The continued Westward journey of settlers Missie and Willie Lahaye. Their roots now firmly planted as they set up homestead in the far West, Missie begins to realize her passion for teaching as Willie cares for the couple's young daughter Kathy while expanding the family ranch with a little help from sons Jeff and Matthew. When the frontier railroad comes to town, the pleasure of a long-promised visit from Missie's father Clark is suddenly offset by the tragic death of young Kathy. As the untimely demise of their beloved daughter begins to drive an emotional wedge between Missie and Willie, the devastated father unexpectedly accepts an offer made by the powerful Samuel Doros to assume the role of town sheriff. Their faith shaken and their once close-knit bond suddenly torn asunder, Missie and Willie desperately attempt to bring their crumbling family back together as son Jeff faces a series of dangers while hopelessly falling for Doros' beautiful daughter Colette.
Can five single, independent career women who live in the Ode to Joy apartment building find fulfillment on their own terms? An Di is a successful business woman who has returned to China after studying in New York to find her younger brother. Qu Xiao Xiao is only 25 but already owns her own small business. Fang Sheng Mei grew up in poverty but has shed her “Princess of the Streets” background to work for a multinational company. Qiu Ying Ying is a 20-year-old small-town girl who is trying to make it in the big city. Guan Ju Er is a 20-year-old from a highly educated family, but she must discover what she wants out of life when enters the workforce for the first time. For these women, there is a man (or two) who is trying to get their attention. Dr. Zhao is a flirtatious, handsome doctor. Qi Dian is the stoic businessman. Wang Bai Chuan is Sheng Mei’s steadfast friend who has always carried a torch for her. Yao Bin is a second-generation chaebol. Tan Zong Ming is An Di’s boss who has been friend-zoned by her despite knowing her since their schooldays.
The strange but beautiful love story of a genius doctor who suffers from "Cinderella Memory Disorder" in which the memories of the previous day disappear at twelve o'clock and a washed-up actress.
The Joy of Painting was an American television show hosted by painter Bob Ross that taught its viewers techniques for landscape oil painting. Although Ross could complete a painting in half an hour, the intent of the show was not to teach viewers "speed painting". Rather, he intended for viewers to learn certain techniques within the time that the show was allotted. The show began on January 11, 1983, and lasted until May 17, 1994, a year before Ross' death.
Pride & Joy, is an American comedy series that aired on NBC in 1995. The series revolved around a Manhattan couple with a newborn son, Greg and Amy Sherman, and a couple across the hall, Nathan and Carol Green. The series soon folded after one season.
Joy Behar: Say Anything! was a news program and talk show hosted by Emmy-award winning talk show host Joy Behar. The program had its "Preview" while Behar filled in as a week long host on Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer on June 18, 2012, and officially premiered on Current TV on September 4, 2012. The final episode of the Current TV program aired on Thursday August 1, 2013, as the network prepared to transition to Al Jazeera America.
A witty and stimulating look at Chance, Logic, Data and Statistics and the roles they play in our lives.
Old House Has Joy is TV series which was produced in Taiwan in 1998. It starred Alec Su and Vicki Zhao. Xiao Peng (Alec Su) follows his grandpa’s instructions to claim back their estate, the property in which Ji Xiang (Vicki Zhao) lives in. But instead of completing his duty, he falls head over heels for the beautiful and kind-hearted Ji Xiang. As their feelings deepened, the inevitable happened: Xiao Peng’s arranged fiance comes. Soon, one obstacle stumbles upon another. And a great shock greets them: Xiao Peng and Ji Xiang are cousins...
Country Joy is a Canadian soap opera television series which aired on CBC Television from 1979 to 1980.
Joy is perfectly happy with her life. It's neat and tidy and just how she likes it. Sure, her long-term boyfriend, Aidan, has left her, but Joy is fine with it. She's certainly not suffering from heartbreak and stress-induced incontinence like canine Aidan. Things are totally fine the way they are - That is until Joy unwittingly lands herself a new job filling in for Ireland's most-beloved vlogger, Flora the Happy Hunter. This unwanted promotion throws Joy firmly out of her OCD level of control and forces her to deal with a world she has put great effort into avoiding; one full of oversharing, boundary breaking, messy housemates, one-night stands, and full-contact wrestling; all in the name of learning about the crazy, uncomfortable and new-age methods people use to find - well joy.
Joy Reid tackles the most important news and political topics of the week and, along with a rotating panel of journalists, will explore how these issues shape the country.
The Joy of Sets was an Australian comedy television series looking at the elements used to construct television shows. The show was originally broadcast weekly by the Nine Network, premiering on 20 September 2011. The show was written and hosted by comedians Tony Martin and Ed Kavalee, and produced by Zapruder's other films, the production company owned by Andrew Denton. Martin and Kavalee previously worked together in 2006 and 2007 hosting the popular Australian radio program Get This.
Joy in the Hood is an Irish comedy series featuring Des Bishop. Aired in 2005 on RTÉ Two as a part of its Monday-night comedy slot, it showed Bishop's antics as he travelled to impoverished areas of Ireland, such as Ballymun in Dublin, Tuam in Co. Galway, Mount Vernon in Belfast, Southill in Limerick and Knocknaheeny in Cork to run comedy workshops and integrate into society in these places.
House of Joy is a Singaporean Chinese Drama produced by Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. The show made its debut on 6 November 2006 and is telecast every weekday night at 9pm. The show has a total of 20 episodes. On the first few days of the show's running, many Singaporeans provided feedback to MediaCorp on how they felt about this show. What most people said was why the show was named House of Joy when there were so many crying scenes for Ivy Lee in the show. MediaCorp replied that the word Joy - Huan Le in Chinese is a combination of the name of the 2 lead characters - Yihuan and Letian. The story encourages those who are debt-ridden due to overspending sing credit card to strive on to overcome their financial and social problems. The lead actor, Chen Hanwei as Huang Le Tian - a "commoner lawyer" who also volunteered in Credit Counselling won many hearts with his sincere kindness and cute sense of humour.
Alexis Conran & Marcus Brigstocke put all manner of hi- and lo- tech gadgets to the test in their own inimitable way. Every episode takes on a different element of a modern man's life as gadget geek Alexis attempts to persuade the more ‘traditional' Marcus that technology is always best. There's non-stop back and forth as the boys battle it out to prove one of them is right in a series of scenarios, from lazy Sundays to winter sports.
It is often said that an organized tour is one of the most pleasant and safest way to travel. Whether cruising in Vietnam, hot air ballooning in Turkey, joining a South African photo safari, there are many experiences showcased in this series. Viewers visit mythical places, explore history and take on new challenges while discovering some of the world's most beautiful destinations.
The Joy of Teen Sex is a British television show on Channel 4 that delves into the world of teenagers and sex. This includes sexual experiences, sexual health, trends and relationship issues. The first series ran from 19 January - 9 February 2011, and aired four episodes. The second series comprises six episodes and began on 27 October 2011.
The cover version has always been a staple of the pop charts. Yet it's often been viewed as the poor relation of writing your own songs. This film challenges and overturns that misconception by celebrating an exciting, underrated musical form that has the power to make or break an artist's career. Whether as tribute, reinterpretation or as an act of subversion, the extraordinary alchemy involved in covering a record can create a new, defining version - in some cases, even more original than the original.