It is freshman year at Coolidge College and Van Wilder is ready to party. To his dismay, all the girls have taken a vow of chastity and the dean rules the school. Van embarks on a crusade to land the campus hottie, Kaitlin, and liberate his school from sexual oppression and party dysfunction.
Explore what it will be like to be human one million years into the future. Today’s brightest futurists, scientists, scholars and notable science fiction writers guide viewers through the very latest advances in technology, ideas and innovations that likely will power the evolution of our species.
My 19 Year Old Sister-in-Law is a 2004 South Korean television series starring Jung Da-bin, Yoon Kye-sang, Kim Jae-won and Kim Min-hee. It aired on SBS from July 28 to September 23, 2004 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.
Set nearly a decade after the finale of the original series, this revival follows Lorelai, Rory and Emily Gilmore through four seasons of change.
An original docuseries following novice correctional officers as they begin their careers inside the walks of one of the most perilous prisons in America, the Penitentiary of New Mexico.
29-year-old magazine reporter Mi-Roo believes heavily that astrology decides fate. She then writes a column for the magazine based on her own dating experience with dating 12 men with the 12 different astrological signs.
A Hundred Year Legacy is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Eugene and Lee Jung-jin. Revolving around themes of food, love and family, the warm human drama is about a modest Seoul noodle house that's been operated by the same family for three generations. It aired on MBC from January 5 to June 23, 2013 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:50 for 50 episodes. The early working title was Third Generation Noodle House.
After being laid-off from their corporate day jobs, Aaron, Bryn, Derek, Olivia and Jack compete to get their businesses off the ground when a mystery benefactor promises to invest $500,000 in one of their startups.
In a modern-day school, we find Maya, Ayumi, Chigusa, Yuu, and the chairman, Masumi. They are the ultimate actors, who have time-traveled from the Glass Mask generation to the modern day to make the hearts of modern-day people burn with passion. Maya, Ayumi, Chigusa, and Yuu rely on their passion and actors' spirits to take on people with all sorts of worries. Chairman Masumi, on the other hand, seems to think the modern age doesn't need saving...
Meet 14 Australian students as they self-document their final year of high school through daily video diaries. The stresses of this launch-pad year starts on day one as they delve into the pressures of the ATAR.
Alan Titchmarsh narrates a series following the staff and visitors of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Following the success of the miniseries, NBC launched a drama series the following the Gardner family.
Miki Ichinose is a 14-year-old schoolgirl who is very outgoing and cheerful. She lives with her parents and younger brother. She is in a romantic relationship with Satoshi Kirino who is 15-years-old. They keep their relationship a secret from their parents because Miki is young and Satoshi is expected to excel in school and get into a university so he can take over the family business by his overbearing mother. One night, after a date, they sneak into a treehouse and consummate their relationship. Soon after, Miki suspects that she is pregnant and steals a pregnancy test, which her mother later finds. She is taken to a doctor who confirms her pregnancy. Initially upset, Miki's parents promise they will support her. Miki tells Satoshi of the pregnancy and he takes the news well. However, his mother is furious when she learns of it and forbids the two from seeing each other.
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year is an annual British television programme broadcast in the last or first week of the year on Channel 4. Essentially, the show is a comedy panel game in the style of a pub quiz. Three teams, of two celebrities each, are asked questions relating to the events of the year just gone by, which they write answers to on an electronic board in front of them. At the end of each round, they then display their answers, scoring a point for each correct one. The first edition was broadcast in December 2004. There has been another at the end of each year since, as well as a special edition in November 2007 for Channel 4's 25th anniversary celebrations and three special editions in September 2012, themed to celebrate Channel 4's three decades. A second set of "decades" editions screened in September 2013. Repeats can usually be found days later on Channel 4's sister-channel E4 and/or 4seven. Stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr has been the host and quizmaster of each edition to date. Channel 4 has made full episodes of The Big Fat Quiz of the Year available to view on 4oD.
Ryan Caulfield: Year One is an American crime drama that aired from October 15, 1999 to October 22, 1999. The series original title was going to be The Badland, and it appearred in the 1999 Fall Preview of TV Guide under that name.
It’s the story of British lads Dylan and Sean, childhood friends who have drifted apart, who initially set out to backpack through China but end up taking on the whole continent.
The story of the last year of the war in Europe, from the D-Day landings in Normandy in June 1944 to the dual German surrender, first in Reims then Berlin, in May 1945. Eleven months of unprecedented combat.This was the deadliest year of WW2.
Hamish & Andy's Gap Year is a Logie Award winning comedy series following Hamish Blake and Andy Lee, a pair of Australian comedians, on their trips to various international locations. The first season saw the boys visiting America for ten episodes and broadcast their show weekly from New York City. In its second season in 2012, the show was titled "Hamish & Andy's Euro Gap Year" and seven episodes were broadcast from The Lord Stanley, a disused pub in East London, England. The third season known as "Hamish and Andy's Gap Year Asia" in 2013 will be broadcast from a bar in Bangkok, Thailand, called 'The Raintree'. The concept for the show was created when the Nine Network hired comedians Hamish Blake and Andy Lee for two series in two years. They came across the idea of "Gap Year" when they realised they never took a gap year after high school, so they would film their many adventures overseas as it was 'ironic' that they had just received a contract for TV.