A mixed bag of G-rated performances ranging from animal acts to headliners, variety programming is a shotgun approach to entertainment, designed to appeal to the broadest of audiences and preferences. The Ed Sullivan Show presented and preserved the concept from 1948 to 1971, satisfying the country’s continuing desire for amusement diversity.
Reminiscent of early television programs like Carol Burnett, Dean Martin, The Smothers Brothers and Sonny and Cher, The VARIETY Show offers a smorgasbord of entertainment and weaves it together with personality, an engaging host, act interaction and comedic skits. Just like you remember it.
Particularly well-suited to today’s remote-control mentality, The Variety Show provides a rapid rotation of quality acts that keeps audiences stimulated.
It’s old school. It worked then, and it works now.