In a 3rd year military course at Khao Chon Kai, two groups of military students are trying to dominate each other. There were many conflicts and bullies between them since they were at their high schools. At their practice on the field, they always make troubles causing their mentors to punish their entire company. Other than the conflicts between the two gangs, there seems to be a mystery along their military course here, especially at night time. Not so long, they have found out that one of their current mentor, sarge Danai, was dead. They need to bare on an extra field practice from the sarge.
A never-before-seen new genre of variety show focused in an urban environment with the MCs and guests completing missions to win the race.
Running Wilde is an American comedy television series created by Mitchell Hurwitz for the Fox Network. It stars Will Arnett as Steve Wilde, a self-centered, idle bachelor and heir to an oil fortune. The series follows Wilde's awkward attempts to regain the affection of his childhood sweetheart, Emmy, an environmentalist who had been living in the South American jungle, but whose young daughter does not want to return there and who secretly enlists Steve's help to keep Emmy at his mansion, leading to farcical situations and misunderstandings.
Running Wild with Bear Grylls, the survivalist takes one celebrity into the most remote locations in the U.S. and around the world for a 48-hour journey of a lifetime. From skydiving into the Catskill Mountains, to rappelling down the cliffs of Utah and battling torrential wind and rain in Scotland, Grylls and each celebrity will have to push both their minds and bodies to the limit to successfully complete their journey.
Running the Halls is an American television sitcom that aired on NBC's TNBC Saturday morning lineup. The series was created by Steve Slavkin, being the first TNBC sitcom not to be executive produced by Peter Engel. The show consisted of 13 episodes, which aired on from September 11, 1993 to December 4, 1993.
Sitcom about male mid-life crises. Max Wild longs to return to his 1950s Teddy Boy youth - but after living the life again, soon wants to return home.
Jirokichi plays around during the day, but at night becomes a completely different person. His nickname is Nezumi-Kozo (“Rat Boy"). Jirokichi steals gold coins from corrupt samurai families and hands it over to the poor. He works with his younger sister Kosode.
Running Scared is a British television children's drama serial produced by the BBC and transmitted on BBC 1 in 1986, based on the Bernard Ashley novel and is set in Woolwich with the Woolwich Ferry featuring in a key scene. A gritty series, Running Scared deals with a teenage girl, Paula, whose life is put at risk when she uncovers evidence that could put a local criminal gang leader behind bars. The series is notable for its use of the then recently released Kate Bush pop song Running Up That Hill as its main theme tune.
The story centers on Minato, who goes to an anime event that has a voice acting recital with a friend. He is fascinated by the talent of the voice actors, and he meets Chikako, who studies at the Suidoubashi Animation Academy. The series follows the trials and tribulations of those who aim to become voice actors.
Running in Heels is a reality television show that follows three interns working at the New York office of fashion magazine Marie Claire. The series debuted on March 1, 2009 on the Style Network in United States and the United Kingdom and on E! in the United Kingdom, Canada, Asia and Australia. It was also shown in the United Kingdom on digital channel E4. In The Netherlands it airs on RTL 5. In Denmark it is shown on TV3. The show follows the lives of the Marie Claire staff as well as three new interns, Ashley Gosik, Samantha DeZur, and Talita Silva.
Zeyda and the Hitman is a 2004 Canadian television film comedy. The story is about a grandfather who hires a contract killer to assassinate his allergy-prone son-in-law.
Running Russell Simmons is an American reality television series on Oxygen that premiered on November 2, 2010. The series chronicles the lives of Russell Simmons and his assistants as they manage his business deals, family life and party planning.
Dead Men Running is a 1971 Australian mini series based on the final novel by D'arcy Niland based on political troubles in Ireland and the effect they had in Australia.
The Route Masters: Running London's Roads is a British documentary television series produced by Blast! Films for the BBC. Narrated by Julian Barratt, the series launched on BBC Two on 18 June 2013 for a six-week run. The series shows how Transport for London keeps London's traffic moving.