Most Popular "Show Host" Titles
1. So You Think You Can Dance (2005– )
TV-PG | 60 min | Game-Show, Music, Reality-TV
Dancers skilled in everything from ballroom and ballet to salsa, jive, hip-hop and krumping, all compete to be named the best. Dancers must impress the judges with their moves and rigorous ... See full summary »
2. Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985–1989)
22 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Updated remakes of classic stories from Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955) and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962), originally produced by the Master of Suspense. His original opening bits are colorized for re-use here.
4. Night Visions (2001– )
43 min | Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
Night Visions is an anthology series similar to The Twilight Zone - some tales are supernatural, others are just commentaries on twisted human nature. Each hour episode is made up of two half-hour episodes aired back-to-back.
5. Solo Sunny (1980)
100 min | Drama, Music
Sunny is the singer of band trying to establish itself in the music-scene of East-Berlin. They play regular gigs in small towns, but Sunny feels out of touch with the audience and her life ... See full summary »
8. Sleuth 101 (2010– )
30 min | Comedy, Crime, Game-Show
A comic plays detective to solve a murder. The "detective" inspects the crime scene, then interrogates each suspect. Actors play the suspects, while the host relays the results of the ... See full summary »
So You Think You Can Dance (2005– )
Auditions #1 and #2
TV-PG | Game-Show, Music, Reality-TV
The seventh season premiere of "So You Think You Can Dance" took us to New York City to kick off a season that will see just 10 dancers make it to the live shows.
New judge Mia Michaels ... See full synopsis »
Amazing Stories (1985–1987)
Not Rated | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Public-relations man Joe Willoughby thinks that promoting the Miss Stardust beauty pageant will be a snap, until "Cabbage Man," a representative from outer space, arrives and contends he ... See full summary »
So You Think You Can Dance Canada (2008– )
Auditions begin in Toronto. Each dancer gets 60 seconds to impress the judges.