The Musical is a 2011 South Korean television series starring Ku Hye-sun, Choi Daniel, Park Ki-woong, Ock Joo-hyun and Kim Eun-se. It aired on SBS from September 2 to December 23, 2011 on Fridays at 22:00 for 15 episodes. Filming began in July 2010, and the series was pre-produced before airing. One of the location shoots took place in Broadway, New York City.
This six part documentary miniseries presents the evolution of the Broadway musical from its inception in 1893 to current day 2004. It presents those influential players both on stage and behind the scenes, as well as a variety of influential Broadway shows, a handful which are known to have transformed the musical into what the audience knows it to be today.
High School Musical: Get in the Picture was a reality-based TV series, which debuted July 20, 2008 on the television channel ABC. Stan Carrizosa was named the winner on September 8, 2008. Tierney Chamberlain was the runner-up. The series was an spin-off of the popular Disney High School Musical franchise. Nick Lachey is the series host. The Faculty were Jen Malenke, Regina Williams, Tiana Brown, Rob Adler, Chris Prinzo, and Montre Burton. Guest appearances and finale judging by Kenny Ortega. The show conducted a nationwide talent hunt followed by a group of contestants undergoing training to hone their skills.
Musical Chairs was a short-lived NBC game show that ran from July 9 to September 17, 1955; The host was Bill Leyden and the series featured voice actor Mel Blanc, composer Johnny Mercer, and orchestra leader Bobby Troup as regular panelists. Troup's band, the Troup Group, provided the music for the series, often with the assistance of the Cheerleaders singing group or members of the panel itself. The show was a summer replacement series on NBC after a successful two-year run in Los Angeles.
Musical Moods was a Canadian music television series which aired on CBC Television in 1958.
Musical Chairs is a game show that aired from June 16 to October 31, 1975 on CBS. Singer Adam Wade hosted, making him the first African-American game show host. Wade was pedigreed, having had three Billboard top ten hits in 1961. The series was recorded at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, currently the home of The Late Show with David Letterman tapes and sportscaster Pat Hernon was the announcer. The series aired at 4:00 PM against NBC's Somerset and ABC's Money Maze; it was not successful in the ratings against that competition. Usually appearing on each episode were guest singers and musical groups, among them The Tokens, The Spinners, and Sister Sledge as well as up and coming singers and stars such as Alaina Reed, Kelly Garrett, Jane Olivor, and Irene Cara.
Musical Merry-Go-Round is a NBC TV series which aired from July 25, 1947 to 1949. The series featured live music performances.
Freaknik: The Musical is a musical television special produced by T-Pain. It features the voice of T-Pain as the Ghost of Freaknik, as well as the voices of entertainers such as Lil Wayne, Young Cash, Snoop Dogg, Sophia Fresh, and Rick Ross, and comedians such as Andy Samberg and Charlie Murphy who provide additional voices. It was scheduled to air on Cartoon Network's late night programming block Adult Swim sometime in 2009, but after several push-backs, it premiered on March 7, 2010. The musical is based on the actual music festival of the same name that used to take place in Atlanta, Georgia. A soundtrack was released by Jive Records and Nappy Boy records on April 20, 2010. The 90-minute uncut version of Freaknik: The Musical has been released on DVD and other forms of home media.
A music journalist interviews her idol and realizes it's time to take a chance on herself.
The Kitchen Musical is a Singaporean musical drama television series developed for NTV7 a co-produced by Media Prima Berhad. The series was premiered on 7 October 2011 and last television episode on 30 December 2011 in 12-country, 3-region & 2-continent across Southeast Asia, East Asia & Australasia such: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau, Republic of China & Australia. The show features a pool of actors, both veteran and new faces from around the region. The 1-hours of 13-episodes centers around good food and wine, with each episode featuring re-arranged and re-recorded popular hits accompanied by dancing. Every episode features a different menu. In Malaysia, it will be broadcast on the NTV7 on Friday at 11:00 to 12:00 MST. It was telecasted on Malaysia's free-to-air terrestrial television channel form NTV7. In Malaysia, it will be broadcast on the NTV7 primetime drama slot at every Friday at 11:00 until 12:00 MST it was filming locations is done in Singapore. This series was somewhat criticized when it was first aired in Republic of Singapore a commissioner meeting high viewership in Malaysia.
One unsuspecting London high school is presented with the challenge of a lifetime: to audition, rehearse and perform a West End worthy performance of 'Hairspray' in one summer holiday.
Musical Comedy Time is a series of live hour-long adaptations of Broadway musical comedies and standard operettas that aired on NBC from October 2, 1950 to March 19, 1951.
Musical! Die Show is a television musical talent show produced by the ORF, an Austrian public TV-broadcaster. The finals took place on January 11, 2008, in which Vincent Bueno was hailed as the winner.
Grease: the School Musical is a reality TV programme that appeared on TV at the end of August 2009 following on from the popular Hairspray: The School Musical. It was the result of a competition that started in 2008. The 1,000 schools were whittled down to 10 schools, then at this point filming started with the three judges. There was then a competition and dance off with the final 3 schools. Ray Quinn and Arlene Phillips appeared on the show as guests as well as Seth Rudeski. In the end Wallasey school on the Wirral won. The school went to London's West End to perform a shortened rehearsed version of Grease in the Novello theatre. They showed a series of one hour shows and two added half hour shows. The performance took place on the 9 August 2009. Many of the cast then went on to receive promotions to drama schools. The final show was viewed by 1 million people.
Musical Mornings with Coo was a television program block introduced on September 26, 2007 on PBS Kids Sprout. The show started at 6:00am Eastern time each weekday morning and had a CGI host Coo the Cuckoo Bird who lives in a cuckoo clock.
Ultimate School Musical is a Fox8 reality television programme in Australia which features ordinary teenagers from a school attempting to put on a music production to a professional standard in just six weeks.