Documentary charting the rise, fall and meteoric rise again of superstar British boy band Take That. Originally aired on 4th February 2009 on Britain's Channel 5.
Based on the popular BL novel "Make It Right", this drama follows the adventures and love lives of high school students. Fuse is a gentle and sensitive boy who is heartbroken because of his girlfriend who cheated on him, so he tries to get over her by getting drunk with his friends at a party. However, he meets his friend Tee there - and ends up sleeping with him that night. How is he going to cope with his new feelings for another boy and just how many boys who struggle with the same feelings are there at his school?
"Come on down!" The Price Is Right features a wide variety of games and contests with the same basic challenge: Guess the prices of everyday (or not-quite-everyday) retail items.
Right to Die, directed by Paul Wendkos, is a 1987 made-for-TV film that explored issues relating to the Right to Die movement. Raquel Welch was nominated for a Golden Globe in 1988 for her performance as Emily Bauer, a psychologist diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease who comes to desire her own death as her disease progresses. Michael Gross co-starred as her husband, Bob.
Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, known originally as Kirby of the Stars, is an anime series based on Nintendo's Kirby franchise. The series was produced by Warpstar Inc., a company formed between a joint investment between Nintendo and HAL Laboratory, Inc. The series, which takes place on the planet Pop Star, focuses on the adventures of the title character Kirby, who fights off monsters to the village's well-being. In Japan, the series aired on Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co., Ltd., and aired in North America on 4Kids TV under the name Kirby: Right Back at Ya! The series has since been released in other languages, including Bulgarian, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Serbian, Korean, Tagalog, Russian, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
Right On is a Canadian youth television series which aired on CBC Television from 1972 to 1973.
Play Your Cards Right is a British television game show based on the American show known as Card Sharks. The gameplay was basically the same as in the American version.
He Knew He Was Right was a 2004 BBC TV adaptation of the Anthony Trollope novel He Knew He Was Right. It was directed by Tom Vaughan.
Something So Right is an American television situation comedy which ran on two different networks during its time on the air, and in reruns on the USA Network for a number of years after its cancellation. Something So Right starred Mel Harris as Carly Davis, a twice-divorced party planner who had married Jack Farrell, a divorced English teacher. They had three children, one from each of their former marriages. This program premiered on NBC in the fall of 1996, but despite airing between the Top 30 hit Mad About You and the Top 20 hit Frasier, found a rather small audience there and was canceled the following spring, only to be picked up as a midseason replacement on ABC the next year, running until July.
Right Frequency was a 1998 24-episode sitcom starring Johnny Ng, Lina Ng, Sharon Au and Ryan Zhou. The show later continued with Right Frequency II up to 1999. The show has rerun many times - in 2001, 2002 and 2008.
Guide Right is an American musical variety show which aired on the DuMont Television Network from February 25, 1952 to February 5, 1954. Sponsored by the United States Air Force, and featuring The Airmen of Note directed by Fred Kepner, each 30-minute episode was hosted by Donn Russell.
The Price is Right in the UK was hosted by Leslie Crowther, Bob Warman, Bruce Forsyth, and Joe Pasquale. It ran discontinuously from 24 March 1984 to 7 April 1988, with a second run from 1989, a third run from 4 September 1995 to 16 December 2001 and a fourth run from 8 May 2006 until 12 January 2007.
The New Price Is Right is a short-lived syndicated version of the American game show The Price Is Right, which aired from September 12, 1994 to January 27, 1995. This version of the show did not use the same on-air personnel as the daytime version which ran concurrently on CBS. Doug Davidson, who also appears on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, hosted with Burton Richardson as the announcer. The prize models were Julie Lynn Cialini, Ferrari Farris and Lisa Stahl Sullivan. The show was produced by Mark Goodson Productions and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television. This version had a different format, and significantly different rules, than the two previous syndicated versions and the early half-hour episodes of the daytime show. After this version's cancellation, many of its concepts were adopted by European versions of the show. Various prop changes and rule modifications from this version, as well as many of the music cues, also carried over to the CBS daytime and prime time versions of the show. Additionally, several production members continued their involvement with The Price Is Right after this version's cancellation.
Produced by Dan Lagana of "Zach Stone" and inspired by "Oobi", this upcoming comedy pilot from Disney Channel stars Steele Stebbins as an eccentric teen named Jeff Halsey. When Jeff wakes up one morning with a talking face drawn on his right hand, he gets a permanent best friend who's always by his side. Jeff names his new friend Guy and soon discovers that Guy is a natural-born (or, natural-drawn) athlete with charisma and charm.
The Right Hand is a Canadian reality TV series airing on The Movie Network and Movie Central. It follows Brandon MacIntosh, a film school graduate from Ayr, Ontario, hired as production assistant for Porno Dan, the owner of Immoral Productions, an upstart adult entertainment company, operating out of Las Vegas.