A behind-the-scenes look at the popular boy band, Backstreet Boys.
This performance by the Backstreet Boys in Saitama, Japan was one of over 140 shows held around the world as part of the In a World Like This Tour celebrating the band’s 20th anniversary. It was their first tour as a quintet in seven years after Kevin Richardson rejoined the group in 2012.
1. The Making of "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" 2. "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" [Extended Dance Mix with Dialogue] 3. On the Set of "As Long As You Love Me" 4. "As Long As You Love Me" 5. "All I Have To Give" (Sneak Preview) 6. "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)" 7. Get Down (You're The One For Me)" & "Anywhere For You" [Recorded Live at Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany] 8. "I'll Never Break Your Heart" [Recorded Live at MuchMusic, January 4, 1998] 9. "We've Got It Goin' On"
The band was the first time in 10 years with the complete original cast on stage, including Ur-Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson, who was absent from the last tours. Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson, known collectively as the BACKSTREET BOYS, celebrating this year its 20th anniversary on stage. Founded in Orlando, Florida in 1993, they can on countless hits like 'I Want It That Way', 'Everybody (Backstreets Back) "and" As Long As You Love Me' refer. More than 130 million albums sold worldwide, and she brought her success to them on April 22, 2013 a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
A Night Out with the Backstreet Boys is a romantic, heartfelt, and intimate live performance recorded in Germany in 1998. An introduction with members Kevin Richardson and Howie Dorough explains that the Boys have always wanted to perform for their fans and themselves in an acoustic concert. Much like the well-known MTV Unplugged series, the Backstreet Boys perform with a full orchestra and a small choir for background vocals. There is no choreography, they do mostly ballads and mid-tempo songs, and most of the time they casually sit on bar stools. The group is exposed musically, providing the opportunity to show their fans and their critics that the Backstreet Boys "really do have talent."
Backstreet Boys Disney Show 1999
Backstreet Boys Live in Frankfurt, Germany - World Tour 1997
Backstreet Boys Live in Dallas - Black & Blue Tour 2001
From the O2 Arena in London, Backstreet Boys deliver an electric live show with energetic performances of best-loved favorites such as “I Want It That Way” and “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)”, as well as new tracks “Inconsolable” and “Helpless When She Smiles,” from the current Unbreakable album.
Backstreet Boys Live in Copenhagen, Denmark - MTV Play to Stop - Europe for Climate 2009
Backstreet Boys Live in Seoul, Korea - Never Gone Tour 2006
The Backstreet Boys' Unbreakable Tour was a 2008-2009 concert tour. This was the first Backstreet Boys tour without Kevin Richardson. He did, however, join his band again at the end of the tour in Los Angeles.
The This Is Us Tour was the eighth concert tour by American boy band, the Backstreet Boys. The tour promotes their seventh studio album, This Is Us. The tour reached Europe, Asia, Australasia and the Americas. The tour will be the second concert tour the band has performed as a quartet.
Backstreet Boys - Never Gone Tour Live in Shanghai, China 2006
Music & Musicals, Pop, Rock & Pop - After stepping out of the public eye for three years, the Backstreet Boys returned in 2005 with their comeback album, "Never Gone," and a sound that had evolved. This collection of "Never Gone" videos focuses on the hit tracks "Incomplete," "I Still …" and "Just Want You to Know." Also included are segments about the making of the videos and a backstage interview with the "boys" from a concert in Cologne, Germany.
Backstreet Boys Black & Blue Special Bonus VCD
Originally televised as a pay-per-view New Year's Eve special, this video tracks an emotional performance in the Boys' native state of Florida. Filmed at an arena in Orlando, the five super-studs perform 18 hit songs. As a bonus, each Backstreet Boy sings one solo, showcasing the different vocal styles of these talented singers. Tracks include "That's the Way I Like It," "Hey Mr. DJ," "Just to be Close to You" and more.
