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October 22, 2021
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"America's Funniest Home Videos" was inspired by a series of successful TV specials, where home viewers were invited to send in videotapes of their "funniest" moments. In "AFHV," host Saget provided commentary to the home videos which often showed wedding and sports bloopers, children and pets either being themselves or getting into trouble, furniture or other objects giving way (usually contributing to someone's fall) and "comical" reactions to getting inadvertently hit (usually in the groin). Sometimes, certain videos were grouped into themes, such as Christmas or a summer vacation, or had sentimental value to them, such as a marriage proposal; other times, videos were set to classic rock tunes. The top three videos of the week as selected by the producers were eligible for each week's $10,000 top prize; the audience would electronically vote for their one favorite video. Weekly winners got to compete in a later special for a $100,000 top prize.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: November 26, 1989

Also Known As: Full rulle, Amerika legviccesebb home videói |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Norway (7) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

clip show
home video

Company Credits

Production Co: ABC Productions, Vin Di Bona Productions |  See more »


Katie Uhlmann
as Guest
Conrad Hurtt
as Army Soldier
Carrie Ann Inaba
as Self
Jennifer M. Evans
as Self - Virtual Audience in 31:08
Martin Mull
as Self - Judge
Greg Sorvig
as Self - Finalist #1 'Tablet Trickery'
Candace Cameron Bure
as Self
Sam Macaroni
as Self
Jonathon Chichakly
as Self
Picabo Street
as Self - Judge
Bob Saget
as Self - Host/Self
Dave Coulier
as Self
John Fugelsang
as Self - Host/Host
Cristela Alonzo
as Self
Leslie Nielsen
as Self
Jim Ford
as Self - golfing clip
Katherine Isbell
as Self - Finalist #1 'Tablet Trickery'
Jodie Sweetin
as Self
Tonya Lawson
as Girl Jumping Out of Cake
Leanne Tarrab
as Audience member
Michael Hardison
as Self
Stephen White
as Self - Virtual Audience
Stevel Marc
as Self
Alfonso Ribeiro
as Self - Host/Self
Ivy Stokes
as Self
Daisy Fuentes
as Self - Hostess/Self
Tim Stokes
as Self/Drive-In Movie Date/The Bachelor
Kristin Malley
as Girl in Scene
Dian Van Patten
as Audience participant
David Schroeder
as Santa Claus
Lori Loughlin
as Self
Tom Kane
as Self - Sub-Announcer
Stephen Burrows
as Abe Lincoln/Detective/Doofus/Elvis/Gagman/Gagman Returns/NYPD Blue Elvis/Phillipe Delapino/Shriner/The Amazing Phillipe Delapino/Turkey Man/Used Car Salesman
Rachel Sorvig
as Self - Finalist #1 'Tablet Trickery'
Anthony Anderson
as Self
Kallie Flynn Childress
as Self
Kathy Griffin
as Self - Judge
Paris Dylan
as Sketch Performer
Molly C. Quinn
as Self - Guest
Gary Owens
as Announcer/Self - Sub-Announcer
Sue Sorvig
as Self - Finalist #1 'Tablet Trickery'
Johnny Maio
as Cruise Ship Boy
Jared Maltzman
as Boy in Safari restaurant segment
Chuck Riley
as Self - Sub-Announcer
USC Trojan Marching Band
as Themselves
Steve Whitmire
as Kermit the Frog
Scott Weinger
as Self
Mary-Kate Olsen
as Self
John Stamos
as Self
Ernie Anderson
as Self - Announcer
Jody Maltzman
as Woman in Safari Restaurant Segment
Stephanie Walters
as Self
Tom Bergeron
as Self - Host/Self
Kyle Langdon-Weyrich
as Self
Gigi Wolfe
as Audience Member
Keily Sandoval
as Audience
as Self - Judge
Ashly DelGrosso
as Self
Andrea Barber
as Self
Ashley Olsen
as Self
Kellie Martin
as Self/Self - Host
Nigel Neale
as Arm Pit Player
Donna Stokes
as Drive-in Movie Date/Self
Bill Blair
as Male Patient
Ty Pennington
as Self
Tracee Ellis Ross
as Self
Brian Coghill
as Audience Extra
Jess Harnell
as Announcer
Charlie O'Donnell
as Self - Sub-Announcer
Rod Knoll
as Nerdy Sketch Player

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1989 | 19 Episodes

Season 2

1990 | 25 Episodes

Season 3

1991 | 25 Episodes

Season 4

1992 | 25 Episodes

Season 5

1993 | 25 Episodes

Season 6

1994 | 25 Episodes

Season 7
Season 8

1996 | 30 Episodes

Season 10

1998 | 20 Episodes

Season 11

2001 | 15 Episodes

Season 12

2002 | 14 Episodes

Season 13

2002 | 24 Episodes

Season 14

2003 | 22 Episodes

Season 15

2004 | 22 Episodes

Season 16

2005 | 24 Episodes

Season 17

2006 | 26 Episodes

Season 18

2007 | 22 Episodes

Season 19

2008 | 24 Episodes

Season 20

2009 | 24 Episodes

Season 21

2010 | 24 Episodes

Season 22

2011 | 22 Episodes

Season 23

2012 | 22 Episodes

Season 24

2013 | 22 Episodes

Season 25

2014 | 23 Episodes

Season 26

2015 | 22 Episodes

Season 27

2016 | 22 Episodes

Season 28

2017 | 22 Episodes

Season 29

2018 | 22 Episodes

Season 30

2019 | 22 Episodes

Season 31

2020 | 22 Episodes

Season 32

2021 | 1 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

BMI Film & TV Awards 1990


BMI Film & TV Awards

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1991


ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

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