Jeff Scott Soto's concert at the Queen Convention in 2003
UFC 200 Greatest Fighters of All Time is a six-part series counting down the best athletes to ever step foot in the UFC Octagon. See the iconic performances and fascinating backstories that elevated champions, contenders and trailblazers into legends of the sport.
2000 Malibu Road is a prime time American soap opera that aired on CBS in the summer of 1992. The series stars Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Beals, Brian Bloom, Scott Bryce, Lisa Hartman, Tuesday Knight, and Michael T. Weiss.
36 volunteers spend the year 2000 on the island of Taransay finding out what happens when a cross-section of British people try to create a new society.
Gladiators 2000 is a spin-off television show of American Gladiators. It is hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Maria Sansone. Season 5 American Gladiators grand champion Peggy Odita served as head referee. It premiered on September 17, 1994 and ran until May 11, 1996. It was often partnered with its parent show in syndication, however some markets ran it independently. Like AG, the series was produced by Four Point Entertainment, and distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Television. In response to the popularity of NBC's 2008 revival of American Gladiators, the show was brought back in syndicated reruns for the 2008-2009 television season, being eligible for the FCC's "E/I" requirements. In Gladiators 2000, two teams of two child competitors would team up with two Gladiators as coaches and compete by running through a series of events, and answering questions on various subjects along the way. While some props and sets were retained, the rules for each event were drastically altered. A British version of this show was developed, known as Gladiators: Train 2 Win.
Tsubasa becomes a superstar amongst soccer players in Brazil. He is now planning to play in Europe. At an important must-win game, as the fans cheer him on, Tsubasa looks back at the days when he started his soccer life. His passion to make goals and win the game is as strong as it was during his childhood. He recalls the games and moments that had decisive impact on his life. He remembers Goalkeeper Wakabayashi, Genius striker Hyuga, tender-hearted Misaki and Coach Roberto. He was happy to meet them, enjoyed playing with them, and learned many things from them. The whistle sounds and the game begins. Tsubasa dashes for the ball!
Mizuiro 2003 is an anime OVA. It is a second, non-Hentai adaptation of the game Mizuiro. The story was slightly changed, but it follows the main games plot climaxes, focusing on Hiyori and Yuki scenarios. With this OAV, the Omake "Selling Memorial Event" was released, which features the voice actors talking about their characters.
Supermodelo 2007 was the second Cycle of the is reality TV series in Spain broadcast by Channel Cuatro. The show is based on Tyra Banks hit series America's Next Top Model and is being hosted by Spanish supermodel Judit Mascó. The aim of the show is to find the representant for Spain on the annual Elite Model Contest. The biggest difference to the original concept is that the show is broadcast live and the judges nominate the bottom two contestants for elimination, then the viewers vote to save one of the two girls, meaning one girl gets voted off by the audience every week, whereas in the original series only the judges decided about the verdict for each contestant. Due to the success of Supermodelo 2006 the number of contestants was increased from 13 to 20 girls and daily episodes were introduced. Over 14 weeks, the audience had the final say in eliminating one of the bottom two contestants every week. In the end, 21-year-old Noelia López from Seville, Spain triumphed over Magdalena Pérez, Isabel Cañete, and Alba Carillo on the season finale.
Supermodelo 2008 was the third cycle of the reality TV series in Spain broadcast by Channel Cuatro. The show is based on Tyra Banks' hit series America's Next Top Model and is being hosted by Spanish model Judit Mascó. In this season the show saw significant changes when former host Judit Mascó left the show with Eloísa González replacing her. Also male contestants were allowed to enter who would compete in a separate competition from the females, whose winner would eventually be the representative for Spain on the annual Elite Model Contest as in the two years before. In the beginning the top 50 from each gender was invited to the official casting audition which took part on a boat where the number of contestants was reduced to 20 in each gender on the first day. After several days of eliminations the top 8 for each gender was announced and the 16 contestants moved into the model villa. From then on three contestants from each gender got nominated at the end of the week and when one girl and one guy were eliminated they were replaced by two new contestants. All the changes and variations of the format proved to be very unpopular with Spanish audience and the show was cut after only 5 weeks on air. Since the competition was live the audience was voting for one male and one female winner in the last week with Eva Prieto and Oliver Baggerman winning.
Supermodelo was a reality TV series in Spain broadcast by Channel Cuatro. The show was based on Tyra Banks' hit series America's Next Top Model and was hosted by Spanish supermodel Judit Mascó. In the first cycle of the show 13 young girls across the nation participated, and 19 year old María José Gallego from Jaén, Spain won. The other finalists were Yasmin García, Mayte Prieto, and Laura Negrete.
2000 Today was an internationally broadcast television special commemorating the beginning of the Year 2000. This program included New Year's Eve celebrations, musical performances, and other features from participating nations. Most international broadcasts such as Olympic Games coverage originate from a limited area for worldwide distribution. 2000 Today was rare in that its live and taped programming originated from member countries and represented all continents. Up to 5,000 staff worked on 2000 Today, 1,500 of them in BBC Television Centre in West London, where all eight television studios were used during the 28-hour broadcast. 2000 Today had a worldwide audience of 800 million people, with an audience of 12.6 million people on the BBC alone. 2000 Today is estimated to have cost $6 million to produce and broadcast.