ADAM BUCKMAN: Seen on TV: Complete list

Adam Buckman is one of TV’s most sought-after commentator-experts on the subject of TV, with more than 170 appearances on every conceivable channel, talk show and entertainment news show.

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  Seen on:

NEWS NETWORKS:

• CNBC
• CNN
• CNN Headline News
• Court TV
• Financial News Network
• Fox Business News
• Fox News Channel
• MSNBC

NATIONAL MORNING SHOWS:

• “The Today Show” (NBC)
• “Good Morning America” (ABC)

CABLE TV TALK SHOWS:

• “America Now” (CNN)
• “Beyond the News with Georgia Witkin” (Fox News Channel)
• “Capitol Report” (CNBC)
• “Catherine Crier Live” (Court TV)
• “Cavuto” (Fox Business News)
• “Countdown with Keith Olbermann” (MSNBC)
• “Crier Today” (Court TV)
• “Donahue” (MSNBC)
• “FNN Focus” (FNN)
• “Fox & Friends” (Fox News Channel)
• “Hardball” (MSNBC)
• “Hollywood At Large” (Court TV)
• “Kudlow & Cramer” (CNBC)
• “McLaughlin” (CNBC)
• “MediaBuzz” (Fox News Channel)
• “Money Wheel” (CNBC)
• “Morning Line” (MSNBC)
• “MSNBC Live”
• “Nachman” (MSNBC)
• “News Night with Aaron Brown” (CNN)
• “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren” (Fox News Channel)
• “Paula Zahn Now” (CNN)
• “Pros and Cons with Nancy Grace” (Court TV)
• “Reliable Sources” (CNN)
• “Special Edition” (MSNBC)
• “Talkback Live” (CNN)
• “The Abrams Report” (MSNBC)
• “The Big Story with John Gibson” (Fox News Channel)
• “The Edge with Paula Zahn” (Fox News Channel)
• “The Fox Report with Paula Zahn” (Fox News Channel),
• “The Glenn Beck Show” (CNN Headline News)
• “The Mike Barnicle Show” (MSNBC)
• “The News with Brian Williams” (MSNBC/CNBC)
• “The O’Reilly Factor” (Fox News Channel)
• “Wolf Blitzer Reports” (CNN)
• “Your World with Neil Cavuto” (Fox News Channel)

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS SHOWS:

• “Access Hollywood”
• “American Journal”
• “Day & Date”
• “Entertainment Tonight”
• “Extra”
• “Hard Copy”
• “Inside Edition”
• “Showbiz Today”

NON-NEWS CABLE CHANNELS:

• A&E, “Biography: Jerry Springer”
• AMC, “Behind the Screen: The Three Stooges”
• Metro TV, “New York Central”
• TLC, “What a World”
• VH1, “When Jerry Springer Ruled the World”

LOCAL NEW YORK NEWSCASTS:

• WCBS/Ch. 2
• WNBC/Ch. 4
• WNYW/Ch. 5
• WABC/Ch. 7
• WWOR/Ch. 9
• WPIX/Ch. 11

MISCELLANEOUS:

• “The Joe Franklin Show”
• “Howard Stern: Shut Up and Listen” (home-video documentary)
• Tele+ (Italian TV)
• “Theater Talk” (public television)

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Adam Buckman has been interviewed on TV by the best in the business – a Who’s Who of anchors and talk-show hosts:

• Dan Abrams (Court TV, MSNBC)
• Ashleigh Banfield (MSNBC)
• Mike Barnicle (MSNBC)
• Glenn Beck (HLN)
• Bob Berkowitz (FNN)
• Wolf Blitzer (CNN)
• Lisa Bloom (Court TV)
• Neil Cavuto (Fox News Channel, Fox Business News)
• Anderson Cooper (CNN)
• Catherine Crier (Court TV)
• Phil Donahue (MSNBC)
• Joe Franklin (“The Joe Franklin Show”)
• John Gibson (Fox News Channel)
• Nancy Grace (Court TV)
• David Haffenreffer (CNNfn)
• Terry Keenan (Fox News Channel)
• Doug Kennedy (Fox News Channel)
• Brian Kilmeade, Steve Doocy, E.D. Hill (“Fox and Friends”)
• Rikki Klieman (Court TV)
• Sukanya Krishnan (WPIX/Ch. 11)
• Lawrence Kudlow and Jim Cramer (CNBC)
• Howard Kurtz (CNN, Fox News Channel)
• Chris Matthews (MSNBC)
• John McLaughlin (CNBC)
• Terry Moran (“Good Morning America”)
• Jerry Nachman (MSNBC)
• Keith Olbermann (MSNBC)
• Bill O’Reilly (Fox News Channel)
• Frances Rivera (WPIX/Ch. 11)
• Marvin Scott (WPIX/Ch. 11)
• Greta Van Susteren (Fox News Channel)
• Brian Williams (NBC)
• Alex Witt (MSNBC)
• Paula Zahn (Fox News Channel)

