Noah spends the perfect first night with the girl of his dreams Avery but gets relegated to the friend zone. He spends the next three years wondering what went wrong - until he gets the unexpected chance to travel back in time and alter that night, and his fate, over and over again.
How I Met Your Mother is an American sitcom that originally aired on CBS from September 19, 2005, to March 31, 2014. The series follows the main character, Ted Mosby, and his group of friends in Manhattan. As a framing device, Ted, in the year 2030, recounts to his son and daughter the events that led to his meeting their mother.
A man dies in a car crash, but awakes with the spirit of another person. He becomes the head of two families and he agonizes over his two different wives.
Getroud met rugby is a South African television series which premiered on kykNET on 7 April 2009. It was marketed as an Afrikaans-language version of the British television show Footballers' Wives; the title literally translates to English as Married To Rugby.
This romantic comedy follows the story of three friends — Sebastian, a boy; Iris, a girl; and Alejandro, a closeted homosexual - who eventually fall in love with each other and find themselves in an unusual love triangle.
The Metropolitan Opera and PBS have joined forces to create a new series of live opera performances.
Mexican superstar actress Kate del Castillo reveals the untold story of her encounter with El Chapo Guzmán, the world’s most-wanted drug lord.
A fly-on-the-wall series showing Louis Theroux spending time with guest celebrities.
Picking up where the 2015 film left off, this coming-of-age buddy comedy follows fearless Tip and overenthusiastic Oh, as they navigate the crazily combined human and alien culture they live in, finding adventure everywhere they go.
Documentary following the officers of Britain's biggest and busiest police service as they deal with life, death, crime and its victims, all across the capital.
Monsters We Met is a documentary produced by the BBC and later aired on Animal Planet in 2003 but also had footage from Walking with Beasts and Walking with Cavemen both made by BBC but the footage only appeared on the US airing. The show used computer-generated imagery to recreate the life of the giant animals that lived during the last ice age and explains how early humans encountered them. It also features humans as the main reason to the extinction of all great animals.
When Steptoe Met Son is a 2002 Channel 4 documentary about the personal lives of Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H. Corbett, the stars of the longrunning BBC situation comedy, Steptoe and Son. It aired on 20 August 2002. The programme reveals how Brambell and Corbett were highly dissimilar to their on-screen characters. Corbett felt he had a promising career as a serious actor, but was trapped by his role as Harold and forced to keep returning to the series after typecasting limited his choice of work. Brambell, meanwhile, was a homosexual, something that in the 1960s was still frowned upon by traditional English society and, until the Sexual Offences Act 1967, illegal, and was thus driven underground. The documentary went on to claim that during an ill-fated final tour of Australia the already strained relationship between Corbett and Brambell finally broke down for good. However, the writers of Steptoe and Son, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, declined being involved in the documentary as it was on the subject of conflict which to their knowledge did not exist. Harry H. Corbett's nephew from his second marriage also released a statement which claimed that the actors did not hate each other. "We can categorically say they did not fall out. They were together for nearly a year in Australia, went on several sightseeing trips together, and left the tour at the end on different planes because Harry was going on holiday with his family, not because he refused to get on the same plane. They continued to work together after the Australia tour on radio and adverts."