History ProductPlacement / LiveActionTV

19th Apr '18 7:51:55 AM kazokuhouou
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''Series/BigFatQuizOfTheYear 2012'' where, knowing they might get freebies from fans or the companies in question, Jack Whitehall and James Cordon suggested that Antony Worrall Thompson stole Bollinger champagne, Ferrero Rocher chocolates, and Canestan medicine.
-->'''JimmyCarr:''' You do not get a point. But you ''may'' get some Bollinger, so cheer up.
8th Apr '18 9:47:28 AM nombretomado
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* ABC Daytime has a product placement deal with Campbell's that has resulted in a number of embarrassingly shoehorned references to their soup, V8 Fusion, Prego sauces, and other products on ''Series/AllMyChildren'', ''Series/OneLifeToLive'', ''Series/GeneralHospital'', and, perhaps most {{egregious}}ly, ''The View''.

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* ABC Daytime has a product placement deal with Campbell's that has resulted in a number of embarrassingly shoehorned references to their soup, V8 Fusion, Prego sauces, and other products on ''Series/AllMyChildren'', ''Series/OneLifeToLive'', ''Series/GeneralHospital'', and, perhaps most {{egregious}}ly, JustForFun/{{egregious}}ly, ''The View''.
21st Mar '18 5:11:04 PM mahidevrans
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* ''Series/{{Fi}}'': The first season was sponsored by Vodafone Red. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_qPBDRgKDw It's painfully obvious at times]].
** Adidas has a similar moment in the spotlight in an early season two episode, in which a minute-long sequence is dedicated to showing Can exercising in the company's gear.
** Billboards for ING Bank, a chief sponsor of the second season, are more subtly integrated, thankfully.
9th Feb '18 2:19:07 PM Kid
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* ''Series/TeenWolf'': Everyone in Beacon Hills shops at Macy's. Everyone. They also really like Canon cameras, Macintosh computers, Samsung phones, Adidas clothing, and Pandora. They are occasionally subtle, but often fairly obvious.

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*** They did this again in Season 23 with the movie ''JackAndJill''. This included shots of the contestants laughing at scenes that contained no actual jokes.
* ''Series/TeenWolf'': Everyone in Beacon Hills shops at Macy's. Everyone. They also really like Canon cameras, Macintosh computers, Samsung phones, Adidas clothing, and Pandora. They are occasionally subtle, but often fairly obvious.
4th Feb '18 9:43:02 PM klausbaudelaire
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* Sponsored programs are quite common in some countries such as Bangladesh and the Philippines, where they essentially serve as thirty-minute commercials for the companies involved. Notable examples of these include ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jollitown Jollitown]]'' and ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropang_Potchi Tropang Potchi]]'', sponsored by Jollibee[[note]]A Philippine fast-food chain in similar vein to [=McDonald's=][[/note]] and Columbia International Food Products[[note]]A confectionery company in the Philippines[[/note]] respectively.
31st Jan '18 8:06:56 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' has the ''GearsOfWar'' logo on Jade's bag strap. Later in the series, the placement is gone, possibly because the executives didn't want to advertise an M-rated franchise in a kids' show.

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* ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' has the ''GearsOfWar'' ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' logo on Jade's bag strap. Later in the series, the placement is gone, possibly because the executives didn't want to advertise an M-rated franchise in a kids' show.
23rd Jan '18 6:46:15 PM NotOnAnyFlatbread
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* ''Series/PoliticalAnimals'': Skype seems to be the video-chat app of choice in the show. It is not only used in multiple conversations between characters, with the interface clearly visible, but mentioned byc name when characters are told that someone else is on the line calling them.

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* ''Series/PoliticalAnimals'': Skype seems to be the video-chat app of choice in the show. It is not only used in multiple conversations between characters, with the interface clearly visible, but mentioned byc by name when characters are told that someone else is on the line calling them.
23rd Jan '18 6:45:48 PM NotOnAnyFlatbread
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* ''Series/PoliticalAnimals'': Skype seems to be the video-chat app of choice in the show. It is not only used in multiple conversations between characters, with the interface clearly visible, but mentioned byc name when characters are told that someone else is on the line calling them.
12th Jan '18 8:00:54 PM donwarr1995
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* ''Series/TheGreatBritishBakeOff'': DefiedTrope per BBC rules, which didn't stop the show getting in trouble for showing the logo of the fridges too prominently by mistake. A deal was reached whereby the editing would be fixed and the makers would stop advertising themselves "as seen on the Great British Bakeoff" on their website.
6th Dec '17 4:21:32 AM jormis29
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* ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' has a truly painful example, where "Erin [=eSurance=]" (the ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' knock-off mascot from online insurance company [=eSurance=]) is digitally inserted into the show itself as a VoiceWithAnInternetConnection guide to one mission. The contestants manage to be nonchalant about it, even though they're essentially getting instructions from a walking advertisement.

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* ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' has a truly painful example, where "Erin [=eSurance=]" "Advertising/ErinEsurance" (the ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' knock-off mascot from online insurance company [=eSurance=]) is digitally inserted into the show itself as a VoiceWithAnInternetConnection guide to one mission. The contestants manage to be nonchalant about it, even though they're essentially getting instructions from a walking advertisement.
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