- n. a program broadcast by television
“She wore a pair of old blue jeans, a dark T-shirt with the logo of a long-canceled television show across the front, and a pale green bandana.”
“In my early forties, I started doing Barrys Boot Camp, which was featured on the television show The Biggest Loser.”
“A couple of years ago, Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition cover model Petra Nemcova and I did a television show for the Discovery Health Channel called Secrets of Superstar Fitness.”
“LulzSec's home page, which appears to have been created on June 1, plays the theme from the 1970s television show "The Love Boat.”
“Then they get the ultimate up-close experience of being in the audience on a working set while an actual television show is being filmedthe American Gladiators!”
“I got the nickname C.B. several years ago when I was working on a television show in Maui, which is gorgeous—just an absolute paradise!”
“In 1980, on the television show 60 Minutes, Roger Mudd asked Senator Ted Kennedy why he wanted to be president.”
“She was going by the name "Joan Anderson" at the time, and sang it on the CBC television show "Let's Sing Out" on October 4,”
“Kevin Dilmore counts himself as very thankful for the person who tipped him off at age nine, to the fact that Star Trek was a live-action television show before it was a Saturday morning cartoon.”
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