Love Online (LOL) is a modern comedy featuring the story of Samson (Vic) and Lily (Paula)—two individuals with different cultural backgrounds who managed to forge a connection through the Internet.
LOL is a web series exploring teen relationships, drug use and social networks. It premiered on Blip on 29 November 2008. There are 20 webisodes in total, ranging between 2 to 5 minutes in length with the last webisode being 10 minutes long. The series was self-funded, with initial help in kind from a local production company. It was shot on a Red One digital cinema camera in 4K.
Follow the journey of young Iris, a spirited teenage girl with a beautiful voice and an unending desire to help others. When Iris sings, strange events happen.
Dolores Lolita runs the Cabaret, a theater located in a central street of Madrid. In these times of economic crisis, the artists living in the annex to the local hotel expecting an investor to help them raise the curtain again.
Lolita, a young fine impish girl, evolves in an every day-life background. In spite of herself, her charms provoke strange or even surrealistic reactions in people and objects. Lolita is a realistic cartoon character incrusted on inside and outside life-like scenery.
Charlie and Lola is a British animated television series based on the Charlie and Lola books written by Lauren Child. It aired from 2005–2008. The animation uses a collage style that emulates the style of the original books. Three series were commissioned by and initially broadcast on the BBC between 2005 and 2008. The series are produced by Tiger Aspect and have been subsequently broadcast in more than twenty countries. The series has won multiple BAFTA awards.
Mamotte! Lollipop is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Michiyo Kikuta. It was serialized in the magazine Nakayoshi and published by Kodansha in Japan between February 2003 and July 2005. The story revolves around female protagonist Nina Yamada, a seventh grader who accidentally swallows the Crystal Pearl thinking it was candy. The pearl is the goal of a sorcery examination where the students must retrieve it to pass. But since Nina has swallowed the pearl, she is now the target. Fortunately for Nina, two of the examinees decide to protect her from the other students while they work on a potion to extract the pearl from Nina. In 2006, Mamotte! Lollipop was adapted into a thirteen episode anime television series by Marvelous Entertainment and Sunshine Corporation under the direction of Noriyoshi Nakamura. The anime series aired between July 1, 2006 and September 2006 in Japan on KAB. In 2009, FUNimation Entertainment dubbed the anime under the name Save Me! Lollipop.
Lola... Érase Una Vez is a teen targeted Mexican melodrama telenovela produced by Televisa that is an adaptation of the Argentine global phenomenon and teenage telenovela Floricienta. The show tells the story of a modern Cinderella, Lola, a 20 year old girl, who works as a nanny and sings in a rock band and meets her so call Prince Charming. It debuted in Mexico on February 26, 2007, starring Aarón Díaz and Eiza González. The show had gained popularity among teens and children not only in Mexico but also internationally including Venezuela, Spain and the in United States. With concert performances filling major auditoriums and songs by the protagonist become radio hits. It debuted in the United States on Univision in March 2008 and ended on January 26, 2009. The series consisted of 224 episodes which aried Monday through Friday at 3 P.M, intentionally for teenagers to watch after school, as is typical for most teenage & children telenovelas in Spanish networks. The U.S. DVD release date was on January 6, 2009 nationwide. The series, produced by Pedro Damián and associate producer Luis Luisillo Miguel and originally created by Cris Morena, portrays the life of a modern-day Cinderella named Lola Valente, who resides in Mexico City, as a part-time worker on the Von Ferdinand mansion. Lola...Érase Una Vez includes the songs as "Si Me Besas" & "Masoquismo", Espiral, Princesa and Sapo Azul, among others. In March 2009, González won New Artist/Revelation of the Year at the Premio Lo Nuestro Awards. González was nominated for Best New Artist at the Premios Oye!, alongside Jesse & Joy and María José. Gonzalez also performed in 2008 in los premios juventude. The show didn't reach the success of its predecessor, Rebelde and was moved from Canal de las Estrellas to Canal 5. It still spawned a series of licensed products, a sold out tour, a magazine and an album which received Golden certification.
