Kamandag or Venom is a fantasy Philippine drama that aired on GMA Network from November 19, 2007 to April 25, 2008. Based from the graphic novel of Carlo J. Caparas, it starred Richard Gutierrez.
รักข้ามเส้น เป็นละครของทางไทยทีวีสีช่อง 3 เป็นละครแนวคอมเมดี้ ดราม่า ออกอากาศทุกวันจันทร์ - ศุกร์ เริ่ม 21 มีนาคม 2556 เป็นต้นไป เวลา 18.45 - 20.00 น. ก่อนข่าวในพระราชสำนัก นำแสดงโดย เอกพงศ์ จงเกษกรณ์, พัชรินทร์ จัดกระบวนพล, ศรัณย์ แก้วจินดา, การัญชิดา คุ้มสุวรรณ บทประพันธ์และบทโทรทัศน์โดย ฐา-นวดี สถิตยุทธการ กำกับการแสดงโดย ชูศักดิ์ สุธีรธรรม
Kam Ya Zyaada is an Indian quiz show that aired on Zee TV channel in December 2005. The series aired every Monday – Friday at 8:30 pm IST, and competed with Sony TV's Deal Ya No Deal. An adaptation of the Danish show Gimme Five, Kam Ya Zyaada has a Rs. 30 million top prize—one of the highest prizes among all the reality shows aired on Indian television networks. The prize is reduced to 3 contestants playing the second round and finally the highest money winner in the first 2 rounds plays round 3 for the Rs. 30 million jackpot. All the questions are only to be answered with either "Kam" or "Zyaada" – increasing the chances of winning to 50%. The series premiered on 5 December 2005, and was presented by the versatile and acclaimed actor Manoj Bajpai.
Dil kam No Dil is the Armenian version of the television gameshow Deal or No Deal. It is produced by Armenia TV. The set is identical to the US version and contestants can win as small as AMD 1 and as big as AMD 50,000,000.
Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam was an Indian television series starring Yami Gautam which aired on the Colors channel Monday - Thursday at 9pm IST. The story is inspired from 2009 Bollywood flick Delhi-6 It is a love story between Abeer and Leher. It is one of the shows that replaced Vodafone Presents Bigg Boss 3 after its grand finale, the other show being Laagi Tujhse Lagan. This serial is quite popular among young generation. This show ended on 2 September due to poor ratings in spite of good concept.
A Japanese anthology series centered around a man who transforms into a bug-themed superhero.
Nanami was just a normal high school girl down on her luck until a stranger’s lips marked her as the new Land God and turned her world upside down. Now, she’s figuring out the duties of a deity with the help of Tomoe, a reformed fox demon who reluctantly becomes her familiar in a contract sealed with a kiss. The new responsibilities—and boys—are a lot to handle, like the crow demon masquerading as a gorgeous pop idol and the adorable snake spirit who’s chosen the newly minted god to be his bride. As the headstrong Tomoe tries to whip her into shape, Nanami finds that love just might have cute, pointed fox ears. With romance in the air, will the human deity be able to prove herself worthy of her new title?
Saichi Sugimoto is a tough soldier who participates in the Russo-Japanese War and who earned the nickname "Sugimoto the Immortal." Honors in combat are of little use to him when he is expelled from the army for a certain incident, but he has a goal to fulfill, a promise to keep, and for that he will need money. His first idea to get it will be to join the recent Hokkaido gold rush and try his luck, but destiny prepared him a more interesting challenge and at the same time, more profitable. When a strange man tells the story of how a thief stole a large amount of gold from a group of Ainu to later hide his booty, his eyes light up. Is it a false story? The man tells him that the only way to find the stolen gold is to locate a number of men who were in prison with the thief and who carry the tracks tattooed on their own bodies. But Hokkaido is a tough region and its relentless nature, so when you're still deciding if such a story is more than a Chinese tale, you'll have to fight to protect your life from a huge bear ... and who will come to your rescue is a Ainu girl who seems to know something about the story told by the old man.
Spadla z oblakov is a Slovak language sci-fi TV series for children created in year 1978. The series became very popular in Czechoslovakia and several other countries. The series was based on 1967 child book Spadla z nebe by Václav Pavel Borovička, a Czech writer and screenwriter. The first, very successful edition was followed by several reprints, the last in year 2000. The TV series follows the book quite closely.
Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne is a fantasy shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Arina Tanemura. The story is about the adventures of a high school girl, Maron Kusakabe, who is the reincarnation of Jeanne D'Arc and transforms into a phantom thief-magical girl to collect the scattered pieces of God's power which are also coveted by demons hiding in beautiful art works. The manga was published by Shueisha in Ribon between February 1998 and July 2000. The individual chapters were collected and published in seven tankōbon volumes. It was formerly licensed for English-language release by CMX Manga and now licensed by Viz Media. The series was adapted by Toei Animation as a 44-episode anime television series that was broadcast on TV Asahi from February 1999 to January 2000. The series was re-issued by Shueisha in 2007, with all chapters fitting into only 6 volumes, instead of the original 7; all volumes had new covers.
Kamichama Karin is a Japanese manga originally written by Koge-Donbo about a seventh grade girl named Karin who finds out that she can transform into a goddess. The series began as a manga first serialized in January 2003. Kamichama Karin was serialized in the Japanese shōjo manga magazine Nakayoshi and published by Kodansha. While the first manga series ended at seven bound volumes, a second entitled Kamichama Karin Chu began serialization in the same magazine in July 2006, and as of April 2008, the series end with seven bound volumes being released. The first one came into the stores on June 24, 2008. Kamichama Karin has been licensed in the U.S. and Canada by Tokyopop. An anime series based on the original manga began airing in Japan on April 6, 2007, on TV Tokyo, produced by the animation studio Satelight and directed by Takashi Anno.
This two part mini-series shows the trials and tribulations all the participants endured to be a part of the very first Olympic Games in Athens in 1896. It focuses on the individuals from the many countries around the world that joined together to lay the foundation of the modern Summer Olympic Games.
Ueba Kamo is a career woman who works as a government official at the Ministry of Finance after graduating from Tokyo University. One day, her mother who is the landlady of an old Japanese-style hotel “Ueba-ya” in Kyoto, suddenly passes away, and she has to take over the hotel as a new landlady. It is hard enough for Kamo to take on this total new type of job, but she is also surrounded by tough and intensive employees. She then teams up with a calculating and clever financier named Kinugawa Shuhei who is cold-hearted, and yet somehow lovable, and tries to embark on the reconstruction of the hotel that is deeply in debt.
When the Nazis secure a heavy water plant to realize their plan to create an atomic bomb, the Norwegian Allies struggle to sabotage the operation.
Tutur Tinular is an Indonesian historical-drama TV series, produced by Genta Buana Pitaloka (now Genta Buana Paramita. It was first aired on ANTV in October 25,1997 (Season 1) and Indosiar in 1999 (Season 2).
The series "Kamenskaya" is the first adaptation of the popular novels of "Russian Agatha Christie" Alexandra Marinina. The main heroine of the series is Major of Police Anastasia Kamenskaya, behind whom the glory of a fine analyst is entrenched, speaks five languages and adores her work. She readily takes on insoluble at first glance affairs and skillfully calculates criminals for the most insignificant details of their actions, character, psychology. Nastin's abilities combined with the professionalism of two other criminal investigation officers - Mikhail Lesnikov and Yuri Korotkov - give excellent results in the detection of crimes.