Fifteen years after the events of the feature film, Kyle Craig is assigned to go undercover in an elite squad of the LAPD as Detective Frank Rourke’s trainee to spy on him and report on his off-book methods. As Frank starts teaching his principled trainee the way of the streets, they form an uneasy alliance that will change the course of both their lives irrevocably.
“The first sports-based reality series” in television history presents viewers with an inside look at NFL training camps. From the top coaches to the rookies trying to make the team, Hard Knocks will showcase what it takes to be in the NFL.
G4's Training Camp was a TV show on US television channel G4 covering the world of sports-themed video games. In the show, football legend Eddie George visits one avid sports gamer and hooks him up with some of the biggest names in sports. The show began on November 15, 2005 on Tuesdays at 11:30pm ET/PT, but was then limited to early morning, weekday timeslots. This show, along with many other video game oriented shows, was canceled in 2006. It was re-run during the G4 Rewind block on weekday mornings.
Meet the fighter pilots of the 801 Tactical Training Squadron, codenamed Airbats. With their sleek curves and lightning fast moves, they give new meaning to the term "the friendly skies" - and I'm not talking about their jets! The Airbats are the hottest, wildest team of female flyers you'll ever meet, and when they climb into the cockpit, the clear blue skies of Japan aren't big enough to contain all the aerial action these ladies get into! Whether it's ghostbusting the spirit of a dead kamikaze Zero pilot, facing off against a team of world famous American aeronautical acrobats, or winning a year's supply of noodles in a ramen-noodle-eating contest, you'd better believe the Airbats have the "right stuff" to get the job done!
Training Dogs the Woodhouse Way is a British television series presented by Barbara Woodhouse first shown by the BBC in 1980. It was taped in 10 episodes at Woodhouse's home in Hertfordshire, England. The show was also internationally syndicated. In the show she often used two commands: "walkies" and "sit"; the latter of which was parodied in the 1983 James Bond film Octopussy where James Bond does a Woodhouse impersonation, puts his hand up in a command posture, repeats Woodhouse's catch-phrase to a tiger and the animal responds to it by obeying. Her ten-part series had been shown at over one hundred stations in the United States and in Britain it proved so popular it was run twice. In 1982, singer-songwriter Randy Edelman wrote a song about her and her show, "Barbara", which he released in a single 45 rpm record.
It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown is the 35th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It was produced in 1992 but unlike previous specials it wasn't shown on CBS, and remained unseen until Paramount released it on video in 1996. The special was released by Warner Home Video on October 9, 2012, on the DVD Happiness is ... Peanuts: Go Snoopy Go!