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Sergio & Axel: Van de kaartSergio & Axel: Van de kaart

The Dutch top chef Sergio Herman and the Flemish actor Axel Daeseleire are going on a culinary world trip to Thailand, Japan, India, Mexico, Lebanon and Norway.

Nick KnattertonNick Knatterton

Nick Knatterton's adventures were translated into many languages, and a television cartoon show based on them was shown in the 1980s. Episodes of the show are available on DVD. The show is narrated, and the narrator is in fact the only voice actor. Characters merely squeak when they are shown talking, and the narrator then explains what was said. Knatterton himself often voices out the conclusions of his deductions by saying "Conclusion" (German: "(Ich) kombiniere!", literally: "I conclude!"), followed by the conclusion itself. This has become a kind of catch phrase for him.

Jesse Cox plays Detroit: Become HumanJesse Cox plays Detroit: Become Human

Jesse Cox plays Detroit: Become Human, an action-adventure game exploring the sentience of 3 androids. Developed by Quantum Dream, it's a thrilling ride. The game has no game over message, with choices affecting everyone and branching off in many directions. Hundreds of voice actors populate the world.


Boyster is a young mollusc who becomes a superhero to fit in with his classmates. Follow his adventures in this hilarious animated series. Watch as Boyster navigates his double life, balancing his superhero duties with the challenges of being a regular teenager.

Wanwan SanjushiWanwan Sanjushi

Wanwan Sanjushi follows the adventures of a brave young dog and his three musketeer friends as they fight for justice and honor. Their motto 'One for All & All for One' guides them through their dangerous missions. This classic anime is a must-watch for all adventure lovers.

Finding GenghisFinding Genghis

Join British explorer, Mike Brown and his team of Mongolian mavericks to explore the Nevada desert and the grasslands on the Mongolian Steppe.


Seven residents of Moscow never thought that one day they would get to know each other and find themselves embroiled in dangerous adventures. All of them rested in the same nightclub, where they were poisoned by a poison unknown to science. An unusual poison does not work immediately - the main characters of the series have 48 hours to take part in a mysterious quest, the price of which is a dose of antidote. In the course of a strange and full of inexplicable moments of the task, young people will find themselves in dangerous situations more than once, and not everyone will get to the end of the quest. Boys and girls will have to look for secret graves, participate in chases, and solve complex riddles. In the role of a "map of the treasure island" is the mystical, full of surprises legacy of Jacob Bruce, an associate of Peter I, who was known among the people as a sorcerer and warlock. However, in order to take possession of this legacy, the heroes will have to go through very real tests, which will cost some of them their lives. Each successfully completed task gives the quest participants a reprieve from death - a small dose of antidote, but in order to stay alive they need to reach the end. One riddle intertwined with each other

When Things Were RottenWhen Things Were Rotten
ABC, 1975 | Comedy, Adventure

Mel Brooks's Robin Hood spoof, When Things Were Rotten, is a hilarious one-joke affair featuring a great cast, including Richard Dimitri as Bertram and Renaldo. Though Errol Flynn may not have approved, the comedic madness and comedic timing of the show make it a must-watch for fans of Mel Brooks and slapstick humor.

Circus BoyCircus Boy

Join Corky, a 12-year-old boy, in his adventures as a water boy for baby elephant Bimbo and the behind-the-scenes life of a traveling circus. Watch as Corky navigates the ups and downs of circus life under the guidance of Big Tim Champion. Exciting, heartwarming, and full of wonder!

My Friend FlickaMy Friend Flicka

A young boy named Ken and his horse Flicka have many adventures on a Montana ranch in the early 1900s. Ken's parents and a ranch-hand also live on the ranch. The TV series 'My Friend Flicka' follows Ken as he grows up and learns valuable lessons about life and responsibility through his experiences with his beloved horse.