Smap×Smap (TV Series 1996– ) Poster

(1996– )

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SMAP×SMAP is a Japanese iconic television show hosted by boy band SMAP. Debuting on April 15, 1996(produced by Kansai TV and Fuji TV, aired on Fuji TV) until it ended on December 26, 2016. Each episode is usually composed of three segments, 1."Bistro SMAP" (cooking-themed interview segment), 2. Segment which varies every week (sketch comedies and games), 3. "S-Live" (musical segment). It has become the show that features the widest range of guests in Japanese television history, including actors, singers, models, athletes, filmmakers, and politicians, both Japanese and from abroad.

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