When lovely and virtuous governess Henriette Deluzy comes to educate the children of the debonair Duc de Praslin, a royal subject to King Louis-Philippe and the husband of the volatile and obsessive Duchesse de Praslin, she instantly incurs the wrath of her mistress, who is insanely jealous of anyone who comes near her estranged husband. Though she saves the duchess's little son from a near-death illness and warms herself to all the children, she is nevertheless dismissed by the vengeful duchess. Meanwhile, the attraction between the duke and Henriette continues to grow, eventually leading to tragedy.
Yoo Ji-Na has been a popular singer for the past 20 years, but she holds pain inside because of something she abandoned when she was younger. Meanwhile, Jung Hae-Dang began working as a Yoo Ji-Na impersonator to support her family after her father lost his job. She sings on stage at a club and tries hard to mimic Yoo Ji-Na's songs.
Setoka Tachibana is a female high school student who has confessed her feelings to other boys 12 times, but has been rebuffed each time. Her older brother Haruka Tachibana cares for his younger sister deeply, but he keeps secret from her that they are not blood related. One day, Setoka's first love Takane Serikawa appears after many years and approaches her.
Witness the miracle of cute, from a kitten's first tentative steps, to a puppy's first call to the wild. The first few months of their lives are an adorable adventure. These furry friends are simply too loveable, too curious, too cute!
Life's Too Short is a British sitcom mockumentary created and written by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant from an idea by Warwick Davis, and is as described by Gervais, about "the life of a showbiz dwarf".
Too Close for Comfort is an American television sitcom which ran on the ABC network from November 11, 1980 until May 5, 1983, and in first-run syndication from April 7, 1984 until September 27, 1986. It was modeled after the British series Keep It in the Family, which premiered nine months before Too Close for Comfort debuted in the U.S. Its name was changed to The Ted Knight Show when the show was retooled for its final season.
A young woman is forced to return to her trailer-park beginnings after her political career is derailed by a sex scandal.
Eric and Donny are roommates working in an investment firm so they can do the things they love: Eric wants to be a writer, while Donny’s a budding photographer.
Exploring the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles by following characters' existential journeys from being killers to becoming samurais in the City of Angels.
Due to Jeffrey and Sara’s abnormally large heads and faces, they’re the two noisiest and clumsiest people in the world - much to the dismay of everyone around them!
Me Too! is a children's television series that was produced in the early 2000s by CBC Television. The series, meant for preschoolers, featured a giant cotton ball-like creature, known by others by its solitary participatory phrase, "Me Too!". The odd but friendly creature, named Fluffy, was played by Helen King in a full-body costume.
Me Too! is a live-action television series on BBC Two and CBeebies for preschool children based around the large community of Riverseafingal in Scotland. In reality the programme is filmed in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne, with some exterior shots of Manchester Metrolink trams also being used. Me Too! is produced by Glasgow-based production company Tattiemoon. One of the Directors is Andrew Agnew, Balamory's famous Policeman PC Plum. Two of Bobby's helpers cleaning the buses are Stevie Robertson and Jamie Gash. Both performed their dance routines with the combined flair of Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly.
Too Something is an American sitcom that aired on the Fox network in October 1995 and again from May, 1996 to June 23, 1996.
Never Too Young is an American teen soap opera that aired on ABC from September 27, 1965 to June 24, 1966 and was the first soap opera geared towards a teen audience.
Kids Are People Too was a television series that ran on Sunday mornings from 1978 to 1982 on ABC. The series was a variety/news-magazine show oriented towards kids with the intention of recognizing them as people. During its four-year run, the series was nominated for five Emmy Awards and won the 1978 Emmy for Outstanding Children's Entertainment Series. The series included celebrity interviews, cartoons, music, and other information that appealed to kids.
Too Many Cooks was a cookery competition on ITV which turns the idea of cookery shows on its head – the people cook for the chefs. It's a chance for great home cooks to prove themselves to the professionals, or be put in their place if their cooking is not up to scratch – contestants often turn out to be worse cooks than they think they are! The show was presented by Jeni Barnett, and the judges were chefs Gino D'Acampo, Richard Phillips and Alex Mackay. All three of the chefs have excellent credentials and aren’t afraid to speak their minds. The problems for the kitchen wannabes – or chefettes as presenter Jeni calls them – is that they have the pressure of time to contend with, an unfamiliar environment and a professional chefs tongue for tasting – or lashing! The show started with four teams of two people and each team had to cook a starter in ten minutes, a main course in twenty minutes and a pudding in ten minutes. They were given the title of the dish and some key ingredients as well as a larder of essential basics, but they have to rely on their own cooking know-how to come up with a recipe. A couple got eliminated after each course leaving two teams to battle it out at the pudding stage.
Way Too Early is an American morning news show airing weekday mornings on MSNBC. It premiered on July 27, 2009, and hosted by Brian Shactman. The original executive producer was Chris Licht, who was also the co-creater and executive producer of Morning Joe before leaving MSNBC to become executive producer of CBS This Morning and Vice President of Programing. The shows are similarly themed, although Way Too Early is not branded "Brewed by Starbucks" like Morning Joe, and have similar graphics packages. They are also broadcast from the same set and frequently reference each other.
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