Terra Nostra

Terra Nostra 1999

Terra Nostra is a Brazilian telenovela, which was produced by and broadcast on Rede Globo in 1999. The story is set in the late 19th century and takes place at a time when slaves were freed in Brazil and there was a need for workers, especially on the coffee fazendas of Brazil. As a result new laborers were sought and a large number of Italians, looking for a better life, immigrated to Brazil to work there. Unlike many telenovela stories, the characters are not larger than life in "Terra Nostra." Instead, they are like everyday people who make everyday decisions. Consequently, the viewers can relate to what is happening in the story. "Terra Nostra" was written by Benedito Ruy Barbosa and directed by Jayme Monjardim. Both men are responsible for writing and directing other first-rate stories. The telenovela has many shots of nature and scenery. Musical director, Marcus Viana, puts together a music soundtrack for the telenovela. It is mainly filled with traditional Italian songs that are performed musicians such as Charlotte Church, Caetano Veloso, Zizi Possi, and Jerry Adriani. The soundtrack also includes original instrumental music by Viana, also a musician with experience from making soundtracks for other shows.

Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig

Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig

Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig is a Philippine drama that airs on GMA Network. This is the fourth instalment of Sine Novela. The original movie was released back in 1987. For the TV remake of the movie GMA negotiated with Viva films that they would keep the elements of the old movie but use the comic elements of Pablo Gomez to make the story more fitting for its TV remake.

Meri Doli Tere Angana

Meri Doli Tere Angana

Meri Doli Tere Angana was a Hindi TV serial that aired on Zee TV, based on the concept of a struggle of a woman who is totally committed and believes in herself. It's her strength that will stand by her through the difficult times.Produced by Rahul Bhat and Sharika Sharma Bhat under their home production banner Filmtonic Entertainment Ltd.

Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy

Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy

Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy was a CBC Television television show based upon the adventures of author and rancher Richmond P. Hobson, Jr. in Northern British Columbia. It is based upon the eponymous book and also The Rancher Takes a Wife.

Wind at My Back

Wind at My Back

A recently widowed mother loses her children to a cold mother-in-law in Ontario during the Great Depression of the 1930s.  Based loosely on the books "Never Sleep Three in a Bed" and "The Night We Stole the Mounties’ Car" by Max Braithwaite

Da Kink in My Hair

Da Kink in My Hair

Da Kink in My Hair is a play by Trey Anthony, which debuted at the Toronto Fringe Festival in 2001. The play's central character is Novelette, the Caribbean Canadian owner of Letty's, a Toronto hair salon. Novelette is forced to confront her goals and ideals in life when she receives news that her onetime boyfriend Cedric, who loaned her the money to open the salon, has died and his daughter Verena is demanding repayment of the loan. The play subsequently expanded to Theatre Passe-Muraille in 2003, and was nominated for four Dora Awards. Mirvish Productions then underwrote a larger production at the Princess of Wales Theatre in 2005. The show has also been produced at the San Diego Repertory Theatre in San Diego, and at the Hackney Empire in London.

Alfa Papa Tango

Alfa Papa Tango

Alfa Papa Tango was a 1990 - 1991 Belgian romantic TV drama series directed by Vincent Rouffaer, written by Guy Bernaert and Mark De Bie.

Camila

Camila

This page refers to the 1998 soap opera. For the 1984 Argentinian movie see Camila. Camila is a Mexican romantic drama telenovela produced by and originally broadcast on Televisa in 1998. It is a remake of Viviana, a Mexican telenovela from 1978. It starred Bibi Gaytán, Eduardo Capetillo, and Adamari López and is the story of a simple country girl brought to the big city, but abandoned when her new husband bigamously marries his employer's daughter.

Michael Hayes

Michael Hayes 1997

Michael Hayes is a TV series that ran on CBS from 1997 to 1998. It stars David Caruso and Ruben Santiago-Hudson. David Caruso plays in the title role as Michael Hayes. Hayes is an Irish Catholic ex-New York City police officer appointed acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York State. This series was Caruso's first attempt at a comeback on television, after he infamously left NYPD Blue a few years earlier and a failed launch into movies, when both Kiss of Death and Jade were box office and critical failures. Despite this, Michael Hayes was cancelled at the end of its first season, and Caruso slowly continued into supporting roles in film and guest spots on television before reaching new heights once again with CSI: Miami, which ran from 2002 until 2012.

Lazos de Amor

Lazos de Amor

Lazos de Amor is a Mexican telenovela from 1995. It aired on Televisa, and starred actress and singer Lucero.

Lobo

Lobo

Lobo is Philippine supernatural–fantasy horror TV series produced by ABS-CBN that premiered January 28, 2008 and ran through July 2008. It was top billed by Piolo Pascual with Angel Locsin and was the most expensive teleserye made by ABS-CBN.

The Wedding

The Wedding 2009

The Wedding is a romantic-comedy television series aired over at ABS-CBN starring Anne Curtis, Zanjoe Marudo and Derek Ramsay. The show ran for 11 weeks on Primetime Bida.

