Once a legend in the brutal world of illicit underground fighting, Shane Slavin (Daniels) decides to turn his life around, promising his wife and young son he's fought his last battle. But when his younger brother betrays a ruthless crime boss (Weller), Shane is forced back into the arena to pay his brother's debts and to protect his family.
Don Wilson returns to the screen as a man unjustly accused of a brutal crime. Within the prison he must fight for survival, freedom and justice.
Chan is forced to fight after his baby is iced.
Picking up one year after the events of the final broadcast episode of "The Good Wife", an enormous financial scam has destroyed the reputation of a young lawyer, Maia Rindell, while simultaneously wiping out her mentor and godmother Diane Lockhart's savings. Forced out of her law firm, now called "Lockhart, Deckler, Gussman, Lee, Lyman, Gilbert, Lurie, Kagan, Tannebaum & Associates", they join Lucca Quinn at one of Chicago's preeminent law firms.
Kickers, a soccer club, is a weak team that hardly wins a game. It has recorded 22 consecutive losses up till now. Neither a star player nor a sign of a victory can be found in the team. That's why they begin to lose hopes. But the team quickly changes when Kakeru Daichi, a newcomer to Kitahara Primary School, joins the team! Kakeru loves soccer and his passion towards soccer is overwhelming. He used to be a member of a prestigious soccer team, yet he gives no hint about it. He practices more than anybody in the team. Kakeru's attitude brings back the passion for soccer that the team members have forgotten. The team members support and train each other, and start to win games. This sports animation showing growth of boys is based on soccer, one of the most popular sports in the world.
Fight Ippatsu! Jūden-chan!! is a manga series by Bow Ditama, which is also adapted into an anime television series of the same name that began airing on the liberal AT-X network in Japan from June 25, 2009. It features anthropomorphized characters representing aspects of charging electrical equipment. This series contains some explicit fanservice, including omorashi, which was broadcast uncensored. The series was also released on Crunchyroll, under the title of Charger Girl, Ju-den Chan, although it is censored.
Hyun-Ji studied for her 19 years before she died in an accident. She is now a ghost and has wandered around the world for several years. Hyun-Ji then meets exorcist Park Bong-Pal. Hyun-Ji and Bong-Pal listens to various stories from ghosts and sends them to the otherworld.
Drama tells the story of Ko Dong-Man and Choi Ae-Ra. In their school days, Ko Dong-Man took part in taekwondo. Now, he makes a living by working as a contract employee and also goes after the UFC title. Choi Ae-Ra hoped to become an announcer, but she gave up her dream. Now, she works at the information desk of a department store.
Fight Quest is a television show on the Discovery Channel that had a preview episode air on December 28, 2007 and began airing weekly on January 4, 2008. The show followed Jimmy Smith and Doug Anderson as they travel around the world learning different styles of martial arts, spending five days training with notable masters of the styles they are studying, before exhibiting what they have learned in a final demonstration and/or fight. According to quotes by the hosts, the show was cancelled after the first season. At the end of February an updated DVD box set was released that included the final three episodes not in the original release. The series was canceled at the beginning of the second season and only three episodes aired, the last one ended on October 3, 2008.
Diverse and multi-generational Australian families go head-to-head in high-pressure cooking challenges inspired by real home cooking and family food traditions to win an ultimate prize of $100,000.
Featuring battles between some of the biggest and baddest fighters of the animal kingdom and some of the most surprising, revealing the extraordinary motivations and strategies that fuel each incredible brawl.
Food Fight s a Japanese television drama starring Kyoko Fukada and Kusanagi Tsuyoshi. It first aired in Japan from 1 July 2000 to 30 September 2000. Moderately successful, its average rating was 17.5% while its peak rating reached 21.5%.
Live action game where famous and favourite Youtubers, fight for survival and try and make a cure and escape a massive Zombie apocalypse,
The Ultimate Fighter is a reality television series and mixed martial arts (MMA) competition, originating from the United States. On this show, professional MMA fighters that have yet to make a big name for themselves are situated in a house outside of Las Vegas, Nevada and compete against each other for the title of The Ultimate Fighter and a six-figure contract with the UFC.
Fight Science is a television program shown on the National Geographic Channel in which scientists and martial arts masters work together to analyze the world's fighting techniques, to compare the disciplines and to find out which one has the strongest hits, kicks and deadliest weapons. The show also tries to prove through science if certain legends in fighting are possible, such as whether a one-punch knockout is possible or if ninja are as nimble and deadly as stories tell. There is also a feature on human strength, wherein a man hits his head on bricks in order to shatter them. The show had several spin-offs including Sport Science. Narrator is Robert Leigh. It featured fighters including Rickson Gracie, Bas Rutten, Randy Couture, Alex Huynh, Amir Perets, Mindy Kelly, Bren Foster, Amir Solsky, Glen Levy and Dan Inosanto.
Fight for Fame is a one-hour reality show produced by E! Entertainment Television, and producers Jay James, Tim Puntillo, Alan Blassberg, and Brian Lando. A long established talent agency - Acme Talent & Literary - provides two top agents, Adam Lieblein and Greg Meyer to add focus to the show, without being seen as "hosts." Each hour shows five actors vying for the opportunity to sign with Adam and Greg at the agency. They are put through four sets of audition challenges, including monologues, improvisation, and scripted auditions in front of well-known Hollywood directors, casting executives and executive producers. At the end of each episode, one actor signs with Acme Talent & Literary. The audience gets to see the decision process of the agents, as well as the attitude of talented and not-so-talented actors. Ten episodes have been ordered and shot, and no additional order has been placed. Episodes began airing on June 5, 2005, and continue every Sunday evening at 10PM for ten weeks. Each episode is also re-run numerous times each week at different hours. The initial ten episodes continued to air in countries outside of the USA through the end of 2007.
Fight for Love is a Hong Kong modern serial drama co-produced by TVB and CITVC and starring Bowie Lam, Sonija Kwok and Gong Beibi. It was filmed from August 2001 to early 2002 and was aired overseas form 27 May to 21 June 2002. Then, it premiered in Hong Kong on TVB Pay Vision's TVB Drama channel on 2 February 2004 and ended on 27 February 2004. The drama premiered on TVB Jade in 2013.
A multi-layered series that looks back to the formative years of Ryu and Ken as they live a traditional warrior's life in secluded Japan.
With special access to a fight club, this docuseries reveals the bloody and ruthless underworld of bare-knuckle fighting in the U.K.
Reporter Raymond "Ray" Terrill is investigating a group of government scientists who are developing a weapon using light, when he is attacked with a "genetic light bomb" that ends up bestowing him with light-based super powers.
Knife Fight is an American reality/cooking competition television series on the Esquire Network. It was set to premiere April 23, 2013, but was pushed to September 24, 2013, the same week the network rebranding takes place in order for Esquire Network to have a broader range of original programs aside from this show and The Getaway. Knife Fight is being hosted by season 2 Top Chef winner Ilan Hall and executive produced by Drew Barrymore. 10 episodes have been ordered for the first season. G4 was originally slated to be replaced by the new Esquire Network, but in a surprising turn of events, NBCUniversal has chosen Style Network as a new candidate.
Chef Baek Jong-won visits different cities, surfing through alleys looking for the best street food!