Love Is a Many Splendored Thing is an American daytime soap opera which aired on CBS from September 18, 1967 to March 23, 1973. The series was created by Irna Phillips, who served as the first head writer. She was replaced by Jane Avery and Ira Avery in 1968, who were followed by Don Ettlinger, James Lipton, and finally Ann Marcus. John Conboy was the producer for most of the show's run.
Marlene Paez is a beautiful model who transcended many levels of pain and misery to reach international success. But fame is not enough, and her empty heart is divided both by her love for Santiago Porras and her search for the truth about her past.
Bade Achhe Lagte Hain is an Indian television drama series which premiered May 30, 2011 on Sony TV and airs Monday through Thursday. It is based on the Hindi novel Patrani by Imtiaz Patel. The drama explores the worlds of two personalities: Ram Kapoor and Priya Sharma, who accidentally discover love after they marry. The series is produced by Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms and stars Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar in the lead roles.
Eighteen years ago, Susan and Michael Vincent travelled to Spain with a group of friends. She was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Martha. Newly released on parole from the Spanish jail, Susan comes back to Chicago to regain her children’s love and prove her innocence.
All is Forgiven is an American sitcom from the creators of Cheers that aired from March 20 until June 12, 1986 with the premiere episode being repeated as a "special presentation" on August 23, 1986. Bess Armstrong starred in the series as Paula Russell.
Terre humaine is a French-Canadian soap opera TV series written by Mia Riddez-Morisset which originally aired between September 1978 and March 1984. The series totaled 229 episodes. The show takes place in rural Quebec in the late 1970s where conflicts between generations build scenes for a good novel.
Água Viva is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo in 1980.
Return to Peyton Place is an American daytime soap opera which aired on NBC from April 3, 1972 to January 4, 1974. The series was a spin-off of the primetime drama series Peyton Place rather than an adaptation of the 1959 novel of the same name by Grace Metalious. The storylines from the daytime show were a continuation of those from the primetime series. Both James Lipton and Gail Kobe worked as writers on the series during its run. Frank Ferguson, Evelyn Scott, and Patricia Morrow reprised their roles from the earlier series. Selena Cross, a major character in the original novel and the films both it and its sequel inspired, had not been included in the primetime TV series because her storyline was considered too risque at the time. She was a featured character in the daytime soap.
Gloss was a television drama series in New Zealand that screened from 1987-1990. The series was about a fictional publishing empire run by the Redfern family. It was a starting point for many actors who went on to many productions in New Zealand, Australia and around the world including Temuera Morrison, Miranda Harcourt, Peter Elliott, Lisa Chappell, Danielle Cormack and Kevin Smith. Writers for the show included James Griffin, who went on to write Outrageous Fortune, Rosemary McLeod and Ian Mune. The show's title theme song was performed by Beaver Morrison. The show has not been rescreened since its original screening, but selected extracts have been made available for viewing on NZ On Screen.
Our Private World is an American serial. It was the first prime-time spin-off from a daytime soap. Created by Irna Phillips and William J. Bell, it premiered on May 5, 1965 and aired Wednesdays and Fridays over the summer; the multiple-episode-per-week format was inspired by ABC's hit show Peyton Place. The final episode aired on September 10 of the same year. Our Private World starred Eileen Fulton as Lisa Miller Hughes, the same heroine she had played on As the World Turns, as well as Nicolas Coster. A total of 38 half-hour episodes were produced. Also in the cast were film star Geraldine Fitzgerald and stage actress Julienne Marie, who was married to actor James Earl Jones at the time. The storyline started on As the World Turns, with Lisa boarding a train to Chicago and the announcer encouraging the audience to watch the spin-off. Upon arriving, Lisa took a job in the admitting room of the local hospital and met her wealthy future husband John Eldredge. A few months after the demise of the series, Fulton returned to As the World Turns.