Tim est un garçon espiègle et dégourdi. Sur la route des vacances, alors que ses parents ont décidé de faire une halte, il se trompe de voiture et monte dans celle de deux truands qui projettent de kidnapper Chelsea, une petite fille de 10 ans, afin d'obtenir une rançon de 2 millions de dollars. Tim , grâce à son arme secrète, le « Facilitator », va jouer mille tours à ces brigands pas très malins qui tomberont dans tous les pièges. Tim et Chelsea réussiront à s'enfuir et la police n'aura plus qu'à les cueillir.
Shirley, an old box turtle, meets a very lost raccoon named Fernando Hernandafandavez, and helps him discover the magic of spring. Together they learn about a newborn fawn who sleeps alone in the woods.
North Woods Law follows Maine's elite Game Wardens as they navigate the Pine Tree State's rugged terrain and twisted back roads. In the state of Maine, the elite Game Warden Service patrols more than eighteen million acres of rugged terrain filled with wild animals... and wild people. Each Autumn brings the hunting season, the Warden's busiest and most dangerous time of year. These 'State Police of the Woods' never know what to expect from one moment to the next.
Investigate paranormal encounters in the wild. From gator hunting in Louisiana to ice fishing in Illinois, these are the real-life stories of people who embarked on an outdoors adventure, only to be scared out of the woods by ghosts, monsters, and other unexplained phenomena.
A young psychologist returns to her hometown in order to investigate the death of her mother from twenty years ago.
The true accounts of people who ventured deep into the forest only to come screaming out with stories that defy reality.
Deep in the heart of Washington's Olympic Peninsula is home to one of the country's last great forests - one so massive and diverse that it has been called America's "Last Untamed Wilderness." With land stretching over 2,000 square miles and filled with some of the rarest and most ancient trees on earth, this vast forest hides dark secrets, including an illicit underground black market of natural resource theft. However, Sheriff's deputies throughout the region have sworn to protect their communities and the forest at all costs.
Get away from the world that changes too fast, filled with too much information, and entangled in the net of complicated relationships. At a little house in the forest that lacks the conveniences of modern world like gas and wifi but is filled with the essentials, you can find true happiness of living a slow and simple life.
During during World War One, in a small rural French village far away from the front, a gamekeeper and his wife take in children displaced by the war.
Futurescape explores event horizons that will critically alter life as we know it.
Within these woods, no one will hear you scream...
Legally Blonde — The Musical: The Search for Elle Woods is an MTV program created in order to cast an actress to replace Laura Bell Bundy in the role of Elle Woods in the Broadway production of Legally Blonde – The Musical. The show debuted on June 2, 2008. The winner of the show, Bailey Hanks, in addition to being cast in the role, was given the opportunity to record her own single of the musical's first-act closer, "So Much Better". The show concluded on July 21, 2008. Autumn Hurlbert was the runner up. She served as Hanks' understudy and performed in the ensemble of the show. Bundy's last performance in the musical was on July 20, 2008. Hanks began performances on July 23, 2008 and remained with the show until it closed on October 19, 2008. Two other show finalists — Rhiannon Hansen and Lauren Zakrin, performed in the Legally Blonde National tour. Hansen played Margot in the musical and Zakrin performed in the ensemble as well serving as understudy to Becky Gulsvig as Elle Woods. The show began with 15 contestants. All except the winner were eliminated over nine episodes, in which they performed songs and faced other challenges. A three-judge panel made the elimination decisions. Most episodes involved a small prize for the winner of the challenge.
Victoria Wood's Mid Life Christmas is a comedy sketch show written by and starring comedienne Victoria Wood, broadcast on Christmas Eve 2009. The programme, Wood's first sketch show for nine years, was described by Wood as being "a whole night's telly crammed into one hour. Christmas is a stressful time and, by compressing an evening's viewing into 60 minutes, we hope families will have more time for other festive traditions such as arguing with relatives and defrosting turkeys under the hot tap". The special featured a spoof documentary titled Beyond The Marigolds, in which Wood's long-time collaborator Julie Walters reprised her role as "Bo Beaumont", the actress behind Acorn Antiques character "Mrs. Overall". Beyond The Marigolds saw Beaumont's foray into the world of celebrity programming such as I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!, Dancing On Ice and Strictly Come Dancing. The sketch included special guest appearances from Delia Smith, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean and Anton du Beke. Also featured in Mid Life Christmas was The Mid Life Olympics 2009, a series of sketches that include events such as the "4 by 400 Hedge Trimming" and "Ladies Outdoor Parking", featuring Wood as the commentator. There was an homage to BBC costume drama with the sketch Lark Pies to Cranchesterford; a series of parodies of television adverts; and a send-up of The Apprentice in which Sir Alan Sugar's sidekicks Margaret Mountford and Nick Hewer share an uncharacteristic jazz dance together.
For thousands of years, man lived wild. He made fire, built shelter, and hunted food with his own two hands...but as he got smarter, his waist got bigger. Now, it’s time to get guys off of the couch and into the weather on TWC's "Fat Guys in the Woods."
While Hakumei is cheerful, outgoing and prefers to be outside, Mikochi is more introverted and prefers to stay indoors. These differences will set the tone for their friendship. Riding on insects and birds, creating tools from the forest and living their normal lives, day to day chores can be the biggest adventure in a small world full of wonders.
A show about men living in the Pacific Northwest woods completely off the land.
Michael Wood's Story of England is a six-part BBC documentary series written and presented by Michael Wood which aired from 22 September 2010. It tells the story of one place, the Leicestershire village of Kibworth, throughout the whole of English history from the Roman era to modern times. The series focuses on tracing history through ordinary people in an ordinary English town, with current residents of Kibworth sharing what they know of their ancestors and participating in tracing their history. A four part version aired on PBS in 2012.