Dear Friend: Kay Tagal Kitang Hinintay is an Philippine drama broadcast on GMA Network. It is the 6th Installment of Dear Friend.
Whatever it Takes is a 2009 British television drama film directed by Andy Hay and starring Shane Ritchie, Amy Beth Hayes, Eva Alexander, Gary Lucy and Ron Cook. Ritchie plays a publicist observing and interacting on the story of Daisy Cockram, a police officer catapulted to fame after she is arrested for public indecency with a footballer in the back of a car and who becomes a national celebrity, which is soon shown to have many pitfalls. The moral of the story being "be careful what you wish for". It was first aired on ITV & UTV on Sunday 26 July 2009.
Dear Friend Presents: Bakasyonistas is an Philippine drama aired on GMA Network. It is the 5th installment of Dear Friend. The series is shot in Anilao, Batangas. The series started on June 14, 2009 and ended on July 5, 2009.
The Runaway Barge is the pilot for an unsold TV series. Bo Hopkins, Tim Matheson and Jim Davis star as three owners of a Mississippi river tugboat who find themselves neck deep in a kidnapping and hijacking plot.
Jeevan Saathi - Humsafar Zindagi Ke is an Indian television series aired on Colors, based on the love story of Neil and Viraj. The series premiered on July 21, 2008, and is produced by Bollywood film comedy-actor Paresh Rawal. Jeevan Saathi follows the story of Viraj Rathod's life and how she beats the obstacles thrown out by her father, the egoistic Vikramaditya Rathod. Viraj Rathod purely loved a foreigner named Neil Fernandez, until his father Vikramaditya Rathod and his brother Vanraj, planned to get Viraj married as quickly as they could. Finally, at the last minute, Viraj revealed the truth. Vikramaditya Rathod then decided to get her married to a mute person, named Ishwar. At first, Viraj starts to hate Ishwar, but slowly they start to like each other. Upon this, Viraj decides to take revenge from her father due to his insults and behavior. Viraj decides to stop Vikramaditya's vote in the congress. When she makes her father Vikram Rathod lose the elections, her father can not tolerate it and then tells everyone in the public that her daughter is mental. He even sends her to thte Mental Hospital. Ishwar her husband keeps on coming to the mental hospital to save her. At the end Viraj is mental. Ishwar somehow takes her out of the mental hospital and takes her to her mother. Her mother tells Ishwar that her husband and brother in law are planning to kill them both. Viraj's mum gives Ishwar money to look after her daughter. When Ishwar and mental Viraj sit in the taxi the man tricks them and takes their money. Ishwar goes to another village and starts working in a takeaway. She lives with an old woman and her son. Their a cunning man tries to rape Viraj, but then Ishwar saves her. Viraj's mum is keeping on going out of home. When one day Kamakshi's huband sees her and follows her. He missed her once but then doesnt the second time. He sees her visiting Neil, who was proves DEAD. Then he doesnt do anything. Ishwar is trying to help Viraj regain her memeory from help of Baba sahib. Then later on, Viraj's memory comes back but she only remembers her best part of her lufe which ends when Neil and her were getiing married. She doesnt even remember Ishwar who helped through her life. Later on she assembles through her life and then accepts Ishwar as her husband. Ishwar has got a very high paid job has making sculptures and is earning lots of money. Ishwar is being targeted by someone who wants to kill him. Will he be safe and secure?
Bandhan Saat Janamon Ka is an Indian television series which premiered on Colors on July 21, 2008. The story is of an intelligent, mature, simple girl who gets married to be caught up dowry worries. First of all, she completes her dream marriage between her and Parth, when the Gupta family confront the Agarwal family about arranging 2.5 million for the release of their son Parth who was allegedly in prison. Unfortunately, in greed of money the Gupta family consistently started to harass Trilok Agarwal, to arrange for the 2.5 million. Their demand began to begin a burden for Janvi's father, and he tried to sell Manohar's side of his house for rent, but Shobhna, refused her side of the house to be sold. This made Janvi's father suffer even more, and becoming more prone to asthma attacks, had finally found the truth about the Gupta family, that they were money-hungry, and would maltreat Janvi to make Janvi's father pay up his debt as quick as possible.Whilst this was taking place, Janvi was locked in the dark storeroom to wake up early in the morning to do morning chores. She was constantly harassed in her room, with people trying to scare her. Finally at his limit, he died of an asthma attack after Shobhna had gone over a daily row over spending and doling out costs.
