A modern reboot of the classic 70s game show that features two contestants attempting to match the answers of six celebrities in a game of fill-in-the-blank.
Miss Match is a 2003 American television series created by Jeff Rake and Darren Star and produced by Twentieth Century Fox, Darren Star Productions and Imagine Entertainment. It aired in the U.S. on NBC, Australia on Network Seven, Arena and FOX8, and in the UK on Living, Channel 4 and is currently on E4. The series filmed at least 18 episodes but only 8 aired in the US. The entire series aired in both the UK & Canada. Starring Alicia Silverstone and Ryan O'Neal, the show garnered poor ratings, which could have been due to its inability to compete in the Friday 8pm ET timeslot. It was based on the real-life story of Samantha Daniels.
The five-day-a-week syndicated successor to the popular CBS game show, where two contestants compete to match fill-in-the-blank phrases with those of the celebrities.
Match of the Day is the BBC's main football television programme. Typically, it is shown on BBC One on Saturday evenings during the English football season, showing highlights of the day's matches in English football's top division, the Premier League. It is one of the BBC's longest-running shows, having been on air since 22 August 1964, though it has not always been aired regularly. The programme is broadcast from MediaCityUK in Salford Quays on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal in Greater Manchester. MOTD is presented by former England captain Gary Lineker, who is usually joined by England teammate and former Newcastle United captain Alan Shearer and Liverpool and Scotland defender Alan Hansen as well as Mark Lawrenson. Over the years many famous and respected sports broadcasters have fine-tuned their skills on the programme, including Kenneth Wolstenholme, David Coleman, Barry Davies, John Motson, Jimmy Hill and Des Lynam.
A light-hearted look at the United Kingdom's Premier League action, rounding-up the weekend's football action.
Après Match is an Irish comedy show normally screened after competitive Irish soccer matches on RTÉ. It is performed by Barry Murphy, Risteárd Cooper and Gary Cooke. It grew out of Barry Murphy and Risteárd Cooper's Frank's Euro Ting sketches which first enlivened RTÉ's coverage of Euro '96 for which Rep. of Ireland had failed to qualify. Barry Murphy had performed similar football-related sketches on RTÉ in 1994. "Après Match" proper was born when Gary Cooke joined the duo and soon became a fixture following each of Ireland's qualifying games for the 1998 World Cup. The show mocks famous, mostly Irish, soccerstars and pundits including Bill O'Herlihy, Eamon Dunphy, Johnny Giles, Liam Brady, Frank Stapleton, Colm Murray, and Graeme Souness, as well as pundits from the British channels, including Richard Keys, Andy Gray, Jamie Redknapp, Gary Lineker and Alan Hansen. They also mock Irish television and radio personalities such as Marian Finucane, Miriam O'Callaghan, Vincent Browne, Tom McGurk, David McWilliams, Brent Pope, George Hook, Joe Duffy, Pat Kenny and Gerry Ryan. As of 2010, they have added politicians such as Brian Cowen, Brian Lenihan and Joan Burton to their repertoire. The Après Match team have sold out venues all over Ireland including Vicar Street, the Olympia Theatre and the Gaiety Theatre.
Two competitors have to ‘match’ their answers to fill-in-the-blank questions to those of the six celebrity panelists.
The Match is a reality TV show on Sky One in which a group of celebrities form a football team to compete against a team of former professional footballers. The show begins with a large squad of celebrities who train and live together, all aiming to be selected for "The Match" against the team of legends. The show has also been published in Switzerland in 2006 and 2008 on SF 2. In Great Britain, three editions of the programme have been made, one in early 2004, one in late 2005 and one in October 2006. The program is hosted by Mark Durden-Smith, Ulrika Jonsson and Zoë Ball. The matches are played at St James' Park, Newcastle. In the Swiss version, the matches were held at Espenmoos in St. Gallen and at Allmend Stadion in Lucerne.
A quiet community is devastated by the murder of a teenage supporter during a local football match.
Perfect Match is the title of an ESPN game show which ran October 3 to December 30, 1994; The series was hosted by Ken Ober and co-hosted by Challen Cates. Lou DiMaggio was the announcer.
Was the flagship show of now defunct XLEAGUE.TV, The Match was a studio based show which delivered highlights from tournament and league play from XLEAGUE.TV's club and league competition. The bulk of the show's content was presented in the style of sports broadcasting found on television, with the two commentators at hand first taking presenting roles by introducing the game, competitors and rules of the contest from the commentary booth, before play begins. When the channel started, a series of pundits and a dedicated presenter would handle those duties, discuss the game and offer their opinion on the outcome; however, this was streamlined for all but League or Tournament finals, where it was felt the extra ceremony was more appreciated. One noticeable resemblance to televised sport was in its soccer/football style commentary and pundit formats, though coverage also offered replay clips and highlights. Where appropriate, specialist commentators are brought in to contribute their own experience, such as national broadcaster and sports journalist, Trevor Harris.
In the complex world of apps and social media, the outspoken Rita and the methodic Enzo are facing the typical dilemmas of their generation. They meet after a series of failed virtual relationships and decide to join their fears and obsessions. The couple gets increasingly close, sharing childhood traumas, obnoxious friends and embarrassing situations, until they realize true love is a lot different from what internet had shown.
Match Mates was an Australian children's television game show that was broadcast afternoon on Nine Network Australia between 1981 and 1982. It was produced by the Grundy Organisation for Nine Network's Children's Programming. Actor David Waters was the emcee.
Perfect Match was an American game show hosted by Bob Goen and announced by Johnny Gilbert, which aired from January 13 to September 12, 1986 in syndication. The game featured three married couples answering questions about their spouses to win money. Perfect Match was Goen's first game show and the second game show to be distributed by Lorimar-Telepictures after Lorimar Productions purchased Telepictures in 1985. The show was also produced by XPTLA, Inc, who also produced The $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime. The show was a mid-season replacement for Catch Phrase, another game show distributed by Telepictures just before the merger. The Perfect Match had also been the name of an earlier TV game show, which aired in syndication in 1967-68 and featured a computer dating theme.
Télé Match was one of the first gameshows on French television. It was created in 1954 by André Gillois, Pierre Bellemare and Jacques Antoine, broadcast on the sole channel of RTF and presented by Pierre Bellemare.
Perfect Match is an Australian dating game show based on the format of The Dating Game. Perfect Match was produced by the Reg Grundy Organisation. It originally aired on Network Ten for 30 minutes most weekdays from 5:30pm between 1984 and 1989. The format was revived in Australia for subsequent programs Blind Date based on its US counterpart in 1991, and again a revised version of Perfect Match this time airing on the Seven Network in 2002. A New Zealand version of the show was shown in the late 1980s following the same format. The host of the show was Butch Bradley.
Perfect Match is a game show that aired on Channel 4 from 2002