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23rd Apr '17 12:05:36 AM Lirodon
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* ''I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now'' for ''[[CaptainObvious I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!]]'' (since re-named ''Extra Camp'')

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* ''I'm a Celebrity Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here Now'' Here! '''Now!''''' for ''[[CaptainObvious I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!]]'' (since re-named ''Extra Camp'')
23rd Apr '17 12:03:38 AM Lirodon
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** It even got a companion show of its own, ''[[ShapedLikeITself Talking Talking Mentalist]]''

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** It even got a companion show of its own, ''[[ShapedLikeITself Talking Talking Mentalist]]''Mentalist]]'', where a panel talks about the last episode of ''Talking Mentalist''.
12th Apr '17 11:24:04 PM Lirodon
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* After {{AMC}}'s attempts to lead-out of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' with reality shows failed, ''The Talking Dead'' with Chris Hardwick discussing the episode afterwards was created. After it did unexpectedly well, AMC decided to have the last episodes of ''Series/BreakingBad'' have another Hardwick-hosted show called ''Talking Bad'' lead out of that.

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* After {{AMC}}'s attempts to lead-out of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' with reality shows failed, ''The Talking Dead'' with Chris Hardwick discussing the episode afterwards was created. After it did unexpectedly well, AMC decided to have the last episodes of ''Series/BreakingBad'' have another Hardwick-hosted show called ''Talking Bad'' lead out of that. Now, AMC believes that these shows have been doing so well in general, that it has now gave them a spin-off of their own that is standalone and not a lead-out for another show, just called ''Talking with Chris Hardwick''.
16th Mar '17 9:50:31 PM Lirodon
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* ''I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now'' for ''[[CaptainObvious I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!]]''

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* ''I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now'' for ''[[CaptainObvious I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!]]''Here!]]'' (since re-named ''Extra Camp'')
16th Feb '17 6:35:25 PM Lirodon
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* ''Series/{{Vikings}}'' has ''Real Vikings'', a documentary series that focuses on outlining the real-life history and folklore that inspired the historical drama.
16th Feb '17 6:27:32 PM Lirodon
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* ''Series/BigBrother'' had ''Big Brother's Little Brother'' which features, you guessed it, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage. On top of that there was ''Big Brother's Big Mouth'' which was basically an internet forum on TV. When the show moved from Creator/Channel4 to ChannelFive, the spin-offs were replaced with a new show, Big Brother's Bit On The Side.

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* ''Series/BigBrother'' had ''Big Brother's Little Brother'' which features, you guessed it, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage. On top of that there was ''Big Brother's Big Mouth'' Mouth'', which was basically an internet forum on TV. more of a ''Talking Dead''-type show with celebrity guests and viewer contributions. When the show moved from Creator/Channel4 to ChannelFive, the spin-offs they were replaced with by a new show, Big ''Big Brother's Bit On The Side.Side'' (also accompanied its own Saturday-night spin-off, ''Big Brother's Bit on the Psych'', which focused on psychological analysis of the goings-on in the House, and was a remake of the similar ''Big Brother: On the Couch'' aired during series 8)
24th Sep '16 1:41:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/BigBrother'' had ''Big Brother's Little Brother'' which features, you guessed it, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage. On top of that there was ''Big Brother's Big Mouth'' which was basically an internet forum on TV. When the show moved from ChannelFour to ChannelFive, the spin-offs were replaced with a new show, Big Brother's Bit On The Side.

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* ''Series/BigBrother'' had ''Big Brother's Little Brother'' which features, you guessed it, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage. On top of that there was ''Big Brother's Big Mouth'' which was basically an internet forum on TV. When the show moved from ChannelFour Creator/Channel4 to ChannelFive, the spin-offs were replaced with a new show, Big Brother's Bit On The Side.
31st Jul '16 12:32:07 PM Lirodon
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The second type is a more fan-based show. The presenters will almost always be telegenic fans or popular former actors or runners-up of the main show who transitioned to hosting, and discuss the latest episode, highlighting their favourite and least favorite moments and characters, as well as commenting on the unfolding storylines and possible theories of how the plot will develop. Expect some audience involvement, by e-mail, text message or telephone. Some shows have a studio audience to lend their comments.

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The second type is a more fan-based show. The presenters will almost always be telegenic fans or popular former actors or runners-up of the main show who transitioned to hosting, and discuss the latest episode, highlighting their favourite and least favorite moments and characters, as well as commenting on the unfolding storylines and possible theories of how the plot will develop. Expect some audience involvement, by e-mail, text message or telephone. Some shows have a studio audience to lend their comments.
comments. In the United States, this practice was popularized by Creator/{{AMC}}, who introduced such a program as a lead-out for its highly-popular series ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' beginning in its second season. Other cable series have since followed in their footprints.
18th Mar '16 11:45:46 PM Lirodon
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** It even got a companion show of its own, ''[[{{Recursion}} Talking Talking Mentalist]]''

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** It even got a companion show of its own, ''[[{{Recursion}} ''[[ShapedLikeITself Talking Talking Mentalist]]''



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27th Feb '16 1:51:36 AM justanid
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A companion show is a non-fiction show intended as a complement to another show, usually fiction. You usually get one episode of the companion show for each episode of the main show. There are two main types of companion show, although there is some overlap between the two.


The first is a documentary-style show, offering a look behind-the-scenes of the main show, showing how special effects are done, and with the cast and crew discussing the characters, plotlines, sets and costumes, and anything else the producers of the show want to highlight. The style is similar to the sort of featurette you might get on the DVD of the series.


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A companion show '''companion show''' is a non-fiction show intended as a complement to another show, usually fiction. You usually get one episode of the companion show for each episode of the main show. There are two main types of companion show, although there is some overlap between the two.


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The first is a documentary-style {{documentary}}-style show, offering a look behind-the-scenes of the main show, showing how special effects are done, and with the cast and crew discussing the characters, plotlines, sets and costumes, and anything else the producers of the show want to highlight. The style is similar to the sort of featurette you might get on the DVD of the series.

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