Zumba Blitz features three intense 20-Minute workouts that challenge your entire body! The perfect DVD for cardio lovers on-the-go! Fit “getting fit” into your schedule. Zumba Charge (20 min): Straight from our Super Cardio Dance Party DVD, this 20-Minute workout adds short Cardio Burst Intervals to traditional Zumba steps, giving you a better total-body workout in less time! Zumba Power Up (20 min): See what the interval-training buzz is about with Zumba Power Up! Using easy-to-follow Cardio Burst Intervals, this additional 20-Minute workout from Super Cardio Dance Party promises fast results! Zumba Bursts (20 min): Maximize the calorie-torching power of Zumba by adding short 30-second Cardio Burst Intervals to your workout while you dance along to the hottest international rhythms!
Flash Forward was a Disney Channel Original Series produced in Canada for pre-teens and teenagers which aired on both the Disney Channel and ABC from 1996-1997. The show took a look at the lives of two best friends and neighbors since birth, Tucker and Rebecca, and their respective adventures as they travel through the world of eighth grade. The show was produced by Atlantic Films in association with the Disney Channel. Flash Forward is notable for being the first original series created by Disney Channel.
Backyard Blitz was an Logie Award winning Australian lifestyle and DIY television program that aired on the Nine Network between 2000 through to 2007 before its cancellation. It was hosted by Jamie Durie and was produced by Don Burke. The show featured a very similar premise to the show Ground Force, in which a team of gardeners employed by the show descend on a supposedly worthy individual's place and improve the garden for the cameras within a specified time limit. This similarity in fact led to legal action being taken by the rival Seven Network who at the time was set to debut an Australian version of Ground Force. The show like many of its other lifestyle brethren was mainly watched by older viewers and was widely derided by younger viewers and television critics. However it was a strong ratings performer. On 14 November 2006 Backyard Blitz was axed by the Nine Network after seven years on air. Don Burke, whose own show Burke's Backyard was broadcast by Nine for nearly 18 years before it was axed in 2004, said his production company was "quite shocked by this decision". In mid-2007 Nine aired the six remaining unaired episodes that were filmed before the show was cancelled. In 2008, it aired a spin-off show Domestic Blitz hosted by Shelley Craft and Scott Cam
Sportz Blitz is a weekly live interactive sports talk television show broadcast across central Alabama. The show originates in Alexander City, Alabama from the studios of WAXC-LD and is simulcast on WKGA 97.5 FM radio in east central Alabama. The show is carried by WAXC in the Alexander City/Lake Martin area, WOTM-LP in the Birmingham market, and WETU-LP in the Montgomery market. The show is not affiliated with Sportz Blitz media networks and companies in Australia.
The Blitz, which debuted on the first day of the 2005 NFL season, airs on ESPNEWS, mainly during the NFL season on Sundays, from 1:00pm ET to 10:00pm ET. This program is currently on hiatus.
Domestic Blitz is an Australian lifestyle and DIY television series that originally aired on the Nine Network from 18 May 2008 to 18 April 2010. The series is based on the format of Backyard Blitz, which had previously aired on the Nine Network, and generally occupied its same former timeslot of Sunday 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Rather than rewarding nominated candidates with solely a garden makeover though, Domestic Blitz introduced the element of house renovations as well. The series also exhibits similarities to the American television series Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in that the candidates either come from a disadvantaged background, or include someone with a terminal illness. The series was hosted by Scott Cam and Shelley Craft, with Cam having previously been the resident builder on Backyard Blitz, and featured a design team of Chontelle Samios and Joel Hurrey, as well as Richard Reid as the family guide. There were also occasional celebrity guests, notably singers Michael Bublé, Pink and wrestler Dave Batista. Although the regular series ended in 2010, a television special featuring the contestants from The Block 2012 aired on 8 July 2012 on the Nine Network. Cam was joined in hosting the special by former Backyard Blitz host and counterpart Jamie Durie. A second television special featuring the contestants of The Block 2013 will air on 4 August 2013.
When a bolt of lightening crashes through a police crime lab, a mix of electrically charged substances bathes chemist Barry Allen, transforming him into the fastest man alive--The Flash.
All-Star Blitz is an American game show that aired on ABC from April 8 to December 20, 1985, with reruns airing on the USA Network from March 31 to December 26, 1986. Peter Marshall was the host and John Harlan was the announcer for the series, which was produced by Merrill Heatter Productions, in association with Peter Marshall Enterprises.
Najica: Blitz Tactics is an anime television series by Studio Fantasia. It premiered across Japan between October 4, 2001 and December 27, 2001. The show is similar to that of Agent Aika—both being directed by Katsuhiko Nishijima and animated by Studio Fantasia—with much of the same content. Though Najica was later adapted into a manga by Takuya Tashiro, the majority of the difference in content were in the context of the missions and especially the ending.
Documentary series examining the effects of individual bombs that fell during the Blitz, from their initial impact on individual lives right through to their consequences for World War Two and the present day.
Wolf Blitzer Reports was an afternoon/early evening newscast on CNN hosted by Wolf Blitzer that first aired on December 8, 2000 and last aired on August 5, 2005. The program focused on the day's top news, live interviews with top newsmakers and live debriefs with CNN correspondents around the United States and the world. When it ended in 2005, it was replaced by Blitzer's new two-hour show, The Situation Room.
Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer was a Sunday talk show hosted by Wolf Blitzer on CNN and broadcast around the world by CNN International. The show's slogan was The last word in Sunday talk and comments made on the show were often featured in the following Monday's news headlines. The show, launched on October 3, 1993, was moderated by Frank Sesno until January 11, 1998, and by Wolf Blitzer from January 18, 1998 to January 11, 2009. The program aired at 11:00 AM ET and thus was the last of the Sunday talk shows to air in most East Coast markets, hence the name "Late Edition.". On December 8, 2008, CNN announced that the show would end the following month to make way for a new 4 hour news block hosted by John King. The final "Late Edition" with Wolf Blitzer aired on January 11, 2009. The new newsblock, called State of the Union with John King, began airing on January 18, 2009.