The Backstreet Boys' The Video Hits: Chapter One is an entertaining collection of video hits from their albums Backstreet Boys, Millennium, and Black & Blue. It's not an exact duplication of the companion CD, The Hits: Chapter One, as it lacks the video for "Drowning." Each video offers something unique, from sending up the Michael Jackson classic "Thriller" in "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)," to the sci-fi themed "Larger Than Life" to several straight-ahead performances with great sets, special effects, bare chests, and dance breaks. "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely" is an especially moving tribute to the band's personal losses. "I Want It That Way" portrays a stylized road tour and "The One" shows a live performance. The best story video is "The Call," a tale of infidelity and seduction.
Backstreet Boys Live in Argentina - Black & Blue Tour 2001
Backstreet Boys Live in Chile - Vina del Mar Festival 1998
Follow the booze-fueled misadventures of three longtime pals and petty serial criminals who run scams from their Nova Scotia trailer park.
Four teenage boys get lost in the forest and discover, when they return home, that they are in an alternate world identical to theirs except for one startling difference - they were never born.
Water Boys is a Japanese television drama series aired in Japan on Fuji Television in 2003. There is a fairly large cast due to the amount of members in each team. There were 32 swimmers in this drama who were carefully chosen to fit their roles, but none of them had ever done synchronized swimming before.
Mrs. Brown's Boys is a British-Irish award winning sitcom created by and starring writer and performer Brendan O'Carroll. The show is based on O'Carroll's stage plays about the character Agnes Browne, which were developed from books and straight-to-DVD films. The sitcom continues the stories of Agnes, now with the shortened surname "Brown", and her family who are played by real life close friends and family of O'Carroll's. After being slated by critics, the show has become a ratings success in both Ireland, where it is set, and the United Kingdom, where it is recorded. On 29 December 2012 the show began its third series. Mrs Brown's Boys is a co-production among BBC Scotland, BocPix and RTÉ.
The Nasty Boys is a television action drama series based on the real life Narcotics Officers of the North Las Vegas Police Department.
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries is a television series which aired for three seasons on ABC. The series starred Parker Stevenson and Shaun Cassidy as amateur sleuth brothers Frank and Joe Hardy, respectively, and Pamela Sue Martin as girl detective Nancy Drew. The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries was unusual in that it often dealt with the characters individually, in an almost anthological style. That is, some episodes featured only the Hardy Boys and others only Nancy Drew.
My Boys is an American television sitcom that debuted on November 28, 2006, on TBS. The show deals with a female sports columnist in Chicago, Illinois and the men in her life including her brother and her best friend. The show was canceled by TBS on September 14, 2010, making the fourth season finale, broadcast two days prior, the series finale.
A girl is dreaming about becoming a webtoon artist. In order to find material, she approaches an archery club full of good-looking boys by becoming the team's manager.
The Tokyo Shock Boys is a Japanese group of five men who perform dangerous and crude stunts. In 2012 they announced on the Dengeki Network 'Day long takeover' that they had a new member only known as or the Latin 'Joshua', who has now been seen to be 'Baggott' as his nick and brand name suggests from products. The group was formed in Tokyo in 1990. The Tokyo Shock Boys have a huge cult following in Japan and have appeared in many other locales, such as Australia, Canada, Germany and Scotland in the United Kingdom. In 2006 they made appearances in Japanorama, Adam & Joe go Tokyo and the Dirty Sanchez movie. However, their shows are viewed as having more 'magic' stunts rather than painful ones. This was proven in Dirty Sanchez: The Movie as the Tokyo Shock Boys refused to do a show with Dirty Sanchez due to the fact they viewed their stunts to be too extreme. The members of the group are: ⁕Gyuzo ⁕Danna Koyanagi a.k.a. "Buns of Steel" ⁕Sangojugo ⁕Nanbu Torata ⁕Josheu Baggott On volume 2 of the manga Yu-Gi-Oh!, when asked to slide one's foot inside a shoe with a scorpion, Yugi, Jonouchi, and Honda respond, "Who do you think we are, the Tokyo Shock Boys?"
Miki Ishimoto, a recent college graduate, is so excited to have landed her first job! Although she's inexperienced, she's to be the manager for a new boy band. Miki thinks life couldn't be going more smoothly, until she finds out that her new boy band members are all... Greco-Roman stone busts?
