Lawrence, an aging, lonely civil servant falls for Gina, an enigmatic young woman. When he takes her to the G8 Summit in Reykjavik, however, their bond is tested by Lawrence's professional obligations.
Café Meineid is a German courtroom comedy television series based on actual cases. The series aired 147 episodes from 1990 to 2003 and ended with the death of lead actor Erich Hallhuber.
The coffee machine of a small company is the scene of discussions between employees. Private life, professional life, gossip, mockery, ... everything goes!
Bagdad Cafe is an American television sitcom starring Whoopi Goldberg and Jean Stapleton. The series premiered March 30, 1990 on CBS. The show is based on the 1987 Percy Adlon film Bagdad Cafe.
Nightmare Cafe is a short-lived American telefantasy program which aired on NBC for an abridged first season from January to April 1992. While the overall tone of the program was that of a mystical fantasy, it frequently incorporated elements of dark humor, horror, and even outright comedy. A total of six episodes were produced before low ratings led to its cancellation. The series has subsequently been shown on the Sci Fi Channel as part of their Series Collection. The series began showing on NBC Universal's horror and suspense-themed cable channel, Chiller in March 2009.
Coffee House is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Kang Ji-hwan, Park Si-yeon, Ham Eun-jung, and Jung Woong-in. It aired on SBS from May 17 to July 27, 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 20:45 for 18 episodes. The early working title was Page One.
The 'Blind Date Cafe', operated by the MCs/cast members Lee Juk, Yoo In Na, and Yang Se Hyung, will be a cafe specializing in blind date meetings. The cast members will observe various non-celebrities undergo blind dates, while serving and operating the cafe.
The Café is a British sitcom written by and starring Ralf Little and Michelle Terry broadcast by Sky1.
The Tromaville Cafe was a television program broadcast by the BBC in the United Kingdom from 1997–2000 that would regularly showcase classic Troma films. Episodes of the show have appeared on numerous DVD releases from Troma and is one of the most sought out television shows in their library. The episodes were known for their cheap quality and off-colour humour, which was and still is today rare for a television sitcom. The show featured Lloyd Kaufman as himself, different actors portraying Toxie, Paul Krymse as Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D., Stephen Blackehart as Felix the French Trickster and scantily clad Tromettes playing waitress/action news reporters. Another regular on the show was Joe Fleishaker who portrayed Troma VP and co-founder Michael Herz.
Storyteller Café is a CG video series produced for children by CBN Animation. It is in production, and nine episodes have been released. The series features Gallop, the fun-loving horse; Tex, a lasso-slinging yoyo; Tina, an elephant ballerina; and Chip, a Martian computer expert. Storyteller Café is mastered in 720p high-definition for broadcast and features Dolby Digital Surround EX and DTS 5.1 Surround Sound. Many of the episodes released on DVD provide three viewer-selectable angles: storyboard, playblasts, and final render.
Monster Café is a Children's BBC comedy programme about three monsters working in Monster Café, where they meet weird monsters, serve weird food and battle with their evil boss, the baroness. The series aired from 1994 - 1995. The Series started to be aired on Cbeebies in November 2007, but after complaints on BBC Message Boards and direct to the BBC regarding how the programme scared young children, it was pulled from the schedule.
Salam Cafe is an Australian comedy talk show. Produced by RMITV, and originally airing on Channel 31 from 31 April 2005 under the title Ramadan TV, the show began a revamped ten week run on the SBS from 7 May 2008. Hosted by Ahmed Imam and starring various Muslim panellists, including Waleed Aly and Susan Carland, the show presents a light hearted, humorous view on life as a Muslim in Australia through panel discussion and a series of sketches that lampoon the representation of Muslims in Australia and the Islamic way of life. The show was filmed in front of a live audience in Sydney and Melbourne.
Net Cafe was a US television series documenting the internet boom of the late 1990s. It was broadcast from 1996 to 2002 and hosted by Stewart Cheifet, Jane Wither, and Andrew deVries. The show was effectively a spin-off of the long-running PBS series Computer Chronicles.
Paradise Café is a teen television series that premiered on 6 January 2009 on CBBC Channel and TV2. It was a co-production between New Zealand's Gibson Group and UK company Initial, a division of Endemol. The first series started on 6 January 2009 and ended on 31 March 2009. The second series premiered in the United Kingdom and New Zealand on 17 January 2011 and the final episode aired on 7 February 2011. There will be no series 3 because it was announced on twitter by the cast.