Actually, there was no "That's Incredible: The Reunion I," though this ABC special was preceded by the That's Incredible Special on May 21, 2002. Be that as it may, Part II again features the hosts of the original reality series That's Incredible, John Davidson, Fran Tarkenton, and Cathy Lee Crosby. And again, the hour-long extravaganza is chock-full of highlights from the earlier series, including a spectacular motorcycle jump, a 2,000-person "chain reaction," smart animal tricks, and heart-tugging pieces on people overcoming handicaps (one of these segments featuring boxer Muhammad Ali).
Shaquille was a 2005 series on ESPN featuring NBA center Shaquille O'Neal. The television show ran six episodes, running before each game of the 2005 Western Conference Finals and before Game One of the NBA Finals. The show ran about 30 minutes.The television show followed O'Neal on and off the court. He discussed his thoughts on former teammate Kobe Bryant, his determination on winning an NBA championship with his first season on the Miami Heat, and more.The ratings of the mini-series were so high that a DVD of the original six episodes was released on January 31, 2006, titled Shaq TV: The Reality Series.