Carland Cross was an 1996 hardboiled animated television series developed with the collaboration of Belgian, French and Canadian broadcasters. The series spanned 26 episodes and was based on the comics The Adventures of Carland Cross, by Belgian natives Olivier Grenson and Michel Oleffe. Carland Cross tells the story of a fictional British private investigator specializing in curious and inexplicable cases. The series aired late 1996 under the French-language title Carland Coss and in other markets, such as Spanish, as Las aventuras de Carland Cross.
Of the 26 episodes, only 3 stories of the original print comic were used: 'The Golem', 'The Monster Under Sea', and 'The Mysteries of The Loch Ness'.
Although the television series remains unknown in international television, the animated television series was a success in the late 1990s to early 2000s in European countries such as Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland. However, it was also popular in South America, and especially in Argentina. Currently the ser
¿Dónde Está Elisa? is a Spanish-language telenovela, written by Pablo Illanes, produced by TVN and remade by the United States-based television network Telemundo and RCN, Colombia. The original mystery is a Chilean telenovela ¿Dónde Está Elisa? produced by TVN in 2009.
Telemundo began airing ¿Dónde Está Elisa? on March 8, 2010 airing weeknights at 10pm/9c over about 26 weeks during the 2010 season. As with most of its other telenovelas, the network broadcasts English subtitles as closed captions on CC3.
The first sneak peek of the production was shown on Tuesday in January 13, 2010. The series was produced in Miami Florida. The filming started on January 27 and ended in May, 2010. In July 26, the series shared the 1 hour time slot with another Telemundo telenovela La Diosa Coronada. The last episode of the series was aired on Tuesday in August 10, 2010.
A question is how much of DEE is based on the successful book The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, a 2
The Searchers is an Iranian TV series broadcast in 2009. It is written and directed by Mohammad Ali Sadjadi. The theme of the series is about two Inspectors from Iran's General inspection Organization searching for economic crimes and corruptions among Iranian corporations and manufacturers. The series is produced episodically. It is on Iranian TV every Wednesday.
Ghostly Encounters is a Canadian paranormal documentary television series that premiered on July 16, 2005 to January 19, 2011. on Viva/W Network. The program also airs on A&E's The Biography Channel in the United States. The show was created by executive producer Phyllis Platt, is produced by Brian Dennis, and is hosted by Lawrence Chau.
The program uses a combination of interviews and dramatic recreations, examining the events that led its subjects to accept or reject occurrences as supernatural, and how the experience has helped or hindered them.
Ghostly Encounters won a Gemini Award for best original score in 2007.
A monument that may explain why the people of a thriving ancient city vanished from Earth. A tablet that reveals a towering truth about one of the Bible's strangest stories. Evidence that the 10 plagues of Egypt were real natural phenomena. Join us as we follow a team of investigators around the globe, using modern science and technology to uncover ancient mysteries surrounding these and other puzzles from our past. By examining these relics and legends, we hope to gain insights into who we are, where we come from, and where we are going.
The George Sanders Mystery Theater is the title of a 30 minute American television mystery drama series which aired on the NBC in 1957 and hosted by character actor George Sanders.
Some of the actors who were cast in the episodes included: George Sanders, Lyle Talbot, June Vincent, S. John Launer, Paul Petersen, and John Archer.
Mennen Tullen is a four-part parody mini-series created by Studio Julmahuvi. It aired on YLE between 2000 and -01. Though created in a form of a serious murder-mystery it is in fact a dark comedy with occasional absurd elements, technology and conventions.
The cast of characters are from Julmahuvi's various fictional cop-series and there are also other references to Julmahuvi's previous productions.
Chicagoland Mystery Players was a live television series first shown on local station WGN-TV in Chicago starting in 1947, then picked up by the DuMont Television Network and first aired on the network September 11, 1949. The 30-minute show aired on Sundays at 8pm ET.
The series was one of several on DuMont that began in a local TV market before being picked up nationally. DuMont dropped the program on July 23, 1950, and it's unknown if it continued in Chicago for any time.
When the series aired on WGN-TV in Chicago, viewers were not given the solution to the crime. Instead they were told to pick up the next day's Chicago Tribune to find out the solution to the mystery. WGN-TV was owned by the Tribune.
Spine Chillers was a 1980 British children's supernatural television series broadcast on BBC1. It featured readings of classic ghost and horror stories aimed at older children, and ran for 19 episodes of 10 minutes each.
Spine Chillers is also the name of a British series aimed at older viewers, a horror/comedy anthology first shown on BBC Three. Season 1 comprised six episodes.
Kohinoor is a 2005 mystery-thriller Indian television series based on the popular American novel, The Da Vinci Code. The series premiered on September 5, 2005, and aired on every Monday to Thursday at 10pm IST on Sahara One channel, starring Kuljeet Randhawa in the lead. It became a success due to its stylised promotions and marketing and was acclaimed for its noble story and theme. Besides, to promote the series, the channel launched a Diwali contest named "Kohinoor Ki Diwali Heeron Waali" from October 17 to 31, where it gave away 45 laks worth of diamonds to 300 randomly selected participants.
In hospital, photographer Jinx Kingsley wakes from a coma after a car crash - a failed suicide attempt, prompted by her fiance Leo jilting her to elope with Jinx's lifelong best friend, Meg. The discovery of Leo and Meg's bodies - brutally murdered in the same manner as Jinx's first husband - makes Jinx the prime suspect. Then, with the help of eminent neuroscientist Dr.Alan Protheroe, some memories begin to surface. Memories of desperation and paralysing terror.
Get a Clue is a 1997 film based on the Newbery Medal winning book The Westing Game.
The film draws young viewers into the strange mysteries encountered by 13-year-old "Turtle" Wexler and her sister, Angela Wexler. After moving into a new town, Turtle learns the house next door is the notoriously haunted Westing mansion. Discovering the body of the dead millionaire, the spunky Turtle attempts to solve the case in hopes of receiving a $10 thousand reward. The live-action adventure stars Ashley Peldon, Diane Ladd, Sally Kirkland, and Ray Walston.
Seekers is a four-part TV mini-series released in 1992 about a police officer who disappears, and when his wife tries to find him, she discovers... another wife. They team up to search for him. It starred Brenda Fricker and Josette Simon, and was written by the celebrated novelist and screenwriter Lynda La Plante who also wrote the book of the same name. It was produced by Sarah Lawson.