Ctrl is an American comedy web series by NBC. It is the first stand-alone web series launched by a major television network. The series stars Tony Hale as a typical office-working, self-confidence-lacking nerd who discovers he can undo things in real life. It is an adaptation and expansion of the short film Ctrl Z by Robert Kirbyson, which was a winner at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. CTRL was spotted and developed by SXM from the original short film Ctrl Z, which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008. SXM ultimately partnered with NBC's digital studio to produce the online series. After NBC shut the digital studio in 2011, all rights reverted to SXM, who are currently developing Season 2 with Yahoo and a private investor. As of early 2012, the episodes appear to have been removed from the NBC website, but can be found on Hulu.
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.
Day One was a planned NBC sci-fi television series about apartment residents that survive an unknown worldwide cataclysm, that destroys modern infrastructure. The pilot was directed by Alex Graves, who previously directed the pilot episodes for the Fox TV series Fringe and Journeyman. According to NBC's Angela Bromstad, the show was originally expected to fill the Heroes time slot after the 2010 Olympics. It has been reported since that the show will never air.
The One Game is a four-part 1988 British television drama serial, produced by Central Independent Television and broadcast on ITV from 4 June to 25 June 1988. Set and filmed in Birmingham, it starred Patrick Malahide, Stephen Dillane, Pippa Haywood and Kate McKenzie, and was written by John Brown from a concept by Tony Benet.
The Wanderer is a television series of British origin, first transmitted in 1994 and comprising 13 episodes. Every episode brings a new adventure, and the story of long-ago brothers Adam and Zachary, Princess Beatrice, and Lady Clare slowly unfolds as the present-day Adam searches for the original Zachary's grave, a magic stone, and a lost book of power. The show was created by Tom Gabbay, who also served as Executive Producer of the series, which was filmed on locations in Austria, Germany, Spain, and England, including Helmsley Castle and the Yorkshire Moors, by FingerTip Films for Yorkshire Television, ZDF, Antena 3, and SkyTV. In the United States, The Wanderer was transmitted primarily in first-run syndication.
Lion-Maru G is a Japanese tokusatsu series that aired from October 1, 2006 to November 24, 2006 in Japan, lasting 13 episodes. It is the third part in the Lion-Maru trilogy, following Kaiketsu Lion-Maru and Fuun Lion-Maru. The "G" is short for 'Ghetto'. This Lion-Maru is called "the Beast Transformed Gigolo Warrior".
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.
Split is an Israeli supernatural drama series. It is directed by Shai Kapon and airs on the HOT VOD Young channel.It is produced by the Dori Media Group through its subsidiary Dori Media Darset.
UNKNOWN SENDER is an internet television series created in the United States, which debuted in August 2008 on Strike.TV, a website created by Hollywood writers during the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike. Like the other Strike.TV offerings which were sanctioned by the Writers' sister union, the Screen Actors Guild, UNKNOWN SENDER was able to attract major talent to its cast, all of whom agreed to donate profits to the Hollywood charity, Actors' Fund. Among the actors in the series are Timothy Dalton, Joanne Whalley, Mindy Sterling, comedian Jay Davis, and Stan Freberg. Behind the camera, noteworthy figures include Academy Award nominee Marilyn Vance and pioneer web filmmaker Kevin Rubio among the producers; as well as Lost Director of Photography Edward J. Pei, film composer Adam Cohen; and Special Effects Supervisor Shant Jordan.
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.
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.