Margarita is an ABS-CBN teleserye starring Wendy Valdez of Pinoy Big Brother: Season 2. First announced by Valdez in a guest appearance on The Buzz, the series was promoted as "the most controversial and boldest TV series." It aired on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida slot at 6 PM. Margarita is a story of young woman who, in her desire to give her family the best life she can imagine, ends up working as a showgirl. She gets paid by giving entertainment and enticing the fantasies of many men. But deep inside, Margarita dreams of a better life and longs for happiness and true love. The series ended with an incomplete storyline on September 21, 2007, having lasted less than two months on the air.
The historical television series René Lévesque, broadcast in 1994, tells the story of René Lévesque, a Quebec premier. It stars Denis Bouchard as Lévesque. Another notable member of the cast is Claudia Cardinale, of 8½, Once Upon a Time in the West, and Pink Panther fame.
Rakhi - Atoot Rishtey Ki Dor is a Hindi TV serial that airs on Zee TV since August 27, 2007 until February 12, 2009. It looks at the complex scenario within which a brother-sister relationship goes through.
Jackson Horn is a television drama series, produced in Yakima, Washington. The series was based on the life of creator Josh Hodgins. The first season, which consisted of twelve episodes, debuted December 2, 2006 at 10PM on KFFX-TV and KCYU-LP, the area's Fox affiliates. Syndication of the series has since expanded to Spokane, Washington; Medford, Oregon; Tucson, Arizona; and Honolulu, Hawaii.
Liberty Street was a Canadian drama television series, which aired on CBC Television in 1995. Produced by Kit Hood and Linda Schuyler, the team behind the long-running Degrassi series of television shows, Liberty Street was an attempt to create a similar series depicting the lives of a group of young adults living on their own for the first time. The pilot film, X-Rated, aired in 1994 and was developed into an 11-episode series. The cast included Henriette Ivanans, Joel Bissonnette, Billy Merasty, Kimberly Huie and Pat Mastroianni. Parts of the show were shot in and around the Liberty Village area of Toronto.
Rue des Pignons was a French-Canadian TV series which ran from 1966 to 1977. Radio-Canada has reportedly lost most of the episodes of the series, only managing to trace about 35 of the 414 episodes from 1966 to 1977. The program's theme song was composed and recorded by Pierre Brabant who also played much of the show's background music.
The Heights is an American musical drama series that aired on the Fox network from August to November 1992.
Destilando Amor is a 2007 Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa and Nicandro Díaz. It stars Angélica Rivera and Eduardo Yáñez as the main protagonists and was set primarily in Tequila, Jalisco. It is a remake of the 1994 Colombian telenovela Café, con aroma de mujer, and was nominated for twelve Premios TVyNovelas of which it won ten including Best Telenovela of the Year.
Cliffhangers is an American drama series that debuted on February 27, 1979 on NBC. Each hour-long episode was divided into three 20-minute segments : Stop Susan Williams, The Secret Empire, and The Curse of Dracula.
Lastikman is an action, dramedy fantaserye based on Mars Ravelo's comic book character bearing the same name. The show initially aired on ABS-CBN on September 24, 2007. Vhong Navarro played the title role. The story follows Miguel who transforms into a superhero who came from another planet. His love interest was named Yellena White.
Time of Your Life was a Canadian television soap opera which ran production from August 1988 to May 1989. The series was created by producer Harry Jakobs and Maryse Wilder, Rhea Cohen and Maurice Thevenet. The series was shot in Montreal, in a studio with built sets in an industrial lot warehouse on Royalmount and The Decarie Expressway near Montreal's racetrack Blue Bonnets and Orange Julep. It was loosely based on the low budget Canadian independent feature Rebel High. The series debuted on October 17, 1988 and was aired right after the American soap opera General Hospital at 4pm, daily Monday through Friday replacing Bob Barker's The Price Is Right. Making it at that period Canada's first daily syndicated soap opera with all 130 episodes shot two weeks in advance to air date until completion of the first season cliffhanger.
Foreign Objects was a Canadian television series, which aired on CBC Television in 2001. A short-run dramatic anthology series, the series was written and produced by Ken Finkleman. Finkleman starred as documentary producer George Findlay, the same character he had played in his earlier series The Newsroom, More Tears and Foolish Heart. Apart from Findlay, each episode focused on a different set of characters, and portrayed a self-contained story around the theme of human frailty and obsession. The cast also included Colm Feore, Karen Hines, Tom McCamus, Arsinée Khanjian and Rebecca Jenkins. Finkleman's next project for the CBC was the television movie Escape from the Newsroom.
Wuri's Family was a popular Korean household drama, broadcast by MBC in 2002.
Papa–Love Forever was an 18-episode Korean drama shown by KBS in 1996.
Mr. District Attorney is a popular radio crime drama which aired on NBC and ABC from April 3, 1939 to June 13, 1952. The series focused on a crusading D.A., initially known only as "Mister District Attorney," or "Chief", and was later translated to television. On television the D.A. had a name, Paul Garrett, and the radio version picked up this name in the final years when David Brian played the role. A key figure in the dramas was the D.A.'s secretary, Edith Miller.
Acting Sheriff is an unsold, half-hour television pilot created by Walt Disney Television for television network CBS that aired across the United States on Saturday, August 17, 1991 at 10:30 PM. Identified as episode number 895 in Walt Disney Television season number 35, the 30-minute comedy drama featured Canadian Grammy- and Tony Award- winning entertainer Robert Goulet as B movie actor Brent McCord who is elected to the unlikely job of sheriff in a small Northern California town. With only an actor's knowledge and experience of what a sheriff does, the McCord character clashes with the local district attorney, character Donna Singer, and eventually lets a bank robber-prisoner escape. Character Mike Swanson, a deputy who is loyal to McCord, captures the escaped prisoner and helps cover for McCord's mistake by informing news reporters that McCord made the capture.
E's is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and drawn by Satoru Yuiga. It was originally serialized in Monthly GFantasy from 1997 through 2005, and later published in 16 tankōbon volumes by Square Enix from March 18, 2003 to February 27, 2010. The series focuses on Kai Kudou, an "Esper", who is recruited by an organization called Ashurum to become a soldier to purportedly save other psychics from regular humans. After a mission in Gald goes wrong, Kai finds himself living with a man named Yuuki and his adopted sister Asuka. As he learns more about Ashurum, Kai finds himself wondering what their true goals are, and worrying about his ill sister, who is under Ashurum's care. The series was adapted into a twenty-six episode anime series entitled E's Otherwise by Studio Pierrot. It debuted in Japan on April 1, 2003 on TV Tokyo; the final episode aired on September 23, 2003. Two light novels and three drama CDs related to the series have also been released in Japan. Broccoli Books licensed the manga series for English-language publication in North America in 2006. ADV Films licensed the anime series for North American broadcast and distribution, with the English dubbed version of the series airing on Anime Network.