After being cut from the USA softball team and feeling a bit past her prime, Lisa finds herself evaluating her life and in the middle of a love triangle, as a corporate guy in crisis competes with her current, baseball-playing beau.
See life through the eyes of Dino, Ben, and Jonathan -- three teens experiencing the joys and pains of growing up. Although different in many ways, these guys have one main thing in common -- women. Together, their attitudes about women are challenged, and they discover there's more to life than meets the eye.
It's Like, You Know... is an American situation comedy television series broadcast by ABC, starring Jennifer Grey, Evan Handler, Steven Eckholdt, A. J. Langer and Chris Eigeman, about life in Los Angeles viewed through the eyes of a diehard New Yorker, Arthur Garment. The series aired for two seasons, from March 24, 1999 until January 5, 2000.
The Whitest Kids U' Know is an American sketch comedy troupe and television program of the same name. The group consists of Trevor Moore, Zach Cregger, Sam Brown, Timmy Williams and Darren Trumeter, though other actors occasionally appear in their sketches. They were accepted into the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in 2006 and won the award for Best Sketch Group.
Dr. Know is a program dedicated to debunking various rumours and popular misconceptions in the realm of personal health. The show featured Dr. Paul Trotman, a New Zealand physician in fields such as internal medicine and obstetrics/gynecology, who is described by one reviewer as a "medical myth buster". The show aired in 20 parts as a half-hour format on The Discovery Health Channel. In 2008, the series began airing on Science Channel. It is filmed in and around Washington, D.C.
The Know is an Australian talk show on Max. The pop culture show features Yumi Stynes, musician Jimmy Barnes and actress Lisa Hensley as the main show hosts along with former Machine Gun Fellatio keyboardist, Chit Chat Von Loopin Stab. The show discusses and reviews movies, music, television and the creative arts.
You Don't Know Jack was a short-lived game show based on the bestselling computer game series of the same name that aired on ABC in the summer of 2001. Paul Reubens, best known for his role as Pee-wee Herman on Pee-wee's Playhouse, played host Troy Stevens. Tom Gottlieb reprised his role as Cookie Masterson, who was the announcer. The show lasted only six episodes, and was replaced by The Wayne Brady Show.
I Didn't Know That is a documentary television show hosted by British industrial scientists Richard Ambrose and Jonny Phillips. Since 2006, 30 episodes and a "DIY Green" special have been made. A new series is not expected as the National Geographic Channel has made other science programmes. In some episodes, the hosts nearly kill themselves in order to prove certain theories or to finish a dangerous experiment. In a certain episode section "Fact of Fiction", the show hosts seem to promote dowsing as an actual science.
Need to Know is an American public television news program produced by WNET, and broadcast weekly on all Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) affiliate-stations in the United States. It aired from May 2010 until June 2013. PBS stated that the show was intended to fill the public-affairs and "hard"/investigative news void left by both the one-hour Bill Moyers Journal, and the cancelled, half-hour NOW on PBS. Both departing shows had been long-running, highly rated, and critically acclaimed for their journalistic quality, and focus on issues that deeply impacted regular Americans' lives, yet went largely ignored by commercial TV news outlets. "NTK" branded itself the "TV and Web newsmagazine [that] gives you what you need to know." PBS had described the show as “a multi-platform current affairs news magazine, uniting broadcast and web in an innovative approach to newsgathering and reporting”. Initially, it was co-hosted by Alison Stewart; and, journalist, author, and then-Newsweek magazine editor-in-chief Jon Meacham. Later, the show was hosted by one journalist who presented pre-taped correspondent pieces, then asked follow-up questions of the correspondent, in-studio. A short segment followed, in which a prominent person reflected on a difference-making period from his or her past.
Know Your Sport is an Irish sports quiz show produced by RTÉ between 8 October 1987 and 1 April 1998. The show was presented by George Hamilton and featured Jimmy Magee and Mary Hogan as scorekeeper. Rounds of questions included the "specialist subject", "great moment in sport", "mystery guest" and "buzzer" rounds. In 2009 an appeal to re-introduce the show to RTÉ's schedule gathered support on networking website, Facebook.
It's Not What You Know was a game show, hosted by Chris Tarrant, which aired on the British digital TV channel Challenge from 28 April to 6 June 2008. The show was unusual as Challenge tends to air repeats of classic game shows that were originally commissioned by other broadcasters, very rarely producing original content. This game show also claimed to be the first ever show where people could win money by not answering any of the questions on the show correctly.
You Don't Know Women is a television drama series from South Korea starring Kim Ji-ho, Go Se-won and Im Ho. The morning soap opera aired on SBS on Mondays to Fridays at 8:40 a.m. from August 2 to December 31, 2010 for 109 episodes.
I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant is an American documentary television series on Discovery Fit & Health and TLC. The series debuted on May 26, 2009 on Discovery Fit & Health. Each episode features two or more women who were unaware that they were pregnant until they went into labor. Generally, the subjects' reasons for not recognizing pregnancy include: ⁕Mistaking the symptoms for some other condition ⁕Believing they were infertile, and thus not considering pregnancy a possible cause of symptoms ⁕Not having any of the "traditional" symptoms ⁕Being on birth control and having 100% belief in it ⁕Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy being misinterpreted as a period ⁕False negative pregnancy tests
What Darwin Didn't Know is a documentary show on BBC Four presented by Armand Marie Leroi which charts the progress in the field of Evolutionary Theory since the original publication of 'On the Origin of Species' in 1859.
The More You Know is a series of Emmy Award-winning public service announcements broadcast on the NBCUniversal family of channels in the United States and other locations. These PSAs are broadcast regularly during NBC's programming in primetime, late night, and Saturday morning. The spots feature personalities from various NBC shows. Tom Brokaw was the first person to do a The More You Know spot; it aired on NBC in September 1989. The first 'comet trail' star logo was created by Paul Johnson on an animation stand using a slit scan technique at R/Greenberg Associates in Manhattan. They were later updated using three-dimensional computer graphics. In 2010 and 2011, US President Barack Obama participated in the campaign, encouraging parents to be more involved in their children's education. Several past presidents have also participated, including President Bill Clinton and President George H. W. Bush. "El Poder de Saber" is The More You Know's sister campaign on Telemundo. While the other U.S. broadcast networks have similar campaigns, namely CBS Cares and ABC's A Better Community, The More You Know is likely the most well known.
It was hosted by Bennett Cerf.