Motor mastermind Richard Rawlings and mechanical prodigy Aaron Kaufman search for forgotten and neglected vintage cars. They need big projects and big profits to keep the doors open at Gas Monkey Garage in Dallas, TX.
Lincoln Loud is an eleven-year-old boy who lives with ten sisters. With the help of his right-hand man Clyde, Lincoln finds new ways to survive in such a large family every day.
MacGruder and Loud is an American crime drama from Aaron Spelling Productions that aired on ABC in 1985. The series stars John Getz and Kathryn Harrold as married police officers Malcolm MacGruder and Jenny Loud in a Los Angeles Police Department-styled police agency. They fought a battle every day to keep it a closely guarded secret from their boss, Sgt. Hanson. Malcolm and Jenny lived in a duplex-type apartment complex where there was a secret door behind the grandfather clock in her apartment, where Malcolm could sneak in and enjoy her company. This was one of the few failures from Aaron Spelling's production company in its history, since it was picked by ABC to debut right after the Super Bowl in 1985 and was heavily promoted during the game. The promotion resulted in high ratings at first, but following a quick decline, the series was cancelled three months into its run, after ranking 40th out of 104 programs that aired that season with an average 15.76 household rating, according to TVTango.com. Because of the frequent commercials during the Super Bowl, the following night Johnny Carson ask rhetorically during his monologue on The Tonight Show: "Did you see that new show, 'Frequent and Loud'?"
Sam Loudermilk is a recovering alcoholic and substance abuse counselor with an extremely bad attitude about, well, everything. He is unapologetically uncensored, and manages to piss off everyone in his life. Although he has his drinking under control, Loudermilk discovers that when your life is a complete mess, getting clean is the easy part.
Due to Jeffrey and Sara’s abnormally large heads and faces, they’re the two noisiest and clumsiest people in the world - much to the dismay of everyone around them!
Stomp Out Loud is a 1997 musical produced by HBO that featured the Brighton, UK and Manhattan-based dance troupe known as Stomp. The film provides footage from performances and also some scenes on the streets. The objects used are a variety from basketballs, broomsticks, and even trash cans. It also has a little dialogue in a few scenes.
Buzz Out Loud, "CNET's podcast of indeterminate length," or BOL, as it is affectionately titled by its fans, was a weekly podcast about technology produced by CNET. The show was hosted by Molly Wood, Brian Tong, and producer Stephen Beacham and various rotating guest hosts. Veronica Belmont co-hosted the show until Friday, July 20, 2007 when she left to work at Mahalo.com. Molly Wood was a daily co-host until Friday, January 16, 2009 when she cut back to once a week. A co-host rotation was instituted until Molly returned as a full-time host on Monday, February 8, 2010. Tom Merritt was also a co-host, but left on Friday, May 14, 2010 to host Tech News Today on TWiT. Buzz Out Loud was named in Apple's iTunes Best of 2008 under 'Classic Audio Podcasts.' It was announced on episode 1586 that the final show would air on Thursday, April 5, 2012. The final show, episode 1588, titled "Loved the Show", brought together the current hosts and producer, Molly Wood, Brian Tong and Stephen Beacham, as well as original hosts, co-hosts and friends, including Tom Merritt, Veronica Belmont, Jason Howell, Rafe Needleman and Donald Bell.
Laugh Out Loud was a weekly comedy gag show that aired Saturday nights on ABS-CBN hosted by Luis Manzano who is well known for his character as Roldan in Komiks Presents: Flash Bomba.
Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufman (Fast N' Loud) take time off from the garage to share some of the craziest video clips ever, featuring everything from crazy stunts gone wrong and unbelievable dash cam footage to freak accidents and spectacular pranks. They'll even bring along special guests, including those featured in the actual videos.
Loudmouths is a daily sports debate show on SportsNet New York hosted by Chris Carlin and Adam Schein. This show is similar to Pardon the Interruption, another sports show that airs daily on ESPN. It is the third show in the New York Sports Local on SNY. The show is presented by Citi and Geico. The show is preceded by The WheelHouse and is succeeded by Mets Pre-Game Live unless if there is a Mets game on later in the day.
The the rise and fall of Fox News founder Roger Ailes, focusing primarily on the past decade in which Ailes arguably became the Republican Party’s de facto leader, while flashing back to defining events in his life.