tabloid TV

tabloid TV

n.
Television news programming that presents the news in a fast-paced, condensed form, usually with sensational material.
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In the action-comedy The Interview, Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) run the popular celebrity tabloid TV show 'Skylark Tonight.
film stars James Franco and Seth Rogen as a tabloid TV host and producer who land an interview with Kim.
The film stars Seth Rogen and James Franco as two tabloid TV journalists who land an interview with Kim in Pyongyang and are then tasked by the CIA with killing him.
A tabloid TV show regularly informs Doucett that, since he was locked away, his ex-wife has been murdered and he's the prime suspect.
One thing is crystal clear and we should admit it a nobody can challenge Borisov in his talent to give people rich emotions, just like a tabloid TV broadcast does," Dr.
And he has been featured since on several tabloid TV news shows, including Inside Edition and E
Quay Street in Manchester is silent and the building that gave us World In Action, Brideshead Revisited, Sherlock Holmes, The Comedians, Crown Court, Krypton Factor, Jewel in the Crown and the wonderful Anthony Howard Wilson now echoes to the pitter patter of Tiny Tabloid TV.
It was very tongue-in-cheek, very tabloid TV and, though I was expecting to hate every minute, I'm ashamed to admit it was all too entertaining.
The 'Bruce Almighty' actress and her writer photographer mother stopped talking years ago after her mum gave an interview to a tabloid TV show and wrote the book, From Mother and Daughter to Friends: A Memoir, about their relationship.
In the 1980s, tabloid TV series, considered "trash" at the time, drew audiences away from the traditional news media by doing actual investigative journalism about celebrity scandals.
It was tabloid TV of the most feeble sort - as you might have expected in view of the fact that all the people who'd been tried had been found (sorry, but there is no better word) innocent.
ABC: Cases range from murder incited by tabloid TV to a town wanting to build its own nuclear device for the devious legal team.