When Queen Elizabeth's reign is threatened by ruthless familial betrayal and Spain's invading army, she and her shrewd adviser must act to safeguard to the lives of her people.
Return to the world of Thra, where three Gelfling discover the horrifying secret behind the Skeksis' power and set out to ignite the fires of rebellion and save their world.
In an America quarantined by the rest of the world, humans and vampires co-exist on opposite coasts thanks to a peace treaty, while each side plots to destroy the other.
Bel, after spending the past 18 years as a homemaker, steps in to save the family business in a failing family run beauty salon in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Family feuds and bitter rivalries, professional and personal, escalate in the salon amongst the Botox, fillers and facelifts.
Mobile Suit Gundam AGE is a 2011 Japanese science fiction anime television series and the twelfth incarnation of Sunrise's long-running Gundam franchise. The series was first announced in the July issue of Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic, and has gaming company Level-5's President Akihiro Hino in charge of the story. This installment of the Gundam meta-series is set on a futuristic Earth plagued by an interplanetary war that spans a whole century. Its story revolves around three protagonists from the same family, each piloting his own version of the eponymous mecha, fighting to defend Earth and its space colonies from an enemy race far more advanced in terms of technology. The series was officially unveiled by Bandai on June 13, 2011, during a special event at the 2011 Tokyo Toy Show. Gundam AGE premiered on the MBS and TBS broadcasting stations in Japan on October 9, 2011 and 49 episodes were broadcast, with the last episode on September 23, 2012. A compilation OVA titled Mobile Suit Gundam AGE: Memory of Eden will be released on July 26, 2013, focusing on the second protagonist of the series, Asemu Asuno.
Men of a Certain Age is an American comedy-drama television series, which premiered on TNT on December 7, 2009. The hour-long program stars Ray Romano, Andre Braugher and Scott Bakula as three best friends in their late forties dealing with the realities of middle age. It won a Peabody Award in 2010. On July 15, 2011, TNT cancelled the series after two seasons.
Coming of Age is a situation comedy that aired briefly on the CBS television network in the United States for three runs in 1988 and 1989. Coming of Age features Paul Dooley and Phyllis Newman as a couple, Dick and Ginny Hale, living in a fictional retirement community, The Dunes, in Arizona. Retirement had not really been their, or at least, Dick's, idea – a former airline pilot, he had been forced to retire by a Federal Aviation Administration rule which requires all U.S. commercial pilots to retire by age 60. Dick hated almost everything about his retirement, including his surroundings. He was appalled by the hot climate, the thin walls separating the Hale's apartment from those of their neighbors Alan Young and Glynis Johns and, apparently, mostly by the contented attitude that most of the other residents expressed. This program was first aired as a midseason replacement in March 1988; although in was apparently not well received and was pulled after only three episodes were aired, it was nonetheless added to the CBS 1988 fall lineup. There, it failed again, and was quickly pulled. The airing of some more episodes in June and July 1989 was apparently a "run-off", an attempt to recoup at least some of the investment in the show by using it as filler during the traditionally low-rated summer months.
A frank look into the outrageous world of a group of sixth form students living in Abingdon as they enjoy a final romp with adolescence.
Tattoo Age is the story of modern tattooing told through the lives of different tattoo artists.
Explore the last 100 years of aviation history in unprecedented detail. From the Wright brothers first flight to the Apollo moon landings and beyond, the series highlights milestones in an industry defined by innovation.
Digital Age TV program hosted by James Goodale, formerly Vice Chairman of The New York Times, is a weekly discussion TV show much like Richard Heffner's the Open Mind. Recent guests have included journalists Carl Bernstein and Judith Miller, as well as, economist Robert Hormats from Goldman Sachs, former FBI chief Louis Freeh, Executive Director of the Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press Lucy Dalglish, Henry Blodget, Porter Bibb and Senator Charles E. Schumer. Guests on previous shows have included TV anchors Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather and Tom Brokaw; former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, CIA Director James Woolsey and Senator Bob Kerrey.
Professor Alice Roberts journeys 40,000 years back in time on the trail of the great beasts of the Ice Age. This was the last time that giants like mammoths, woolly rhinos, and sabre-tooth cats ruled the Earth and Alice attempts to reconstruct their lives in incredible detail.
A linking together of Shakespeare's history plays chronicling the rise and fall of monarchs over the 86 years between Richard II and Richard III.
Baseball's Golden Age is a television program that chronicles the history of baseball focusing mainly on the 1920s through the 1960s. It is broadcast on Fox Sports Net Sunday nights at 8 p.m. and is produced by Flagstaff Films. Thirteen 30-minute episodes have been produced. The show has featured material on the effect of World War II on baseball, teams winning the pennant after years of losing, and pieces on individual players, both well known and not so well known. The show also contains never-before-seen footage provided fans, players, and players' families. The first episode featured a segment on "the sights and sounds of the game" which included peanuts and popcorn and the cracking sound of the bat. It also focused on the rivalry between the three New York teams of the time, the New York Yankees, Brooklyn Dodgers, and New York Giants, and a comparison of Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams. The series is narrated by Alec Baldwin. It is produced by Flagstaff Films, headed by Steven Stern, who is a founding partner in Black Canyon Productions, won multiple Peabody and Emmy Awards for such television achievements as the graceful baseball trilogy "When It Was a Game" and the eye-opening look at the dramatic gloved-fist demonstration at the 1968 Olympics, "Fists of Freedom." The footage for the series comes from Flagstaff Films library, arguably the most impressive private collection of baseball film in the U.S
Dragon Age: Redemption is a six-part webseries based on the BioWare video game series of the same name. It is created by and stars Felicia Day, creator and star of the webseries The Guild. Day is playing Tallis, an Elven assassin. Filming began in early January 2011 and Day has enlisted the help of many prior Hollywood acquaintances. The web series premiered on October 10, 2011.