Makoto Mizuhara is working on his latest experiment in the school science lab, but when he takes a break his lifelong rival Katsuhiko Jinnai shows up and attempts to destroy the device and discredit Makoto. This overloads the experiment and transports Makoto, Jinnai, his sister Nanami, and their teacher Mr. Fujisawa to the strange and magnificent world El Hazard. Makoto and Fujisawa land squarely in the Kingdom of Roshtaria, and quickly befriend the princess Rune Venus. Jinnai allies himself with the Bugrom, a race of giant insects bent on taking over El Hazard, while his sister tries to eke out her own living in the desert. Makoto searches desperately for a way to return home, all the while fighting off the Bugrom, enlisting the help of the Holy Priestesses, and stopping the demon god Ifurita from destroying everything.
Jim Fernandez's Kambal sa Uma is an ABS-CBN top rated drama afternoon show adapted from the movie of the same title in 1979. It was replaced by Nagsimula sa Puso.
Going Bananas is a live-action superhero/comedy series made by Hanna-Barbera and ran from September 15, 1984 to December 1984 on NBC.
Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety is an anime created by Rei Omishi, and it follows the journeys of an apprentice shinigami, or death god, named Risky and an apprentice angel named Safety who have been trapped in the same body. Whoever is in charge of the body depends on the emotions of those around them; if people are happy, then Safety appears, but if people are upset, then Risky takes charge.
A Twist in the Tale is a 1998 TV series starring William Shatner. Willam Shatner's A Twist In The Tale was a 15 episode short lived television series in the late 1990s. Every week the narrator/host would have a group of children he would tell a story to. The main children were always in the story itself.
It's January 7, just after the New Year begins. Make up classes are being held for students that aren't keeping up with their daily studies; anxious students are there to discuss their exams; and club activities are still in progress. Asami Akio, a teacher, finds himself at the gate of the school with Misaki Yuka, a woman he met long ago and had lost contact with. Before he can explain their disconnect, a group shudders as an earthquakes rocks the school. When it subsides... nothing is the same.
Spine Chillers was a 1980 British children's supernatural television series broadcast on BBC1. It featured readings of classic ghost and horror stories aimed at older children, and ran for 19 episodes of 10 minutes each. Spine Chillers is also the name of a British series aimed at older viewers, a horror/comedy anthology first shown on BBC Three. Season 1 comprised six episodes.
De drabbade is a 2003 Swedish TV series.
Shirley Temple's Storybook is an American children's anthology series hosted and narrated by actress Shirley Temple. The series features adaptations of fairy tales like Mother Goose and other family-oriented stories performed by well-known actors, although one episode, an adaptation of The House of the Seven Gables, was meant for older youngsters. The first season of sixteen black-and-white and colored episodes aired on NBC between January 12, 1958 and December 21, 1958 as Shirley Temple's Storybook. Thirteen episodes of the first season re-ran on ABC beginning on January 12, 1959. The second season of twenty-five color episodes aired on NBC as The Shirley Temple Show between September 18, 1960 and July 16, 1961 in much the same format that it had under its original title. Temple's three children made their acting debuts in the last episode of the first season, "Mother Goose". When a stagehand said 'shit' during a "Mother Goose" rehearsal, Temple had him fired, telling the stunned cast it was a children's show–although no children were present during the rehearsal. Three of the first season episodes were done live, and each of the three took ten days of preparation. Temple read each script and made suggestions for improvement if necessary.
Liwanag Ng Hatinggabi is a Philippine horror television drama and the first installment of the GMA Mini-Series. Conceptualized by GMA Network's vice president Gilberto "Jimmy" Duavit, Jr., the series is inspired by a trend in Latin American literature known as magic realism, which blends the biting realism of contemporary social issues with the supernatural, where the fantasy becomes commonplace. Directed by Joel Lamangan, Liwanag Ng Hatinggabi revolves around Amanda, a despotic governor whose decisions affect the lives of the people in her province, and her daughter, Luna, who falls in love with Gabriel, a childhood friend who becomes rebel fighting against Amanda's tyranny.
Shaurya Aur Suhani is a show on STAR Plus which premiered on March 21, 2009. It is a fantasy based show which focuses on Shaurya and Suhani's love story.
Leya, Ang Pinakamagandang Babae sa Ilalim ng Lupa is a Fantasy-Drama series produced by T.A.P.E., Inc. and aired over GMA Network. Directed by Ruel Bayani, this series is about fairies, mortals, witches and a love story that will prove that the greatest magic is the power of love.
Darna is a Philippine drama/fantasy series adapted from Mars Ravelo's fictional superheroine of the same name; directed by Dominic Zapata and Don Michael Perez and developed by Jun Lana. It is the third series based on the Darna graphic novels by Mars Ravelo. It stars Marian Rivera as the title role and her alter-ego Narda, with Iwa Moto as her main nemesis Valentina, also starring Dennis Trillo as Pancho and Mark Anthony Fernandez as Eduardo. The series had premiered on August 10, 2009 on GMA Network and ended on February 19, 2010, and also featured the return of the other four villains originally created by Ravelo himself. The first season consists of 70 episodes, as well as the second season, with 140 episodes all in all.
Sugo or The Chosen One is a fantasy Philippine drama produced by GMA Network. Directed by Dominic Zapata and Lore Reyes, the series premiered July 4, 2005 and ended February 10, 2006. The series featured Richard Gutierrez in the title role, with Isabel Oli, Chynna Ortaleza, Lorna Tolentino and Gardo Versoza.
Singhasan Battisi is a famous Indian folk literary work. An Indian television series named Singhasan Battisi was created based on it, that aired on DD National channel, based on the story of the throne of Raja Vikramaditya, which has 32 statues of angels on it. The television series is based on an ancient collection of tales. Singhasan means Throne and Battissi is a word derived from the number battis which is thirty-two. So, this is the story of thirty-two statues of Angels on the throne of King Vikramaditya.
Vikram Aur Betaal was a children's television programme aired on DD National. The series contained stories from Indian mythology that aim at teaching kids life lessons while entertaining them. The concept of the program was based on Baital Pachisi, a collection of tales about the semi-legendary King Vikram and the Vetala, a vampire-like being.
Indradhanush was an Indian children's television series, a mixture of Sci-Fiction and Fantasy, aired on DD National channel. The series aired on every Sundays, and was produced and directed by Anand Mahendra.
Argai: The Prophecy is a 2000 French animated series directed by Jean-César Suchorski and written by Sébastien Dorsey.