Let The Blood Run Free
Let The Blood Run Free aired on channel TEN in Australia. The series was based on a long running stage play. At the end of each episode viewers could vote on story lines for the following episode. The show was set in a hospital.
Six-part mini-series (sequel to Secret Army) about former SS officer Ludwig Kessler trying to hide his involvement with the Nazi Party and his WWII activities.
This Thames TV adaptation of a novel by John Wyndham is about a twelve year old boy named Matthew Gore who becomes host to an extraterrestrial entity named Chocky. Chocky is a very inquisitive entity which asks all sorts of questions about life on earth.
Bodyline: It's Not Just Cricket
Played in Australia, the series gained notoriety in Australian and worldwide cricketing history for the fact that the English team applied a bowling technique called "leg theory", or more commonly, Bodyline. This technique involved bowlers bowling the ball directly at the batsman's body, and resulted in many of the Australian team receiving numerous bruises and injuries, with batsman Bert Oldfield sustaining a cracked skull. The series generated much anger and resentment towards the English team within Australia and seriously damaged Anglo-Australian cricketing relations at the time.
At first, Takayuki Narumi is befriended by Mitsuki Hayase only because Mitsuki's best friend, Haruka Suzumiya has a crush on him; however since then, Takayuki, his pal Shinji Taira, and Mitsuki have grown to be the best of friends. Then one day, Haruka confesses to Takayuki her love for him. Not wanting to hurt her feelings, Takayuki agrees to go out with her. After a few incidents, their relationship gets intimate, even while Takayuki and Mitsuki begin to realize their feelings for each other. But suddenly, when tragedy strikes, things are never the same for these four friends again.
In this new FX reality series, two families trade places to get a taste of how the other one lives. The catch? Through the use of extensive makeup, the African-American Sparks family from Atlanta will appear white, and the Caucasian Wurgel family from Santa Monica, California will look black.
12 Miles of Bad Road
This dramedy revolves around a Texas matriarch who must reconcile her booming business and immense wealth with the day-to-day matters of family life.
Cassandra French's Finishing School
Cassandra French's Finishing School, a half-hour series based on Eric Garcia's (Matchstick Men) novel that follows Cassie, (Jessica Renee Russell, "Donny") a 23-year-old overachieving publicist who can't find a guy ready for a mature relationship. After a disastrous one night stand, Cassie takes matters into her own hands when she knocks the unsuspecting guy, Owen, (Calum Worthy, "Austin & Ally") unconscious and decides that the only way to turn things around is to set up a finishing school in her basement to try and teach him how to become a better man.
The Long Road Home
The Long Road Home is a mini-series based on Martha Raddatz's bestseller. It will chronicle the events of April 4, 2004, a day that became known in military annals as "Black Sunday," when a newly-arrived Platoon from the First Cavalry Division in Fort Hood, Texas, was ambushed in Sadr City in Baghdad.The event series will cut between the soldiers on the ground and the homefront in Texas, where their wives and families await news for 48 hellish hours, expecting the worst. The incident, which took place 11 months after President George W. Bush's "Mission Accomplished" speech, changed the American military's view of Iraq from a peacekeeping mission to a fight against domestic insurgents.
Collision Course unravels the speculation surrounding car and airplane crashes involving celebrities relying on footage from the scene, police records, CGI reenactments and interviews with eyewitnesses to provide a detailed look at what put these celebrities on a collision course. Episodes include Paul Walker, Tracy Morgan, John Denver, Justin Bieber and John F. Kennedy Jr.