Three young men bond together to escape volatile families in their Rust Belt hometown. As they face adult responsibilities, unexpected revelations threaten their decade-long friendship.
A team of talented Australian and American intelligence analysts work together to ensure global stability in one of the world's most important and secretive joint intelligence facilities... Pine Gap. But the relationship between the Australian and American intelligence analysts working at Pine Gap isn’t always rosy.
It’s the story of British lads Dylan and Sean, childhood friends who have drifted apart, who initially set out to backpack through China but end up taking on the whole continent.
Generation Gap is an interactive sitcom used to teach children how to resolve conflicts amongst their peers. It first aired on PBS in 2004 as an educational television special. The unique interactive format worked in two ways: The studio audience was called on in the beginning of the program to suggest the character's conflict; a featured classroom of middle-school students, shot on location, was then called on to resolve the conflict in the end. It was hosted by actress Aileen Quinn, of Annie fame. It was done as an independent project by filmmaker Edna Harris, who created the interactive format of the show.
Father and daughter home renovation team Doug and Paige pick up a hodgepodge Dallas, TX, home in need of some extra attention. They intend to turn this confusing home into a charming and cohesive space. Will they be able to pull it off?
20 years ago Moo-Yeom’s father was a suspect in the "Gap Dong” serial murder case. Because of the detectives’ oppressive investigation, Moo-Yeom’s father killed himself. Now, Moo-Yeom is a detective and works to capture the killer Gap Dong. The statue of limitations has expired for the serial murder case and Moo-Yeom resigns to the belief that Gap Dong is dead. New clues though for Gap Dong appears in front of Moo-Yeom and he sets out to catch him once and for all.
A family drama that illustrates marriage and married life in modern society in a positive light.
The Generation Gap was a primetime American game show that aired from February 7 to May 23, 1969 on ABC. It was originally hosted by Dennis Wholey for the first ten episodes, after which he was replaced by Jack Barry. Fred Foy announced during the entire run. Two teams of three players competed – one composed of people under the age of thirty, the other being people over thirty. At least one member of each team was a well-known celebrity, occasionally playing against a relative on the other team.
Gặp nhau cuối năm is a Vietnam's annual TV special that airs on New Year's Eve on VTV. The show is widely popular in Vietnam, considered a traditional show of lunar new year on television. The show originally was a new-year special episode of VTV's famous comedic show "Gap Nhau Cuoi Tuan" but still continued after Gap Nhau Cuoi Tuan ended. The main plot of the show based on Vietnamese's folk tales about Tao Quan. "Gap Nhau Cuoi Nam" is famous for its comedic view of the problems in Vietnam economic & society throughout the year. VFC has been producing this show for VTV since 2003. The show features biggest names in comedy in Vietnam like Quoc Khanh, Van Dung, Quang Thang, Tu Long, Cong Ly, Xuan Bac... The format of the show changed in some years. In 2009, Hoa Táo, a parody beauty competition for Tao Quan, was presented. In 2011, the show was named Táo Idol with format based on talent shows that aired in Vietnam in 2010, especially Vietnam Idol. The show used to be premiere on VTV on Lunar New Year's Eve but since 2010, the show has been releasing on DVD a week before the air date. The DVD version is the full recording and usually longer and slightly different from the TV version.
Documentary in which 12 volunteers from two different generations attempt to bridge the generation gap. Will a willingness to understand each other end positively or open more questions?
Hamish & Andy's Gap Year is a Logie Award winning comedy series following Hamish Blake and Andy Lee, a pair of Australian comedians, on their trips to various international locations. The first season saw the boys visiting America for ten episodes and broadcast their show weekly from New York City. In its second season in 2012, the show was titled "Hamish & Andy's Euro Gap Year" and seven episodes were broadcast from The Lord Stanley, a disused pub in East London, England. The third season known as "Hamish and Andy's Gap Year Asia" in 2013 will be broadcast from a bar in Bangkok, Thailand, called 'The Raintree'. The concept for the show was created when the Nine Network hired comedians Hamish Blake and Andy Lee for two series in two years. They came across the idea of "Gap Year" when they realised they never took a gap year after high school, so they would film their many adventures overseas as it was 'ironic' that they had just received a contract for TV.
Three girls have intimate former classmates that continue onto University. Trying to separate the learning processes and goals in life, they find a difficult task. Honey likes a guy more than a friend! Because maple and Polynesian caught girlfriend secretly love to have a mistress (Gig). Trying to open their eyes, open their minds, honey, finds out the truth. But honey instead of angry friends Three girls fight Goliath Minority dig the former blew feel attacked as well. The trio decided to wear Converse, despite the different ways it's sad, but intolerant build walls in the grave.