Former CIA spy Bob Ho takes on his toughest assignment to date: looking after his girlfriend's three kids, who haven't exactly warmed to their mom's beau. And when one of the youngsters accidentally downloads a top-secret formula, Bob's longtime nemesis, a Russian terrorist, pays a visit to the family.
A Cleveland grandfather is brought to trial in Israel, accused of being the infamous Nazi death camp guard known as Ivan the Terrible.
Talkshow hosted by Matthijs van Nieuwkerk containing a mixture of news, information, television bloopers and general entertainment.
The Trap Door is a claymation-style animated television series, originally shown in the United Kingdom in 1984. The plot revolves around both the daily lives and the misadventures of a group of monsters living in a castle. Although the emphasis was on humour and the show was marketed as a children's programme but also for family entertainment, the show drew much from the genres of horror and dark fantasy. The show has since become a cult favourite and remains one of the most widely recognised kids' shows of the 1980s. Digital children's channel Pop started rerunning the show in 2010.
The Girls Next Door, also known as The Girls of the Playboy Mansion, is a reality television series which originally aired on E! from August 7, 2005 until August 8, 2010. The series was created by executive producer Kevin Burns and Hugh Hefner, founder and editor-in-chief of Playboy magazine. The show was followed by two spin-offs, Kendra and Holly's World.
Enemy At The Door is a British television drama series made by London Weekend Television for ITV. The series was shown between 1978 and 1980 and dealt with the German occupation of Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands, during the Second World War. The programme generated a certain amount of criticism in Guernsey, particularly for being obviously filmed on Jersey despite being ostensibly set on Guernsey. The series also marked the TV debut of Anthony Head as a member of the island resistance. The theme music was by Wilfred Josephs.
The tales of mysterious murders that rocked small-town America. Each hour brings you a new murder mystery and a new look into the evil that can lurk in the heart and soul of a tight-knit community. Interviews with investigators, prosecutors, family members and neighbors piece together the twisting tale of a classic whodunit.
The Door was a two-part celebrity series broadcast on the ITV Network in the United Kingdom and hosted by Amanda Holden and Chris Tarrant. Keith Duffy and Dean Gaffney made it to the final with Keith winning the show with Dean as the runner-up.
Open Door was a programme produced by the BBC's Community Programme Unit. It was first broadcast on 2 April 1973. The programme gave people control of the airwaves and was a platform for the public to talk about its own issues and give their own views without editorial input. The programme was later replaced by Open Space.
Stage Door is a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television in 1960.
Boys Nxt Door was an award-winning youth oriented situation comedy from GMA Network. It was the second part of GMA Network's 57th Anniversary. The series premiered on June 24, 2007 and ended on January 13, 2008 with 31 one-hour episodes. The series is set to air on 8TV Malaysia - where it will be dubbed in Malay, Indonesia and it will be the first Philippine drama to air on KBS2 of South Korea - where it will be subtitled in English.
Shut That Door! was a British comedy talk show hosted by Larry Grayson. It aired on ATV from 1972 to 1977. The show was produced by ATV and distributed by ITV.
Scarlett Moffatt and her family are relocated to a fully-fitted-out replica of their terraced home, in the middle of a Namibian tribal village which is home to 100 semi-nomadic Himba cattle herders who choose to live very traditional lives.
A family of pigs moves into a human town.
The Wrong Door is a comedy sketch show, first aired on BBC Three on 28 August 2008. The programme is the first comedy show in which almost all of the sketches have a CGI element. As such, it was produced under the working title of The CGI Sketch Show. The show also contains strong language, adult humour and toilet humour.
The Magic Door was a Jewish educational television series aimed at providing kiruv to Jewish children in the Chicago, Illinois metropolitan area. The show was produced by the Chicago Board of Rabbis and premiered January 1, 1962. The show ran weekly until January 1, 1982. It aired at 9:00 AM every Sunday morning on WBBM-TV. There were two main theme songs for the Magic Door. The first was based on an Israeli Children's song, "A Room Zoom Zoom". The second - written by Charles Gerber - was set to a melody from Beethoven's "Pastorale" Symphony No. 6: "Open, come open the Magic Door with me, / With your imagination there's so much we can see. / There is a doorway that leads to a place. / I'll find my way by the smile on your face." The main characters of the series included "Tiny Tov" and his cousin "Tina Tova". Tiny lived in a house that was made out of an acorn, the entrance was "The Magic Door". In addition to Tiny and Tina, there were other puppet characters including: Boobie Beaver, Icky Witch, Rabbi and Mrs moreh, Max the Mailbox, Rumplemyer Dragon, Bunny Rabbit, Buddy, Worthington Warlock, and many others. Before he would enter the dwelling, Tiny would sing a tune whose lyrics went,"Ah room zoom zoom, ah room zoom zoom, gily gily gily gily gily a sa sa. Come through the Magic Door with me, just say these words and wondrous things you'll see" .....and Tiny would be in the town of "Torahville".
The Stage Door is an American drama series that aired live on CBS Tuesday night from 9:00 pm to 9:30 eastern time from February 7, 1950 to March 28, 1950. Based on the play The Stage Door by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman.