Big Boy, the charming little scoundrel wearing adult rags and boots was already performed by child actor Malcolm Sebastian at the age of two. As a child Big Boy’s fame went global, but could not likely maintain at adolescence.
New Tricks is a British comedy-drama that follows the work of the fictional Unsolved Crime and Open Case Squad of the Metropolitan Police Service. Originally led by Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman, it is made up of retired police officers who have been recruited to reinvestigate unsolved crimes.
Party Tricks is an Australian television series set to screen on Network Ten in 2014. The six part series follows the story of Kate Ballard, a committed and rigorous politician who seems assured to become the next State Premier until a shock new opposition leader is selected, David McLeod, a popular television and radio personality. Kate and David had a secret, tumultuous affair. The six part drama is created by Michael Lucas and produced by John Edwards and Imogen Banks for Southern Star Entertainment.
Kate Quilton and chef Simon Rimmer investigate how consumers can get the best experience when dining out.
Homeowners are helped with their ambitious building projects.
It is the 2030s. The Boy Detectives Club gathers under Kogorō Akechi, the mysterious detective. The group solves cases great and small using their unique skills. One day, a member of the club, Kensuke Hanazaki, meets the boy Yoshio Kobayashi. Kobayashi's body cannot die due to the effects of the "Unidentifiable Mist," but he yearns for death, and shirks from contact with other people. Taking an interest in him, Hanazaki invites him to join the Boy Detectives Club. Their meeting is connected to the fate tying together Kogorō Akechi, and the era's greatest villain, the Fiend With Twenty Faces.
Tarn (Cherry) is a pretty lady who is a swindler. She and her mother are in a lot of debts because of her mother’s gambling, so she decides to drug a man and steal a ring from him.The ring is an heirloom, it belongs to Phubadee (Great), a playboy and heir to a great fortune. Because of Tarn, Phubadee was attacked and loses his memory. Tarn then lies to him that she is his wife because she wants to swindle 10 million from him in order to repay her creditors. When Tarn moves in with Phu, she meets with his grandfather as well as his distant relative Naek. Neak is not pleased with Tarn because he wants Phu to marry May (Selina), his daughter. Both Naek and his son Ae are eying Phu’s inheritance. Napha, also a distant relative of Phu’s grandfather, doesn’t like Tarn either. But Parami, Napha’s daughter, seems to be the only one who is friendly to Tarn. Tarn especially dislikes Bunthan (Ace) who’s the gardener that was hired around the same time as when Phu and Tarn moved in. She doesn’t like him because he keeps trying to approach and get close to Phu, as if they knew each other before. The thing is, Phubadee doesn’t remember Bunthan because of his memory loss. The two of them are friends and Bunthan is actually the real Phubadee while Phu, the one with memory loss, is Thawin. Bunthan has asked Thawin to act as Phubadee in order to investigate and find out the people who murdered his uncle and who had threatened to kill him. He is very worried that Thawin doesn’t remember him. All the more so as there had been several murder attempts on Thawin and Tarn, and as people in the house keep dying one after another. Inspector Somyut is investigating those murders but it turns out that he’s an accomplice working with the murderers.
A Japanese anthology series centered around a man who transforms into a bug-themed superhero.
The charming magician, Ben Hanlin, conjures up mischief as unsuspecting celebrities and members of the public are taken in by his unique brand of hidden camera magic.
This fast-paced, one hour special showcases the most mind-blowing magic ever performed. Criss Angel and “The Supernaturalists,” his hand-picked team of the of the world’s best magicians, leave the glitz of Vegas to go on a road trip to the heart of America, shocking unsuspecting bystanders and destroying the minds of celebrity guests. It’s the raw, in-your-face, insane magic that Criss Angel has pioneered. With more than 30 illusions, the TV special event is packed with more magic than any televised magic show, EVER! Guests appearances include: Gary Oldman, Paris Jackson, comedian Andrew Dice Clay, Miles Brown (Blackish), Latino Pop star Belinda, DJ Steve Aoki, UFC stars Frank Mir, Chuck Liddell, Randy Couture and Paige VanZant.
Tricked is a Canadian television series, premiering on YTV in September 2016. Starring magician and YouTube personality Eric Leclerc, the series features Leclerc performing magic tricks as hidden camera pranks. In the United States the series airs on BYUtv. The series is based on Ben Hanlin's British television program Tricked, which premiered in 2013.