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48 Hours on ID48 Hours on ID

Go inside cutting-edge investigations that explore murder, gambling, jealousy and much more. The unique approach 48 Hours takes puts you inside cases from multiple angles with dramatic and in-depth coverage. Host Maureen Maher uncovers the facts surrounding some of the most disturbing crimes - whose characters are sometimes as unbelievable as the crimes they're accused of committing.


US Presidential DebatesUS Presidential Debates
FOX, 1960 | Talk Shows, News

The presidential debates starting with year 2008.


No Such Thing as the NewsNo Such Thing as the News
BBC Two, 2016 | Comedy, News
Rating: 5/5

This is a current affairs counterpart to QI podcast No Such Thing As A Fish. It promises to be fast, intelligent, hilarious television, completely unlike any other show on air. It's about contemporary events, but it's not 'satire'. It aims to do for the news what QI does for the universe at large: making the apparently dull interesting, the obscure clear and the frightening comprehensible. Like all great ideas, the formula is simple. Four young QI researchers - known by Stephen Fry's affectionate nickname as 'The QI Elves' - tell each other the most interesting things they've discovered in the news that week. They are likeable, ordinary, unpretentious, inveterately curious, prodigiously well briefed and extremely funny. They don't claim to be journalists and they don't look like newsreaders, but their take on the world is as accurate as any. Not bound by the conventions accepted everywhere else, No Such Thing As The News may not look like the news, but you are certain to find yourself strangely better informed.


Inside the NFLInside the NFL

Since its premiere in 1977, the heart of the one-hour show has been its exclusive and award-winning inside views from NFL Films, as well as its storied roster of talent recapping the weekend's games and previewing the match-ups for the week ahead. The talent team for Inside the NFL on Showtime will be announced in the coming weeks.


MotorweekMotorweek

Each year, a plethora of new vehicles hit the market in hopes of becoming the best selling vehicle in the country. This infotainment series works with vehicle manufactures to test these vehicles in a wide array of road tests, in which the vehicles are graded and the best one received an award. While the series was designed to allow the consumer to have more information about the vehicles that they produce, the series does its best to ensure that the audience feels entertained.


Desus & MeroDesus & Mero

The Bronx's very own Desus Nice and The Kid Mero, aka the Bodega Boys, give you their takes on politics, sports, entertainment and other subjects they don't really know about. The brand is strong!


MarketplaceMarketplace
CBC, 1998 | Current Events, News
Rating: 5/5

This is Canada's consumer watchdog, and #1 current-affairs show. Whether it is a slick scam, misleading marketing claim, a product that could put your health at risk, or maddening customer service, Marketplace has got your back. We find out the truth about what costs you money or threatens your health and put pressure on people in power to set things right.


Die AnstaltDie Anstalt
ZDF, 2014 | Comedy, Politics, Educational, News
Rating: 5/5

German political satire.


Torn from the Headlines: New York Post ReportsTorn from the Headlines: New York Post Reports

Some of the New York City's most dramatic true-crime stories from the perspective of the New York Post journalists who covered the cases.


Question TimeQuestion Time
BBC One, 1979 | Financial/Business, News
Rating: 1/5

A show where members of the public ask a panel, consisting of MPs, celebrities and industry experts, questions on a variety of current affairs topics.