Calvento Files

Calvento Files

Calvento Files is a now-defunct crime and investigative show which aired on ABS-CBN from 1995 to 1998. It was hosted by seasoned broadcast journalist Tony Calvento.

Nothing Sacred

Nothing Sacred 1997

Nothing Sacred is an American drama series that aired from 1997 to 1998 on ABC. The series was created by a Jesuit priest named Bill Cain and producer David Manson.

Alcanzar una estrella

Alcanzar una estrella

Alcanzar una estrella is a Mexican telenovela first broadcast on Canal de las Estrellas in 1990. The telenovela, which was also broadcast in Latin America and on Univision in the United States, tells the story of an introverted girl's infatuation with her teen idol. The leading roles were played by singers Mariana Garza and Eduardo Capetillo, ex-members of the Mexican pop band Timbiriche. The two also sang the theme songs for the telenovela, which were written by Ricardo Arjona. Arjona and other singers such as Patricia Manterola also made acting cameos. The telenovela was remade into an American show on Nickelodeon called Hollywood Heights. The show premiered June 2012. The success of the telenovela was such that it was made into a film Más que alcanzar una estrella and a sequel telenovela Alcanzar una estrella II, starring Sasha Sokol and Ricky Martin. The story was produced by Luis de Llano, producer and manager of Timbiriche and Garibaldi, and written by actress Rita Macedo, de Llano's mother. Alcanzar una estrella turned out to be Macedo's last credit as an actress before she committed suicide in the mid-1990s.

Au nom de la loi

Au nom de la loi 2005

Au nom de la loi is a limited-run Quebecois téléroman series on Radio-Canada, seen from September 15, 2005 to November 17, 2005. The series ran for ten episodes, running 50 minutes each episode.

Matt Waters

Matt Waters

Matt Waters is an American drama television show which aired in 1996 on CBS. The program starred talk show host Montel Williams, and was created by James D. Parriott. The show, which was a midseason replacement, failed to garner a significant audience and was canceled after just six episodes. Williams played a retired naval officer who becomes a high school science teacher at Bayview High School, the school he had attended 25 years earier. Williams's character had returned home after his brother was killed in a gang related murder. Portions of the program were filmed at Bayonne High School in Bayonne, New Jersey.

Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai

Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai

Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai is a Hindi television serial that aired on Zee TV from July 16, 2007- April 18, 2008. It was based on the story of 3 girls: Prarthna, Sidhhi, and Sanskriti. Even though they all have different lives and a different outlook of life, destiny is not always on their side, and when the unexpected happens their dreams, hopes and desires come crashing down.

More Tears

More Tears

More Tears is a seriocomedy television series that was broadcast by CBC Television, as a short run programme; it was written and produced by Ken Finkleman following the success of The Newsroom, and was partly a remake of 8½, by Federico Fellini. As in The Newsroom, George Findlay is the protagonist of More Tears, as a documentary producer, who manipulated his subjects in order to create better television drama. In the final installment, Findlay abandoned the documentary form to film a satire of the neo-conservative government of Mike Harris, the Premier of Ontario. The programme also explored the personal life of George Findlay, his unhappy marriage, and his unhappy extra-marital affairs. The cast of More Tears also included Hrant Alianak, Yank Azman, Arsinée Khanjian, Leah Pinsent, Evan Solomon, and Kenny Vadas. Finkleman's next project for the CBC was the series Foolish Heart.

Holiday Island

Holiday Island

Holiday Island is an Australian television series made by Crawford Productions for Network Ten. The show aired twice weekly from 1981 to 1982, with the first episode going to air on 17 June 1981. Like preceding Crawford's series, the aborted Hotel Story, Holiday Island was a Love Boat-style drama series set in a luxury hotel. This time the location was a tropical resort island in Queensland. In each episode the regular characters - the various islanders and hotel workers - hosted a new batch of guest star hotel guests. Various plots and situations on the show included a fierce cyclone hitting the island, children being kidnapped, a siege where the hotel workers were held hostage by less than pleasant guests, drug trafficking, the resort being terrorised by a biker gang and a politician dying of a heart attack while staying at the island's resort. The series became notorious amongst critics for its allegedly poor production values, and the wintry conditions under which the tropical drama was shot became the focus of most jibes. Though set in a tropical hotel with palm trees, sunshine and beautiful beaches, for practical reasons all interiors scenes - and the bulk of exterior scenes - were shot at the Ten Network's studios in Nunawading, Melbourne. The exterior set made heavy use of awnings in an attempt to disguise Melbourne's propensity for overcast skies, but attempts to mask the icy breath of the bathing beauties was not always successful. Attempts to shoot location footage in Queensland were hampered by the fact that the local television crews assigned to the shoot had experience only in shooting news footage, and the fact that heavy rain fell for several days of a planned shoot. Ray Meagher, a guest star in the show's first episode, later jokingly referred the show as Horror Day on Iceland.