Several stories interweaves into this hilarious comedy. Eric Kot plays the genital dermatologist, Dr. Heung, that loves and respects his own profession. He and his assistant Ma work tacitly together professionally but are unable to take a step forward other than work. The up and coming artist Fifi Wong wants to make it big in her career, she later falls for the genteel To Bing at first sight although both of them already have their other important halves.
Aspiring super-villain Dr. Horrible wants to join the Evil League of Evil and win the girl of his dreams, but his nemesis, Captain Hammer, stops him at every turn.
The Sing-Off is an American television singing competition featuring a cappella groups. It debuted on NBC on December 14, 2009, and is produced by Sony Pictures Television and Outlaw Productions, with Mark Burnett's One Three Media being added for the fourth season. It is hosted by Nick Lachey, with judges Ben Folds, Shawn Stockman, and originally Nicole Scherzinger, later replaced by Sara Bareilles. Bareilles left the show after one season and was replaced by Jewel. The show's music staff all came from the a cappella community: Deke Sharon, Bill Hare, Ed Boyer, Ben Bram, Robert Dietz, Christopher Diaz and Nick Girard. A cappella groups from the United States, including Puerto Rico, were chosen by audition and advanced in the competition based on judges' eliminations until the finale, with the winners being determined by viewer votes. The program has featured guest appearances by various popular artists, including Bobby McFerrin, Natasha Bedingfield, Jay Sean, Smokey Robinson, Neil Diamond, Boyz II Men, and Sara Bareilles. The Sing-Off was renewed for a third season and started airing much earlier on September 19, 2011, although the first two series had been broadcast in December. Unlike previous seasons, the early start in September allowed for the production of more episodes and the number of participant groups increased.
Scripted comedy that lovingly satirizes the reality singing competitions that have become a centerpiece of pop culture. When SING IT's executive producer is fired, Stacy Needles' plan to take charge is thwarted with the arrival of newcomer indie producer, Drew. His inexperience and blind passion threaten to off-set the dysfunctional workplace family comprised of duplicitous executives, a rollicking crew, and quirky contestants who are eliminated from the competition each week.
Hymn Sing was a television series produced in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for CBC Television. The program featured hymns, spirituals, and inspirational music sung by a sixteen voice choir. The show's musical directors were: ⁕Eric Wild ⁕Winnifred Sim The series aired nationally on Sunday afternoons from October 1965 to May 1995. One of the long standing members was John G Nelson. He was a member of the Tenor section and tenor soloist from 1968-1974.
Follows the real life stories, high stakes and personal triumphs of the country's top competitive collegiate a cappella teams as they battle it out to win the ICCA Finals.
Let's Sing Out was a Canadian music television series which aired on CTV from 1963 to 1966, then on CBC Television until 1968.
Sing If You Can is a British game show broadcast on ITV. It features celebrities attempting to sing in front of a live studio audience whilst various attempts are made to disrupt their performances. It is presented by Keith Lemon and Stacey Solomon, though originally Vernon Kay was scheduled to host, but he felt that it would be better hosted by a comedian.
But Can They Sing? is a reality television series that premiered on October 30, 2005 on VH1 as part of its celebreality programming. Hosted by Ahmet Zappa, the series was partially based on NBC's announced but abandoned project I'm a Celebrity but I Wanna Be a Pop Star. Like its network predecessor, it was produced by Granada America. In January 2006 VH1 announced that the show would not return for a second season.
Carrie and David Grant vocal coaches to stars including Melanie C and Will Young show the nation "theres a singer in all of us" with their first ever DVD You Can Sing - which contains invaluable guidance and technique tips that will help anyone to sing. For the first exciting time you will have a chance to step behind the spotlight with Carrie and David Grant, the UKs leading pop vocal coaches and discover the vocal training techniques that train superstars to improve their voices. This incredibly talented husband and wife team, whose client list is testament to their outstanding skill, demonstrate methods that can show the most tuneless how to sing and enhance the technique of the gifted. You might be a budding diva or a total beginner but that doesnt matter, You Can Sing will benefit anyone who has a passion for bursting into song. Whether you want to sing on stage or in the shower, professionally or for pleasure, You Can Sing will show you all the techniques and skills to help achieve your own personal goals in seven easy steps. Step 1 Doing What Comes Naturally - Breathing as an extension to singing Step 2 Getting Started - Warm-up posture and forward placement Step 3 In the Right Place - The distinct parts of your voice Step 4 Aiming High - Discover your vocal range Step 5 Taking the Lows - Your low tones Step 6 - Flexing - Crescendo, diminuendo, vibrato and ad-libbing Step 7 Its Show Time - Interpret a song for the best performance Aimed principally at those who love posing in front of their bedroom mirror pretending they're the next Madonna or Robbie, You Can Sing is a bluffers' guide to singing pop. The main feature follows teenagers Danni and Peter as they receive coaching from two of the UK's leading pop-vocal coaches, Carrie and David Grant. Unlike the cut-throat competition of Pop Idol and Fame Academy, this is a cosy step-by-step guide to singing, with the Grants adopting cuddly teacher personas. The two students are not your everyday pop wannabes either, having seemingly been dragged in from stage school rather than the street. The feature climaxes with the pair putting into practice Carrie and David's seven steps to success (ranging from breathing technique to vocal range) by professionally recording tracks such as Williams's "Angels" and Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful". The show includes advice from some of the Grants' most recent and successful studentsamong them Will Young, Melanie C and Lemar--and there are also brief guidance segments on topics such as whether it's safe to sing with a cold. Critics might say that a programme such as this simply encourages more second-rate karaoke singers to dream of pop stardom; but at the very least it might ensure that future pop-reality shows aren't short of talent. On the DVD: You Can Sing's somewhat lacklustre main feature is boosted by the interactivity of the extra material included on the disc. The songs "Angels" and "Beautiful" can be practised at home in karaoke-fashion, with the lyrics flashed on to the screen. There's also the opportunity to feel what it's like to perform in front of a roaring live crowd. The interviews with the star graduate can be watched in their entirety via the bonus material menu and the short feature on correctly holding a hair brush as if it is a microphone is fun and informative.--John Galilee