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America’s Funniest Home Videos (often simply abbreviated to AFHV or its on-air abbreviation AFV) is an American reality television program airing on ABC, which features humorous homemade videos that are submitted by viewers. The most common videos feature unintentional physical comedy (arising from incidents, accidents, and mishaps), pets or children, and some staged practical jokes.

Originally airing as a special on November 26, 1989, it debuted as a regular weekly series on January 14, 1990. Initially, it was hosted by Bob Saget for the 1989 special and the first eight seasons of the series incarnation, then by John Fugelsang and Daisy Fuentes for its ninth and tenth seasons. After two years of being shown as occasional specials, hosted by various actors and comedians such as D.L. Hughley and Richard Kind, ABC brought the series back on Friday nights in the summer of 2001 with new host Tom Bergeron, who has since become the series’ longest-serving host. Season 24 began on October 13, 2013.[1][2] Before the show was renewed for a 25th season in May 2014, Bergeron announced in March 2014 that he will not be hosting the show after that season.[3]
Executive produced by Vin Di Bona, Todd Thicke and Michele Nasraway,[4] it is currently the longest-running prime time entertainment program on ABC (both on the network’s current schedule and dating back to ABC’s incorporation as a television network in 1948). It is based on the Tokyo Broadcasting System program Fun TV with Kato-chan and Ken-chan, which featured a segment in which viewers were invited to send in video clips from their home movies; ABC, who owns half of the program, pays a royalty fee to the Tokyo Broadcasting System for the use of the format.[5] A more similar concept in that a whole 30-to-45-minute show consisted of nothing but short clips from amateur home videos with slapstick-like accidents presented by a host began broadcasting only two months after the start of Fun TV with Kato-chan and Ken-chan in Japan, under the title Pleiten, Pech und Pannen (lit., “Crashes, bad luck, and slip ups”) in Germany in March 1986, that program lasted until 2003.

American television series inspired by AFV??’?s format that are not related to the series itself include The Planet’s Funniest Animals, The World’s Funniest!, The World’s Funniest Moments, Funniest Pets & People and It Only Hurts When I Laugh; however, most of the series inspired by AFV (with the minor exception of The Planet’s Funniest Animals) have not matched the success of America’s Funniest Home Videos and have not lasted as long. Several local television stations, even those not affiliated with ABC, also developed special funny home video segments in their newscasts during the early 1990s, inspired by the series.


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