Spot, the ever-curious, always-adorable puppy, embarks on a fun and song-filled journey of discovery as he explores the world around him -- in one exciting adventure after another! Featuring 13 charming stories, each with a catchy song, to celebrate everything from making breakfast, to brushing teeth and taking a bath, to cleaning up and even putting on a show with friends! Spot looks to life and everything in it with the same joy and wonder as a preschool child. And now, after added educational value after each animated story, your child will learn along to live-action vignettes featuring curious preschoolers just like yours!
Rooster Teeth Productions' official weekly game show that pits two Rooster Teeth teams against each other and “on the spot” to earn points.
G-Spot is a Canadian adult comedy television series. The show debuted on The Movie Network and Movie Central on April 25, 2005 and ran for two seasons until April 3, 2006, and is also seen on the Showcase and E! network. The show is executive produced by, written by and stars Brigitte Bako. A third season began airing in 2009 with eight new episodes.
On the Spot is a short series which aired during 2003 on the WB Television Network. The show was a mixture of scripted sketches and improvisational comedy.
Spot On was a New Zealand Children's Television series which aired between in 1973 and 1988. The format was a weekly show with three presenters, based on the format of the UK show Blue Peter. Commonly one presenter was replaced each year. The show was produced by TVNZ at their Dunedin studios except for the final two seasons produced at the TVNZ Studio 4 facility in Christchurch.
On the Spot is a BBC National Lottery game show that was broadcast on BBC One from 29 July 2000 to 2 September 2000. The programme was hosted by Des O'Connor.
On the Spot is an American weekly syndicated television series that debuted in September 2011. The series is produced and distributed by Bellum Entertainment Group.
On the Spot was the first television series made specifically for TV by the National Film Board of Canada, which aired on CBC Television for two seasons from 1953 to 1954. Each episode reported on a different aspect of life in Canada. The series was originated by Bernard Devlin. Series segments were produced with a three-person crew: a director, cameraman and on-screen host, usually Fred Davis.The series debuted on October 6, 1953, at 7:45 pm and ran until June 30, 1954 for a total of 39 episodes. Episodes were initially 15 minutes in length. However, the NFB asked the CBC to increase the time slot to 30 minutes for the second season. The series changed time slots frequently, playing as late as 11:45 pm on Monday nights before going to Sundays at 4:30 pm. The second season aired on Sundays at 10 pm. Cancelled after the 26 episodes of the second season, On the Spot was replaced by Perspective, a 30-minute show that mixed documentary reports and dramatizations on contemporary Canadian issues.
On the Spot was an American game show produced by and broadcast on KGW-TV in Portland, Oregon as a daily series from September 1984 to October 1988. Newscaster Larry Blackmar was host, while local disc-jockey Michael Bailey announced. The series was based on an original concept created by Douglas K. Vernon, who at the time was a videotape editor for KGW.
Viewers ask their craziest science questions, then it’s up to Gus Sorola and Chris Demarais to match wits with evolutionary biologist Sally Le Page in search of an answer. No science theory is too dumb, but someone on this panel probably is. (It's Chris.)
In the small bordertown of Villefranche, lost in the heart of a large forest, crime rate is six times higher than elsewhere in the area. Each new crime Major Laurène Weiss solves with the help of her unusual team makes her sink deeper and deeper into secrets of the area.