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The Mayor: Courtney Rose Runs For Mayor
The Mayor: Courtney Rose Runs For Mayor

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Brandon Micheal Hall
Courtney Rose
Lea Michele
Valentina Barella
Yvette Nicole Brown
Dina Rose

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Spicks and Specks

1 Season
A music-themed game show where two teams of celebrity guests battle it out for the win. Recurring segments include "Substitute", "Please Please Tell Me Now", "All Shook Up" and "The Final Countdown".
2005 Music, Comedy, Game Show


2 Seasons
A medieval hero fights to win back the love of his life, Madalena, from the evil king who stole her in this musical comedy.
64   Metascore
2015 TVPG Music, Comedy

Sing Your Face Off

1 Season
Celebrities take on the identity of a music-industry icon as they face off in a talent competition.
2014 TVPG Reality, Music, Other

Ruby & the Rockits

1 Season
A teenage girl reconnects with her estranged father, a pop star whose heyday was in the '80s.
59   Metascore
2009 TVPG Music, Comedy, Other

Ozark Jubilee

This country and western musical variety show ran live from Springfield, Missouri, and lasted from January 1955 through September 1960. Aired by ABC and hosted by Grand Old Opry stalwart Red Foley, it served as an unofficial precursor to Hee-Haw by blending country-flavored music and comedy acts. Stars who appeared on the program included Pete Stamper, Porter Wagoner, Webb Pierce, and The Foggy River Boys vocal quartet, though the show's biggest discovery arrived in March 1956, in the form of a preternaturally gifted 11-year-old vocalist named Brenda Lee. It may intrigue country and western fans to know that the series ended not because of low ratings, but because the federal government indicted Foley for tax fraud and forced him to stand trial - a well-publicized development that dramatically cut against the grain of Foley's wholesome image. The network never formally admitted this, however, and instead claimed that it was cancelling the program because it had picked up the Gillette prize fights and wanted to air them on Saturday nights in Jubilee's stead. The program generally lasted an hour, though producers expanded it to 90 minutes from July 1955 through September 1956, and temporarily reduced it to half an hour from June through September of 1957.
1955 Music, Variety Shows

The Johnny Cash Show

1 Season
The Man in Black hosted this series from his own backyard at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Beginning at the height of his popularity (Cash sold more than six million records in 1969), the show featured Mother Maybelle Carter and her daughters (one of whom, June, Cash had married in 1968), and its notable guests included Bob Dylan and Ray Charles. It was retitled 'Johnny Cash and Friends' for a brief summer run in 1976.
1969 Music, Variety Shows, Other

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