Aqui há talento was the older Portuguese version of the Got Talent series. It launched on RTP1 on February 1, 2007. Singers, dancers, comedians, variety acts, and other performers competed against each other for a €10,000 money prize. It was hosted by Sílvia Alberto. The judges were Joaquim Monchique, Sílvia Rizzo and Paulo Dias.
Project Ha Ha is an Irish experimental comedy television series of pilots broadcast in four parts on RTÉ Two in January 2009. The series showcases comedians such as Dead Cat Bounce, Diet of Worms, David McSavage and an ensemble piece featuring comedians including Bernard O'Shea, Colum mcDonnell and Carol Tobin. The projects are produced by such companies as Blinder Films, Red Jam Productions, D.A.D.D.Y, Accomplice Productions and Green Inc Productions. Project Ha Ha aired each Monday at 22:55 from 5 – 24 January 2009.
H3O: Ha Ha Ha Over! is a sketch comedy television show aired every Monday evenings in the Philippines by Q Network. The program was produced by APT Productions Inc.
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This Portuguese comedy show is about the daily lifes of neighbours living at Campo de Ourique, with really confusing life stories.
Every year Streams creative innovations into the country with the promise of making Norwegians life even easier, BETTER, funnier and more complete. Now Shall Eight Different Norwegian households Helping us all find out what's actually nice to have, and what is merely a waste of time and money.
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.
O-Ha! was a sitcom produced and broadcast by ABC with only 4 episodes and played once a week from August 7, 2006-January 26, 2007.