G4tv.com(2002 - 2005)
A video game talk show airing on the G4 network focusing on gaming help and general discussion as tied in with the G4tv.com web site. The show was hosted by Tina Wood, Laura Foy, and Geoff Keighley. Each episode has an interview with a professional.
Pulse(2002 - 2004)
A gaming news series on G4 hosted by Ronilyn Reilly and Jim Downs. After the cancellation of the series the hosts moved their roles to The Screen Savers(Attack of the Show).
Portal(2002 - 2004)
A show on G4 which was a combination of a comedy, soap opera, a skit comedy, and news on the gaming industry. It was one of G4's most popular shows in its run.
Game On(2002 - 2002)
Random people are invited off the street to participate in video games and the loser of the game is publicly humiliated. Randy Kagan and Matt Gallant hosted the series.
X-Play(1998 - 2013)
What do you get when you cross video game news and sketch comedy? You get X-Play, the biggest and most popular gaming show on TV! The show began as Gamespot TV in 1998 on the ZDTV Network and featured a set format for each episode. Each episode would start off with Game News, where Adam Sessler or L...
Blister(2003 - 2004)
Hosted by Bill Sindelar, the series was the very first to show on G4 and was among the more popular with fans. The series showed narrated trailers for action games through the character's point-of-view.
Cheat!(2002 - 2009)
Cheat codes and strategy tips for video games are given out by a host, Cory Rouse until 2005 and Kristin Adams in a unique studio. In 2009 the series was cancelled as a series and then appeared as a segment on X-Play.
Cinematech(2002 - 2007)
A show on G4 TV that plays various video game trailers and cut scenes. Some of them are game outros or hidden cut scenes. The more suggestive "Cinematech: Nocturnal Emissions" would air on the Midnight Spank block. The show did not have a narrator.
Arena(2002 - 2005)
Teams take each other on in multi-player video games in a LAN party while undergoing a tournament.
The Daily Show(1996 - Current)
Comedy Central takes a hilarious look at recent headlines, media organizations and political figures. Originally hosted by Craig Killborn, the show was taken over by host John Stewart in 1999 who was perhaps its most swell-known host. After he retired in 2015 South African Trevor Noah took the show...