Corporate billionaire Edward Cole and working class mechanic Carter Chambers are worlds apart. At a crossroads in their lives, they share a hospital room and discover they have two things in common: a desire to spend the time they have left doing everything they ever wanted to do and an unrealized need to come to terms with who they are. Together they embark on the road trip of a lifetime, becoming friends along the way and learning to live life to the fullest, with insight and humor.
Riley Parks delicately balances two starkly different lives -- one as a single mom in a conservative town struggling to provide for her family and the other as a savvy and ambitious businesswoman working with a rowdy, sexy and unpredictable group of women.
The Ex List is an American comedy-drama television series based on the Israeli series The Mythological X created and written by Sigal Avin. The Americanized version, developed by Diane Ruggiero and produced by Fox Television Studios, premiered on CBS on October 3, 2008. Avin and Ruggiero acted as executive producers with Jonathan Levin, Avi Nir, and Mosh Danon. The series aired on Global in Canada and on Canal Fox on Latin America. The show was short lived due to grim ratings and reviews, and lasted less than a month, with less than half of the produced episodes airing.
Love It or List It is a Canadian home design TV show currently airing on the W Network and on VIVA. The show is produced by Big Coat Productions and is based in Toronto and other surrounding areas in Ontario, Canada. The show premiered as a primetime program on W Network on September 8, 2008, and has since aired on VIVA Network as well as HGTV US.
Rick's List was a news and commentary program on CNN hosted by Rick Sanchez. The show aired weekdays from 3 to 5 PM EST. It first aired on Monday, January 18, 2010, when Sanchez's one-hour segment of CNN Newsroom was lengthened to two hours and given its own title, and The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer was moved one hour later. Its last broadcast was on Friday, October 1, 2010 when CNN fired Sanchez over controversial comments made on a radio show. As with Sanchez's previous broadcast, Rick's List focuses on using social networking including Twitter to create a "national conversation" about the news. One continuing segment was called "The List U Don't Want 2 Be On," in which he criticizes others' actions and comments.
Rich List – Jede Antwort zählt is the German version of the game show The Rich List on Sat.1, that premiered on May 26, 2007 at 7:15 P.M. The show is very successful, because of this, Sat.1 renewed the show for a second season, which airs subsequent to season one. At August 29, 2007 the show will move in the prime time, Wednesdays at 8:15 P.M.. The show is hosted by Kai Pflaume. This is the first non-English-language version of the show to air.
The List is a Canadian reality television series, which debuted on November 13, 2007 on Slice. Hosted by Liza Fromer, the show will give participants the opportunity to live out a dream or goal.
YTV's Hit List was a music video television program that aired on YTV, a Canadian specialty television network aimed at children. The series first started in 1991, hosted by Tarzan Dan and had 14 seasons in all. The first 6 seasons of Hit List were hosted by Tarzan Dan, there were numerous hosts to follow from Aashna, Leslie and Exan to Rob and Danielle. As of fall 2005, Hit List has gone on an indefinite hiatus. Hit List's run lasted 14 years on YTV. Only Video & Arcade Top 10 has had a longer run on YTV. Tarzan Dan worked on the radio in Toronto and was nominated for Canadian Radio Announcer of the Year 5 times and won 4. He was also nominated for a Gemini Award for his YTV work and Best TV Host of a Music Based Show at the Canadian Music Industry Awards. He has most recently been seen on MuchMoreMusic on the show Listed. Danielle McGimsie and Rob Fournier, were the last people to host the Hit List. Danielle is now an entertainment reporter for ETalk on the Canadian CTV Network, and was the host of HypaSpace on the SPACE Channel. Hit List was known for breaking many groups in Canada. Backstreet Boys performed on the YTV Achievement Awards one year. The celebrities include "Weird Al" Yankovic, Backstreet Boys, Christina Aguilera, *NSYNC, Take That, The Smashing Pumpkins, Spice Girls, Five, No Doubt, Britney Spears, Blur, Kim Stockwood, The Moffatts, Hanson, O-Town, Eiffel 65, Aaron Carter, Shawn Desman, Lillix, Simple Plan, Avril Lavigne, Busted, Rachel Stevens, Clay Aiken, and many others.
Andrew Zimmern reveals his personal list of favorite foods, places and experiences that should be on everyone's travel itinerary. He navigates each city like a local and gives his spin on amazing eateries, including what to order and where to find it.
The Insider's List is a television show airing on the Fine Living cable channel, hosted by Julie Moran.
Each show pits two members of the public against one another as they compete for an exclusive tailor-made prize. With questions based on modern life and relationships, they’ll need some expert advice. Thankfully, five celebrity guests are at hand to lend their support as Rob draws up a Guess List of answers.
Sports Hit List was a news, talk and analysis television show and also the flagship program on ESPNEWS. Since its debut in January 2004, the program aired Monday through Friday from 3-6pm ET.
Comedy showcases of the hottest standup comics, broadcast live from a VIP, guest-list-only speakeasy. You can’t into The Guest List unless you’re on the guest list.
The Sports List is a television news show in which Summer Sanders counted down top ten lists of various sports topics. The show premiered August 1, 2004 on Fox Sports Net and the last episode aired September 7, 2004. Summer Sanders would start off the show by explaining the topic and then would count up the list from ten to one. During each segment on the show there were celebrities or sports analysts giving their input on each list item. Some topics included: Best Athletes Without Rings, The Best Shortstops, and The Most Hated People In Sports. The show still airs occasionally in reruns on FSN.