A young executive is trying to convince an airline to sponsor a travel show on television, but he's not getting anywhere. When he tells his fiancé that he may have to postpone their honeymoon, she goes off on him, and as he backs away from her he hits his head on a fire extinguisher and knocks himself out. While unconscious he dreams his own version of the show he's trying so hard to sell.
It's the "Nailed It!" holiday special you've been waiting for, with missing ingredients, impossible asks and desserts that look delightfully sad.
Holiday Showdown was a BAFTA-nominated and Royal Television Society Award-winning reality television programme, produced by Chris Kelly for the United Kingdom independent TV production company RDF Media. It was first broadcast in 2003 on ITV in the United Kingdom. Holiday Showdown is produced by RDF Television, part of the RDF Media Group. The executive producer is Nick Shearman, series producer is Tayte Simpson, and producer/director is Katharine Round.
The search to find the greatest holiday baker begins as amateur bakers enter the kitchen, where they show off their family traditions and superb baking skills. To survive the challenges from week to week, they must prove their abilities in front of our tough-love judges.
Holiday is a long-running UK television programme on BBC One, and was the oldest travel review show on UK television. It was aired on the channel from 1969 until 2007.
Holiday Island is an Australian television series made by Crawford Productions for Network Ten. The show aired twice weekly from 1981 to 1982, with the first episode going to air on 17 June 1981. Like preceding Crawford's series, the aborted Hotel Story, Holiday Island was a Love Boat-style drama series set in a luxury hotel. This time the location was a tropical resort island in Queensland. In each episode the regular characters - the various islanders and hotel workers - hosted a new batch of guest star hotel guests. Various plots and situations on the show included a fierce cyclone hitting the island, children being kidnapped, a siege where the hotel workers were held hostage by less than pleasant guests, drug trafficking, the resort being terrorised by a biker gang and a politician dying of a heart attack while staying at the island's resort. The series became notorious amongst critics for its allegedly poor production values, and the wintry conditions under which the tropical drama was shot became the focus of most jibes. Though set in a tropical hotel with palm trees, sunshine and beautiful beaches, for practical reasons all interiors scenes - and the bulk of exterior scenes - were shot at the Ten Network's studios in Nunawading, Melbourne. The exterior set made heavy use of awnings in an attempt to disguise Melbourne's propensity for overcast skies, but attempts to mask the icy breath of the bathing beauties was not always successful. Attempts to shoot location footage in Queensland were hampered by the fact that the local television crews assigned to the shoot had experience only in shooting news footage, and the fact that heavy rain fell for several days of a planned shoot. Ray Meagher, a guest star in the show's first episode, later jokingly referred the show as Horror Day on Iceland.
Newfoundland Holiday is a Canadian nature and travel documentary television series which aired on CBC Television from 1973 to 1974.
Housewives' Holiday is a Singaporean Chinese drama, which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 4 March 2009 and ended on 31 March 2009. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9:00 pm. This drama was the Highest Rated Drama Series for 2009, where ratings peaked at 23.4%.
Busman's Holiday is a British television game show produced by Granada for the ITV network from 26 February 1985 to 28 June 1993. Its hosts over the years were Julian Pettifer, Sarah Kennedy and Elton Welsby. Charles Foster was the announcer.
Well-to-do teens are taught the true value of money by swapping their first-class globetrotting getaways for micro-budget breaks in the UK.
Holiday Ranch was a Canadian television variety series airing on the CBC from 1953 to 1958. The show initially aired on weeknights then moved to a weekly Saturday night schedule before Hockey Night in Canada. The set of the series was a ranch house and the plot featured a set of regulars who visited the ranch each week. The production cost was approximately $5000 per episode. The show was considered among the most popular in 1950s Canadian television.
Holiday Canada was a Canadian travel television series which aired on CBC Television in 1968.
The Holiday Show Ireland is an Irish travel show that first aired on TV3 in Ireland on 4 January 2013. The show sees presenters Ciara Whelan and Jon Slattery travelling to various locations throughout Ireland exploring the depths of Ireland's hidden holiday destinations. The last episode featuring Northern Ireland was shown on 8 February 2013.