Everybody Loves Raymond is an American television sitcom starring Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett, Doris Roberts, and Peter Boyle. It originally ran on CBS from September 13, 1996, to May 16, 2005. Many of the situations from the show are based on the real-life experiences of Romano, creator/producer Phil Rosenthal and the show's writing staff. The main characters on the show are also loosely based on Romano's and Rosenthal's real-life family members. The show reruns in syndication on various channels, such as TBS, TV Land, and in most TV markets on local stations. From 2000 to 2007, KingWorld distributed the show for off-network syndication and Warner Bros. Television Distribution handled international distribution. In 2007, CBS Television Distribution took over King World's distribution. CBS only owns American syndication rights; ancillary rights are controlled by HBO and Warner Bros. Television.
Everybody Hates Chris is an American television narrative sitcom that depicts the troubled teenage experiences of comedian Chris Rock while growing up in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York City. The show is set between 1982 and 1987, but Rock himself was a teenager between 1978 and 1983. Rock grew up with a boy named Kenny Montero, whom he has often referred to as the inspiration for a lot of the episodes. In many of his interviews, Rock has described Kenny as the reason he got into comedy in the first place. The show's title parodies the hit CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, in which Rock stated: "Everybody Loves Raymond, but Everybody Hates Chris!". The show's lead actors are Tyler James Williams, Terry Crews, Tichina Arnold, Tequan Richmond, Imani Hakim, and Vincent Martella. In 2008, the The CW moved Everybody Hates Chris and The Game to the Friday night death slot. The fourth season of the series premiered Friday, October 3, 2008, at 8:00PM Eastern/7:00PM Central. On May 21, 2009, The CW announced that it had cancelled Everybody Hates Chris. Prior to this, Rock announced that the end of season 4 matched up with his own past—dropping out of high school to become a comedian—and that it was time to end the show.
Tancyuyut Vsi! is a television program which airs on the Ukrainian channel STB and is based on the format of the American series So You Think You Can Dance. The series, hosted by Lily Rebryk and Dmitry Tankovych, first premiered in September 2008 and has since aired five seasons. The winner of the competition receives between ₴150,000 and ₴250,000 and occasionally further prizes.
Everybody Hapi is a situational comedy aired every Saturday night in the Philippines on TV5.
Everybody Speaks Nonsenses II – Hot Pot was a popular Taiwanese television sketch show, mainly focusing on topics related to Taiwanese politics. This show developed from Everybody Speaks Nonsenses. Its components parody several television broadcasts around the world, including a stock index analyst, Nazism, and even the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China. First broadcast in 2004 on cable television Chung T'ien Television, it has since gained prominence among Taiwanese viewers, and in January 2006 earned a mention by CNN's World Report on Taiwan-China relations. The show was succeed by People's Party. In 2007 the show was nominated for Best Entertainment Variety Programme at the 42nd Golden Bell Awards.
Everybody's Equal was a game show hosted by Chris Tarrant and aired on ITV from 7 June 1989 to 22 July 1991. Versions also existed in many European countries, plus Canada. Elements of the show resemble Tarrant's future hit Who Wants to be a Millionaire?, particularly its "Fastest Finger First" game. The format was simple - 200 contestants were asked a question with four options and those who got it right were asked another. This continued until less than ten players survived, at which point they face four questions which are worth £50 each. The player who correctly answers the final question the fastest goes on to play the final round. The winning contestant must place four things into the correct order, to win £1000. If they get it wrong, the money is divided equally between all the other contestants. This was all made possible via the use of 200 small handsets, which were centrally linked to a computer. The introduction sequence played on the concept of equality among the contestants, as five very distinct people were shown going about their daily business. Before the show, the computer would nominate 'Four to Follow' - four contestants who were seemingly expected to do well. They rarely did.
Everybody's Talking was an American game show which aired on ABC from February 6 to December 29, 1967. Former dance-party host Lloyd Thaxton was the host; Wink Martindale and Charlie O'Donnell were the announcers. Thaxton typically closed each episode by saying, "Keep watching, and keep listening, because everybody's talking!" Veteran producer Jack Barry created this show during a brief period working for Goodson-Todman. Due to lingering bad publicity concerning his possible involvement in the rigging of Twenty One and Tic-Tac-Dough in the late 1950s, he asked that his name be kept off the credits. Jerome Schnur Productions packaged the show instead. It was the last American daytime television program aired in Black and White despite the big 3 commercial networks converted to color by September 1967.
Kungtari is a small village at the border between North and South Koreas. Those that are exhausted, worn out or hurt people come here to find hope. Lee Bo Mi was enjoying her life as a New Yorker until she was deported due to her criminal history. She is forced to settle down in Kungtari when she moves back to Korea. Han Soo Ho is a legend in the New York financial market, but is now retired and making eco-friendly compost in Kungtari. Various stories of people’s lives unravel as they gather in Kungtari, including Bo Mi, who was adopted at a young age and has a secret behind her birth, and Soo Ho, who was once a top notch man in the financial industry, but settled down in Kungtari to save his daughter.