After her fiance is falsely imprisoned, a pregnant African-American woman sets out to clear his name and prove his innocence.
A panel of well-known news and entertainment personalities discussing current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity and the trending topics of the day.
A British newscaster moves to Los Angeles with his alcoholic manservant and the baggage of several failed marriages to host a sanctimonious talk show.
Talk Soup was a television show produced for cable network E! that debuted on January 7, 1991, and aired until August 2002. Talk Soup aired selected clips of the previous day's daily talk shows—ranging from daytime entries like The Jerry Springer Show and to celebrity interview shows like The Tonight Show—surrounded by humorous commentary delivered by the host. Although Talk Soup poked fun at the talk shows, it also advertised the topics and guests of upcoming broadcasts of them. Despite this several talk shows including The Oprah Winfrey Show refused to allow clips of their shows to be shown on the series. During its run, Talk Soup was nominated for five Daytime Emmy Awards, winning once in 1995 for Outstanding Special Class Program. It remains the only E! show to ever win an Emmy. A show based on it, The Soup, now airs weekly on E!. The show frequently poked fun at actors Randolph Mantooth and Mario Van Peebles. Also featured was a womanizing Argentine sock puppet named Señor Sock that had bought several Thighmasters because he was madly in love with Suzanne Somers.
Small Talk is an American game show hosted by comedian Wil Shriner and produced by Reg Grundy Productions that aired on The Family Channel from September 30, 1996 to January 3, 1997. The series aired as part of an original game show block, alongside The New Shop 'Til You Drop, Shopping Spree, Wait 'Til You Have Kids, and The New Family Challenge.
An eight-part online miniseries released in 2014. The series looks at Australian culture and language through the eyes of the teachers and students of the fictional 'Delhi College of Linguistics.
If Walls Could Talk is an American television show on HGTV. Each episode lasts half an hour and usually airs at 5:00 and 5:30 Eastern Time. Hosted by Mike Siegel, this show talks about mysteries and shocking discoveries found in houses. Previous hosts include C. Van Tune, Grant Goodeve, and Elyse Luray.
Small Talk is a BBC One game show that aired from 24 July 1994 to 18 December 1996 and it was hosted by The Two Ronnies star and Sorry! actor Ronnie Corbett.
Reel Talk is a syndicated weekend movie review series hosted by film critics Jeffrey Lyons and Alison Bailes. It was produced by, and originally ran exclusively on, WNBC, a New York City NBC affiliate.
Soap Talk is a television talk show on SOAPnet hosted by Lisa Rinna and Ty Treadway. It debuted in 2002 and ended in 2006. The reason for the show's cancellation was due to SOAPnet expanding their programming away from a soap opera-related focus.
Double Talk is an American game show that aired on the ABC network in 1986. Henry Polic II hosted this word game created by Bob Stewart, which contained elements of the previous Stewart-produced game show Shoot for the Stars. Bob Hilton was the announcer for the show's first two weeks and was replaced starting on the third week by Johnny Gilbert. Near the end of its run, the show was retitled Celebrity Double Talk. However, no format changes took place with the change in the show's title.
Talk About is a game show produced in Canada for CBC, which bears some similarities to the board game Outburst. Originally produced for CBC for the 1988-89 season, it was later picked up for American television syndication, airing from September 18, 1989 to March 16, 1990, with repeats later airing on the USA Network from June 28 to December 31, 1993 and on GameTV from January 3, 2011 to 2013. Taped at stage 40 of CBC's Vancouver studios, the show was hosted by Wayne Cox, with local radio personality Dean Hill as announcer.
Baby Talk is an American sitcom that aired on ABC from March 8, 1991 until May 8, 1992 as part of ABC's TGIF lineup. The show was loosely based on the popular Look Who's Talking movies and was adapted for television by Ed Weinberger. Amy Heckerling created original characters for the series while using key creative and script elements from Look Who's Talking, which she had written and directed. Weinberger served as executive producer during the first season, and was replaced by Saul Turteltaub and Bernie Orenstein in the second season.
Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf is an Emmy award-winning interview program hosted by Cat Greenleaf that airs on NBC. On the show Greenleaf interviews actors, musicians, athletes, politicians, and others on the stoop of her Brooklyn brownstone. "Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf" is broadcast in the top 9 television markets including New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, DC and Philly and can be seen on out of home screens across the country. Celebs, performers, and newsmakers come to Cat's stoop in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn and sit for a 15-20 minute interview covering career highlights, life story, issues of the day and current projects.Musical guests’ appearances include performances of their latest singles and hits. Some guests then join Cat in the kitchen for 5 more minutes to answer questions exclusively for the iVillage.com series, Kitchen Confessions. In almost four years on the air, Talk Stoop has shot over 350 conversations. Past guests include Dan Rather, Spike Lee, William Shatner, Woody Harrelson, The Roots, the Kardashians, Joel Osteen, Julianne Moore, Dick Cavett, Edie Falco, Mavis Staples, Don Cheadle, Elliot Spitzer, Larry King, Eva Longoria, Oliver Platt, Rosie Perez, CC Sabathia, Mike Tyson, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, [[Claire Danes]], Brooke Shields, Cyndi Lauper, & Hilary Swank.
Tiga Talk! is a Canadian children's television series featuring a wolf cub puppet called Tiga. Produced for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network in Canada, the show uses puppets and live-action stories to explore First Nations culture.