A man and woman must face the tension that builds between them during a long-distance relationship.
Louis Theroux which delves into the weirder fringes of American society.
Weekends at the D.L. was a talk show on Comedy Central, created in July 2005. In a typical episode, host D. L. Hughley entertains guests around a coffee table, where they drink wine and smoke stogies on the D.L. Comedy skits, both live and in the form of short video clips, were also featured in the program. The show aired Friday and Saturday at 10PM EST until January 2006, when it was canceled due to low ratings.
Rick Stein embarks on a series of culinary long weekends in search of food excellence and brilliant recipes, heading to markets, restaurants, wineries, cafes and bars.
Weekends with Alex Witt is a news program on MSNBC anchored by Alex Witt. The program airs in the morning on Saturdays and in the afternoon on both Saturdays and Sundays in the Eastern Time Zone. Witt previously anchored the weekend edition of MSNBC Live. When MSNBC announced that regular contributor Chris Hayes would be hosting a new weekend talk show, she was given a branded program as part of the network's new weekend morning lineup. Weekends with Alex Witt and Up with Chris Hayes debuted on September 17, 2011.
Weekends with Maury and Connie was an MSNBC television news series featuring light-hearted take on news of the week. It was hosted by talk show host Maury Povich and his wife, television news anchor Connie Chung. Beginning in early 2006, it appeared every weekend morning on MSNBC until Dan Abrams was appointed the new General Manager of MSNBC. Due to the show's low ratings, near the bottom of the charts, Abrams canceled the show. The last broadcast aired June 17, 2006. On the final episode, Chung, dressed in a white evening gown and writhing atop a black piano, sang a parody to the tune of "Thanks for the Memory". Video clips of the bizarre, off-key farewell performance circulated on internet video sites like YouTube, ironically viewed by more people than viewed Weekends with Maury and Connie during its run.
Samantha Brown's Great Weekends is a program on Travel Channel hosted by Samantha Brown. In the program, Samantha travels to various locations in USA, Canada, Mexico and Europe and describes her experiences and provides tips in staying in hotels, eating in restaurants and participating in local activities. The opening theme was changed for season 2 with the title change. Episodes are available on iTunes.