After Hours (1989–1990)

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An evening entertainment news channel that, on the surface, seemed fairly similar to most others of its kind: stories about the latest celebrity scandals, interviews with rock stars, actors... See full summary »

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1990 | 1989
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An evening entertainment news channel that, on the surface, seemed fairly similar to most others of its kind: stories about the latest celebrity scandals, interviews with rock stars, actors, etc. (although with perhaps a more pronounced leaning toward sexual titilation) . It differed significantly, however, in its pacing. Billed as 'zapless TV' it changed from one story to the next at such a fast pace that viewers would supposedly feel that they were channel surfing without even touching the remote. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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It was sold as "zapless" telelvision. It moved so fast, people zapped it anyway! 8^)
5 December 1998 | by (Toronto, Ontario) – See all my reviews

Hey, I was on it, and thought it was a great idea, but the producers screwed it up. Then tried to rescue it with T&A. Dumb, dumb, dumb. All you producers out there, should remember to have a little more respect and a little less condescension for your viewers. I did have fun going to Paris and London on their dime, though...Thanks Guys!! BTW, Heidi Bohay was amazingly wonderful to work with, the camera crews were great. Overall, a real waste of television time, and it could have easily been a lot smarter and stayed on a lot longer if the producers had spent more time on substance and less on style (which was groundbreaking in its time).


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