WWE Raw is a professional wrestling television program that currently airs live on Monday evenings on the USA Network in the United States. The show debuted on January 11, 1993. WWE Raw moved from the USA Network to TNN in September, 2000 and then to Spike TV in August, 2003 when TNN was rebranded. On October 3, 2005 WWE Raw returned to the USA Network. Since its first episode, WWE Raw has broadcast live from 203 different arenas in 169 cities and towns in ten different nations. As of the show's 1,000th episode, airing on July 23, 2012, WWE Raw has become a three-hour broadcast from two-hours, a format that had previously been reserved for special episodes.
The lives and loves of the young staff who work in a successful Dublin restaurant and the intense friendships and bitter rivalries that blossom in the heat of the kitchen.
Series revolving around community youth radio station 99.9 Raw FM and the young people who run it.
UK Raw was a late-night studio show, concerning real people and their fetishes. Subjects include a naked magician, a bondage nightclub and a man who has invented a flatulence gauge. 17 episodes of UK Raw were produced for UK television channel Five.
Raw Power is a weekly Heavy Metal/Rock Music television programme, with connections to Raw magazine, and produced by Music Box Ltd, which aired in Britain on ITV from 1990 until 1993. The name was eventually changed to Noisy Mothers which aired Nationwide in 1994 and 1995 and the format of the show changed. The show was axed in late 1995, to make way for an overhaul of scheduling.
Disney's Raw Toonage is a half-hour Disney animated cartoon series that aired on the CBS network in the fall of 1992.
Shatner's Raw Nerve is a TV program on The Biography Channel. In it, William Shatner sits down with various celebrities and conducts offbeat interviews with them. Some celebrities who have appeared are Tim Allen, Drew Carey, Kelsey Grammer, Walter Koenig, Rush Limbaugh, Judith Sheindlin, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Jenna Jameson, and Leonard Nimoy. It is produced by Scott Sternberg Productions.
Anthony Bourdain joins The Balvenie to celebrate some of America’s most talented and dedicated craftspeople. From hand-tailored suits to cast iron skillets, Raw Craft is an online film series documenting the lives and works of the committed individuals at the forefront of the American craft movement.
The Raw Sessions is an Irish interactive music television programme broadcast on RTÉ Two in 2009. The country's first ever rockumentary series, it is presented by Dez Ryan and follows the attempts of eight musical acts to write and record an original composition in the space of twelve hours. It is produced by Lotus Media. The Raw Sessions commenced broadcast on 12 May 2009. Episodes are broadcast late on Tuesday nights and repeated late on Saturday nights. Each week the two recorded tracks are made available for download, with downloads counting towards the Irish Singles Chart. Tracks were recorded in destinations such as Sun Studios in Temple Bar, Dublin, Windmill Lane Studios on Ringsend Road, Dublin, and Grouse Lodge in County Westmeath. There was also a celebrity episode which featured more established musicians recording a cover version for charity. Eight acts took part in the show. These were Dirty Epics, Hoarsebox, The Infomatics, Majella Murphy, Noise Control, R.S.A.G., Sickboy and Sweet Jane. The four acts which made it to the semi-finals recorded a track at Grouse Lodge. The top three from that vote progressed to the final at the Button Factory in Dublin.
Rugby League Raw was a regional BBC Sport television programme featuring rugby league action and behind-the-scenes footage from the National Leagues play-offs. The series began in 2000 as a regional programme on Yorkshire Television and switched to the BBC in 2004. The programme was narrated by Mark Chapman, and later, Tony Livesey, with match commentary from Dave Woods, David Oates and John Helm. The documentary-style programme picked up two Royal Television Society awards and several nominations. Rugby League Raw was broadcast in the BBC's North East & Cumbria, Yorkshire & North Midlands, East Yorkshire & Lincolnshire and North West regions and attracted over 400,000 viewers, despite its late night timeslot. The series can also be viewed online or downloaded using BBC iPlayer in the UK. The 2007 series was the last to be made as Sky Sports began to show National League rugby.
Documentary series following a batch of fresh-faced teenage recruits going through the British Army's basic training.
Rawhide is an American Western series starring Eric Fleming and Clint Eastwood that aired for eight seasons on the CBS network on Friday nights, from January 9, 1959 to September 3, 1965, before moving to Tuesday nights from September 14, 1965 until January 4, 1966, with a total of 217 black-and-white episodes. The series was produced and sometimes directed by Charles Marquis Warren, who also produced early episodes of Gunsmoke. Spanning seven and a half years, Rawhide was the fifth-longest-running American television Western, exceeded only by eight years of Wagon Train, nine years of The Virginian, fourteen years of Bonanza, and twenty years of Gunsmoke.
Lockup explore prison facilities throughout the United States, profiling notable inmates, incidents, and prison operations.
A Canadian hour-long music documentary series with each episode telling a story of one artist or band making it work in the music business, exploring in depth a central theme surrounding them.
Richard Rawlings and his team travel the country helping struggling shop owners. In each episode, Rawlings takes over a shop as he works to revamp and revitalize the enterprise.
Young Americans is an American television drama. The show explores themes of forbidden love, morality, social classes and gender roles.