Love Spell is a fantasy and romance-based program airing on ABS-CBN that tells a different love story each season with a new couple. Its pilot episode was aired July 2006.
lonelygirl15 is an interactive web-based video series which began in June 2006 and ran through to August 1, 2008. Developed under the working title The Children of Anchor Cove, the show gained worldwide media attention when it was outed as fictional in September 2006.
24: Conspiracy is a low-budget, mobile-only spin-off of the television drama program 24. It was released on January 30, 2005, after the premiere of the fourth season and was released in three-day intervals. It is the first mobisode FOX released. Set in Washington D.C, it takes place over twenty-four non-linear one-minute episodes, and it appears to take place during Day 4, as indicated by a reference to the Heller kidnapping by James Sutton happening that day. The 24 minutes of the show do not happen in real time; instead each minute takes place at a different given time in the day.
Hollyoaks: In the City was a British television drama series set in Liverpool and first broadcast in 2006. Hollyoaks: In the City was a spin-off of Channel 4 soap opera, Hollyoaks, originally devised by Phil Redmond. It also served as a continuation to 2005's Hollyoaks: Let Loose, which also starred Gemma Atkinson and Marcus Patric. On 16 November 2006 the writer of the show, Daran Little, announced on his Myspace site that the series had not been recommissioned due to low audience figures.
Princess Lulu is a 2005 South Korean television series starring Kim Jung-eun, Jung Joon-ho and Kim Heung-soo. It aired on SBS from July 27 to September 29, 2005 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
Bituing Walang Ningning is a Filipino television serial drama. It began airing on ABS-CBN on May 15, 2006, and ended on October 6 that year. For most of its run, the soap opera was the network's highest rating show in primetime. The station referred to the TV series as SineSerye, meaning Movie Serialized TV Series. The series was supposed to end on September 25, 2006 but ended on September 6 due to coverage of the Special concert staged at the Araneta Colesseum and a taped interview for the series on the 19th and also rehearsals tapings and dubbings which were occurring during the run. The finale was in 5 parts for its finale week and also introduced its current Primetime Series and Pilot Maging Sino Ka Man on the 6th with its Pilot moved to a different timeslot and would also be the replacement of the Phenominal Series. On October 8, 2006 a "Himig of Pasasalamat Concert" was staged at the Araneta with all of the characters which was also televised live the series also showed a glimpse of behind the scenes footage and also sung the themes from its successful Album produced by Star Records and Viva Records although it was said that some parts of the series was supposed to also be produced by Viva such as songs sung by Sarah Geronimo herself and the theme of the song originally popularized by Cuneta in the film.
Sk8 is a half-hour teen drama that aired on NBC's TNBC Saturday morning programming block from October 6, 2001 to January 5, 2002 with 13 episodes produced. The show continued in reruns until TNBC's dissolution in September 2002. The series was co-created by Thomas W. Lynch, who also co-created Just Deal, TNBC's first single-camera format series, with Sk8 becoming the second series on the lineup to be shot in the same format.
The population of a small Scottish island is gripped with fear following a strange discovery and a series of savage murders. Adapted from David Wiltshire's 'Child of Vodyanoi'.
Moonbase 3 is a British science fiction television programme that ran for six episodes in 1973. It was a co-production between the BBC, 20th Century Fox and the American ABC network. Created by Doctor Who producer Barry Letts and script editor Terrance Dicks as a realistic alternative strand of TV science-fiction, it was not a commercial or critical success. It starred Donald Houston as Director David Caulder, who is appointed to the position after the previous director was killed while returning to Earth. Ralph Bates was Michel Lebrun, the Deputy Director, who was concerned about keeping to the rules. Fiona Gaunt played Doctor Helen Smith, the base's psychiatrist, and Barry Lowe played Tom Hill, the head of the base technical section. The programme was notable for its combination of realistic spaceflight procedures, ensured by hiring BBC technical adviser James Burke, and its strong character-based writing. Although very dated in terms of its looks and assumptions about the future, it remains well regarded in retrospect.
Love Letter is a 2003 South Korean television series starring Jo Hyun-jae, Soo Ae and Ji Jin-hee. It aired on MBC from February 10 to April 1, 2003 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. This drama revolves around Lee Woo-jin's conflict between priesthood and his love for childhood friend Eun-ha.
