The Two of Us is an ITV comedy series starring Nicholas Lyndhurst and Janet Dibley as Ashley and Elaine, an unmarried couple living together. It was produced by London Weekend Television.
In the last episode, after four series, broadcast on 18 March 1990, the couple married.
Ashley's grandfather, Perce, was first played by Patrick Troughton, but later replaced by Tenniel Evans after Troughton's death. The couple regularly visited his domineering mother and suppressed father.
Two regional remakes were made of the series. In Germany, 41 episodes of Unter einer Decke were produced in 1993/94, using most of the scripts from the original series, combined with new scripts from Germany and the Netherlands. The Dutch version Vrienden voor het leven had 65 episodes produced in 1990-95 of which 64 have been released on DVD in the Netherlands.
This is the pilot season for Wonderdumb, an art based sketch comedy show. A show with bazaar skits and award winning antics performed by artists, comedians, and musicians from Chicago, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, and some other (not worth mentioning) cities and states.
A supernatural, quirky comedy about Maggie and her recently deceased friend, Adam. Only Maggie and can see and hear Adam, which can create some pretty awkward situations for Maggie, and Maggie's a girl who needs no help with awkward.
The Complete Guide to Parenting is an ITV comedy drama, starring Peter Davison as George Huntley, Professor of Child Psychology at London University, best-selling author of Hey Mum & Dad, Get Your Act Together and LBC resident parenting guru. He finds his so-called parenting expertise put to the test, when his wife Phoebe takes a job based in Paris. George has to hold the fort and look after his 7-year-old son Jamie, for the very first time, whilst juggling the rest of his busy life.
Whilst scenes are filmed at UCL, which is one of the universities that make up the University of London, it is unclear whether this show's 'London University' is meant to be the University of London.
The series was created and written by Paul Smith.
When the musical career of a failed upper-class musician, ends up collapsing, he decides to fool the rigid director of a school in Santiago, assuring that he is a teacher who seeks job. He will demonstrate to a group of young people that more important than to be successful, is to do things with passion.
Meet My Folks is a comedy reality television series which aired on NBC from 2002–2003 and aired in re-runs on MyNetworkTV from 2007-2008. Local versions of the show have aired in other countries since 2000.
The series was apparently inspired by, but has no direct connection to, the 2000 comedy film Meet the Parents, wherein a man must seek the approval of his girlfriend's demanding parents before proposing. One of the film's best-known elements, a lie detector test, also figures prominently in the series. The film's producers, Universal Studios, had at one point considered legal action over the program, specifically the title and the lie detector segment, but this did not come to fruition.
Kenny the Shark is an animated television series produced by Discovery Kids. The show premiered on NBC's Discovery Kids on NBC from November 1, 2003 and ended February 18, 2006 with two seasons and 26 episodes having been shown. The series continued to run on Discovery Kids until the network changed into The Hub on October 10, 2010. Discovery Kids closed with a 4 hour marathon of Kenny the Shark episodes. Despite the closure, it still aired on The Hub until March 25, 2012.
It is about an anthropomorphic tiger shark named Kenny that decides to move out of the ocean. He was the protagonist and main character in the series.
This was not Kenny's first appearance, however. In the late-1990s, a series of shorts ran between regular programming. Kenny was not seen, as the camera was from his point of view. A contest was held to guess what kind of shark Kenny was with the result being a tiger shark.
In order to rekindle their romantic flame, Anne and Vincent have decided to practice a different activity every Sunday, dragging along two single friends who have nothing in common to keep things light and diffuse the tension.
After the final events of Næturvaktin., Georg Bjarnfreðarson, Ólafur Ragnar and Daníel, find their paths cross again when they find work at a Hotel Bjarkarlundur in Icelands isolated Westfjords, owned and run by the formidable Gugga. Forced to work together again it's not long before Georg begins plotting ways to control everyone.
Marx and Venus is an Australian television comedy series broadcast on SBS TV. Set in Perth, Western Australia, the program is about two flat mates; John Marx, played by Bryce Youngman and Venus Hoy, played by Rhoda Lopez. Originally Emma Lung was to play Venus Hoy, but she pulled out of the project before filming.
The program premiered on 6 August 2007. Episodes of the show are only five minutes long, and it is generally shown around 8:30pm each Monday night.
The theme music for the opening titles is "Come on Come on" by Little Birdy.