"K Street" was a semi-improvised dramedy project from George Clooney about the world of political consultants in which fictional characters interact with real-life Washington insiders. The 10 episodes were shot and edited literally a week before they aired in order to follow current events.
Ted Allen, one of the Fab Five from Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is getting a shot at his own show on Food Network. Food Detectives will tackle some of the great food myths such as how long it takes gum to digest and if an apple a day truly does keep the doctor away.
Based on the US game show of the same name, the Australian Wipeout is filmed on location in Argentina, where Aussie contestants battle "the world's biggest obstacle course". Hosted by actor Josh Lawson and sports presenter James Brayshaw, the series will also feature Kelly Landry as an on-location reporter.
President George W. Bush lives in a comedy sitcom version of the White House called That's My Bush!, with a comedy sitcom wisecracking maid Maggie, a comedy sitcom neighbor Larry that barges in at random, and comedy sitcom types of problems, most of which also intersect with big controversial issues.
"Diff'rent Strokes" took place in New York and centered around the happenings in the Drummond household. Philip Drummond was a widower and had a daughter, Kimberly. He was also quite wealthy and lived in the penthouse of a luxurious apartment building.
This series looks at the writing and recording of some of the greatest albums of our era. Musicians, producers, and engineers are interviewed in the studio, and the master tapes are played, sometimes isolating particular channels, to highlight certain instrumental sounds or voices.
Series about Norman Stanley Fletcher, a criminal who is convicted of robbery and sent to Slade Prison for 5 years. He has been in prison many times before and knows the ins and outs of it. He becomes a father figure to most of the men inside and can easily get one over on the screws.
Army officer Lionel Hardcastle and nurse Jean Pargetter had a three-month affair in 1953. After Lionel is posted to Korea, the two lose touch when Lionel's letter to Jean fails to get delivered. Thirty-eight years later, they meet again. A sweetly charming situation comedy that ran for nine seasons. Best enjoyed with your feet up and with a cup of tea and some custard tarts at your side.