Media Watch is an Australian media analysis television program presented by Paul Barry for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. In recent years the program has focused on critiquing the Australian media. It played a key role in revealing the unethical behaviour of radio talkback hosts, which became known as the cash for comment affair as was the centre of an investigation by the Australian Broadcasting Authority.
The exploits of a group of men and women who serve the City of New York as police officers, firemen, and paramedics, all working the same fictional 55th precinct during the 3pm to 11pm shift - the 'Third Watch'.
Bravo network executive Andy Cohen discusses pop culture topics with celebrities and reality show personalities.
Ghoulish creatures, dark obsessions and unsettling visions await in this hair-raising set of short horror films. You've been warned.
A married couple faces a crisis involving death. They look back at their past together and recognize the importance of love between them and their family. Nam Hyun-Joo (Han Hye-Jin) married her university senior Kim Do-Young (Yoon Sang-Hyun). They live a happy life as a husband and wife. Kim Do-Young works as an architect and was once thought of as a genius in his field. His refusal to make compromises and stickto his style has caused difficulties with his job. One day, Nam Hyun-Joo asks for a divorce and Kim Do-Young's first love Shin Da-Hye (Yu In-Young) appears.
Former NBC News fixture Chris Hansen leads a team of correspondents on this series that explores the world of crime, mystery and drama through real-life criminal cases. Hansen brings to the show a modified version of a long-running segment he did at NBC. In "Hansen vs. Predator," he helps bring down predators who use social media to target children. Dirty politicians, financial scammers and celebrities are also targeted by Hansen's investigations. Hansen anchors the show from the streets of New York City, while most of the correspondents are based at the Los Angeles newsroom.
Aftershow for the "die-hard" Wolf-Watchers to recap the episode they just saw and have a chance to see the actors from the series in an interview atmosphere.
Watch Over Me is an American Television series that debuted on December 6, 2006 on the television network MyNetworkTV. Twentieth Television produced 66 episodes to air weekdays. The limited-run serial is an adaptation of Argentine series Resistiré. Torres, a former Miss Universe, played a woman torn between her bioterrorist fiance and her bodyguard, played by Todd Cahoon. Catherine Oxenberg and Casper Van Dien also appeared as villains. 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has not announced plans to release this series on DVD and/or Blu-ray. Telefe, which produced the original version, syndicates a 64-episode run of the series in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. It promotes the show as mixing a classic Latin genre with Hollywood aesthetics. From July 2009 it was aired in Slovakia on TV Markíza taking the slot of Latin American telenovelas, but the show was not very successful.
Bernard's Watch is a British children's drama series about a young boy who can stop time with a magical pocket watch. The show was created by Andrew Norriss and was produced for seven series that aired on CITV from 14 November 1997 to 31 March 2005.
Dame Edna's Neighbourhood Watch was a comic game show created by Barry Humphries for ITV.
Market Watch is a show on CNBC that aired from 10AM to 12noon ET, hosted by Martha MacCallum and Tyler Mathisen, and Bob Sellers and Consuelo Mack. It was replaced by Midday Call on Feb 4, 2002. The show gave viewers the latest business news during the morning trading session. Regular segments included Taking Stock where viewers could phone-in and ask the guest analysts' recommendations on certain stocks.
Freedom Watch was a television show hosted by Judge Andrew Napolitano, on Fox Business network. The show aired from 2009 to 2012, focusing mainly on libertarian-conservative issues and perspectives.
World Watch is a program on SBS One and SBS Two in Australia that carries news bulletins from countries around the world. The World Watch service gives viewers the opportunity to see news bulletins in their native language. The majority of these bulletins are produced by public or state broadcasters.