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List of programs broadcast by G4

 

List of programs broadcast by G4

This is a list of television programs formerly broadcast by the U.S. cable television channel G4.

Former programming

Original

Acquired

Programming Blocks

Movie Presentations

  • Movies That Don't Suck (2008-2012)
  • G4 Movies (2012-2013)

Annual event specials

X-Play All Access

Web shows

  • Feedback
  • Fighting Words
  • First 15
  • Fresh Ink Online
  • The MMO Report
  • Talkabouts
  • Sessler's Soapbox

G-Spot shorts

Most of these interstitial programs are AOTS and X-Play segments that aired outside the programs during some commercial breaks prior to May 20, 2012.
  • Epic Fail - A segment showing viral videos of spectacular fails.
  • The Feed - An AOTS host would give top stories in the gaming, tech, TV, and movie industry.
  • Filter - In this condensed version, a host would give Top 3 lists, such as the Top 3 Video Gaming Vixens.
  • G4 Urban Dictionary
  • Game Break - News and views on the latest in the world of video games, as presented by the experts that rate them.
  • Indie Games - Hosted by Kevin Pereira, this segment shows the latest independently-made video games.
  • Morgan Minute - Hosted by Morgan Webb, this segment shows the latest games designed specifically for women.
  • Tech Alert - This segment shows the latest and cool gadgets. These are rated on a scale of 1-5.
  • We've Got Questions, You've Got Answers - The staff of G4 posts a question, and viewers take to their webcams for their responses.
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