What could be a simple love story for Jonathan and Jenna turns out to be mayhem. Jonathan's best friend Andy wants to prove that Jenna looks like an adult film star and his boss is black-mailing him who turns out to be Jenna's brother-in-law.
Who's the Boss? is an American sitcom created by Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter, which aired on ABC from September 20, 1984 to April 25, 1992. Produced by Embassy Television, in association with Hunter-Cohan Productions, and Columbia Pictures Television, the series starred Tony Danza as a retired major league baseball player who relocates to Fairfield, Connecticut to work as a live-in housekeeper for a divorced advertising executive, played by Judith Light. Also featured were Alyssa Milano, Danny Pintauro, and Katherine Helmond. The show received positive reviews throughout most of its run, becoming one of the most popular sitcoms of the mid-to-late-1980s. The series was nominated for more than forty awards, including ten Primetime Emmy Award and five Golden Globe Award nominations, winning each one. Also very successful in the ratings, Who's the Boss? consistently ranked in the top ten in the final primetime ratings between the years of 1985 and 1989, and has since continued in syndication worldwide.
Who's Sorry Now? explores big marquee moments of regret from public figures such as Bill Clinton and Tiger Woods to take a timely look at the art, the spin and the billion dollar business behind The Big Apology.
Who’s No. 1? is a sports series that debuted on ESPN25 in 2004 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of ESPN. Hosted by Stuart Scott, the show counted down a “Top 25 over the last 25 Years” list, counting down to #1, in such categories as Best Teams, Worst Teams, Biggest Flops, Greatest Records, Most Outrageous Characters, Biggest Controversies, etc. during the history of ESPN, which debuted on September 7, 1979. The final episode, “The Best 25 Games over the Last 25 Years,” was televised on September 7—ESPN’s 25th birthday. The show made its ESPN Classic debut on May 2, 2005 with Trey Wingo as host; this series is similar to its ESPN25 predecessor but has a Top 20 list and new features such as Best Masters, Best College Football Bowls, Greatest Game 7s, etc. and counts down to the top of all time, rather than the last 25 years. It also concludes with a "Second Guessers" segment where some of the rankings are questioned.
Who's Your Daddy? is a Fox reality television program hosted by soap opera actress Finola Hughes. The first of six planned episodes aired in January 2005 to low ratings and a torrent of hostile press attention, prompting Fox to shelve the remaining shows indefinitely. They have since appeared on Fox Reality. For the show's premise, an adult who had been put up for adoption as an infant was placed in a room with 25 men, one of whom was their biological father. If the contestant could correctly pick out who was their father, the contestant would win $100,000. If they chose incorrectly, the person that they incorrectly selected would get the $100,000, although the contestant would still be reunited with his or her father. This show drew controversy from adoption rights organizations, leading to one Fox affiliate declining to air the series pilot, a 90-minute special. The first adoption contestant was actress T. J. Myers. After the pilot finished fourth in the Nielsen ratings for its time slot, Fox decided not to broadcast the other five episodes that had been produced. However, the pilot aired as a 'special' and not as a 'series premiere' so technically the series was canceled before airing an episode. United Press International reported that Myers "guessed which of eight men was her father. She guessed correctly and won $100,000."
Who's Watching the Kids? is an American sitcom which aired on NBC from September 22, 1978 until December 15, 1978. It was produced by Garry Marshall, who was partly responsible for ratings domination over at rival ABC at the time with his string of hits. The series focused on two young Las Vegas showgirls, working and rooming together, who each had a younger sibling living with them. The series originated as the pilot special Legs, which NBC aired on May 19, 1978.
Who's Your Daddy Now? is a situational comedy television show in the Philippines that was aired every Monday evenings by GMA Network replacing Lagot Ka, Isusumbong Kita. The show was part of the network's GMA KiliTV block. The show was canceled after a couple of months and so it last aired on July 9, 2007.
Who's Still Standing? was the American adaptation of the Israeli game show Lauf al Hamiliyon, which offers contestants the opportunity to win up to US$1 million while competing in head-to-head trivia battles. Ben Bailey, host of the game show Cash Cab, hosted the show which originally ran on NBC from December 19, 2011 to January 30, 2012. On May 13, 2012, it was announced that the show will not be renewed for a second season due to high production costs, despite having acceptable ratings.