Parking Wars is a reality television series which airs on the A&E television network. The program follows traffic enforcement employees as they ticket, "boot," and tow cars as part of their parking enforcement duties. The show began airing on January 8, 2008. The seventh season premiered October 6, 2012.
Big Ticket, is a BBC National Lottery game show that was broadcast on BBC One from 28 March 1998 to 11 July 1998. The programme was hosted by Patrick Kielty and Anthea Turner.
One Way Ticket is a Pakistani sitcom that premiered in 2012. The sitcom is directed by Danish Nawaz and produced by Anila Danish. Drama serial is broadcasting on Hum TV every Saturday at 7:30 PM starring Danish Nawaz and Fatima Effendi. It was released on June 11, 2011.
Winning Streak: Dream Ticket was a weekly Irish game show in which five contestants play a number of games to win cars, holidays, and cash prizes up to €500,000. Broadcast on Saturday nights between 13 September 2008 until 6 June 2009 on RTÉ One, the game show is among the channel's most popular programmes, often ranking among the top five in the ratings. However, there was a significant drop in viewership in the 2008/2009 series. Prize money for the show is funded by the Irish National Lottery, with entry to the game based on National Lottery scratchcards. In 2008 the show was revamped and rebranded Winning Streak - Dream Ticket. There were new presenters, Kathryn Thomas and Aidan Power, a new set, new games and a completely new and updated format. The set is now bright and modern, but is inspired by a retro 1970s style, with a light up "disco style" floor, and a "funky" glittered backdrop. There are viewer text competitions and audience prizes, with five players being guaranteed at least €20,000 for their participation and one of these has the chance of winning €250,000. The programme is now available to watch worldwide online. With these updates the show has gone through the most changes in its history.
Tickets for the Titanic was a British anthology series of television plays, transmitted on Channel 4, that ran for two three-episode seasons in 1987 and 1988. The title came from the concept of Britain in the mid/late-1980s being a sinking ship. The series was produced by William G Stewart, and made by his company, Regent Productions.