Ten of the country's most talented tattoo artists compete against the clock and each other to impress judges Jay Hutton and Rose Hardy and avoid elimination
E:60 is ESPN's first multi-subject prime-time newsmagazine program offering a combination of investigative features, profiles of intriguing sports personalities, and cutting edge stories on innovation in the sports world, including emerging sports and new technology. The series will tell life stories that relate or have a basis in sports, melding its stories with a glimpse of the reporters' experiences discussing the story ideas. The show will be produced and aired in high definition, a first for the newsmagazine genre.
E:60 Profile is ESPN's first multi-subject prime-time newsmagazine program offering a combination of investigative features, profiles of intriguing sports personalities, and cutting edge stories on innovation in the sports world, including emerging sports and new technology. The series will tell life stories that relate or have a basis in sports, melding its stories with a glimpse of the reporters' experiences discussing the story ideas. The show will be produced and aired in high definition, a first for the newsmagazine genre.
Craig Eagle and Dailan Evans are the warm-up guys and general dogsbodies on the Blaze da Silva Experience - Australia's most popular television variety show. Their job is to hype up the audience for Blaze, then they hang around in the green room trying to put off anyone they think might do a better comedy routine than them.
What Craig and Dailan really want is for Blaze to give them a proper guest spot on the show. Every week we find them pitching their latest idea to him and this time, the boys are sure they've hit the nail on the head with their saucy nun sketch. However, Blaze does not seem so convinced.
Backstage with Craig and Dailan, the talk is of lucky thumbs and reality tv concepts... while Eagle and Evans use sketch to tackle moments such as locking the keys in the car, plastic surgery, pick up lines at parties and transplant surgery, an IT guy complains about his lost mail and June makes another welcome return.
In this parody of cop shows, Chris Elliott plays... Chris Monsanto, U.S. marshal! There's no bad guy he won't shoot, no car he won't crash. Aided by fellow officers Brett and Susie, Chris takes on the toughest of the tough.
A look at all the action behind the scenes at the West Coast Eagles Football Club.
Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford step inside the lives of the super-rich, detailing the most lavish and luxurious lifestyles.
They live in multi-million mansions, drive the most expensive cars, and they have lives most of us can only imagine. So, how does this elite group spend its money?
Comedy series set in a small Manchester public house.
This is an hour-long drama about Chicago native Gary Hobson who becomes a reluctant hero when his morning newspaper reports tomorrow's headlines. Commodities trader Gary Hobson (Kyle Chandler) is losing it: his job, his home and his brilliant attorney wife. He thinks he may even be losing his mind when tomorrow's newspaper mysteriously arrives today – giving him a disconcerting look into the future. What will he do with tomorrow's news? While his best friend Chuck (Fisher Stevens) sees the newspaper as a ticket to personal gain, co-worker Marissa (Shanesia Davis) convinces Gary that the "early edition" should be used to better peoples' lives. So each day Gary begins anew the struggle to make sense of a world turned upside-down by the changing course of events that come from reading the "early edition."
CNN's hopes to get out front in the chase for morning news ratings get an early start with this entry, which kicks off each weekday at the get-the-coffee-brewing hour of 5 a.m. Eastern. It's co-anchored by former ABC News correspondent John Berman and CNN's chief business correspondent Christine Romans. The slogan for Early Start is "News from A to Z", but its viewers can expect to see the same formula that morning news shows have used for years, and that is a mix of hard news, entertainment segments and some surprises thrown in along the way. The program was originally co-anchored by Ashleigh Banfield and Zoraida Sambolin.
Early Today is an early-morning news show, that precedes local newscasts in many markets, covers overnight events, breaking domestic and international news as well as a preview of the day's anticipated events. The program also presents regular reports from the worlds of business, entertainment and sports.
Short history based films.
Two hundred years into the future, Devon Adair embarks on a mission to save her son's life and to provide humanity with a second chance. After traveling through space for twenty-two years, Devon and her small Advance team are forced to crash-land onto the far-away planet known as G-889. They are thousands of miles from their destination: New Pacifica, where they're supposed to set up a colony for the 250 families that are following. The survivors start out on a long and perilous journey toward New Pacifica.
EARTH A NEW WILD, hosted by leading conservation scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan, who takes a fresh look at humanity's relationship to the wild places and fascinating species of our planet.
In the early twenty-first century Earth is visited by the Taelons', an alien species, claiming to be companions of humanity. They use their superior technology and wisdom to help Earth solve its most pressing problems – famine, disease, war – but suspicions arise that a darker agenda may be part of the Taelons' ultimate plans.
The only hope to discover the truth falls to a small team of humans lead by William Boone, a former Special Forces soldier turned cop. After rescuing Da'an, the Taelon "overseer" for North America from assassination, Boone is made their interspecies liaison. Along with members of a budding underground human resistance movement, Boone investigates the purpose behind the Taelons' acts of benevolence to uncover the true intentions of their visit to Earth. Only one thing is certain, what they might discover will change humanity forever.