During the build-up to D-Day in 1944, the British found their island hosting many thousands of American soldiers who were "oversexed, overpaid, and over here". That's Charlie Madison exactly; he knows all the angles to make life as smooth and risk-free as possible for himself. But things become complicated when he falls for an English woman, and his commanding officer's nervous breakdown leads to Charlie being sent on a senseless and dangerous mission.
Walter and Emily is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from November 16, 1991 to February 22, 1992.
Emily Owens, M.D. is an American medical drama television series created by Jennie Snyder Urman. It was picked up by The CW on May 11, 2012, It premiered on The CW on October 16, 2012, and aired on Tuesdays at 9:00 pm Eastern/8:00 pm Central. On November 28, 2012, the series was canceled by The CW. The 13th and final episode aired on February 5, 2013.
Emily, a driven twenty-something American woman from the Midwest, moves to Paris for an unexpected job opportunity, tasked with bringing an American point of view to a venerable French marketing firm. Cultures clash as she adjusts to the challenges of life in a foreign city, while juggling her career, new friendships and love life.
Emily is a cartoon that often aired on the Nickelodeon children's variety show, Pinwheel. The cartoon follows the adventures of Emily, a little girl who wears only red. Emily has a pet hedgehog named Humphrey. Other characters include Emily's cousins Alexander and Nicholas, her English friend Gregory, her friend Chloe, her little sister Pat, her big brother Stephen and his friends William and Sydney. The episodes show Emily facing her fears, managing relationships, as well as playing and having fun. The author and illustrator of Émilie, Domitille de Pressensé, is French and specializes in children's books.
Foundling Heathcliff is raised by the wealthy Earnshaws in Yorkshire but in later life launches a vendetta against the family.
This Is Emily Yeung is a 2006 Canadian children's television series created by J.J. Johnson and Blair Powers. It is produced by Toronto's marblemedia and Sinking Ship Productions in association with Treehouse TV, and is the follow-up to their previous television series This Is Daniel Cook. Now Emily Yeung is currently going to high school. This series follows six-year-old Emily Yeung as she takes on new experiences and challenges with her own unique perspective and with a variety of guests from a broad range of fields from snake handlers to basketball players to bakers. This Is Emily Yeung airs on Treehouse TV in Canada and the Disney Channel in the United States. The series of sixty-five six minute episodes and two thirty minute specials has been sold by Distribution360 to eighty-eight countries and dubbed into fourteen languages including French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Japanese. The first DVD, This Is Emily Yeung. Arts & Crafts was released on May 13, 2008. A second DVD, This Is Emily Yeung. Celebrating the holidays was released on October 21, 2008.
Emily of New Moon is a Canadian television series, which aired on CBC Television from 1998 to 2000. The series originally aired in the United States on the Cookie Jar Toons block on This TV and it is currently seen in Canada on the Viva, Bravo! and Vision TV cable channels. The series, produced by Salter Street Films, was based on the Emily of New Moon series of novels by Lucy Maud Montgomery. The series consisted of three seasons of thirteen episodes and one season of seven episodes, for a total of forty-six. The executive producers were Micheline Charest, Michael Donovan, and Ronald Weinberg. The series starred Martha MacIsaac as the titular orphan Emily Starr. Susan Clark and Sheila McCarthy played Emily's aunts Elizabeth and Laura, who had taken on the responsibility of raising Emily following her father's death, and Stephen McHattie played her cousin Jimmy. Susan Clark left the series after the first season when her character, Elizabeth, was killed off. Recurring cast included Chip Ciupka as Mr. Carpenter, Peter Donaldson as Ian Bowles, Richard Donat as Dr. Burnley, Kris Lemche as Perry Miller, John Neville as Uncle Malcolm, Jessica Pellerin as Ilse Burnley, Shawn Roberts as Teddy Kent, and Linda Thorson as Cousin Isabel.
Emily's Reasons Why Not is a television series starring Heather Graham. The show, which was based on the novel of the same name, was canceled by its broadcaster, ABC, after airing one episode on January 9, 2006.
Emily, an assistant in a law firm that specializes in divorce cases, has a boyfriend that treats her more like a servant than a lover. One day she finds a letter in a bottle with a list of things she has been avoiding. When bizarre events begin happening, they lead her to believe that the bottle is cursed and the only way to break the curse is to follow the list.
Welcome to Berry Bitty City, a berry special little world under the leaves of a berry patch. It may be small, but Berry Bitty City is big on fun and adventure. It's where Strawberry Shortcake and all her friends live. Together, they prove that little girls can do berry big things. There's always something fun to do, and when someone needs help, her friends are always there to lend a hand.
Strawberry and her friends, including her sister, Apple Dumplin', and her pony, Honey Pie, embark on sweet-smelling adventures in Strawberryland.