Angry Boys is an Australian television mockumentary series written by and starring Chris Lilley. Continuing the mockumentary style of his previous series, the show explores the issues faced by young males in the 21st century – their influences, their pressures, their dreams and ambitions. In Angry Boys, Lilley plays multiple characters: S.mouse, an American rapper; Jen, a manipulative Japanese mother; Blake Oakfield, a champion surfer; Ruth "Gran" Sims, a guard at a juvenile detention facility; and her grandchildren, South Australian twins Daniel and Nathan Sims. The series is a co-production between the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and US cable channel HBO, with a pre-sale to BBC Three in the United Kingdom. Filmed in Melbourne, Los Angeles and Tokyo, Angry Boys premièred on 11 May 2011 at 9:00 pm on ABC1.
Polar opposite friends Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson take an unconventional approach to house flipping in their hometown of Boise, Idaho. While refined designer Luke likes to reach for the stars, rugged contractor Clint remains focused on their bottom line. With an endless inventory of old houses to choose from, the only decision this dynamic duo needs to make is which house to transform next.
"The Birthday Boys" is a scripted original sketch comedy, executive produced by Bob Odenkirk ("Breaking Bad", "Mr. Show") and Ben Stiller ("The Secret Life of Walter Mitty", "Zoolander"). The series features the Los Angeles comedy group of the same name (UCB Theatre Los Angeles, Just for Laughs Festival) along with Odenkirk and is in the classic vein of absurd/silly/smart/funny variety shows ("Mr. Show", Monty Python), featuring sketches that twist real-life moments and cultural touchstones.
Tobio Masubuchi and his friends are ordinary high school students. Due to an incident, their peaceful days are about to change. Tobio’s friends are beaten by students from another high school in their neighborhood. Tobio and his friends scheme to get back the students from the other school. The day they are to carry out their plan, they see the other high school engulfed in flames. Tobio and his friends become suspects.
Wild Boys is an Australian television period drama series that began airing on the Seven Network on 4 September 2011. It is produced by Julie McGauran and Sarah Smith from Southern Star and John Holmes. The series is set in and around the fictional town of Hopetoun and principally filmed in Wilberforce on the Hawkesbury, Nelson, and Glenworth Valley on the New South Wales Central Coast.The series premiered in the UK on TCM UK on 3 March 2013. The series was not renewed after the first season of 13 episodes.
Alan Bleasdale's five-part series relates the further experiences of unemployed Liverpudlian tarmac layers Dixie, Chrissie, Loggo and Yosser, and their revered older friend, retired longshoreman and union leader, George Malone. As they struggle to make ends meet in a depressed economy, and to hold together their financially battered families, they are harrassed by the petty bureaucrats of the DHSS. But the lumbering investigational juggernaut is, both comically and tragically, guided by drivers with only a provisional license.
Boys Be... is a manga created and written by Masahiro Itabashi and illustrated by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi, which was in 2000 adapted into a 13 episode anime series by Hal Film Maker. Three different Boys Be... manga series were serialized by Kodansha in Shukan Shōnen Magazine. In 2009 Kodansha announced a fourth series, Boys Be... Next Season, starting in the November 2009 issue of Magazine Special. The second manga series is licensed in North America by Tokyopop. The anime first aired on WOWOW in April-June 2000. It was licensed by The Right Stuf International. The first DVD volume of the series was released in North America on February 28, 2006. Comcast and several other cable providers have shown Boys Be On Demand in the United States through the Anime Network. This series was aired on AXN-Asia before it handed all anime broadcasting duties to ANIMAX Asia, and, unlike other AXN anime making it to ANIMAX, was never retained. It also aired on Spanish networks Jonu Media and K3.
BBC comedy-drama series about the life of Reg Toomer (Tim Healy), an ex-pat Briton living in Australia and running Melbourne Confidential, a failing private detective agency with his shifty business partner Dennis Tontine. His estranged young cousin Leslie arrives in Melbourne from the United Kingdom after a painful divorce looking for fun and excitement in the new world, instead he finds himself used as a drone for Melbourne Confidential.