Anything But Love is an American television sitcom, which aired on ABC from March 7, 1989 to June 3, 1992, spanning four seasons and 56 episodes. The show starred Richard Lewis as Marty Gold and Jamie Lee Curtis as Hannah Miller, coworkers at a Chicago magazine with a mutual romantic attraction to each other, who struggled to keep their relationship strictly professional. The series, from creator Wendy Kout and developers Dennis Koenig and Peter Noah, was produced by Adam Productions in association with 20th Century Fox Television.
Broken is Veer and Sameera's story where their hearts were left broken and damaged after they lost their love. Destiny has brought love in to their lives again, will they give it a second chance?
Dark Matters: Twisted But True is a television series featured on the Science Channel. Hosted by actor John Noble of Fringe and Lord of the Rings, the show takes the viewer inside the laboratory to profile strange science and expose some of history's most bizarre experiments. This show uses narration and reenactments to portray the stories in this show. A new season of episodes, under the title Dark Matters: Extra Twisted, premiered on January 23, 2013. The episodes revisit previous stories with "deeper insight and new information."
What would you do for a million dollars?
Anyone But Me is a live-action, web television drama that first aired in 2008. The show is in serial short-format webisodes, each lasting between six and fifteen minutes, following the lives of a group of teenagers in New York City and Westchester County, New York. Anyone But Me was developed by Tina Cesa Ward and playwright Susan Miller from Ward's original work. Anyone But Me's initial launch and distribution was on Strike.TV. Subsequently it has been offered on its own website and other online video providers such as YouTube and Hulu.
Strange, but true? was a British supernatural documentary television series, presented by Michael Aspel, which explored supernatural phenomena and unexplained mysteries. It was produced by LWT and broadcast in the United Kingdom on ITV between 1993 and 1997. A pilot episode in May 1993 proved extremely popular, and led to four series, including the third which was given the title of Strange, but true? encounters. It achieved viewing figures of up to 12 million in the UK alone. The series explored a number of aspects of unexplained activity, from ghosts and poltergeists, to near death experiences, vampires and aliens. One episode featured an apparent communication from aliens in the year 2109. Other episodes featured phenomena including "phantom hitchhikers" and 11th-century monks in haunted castles. The live episode in June 1997 was screened to mark the 50 years anniversary of the Kenneth Arnold UFO sighting – the case from where the term 'Flying saucer' first entered popular vocabulary. The story consultant for Strange, but true? was Jenny Randles. In 1994, a companion book of the same name was released, authored by Peter A. Hough and Jenny Randles, ISBN 0-7499-1459-9. A sequel, Strange, but true? casebook, was authored in 1995 by Jenny Randles, ISBN 0-7499-1558-7.
A podcast, but outside.
Gribi būt miljonārs? was a Latvian game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show was hosted by Ģirts Līcis. Gribi būt miljonārs? was broadcast from 2002 to 2008. It was shown on the Latvian TV station TV3 on Wednesday at 20:20.
Contestants have to answer the truth to a tailored set of increasingly personal questions about their life in order to win a jackpot of £50,000.
Not Only... But Also is a 1960s BBC comedy series starring Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.
But Can They Sing? is a reality television series that premiered on October 30, 2005 on VH1 as part of its celebreality programming. Hosted by Ahmet Zappa, the series was partially based on NBC's announced but abandoned project I'm a Celebrity but I Wanna Be a Pop Star. Like its network predecessor, it was produced by Granada America. In January 2006 VH1 announced that the show would not return for a second season.
Not Only But Always is a British TV movie, originally screened on the Channel 4 network in the UK on 30 December 2004.
Not Barking But Howling is a sitcom written by the British actor and writer Jonathan Clarkson. While the main series itself is currently in development, storylines and characters from the show have been appearing on the internet in various forms since December 2006. The show tells the story of two werewolves, Mig and Prentis Hatchett, who run a minicab firm in New Cross, south east London. After the momentous events of the series’ first episode – so far only hinted at in online material - make them aware that they are being hunted, they are forced to take in their sharp-tongued Jewish sister-in-law, Diana Hatchett-Levy and enter into an uneasy living arrangement whilst trying to keep out of sight. A 5 minute [pitch trailer] was filmed for the show in 2006, to help promote it and sell the idea, and to date this has generated considerable attention on myspace and YouTube. To further flesh out the show and give people content to return to online, Clarkson began writing an A-Z of Not Barking But Howling, with each entry giving an insight into the background of the characters and their world. These have so far only been released in blog entries on the programme’s myspace page. In April 2007 a miniseries of webisodes of Not Barking But Howling was shot. These were given the umbrella title of “The Girl Who Cried Wolf”, and featured the actress India Fisher in a guest-starring role as a character named Delilah Tripp. They are due to begin broadcasting over the internet on November 24, 2007, to coincide with the full moon.