Cable network G4 is ending its two longest-running shows. “Attack of the Show!” and “X-Play” will stop airing new programs at the end of the year. “X-Play” launched in 2003 and featured video game news, reviews and demonstrations. “Attack of the Show!” began in 2005 with pop culture, Web and gaming news. Both shows provided a platform for video game culture and were a launching pad for comedians and actors like Michael Ian Black, Rob Huebel, Olivia Munn and Chris Hardwick. The network has not said what kind of programming will replace these shows.
G4 TV is a cable television network dedicated to gaming, technology and entertainment aimed at a young tech savvy audience.