The Insiders Guide To Love is a New Zealand drama series that explores the lives of a group of seven previously unconnected people. Each is implicated in a bizarre incident, the outcome of which forces them to examine and explore the loves in their own lives. The series is a prequel to the show The Insider's Guide To Happiness, with James the only character in common.
Captain Barbell is a superhero drama television series based on a character of the same name created by Mars Ravelo. It was aired on Philippine television by GMA Network during weeknights on its primetime block. The series premiered on May 29, 2006, and last aired on January 12, 2007. It also aired worldwide, with a three-week delay on GMA Pinoy TV. Richard Gutierrez plays the superhero, Captain Barbell and his alter ego, Teng. His archnemesis Viel Villian, is played by Richard Gomez. Year 2011, show returned to Philippine TV as the sequel of the 2006 series. See Captain Barbell 2011
Marina was the first fantasy series, a fantaserye, of Philippine media conglomerate ABS-CBN. It was aired on February 23, 2004 to November 12, 2004, starring drama actress Claudine Barretto.
The Bedford Diaries is an American television series that premiered March 29, 2006 on The WB and concluded its first season on May 10, 2006. It was canceled on May 18, 2006. The series was created by Tom Fontana and Julie Martin. A week prior to its premiere, The WB posted scenes from the pilot, which might have prompted FCC fines, on its website. A version without explicit images was broadcast on television.
Con Passionate is a Welsh-language television drama series, written by Siwan Jones and directed by Rhys Powys for S4C. The first two series were Teledu Apollo productions.
Muli or In Love Again is a Filipino-Malaysian drama television series created and developed by Don Michael Perez and produced by GMA Network and Cre-Asian Sbn Bhd. The series premiered on February 19, 2007 and concluded on April 27, 2007 and stars Alfred Vargas, Malaysian actors Carrie Lee and Tony Eusoff, and Marian Rivera. The show was executive produced by Camille Gomba-Montaño and directed by Mac Alejandre. It also shown in Malaysian at TV1 and dubbed in Bahasa.
The Return of Jezebel James is an American situation comedy television series, starring Parker Posey as a successful children's book editor who, unable to have children herself, asks her estranged younger sister to carry her baby. The series was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino of Gilmore Girls fame, who also directed the pilot, and executive produced the show with her husband, Daniel Palladino. The show was produced by Regency Television and Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions. The show premiered on the Fox television network on March 14, 2008 as a mid-season replacement. After airing only three episodes, it was cancelled due to what FOX called unacceptably low ratings. The remaining four unaired episodes were released on Apple iTunes on May 6, 2008.
Magpakailanman is a weekly anthology of inspiring stories of the GMA Network. Magpakailanman features the life experiences of famous personalities and ordinary people who loved and lost on their way to success. The show is hosted by broadcaster Mel Tiangco. The first incarnation of the show aired its last original episode on December 27, 2007 and was replaced by the E.S.P. TV series. While the succeeding show was then still under production, reruns of Magpakailanman were aired until January 31, 2008. Reruns of Magpakailanman were aired on GMA Life TV. On its 10th anniversary, Magpakailanman will return to the Philippine television, starting November 17, 2012. Mel Tiangco will also return as the host/narrator.
Aifric is an Irish-language TV series aimed at young teenagers, directed by Paul Mercier. The first of the weekly thirteen-part series began broadcasting on 31 October 2006, the date of TG4's tenth anniversary. The series follows the life of Aifric whose wacky family have just moved to a new town in the West of Ireland. The 14yr old wants nothing more than to fit in but feels her family will not make it easy for her. Her mother is a new-age hippy who has banned television, while her father is a wannabe rock star, not to mention her annoying little brother. As well as on TG4, Aifric is also shown on BBC Alba, where it is dubbed in Scottish Gaelic.
Rescue 77 is an American television series about the professional and personal lives of paramedics in Los Angeles, California. The show aired in the spring of 1999 on Monday nights on the WB network. The creator and executive producer was Gregory Widen, a former Southern California firefighter and paramedic, and the writer of the 1991 firefighting drama Backdraft. His goal for the show was to provide a more realistic depiction of the lives of firefighters and paramedics than previous emergency medical television series such as Emergency!.