A girl gets through a break up with her and her fiancé when she knows that he's cheating on her. A young passionate man helps her and they fall in love but there is some conditions that keeps them from being together.
An unusual, real-world romance involving relatable people, with one catch - there are three of them! You Me Her infuses the sensibilities of a smart, grounded indie rom-com with a distinctive twist: one of the two parties just happens to be a suburban married couple.
Whether it's destiny or life, the best things that happen to you are often hidden behind untold problems. Demir and Selin are stubborn like goats. They claim the same house and have to live together. In addition, when Demir comes to the company where Selin works as a manager, the events will be confused.
An acutely observed, forensically honest, warts-and-all look at a working-class couple in their mid-20s.
When everyman Patrick Owen is bitten by the easily-excited puppy of movie star Alexandra Young, he becomes an overnight sensation. His anonymity and privacy go up in the flash of a hundred paparazzi cameras.
Her Story is about two trans women in Los Angeles who have given up on love, when suddenly chance encounters give them hope. Violet is drawn to Allie, a reporter who approaches her for an interview, while career-driven Paige meets James, the first man she’s considered opening up to in years. Will they risk letting what they are stand in the way of being loved for who they are? Trans women in the media have long been punchlines, killers, indications of urban grit, pathetic tragedies, and dangerous sirens. Rarely have they been complex characters who laugh, struggle, and grow, who share strength in sisterhood, who seek and find love. Her Story depicts the unique, complicated, and very human women we see in queer communities, and explores how these women navigate the intersections of label identity and love.
Maid Marian and her Merry Men is a British children's sitcom created and written by Tony Robinson and directed by David Bell. It began in 1989 on BBC One and ran for four series, with the last episode shown in 1994. The show was a partially musical comic retelling of the legend of Robin Hood, placing Maid Marian in the role of leader of the Merry Men, and reducing Robin to an incompetent ex-tailor. The programme was much appreciated by children and adults alike, and has been likened to Blackadder, not only for its historical setting and the presence of Tony Robinson, but also for its comic style. It is more surreal than Blackadder, however, and drops even more anachronisms. Many of the show's cast such as Howard Lew Lewis, Forbes Collins, Ramsay Gilderdale and Patsy Byrne had previously appeared in various episodes of Blackadder alongside Robinson. Like many British children's programmes, there is a lot of social commentary sneakily inserted, as well as witty asides about the Royal family, buses running on time, etc. Many of the plots spoofed or referenced film and television shows including other incarnations of Robin Hood in those mediums.
Der Prins muß her is a German television series.
Based on the Wattpad novel 'He's Into Her' by Maxine Lat Calibuso.
The Hit Man and Her was a British television dance music show hosted by Pete Waterman and Michaela Strachan. The programme was produced for Granada Television and ran from September 1988 until December 1992.
Maggie and Her is a British LWT comedy TV series starring Julia McKenzie, Irene Handl and Carol Gillies. It aired between 1976 and 1979. The series is about a divorced school teacher and her elderly neighbour.
"Penny and Her Pals" was a children's TV program broadcast by KTVW Channel 13 in Tacoma, USA, every afternoon at 4:00 p.m. from the late 1950s to the early 1970s. Penny, played by the ventriloquist Lamoyne Hreha, was a pretty blonde lady with a ponytail who lived in a castle with a strange assortment of characters who became known as her "pals". Hreha, daughter of a Tacoma restaurateur, Anton Barcott, learned to throw her voice while still in high school and acted as the assistant in the magic act of her future husband, John Hreha, a well-known professional magician and mentalist. She created the Penny TV character with Hreha's help in the late 1950s. Speaking of his wife's TV persona, he would often say, "We both knew that Penny needed to be the ultimate Goodie-Two-Shoes that any parent would trust their child with for at least one hour." Like most local origination children's shows of the era, Penny showed cartoons, ran contests, interviewed guests to the castle and hosted hundreds of children's groups who came to tour KTVW Studios to see the show which was performed live each day. There was never a written script - each show was all improvisation. Hreha, a mother of three school-aged children herself at the time, worked out a general plot line for each week of shows with a heavy emphasis on messages that she thought that children needed to hear. Children viewing the show at home were given lessons in generosity, sharing, kindness, diversity, inclusion, bravery, perseverance, and many other subjects through the misadventures of the show's characters.
Four wildly different women struggle to find love, success and happiness under the scrutiny of their ball-breaking boss.
An act of violence rocks a sleepy Georgia town as well as the bond between a mother and her daughter.