A woman named Kit moves back to her parent's house, where she receives a mysterious invitation that would fulfill her childhood dreams.
Ha-Comedy Store was an Israeli entertainment program which was broadcast on the Israeli Channel 2 between the years 1994-1996. In its prime it starred Tzvika Hadar, Assaf Ashtar, Ruby Duenyas, Gil Sassover and Itai Segev. The show scheduled weekly consisted different short non-sense styled skits including recurring nooks, such as "JoJo Ticked-Off" and "Jacques' Bulletin" and music segments which were mostly parodies of famous Israeli songs. During the first seasons, the show won a great success, and coined a number of unique expressions to the Hebrew language such as "Laflaf", "Khalastra". The character which is mostly remembered and identified with the show is apparently Jojo Halastra, played by Tzvika Hadar, which was a parody on the Israeli Ars. In 1995 a "Ha-Comedy Store" album was released containing all of the most popular songs and skits. After the third season the shows' popularity descended after some of the actors left the show.
The Store is a strand of shopping programming on ITV and ITV4. Dubbed the "chatmercial", The Store combines the format of a chatshow with home TV shopping in front of a studio audience. Sarah Heaney presents the strand, with help from experts including celebrity make-up artist Jerome Alexander, fashion expert Wendy Elsmore and celebrity chef Tony Tobin. The strand is shown usually between the hours of 12:30 am – 02:30 am on Sunday nights on ITV, however times are flexible around schedule but the show is almost always on air for two hours. As well as the weekend broadcasts, the stand also airs Mondays to Saturdays on ITV Channel Television, in place of Jackpot247, which cannot broadcast on the Islands for legal reasons. The overnight strand is not broadcast on STV or UTV. The Store airs on ITV4 every night from around 02:00. On Tuesday 1 October, The Store will launch as a 24-hour shopping channel, made up of 15-minute product segments shown on a loop, with selected material screened on the ITV website. Sarah Heaney will continue as the brands' main presenter.
Professor Primus has captured the winners of the inventor competition. Will they be able to escape by Christmas?
The Candy Store was a television show that was a tie-in to The Gospel Bill Show and which shared some of that show's characters. The Candy Store, just as The Gospel Bill Show was a part of Willie George Ministries.
Minding the Store is a 2005 reality TV show starring Pauly Shore. The show was based around Shore trying to revitalize his acting career and run the family business, The Comedy Store. Shore is helped by his staff, which includes manager Dean Gelber, talent booker Tommy Morris, and handyman Marlon Hernandez. The show featured several comics, including Tommy Chong, Jay London, Marc Hatchell and Ari Shaffir. The first season featured ten episodes, including Shore organizing a roster of "hot girl" comedians, learning jousting at Medieval Times, and a roast of Shore while he sat on a gold throne complete with a red toilet seat. Shore and TBS claimed that if anyone did not laugh while viewing the show that they would receive a dollar if they wrote to the network to ask for one. No person that wrote to request the dollar is believed to have ever received one and many were said to have been marked as "return to sender." The show was canceled after its short run.
Comic Store Heroes is a reality television program set inside Manhattan's Midtown Comics, the largest comic book store in the United States. Described as a one hour documentary about comic book subculture, it is British production company Parthenon Entertainment's first U.S.-based factual entertainment production, and premiered on the National Geographic Channel on July 13, 2012 at 8pm Eastern Standard Time. As with Comic Book Men, a similar series airing on AMC starring Kevin Smith, the program focuses on the interactions among the store's staff, and with its customers.
Deltagerne konkurrerer i både lagkager og cupcakes i første program af Den store bagedyst, hvor 10 bageglade danskere dyster om at blive kåret som Danmarks bedste amatørbager. Vi følger dem over 6 programmer, hvor de vil blive presset til det yderste, når de bliver testet i deres evner til at bage. Konditoren Mette Blomsterberg og kokken Jan Friis-Mikkelsen er dommere, og det er op til dem, hvilke deltagere der efter hvert program vil blive nødt til at forlade konkurrencen. Der er store følelser på spil, når deltagerne hver uge bliver udsat for nye udfordringer, og tingene går ikke altid som forventet. Hvem kan stå distancen, og hvem må hænge forklædet på knagen? For der er kun én, som i sidste ende vil få æren af titlen som Danmarks bedste amatørbager.
Den store klassefesten is a Norwegian chat show which was shown on NRK1 in 2000, 2001, 2005 and again from 2008. The programme was part of NRK's Saturday night line-up and the presenter was Dan Børge Akerø. Working with him, Akerø had the comedians Øystein Bache and Rune Gokstad who did a lot of the presenting work in the series. The series is regarded as one of NRK's biggest successes of the 2000s and won the prize for best chat show at Gullruten 2002. Previously, Akerø had won the prize for best presenter for the programme at Gullruten 2001. The series premiered on NRK on 12 February 2000 and was shown on Saturday nights. The series has ran for four seasons.
Bubber want to make a chrismas show, not all goes as planned, and involved "kidnapning" of two kid and whole milk, lots of whole milk