Angie Rossini, an innocent New York City sales clerk from a repressive Italian-American family, engages in a short-lived affair with a handsome jazz musician named Rocky Papasano. When Angie becomes pregnant, she tracks down Rocky hoping he'll pay for her abortion. Rocky agrees to help, but after seeing the unsanitary abortion facility, he refuses to let Angie go through with the procedure and attempts to make her an honest woman.
When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces, and one strange little girl.
Hwang Shi-Mok had brain surgery when he was a child, which caused him to lack emotion. Now, Hwang Shi-Mok works as a prosecutor. He is rational, but cold and lonely. He is also one of the only prosecutors not involved in corruption. One day, a dead body is thrown in front of him. He meets Police Lieutenant Han Yeo-Jin at a murder crime scene. They work together to eradicate corruption at the prosecutor's office and solve a serial murder case.
As a child, Park Hoon and his dad were kidnapped and taken to North Korea. He grew up there, learning to be a doctor just like his father. When Park Hoon escapes back to South Korea and begins work at a prestigious hospital, he makes it his goal to earn enough money to go back to North Korea to rescue his true love. He'll do anything to find her, but then he meets and falls for a mysterious woman who looks exactly like her.
Secrets from the "Stranger Things 2" universe are revealed as cast and guests discuss the latest episodes with host Jim Rash. Caution: spoilers ahead!
Bouida Haruto, a hardcore otaku with no interest in 3D (real) women, once appreciated figures from afar, accepting that "if you get into them, there's no turning back." However, when Nona, a character he loved from an anime called "Girls→Planetary Investigation" had a figure of her released, he ended up purchasing it. And then that night, the figure of Nona somehow came to life, and a couple-like lifestyle between man and toy began.
Ride on Stranger is a 1979 Australian mini series about a woman in the 1930s.
A sheltered London professor attempts to uncover the cause of his wife’s mysterious death in Hong Kong, traveling there after discovering she died in a car accident on the mountain roads of Tai Po.
The Stranger was an Australian science fiction television series made for children and produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It is notable as Australia's first locally produced science fiction television series and one of the first Australian TV series to be sold overseas.
The Stranger was an early American television program broadcast on the now defunct DuMont Television Network. The series ran from 1954 to 1955, and was a drama starring Robert Carroll, who played a mysterious man who helped those in distress. The program, produced and distributed by DuMont, aired Friday at 9 PM on most DuMont affiliates. The series was produced and directed by Frank Telford, and was cancelled in 1955, as the DuMont Network began crumbling.
The story of Valentine Michael Smith, a human who comes to Earth in early adulthood after being born on the planet Mars and raised by Martians.
《천국보다 낯선》은 엄태웅, 이성재, 김민정이 주연한 SBS의 드라마이다. 2006년 7월 31일에 방영이 시작되어 2006년 9월 19일 종영되었다.대한민국에서 2001년부터 2006년 8월 30일까지 월~목요일 오후 10시대 방송되었던 역대 미니시리즈 드라마 최저 시청률 10위를 차지하며 불명예를 얻기도 하였다. 드라마 OST에 N.EX.T 등이 참여하여 화제가 되기도 하였다.
Stranger Among Bears is a television documentary about Charlie Vandergaw, an elderly man who has lived in Alaska for several decades and illegally fed grizzly and black bears on his property for many of those years. The documentary was popularly aired on the cable TV station Animal Planet.
Stranger on the Shore is a BBC television drama serial first broadcast in five parts in 1961. Produced by Kevin Sheldon and written by Ruth Sheila Hodgson, the five-episode series portrays Marie-Hélène Ronsin, a young French teenager, on her first trip to England as an au pair. Speaking some English, but very shy, she lives with a family in Brighton, and faces the challenges of culture shock. The series was followed the following year by a sequel, entitled Stranger in the City. The hit theme tune of the same title was written and performed by Acker Bilk for this series which first broadcast on 24 September 1961. The music was released as a single in October 1961 and became the UK's best-selling instrumental single of all time, remaining in the Top 50 for 55 weeks.
A grown-up brother and sister's visit to their parents home culminates in a shocking tragedy. The events of the weekend are told over four episodes, each focusing on the point of view of one family member: the daughter Terry; the father, Ted; the son, Alan and finally the mother, Sarah. The full story of the dysfunctional family plays out through the use of repeating scenes, flashback, and monologue.
UK documentary series from 1998 examining the stranger aspects of reality. The series was resurrected a few years later under the same name, once again on Channel 5.