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1. Digital LG Quiz

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Digital LG Quiz

The Digital LG Quiz was a Philippine quiz show that aired on GMA Network from 1999 to 2004. The hosts were Paolo Bediones and Regine Tolentino, who was replaced by Bernadette Allison and Pia Guanio. On 2003, the program was reformated and retitled as Digital LG Challenge, with Bediones and Bianca Araneta as hosts. The program was co-produced by the GMA Network-owned ALTA Productions and LG Electronics.


2. LG Entertrainer

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3. LG15: Outbreak

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LG15: Outbreak

LG15: Outbreak is a social show produced by lonelygirl15 fans in 2010, under the name of Tempest Pictures, and presented by EQAL on LG15.com. Due to the downturn in the economy, EQAL's show LG15: The Resistance was put on hiatus, and instead, the producers decided to open a contest for the fans. The contest allowed fans to submit pilot episodes and trailers of spin-off shows based on the Lonelygirl15 mythology, where the selected pilot would become an official LG15 Franchise show. The winner of the first season of "LG15: The Show Is Yours" was LG15: The Last, and LG15: Outbreak was declared the winner of the second season. At the time of the first contest, allowing a crowd-sourced project to take over production responsibilities was seen as "unprecedented". The first teasers for the series, including the official submission, were posted in the quarter end of 2009, with the first episode premiering on January 11, 2010. The show ran for eight weeks, followed by a finale event on March 24, 2010 that consisted of a series of 12 videos posted over 12 hours, which had traditionally ended other lonelygirl15 series. LG15: Outbreak was the sixth show in EQAL's LG15 Franchise. The show ended on a cliffhanger, leading many fans to believe that the series was setting up for the mother-ship series of LG15: The Resistance to return. However, on April 28, 2010, EQAL announced that new LG15 Universe content - outside of possible international licensing and the remainder of LG15: The Last - would not be produced in the foreseeable future.


4. LG15: The Resistance

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LG15: The Resistance

LG15: The Resistance was a web television series produced by EQAL that took place within the LG15 Universe. The series was first announced on July 4, 2008 via the official behind-the-scenes LG15 blog, Inside. It premiered on September 16, 2008 at the New York Television Festival, and was first uploaded for public viewing on September 20, 2008. The show continued upon the mythology established by lonelygirl15 and KateModern. Two main characters from the lonelygirl15 series, Jonas and Sarah, were also carried over. Daily content was provided in the form of video blogs, images, text blogs, and other information posted daily from the characters at LG15.com. On the following Saturday, all of the content from the previous week was compiled into one 6 to 10 minute episode to end that week's "chapter". LG15: The Resistance also marked the debut of a new LG15.com website. On September 8, 2008, two-hundred members of the LG15 community were invited to participate in a private beta of the new website. One week later, on September 15, it was officially released. The new LG15.com utilizes social networking capabilities such as member profile pages, a new forum, the ability to upload response videos, and the ability to interact with the show's characters and to help solve in-show puzzles.


5. LG15: The Last

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LG15: The Last

LG15: The Last is a social show produced by Australian lonelygirl15 fans in 2009, and presented by EQAL on LG15.com. Due to the downturn in the economy, EQAL's show LG15: The Resistance was put on hiatus, and instead, the producers decided to open a contest for the fans. LG15: The Last was the result of this contest, entitled "LG15: The Show Is Yours," which allowed fans to submit pilot episodes and trailers of spin-off shows based on the Lonelygirl15 mythology, where the selected pilot would become an official LG15 Franchise show. Allowing a crowdsourced project to take over production responsibilities was seen as "unprecedented." LG15: The Last did not win the contest at first, but when the original winner backed out, they became the featured show. LG15: The Last's pilot was released on January 19, 2009, with the official premiere on March 9, 2009. The show ran for ten weeks, followed by a twelve-video finale called "Quietus," which spanned one month, ending on July 28, 2009. A few days later, signs began popping up that there was, in fact, more content to come, until ultimately, it was confirmed in several chats both in- and out of character that there is one more episode to come, long enough to span at least two YouTube uploads. Due to other obligations slowing down the editing process, the airing date of this final episode is not yet known, but the story is continued on the character Twitter accounts, on the comment boards and in live chats in the meantime.


6. L'Gros Show

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L'Gros Show

L'Gros Show is a Canadian situation comedy/mockumentary television series which is broadcast on the Canadian French language music television station Musique Plus. The show stars Mike Ward as Chabot, a comedy character he had previously developed in 2000, and Martin Perizzolo as his friend Poudy. Chabot and Poudy are very much stuck in the 1980s, an obsession which is evidenced by their hairstyles and clothes. Both live in Poudy's mother's basement, where they spend their time playing air guitar and drinking. Part of the show is shot in black-and-white in a mock documentary style.


7. Heavy Metal L-Gaim

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Heavy Metal L-Gaim

Heavy Metal L-Gaim is an anime television series, begun in 1984, which was directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino. Its characters and mecha were designed by Mamoru Nagano, who would later go on to create The Five Star Stories. Heavy Metal L-Gaim takes place in the Pentagona System, a solar system made up of five planets. Oldna Poseidal, the legendary emperor from the planet Gastogal leads his 24 Temple Knights from planet to planet until all have fallen under his control. His final victory is on the planet Mizum in 3975 when he defeats Kamon Walha V, ruler of the Yaman Clan. Kamon hides his heir, Kamon Myroad on the planet Mizum with the legendary white mecha, L-Gaim. Fifteen years later, now grown up and known as Daba Myroad, he leads a rebellion to free the planets of Pentagona from Poseidal's grasp.