Downtown no Gottsu Ee Kanji (ダウンタウンのごっつええ感じ, roughly "Downtown's Feeling Real Good"), was a Japanese variety show. It premiered on December 8, 1991 and ended its run on November 2, 1997. It aired on Fuji TV every Sunday night. Hosted by the comedy duo Downtown (consisting of Masatoshi Hamada and Hitoshi Matsumoto), it had several other actors and comedians in its regular cast, including You, Koji Imada, Koji Higashino, Itsuji Itao, Ryoko Shinohara and Honkon (Takahiro Kurano). Like most other Japanese variety shows, it featured guest interviews and games, but it is best known and remembered for its sketch comedy. Downtown and other cast members would dress in costumes and perform absurd skits with bizarre characters.
Dolly is a television variety show that ran on ABC during the 1987-1988 season featuring Dolly Parton.
The short-lived variety show, hosted by Gene Di Novi on piano and vocalist Jodie Drake, offered a captivating blend of music and conversation in its half-hour format. Renowned musicians like Clark Terry, Joe Venuti, Gene Lees, and Phyllis Marshall graced the show as guests, showcasing the best in jazz. The rhythm section boasted talents like Michel Donato on bass and Jerry Fuller on drums, enriching the performances. Produced in Toronto by Bob Gibbons, the series highlighted exceptional musical collaborations and remains a testament to the era's jazz brilliance.
A variety show featuring sketch and stand-up comedy as well as guest appearances, dance numbers and musical performances.
The Jerry Lewis Show is an American variety series hosted by Jerry Lewis that aired on ABC from September 21, 1963 to December 21, 1963. The variety series was originally supposed to be 40 episodes long but only 13 episodes aired due to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.
A variety show featuring the couple doing skits as robots- showcasing their unique ability
Host Penelope McQuade welcomes three celebrities each evening, along with two different swapping contributors who will intervene, make critical comments and spice up the conversations!
The Redd Foxx Comedy Hour was a ABC produced variety show hosted by Redd Foxx (John Elroy Sanford) following his hit sitcom Sanford and Son. It debuted on September 15, 1977 and last aired on January 26, 1978. Despite being rated by critics as entertaining and funny, the show was canceled due to low ratings at the end of it's first season.
En direct de l'univers
Some people like to stay at home doing nothing, and they are called a “homebody.” However, five homebody celebrities join this show to stay together and spend a holiday together. Actor Lee Sang Woo, Kang Daniel of Wanna One, Yong Jun Hyung of Highlight, Xiumin of Exo, and singer Park Jae Jung move into the same house. Will they be able to get along together?
The Jerry Lewis Show is the second version of the series that aired on NBC from September 12, 1967 to May 27, 1969.
The Revlon Revue is a variety show that aired on CBS.
The George Gobel Show is an American television series hosted George Gobel that aired on NBC from 1954 to 1960.
Le show du début
The Lively Ones is an American musical variety series hosted by Vic Damone that aired on NBC in the summers of 1962 and 1963.
How much do you know about your grown up son? In Mom’s Diary, the daily lives of the grown up celebrity sons are closely observed by their mothers. Do you know why your son drinks so much these days? How much do you know about your son’s philosophy in his life style? Heart-warming moments of observational communication between a mother and a son can be seen on Mom’s Diary.