An annual awards show honoring country music artists and broadcasters recognizing outstanding achievement in the country music industry.
Family teams of uniquely diverse cultural heritage square off with their most prized family recipes to impress a panel of culinary experts, claim the coveted title of America’s No. 1 Food Family and take home the $100,000 prize.
Author and critic John Mason Brown, who once commented that "some television programs are so much chewing gum for the eyes," offered this intellectual alternative in 1948-1949. It consisted of an informal living-room discussion on the arts with two or three guests, of the caliber of author James Michener, producer Billy Rose, publishrer Bennet Cerf, and critic Bosley Crowther. The subjects ranged from modern art to new novels, films, the theater and fashions.
The Superstars", a fresh take on an old favorite, is based on ABC's classic "Wide World of Sports" series, "The Superstars", which pitted athletes from all different sports against each other to determine the best athlete in the world. Eight celebrities are paired with eight professional male and female athletes to compete against each other in varying sporting events. Each week a team will be eliminated until one team is ultimately crowned the winner. Competitors' athletic prowess will be put to the test with events including swimming, biking, running and kayaking, in addition to other head-to-head athletic challenges that will test strength, speed, stamina, agility, as well as an element of strategy. The six-episode series will be shot entirely on location at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas.
14 international bachelors and bachelorettes from such countries as Switzerland, Japan and Australia compete and, hopefully, find love with 12 of America's Bachelor Nation favorites. These singles will go head-to-head in winter-themed challenges, including the toughest sport of all – love.
Simon Chan has returned to his hometown after many years training in a faraway martial arts temple. He is a born hero, defender of the weak and champion of the honest people of Cabramatta... Well, not really. For Simon, it's only a matter of time before everyone discovers he's just an ordinary guy, because Simon has a secret. Whilst everyone thinks he was training at a legendary martial arts school in Beijing, the truth is Simon was at Marshall's Art School, in Melbourne. Now back in Cabramatta, armed with a fistful of pastels and a crippling sense of obligation, Simon knows that eventually the truth will hurt... literally. He could lose his life - or worse - disappoint his mother. The world Simon returns to is familiar yet oddly different to the Cabramatta you may know. It's a mix of Asian traditions, absurd superstition and colourful contradictions. A world where brutal gangs terrorise the community with violence and bad karaoke singing; where a magical duck recipe can cast a horny spell and where pirated DVD's are the new crack cocaine. In this town, evil spirits attack nail-and-beauty parlours, council debates are settled via K-Pop dance battles and car parking spots are more valuable than gold. The only thing that stands against all this craziness is Simon. When the ferocious gang leader/karaoke singer Kai Le threatens to destroy his mother's beauty parlour-cum-DVD shop, Simon is joined by his two best friends: Egg, a quick-buck entrepreneur and Petal, a groin-kicking kung fu girl. But can they really protect Simon's family from the Kylie Minogue obsessed gang lord? Will they uncover the corrupt Mayo's secret plan for the town? And can Simon keep his mind off the mayor's daughter for long enough to be (or at least pretend to be) the person everyone thinks he is? Cabramatta needs a hero. Instead they got Simon, Egg and Petal. Welcome to Maximum Choppage, a painfully funny 6 x 30 min comedy series.
The Price Is Right is an American game show hosted by Bill Cullen that premiered on NBC on November 26, 1956.
Dexter is the dashing Ace hero who fights against Bort and his Infanto Ray, which turns beings into infants. Alongside Ace is his girlfriend, Kimberly, who helps fight Bort and his goons when she's not being abducted. When Dexter gets hit by the ray, he turns into his gangly younger self, and has to depend on his wits to defeat Bort, while he is without strength.
Prepare for an all-new game show event where the smartest people in the country try to achieve the seemingly impossible task of answering 500 of the most difficult general knowledge questions ever devised. There’s only one simple rule: never get three wrong in a row—or you’re gone. No saves, no helps, no multiple choice, 500 Questions will keep you on the edge of your seat to see if any of these geniuses can do it.
Twelve lucky contestants embark on a journey of a lifetime to a fully immersive imaginative realm where ogres run free in the forest, dragons stir and agents of a dark lord infiltrate the keep. The only thing standing between peace and chaos in Everealm are one dozen very unlikely heroes.
Family Man is an American sitcom which aired on ABC from March 18, 1988 until April 29, 1988. It starred Richard Libertini as a middle-aged comedy writer married to a much younger wife, and focused on the trials and tribulations he faced raising two stepchildren and one biological child. The series was created by Earl Pomerantz.
Tim Conway's Funny America is a 1990 United States comedic television series starring Tim Conway. It aired from July 29, 1990, to September 2, 1990.