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Adam Buckman’s expertise on the subject of television is so wide-ranging that there’s virtually no TV-related topic which he cannot discuss knowledgeably. The breathtaking list of TV topics for which he has been invited on TV to talk about include:

A

• “American Idol”
• Amy Fisher on “Donahue”
• Anna Nicole Smith’s reality show
• Ann Curry
• Anniversary of “I Love Lucy”

B

• “Beavis & Butt-head” controversy
• Brian Williams prime-time show
• Bryant Gumbel and morning TV
• Burt Reynolds’ behavior on “The Tonight Show”
• Bush-Gore debates

C

• Cable news competition
• Campaign commercials
• CBS-Westinghouse merger
• “Chains of Love” reality show
• Charlie Sheen/Ashton Kutcher
• Comedy networks’ merger
• “Confessions” TV show
• Connie Chung’s interview with Newt Gingrich’s mother
• Controversial 9/11 miniseries on ABC
• Coverage of JFK Jr.’s death
• Coverage of the Chandra Levy story

D

• David Caruso
• Death of Carroll O’Connor
• Death of John Ritter
• Dennis Miller on “Monday Night Football”
• Diane Sawyer and Michael Jackson
• “Donahue” declines in the ratings
• Dr. Laura Schlessinger

E

• Ebola news coverage
• Elian Gonzalez
• Emmy Awards/nominations

F

• Fall TV preview
• Former child star Adam Rich
• “Friends” spinoff

G

• Gary Coleman trial
• “Ghost” vs. “Jurassic Park”

H

• Hillary Clinton TV interview
• Howard Stern
• Howard Stern Columbine remarks

I

J

• Jenny Jones civil trial
• “Jeopardy”
• Jerry Springer
• Jimmy Kimmel/“Nightline”
• Jonathon Schmitz retrial
• Julie Andrews

K

• Katie Couric debuts daytime talk show
• Katie Couric joining ABC
• Kathie Lee Gifford
• Kramer’s first name revealed on “Seinfeld”

L

• Late-night wars
• Leno and Schwarzenegger
• Leonardo DiCaprio interviews President Clinton on an ABC special
• Letterman going to CBS
• Letterman hosts the Oscars
• Letterman’s heart bypass

M

• Madonna-Britney Spears kiss
• Mary Tyler Moore
• Michael Jackson/celebrity meltdowns
• Michael Savage
• MTV’s 20th anniversary

N

• “Nightline” war-dead show

O

• OJ Simpson

P

• Paula Deen

Q

R

• Reality TV
• Robin Quivers-Linda Ronstadt controversy
• Roseanne-Mariel Hemingway kiss
• Rosie O’Donnell
• Rumors of a Bill Clinton talk show
• Runaway bride movie deal
• Rush Limbaugh’s drug addiction

S

• Scott Pelley’s debut on CBS News
• Seinfeld calls it quits
• “Sopranos” salaries
• Super Bowl commercials
• Supreme Court TV shows
• “Survivor”
• Syndicated game shows

T

• Talk radio
• Ted Koppel and David Letterman
• Televising executions
• “Temptation Island” reality show
• “The Osbournes”
• The patron saint of television (St. Clare of Assisi)
• The Three Stooges
• “Today Show” changes
• Tonya Harding
• Tony Awards
• Tropical storm Irene coverage
• TV coverage of 2000 election crisis

U

• Use of exit polls by TV networks

V

W

• “Weakest Link” host Anne Robinson
• “West Wing” post-9/11 episode
• Whoopi Goldberg hosts the Oscars
• “Who Wants to Marry a Multimillionaire?”

X

Y

Z

Contact Adam Buckman: adambuckman14@gmail.com

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