Mehndi Tere Naam Ki

Mehndi Tere Naam Ki was a Hindi television drama series that aired on Zee TV channel. The show was produced by popular Bollywood actress Aruna Irani. Because of its popularity among audiences, the show was nominated for numerous award categories by the Indian Telly Awards: Anand Raj Anand was nominated for the TV Music Director of The Year award and Asif Shaikh was nominated for the TV Actor in a Negative Role award for his character Raj.

LG15: The Resistance

LG15: The Resistance was a web television series produced by EQAL that took place within the LG15 Universe. The series was first announced on July 4, 2008 via the official behind-the-scenes LG15 blog, Inside. It premiered on September 16, 2008 at the New York Television Festival, and was first uploaded for public viewing on September 20, 2008. The show continued upon the mythology established by lonelygirl15 and KateModern. Two main characters from the lonelygirl15 series, Jonas and Sarah, were also carried over. Daily content was provided in the form of video blogs, images, text blogs, and other information posted daily from the characters at LG15.com. On the following Saturday, all of the content from the previous week was compiled into one 6 to 10 minute episode to end that week's "chapter". LG15: The Resistance also marked the debut of a new LG15.com website. On September 8, 2008, two-hundred members of the LG15 community were invited to participate in a private beta of the new website. One week later, on September 15, it was officially released. The new LG15.com utilizes social networking capabilities such as member profile pages, a new forum, the ability to upload response videos, and the ability to interact with the show's characters and to help solve in-show puzzles.

Dirty Sally 1974

Dirty Sally is an American comedy-drama Western series which ran on CBS from January 11 until April 5, 1974. The program is a spin-off of a two-part 1971 episode of Gunsmoke in which Sally nurses a young gunfighter back to health.

Time Trackers 2008

Time Trackers is a children's television series produced for the Seven Network in and TV2 in New Zealand The 13 half-hour episodes first screened in 2008. The series is a co-production of Gibson Group in New Zealand and Taylor Media in Australia.

Lipstick

Lipstick is a Hindi language Indian television series, produced by Rose Movies that premiered on Zee TV on September 9, 2002. The story unvails the truth of how best friends can turn into enemies in the pursuit of love and success.

E.U.

Emergency Unit, better known as simply E.U. is a 2009 Hong Kong television drama created and produced by Wong Wai-sing. It is the direct sequel to 2007's On the First Beat and the third installment in the The Academy series. E.U. stars Ron Ng and Sammul Chan from the original series, with the addition of Michael Miu, Kathy Chow, Michael Tse, and Elanne Kong. The popularity of Tse's role, Laughing Gor, spawned two film spin-offs and a television drama spin-off of the character. Unlike the two previous installments, E.U. focuses on one particular secret triad, while the first two focuses more on the general lives of the characters. E.U. stands for Emergency Unit, a traffic and criminal operation wing under the Hong Kong Police Force. The series was meant to be followed by a sequel, however, production dropped the sequel, but reused the majority of its cast in an alternate series, Relic of an Emissary.

Grass

Grass is a sitcom starring Simon Day which originally aired in 2003 on BBC Three. Day plays Billy Bleach, a Londoner and pub know-it-all who is relocated to Norfolk in rural England under a witness protection program after he witnesses a gangland killing. The series was a spin off from The Fast Show.

All About Eve

All About Eve was the Philippine drama adaptation of a Korean drama of the same name. The pilot episode premiered on March 9, 2009 on GMA Network replacing Luna Mystika. It starred Sunshine Dizon, Iza Calzado, Mark Anthony Fernandez, Alfred Vargas with Richard Gomez, Jean Garcia and Eula Valdez. The series ended on June 5, 2009 and was replaced by Adik Sa'Yo. From June 27, 2011 until September 21, 2011 the series was re-aired on GMA Life TV worldwide.

Aisa Des Hai Mera

Aisa Des Hai Mera was an Indian television drama series that aired on Sony Entertainment Television India in 2006 on every Monday-Thursday at 9pm.

