Spy TV

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Spy TV
Format reality television
Directed by Jeff Boggs
Richard Brian DiPirro
Roy Eisenstein
Wesley Eure
Presented by Michael Ian Black (2001)
Ali Landry (2002)
Composer(s) Jim McKeever
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 27
Production
Executive producer(s) Eric Westmore
Jeff Boggs
John de Mol
Producer(s) Brad Bishop
Byl Carruthers
Lisa A. Higgins
Editor(s) Matt Deitrich
William Flicker
Andrew Kozar
Don Misraje
Dan Morando
Rich Remis
Cinematography Patrick Higgins
Camera setup multi-camera
Running time 30 minutes (including commercials)
Production company(s) Endemol Entertainment
Lock and Key Productions
Next Entertainment
Distributor National Broadcasting Company
Broadcast
Original run June 21, 2001 – September 28, 2002
External links
Production website

Spy TV is an American hidden camera reality television series hosted by Michael Ian Black and Ali Landry. The show was broadcast on NBC in which pranks were pulled on people by their friends. The show was cancelled after two seasons.

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