TELL ME SWEET SOMETHING tells the story of Moratiwa, an aspiring writer who owns and runs a bookstore in the heart of Johannesburg. The bookstore, like her love life, is not experiencing much success. This all changes when she meets and falls in love with the unlikeliest candidate in the world, Nat, a male model, who has never read a book in his life and is desperate to be loved for his mind not his body. Against the odds, they become romantically involved but then Sashi, Nat's now pregnant ex-girlfriend, shows up and sets off a chain of romantic complications into motion.
In a small agricultural village in northern Israel, on the day of the middle-sister's wedding, Maya, the youngest of the three sisters, arrives to the celebration with Alon, a sharp Israeli businessman living in London. Alon's enchantment with the close-knit family, the simplicity of village life and serene landscape, opens his heart to an almost unattainable closeness with Tamar, the oldest sister, and re-acquaintance with his alienated father.
Something in the Air was an Australian television soap opera transmitted by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation between 2000 and 2002. It was one of the first programs in Australia that was filmed in widescreen. It won the AACTA Award for Best Television Drama Series in 2001.
Something Borrowed, Something New is an American reality television series that premiered February 8, 2013, on TLC. Hosted by Kelly Nishimoto and Sam Saboura, brides-to-be are able to choose between a new designer dress or their reimagined heirloom. Created by Florence Deprez-Wright and Tanya Gill.
A short-lived weekly series based on the miniseries of the same name.
Something So Right is an American television situation comedy which ran on two different networks during its time on the air, and in reruns on the USA Network for a number of years after its cancellation. Something So Right starred Mel Harris as Carly Davis, a twice-divorced party planner who had married Jack Farrell, a divorced English teacher. They had three children, one from each of their former marriages. This program premiered on NBC in the fall of 1996, but despite airing between the Top 30 hit Mad About You and the Top 20 hit Frasier, found a rather small audience there and was canceled the following spring, only to be picked up as a midseason replacement on ABC the next year, running until July.
Something Wilder is an American sitcom starring Gene Wilder that ran on NBC from October 1, 1994 until June 13, 1995. The series was created by Lee Kalcheim and Barnet Kellman.
Something for Joey was a 1977 made-for-TV movie about the relationship between college football player John Cappelletti, and his younger brother Joey. Other cast members included Linda Kelsey and Steve Guttenberg. It appeared on the NBC television network, later repeating on NBC and CBS.
Eric and Donny are roommates working in an investment firm so they can do the things they love: Eric wants to be a writer, while Donny’s a budding photographer.
Something Special is a children's television programme produced and broadcast by the BBC. The producer is Allan Johnston who worked as a teacher of children with special needs before joining the BBC in 1989. It is designed to introduce children to Makaton signing, and is specifically aimed at children with delayed learning and communication difficulties. It is aired on the CBeebies channel and in the past was also broadcast as part of the CBeebies programme strand on BBC One and BBC Two). The name of the programme derives from the idea that all children, irrespective of their position on the learning spectrum, are special. It is presented by Justin Fletcher and features various other characters and clips of disabled children. Justin speaks as well as signing, and a spoken narrative is provided over the clips of children. The characters played by Justin are the Tumble Family: Mr Tumble, an adult clown who himself displays delayed learning and communication difficulties, Grandad Tumble and Baby Tumble. Other members of the Tumble family to have made appearances include two Aunts - Polly and Suki, Lord Tumble and King Tumble.
Was It Something I Said? is a British comedy panel show broadcast on Channel 4, presented by David Mitchell and featuring team captains Richard Ayoade and Micky Flanagan.
Too Something is an American sitcom that aired on the Fox network in October 1995 and again from May, 1996 to June 23, 1996.
Something Evil is a 1972 horror television movie starring Sandy Dennis, Darren McGavin, and Ralph Bellamy. Directed by Steven Spielberg, the screenplay was written by Robert Clouse.
