Bugs Bunny partakes of the multiplex cinema that has been instantly built over his hole over the objection of usher Elmer Fudd.
Uncovers the extraordinary truth behind some of the Mafia's most notorious outlaws, and reveals how the FBI and law enforcement developed the techniques to crack the organization and bring it to justice. This is the story of the rise and fall of the Mafia, told by the people who brought it down.
Body Hits is a TV series which focused on what goes on inside people's bodies as they fight their way through their hectic modern lifestyle. Dr. John Marsden was the show's host for its entirety. The programme aired on BBC Three in the United Kingdom, TechTV in the United States, The LifeStyle Channel and ABC2in Australia, and Prime Television New Zealand in New Zealand
Video Hits was a Canadian music video program that was broadcast on CBC Television from 1984 to 1993, the longest running video series in Canada. Created by producer Sandra Faire, it featured music videos of current songs and interviews with artists. Samantha Taylor hosted the program from its inception, then Bryan Elliott hosted from 1989 to 1991, and Dan Gallagher hosted from 1991 to 1993. The show first aired October 1, 1984. Its time slot was weekdays at 4:30 p.m. In 1989, the show moved to 5:00 p.m.
Video Hits was an Australian music video program that first aired on 15 February 1987. From 7 May 2011 it broadcast on Network Ten for two hours each Saturday and Sunday morning: 10am – 12pm on Saturdays and 8am – 10am on Sundays. Video Hits was the world's second longest running music show after the Eurovision Song Contest. The show was cancelled in July 2011 and its last episode aired on 6 August 2011.
A music series featuring Hit-Makers of the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s with each episode highlighting a five-year period celebrating the biggest hits from that time. Each week, iconic music artists, as well as today's music chart-toppers, take the stage and perform the songs that defined the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.
MTV's Greatest Hits was a programme that started on 19 March 1990 - later presented by Paul King from 1991. The main idea was to show all the greatest hits throughout 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and even 1990s. The show was shown at 4pm and then repeated at 10pm CET. In 1993, the programme was aired at 1pm and then at 8pm. In the programme, you could always find best videos from the likes of Madonna, Prince, Duran Duran and more. MTV's Greatest Hits gained in popularity throughout the years, but in July 1994 Paul King said goodbye on the screen showing the very last video on the show: Michael Jackson's Thriller. The show continued on MTV with different VJs eventually removed from the screens circa 1996. As well as main VJ Paul King, there were a few others who would stand in for him in his absence such as Pip Dann or Richie Rich.
Hits a Poppin was a Canadian music television series which aired on CBC Television in 1968.
Australian music television show broadcast on the Seven Network from 1990 to 1994, featuring four hosts during the run of the series: Michael Horrocks, Emily Symons, Toni Pearen, and Kym Wilson.
Pete Rose: Hits & Mrs. is an American reality documentary television series on TLC. The series debuted on January 13, 2013. The series follows famous baseball player Pete Rose and his fiancée, Kiana Kim. The series also includes Kim's two children: Cassie and Ashton.
Puttin' on the Hits was an American syndicated music/variety competition show hosted by Allen Fawcett. The show featured amateur acts lip-synching to popular songs. The show aired on weekends from 1984 through 1988. The show grew out of lip synching contests developed by Wm. "Randy" Wood, who by 1982 had realized that his contests had grown so popular that he needed to stage them on a broader scale. The planning process eventually grew into Puttin' on the Hits. Gong Show format creator Chris Bearde was credited in the same role for this series, and he and Dick Clark served as executive producers. Clark's son, Richard A. Clark, produced, and MCA TV served as distributor. Puttin' on the Hits was taped in Hollywood, California at Universal City Studios. Contestants would often dress up in costumes and use props to make their act more outrageous. This varied from a seemingly severed head singing "I Ain't Got Nobody" to an Aretha Franklin drag act using couch cushions for breasts. Other acts were more conservative and placed emphasis on performance. The competition, as it was, was conducted as many other televised performance contests were. Each act was judged by a panel of celebrity judges based on their appearance, song choice, and lip-sync ability with a total of 90 points being the maximum value an act could score; to achieve that, an act would have to receive 10 points in each of the three categories from all three judges. The act with the highest score at the end of the show won $1,000. They also advanced to the Semi-Finals which is worth $5,000 and after that, the season-ending championship show worth $25,000 to the winning act.
Dancin' to the Hits was a nationally syndicated TV show hosted by Lorenzo Lamas during the 1986-1987 season. Professional dancers performed to a medley of Top 40 hits, and live acts performed. Some of the acts that performed were SOS Band, Samantha Fox, and Stacy Lattisaw.
MTV Hits Weekly Hot30 Countdown is an Australian music television show that first aired on 5 December 2010. It broadcasts on MTV Hits, Today Network radio stations and online each Sunday from 6:00pm – 8:30pm.
MTV Top 100 Hits of 2008 is the TV show that aired in December 2008 on channel MTVAsia. It showed 100 songs that were most voted in 2008. On Monday thru Friday, it showed 5 songs. On Saturday and Sunday, it showed the 25 songs that were shown during that week.
What does it take to spot a pop genius? To break a global act, to book a million-selling tour or reunite music legends to great acclaim - and huge profits? In this series, three music industry insiders reveal how the business really works.
Kyōtarō Kakei has always had an affinity towards books in hopes to find answers to his life. With a mentor's promise, he continues to search for a book with his absolute hope. However, this changes when he receives a foretelling message saying that "Today, something will happen that will change your fate. --From the Shepherd." Due to this premonition, his normal school life at Shiomoi Academy becomes entangled due to the optimistic Tsugumi Shirasaki and the Shimoi Happy Project.