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“Click” is the newest of the many reality shows on TV these days. This series is produced by the group that produced the huge hit “America’s Next Top Model”. Aspiring photographers compete against one another as they travel around the world to capture that one great shot. The group of photographers will work with professional models and other high-end professionals to help them on their way to the big prize at the end. The show will not only show these photographers getting what they feel are some of the greatest pictures in the world but along the way they will be competing against each other and will have to overcome some difficult tasks to move on in the competition as well.
Click is an American television game show based around computers and the then-relatively novel medium of the Internet. The youth-oriented series was created by Merv Griffin and hosted by Ryan Seacrest. It aired in syndication from September 6, 1997, to August 1999; reruns aired for several years on Game Show Network.
Click was a Filipino youth-oriented TV series produced and aired by GMA Network from 1999 to 2004. The show jump-started the careers of the several popular young actors and actresses in the Philippines today, such as Richard Gutierrez, Alessandra de Rossi, Angel Locsin, Jake Cuenca, JC de Vera, Jennylyn Mercado, Bianca King and many more. The series is shown every Saturday and was conceived to fill in the void of T.G.I.S. on its timeslot after VIVA withdrew co-productions with GMA.
Click is a Canadian instructional television series which aired on CBC Television in 1962.
Starring AOA's Min Ah as an endearing outcast who turns the heads of Da Won, Ro Woon, Cha Ni and Ju Ho, this interactive choose-your-own-adventure series unites AOA and Neoz trainees in a sweet string of high school romances.
Kids Click is a kids' programme produced by TVB, which is an educational kids program similar to a Sesame Street. Rated Elementary School work. The show began in 17 January, 2000 and ended in 31 December, 2004.
Click Barkada Hunt is a Filipino reality show which served as a pre-programming to its mother program, Click. The show ran for less than a season which sought to introduce the newest batch of Click stars. The show is for the publicity purpose of the parent show, Click, only.
Produced by JL Global Entertainment, Trump Click or Clash is the first interactive Chinese TV Game show shown on SinoVision, a cable TV in New York City, where local Chinese contestants can pair up with famous Asian celebrities and play games.
The Click List: Top 10 Videos is an hour length music video show that airs on the television channel Logo. Viewers vote for their top ten favorite videos at LOGOonline.com and each week the winners are counted down in a new episode. An episode usually includes Indie and big label LGBT artists such as Rufus Wainwright, God-Des, Ari Gold, Deadlee, Scissor Sisters, Naked Highway, and Jonny McGovern. Mainstream artists like Madonna, Hilary Duff, Rihanna, and Justin Timberlake have also made the list. A few special editions of The Click List: Top 10 Videos have aired in the past, including The Click List: Ultimate Madonna Videos and The Click List: Ultimate Comebacks. The videos for Vogue by Madonna and Believe by Cher were voted into the number one spots, respectively.
Click and Clack's As the Wrench Turns is an animated television series that follows the adventures of the brothers Click and Clack from their auto repair shop Car Talk Plaza. The program stars Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as the Tappet Brothers, from National Public Radio's Car Talk. The Wednesday night prime-time series debuted on July 9, 2008, and additionally in various time slots depending on local station scheduling. The series aired its ten-episode season in two-episode blocks for five weeks.
The Click List: Best in Short Film is an anthology series of recent LGBT-themed short film programming on Logo. The series premiered on the channel on March 2, 2006. Each episode is one hour in length and comprises 2 to 5 short films. When the short films air on the channel, they become available to stream on Logo's website. Viewers are then able to rate the films, and the top rated films air in the finale episode. Some of the short films also became available for streaming on mobile carriers as well as for download on sites such as iTunes, AOL, and Amazon. Beginning with Season 2, most of the short films were introduced by the filmmaker, and at the end of the film, a taped closing statement aired during the credits. Additional information on the filmmaker also air during the credits. Several special editions centered around a theme or genre have also aired. These include a "Horror Edition," "Fantasy Edition," and a "NewFest Edition."
A Show of Insane Challenges where Contestants are turned into the ultimate Clickbait.