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DVD Show is a Canadian movie review series, which airs on mentv, CLT and SUN TV. In 2009, the series is now hosted by Jenny Steele and Max Sinclair, with 2 guest reviewers every week. Heath McCoy previously hosted the series but left when its new season premiered. The series made a move to HD in 2009., the series reviews movies and television programs newly released on DVD and re-releases on Blu-ray, suggesting viewers to Buy, Rent, or Skip.
DVD on TV is a show on the American FX cable channel, first shown in 2001. The show's hosts are Dave Holmes and Jennifer Lothrop. The series shows motion pictures in similar formats to DVDs on the television network. During breaks in the movie the hosts present the best features from the DVD of that evening's film. Some usual topics include how the movie was made or produced and interviews with the producers or cast.
Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman is a VHS of the PBS special of the same name that aired in 2002. A copy of the show was made available to the audience if they made a financial contribution to their local PBS station. The VHS is hosted and narrated by Laura Savini along with Sarah herself. The two women talk in various locations including Sarah's home in London, her studio in Germany, one of Mozart's apartments, and in several concert halls where some of Sarah's most famous performances occurred.
DVD_TV is a film trivia show that presents the story behind the making of a movie as streaming text in the letterbox area below the picture. It is broadcast in the United States and Canada on the cable network AMC, and is created by and produced at Riverstreet Productions. It premiered on June 2, 2002 with an enhanced presentation of Breakfast At Tiffany's. DVD_TV aired monthly, usually on Sunday nights, and continued for six seasons before its final airing, an augmented version of Apollo 13, on August 3, 2008.
Kargin Haghordum was an 2002-2009 Armenian TV show airing in Armenia on the Armenia TV channel. It was one of the most popular and successful comedy shows in post-independent Armenian history. The show consisted of few-minute-long sketches. Sketches there about sexual relationships, cheating of married couples, social problems in Armenia, football, World War II, etc.