Total Request was a music video request show on MTV in the United States.
Live by Request is a television show on the A&E Network. On it, notable artists hold concerts where the set list would be determined by viewer phone calls. The show was created based on an idea by Tony Bennett. Bennett starred in its first episode, which ran on Valentine's Day 1997; during that episode, 1.5 million calls came in from viewers with requests. The show won the Emmy Award for Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program in 1996. It also won a CableACE Award. Mark McEwen hosted the show. Johnny Mathis appearance holds the record for the most viewers watching on live TV and is now available on DVD release. Some the show's performances would be released as albums of the same name by the artists, including: ⁕An album by Blondie ⁕An album by k.d. lang ⁕An album by Kenny Rogers ⁕An album by Tony Bennett ⁕An album by Barry Manilow Other performers on the show, which has run on an as-appropriate basis, have included Johnny Mathis, Hall & Oates, David Bowie, Elvis Costello, The Bee Gees, John Fogerty, Don Henley, Elton John, B. B. King, Lyle Lovett, John Mellencamp, Vince Gill, Santana, Gloria Estefan, Phil Collins, Michael Bolton, Neil Diamond, James Taylor, Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Barry Manilow.
At Your Request was an Australian television daytime series which aired from 1958 to 1959. The series aired on Tuesdays at 2:30PM on Melbourne station HSV-7, and was hosted by baritone Charles Skase, who was also known as a radio personality. Information on this series is scarce. The series presented requested songs, but it is not clear how these songs were presented. The archival status of the series is also not known, although being a daytime series aired in a single city means it is unlikely that kinescope recordings exist of it. For some time, the series was preceded on HSV-7's schedule by documentary series Australia Wide and followed by Gadget Man. On Australian television of the 1950s, music programmes were typically aired in a single city, with some exceptions.
Total Request Live was the Italian version of the American show of the same name that originated in 1999. Originally broadcast weekdays at 2.00 p.m., its time slot was changed as it ran into its second season. It was broadcast at 3.00 p.m. starting in 2002. The main presenters, during the ten seasons, were Alessandro Cattelan, Giorgia Surina, Marco Maccarini, Carolina Di Domenico, and Federico Russo. As from June 2, 2008 the show is hosted by Elena Santarelli and Carlo Pastore, who presented another music programme of MTV, Your Noise. During her episode of May 15, 2009, Elena Santarelli, because of her maternity, left the show. Elisabetta Canalis came replacing her. In 2010 the show had been completely renovated and have changed his name in TRL On the Road, so the show wasn't hosted from a stage, but from a truck to make viewers more involved. Despite the show has been cancelled from MTV schedule in 2010, the TRL Awards were anyway celebrated until 2012.
Total Request Live was a television series on MTV that featured popular music videos. TRL was MTV's prime outlet for music videos as the network continued to concentrate on reality-based programming. In addition to music videos, TRL featured daily guests. The show was a popular promotion tool used by musicians, actors, and other celebrities to promote their newest works to the show's target teen demographic. TRL played the top ten most requested videos of the day, as requested by viewers who voted online for their favorite video. The countdown started with the tenth most requested video and ended with the most requested. As of October 22, 2007, TRL's countdown was based on votes, charts, ringtones, download, radio airplay, and streams, meaning that the most user requested video might not have been the number 1 video. The show generally aired Monday through Thursday for one hour, though the scheduling and length of the show fluctuated over the years. Despite the word "Live" in the title of the show, many episodes were actually pre-recorded. It was announced on September 15, 2008 that TRL would be shut down and replaced with FNMTV. The special three-hour finale aired on November 16, 2008, at 8 p.m.
Series explores the story of Zain and Zara who are in love and are about to married. What follows, is disappointingly a typical evil mother-in-law who was all out to make sure her son turns against the daughter-in-Law (Zara) and has her thrown out of the house.
M.R.S. is a variety talk show that premiered on ABS-CBN in February 2005. The show premieres after Home Boy in the morning block. However, the show didn't last long due to low ratings so it aired its final episode sometime in June of the same year.
Most Requested is a Canadian television series, which airs weekly on the Crossroads Television System. An interactive music video show for youth, the program plays requested videos by Christian music artists.
Hillbilly Requests was an Australian television series, which ran from 1957 to 1958 on Melbourne station GTV-9. Representing an early effort at music/variety programming by the station, it was hosted by Tom Campbell and each episode featured the Victoria Banjo Club. The program had an unusual running time of 25 minutes as opposed to the usual 30 minutes. Originally aired at 6:30PM, it spent most of its run at 6:15PM, running to 6:40PM, preceded by the Happy Show and followed by the evening newscast with Eric Pearce. The archival status of the series is not known.