So-hee has been seeing Tae-woo for a long time. One day, a new man named Eun-hyeok appears in front of her and proposes. So-hee has already promised to marry Tae-woo so she's not easily moved by Eun-hyeok's proposal. She refuses him by saying she loves women more than men and he becomes shocked. He goes under gender transplant to go back to her and becomes a woman named Eun-joo...
A-Ra (Ha Na-Kyung) works at a real estate office as the director. She also has clandestine meetings with some of her male customers for fun. Meanwhile, Mi-Yeon (Kwak Hyun-Hwa) begins working at the same real estate office. She hates it when men look at her body. One day, Mi-Yeon notices that somebody is secretly watching her and she gets excited. Mi-Yeon then begins exposing herself to the person watching her ...
ABC Daytime's morning chatfest, currently featuring Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Meghan McCain, and Abby Huntsman, discussing the most exciting events of the day. Hot topics in the news, the best experts in their field, celebrity interviews and general entertainment are all part of The View.
This is the only show that will provide a perfect beauty guide to match the personal preference. Ordinary people are invited as the makeup models on the show. The professional makeup artist uses her brushes and works wonders to show viewers about the fascinating beauty world.
Points of View is a long-running British television series broadcast on BBC One. It started in 1961 and features the letters of viewers offering praise, criticism and purportedly witty observations on the television of recent weeks.
We will get involved in every little detail of the stars’ lives. The managers who work closely with the stars reveal their mundane lives. Once the information is all revealed, the professional meddlers from various different fields are invited to make comments regarding even the smallest details. Lee Yeong Ja, Jun Hyun Moo, Song Eun I, Kim Saeng Min, Yang Se Hyeong and Yoo Byung Jae participate as the life meddlers along with the professionals.
The View is an Irish television programme broadcast on RTÉ One between 1999 and 2011. Presented by John Kelly, it centred on arts-related topics. It was initially known as Later On 2 and was presented by various presenters until John Kelly joined RTÉ from Today FM, Later On 2 was broadcast on first Network 2 in 1997, it later rebranded as The View, it remained in the same broadcast slot but on RTÉ One until 13 December, 2011. The View featured reviews of books, exhibitions, films, music, theatre and art. There was a varied panel of contributors who offer their opinions including artists, writers, journalists, film-makers and critics. The programme was broadcast each Tuesday night. The series producer was Angela Ryan and it was directed by Declan Byrne. The show's theme track was "Rodney Yates" by Belfast musician David Holmes.
Weekend View is a weekend weather program on The Weather Channel, airing from 5-11 a.m. Eastern Time. Because of this timeslot, it can be considered the weekend equivalent to Morning Rush, although it airs for six hours in comparison to the three-hour time length of Morning Rush. Weekend View includes local and national outlooks for the day as well as lifestyle segments.
In View is a Canadian cultural current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television from 1962 to 1963.
Variety View was an Australian television series which aired on Melbourne station ABV-2 from 1958 to 1959. The series was a half-hour live variety show. Some episodes were hosted by Harry Sutcliffe and Robert Peach. In the 1 August 1958 episode, the host was Frank Rich, while the guests included instrumental group The Four Jelatis, juggler John Broadway, tenor Eric Michaelson, baritone William Laird, and singer Shirlene Clancy.
Little Jette befriends her new neighbor Martin who recently returned after army service.
In April 2014, Paris Zoo opens its doors to the public after two years of huge restoration works. Two years to invent a new kind of zoo. With the complicity of a veterinary and an animal or a group of animals, each episode of the series will tell the story of the arrival of an animal at the zoo or a particular event that marked its reopening, including all the stages and issues that characterize them. Each episode will focus on a central story with an emblematic animal but the other species will also be present in our series through sub-plots.
One Ocean View is an American primetime television reality show about eleven single New Yorkers looking for romance on Fire Island. It premiered on ABC at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central, and CTV at 9:00 pm Eastern/8:00 pm Central on Monday, July 31, 2006. The show was similar to The Real World, another series produced by Bunim/Murray Productions, though the cast was only together on weekends, spending their weekdays living their normal lives. The show's cast of eleven twentysomethings included four men, and seven women. One Ocean View created controversy among the typically publicity-averse Fire Island visitors. The cast and producers were not welcome guests on the island while filming. The show's premiere garnered a low 1.5/4 rating among those between 18-49. It was dropped from ABC's schedule after attracting only 2.74 million viewers on August 7, 2006, making it ABC's least-watched show for that week.
The View from Here is a Canadian television series, which airs on TVOntario. Hosted by Ian Brown, the program airs documentary films. The series is a frequent nominee for Best Documentary Series at the Gemini Awards, and won the award in 1999 and 2000.
How Do You View? was the first comedy series on British television. The programme was based around an on-screen persona of Terry-Thomas as "a glamorous, mischievous and discreetly cash-strapped man-about-town", introducing a series of sketches in which he also appeared, alongside Peter Butterworth as his chauffeur; Janet Brown; Avril Angers; H.C. Walton as the family retainer, Moulting and Diana Dors. The programme was broadcast live and often included Terry-Thomas walking through control rooms and corridors of the BBC's Lime Grove and Alexandra Palace studios. The series is described by the author and historian Mark Lewisohn as being "inventive ... truly televisual and not just a radio programme in costume".
Two half-hour dramas focusing on issues in the East of England.