As Chicago gears up for its annual Thanksgiving Day parade, Emily Jones, an eager parade coordinator is shocked when Henry Williams, a wealthy new development consultant, is brought in to analyze the parade's finances.
There is a place after death that’s neither heaven nor hell. A bar that serves you one chance to win. You cannot leave until the game is over, and when it is, your life may be too. From Studio Madhouse (Death Note, Black Lagoon) comes a thrilling new series where the stakes are high and the rules are simple: your life is on the line.
Parade is a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television from 1959 to 1964.
The story of a love triangle between a conservative English aristocrat, his mean socialite wife and a young suffragette in the midst of World War I and a Europe on the brink of profound change.
Your Hit Parade is an American radio and television music program that was broadcast from 1935 to 1955 on radio, and seen from 1950 to 1959 on television. It was sponsored by American Tobacco's Lucky Strike cigarettes. During this 24-year run, the show had 19 orchestra leaders and 52 singers or groups. Many listeners and viewers casually referred to the show with the incorrect title The Hit Parade. When the show debuted, there was no agreement as to what it should be called. The press referred to it in a variety of ways, with the most common being "Hit Parade," "The Hit Parade," and even "The Lucky Strike Hit Parade". The program's title was not officially changed to "Your Hit Parade" until November 9, 1935 Each Saturday evening, the program offered the most popular and bestselling songs of the week. The earliest format involved a presentation of the top 15 songs. Later, a countdown with fanfares led to the top three finalists, with the number one song for the finale. Occasional performances of standards and other favorite songs from the past were known as "Lucky Strike Extras."
The Hit Parade was an early Australian television series which aired on HSV-7 from 1956 to 1959. It is often mentioned in books discussing Australian television of the 1950s.
Swallows Parade was an Australian television series, for which there is little information on the Internet. Hosted by Doug Elliot aired on Melbourne station HSV-7, and is described as being a talent show, and is notable as one of the first such shows produced for Australian television. It aired at 8:30PM on Saturdays during 1957. During this period, the same station broadcast another, longer-lived talent show, titled Stairway to the Stars, which ran from 1956 to 1958. Although HSV-7 was likely making at least some use of kinescope recording by 1957, it is not known if any such recordings of exist of Swallows Parade or Stairway to the Stars. A later Swallow's-sponsored talent contest, a special from 1959 that was hosted by Bert Newton, exists as a 16mm kinescope recording.
Starparade is a West German music television programme, which aired on ZDF from March 14, 1968 to June 5, 1980, and was hosted by Rainer Holbe, along with James Last and his orchestra who founded his world-wide success on the show.
MGM Parade is the title of a documentary television series produced by the MGM studio and broadcast by the ABC network during the 1955-56 season on Wednesdays at 8:30pm, under the alternate sponsorship of American Tobacco, and General Foods. Hosted by George Murphy, Walter Pidgeon and other MGM stars, the series went into the MGM vaults to offer segments extracted from such past productions as Good News and The Pirate; in December, a condensed edition of the 1938 version of A Christmas Carol was presented for the first time on television. Exploring the inner workings of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's studios, it featured interviews with prominent MGM actresses and actors to promote current and upcoming releases. The program also presented edited "selected short subjects" from the studio's library. After Walter Pidgeon became the host, the format was slightly altered to include edited multi-part versions of "classic" MGM feature films, including Captains Courageous and The Pirate, as well as a biography of Greta Garbo.
Theatre Parade was a British television programme, one of the world's very first regular series, broadcast by the BBC Television Service from its inception during 1936 until 1938. The programme presented excerpts from popular London theatre productions of the time performed by the theatre cast from the BBC's studios at Alexandra Palace. Among the notable productions included in the strand were the first ever television presentations of Lewis Carroll's famous works Alice Through the Looking-Glass and Alice in Wonderland. The very first television adaptation of an Agatha Christie story was a production in this strand with two transmissions of Wasp's Nest on 18 June 1937. As with all television programmes of the time, the shows were performed live, and no visual record other than still photographs exists now.
Zoo Parade is an American television program broadcast from 1950 to 1957 that featured animals from the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. The program's host was Marlin Perkins, the Zoo's director. Perkins went on to host the program Wild Kingdom. Jim Wehmeyer has described the show: "A precursor of sorts to the regularly featured animal segments on The Tonight Show and other late-night talk shows, Zoo Parade was a location-bound production during which Perkins would present and describe the life and peculiarities of Lincoln Park Zoo animals." Marcel LaFollette has written, "Production approaches that are now standard practice on NOVA and the Discovery Channel derive, in fact, from experimentation by television pioneers like Lynn Poole and Don Herbert and such programs as Adventure, Zoo Parade, Science in Action, and the Bell Telephone System’s science specials. These early efforts were also influenced by television’s love of the dramatic, refined during its first decade and continuing to shape news and public affairs programming, as well as fiction and fantasy, today." The show won a Peabody Award in 1951, and was nominated for Emmy Awards four times.
America's Thanksgiving Parade, is an annual American parade held on Thanksgiving Day in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The tradition started in the city in 1924 by the J.L. Hudson Company department store. It shares the title for the second-oldest Thanksgiving parade in the United States with the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, New York and is four years younger than the 6abc Dunkin' Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Toronto Santa Claus Parade is a Santa Claus parade held annually in mid-November in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. More than a half million people attend the parade every year. The parade starts at 12:30pm and ends approximately 3:30pm. Television coverage begins at 1:30pm and re-broadcasts again after 4pm following the end of the parade.
Fashions on Parade is an American fashion-themed television series that aired on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network Fridays at 8pm EST from November 4, 1948 to April 24, 1949, then broadcast on ABC from April 27 to June 29, 1949. The show was hosted by Adelaide Hawley Cumming beginning on local DuMont stations on February 5, 1948.