The series uses “mockumentary” techniques to depict the fictional, reality television-style adventures of enthusiastic professional critic Forrest MacNeil, who hosts a TV show called "Review" in which he engages in any life experience his viewers ask him to, to find out if that life experience “is any good”. Afterward, Forrest formally rates each life experience in-studio, on a one-to-five-star scale. However, Forrest's compulsive curiosity and uncompromising commitment to the show unexpectedly backfire in ways that increasingly destroy his life as he is requested to review 'stealing', 'drug addiction', 'being a racist', 'getting divorced', 'getting revenge', and 'running from the law.
The most popular meme review show in the world. Hosted by PewDiePie.
Sports Review was an early British television programme, produced by the BBC and broadcast by their BBC Television Service during the late 1930s. It was the first regular sports programme to be transmitted by television. The programme was presented by Howard Marshall, who was a well known BBC radio presenter, and transmitted once per month. Each edition would endure for twenty minutes and featured Marshall reviewing notable sporting events that had occurred during the past month and interviewing sportsmen and women. Film clips from relevant sporting events would also be shown. The first episode was shown on 30 April 1937, and the series continued until the suspension of the BBC Television Service for the duration of World War II during September 1939. The programme was not reinstated upon the resumption of the service during 1946. As the editions were all transmitted live from the BBC's Alexandra Palace studios, and the BBC did not have any professional method of recording broadcasts at the time, nothing survives of the series in the archives, except for some still photographs.
Review Philippines is an English language news program produced by GMA Network. The newscast is anchored by veteran newscaster Mike Enriquez who also became the news anchor of the English-language news program GMA Network News. It was first aired on June 2005 over GMA Pinoy TV. The program also began to air on the network's sister station last August 11, 2007. It is aired every Sunday 11:00 to 12 midnight. However, Since 2008 The Program Is No longer shown on Q and GMA Pinoy TV.
Hilariocity Review is a series hosted by Chris Stuckmann that focuses on the most unintentionally hilarious movies.
The Film Review is a 10 minute film related programme shown on BBC News each Friday evening at 17:45. It reviews three new films each week. The programme's expert film critic is usually Mark Kermode, though others do stand in. The programme is part of the BBC News at Five with Huw Edwards which is shown on BBC News and is usually presented by Gavin Esler, Emily Maitlis or Julian Worricker. The programme is usually repeated again later in the evening at 21:45. The programme was re-named The Film Review on 22 March 2013, following BBC News' move to Broadcasting House.
The Review Show is a British discussion programme dedicated to the arts which airs on Friday evenings at 11:00pm on BBC Two. The programme features a panel of guests who review the week's developments in the world of the arts and culture.
World Business Review is an American television infomercial series that has been criticized for attempting to appear as a bona fide independent news program. The show typically features "executives of mostly little-known companies" talking about their products and services. The infomercial series purchases airtime in North America. The infomercial is formatted as a panel discussion in combination with segments about specific companies and their solutions. Supporting material and commentary is "provided" by leading industry experts from companies that have paid to participate in the program. The series has aired more than one thousand episodes and more than 4,000 interviews.
Financial Review Sunday is an Australian business news television program produced by the Nine Network, in partnership with Fairfax Media. It currently airs on the Nine Network at 10:00am after Weekend Today. It is hosted by Deborah Knight. Eddy Meyer is the Reporter. Various journalists from the Australian Financial Review also contribute stories and interviews. Joe Aston features as the Rear Window segment presenter. It first aired on 5 May 2013. It is sponsored by Westpac and CPA Australia.
Review with Myles Barlow is an Australian satirical black comedy television series which screened on Thursday nights on ABC2 and Friday nights on ABC 1. The series began screening on 16 October 2008. It is co-written and directed by Trent O'Donnell and also co-written by Phil Lloyd. It is produced by Starchild Productions. The first series comprised six half-hour episodes and the second series a further six half-hour episodes. Episodes were made available for download on the ABC website. Series 1 episodes have been available to watch on-demand on YouTube. Series 2 began airing on ABC2 on 22 July 2010 and finished on 26 August 2010. A Christmas special was broadcast on ABC1 on 22 December 2010, with a speculative third series. Series 1 and 2 are available for viewing in the US via Hulu Plus.
New York Week in Review is a weekly broadcast public television program covering New York State government and politics. Like national PBS show Washington Week in Review, it features a round table of reporters as weekly guests like Elizabeth Benjamin and James Odato of the Albany Times-Union. Unlike its sister New York State weekly politics show, Inside Albany, it used the standard of panel of local political pundits.
The Johns Hopkins Science Review is a US television series about science that was produced at Johns Hopkins University from 1948-1955. Starting in 1950, the series aired on the DuMont Television Network until the network's demise in 1955. The series' creator was Lynn Poole, who wrote or co-wrote most of its episodes and acted as the on-camera host. In 2002, Patrick Lucanio and Gary Coville wrote that, "In retrospect, Lynn Poole created one of those unique series that allowed television to fulfill its idealized mission as both an educational and an entertainment medium." The original series was followed by three related series produced by Poole at Johns Hopkins University: Tomorrow, Tomorrow's Careers, and Johns Hopkins File 7. Johns Hopkins University ended its production of television series in 1960.