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|World's Most Amazing Videos|
|Created by||Bruce Nash|
|Narrated by||Stacy Keach|
|Composer(s)||Shawn K. Clement|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||73|
|Executive producer(s)||Andrew Jebb|
|Running time||42 minutes |
|Production company(s)||Nash Entertainment|
|Distributor||Alfred Haber Distribution|
MTV Networks International
NBCUniversal Television Distribution
|Original network||US: NBC / Spike / CMT / Chiller (TV channel)|
UK: Bravo ID: ANTV
|Picture format||4:3 480i (NTSC)|
|Original release||March 3, 1999 –|
September 19, 2013
World's Most Amazing Videos was a reality television series that showcased accidents, disasters, police chases and other extraordinary events that were caught on video camera. These videos normally shown anybody involved in these aforementioned incidents survive nonetheless. Although it is similar in content to other series like Real TV and Maximum Exposure, it took a more serious tone. Originally, the show was produced for NBC, mainly to fill time when other shows were cancelled. A new series of episodes of the show were created in 2006 first-run for Spike, after a six-year hiatus from the NBC stint.
Until 2007, all episodes of the show were narrated by Stacy Keach. From that point on, the season was narrated by Erik Thompson. The show was broadcast in the UK on Bravo and Channel One, in which David Wartnaby served as the narrator of the first season followed by Lee Boardman in the second season of broadcast and was expected to return in 2012. In Australia, it is shown on the pay-TV channel FOX8. The series was given its own local name titled Global Shockers for the Philippines market and it was hosted by Johnny Delgado.
- "Nash Entertainment — World's Most Amazing Videos — About the Show". Nashentertainment.com. Retrieved 2012-06-19.