Macky Galvez is a depressed young man contemplating why he had several failed relationships. Galvez meets Ces Bricenio, a modern-day woman who is afraid of commitment.
Follows the life of Vipul Goyal , a Stand Up comedian. As the tagline says "The drama behind the comedy"
Temporarily Yours is an American sitcom that ran for six episodes in 1997.
ALTBalaji's Medically Yourrs revives crazy college-time nostalgia with its quirky narrative, which is spun around the struggles of MBBS students. Stuck between their dreams and a degree, these students desperately seek balance amidst the educational and emotional rollercoaster ride at KIMS.
Two lovers middle-aged, five children and mother in law under one roof. Meet newly Ivanovi family. Lilly is the first love of Christo and Christo - her first love. Between the first kiss and their wedding has passed 20 years in which every one of them have one marriage behind and five children - two daughters for Lily and three sons for Christo.
Show Me Yours is a Canadian comedy television series originally aired on Showcase between May 26, 2004 and May 31, 2005.
Por Siempre mi Amor is an upcoming Mexican telenovela to be produced by Ignacio Sada Madero for Televisa. It is a remake of Mi Segunda Madre, produced by Juan Osorio. in 1990 Canal de las Estrellas will broadcast Mi Segunda Madre after Corazón Indomable concludes in late-September 2013. On June 24, 2013, it was confirmed that Susana González and Guy Ecker will star as the protagonists. Dominika Paleta and Héctor Suárez Gomís will star as the antagonists.
Yours Fatefully is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It will make its debut on 29 May 2012. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes, and will be screened on every weekday night at 9:00 pm.
Neurotically Yours is a comic book and webtoon created by Jonathan Ian Mathers, depicting a squirrel named Foamy, who is the neurotic pet of a goth girl named Germaine. The comic book series was created before the webtoon and focused solely on Germaine and the webtoon began with this same set-up in mind. Over the years, however, Germaine's character seems to have taken a backseat as Foamy developed into an angry, "wisdom-spreading" cult leader and his rants against society became increasingly popular. There are several other squirrel and human characters. The Neurotically Yours webtoon debuted in early 2003. Episodes are mainly located at iLL WiLL PreSS, in addition to numerous external websites. To date, there are over 200 official episodes of Neurotically Yours. There are also a number of fan-produced episodes circulated among various fansites on the Internet. There are also 38 topical rants, which are audio-based rants in which Foamy is talking about a particular topic. Some of these, such as "The Best Thing Ever" and "People and Animals" have been made into official animated episodes. A new episode of Neurotically Yours is posted approximately once every two weeks.
Kylmäverisesti sinun (Sincerely Yours in Cold Blood) is a Finnish true crime drama television series. All episodes are based on real life cases. The show follows Helsinki central police department investigator Veli Miettinen and lawyer Mira Kataja as they tackle with personal life problems and try to keep their relationship purely professional.
Yours for a Song is an American game show, created by Bob Russell, that aired on ABC from 1961-1963 with Bert Parks as host and Johnny Gilbert as announcer. The series, which filmed in New York City, aired in primetime from November 14, 1961 to September 18, 1962 and in daytime from December 4, 1961 to March 29, 1963.
The World Is Yours was the world's first color television series, making its debut on June 26, 1951, on five stations of the CBS television network in the eastern United States. This half-hour daytime program was produced and hosted from New York by naturalist and author Ivan T. Sanderson, and broadcast Monday through Friday. The second color television series, Modern Homemakers, began the following day, June 27, 1951. The World Is Yours, like other CBS color programs from 1951, was broadcast in the CBS field-sequential color system that was incompatible with existing black and white television sets, on which no picture would be visible. Only a small number of prototype color television sets existed on which the program could be seen. It was last broadcast on September 14, 1951, only days before the first commercially manufactured CBS color television sets were made.
Lovingly Yours, Helen is a Sunday afternoon program aired on GMA-7 from 1980 to 1996. Lovingly Yours, Helen evolved into a television drama anthology from a daily counseling program on radio with the same title, originally aired on GMA's AM station DZBB. It was presented by television/radio personality Helen Vela. Each episode is based on the life of a letter sender. The show's radio version continued to air on weekdays even as the TV version was being produced.
Couples decide whether to seek a new residence or transform their existing spaces in this reality show.
My Name's McGooley, What's Yours? was a popular Australian situation comedy series produced by ATN7 from 1966 to 1968. The situation involved a young couple, Wally and Rita Stiller, living in Balmain with Rita's father Dominic McGooley. Also in the regular cast was Stewart Ginn, and later Noeline Brown joined. The comedy of the series came from the clash of two generations living under one roof, a situation possibly suggested by UK comedies Steptoe and Son and Till Death Us Do Part. Many episodes were written by Ralph Peterson. When Chater left the series in 1968 the remaining cast was spun off into a new series titled Rita and Wally but it was found that the character of Dominic was integral to the comedy of the situation and the series ended a few months later. The series had a run of 88 episodes under the McGooley title. Rita and Wally ran for 23 episodes. The program was rated number 24 in 2005 television special 50 Years 50 Shows which counted-down Australia's greatest television programs.