Aquí no hay quien viva is a Spanish television comedy focusing on the inhabitants of the fictional building in Desengaño 21, Calle Desengaño being a street between the Districts of Gran Via and Chueca in Madrid. The episodes debuted on the Antena 3 network, and were later rerun by the same network as well as cable/satellite channels Neox and Paramount Comedy. Antena 3 Internacional satellite channel broadcasts the series to Latin America. The series debuted in 2003 and became popular thanks to its funny characters, witty script, and capacity to integrate and poke fun at contemporary issues; the program presents a caustic satire of many of the 'types' found in Spanish society. In 2006, Antena 3's rival Telecinco acquired a 15% share of Miramón Mendi, the company that produces the series. Miramón's contract with Antena 3 expired on June 2006 and was not renewed, bringing the series to an end, since the actors' contracts bind them to the production company and not to the network. Miramón Mendi then created a new series for Telecinco with most of the same actors and a similar setting, but with brand-new characters and storyline. La que se avecina débuted 22 April 2007.
Viva La Bam was an American reality television series that stars Bam Margera and his friends and family. The show was a spin-off from MTV's Jackass, in which Margera and most of the main cast had appeared. Each episode had a specific theme, mission, or challenge which was normally accomplished by performing pranks, skateboarding, and enlisting the help of friends, relations and experts. Although partly improvised, the show was supported by a greater degree of planning and organization.
Viva Piñata is a Canadian-American animated television series seen around the world. It is based upon the Xbox 360 video game of the same name. It is produced by an American company, 4Kids Productions and a Canadian company Bardel Entertainment, a children's animation company in Canada. It aired to high ratings as part of the 4Kids TV programming block and later moved to The CW4Kids before being removed from the schedule on October 25, 2008. It is aired on YTV in Canada, Nicktoons Network and CITV in the UK, TV Tokyo in Japan and on Nickelodeon in Australia. Viva Pinata was executive produced by Lloyd Goldfine at 4Kids in New York and Paul Griffin at Bardel in Vancouver. The stories are edited by Mike deSeve, leading a team that includes the award-winning Daria head-writer Anne Bernstein and Courage the Cowardly Dog story editor David Steven Cohen.
Viva Variety is an American sketch comedy series that aired on Comedy Central from April 1997 to December 1999. The series satirizes European variety shows.
Viva Laughlin is an American musical comedy-drama series adapted by Bob Lowry and Peter Bowker from the popular BBC British serial, Blackpool, and taking its name from the latter program's sequel, Viva Blackpool. Lowry and Bowker also served as executive producers alongside Hugh Jackman, John Palermo, Paul Telegdy and Gabriele Muccino. The latter also directed the pilot. It was filmed on location in part at the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa in Cabazon, California for most of the inside casino shots. Produced by BBC Worldwide, CBS Paramount Network Television, Sony Pictures Television and Seed Productions, the series was greenlit and given a thirteen-episode order on May 14, 2007. Excerpts from the series were aired in subsequent previews throughout the CBS telecast of the 61st Annual Tony Awards on June 10, 2007. CBS aired a preview of the pilot on October 18, 2007 following an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation before broadcasting its official season premiere on October 21, 2007 in its regular timeslot on Sunday nights at 8:00/7:00c, following 60 Minutes. CBS cancelled Viva Laughlin on October 22, 2007 after airing two episodes, with the Nine Network following suit the next day by canceling the show after airing only one episode. Both CBS and Nine filled the show's time slot with episodes of CSI, with The Amazing Race then taking Viva Laughlin's place on CBS on November 4. There are still no plans to air the remaining episodes.
An unknown plague is rapidly spreading in Berlin. All its carriers turn into blood-thirsty zombies who feed off the uninfected. After a short time, ninety five percent of the population is dead or undead; Berlin's face has changed entirely. VIVA BERLIN! is Germany's first serious attempt at a zombie project. The film consists of -- horror stories without a single soft spot. The ultimate genre experience -- as hard and unsparing as true zombie fans appreciate it.
¡Viva Hollywood! is a VH1 reality television program. Twelve Latino actors and Latina actresses compete for the role of "America's Numero Uno Telenovela Star". The winner will also receive a contract with Telemundo, the biggest telenovela production company in the United States.
Água Viva is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo in 1980.
Viva S Club was the fourth and final series in the BBC television series starring British pop group S Club. This was the only series that was not filmed in America, filming, instead, in Barcelona, Spain. The programme was shown every week on CBBC from 20 September 2002 to 27 December 2002 and starred all members of S Club. The show also featured Alícia González, as housekeeper Maria, and Jeremy Xido, as Lyall, from the record company of which the group were signed. The series aired in the United States, once again changing its name. However, in a break from the previous "S Club 7 in ..." pattern, the show was simply called "S Club" on the title screen, however referred to as "S Club 7 in Barcelona" in promos and commercials. It aired on ABC Family from 21 September 2002 to 14 December 2002. The series saw Paul Cattermole leave the group. This mirrored real life events, when in March 2002, Paul announced that he was to leave S Club. There is one post series event, a movie entitled Seeing Double.
Viva la Mañana is a Spanish-language morning talk show, that is transmitted through channels 2 and 4 on the Salvadoran television network Telecorporación Salvadoreña. The program is transmitted Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Hosted by Gina Salazar, Luciana Sandoval, Linette, Daniel Rucks and Gerardo Parker.
¡Viva el Sueño! is a reality competition to find new solo musical talent. Many are those who dream of being big but very few who reach the success in the music world. ¡Viva el Sueño! will give that opportunity to one of the 14 participants who were chosen from hundreds of applicants. They will fight, on stage, to achieve their dream and receive 200 thousand dollars in prizes and sponsorships. The first-of-its-kind reality competition will pit 14 professional artists who have not yet had their big break and give viewers the chance to select Latin music's next big superstar. Some have gained fame in their countries of origin, others have had the opportunity to perform side by side with some of the industry's biggest stars, but they all still struggle in relative anonymity. " Viva el Sueno!" premiered Sunday, August 30 at 8pm ET/PT on the Univision Network. ¡Viva el Sueño! provides viewers with the intensity, drama and excitement of reality television as these artists face fierce competition, grueling rehearsals, and the emotional stress of preparing for a live show week after week. Each will showcase their unique talent in stellar musical productions, performing some of Latin music's greatest hits. They will give their all in the hopes of winning $200,000 in cash and prizes but, most importantly, for the one chance to achieve their dream of stardom. The Winner of the !Viva el Sueño! is Ana Isabelle
The PBA on Viva TV was a presentation of Philippine Basketball Association games on Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation by VIVA Entertainment after the company absorbed Vintage Sports.
This Portuguese comedy show is about the daily lifes of neighbours living at Campo de Ourique, with really confusing life stories.