Drummonds

Drummonds was a 1985 British television series set in a boarding school for boys during the mid-1950s. It was produced for the ITV Network by London Weekend Television and ran for two seasons between 1985 and 1987. It starred Richard Pasco as the school's headmaster, George Drummond. The series was filmed at Amesbury School in Surrey, England.

The New Adventures of Chor Lau-heung

The New Adventures of Chor Lau-heung is a television series adapted from Gu Long's Chu Liuxiang novel series. It was first broadcast on CTS and TVB in Taiwan and Hong Kong respectively in 2001.

Corner the Con Man 1997

Corner the Con Man is a TVB television series, premiering in 1997. The theme song "Splendid Story", and subtheme song "Has You Rarely" was composed by Joseph Koo, lyrics by Wong Jim, arrangement by Joseph Koo and Chiu Tsang Hei, and sung by Roman Tam.

Off Pedder

Off Pedder is a TVB modern drama series broadcast since October 2008 and ended on 12 February 2010. The sitcom is about office politics in a magazine company, as well as family and romantic relationships amongst the characters, with the majority of the cast from Best Selling Secrets.

Yule Love Story

Yule Love Story was a drama series aired on Zee TV from 1993 to 1995. In every episode a new story was shown, which was a typical love story revolving around relation between teens. This series was succeeded by another series called Rishtey that involves all the human relationship not just love between couples. The series was sponsored by Yule Tea Group.

Ajeeb

Ajeeb - The Other Side is an Indian television series set in a hospital where something strange is always going on.

Grihalakshmi Ka Jinn

Grihalakshmi Ka Jinn was a Hindi television drama series that aired on Zee TV channel in 1994. It showed a story of an Indian housewife's confrontation with real life problems. This character was portrayed by Rita Bhaduri. She constantly wished that she had a magic wand to solve her problems in a matter of minutes. One day she finds that God has sent her a genie in response to her prayers. Now, with the help of her genie, she is able to face and solve all the problems in her life. The genie has batteries for food and a small pony tail.

Hometown 1985

Hometown is an American dramedy series than ran on CBS from August 22 to October 15, 1985. The series was a direct adaptation of the smash hit 1983 movie The Big Chill, and centered around the same premise as the film: a group of friends all in their 30s, who had reunited after traveling separate paths following their college days in the 1960s. Upon their reunion, they found that they were even more so an integral part of each other's lives in the 1980s. Julie and Dinah Kirgo served as executive producers, with Barnet Kellman directing most of the episodes. Hometown was produced by Kingette Productions in association with Paramount Television.

The King of Yesterday and Tomorrow 2003

The King of Yesterday and Tomorrow is a Hong Kong television drama serial that originally aired on Jade from 27 January to 21 February 2003. According to legend, Yongzheng Emperor of the Qing dynasty may not have died of natural death and was actually assassinated. The plot is an imaginative time-traveling story based on the continuation of what happens after the assassination attempt. The drama is produced by TVB under executive producer Siu Hin-fai. With an average of 2.21 million viewers, the drama is the fourth highest rating drama series of 2003. It received five nominations at the TVB Anniversary Awards, winning four. Maggie Cheung Ho-yee won the TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actress and one of twelve My Favourite Television Character awards, while Paul Chun won My Favourite Powerhouse Actor. Kwong Wa was nominated for the TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actor, and won one of twelve My Favourite Television Character awards.

Banegi Apni Baat

Banegi Apni Baat is a Hindi television drama series that started airing on Zee TV in 1993 running till 1997. The series was produced by Tony Singh and Deeya Singh. It gave many Indian television actors, such as Irrfan Khan, Roshini Achreja, Shefali Chhaya, Firdaus Dadi, Sadia Siddiqui, Anita Kanwal, Divya Seth, Achint Kaur, Rishabh, Varun Badola, Rakhee Tandon and Rituraj a good break. R. Madhavan also started his acting career with this series. The focus of the series was college life. Flirtation, romance, the campus, teachers getting teased - all typical scenes from college– were shown. Hence many youngsters, school and college going students, became avid viewers of the show. The transition from college to professional life was shown for most of the characters. Simultaneously, contemporary business life was also showcased. How the rich oppress the poor, and how housewives and working women have different perspectives of life, formed some of the other themes of the narrative.