Men of Annapolis is a 41-episode half-hour syndicated drama television series in anthology format which aired from 1957–1958 and was hosted by the voice of Art Gilmore. Darryl Hickman appeared four times on the program as Dusty Rhodes, a fictitious midshipman at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
A Case of Deadly Force is an American made-for-tv drama film that was released on April 9, 1986. The movie was shot in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, starring Richard Crenna, John Shea and Dylan Baker. It was adapted from the book "Deadly Force" by Lawrence O'Donnell.
Super Junior Mini-Drama, also called Super Junior Drama Series or Super Junior Productions, was a variety game show hosted by the Korean boy band Super Junior where they would write, produce and star in their own drama series. It first aired on August 16, 2006 on M-Net. Before each drama episode, the members will play games to determine which of two teams Prince Team or Pearl Blue Team they will be part of. The winning team will get a bonus feature for their drama. Their performances are judged and rated online, and at the end whichever team gets the most points receives a vacation to Japan.
Sharp 2, also called Sharp #2, was a Korean TV drama that aired from March 6, 2005 to February 26, 2006 on KBS2.
Anatomy of Hope was a planned 2009 medical drama based on Jerome Groopman's book The Anatomy of Hope: How People Prevail in the Face of Illness about the lives of cancer patients in a hospital. The series was planned to be directed by J. J. Abrams and to be aired on HBO. It was not picked up to series.
Young American Bodies is an American web series, which originally premiered on Nerve.com and currently airs on IFC and at IFC.com in the United States. Each short episode looks into the intersecting love lives of six twenty-somethings in Chicago The series is produced and directed by Joe Swanberg, the director of Hannah Takes The Stairs and Nights and Weekends.
Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years is a 1999 American television movie directed by Lynne Littman. The film is an adaptation of the 1993 New York Times bestselling oral history written by Sarah L. Delany, A. Elizabeth Delany, and journalist Amy Hill Hearth. The telefilm adaptation was written by Emily Mann, who also adapted the book to the Broadway stage. The film first aired on CBS on April 18, 1999, just three months after Sadie died. The daughters of a former slave who became the first Black person elected Bishop in the Episcopal Church in the United States, the sisters were Civil Rights pioneers but were unknown until journalist Amy Hill Hearth interviewed them for a feature story in The New York Times in 1991. The sisters were then 100 and 102 years old. Sadie, the older of the sisters, was the first Black person permitted to teach Domestic Science at the high school level in the New York City public schools. Bessie was the second black woman licensed to practice dentistry in New York State. The biopic deals with the trials and tribulations they faced during a century of life. The sisters share their stories with Ms. Hearth, the journalist. Pivotal scenes are re-enacted through flashbacks.
Looking Back in Anger was a 1989 Hong Kong TV series and one of the most watched TVB series by Chinese people in Hong Kong and around the world. Many factors contributed to the success of this series. As well as its tragic but memorable storyline, this series featured a strong cast, with Felix Wong, Deric Wan, Carina Lau, Kathy Chow Hoi-Mei and Maggie Shiu. The popular theme song of the series "Yat sang ho kau" was sung by Danny Chan and later by Deric Wan himself.
Madhouse on Castle Street is a British television play, broadcast by BBC Television on the evening of 13 January 1963, as part of the Sunday Night Play strand. It was written by Evan Jones and directed by Philip Saville. The production is notable for featuring the young American folk music singer Bob Dylan, who went on to become a major musical star. The play was made with electronic video cameras, although recorded onto film rather than tape. The only known copy of the play was junked in 1968, as was the standard practice of the time, despite the fact that Dylan and lead actor David Warner were by then famous. Although extensive searches have been made by the BBC, only partial audio recordings of four songs sung by Dylan survive.
Middle Ages is an American comedy-drama television series that aired from September 3 until October 1, 1992.
The Sign of Love is a Burmese dramatic television series, the first Burmese language series to be aired on Burmese television stations. The Sign of Love is currently in its third season, with its season premiere on 18 March 2013. The series was entered into the 2013 Seoul International Drama Awards. The series is jointly produced by two local directors, Kaung Zan and Htin Kyaw, and a French team lead by director Benoit de Lorme. The selected cast consists of relatively unknown actors. The series' screenwriters include J. Dennis C Teodosio and Aye Kyi Tha Han.