The clock is running for football star Eric to make his next great play in life when a gang of groupies tag him and try to catch him up in a web of blackmail and deceit. The women who run this show, play the ballers like tick-tack-toe. Out the door, Eric finds out firsthand about the games that take place off the field and what he has to do to remain king and not just another sideline story.
Based on unfinished 1954 novel by the German author Thomas Mann. It is a parody of Goethe's autobiography Poetry and Truth, particularly in its pompous tone.
Anthology series wherein each episode, Jacqueline Stone reads a letter sent in from women recounting their erotic experiences.
Taxicab Confessions is a television series of hidden camera documentaries that have aired on HBO since January 1995. In segments taped in New York City and Las Vegas, the taxi drivers are also producers who steer both the vehicle and the conversations with passengers. When passengers enter the cab, they are recorded with several small cameras hidden in the taxi. The producer prompts passengers into discussing their past and/or present circumstances. This has led some participants to reflect on their life, recalling extreme tragedies or triumphs. Much is verbally or visually graphic, including explicit sex talk and sex acts performed in the back seat. At the end of the taxi ride, passengers are asked to sign waivers allowing the hidden camera footage to be used on the program, and footage of this revelation is sometimes seen during the closing credits. Separating the segments are short video montages showing life in the city, incorporating quick cuts of club interiors, flashing neon signage, strippers and the homeless, along with the series theme music, "Over the Rainbow" by Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. The series originated in New York, moved to Las Vegas and in recent years returned to New York.
Everyday people confess their most exciting, passionate, funny or romantic real life sexual encounters.
Delve into the psychological showdown that takes place inside actual police interrogation rooms and dissect what happens to yield a confession.
Real Confessions formerly known as Star Confessions, is a Philippine Drama Anthology television series hosted by Cristy Fermin and aired on TV5 every Saturdays after Regal Shocker. It features life stories of ordinary Filipino's, same format as Maalaala Mo Kaya from the rival network, ABSCBN except of the one-on-one interview of the story holder with Cristy Fermin. It was formerly known as Star Confessions which features life stories of local celebrities. It premiered on November 5, 2011 with the episode "Sulat sa Langit" starring Gelli de Belen and Wendell Ramos. The show recently won the Best Theme Song Award on the 2011 Asian TV Awards for its themesong Ito Ang Buhay Ko composed by Boy Christopher Ramos.
This is no ordinary dating show and she is no ordinary matchmaker. For the past six years, matchmaker Patti Novak has been warming up the lonely hearts of Buffalo - a city with one of the highest populations of singles per capita - with her no-nonsense style of tough love. Now, she is letting cameras into her sessions and on dates with her clients...sharing the secrets of her success with the world.
The Howerd Confessions was a British comedy television series which originally aired between 2 September and 7 October 1976 on ITV. It featured comedian Frankie Howerd "confessing" various indiscretions. The director/producer was Michael Mills, with scripts by Dave Freeman, Dick Hills, Hugh Stuckey and Peter Robinson.
Viewers go inside the interrogation room to witness first-hand the clever tactics employed by detectives in hopes of securing a criminal confession. From establishing rapport with their suspects, to old-fashioned "good cop, bad cop" questioning, the series showcases real-life interrogation strategies used by police to break their suspects and confess what really happened.