Music Break was a Canadian music variety and talk show television series which aired on CBC Television from 1960 to 1962.
Break Free is the eighth Malaysian production by MediaCorp Studios Malaysia. Filming began in July 2012 and took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It made its debut in Singapore on 18 March 2013. It is scheduled to air on Malaysia on 27 March 2013. The series is about four men from different backgrounds who were convicted to jail and their aftermaths when they were released.
Girls who leave Ulaş after dating him find their true love and get married. Turgay, a tv producer, finds about this and decides to create a TV reality show based on him.
Coxy's Big Break is a daily travel show airing 5:00 pm530pm on Seven Melbourne and Prime across Victoria. It has previously been screened nationally on Seven's HD channel and is sold overseas. It premiered in 2004. Hosted by Geoff 'Coxy' Cox, the show visits locations across Australia and around the world. The local edition of the program keeps Victoria as its primary focus. Other destinations have included New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Bali, Vanuatu, The Cook Islands, New Caledonia, China, Hawaii, Austria, Ireland, Thailand and Antarctica. The Seven Network airs different travel shows in the weekend 5:30pm timeslots. Brisbane screen Queensland Weekender Saturdays and The Great South East Sundays. Sydney have Sydney Weekender on Saturdays. Adelaide show Discover on Saturdays. The program has been produced in PAL 1080i 25PsF high-definition since the start of 2007. Reporters for the show include: ⁕Melissa Hetherington ⁕Melanie-Jade Netherclift ⁕James Sherry ⁕Rhys Uhlich Former reporters include: ⁕Des Dowling ⁕James Freemantle ⁕Angie Hilton ⁕Kelly Landry ⁕Nick Stratford ⁕Nicky Whelan
Break with the Boss is a British television programme that aired in the UK on Living TV from 1 November 2006. An eight part series which sees different bosses each week take three of their employees away on holiday, during which they will have to complete challenges. This show is hosted by Liz Bonnin.
Break a Leg is an independently created internet sitcom. The show is filmed in the handheld, one-camera style associated with mockumentaries such as The Office. The show was written and created by brothers Vlad and Yuri Baranovsky, and while being an online show, episodes were shown on the San Francisco Public-access television cable TV channel. The show is shot in San Francisco and the outlying areas; unlike many other internet shows, episodes are as long as those of TV shows, around 30 minutes.
Break the Science Barrier is a 1996 television documentary written and presented by Richard Dawkins, which promotes the viewpoint that scientific endeavour is not only useful, but also intellectually stimulating and exciting. Featuring interviews with many well-known figures from the world of science and beyond, it was originally broadcast on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom — the first of a series of collaborations between Dawkins and the station — before being released on DVD more than a decade later. The documentary contains many of the themes later expounded in his book Unweaving the Rainbow, which was published two years after the initial broadcast.
Make or Break TV is a Canadian thirteen-episode half-hour documentary television series produced by Make Believe Media Inc. and currently airs on TVtropolis. The first episode premiered on Thursday September 4, 2008 and was repeated in the show's regular time slot on Monday September 8, 2008.
Break the Bank is an American quiz show which aired variously on Mutual Radio and ABC, CBS and NBC television from 1945 to 1957.
Break the Bank is a game show created by Richard S. Kline. It aired in syndication from September 16, 1985 to May 23, 1986, with repeats airing until September 12. It was not related to two previous shows by the same name. The series debuted with Gene Rayburn as host, with Joe Farago taking over in December 1985. Kandace Kuehl was the co-host for the first three shows and was then replaced afterward with 1983 Miss USA winner Julie Hayek. Voice-over artist Michael Hanks was the announcer. Break the Bank was the first game show produced under the Kline & Friends production company, with former Barry & Enright director Richard S. Kline the executive producer and director of the series. Other former Barry & Enright staffers, including Gary Cox and D.A. Diana, also worked on this show.
Break the Bank is an American game show created by Jack Barry and Dan Enright and produced by their production company Barry & Enright Productions. It was the first game show produced by Barry and Enright as a tandem since their fall from grace following the 1950s quiz show scandals. The show aired in the spring and summer of 1976 as an ABC daytime series hosted by Tom Kennedy, and in weekly syndication during the 1976–1977 season, hosted by creator-producer Barry.
Break Time Masti Time premiered on Disney Channel India on October 6, 2008. It is an Indian adaption of the Disney Channel Italy original series Quelli dell'intervallo.
The Big Break is the Golf Channel's reality television program. The show's premise is to award an aspiring professional golfer exemptions into selected events on certain tours. The series debuted on October 6, 2003. Currently, the show airs at 9 p.m. Eastern time/6 p.m. Pacific time every Monday or Tuesday. Tom Abbott replaced Vince Cellini as the male host at Big Break Sandals Resorts in the spring of 2010. Stephanie Sparks stayed on as host. Each episode is an hour long, though each season finale is two hours long. The show's chief signature is a giant rock that bears its logo. Until the 11th edition, there was a side rock with the Roman numeral identifying the edition. Now, each show is referred to only by its location.
Kabarkada, Break The Bank is a Philippine game show by Endemol. It was first aired on August 27, 2007 on Studio 23 and is hosted by Mo Twister. The show is a spin-off from ABS-CBN's Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal which is also from Endemol.
Fallout: Nuka Break is a live-action fan-made web series made by Wayside Creations and set in the Fallout video game universe. Its direct setting is derived from both Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. Nuka Break features three main characters, a "Vault dweller, his ghoul companion, and a slave they free from New Vegas". Along with the sets, puppets are used for some of the scenes, along with CGI for the gun battles and other scenes. The series features actor Doug Jones as a guest star, playing Mayor Conners, and voice actor Vic Mignogna as the merchant/narrator. The series was originally conceived as a film titled Fallout: Nuka Break - The Movie, which was released in early 2011 on YouTube. The film was so popular that Wayside Creations, a non-profit made up of "a team of Fallout fans", decided to turn it into a full miniseries, with the first episode being released in September 2011. A second season, funded via Kickstarter, is currently in production.
Spring Break Challenge is a short-lived MTV reality game show spun off from MTV's long-running reality game show, The Challenge. The spin-off series was somewhat cast-contestant dependent on The Challenge in that the Spring Break Challenge used various contestants from the precursor program.. Spring Break Challenge is also cast-contestant dependent on MTV's two flagship reality programs, The Real World and the now cancelled series Road Rules. As with The Challenge, T.J. Lavin was host of Spring Break Challenge. The program aired from March 22, 2010, to March 26, 2010, during spring break in Acapulco, Mexico. This spin-off featured teams of college-aged friends in various challenges of old and new based on previous seasons of The Challenge. The Spring Break Challenge cast was made up of original contestants, as well as alumni from previous seasons of The Real World, Road Rules, and the Fresh Meat challenge serving as coaches.