Something Else is a British television programme broadcast on BBC2 from 1978 to 1982 and targeted at a youth audience. It began in 1978 on Saturday evenings and was the first example of the genre known as "youth TV" encompassing unknown and largely untrained young presenters with undisguised regional accents, minimal scripting, magazine format, freeform discussion of contemporary concerns and performances by "alternative" bands. The programme's influence was clear on subsequent shows such as The Tube, Oxford Road Show, Network 7 and The Word. It was also satirised by Not the Nine O'Clock News which began that same autumn, and also in "The Young Ones". It is remembered for capturing the last TV appearance by Joy Division who performed Transmission and She's Lost Control live in the studio in September 1979, and The Clash performing Clash City Rockers and Tommy Gun, in their only televised performance for the BBC.
When a 30-year-old woman hits a career and personal low, can she rebuild her life? He Mei Liang should be at the peak of her career and life, but she actually finds herself out of a job. She used to work in medical equipment sales, but she let people walk all over her while she was too afraid to stand up for herself, so she ends up hitting rock bottom. Although she used to look down on insurance salespeople, Mei Liang gets a job in the insurance industry and is determined to succeed. Mei Liang is partnered with the more veteran insurance salesman, You Zi Jie, who tries to prevent her from making too many gaffes in her new job. Can Zi Jie help Mei Liang rebuild her life and career?
Something Stupid was a short-lived Australian sketch comedy series which aired in 1998 on the Seven Network. The program was produced, written and performed by much the same team that was behind the Fast Forward series. The series had the working title The Lazy Susan Show. The characters of Kath, Kim and Sharon from the popular sitcom Kath & Kim appeared in a regular sketch on the program, and had originally appeared on Riley and Turner's previous project, Big Girl's Blouse.
Something Theater is an American television show created by Bobby Ciraldo, David Robbins, and Andrew Swant. The half-hour program has aired in Southeastern Wisconsin on The CW affiliate WVTV since February 2009. It is broadcast from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on a bi-monthly basis, usually on a Friday night. Episodes of Something Theater typically have nothing to do with one another, so viewers never know what to expect. Each episode is usually split into short comedic segments that feature animation, music videos, viral videos, short films, or experimental films. In December 2009 an episode aired which featured outtakes from the forthcoming feature film Hamlet A.D.D.. In May 2010 David Robbins produced an episode entitled "The County Line" which was later shown at The Suburban gallery, curated by Michelle Grabner, and at the No Soul For Sale art fair at the Tate Modern in London. In July 2010 Something Theater aired an episode that featured a 30-minute version of Gas 'N Fuel, a short film made by the creators of the Found Footage Festival. A 15-minute version of the film had previously screened at the South by Southwest Film Festival and 12 other film festivals. In September 2010 an episode of Something Theater screened at the Oriental Landmark Theatre as part of the Milwaukee Film Festival.
Something Remote is a 2009 American independent comedy film written and directed by Alex Laferriere, and produced by Nick Allain and Steve DiTullio. Starring C/J Haley, Rick Desilets, and John Selig, it follows three overeducated, TV-addicted roommates trying to stay together as an ex-girlfriend tries to tear them apart. Something Remote was the first feature-length film by Broken Wall Films. Something Remote was filmed for only $150, in director Alex Laferriere's actual apartment. It was awarded "Best Feature" and "Funniest Flick" at the Silk City Flick Fest in 2009. Something Remote was also shown at Gen Con Indy 2010 and the 2010 Wanderings Film Festival.
The stories of three women, Patricia, Prudence and Chantel, who are all about to become grandmothers in their 30’s! Having been young moms themselves, these women now face the reality that their own daughters are all about to give birth as teens. The series will reveal the challenges for the two generations as they try to balance their relationships, career goals and personal dreams. Each family is on an emotional roller coaster as they struggle with the daunting, yet exciting moment that will redefine their lives forever.