Beverly Hills, 90210 1990

Beverly Hills, 90210 followed the lives of a group of teenagers living in the upscale, star-studded community of Beverly Hills, California and attending the fictitious West Beverly Hills High School and, subsequently, the fictitious California University after graduation.

The Hills 2006

After high school graduation, "Laguna Beach" alumna Lauren sets out to live on her own in Los Angeles and work as an intern at Teen Vogue.

Devious Maids 2013

The series centers on four Latina maids working in the homes of Beverly Hills’ wealthiest and most powerful families, and a newcomer who made it personal after a maid was murdered and determined to uncover the truth behind her demise, and in the process become an ally in their lives.

Shahs of Sunset 2012

Follow a group of affluent young Persian-American friends who juggle their flamboyant, fast-paced L.A. lifestyles with the demands of their families and traditions.

90210 2008

90210 revolves around several students at the fictional West Beverly Hills High School, including new Beverly Hills residents Annie Wilson and Dixon Wilson. Their father, Harry Wilson, has returned from Kansas to his Beverly Hills childhood home with his family to care for his mother, former television and theater actress Tabitha Wilson, who has a drinking problem and clashes with his wife Debbie Wilson. Annie and Dixon struggle to adjust to their new lives while making friends and yet adhering to their parents' wishes.

Harry Hill's TV Burp 2002

Harry Hill's TV Burp is a British television comedy programme that ran for 11 years from 2001 to 2012. It was produced by Avalon Television for ITV and hosted by comedian Harry Hill. The show presents a look at the week's television, including extracts from TV shows with added sketches, observational voice-overs, and guest appearances. The show is based on clips of the previous week of programming on television, frequently reinterpreting actions or lines of dialogue in a humorous way, or pointing out how views of props or sets amusingly resemble other objects, and often lightheartedly or sarcastically commenting on the actual intended content of the programme. To produce the show, Hill and his programme associate writing team, including Brenda Gilhooly, Paul Hawksbee, Dan Maier, Joe Burnside and David Quantick, watch significant amounts of television, much on preview tapes. Clips from a variety of shows across most channels are included in the show, with soaps, dramas and popular-factual series being the most commonly represented genres. The clips are shown outside of the context of their original programme and only limited information about the scene is given, as the focus of the show's treatment is on the often unintentional humour which can be derived from the scene. The show was filmed at Teddington Studios, Greater London, in Studio 1 for series 1 to 8. From series 9 to 11, the studio has been the BBC Television Centre in London.

Adam Hills Tonight 2011

Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight has all the usual talk show trimmings – celebrity guests, great comedy and live music - with all the excitement and spontaneity you’d expect from one of the country’s best live comedians.

Beverly Hills Teens 1987

Beverly Hills Teens is an animated children's television program which debuted in 1987, animated by DIC Entertainment. The namesake teenagers have exaggerated wealth, and face stereotypical teenage concerns. They represent a variety of European backgrounds. There are sixty-five episodes all in one season, each thirty minutes long. The original title song was performed in both the English and French versions by Valérie Barouille. The show originally aired in first-run syndication in the United States. In 1989, Beverly Hills Teens was nominated for the Young Artist award for Best Animated Series. In the same year, the show was syndicated by Claster Television as part of a package featuring Maxie's World and the non-DIC series It's Punky Brewster. The French dub is known as BéCéBéGé, or sometimes Le Club BCBG, a title derived from the acronym BCBG, which stands for "bon chic, bon genre". It aired on Antenne 2 in 1988.

Hidden Hills 2002

Hidden Hills is an American sitcom that aired on NBC during the 2002-2003 TV season. Based on the book Surviving Suburbia, the series was created by Peter Segal and Ric Swartzlander. The theme song was "Pleasant Valley Sunday", made famous by The Monkees.

Baldwin Hills 2007

Baldwin Hills is an American reality television series featuring African-American teenagers from the Baldwin Hills district in Los Angeles, California. The series aired on BET from July 2007 to March 2009.

#RichKids of Beverly Hills 2014

A look into the privileged lives of several twenty-somethings. Luxury. Style. Drama. Jet-Setting. Fun-employed. Fashion. Welcome to the lives of the most elite young socialites and stars of E!'s "#RichKids of Beverly Hills". The series follows the extravagant lifestyles of an exclusive clique of friends who have gained internet celebrity by documenting their fabuluxe daily happenings on social media. Morgan Stewart, Dorothy Wang, Roxy Sowlaty, Brendan Fitzpatrick and Jonny Drubel round out the dramatic but fun-loving children of some of the wealthiest billionaire and millionaire moguls who are welcoming E! cameras into their VIP world.

Shakori Hills Concert Series 2016

The Shakori Hills Concert Series brings you performances from American & international music artists live from the Shakori Hills Community Arts Center in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Each week brings a new genre and a new musical experience.

Blue Remembered Hills

Blue Remembered Hills is a British television play by Dennis Potter, originally broadcast on 30 January 1979 as part of the BBC's Play for Today series. The play concerns a group of seven-year-olds playing in the Forest of Dean one summer afternoon in 1943. It ends abruptly when the character Donald is burned to death as a result of the other children's actions. Perhaps the most striking feature of the play is that, although the characters are children, they are played by adult actors. Potter first used this device in Stand Up, Nigel Barton and returned to it in Cold Lazarus. The dialogue is written in a Forest of Dean dialect, which Potter also uses extensively in other dramas incorporating a Forest of Dean setting, most notably A Beast with Two Backs, Pennies from Heaven and The Singing Detective.