Three mice run, cavort, sing and dance around in the stores and restaurants a big city at night. They wind up in a café for an early-morning snack and stocking up on food provisions before they return to the safety of their den beneath a man-hole cover in the street.
A romance takes place between Kang Ji-Sung aka Louie and Ko Bok-Sil. Louie is from a rich family, but he has lost his memory. Ko Bok-Sil is a woman with a heart like an angel. Louie learns about true love after meeting Ko Bok-Sil.
Shopping Spree is a game show that aired on the Family Channel for two seasons from September 30, 1996 to August 14, 1998. It was hosted by Ron Pearson, announced by Burton Richardson and produced by Jay Wolpert Enterprises and MTM Enterprises.
Shopping Hero, also known as Tsuhan-Man, is a Japanese comedic television drama. Eleven episodes were created and broadcast on TV Asahi, from July 5, 2002 to September 20, 2002.
Sex and Shopping was a documentary series on the global sex industry. The series examines contemporary attitudes concerning commercial sex, censorship and experimentation. Each episode explores aspects of the legal international commercial sex industry, finance and lifestyles. It was produced for Channel 5 and three series were made. The first aired in 1998, second in 2000 and the third in 2001 in the United Kingdom.
The Shopping Bags was a Canadian television series that aired on the W Network in Canada and on Fine Living in the United States. Launched in 2002, the series focused on consumer affairs and better shopping. Each week the program looked at several goods and services to discover which one was the best. This was also done to guide viewers towards which product or service may best suit their needs. The program looked at day-to-day shopping and big ticket items, as well as having a final "Shopping Thought" at the end of each program. The Shopping Bags was produced in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada by Worldwide Bag Media Inc. and distributed by Picture Box Distribution. The hosts and show creators are award-winning journalists Anna Wallner and Kristina Matisic. The show first aired on the W Network, a television channel in Canada aimed at women. The program was also broadcast on Fine Living in the United States, a channel aimed at both male and female viewers. In 2005, a companion book to The Shopping Bags television show was written by Wallner and Matisic and published in 2006. The book is titled The Shopping Bags: Tips, Tricks, and Inside Information to Make You a Savvy Shopper.
The untold social history of "shopping" including its role in cementing womens rights, economic change and social progress. Who knew?
The Home Shopping Game was a short-lived American television game show that aired in syndication during the summer of 1987 and blended the popularity of home shopping with word-identification challenges. It was syndicated nationally, but failed to attract enough viewers to remain on the air beyond its initial 13-week summer run. Veteran game show host Bob Goen was the emcee; Bob Circosta, who was the first ever host on the Home Shopping Network, served as announcer/co-host, and Debbie Bartlett was the female model and assistant. Taped at the studios of HSN affiliate KHSC in Ontario, California, the show was produced in association with MCA Television.
Missus Goes a Shopping was one of the earliest game shows to be broadcast on live television. The show first aired on CBS Radio from February 17, 1941 to December 21, 1951. On August 3, 1944 the early CBS Television network began airing a primetime TV version until January 22, 1946. The original host was John Reed King.
Shopping for Love is an Australian television program. Airing at 10.30pm on Wednesday nights on the Nine Network, it is hosted by Pete Lazer and Andi Lew and premiered on 4 December 2005. Its concept is a reality show, whereby a contestant is chosen with two potential dates. Based on a review of the contestant's household, the potential date goes shopping at department stores and has a time limit to purchase products which it feels will most suit their date. The contestant finally chooses their partner based on a compatibility percentage and other factors, and the contestant takes his chosen partner on a date, to which they reveal details of on the show. The show features product placements from companies such as Virgin Credit Cards.
Magical⛦Shopping Arcade Abenobashi is a Japanese anime television series created by Gainax. The supernatural comedy drama is directed by Hiroyuki Yamaga. The series premiered April 4, 2002 on Kids Station. It was licensed in North America by ADV Films. A manga adaptation, authored by Satoru Akahori, was published in English by Tokyopop; the Tokyopop version of the manga is out of print as of August 31, 2009.