CSI: NY is an American police procedural television series that ran on CBS from September 22, 2004 to February 22, 2013 for a total of nine seasons and 197 original episodes. The show follows the investigations of a team of NYPD forensic scientists and police officers identified as "Crime Scene Investigators".
NY-LON is a 2004 British drama series that aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. The series was created and written by Simon Burke and Anya Camilleri, and starred Rashida Jones and Stephen Moyer. NY-LON was also broadcast on BBC America in the United States.
Betty is a young Latina in New York who, rejected in multiple jobs, accepts one below her qualifications in the fashion industry. Amid the glamor and business, the war between the pretty and the ugly, Betty grows and faces the biggest challenge of her life: love.
Each episode toggles between the renowned surgeons of Manhattan's New York Presbyterian Hospital and the gritty world of trauma surgeons at Newark's University Hospital where the ER is a doorway to the mean streets of one of America's most violent cities. Sometimes poignant and often uproarious, this limited series takes a deep dive into high stakes medicine through the eyes of unforgettable characters, including a hilarious trio of returning ER nurses who must cope with tricky personal crises while caring for some of the nation's most bossy patients. Mehmet Oz rounds out the character roster with his extraordinary surgical skills on full display as his deft hands work to fix damaged hearts and save lives.
NY Ink is an American reality documentary television series that debuted June 2, 2011, on TLC. TLC renewed the series for a second season in August 2011, also noting that the series' first season averaged 1.3 million viewers per episode. Filming for the third season started in August 2012 with the season premiering on April 4, 2013.
MSG, NY is a television newscast that airs on MSG Network. It airs nightly at about 10 or 10:30 p.m. Eastern time, with the exact time dependent on sports events schedules. Jason Horowitz, Deb Placey, and Tina Cervasio serve as hosts. Originally, this program was called SportsDesk and was a sportscast similar to ESPN's SportsCenter. In 2006, the show was retooled and now primarily covers both sports and entertainment events that occur at Madison Square Garden. Past anchors of SportsDesk include Al Trautwig, Greg Gumbel, Marv Albert, Jonathan Coachman, and Bill Daughtry. SportsDesk was also seen on the North American Sports Network throughout Europe.
NY Wired was a short-lived lottery game show aired from 1997 to 1999. The weekly show was produced by Jonathan Goodson Productions in association with the New York Lottery. For its first season, it was also co-produced by DDB Needham. The show was hosted by WNBC weather forecaster Janice Huff during its first season, when the show was televised on that station. Cheryl Washington took over when the show switched to WNYW for its second season. Contestants won a spot on the show by playing a scratchcard, in order of usage, "NY Wired Instant Game" or "TV Cash", and sending it into a sweepstakes. Contestants were divided into three teams, blue, yellow, and red, in which a representative of that team played several games of chance to win thousands of dollars. The show was also used to publicize the Lottery's promotions, as presented by veteran Lottery number-caller Yolanda Vega at an anchor's desk.
I Luv NY, is a television program of GMA Network. This is the first Philippine TV soap taped in New York City. The show is shot in different locations in New York, where the four main characters lived and encountered many problems and adventures. The series received a viewership rating of 33.4% for its whole run. From March 4, 2011 until June 30, 2011 the series re-aired on GMA Life TV worldwide.
Eat Out NY is a local television series that explores New York City's restaurants. The program runs in the New York City area on NYC TV and on WNBC. Hosted and produced by former Ford model Kelly Choi, the show has become a top performer on NYC TV and is widely regarded, along with Secrets of New York, as the channel's signature series. Eat Out NY began as a collaboration with local New York lifestyle magazine Time Out NY. The series joins Cool in Your Code and New York 360*, as the signature lifestyle programs on NYC TV. In the process, Choi has become a local celebrity. In 2006, the Bravo television network briefly entertained the notion of hiring Choi to host Top Chef, replacing Padma Lakshmi, the former wife of writer Salman Rushdie. Industry insiders expect Choi to land a hosting job on the Food Network in 2008 where she has been under heavy consideration since 2006. In the summer of 2009, Bravo will unveil Top Chef Masters, starring Choi as the host.
A group of little ladies navigate the Big Apple while facing obstacles that test people even of average height like hailing cabs, catching subways and traversing crowded streets. These east coast besties scramble to try to make it big in Manhattan, supporting one another every step of the way as they prove that “if they can make it there, they’ll make it anywhere”.
Follows some of Manhattan's most relentless realtors as they close multimillion dollar deals faster than a yellow cab runs a red light.
The Next Big Thing: NY is an American reality television series on Oxygen. The series debuted on June 12, 2012 and follows performance coaches that mentoring a group of entertainers seeking their breakthrough in show business.
A modern-day drama about a crime-solving duo that cracks the NYPD's most impossible cases. Following his fall from grace in London and a stint in rehab, eccentric Sherlock escapes to Manhattan where his wealthy father forces him to live with his worst nightmare - a sober companion, Dr. Watson.
NYC 22 follows six diverse NYPD rookies as they patrol the gritty streets of upper Manhattan. With unique backgrounds, personalities and reasons for being on the force, the new cops will make their share of rookie mistakes while they figure out how to relate to their boss, each other and the people they swore to protect.
NYPD Blue is an American television police drama set in New York City, exploring the internal and external struggles of the fictional 15th precinct of Manhattan. Each episode typically intertwined several plots involving an ensemble cast.