After the Akizuku clan fall in defeat to rival clan Yamana, Princess Yuki (Nagasawa Masami) and general Rokurota (Hiroshi Abe), take cover in a hidden fortress, along with their clan and gold treasury. Fortuitously stumbling into the hideaways, brash young miner Takezo (Matsumoto Jun) and his bumbling sidekick Shinhachi (Miyagawa Daiuske) hatch a daring plan to help transport the gold out of enemy terrain - in exchange for a share of the stash, of course. With assassins hot in pursuit, Yuki disguises as a male and ventures into the real world with Rukurota and her peasant companions, getting her first taste of danger, toil, and budding romance with the strong-minded and willful Takezo.
An anthropologist and an alcoholic helicopter pilot discover a race of predatory reptile men in the jungles of South America.
Forever Green is a television programme originally broadcast on ITV in the United Kingdom from 1989 to 1992. It was made for London Weekend Television by Picture Partnership Productions, now named Carnival Films.
The Black Forest Clinic is a German language medical drama television series that was produced by and filmed in West Germany. The series was produced between 1984 and 1988 with the original airing being from October 2, 1985 to March 25, 1989 on West Germany's ZDF television channel. The series' storyline follows the inner workings of a small fictional hospital in the Black Forest region of Germany as well as the lives of the Brinkmann family of doctors who work at the hospital. Shortly after broadcasting had begun in 1985, The Black Forest Clinic became a highly popular television event, reaching audiences of over 20 million viewers. 25 years since its debut, it is still highly regarded in Germany. The series had been re-broadcast several times since 1985 and has spawned two television films released 20 years after its initial airing.
Forecast Earth is the name for The Weather Channel's environmental initiatives. It also was the name of an environment news program that ran on TWC from 2006 to 2008.
Together Forever is a Filipino teen-oriented drama series created by Rona Sales, under the direction of Roderick Lindayag and produced by GMA Network. The series headlines the love team of Julie Anne San Jose and Elmo Magalona as the main cast, with Janine Gutierrez, Steven Silva, Sef Cadayona, Enzo Pineda and Renz Valerio. The series is set in the fictional supermarket called Life Central Supermarket and in Eastville University, following the lives of Ely, Jasmine and Raz, three siblings who left on their own to manage the family business making them realize that the most important things in life are the ones money can't buy: love, family, and most important of all, togetherness. This series debuted on June 17, 2012, replacing the hit teen series Reel Love presents Tween Hearts. This is a spin-off drama series of Red Mask. This is the second spin-off drama soap in GMA for 2012 after Luna Blanca.
Der Forellenhof is a German television series.
Mikee Forever is a Filipino sitcom produced by Viva Television and aired on GMA Network. This sitcom starred Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski with Edu Manzano, Rufa Mae Quinto, Sunshine Dizon and Polo Ravales. Directed by Ipe Pelino, the sitcom aired every Wednesday evenings on GMA's Comedy block from March 10, 1999 to September 1, 1999. This was actually a reformatted version of Mikee's self titled drama anthology Mikee, which has been on air for four years. So Mikee and the rest of the production team behind the drama anthology decided to come up a straight-comedy or a sitcom, for a change. Mikee Forever is a collaboration of Jose Javier Reyes, director Ipe Pelino and writer Mel del Rosario.
Forever Young is an American reality television series that premiered on TV Land on April 3, 2013 from Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg's Katalyst, and 3 Ball Productions headed by executive producers J. D. Roth and Todd A. Nelson.
Forensic Investigators: Australia's True Crimes is an Australian television show hosted by Lisa McCune which aired on the Seven Network. It aired from 2004 to 2006. Focusing on actual Australian crimes, each episode unfolds the drama minute-by-minute showing viewers the tireless work of detectives, and the scientific procedures required to solve these mysteries. The series includes exclusive footage that has never been seen outside the courtroom, including police videos, crime scene stills and other forensic evidence. Recently the 1st and 2nd seasons have been released on DVD. The third season featured a new time slot – Wednesday at 8:30 pm. It is not known when, or if the fourth season will begin airing.
Friends Forever is a Singaporean-Malaysian produced dramedy series. It features both Singaporean and Malaysian actors and is the 16th co-production of MediaCorp TV and ntv7. The Chinese title refers to "muar chee", a popular sticky rice cake, and alludes to how friendship binds together a group of individuals.
Turtles Forever, also known as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles Forever or TMNT: Turtles Forever, is a 2009 American television film produced by 4Kids Entertainment and Mirage Studios. The movie is a crossover film featuring three different incarnations of the titular heroes throughout the franchise's history: the original Prime Turtles team from the 1984 comic book series, the light-hearted, family-friendly characters from the 1987 animated series, and the darker, more serious cast of the 4Kids' own 2003 animated series — in an adventure that spans multiple parallel universes. It also marks the finale to the 2003 animated series. This movie was produced in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. A rough, nearly finished version of the film premiered at the San Diego Comic Con in July 2009. The movie was to be released in theaters for one night on October 29, 2009, but due to disputes between 4Kids Entertainment and Fathom, the event was canceled, according to National CineMedia. The movie aired on TV on The CW4Kids station on November 21, after the 25th anniversary Top 10 Countdown. An encore showing aired from November 28 to December 12, split into three 23-minute episodes. A third showing of the movie aired on March 20 the following year. A fourth showing aired on May 29. An uncut version of the film appeared on the CW4kids's website on December 16 that includes 8 minutes of footage cut from the version that aired on TV. The movie was released on non-anamorphic widescreen DVD on August 24, 2010 from Nickelodeon/Paramount Pictures home entertainment. The DVD release contains the TV edit. The uncut anamorphic widescreen version was later released in 2011 on DVD in the PAL DVD regions. There are currently no plans for an American release of the uncut movie. On August 29, 2010, Nickelodeon aired the movie on the channel for the first time, then aired again on Thanksgiving Day of 2010.
Foreign Exchange, which debuted on June 27, 2005, is a business show on CNBC World focusing exclusively on trading in the currency markets. Foreign Exchange is CNBC World's first original live program, is anchored by a rotating group of reporters from CNBC's Global Headquarters, and Dow Jones Newswires' Nick Hastings as a contributor from CNBC Europe headquarters in London. The show now airs weekdays from 8:30 to 8:45 AM ET.