Bolek and Lolek are two Polish cartoon characters from the TV animated series by the same title. They are based on Władysław Nehrebecki's sons, named Jan and Roman, and were partially created by German-born Alfred Ledwig before being developed by Władysław Nehrebecki and Leszek Lorek. The series is about two young brothers and their fun and sometimes silly adventures which often involve spending a lot of time outdoors. They first appeared in an animated film in 1963. The names of the two characters are diminutives of Bolesław and Karol. In English, the cartoon was distributed as Jym & Jam and Bennie and Lennie. Some episodes were seen as part of Nickelodeon's Pinwheel. In 1973 the creators of the film placed on the request from the female viewing audience a girl character by the name of Tola. The first time she appeared in occurred in the episode entitled "Tola". In total, Tola appeared in 30 episodes. Most episodes do not have dialogues. Exceptions are feature-length films and the series from the 1980s, where the main characters' voices were done by: Bolek – Ewa Złotowska, Ilona Kuśmierska; Lolek – Danuta Mancewicz, Danuta Przesmycka. During the period of the Peoples Republic of Poland, Bolek and Lolek were reproduced in a large quantity of toys: action figures, movies, postcards, online arcades, puzzles, etc., which can be seen in the Museum of Dobranocki of the PRL. They are also currently made in computer programs, coloring books, general picture books and games.
Lola & Virginia is a Spanish animated television series released in 2006 by Imira Entertainment. It is currently broadcast on several European channels, Disney Channel Spain & Italy, France 3, Pop Girl, POP!, ¡Sorpresa!, and Animania HD. In Brazil the show is also aired on SBT. Nickelodeon South East Asia had stopped broadcast of the mentioned show although it was one of the original channels. In the Netherlands the show aired from 2008-2009 on Nickelodeon.
Lola was the Greek remake of the successful Argentine comedy franchise Lalola. The series premiered on September 22, 2008 in Greece on ANT1 and ran Monday through Friday. The last episode was released on July 7, 2009.
Mi Corazón Insiste… en Lola Volcán is a Spanish language telenovela produced by the United States-based television network Telemundo. Telemundo aired the serial from May 23 to November 28, 2011 at 8pm central. As with most of its other telenovelas, the network broadcasts English subtitles as closed captions on CC3. It is a remake of Colombian telenovela of 1998-1999 Yo amo a Paquita Gallego by Julio Jimenez.
Lolita Anime is a three episode hentai OVA released in 1984. It was released by Nikkatsu Video on the heels of Wonder Kids' Lolita Anime, the first Pornographic Animated OVA. By releasing it in the same year and with the same title as Wonder Kids' seminal work, the creators may have hoped to cash in on the success of the original film. It is better known to English-speaking fans as the other Lolita Anime. The third episode, entitled "Uchiyama Aki no Omorashi Gokko" features an omorashi scene in which a girl has diapers put on her and is forced to use them. The girl in this episode features a passing resemblance to Miu of the Wonder Kids series. The first two episodes were released the same day, while "Uchiyama Aki no Omorashi Gokko" was released January, 1985.
LOLwork is an American reality documentary television series on the Bravo. The series premiered on November, 7, 2012.
The Lolita Anime series was created by a studio called Wonder Kids. It contains many notable firsts, as the first erotic original video animation, depicting hentai scenes which include yuri, BDSM and lolicon characters. It ran from February 1984 to May 1985 and consisted of six episodes. An alternative name for this anime is Wonder Magazine Series and it was on a manga by Fumio Nakajima, which was serialized in the lolicon magazine Lemon People.
Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang is an anthology of short stories written by "Lola Basyang," the nom de plume of Severino Reyes, founder and editor of the Tagalog magazine, Liwayway. The original magazine stories have since been adapted as books, in comics, television, film, and published.
Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang is a Filipino live-action children's television anthology series retelling popular Severino Reyes' classic tales. It headlines Manilyn Reynes as Herbie, Lola Basyang's compassionately strong-willed and high-spirited granddaughter who has made it her personal advocacy to disseminate Lola Basyang’s stories; and Paul Salas as Herbie's eight-year-old son Efren. Together, they drive around in a "rolling library" van packed with Lola Basyang’s books and goes to various places to spread Lola Basyang's classic tales and golden values. The show was originally aired weekly on GMA Network from February 4, 2007 to August 12, 2007 with the total of twenty-six episodes. It was also aired in GMA Pinoy TV from 2007 to 2008. The show won Best Children's Program in 2007 Catholic Mass Media Awards.