The series picks up four years after the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day with John and Sarah Connor trying to stay under-the-radar from the government, as they plot to destroy the computer network, Skynet, in hopes of preventing Armageddon.
The Sarah Jane Adventures is a British science fiction television series
After his alcohol-fuelled 18th birthday party, Cédric gets into a spectacular car crash as he drives home with his 17-year-old childhood friend, Sarah. That night, the two teens and their parents see their worlds turn upside down. The accident sets both families on a long and tortuous path they didn’t expect. The tragedy forces them all to dig deep inside themselves as they struggle to survive and even grow stronger, through a series of medical, legal and emotional challenges. Their story is rooted in a quest for truth, as they try to come to grips with what really happened on that fateful night, and how these kids are dealing with it.
Sarah & Duck is a British animated children's television series created by Sarah Gomes Harris and Tim O'Sullivan, and produced by Karrot Entertainment for the BBC. Designed as a story-driven animation primarily targeted at 4-6 year old children, it was first broadcast on the UK CBeebies channel on 18 February 2013. A total of 40 episodes have been commissioned for the first series. 30 of these will have been shown in the UK by the end of August 2013, with a further 10 in production.
Sarah Silverman plays a character named Sarah Silverman, whose absurd daily life unfolds in scripted scenes and songs. With her sister and her gay neighbors by her side, Sarah always manages to fall into unique, unsettling and downright weird predicaments.
Sarah is a Lebanese soap opera starring Cyrine Abdelnour, Youssef El Khal and Youssef Haddad. It covers the life of a Lebanese woman. It was announced that the series will be broadcasting on TF1 in 2010.
Thomas & Sarah is a British drama series that aired on ITV in 1979. A spin-off from the BAFTA Award-winning series Upstairs, Downstairs, it stars John Alderton and Pauline Collins reprising their Upstairs, Downstairs roles.
Princess Sarah was an ABS-CBN teleserye which premiered November 12, 2007 on primetime bida. The location of the series was shot in Camp John Hay in Baguio City and The Coconut Palace in Manila. The said series is a remake of the animated series Princess Sarah, produced by Nippon Animation, based on Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel, A Little Princess.
Finding Sarah is an American documentary television series on the Oprah Winfrey Network that debuted on June 12, 2011.
Sarah G Live! was a Philippine evening musical show hosted by Sarah Geronimo. It is co-hosted by Luis Manzano debuting on February 26, 2012. It airs Sunday nights on ABS-CBN. It features different segments showcasing Geronimo's singing and dancing capabilities.
Sarah Palin's Alaska is an American television show hosted by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. According to Palin, the show's aim is to bring "the wonder and majesty of Alaska to all Americans". The series, which began airing on TLC in November 2010, was eight episodes long, and was part travelogue, part documentary series, according to a story in The Vancouver Sun, six months before the release of the series trailer. In reviewing the first episode, The New York Times said the show allows viewers to "observe Ms. Palin observing nature". In 2011, it was announced that the show would not be renewed for a second season. The show was produced by Mark Burnett Productions for Discovery Communications.
Sarah Beeny visits twenty households to experience their problem spaces for herself before installing cameras to monitor exactly how they use their homes. Having collated the data, she generates life-size floor plans that bring all her design, layout and decor ideas to life. She follows each build over the following months and revisits each household's amazing completed project to prove that if you re-think and re- design the space you already have, it is better to renovate not relocate.
Sarah Jane's Alien Files is a BBC series based on The Sarah Jane Adventures. It features Sarah Jane Smith, Luke Smith, Clyde Langer and Rani Chandra entering data on aliens they have encountered during their adventures into Mr Smith, Sarah Jane's extraterrestrial computer, to benefit humanity in the event that Sarah Jane is no longer capable of defending the Earth against alien threats. Each episode is a clip show summarising the events of episodes in which the featured aliens appeared. The only new footage is the framing and narration, shot entirely on the series' standing attic set. Occasionally, brief clips from Doctor Who are included for context, such as in episode 6 when the Judoon are compared to the Cheetah People of Survival in that each humanoid species looks superficially like a non-humanoid terrestrial mammal. The series format was based upon the short "alien files" clips previously produced for the CBBC's The Sarah Jane Adventures website.
"Sarah and Marc in Love" was a German reality show following German popstar Sarah Connor and her American former boy band member husband Marc Terenzi as they tried to set up their wedding ceremony.
Sarah Kuttner – Die Show was a German television talk show that ran on VIVA and was then transferred to MTV under the title Kuttner. in mid-2005. It ran from August 2, 2004 to August 3, 2006. Hosted by Sarah Kuttner, it was a more youthful variation on the traditional late show concept with a sidekick, Sven Schuhmacher, and various national as well as international celebrity guests. The show also featured humorous reports by Michael Wigge and Caroline Korneli, its own band and musical guests performing live on stage. When MTV took over other German music channel VIVA in 2004, it was suggested, the show would be cancelled, which drew massive protests from fans. It was then cut from four shows per week to just two shows and later transferred to MTV and renamed Kuttner. Production was relocated from Cologne to Berlin. MTV cancelled Kuttner. in summer 2006 due to low ratings and high production costs.