Arly Hanks

Arly Hanks is a 1993 American television pilot based on the first book of Joan Hess' series Malice in Maggody. Written by Sean Clark and directed by Arlene Sanford, it screened on CBS on August 20, 1994. Due to low ratings, the show was removed from the CBS season. Filmed in Atlanta, Georgia, the plot centered around Arly Hanks who, after divorcing her husband, leaves her life in New York City and returns to her small hometown of Maggody, Arkansas. She becomes Sheriff of Maggody and deals with mischievous residents while solving mysteries.

The Twisted Whiskers Show

The Twisted Whiskers Show is an American computer-animated comedy series based on the Twisted Whiskers greeting cards created by Terrill Bohlar. It began airing as the first program of the Hasbro/Discovery TV network, Hub Network on October 10, 2010. 26 half hour episodes of the CG series were produced by DQ Entertainment, MoonScoop Group and Mike Young Productions and distributed by Taffy Entertainment. The series is rated TV-G.

The Imogene Coca Show 1954

The Imogene Coca Show is a half-hour NBC television series starring Imogene Coca in both situation comedy and variety show formats. The program debuted on October 2, 1954, after the ending of Sid Caesar's Your Show of Shows, on which Coca had been a popular regular performer. The first two episodes of The Imogene Coca Show center upon the difficulties of a television star starting a new series. Her co-stars were Billy DeWolfe and Ruth Donnelly. The program became a variety show in its third episode, with standard songs, comedy sketches, and weekly guest stars. Then in February 1955, Coca was cast as a newlywed with a husband and two lively neighbors, Helen and Harry Milliken, portrayed, respectively, by Bibi Osterwald and David Burns. Eight years thereafter in the 1963-1964 season, Coca was cast in another NBC situation comedy, Grindl, about the wacky life of a maid working for an employment agency. The Imogene Coca Show aired on Saturday evenings at 9 p.m. EST preceding The Jimmy Durante Show and opposite Two for the Money on CBS. ABC aired Saturday evening boxing at the time. The program was telecast from New York City. It ended after a single season.

Para Volver a Amar

Para Volver a Amar is a Televisa telenovela that aired on the Canal de las Estrellas channel in Mexico from July 12, 2010 to January 30, 2011. It stars Rebecca Jones, Rene Strickler, Alejandro Camacho, Alejandra Barros, and Africa Zavala. The Mexican version however is taken from the original Colombian soap opera series "El Último Matrimonio Feliz". The story is about six women who befriend each other and help each other deal with the pains of life, particularly in regards to marriage and relationships. They'll realize that even amidst their problems, happiness is not impossible to attain. It won seven Premios TVyNovelas awards for Best Telenovela of the Year, Best Male Villain, Best First Actress, Best First Actor, Best Co-Star Actress, Best Co-Star Actor, and Best Young Lead Actor. Para Volver a Amar aired in the United States on Univision from March 8, 2011 to October 28, 2011 at 12am/11pm central.

Emisija Koja Ide na Televiziju Poneđeljkom oko 9 uveče

Emisija Koja Ide na Televiziju Poneđeljkom oko 9 uveče also known as Booksovci was a sketch comedy that was broadcast on RTCG during 2004. The show is a work of The Books of Knjige a comedy group and alternative rock band from Cetinje. It had 10 episodes, everyone lasting up to 30 minutes. Surreal humor was used in this show. They were showing the montenegrin way of living in a comic way, sometimes pushing it too hard. The show was a big success in Montenegro and had a large audience. This show was influenced in part by Monty Python's Flying Circus and Bosnian Top Lista Nadrealista.

Seven at Eleven 1951

Seven at Eleven is an American comedy/variety show that aired live on NBC Monday and Wednesday night from 11:00 pm to midnight Eastern time from May 28, 1951 to June 27, 1951 on the nights when Broadway Open House wasn't on.

Walking in Circles

Walking in Circles is an American comedy web series created by Adam Rady and James Rodehaver. The show revolves around a group of adventurers on a quest to slay Sithalazalamazar, a dragon who had previously killed one of the adventurer's fathers. The series has been described by its creators as "The Office meets Lord of the Rings." The show itself follows a mockumentary format, featuring "whip-smart dialogue" with much of the humor derived from role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons. The series premiered on YouTube on July 19, 2011. The remaining ten episodes were released on a weekly basis via YouTube. The creators are currently gathering funding for a second season.

Por Ella Soy Eva 2012

Por Ella Soy Eva is a Mexican soap opera produced by Rosy Ocampo for Televisa based on the Colombian soap opera En los tacones de Eva. Jaime Camil and Lucero starred as main protagonists, while Mariana Seoane and Marcelo Córdoba starred as the main antagonists. "The Best Telenovela of the Year 2013."