Desiree and Gilbert are in love but no one seems to believe it. Desiree's friends thinks Gilbert is just using her. Gilbert is studying to become a doctor and Desiree is financing his tuition fee and daily expenses. Gilbert's family thinks Desiree is interested in the family fortune. Gilbert is a rich kid but he left home when his girlfriend committed suicide after being insulted by his mother Gracia.
Josh Futturman, a janitor by day/world-ranked gamer by night, is tasked with preventing the extinction of humanity after mysterious visitors from the future proclaim him the key to defeating the imminent super-race invasion.
An anthology series that explores the future of sex.
Meet the Diffy family, a futuristic family from the year 2121. When the eccentric dad, Lloyd, rents a time machine for their family vacation, everyone is excited. But then something goes wrong. Their time machine malfunctions and they are thrown out of the space/time continuum in the year 2004.
An animated series for television based on the Back to the Future trilogy of feature films.
Future GPX Cyber Formula is a 37-episode anime television series by Sunrise. It originally aired in Japan between March 15, 1991 and December 20, 1991. Directed by Mitsuo Fukuda, Cyber Formula is a show about Formula racing in the future, when race cars are equipped with computer support systems called 'Cyber Systems'.
What will become of America in five, 25, or even 50 years? FutureStates is a series of fictional mini-features exploring possible future scenarios through the lens of today's global realities. Immerse yourself in the visions of these independent prognosticators as they project a future of their own imagining.
A look inside one of the world’s biggest startup nations - Israel, and Shenzhen, looking at how and why the city has evolved so rapidly.
Future Shock is a television variety show produced and hosted by James Brown in the mid-1970s. Shot in Augusta and Atlanta, Georgia and broadcast late on Friday nights on the Ted Turner-owned UHF station WTCG, it featured local amateurs performing a variety of popular and emerging dance styles, including disco, locking and popping, and early breakdancing, to prerecorded music. Brown and his musical guests also performed briefly. Other regular features included dance contests, interviews, and segments on black history. "Future Shock", a song written by Brown and recorded by Maceo Parker with The J.B.'s, served as the show's nominal theme music, though it was not consistently used. Following the example of Soul Train, Future Shock was syndicated nationwide in the United States, but it failed to attract sponsors and ceased production within three years. It has not been officially released on recorded media, and with the exception of a handful of episodes recordings of the show have long been presumed lost.
Future Weapons, sometimes also written as FutureWeapons and Futureweapons, is a television series that premiered on April 19, 2006 on the Discovery Channel. Host Richard "Mack" Machowicz, a former Navy SEAL, reviews and demonstrates the latest modern weaponry and military technology. The program is currently broadcast on the Discovery Channel and Military Channel.
The anime follows Makoto, a young boy who gains superpowers due to an evil gene manipulation experiment. Makoto and other youths join the Avengers as apprentices named "Future Avengers." The anime will show Makoto and others as they train, fight villains and grow, under Avengers members Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Thor, and Wasp.
Future Cop is an American science fiction television series which starred Ernest Borgnine and Michael Shannon. It was based on the TV movie of the same name and predated RoboCop by ten years. The series was aired on ABC in 1976 and was re-piloted as "Cops and Robin" on NBC in 1978. A veteran street cop gets an experimental android that has been programmed by the police lab for his new partner.
Future Earth is a four-part documentary TV series about human impacts on the environment. It premiered on April 26, 2009, on MSNBC.
Visions of the Future is a 2007 documentary television series aired on the BBC Four television channel. The series stars theoretical physicist and futurist Michio Kaku as he documents cutting edge science. There are a total of 3 installments in the series.
Future Phenoms is a nationally-syndicated sports television show about high school athletics. The show, which is hosted by legendary broadcaster Pat Summerall, takes its viewers across the country in search of the brightest young stars in sports. Future Phenoms is the cable counterpart of the broadcast program Sports Stars of Tomorrow, the only high school sports program in national syndication. The show began in 2005 and provides in-depth feature stories about the top prep athletes in the United States. Future Phenom’s goal is to get an “off the field” look at the athletes, so they are frequently shown doing things like playing golf, strumming guitars, and studying. It is produced by GameDay Productions, a private television production company based in Fort Worth, Texas. It can be seen in more than 90 percent of the country, including markets like New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Dallas-Fort Worth. Future Phenoms partners with the website Prep Ticket. In 2008, former Oklahoma City sports news anchor Mike Rigg was brought on the show as a national correspondent. Prominent athletes that have been featured on the show are: Greg Oden, Tim Tebow, Chris Wells, Kevin Durant, Terrelle Pryor, Derrick Rose, Michael Beasley, and Matt Barkley.
Future Fantastic was a British documentary television series which premiered in 1996. This show looked at the how science and science fiction complement each other, and how ideas and technologies from the past are helping to shape our future. The series was narrated by Gillian Anderson and co-produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation, The Learning Channel and Pro Sieben.