A harmless game of "Truth or Dare" among friends turns deadly when someone—or something—begins to punish those who tell a lie—or refuse the dare.
Kids compete to answer questions and complete stunts to win prizes and avoid getting green slime poured over them.
Getting inside the head of a violent criminal is not easy. But Simon Bo, a brilliant criminal psychologist, has the ability to get into the minds of even the most mysterious and violent criminals. He’s a professor at The University of Maryland and works as an analyst and advisor on the police department’s most violent or difficult cases. With the help of his young assistant, Jenny Jian, Simon delves into the thoughts and intentions of the criminal mind. As the daughter of a veteran police investigator with a deep sense of justice, can Jenny help Simon open up emotionally as they work together to solve crimes?
Lawyer-by-day Matt Murdock uses his heightened senses from being blinded as a young boy to fight crime at night on the streets of Hell’s Kitchen as Daredevil.
True Dare Kiss is a British television drama produced for BBC One. It is written by Debbie Horsfield and produced by Marcus Wilson and features Dervla Kirwan, David Bradley and Lorraine Ashbourne. It concerns the reunion of four sisters and a brother following the death of their estranged father, uncovering the truth, hiding secrets, and a cataclysmic event in the past. The series, set in the city of Manchester in the North-West of England, was aired in six parts from 28 June 2007. Filming for the series began on 8 January 2007.
In the broadcasting world, writers report news of things that have already occurred or are unfolding: they tell it like it is, without any control over transpiring events. 32-year-old news writer Na Mi Rae is the exception to the rule: she meets her future self who wants to change the events of her present life, namely advising her younger self not to marry news anchor Kim Shin. With this in mind, young Mi Rae pursues a vastly different path in life, one full of hopes and dreams. But what’s news to Mi Rae is that when you change even a small part of history, all of history changes along with it.
Two teams of four family members answer questions and perform stunts all-the-while getting messy.
Double Dare is an American television game show, produced by Mark Goodson—Bill Todman Productions, that ran from 1976 to 1977 on CBS. Alex Trebek was the host, with Johnny Olson and later Gene Wood announcing. The show was created by Jay Wolpert. Double Dare was Alex Trebek's only CBS game show, with all others originally airing either on NBC, in syndication, or in Canada; he also only hosted one show for ABC—Super Jeopardy!, which aired for thirteen weeks in 1990.
Two teams of children answer questions and perform stunts all-the-while getting messy.
Kids compete to answer questions and complete stunts to win prizes and avoid getting green slime poured over them in this reboot of the classic game show.
How Dare You! was a children's sketch/game show series that was produced by Tyne Tees Television and aired on ITV from 1984 until 1987. The theme tune in the third series was a variant on the hit song Stay Out Of My Life by the group 5 Star.
A music-infused docuseries in which Rory Kramer takes his artist friends (Justin Bieber, Steve Aoki, Iggy Azalea, The Chainsmokers and More) to the farthest reaches of their comfort zones and across the globe.
Dare To Believe is a surreal TV sketch show that was shown on ITV in the UK. The programme was shown during the early hours of the mornings, and ran for 2 series between 2002 and 2004, each with thirteen 30 minute episodes. The show gained a cult following amongst students and insomniacs. It largely consisted of dada-inspired comedy sketches, interspersed with periods of hypnotic visuals. During these hypnotic visuals, its much-used catchphrase was often recited: "Fly like a mouse, run like a cushion, be the small bookcase". It was written and directed by Tim de Jongh, who also acted in the show. Tim Firth and Michael Marshall Smith who both co-wrote some of the material were better known for their work on the BBC Radio 4 show, And Now, In Colour. Tim Scott won a BAFTA in 2003 for co-writing and directing the children's show Ripley and Scuff. Dare To Believe was commissioned and then re-commissioned by David Liddament. The show was abandoned upon Liddament's exit from ITV. The show notably contained voice-over work and appearances by the late Patrick Allen.
Dare To Dream Show is a web series created by established young actors Samantha Richelle, Tamara Tara Cole, and Aaron Cole. They interview young artists and actors in Hollywood. The show's goal is to empower youth to make a difference in their community and follow their dreams with the help of their favorite stars. The show's attention began after Justin Bieber tweeted a link to their site. After that, Bieber fans flocked to Dare To Dream Show's YouTube channel for exclusive looks at his documentary Never Say Never.
I Dare Ya was an Irish reality comedy series that starred Irish comedian Andrew Stanley and Australian comedian Damien Clark. It was shown on Irish television station RTÉ Two. Hosted in front of an audience, the pair showed dares that they had carried out, which were requested by the public. The series ran for 6 episodes from 12 November 2007 to 17 December 2007, at 9:30pm every Monday night. It was only shown for one season.
I Dare You is a Canadian children's television series hosted by Daniel Cook. Cook dares viewers to participate in three physical exercises. At the end of the program all three movements are combined. The program aims to encourage physical activity, not simply passive viewing. Each episode ends with Cook eating healthy food, such as fruit or milk. The series aired for two seasons.
They Who Dare was a BBC TV series that ran for two series from 1995 until 1996. It consisted of short documentaries profiling individuals or groups who take part in extreme sports or perform dangerous stunts. It was narrated by Terry Molloy. The programme was repeated but has not been rebroadcast since 1998 the theme was taken from The Mission soundtrack, composed by Ennio Morricone.