Frank Bartlett has been tortured, embarrassed, and humiliated by his brother Bruce — usually on film — his entire life. Now that Bruce is finally off drugs and has turned his life around, things should be different. They are not.
The speedy blue hedgehog gets a new look in this comedy/adventure series that sees him battling a familiar foe with sidekick Tails and pals Knuckles, Amy and Sticks. The gang tries to ward off the evil plans of Dr. Eggman, who is hellbent on taking over the world. Sonic faces regular battles with Eggman's henchmen, including loyal robots Orbot and Cubot, evil interns, and giant, robotic monsters.
Boom! was an American reality television series that aired on Spike TV in 2005. It featured a group of demolition experts using explosives to destroy objects such as trailers, houses, boats and cars. Often, the suggestions on what should be blown up were sent in by home viewers via a "BOOM! Mailbag". Each episode covered obtaining the materials, cleaning, gutting, and rigging the thing with explosives, and then making the final countdown and pushing the detonator, and watching the devastation.
Get ready for BOOM!, the new game show that fuses family entertainment with the thrill and intensity of a blockbuster action movie. Full of comedy, color, tension and excitement, BOOM! is a general knowledge quiz show that challenges teams of three players to defuse the game show’s ticking slime-bombs, by cutting the wires relating to the correct answers and leaving the wrong answers untouched. Get it right – and the players win big money. Get it wrong – and, after a tense countdown, the slime-bombs detonate, showering the players – and portions of the audience – with mystery goop that could be anything from guacamole to mashed potatoes, forcing the players out of the game.
Boom! Boom! The Explosion of Irish Comedy was a four-part Irish television programme broadcast on RTÉ One in 2008. Presented by Colm Meaney it focused on the positive changes that occurred in Irish comedy during the Celtic Tiger years. It combined rare and memorable performances from the archives with contemporary interviews with the featured comedians to explain how this transformation came about and who the people responsible for it were. Boom! Boom! was broadcast on Thursdays at 22:15, beginning on 10 July 2008. The series was filmed from May through early July 2008 around various Dublin locations including the Comedy Cellar, the Gaiety Theatre and Vicar Street. The series was directed by Cormac Larkin. Producer Catherine Munro told IFTN that the series was a review of the last 25 years in Irish comedy. "We interviewed comedians including Kevin Gildea, Ann Gildea and Sue Collins from "The Nualas", actor Michael McElhatton, Brendan O'Carroll, PJ Gallagher and new talent Jarlath Regan. We also talked to Father Ted writer Arthur Mathews and producer Shay Healy, who both contributed to Irish comedy's success."
Baby Boom is a Singaporean TV series aired on MediaCorp Channel 8 in 2003.
Shaka Laka Boom Boom is a Television series that firstly aired on DD National channel. After Sometimes The show taken up by STAR Plus. The story revolves around a magic pencil. Due to its popularity among children, the series was also shown on STAR Utsav channel. Currently, the series is being re-telecast on STAR Plus abroad.
Karine and Patrick are a loving but debt-ridden couple. Their only solution is to swallow their pride and accept to sleep in Karine’s parents’ basement –with all the conditions and sacrifices the new situation brings …
Baby Boom is an American sitcom series starring Kate Jackson. The series is based on the 1987 film Baby Boom. The pilot premiered September 10, 1988 on NBC, and the series began on November 2, 1988.
Boom Town is a structured-reality television and comedy sketch show series produced by independent company Knickerbockerglory for BBC. It first aired on BBC Three in August and September 2013. Directed by Hannah Springham and produced by Jonathan Stadlen, the series features a cast of eccentrics playing their own alter-egos, including their "own catchphrases, eccentricities and larger than life personalities".
Joe the Little Boom Boom was an animated television series first produced between 1960 to 1963 and later remade into an animated feature film in 1973. The show and the film were created by Jean Image, one of the leading French animators of his time.
Da Boom Crew is a children's television series, first shown on Kids' WB. It received the network’s worst ever 11:30 am first show audience for boys 6-11, females 9-14 and males 9-14. In the US, the show was canceled after four out of the 13 episodes made. The program was produced by Berliner Film Companie in association with Jambalaya Studios in Los Angeles, California.
An adrenaline-fueled ride through the culture of speculation, innovation and disruption during Silicon Valley’s unprecedented tech boom and subsequent bust in the 1990s. This mostly scripted series weaves in select documentary elements that help tell the true inside story of the internet’s formative years.
Bim Bam Boom is a Canadian children's television series which aired on CBC Television between November 18, 1955 and January 13, 1956. The show featured three clowns, named Bim, Bam and Boom, who told fairy tales and performed. The clown Boom was a human actor played by John Allen. Bim and Bam were puppets controlled by Kitty Dutcher and voiced by Rosemary Malkin and Sam Payne.
Komiks Presents: Kapitan Boom is the first fantaserye offering in the Komiks series aired on ABS-CBN. This series is based on the comic strip Kapitan Boom by Mars Ravelo.
Follow Charlie, Kirby, and Patrick as they travel around the United States to learn about different kinds of trees—and what makes nature incredibly awesome. Science and history are explained with paper cutouts and goofy girl Casey back at headquarters.
Each episode of this series, set in contemporary Los Angeles, examines one crime from many different viewpoints - uniformed cops, detectives, witnesses, the media, the fire department and rescue squad, even the criminals themselves.
Boom-a-Bang: 50 Years of Eurovision is a one hour documentary that aired on BBC One on 16 May 2006. The programme celebrates 50 years of the Eurovision Song Contest. The programme was presented and narrated by long serving Eurovision commentator Terry Wogan. It included a guest appearance from the UK representative for the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest Daz Sampson as well as archive footage from previous UK and other entries from previous song contest.