In a docuseries set at one of NCAA football's most fertile recruiting grounds, guys with red flags seek to prove their worth on the field and in class.
Life aboard a German U-Boat during World War II.
Based on the Ante Kovačić's novel "U registraturi" (In the Registrar's Office, 1888.)
Because of his dreams of modeling, Aira willingly swallows every temperament and warmth of Jemy. However, without realizing every quarrel gave birth to love. Other people do not know that they are not love, Jemy and Aira are just so ravenous to know new love.
The world's first family is back for more laughs as they discover sports, sleepovers and other wonders in a world of exotic creatures and adventures. This 2D animated cartoon is based on the 3D animated feature film, "The Croods".
Follows the personal and professional lives of a group of doctors at Seattle’s Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.
The Whitest Kids U' Know is an American sketch comedy troupe and television program of the same name. The group consists of Trevor Moore, Zach Cregger, Sam Brown, Timmy Williams and Darren Trumeter, though other actors occasionally appear in their sketches. They were accepted into the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in 2006 and won the award for Best Sketch Group.
Scooby-Doo and the Mystery, Inc. gang are launched into the 21st century, with new mysteries to solve.
RuPaul's Drag U is an American reality television series. Hosted by RuPaul and a team of drag queen "professors," Drag U is a spin-off of the series RuPaul's Drag Race. RuPaul's Drag U is produced by World of Wonder, which has created a number of hit series including Tori & Dean: Inn Love, Million Dollar Listing, and Fantasia for Real.
U to U, sometimes labeled as U-2-U, is a weekly Nickelodeon television series that aired from 1994 to 1996. The show focused on displaying viewer-submitted work and ideas in their "Straight From U" segment where viewers were able to submit their work via mail, e-mail, fax, or telephone. The show included short stories and comic strips written by viewers that were turned into animated shorts, and songs that were written and made into music videos. The interaction of series allowed viewers to play games over the phone, ask questions to celebrities, meet pen pals from other countries, and read letters aloud. The show also featured an online presence in the Prodigy Internet service where viewers could create and send content for show consideration as well as participate in bulletin board conversations.
U-Pick Live is a program that aired on Nickelodeon from October 14, 2002 to May 27, 2005 on weekday afternoons from Nickelodeon Headquarters in New York City's Times Square. Starting at 5:00 p.m. EST to 7:00 p.m. EST. The show allowed viewers to pick via internet voting the Nickelodeon shows, usually cartoons, that would air. The hosts of the show also took part in sketches and gags, often including members of the studio audience and celebrity guests. Interviews with celebrity guests and musical performances were also frequent features. It originally was U-Pick Friday from 1999 to late 2000, hosted by Henry and June of KaBlam!. The concept of U-Pick originated with the Nick in the Afternoon block in 1994. After U-Pick Live's cancellation, the concept of user-chosen programming would not return until its comeback as part of The '90s Are All That in 2011.
Malibu U is an American variety show that aired in the summer of 1967 on ABC. The series stars Ricky Nelson.
Cowboy U was an American reality television series that aired on CMT from 2003 to 2007. The show premiered on August 29, 2003. Each season, eight "city slickers" were brought to a ranch and competed to win the final rodeo and $25,000.
Lokomoko is a sketch-comedy show produced by ABC Development Corporation and is airing every Sunday 11:30 am to 1:00 pm on TV5. It is previously titled as Lokomoko and Lokomoko High. Lokomoko U.
Planeta U, usually called Tu Planeta U, is a three hour block of children's programming that airs on Saturday mornings on the Spanish language Univision network, while Atlanta, GA's WUVG-TV airs it on Sunday, instead due to regular Saturday's programming. Debuting first in the 1990s then returning to Univision's line up on April 5, 2008, Planeta U features programming that comply with federal E/I content rules as mandated by the Federal Communications Commission. A second edition of the programming block, an hour in length on Sunday mornings at 9 AM ET, began airing in March 2010. All programming in this block are Spanish-dubbed versions, programming originally broadcast in English.