Get ready for the world's most incredible kids. This pint-sized variety show is larger than life, even if its performers are still in elementary school. From tiny dancers and small singers to mini martial arts experts, you'll see jaw-dropping talents and astounding feats performed by youngsters from all over the globe. Host Steve Harvey then goes toe-to-toe in hilarious conversations with these mighty wonders. These amazing kiddos impress with mature worldviews, witty comebacks and unexpected hijinks.
Viewers determine which performer deserves the $1 million prize.
Comic Tommy Maitland hosts as performers -- including contortionists, singers, magicians, dancers, comics, painters, and even people who work with scary bugs -- try to impress a rotating panel of three celebrity judges. If any of the judges deem an act to be less than worthy of a score, they can pick up a mallet and hit the giant gong that is hanging behind them and end the performance. If the judges are happy with the act, they will let it play out until the end and present their scores. At the end of each show, the act with the highest scores receives a trophy and a check for $2,000.17.
Anthony Anderson hosts this re-imagining of the of the classic game show of the same name, where a panel of celebrities is presented with three people who all claim to be the same person with a notable talent, job or achievement. The celebrities have an opportunity to question each of the people before they take turns guessing who they think is telling the truth. Anderson's mother, Doris, keeps score, and the celebrity who performs the worst on each episode must post a lie about himself or herself on his or her twitter account.
Don Francisco hosts celebrities and musical guests.
Grammy and Emmy winner Harry Connick Jr. enters the daytime genre with this lighthearted show that puts the focus on family-friendly entertainment rather than the conflict-driven topics of other daytime fare. Connick's stated goal is to "bring the party back to daytime" through a format reminiscent of popular variety shows of yesteryear. Regular segments on "Harry" include man-on-the-street interviews, stunts, audience participation and -- of course -- musical performances, because you can't have a Harry Connick Jr.-hosted show without music. The hour-long series includes a hefty dose of comedy, with brothers Justin and Eric Stangel among the executive producers -- a position they previously held on "Late Show With David Letterman."
Following a successful 20th anniversary special, the Emmy-winning sketch comedy series "MAdTV" is undergoing a modern revival. The latest iteration of the series features a fresh group of new comedic talent alongside fan-favorite cast members of the original late-night format. Those familiar with the hilarious franchise can expect to see more of the bold pop culture parodies, irreverent sketches and politically incorrect humor they know and love. David E. Salzman returns to once again serve as an executive producer and showrunner.
Comic, actor, author and Emmy Award-winning talk-show host Steve Harvey pits celebrities against each other in a prime-time version of one of TV's most popular and enduring game shows, "Family Feud." Fan-favorite celebrities and members of their families compete against other stars and their relatives to win money for charity as they try to come up with the most popular responses to survey-style questions that were posed to 100 people. The lively competition is filmed in front of an audience in Los Angeles, Calif.
Andy Samberg ("Brooklyn Nine-Nine"), Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone of the Emmy-winning and Grammy-nominated comedy trio called The Lonely Island serve as executive producers of this fearless and original late-night sketch comedy show alongside Paul Scheer of "The League." Comics Nicole Byer, Jessica McKenna and Alison Rich are the stars of the program, which is a compilation of comedy shorts and in-studio segments that are filmed in front of an audience at the Alexandria Hotel in Los Angeles.