Ben March’s mundane life is transformed when he becomes convinced he’s been bitten by a werewolf loose in the suburban sprawl of Reseda. As strange events begin to occur, Ben embraces his new “wolfman” identity wholeheartedly. He ascends at work, gets the attention of unattainable women, and becomes a leader amongst his colleagues and friends. Ben forms his very own “wolfpack,” and together they find new confidence and freedom.
Animal Detective Kiruminzoo is a Japanese Magical Comedy anime series created by Shōji Kawamori. It is one of Kawamori's most recent work in collaboration with Hal Film Maker and JM Animation, making it Kawamori's first Shōjo title. Animated by Satelight, the series premiered in Japan on TV Tokyo on October 5, 2009. A manga spinoff is serialized in Shueisha's Shōjo magazine Ribon.
Out to Win is a television serial set in modern-day Singapore. Produced by MediaCorp TV Channel 8, it starred Fann Wong in drama about a self-centred SIMEX trader who gradually alienates her friends and family by doing whatever it takes to rise up the corporate ladder. It is only through a car accident that she learns to empathise with the victim and learns the meaning of life. This serial won Fann Wong a Best Actress nomination at Singapore's Star Awards 1999 and the viewership rating for this serial exceeded 30% during the last episode.
Di Mana Melani is an Indonesian TV Serial airs on SCTV and produced by MD Entertainment. This serial is related in the Chilean TV Series "¿Dónde Está Elisa?".
Amor Cautivo, is a Mexican telenovela produced by Azteca in association with Corazón TV. It stars Marimar Vega and Arap Bethke as the main protagonists. Filming starts on May 6, 2012. It is set to debut on Azteca Trece starting May 28, at 8:30pm, replacing A Corazón Abierto. It is based on "Lejana como el viento" by Laura Visconti. The telenovela concluded with 120 episodes, where the final episode was aired on November 9, 2012. The following week, on November 12, Hispanic television channel Telemundo is airing the telenovela at 11:00am/10:00 central. Meanwhile in Mexico, it was replaced by La Otra Cara del Alma.
Un-Go is a 2011 anime television series produced by Bones which aired on Fuji TV's noitaminA program block between October 14, 2011 and December 23, 2011. Based on the noted Japanese intellectual and novelist Ango Sakaguchi's novel Meiji Kaika Ango Torimono-chō, the series is being directed by Seiji Mizushima and written by Shō Aikawa, who had earlier worked together on Fullmetal Alchemist. Featuring character designs from pako and Yun Kouga, the music for the series is composed by Narasaki, with the opening theme being "How to Go" by School Food Punishment and the ending theme being "Fantasy" by LAMA. Un-Go was simulcast with English subtitles by Crunchyroll and Anime on Demand. A prequel film, Un-Go episode:0 Inga chapter, ran in Japanese theatres for two weeks from November 19, 2011. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series, along with episode 0, in North America, while Siren Visual has licensed the series in Australia and Manga Entertainment has licensed the series in the United Kingdom.
Valiente is a Philippine drama television series, aired and broadcast on TV5. It is the remake of the 5-year original epic drama of the same name that tells the story of love, hatred, vengeance and friendship. It returns with a cast led by JC de Vera, Oyo Boy Sotto, Niña Jose, Nadine Samonte, Jaclyn Jose and Michael de Mesa. It is written by Phil M. Noble from the original story of highly acclaimed writer Gina Marissa Tagasa and is directed by multi-awarded film and television director Joel Lamangan. It is produced by Archangel Productions and TAPE Inc. and aired on February 13, 2012, after Wiltime Bigtime. It recounts the epic tale of two families whose lives are intertwined by their desire to claim what they believe is rightfully theirs. Gardo and Theo from the two conflicting families of Valiente and Braganza; are two men who used to be best of friends but came to be mortal enemies brought by the ambitious Donya Trining and how will she use her wealth and power in manipulating the life of Gardo Valiente, the real Braganza.
8 x 45 is an Austrian television series.
La mujer de Judas is a Mexican telenovela produced by Maricarmen Marcos for Azteca. It is based on Venezuelan novela of the same name. It stars Anette Michel, Victor Gonzalez, and Andrea Marti. It replaced Cielo Rojo on January 13, 2012. Adapted by Paz Aguirre and Gabriel Santos, this adaptation is supervised by the original writer, Martin Hahn.
Don Tonino is an Italian television series.
Sie kommen aus Agarthi is a German television series.
Die Gespenster von Flatterfels is a German television series.
Mandara is a German television series.
Pedro, Teresa, Luísa, Chico and João form a fearless group that is not complete without Faial, the German shepherd of João. Together they are prepared to face the worst, experiencing the most incredible adventures.
La Familia de al Lado is a Chilean telenovela based on one of José Ignacio Valenzuela's books. The telenovela was produced by the Chilean national channel TVN and aired by the same channel from September, 2010 through March, 2011, and stars Álvaro Rudolphy, María Elena Swett, Jorge Zabaleta, and Cristián Arriagada. La Casa de al Lado is a remake of the original telenovela adapted by José Ignacio Valenzuela and produced by the American Spanish-language network Telemundo.
Ariadne no Dangan is a TV series broadcast in Japan by Fuji TV. It is the sequel to Team Batista no Eiko and General Rouge no Gaisen.
Andres de Saya is a weekly sitcom of GMA Network starring Cesar Montano and Iza Calzado. It is a TV remake of comic novel of Carlo J. Caparas. It premiered on May 28, 2011 in the Philippines, replacing Mind Master's time slot. The show premiered on GMA Pinoy TV on June 4; June 5, one week after its original premiere. but on July 24 they moved to Sunday replacing Show Me Da Manny.
Munting Heredera or Little Heiress is a Filipino family-oriented drama series created and developed by Maryo J. de los Reyes for GMA Network. Playing the lead role of Doña Anastacia, a rich widow in search of her "munting heredera", is the multi-award winning actress and one of the original Queens of Philippine cinema, Gloria Romero, making her television debut. The show was first shown on May 9, 2011, replacing Dwarfina on GMA Network and on May 11, 2011, on GMA Pinoy TV. Worldwide, via GMA Pinoy TV, the quality of the picture is much finer but is still at 480i, though digitally mastered. The series was extended for five weeks more than its original plan, but after one week the show was extended again for an additional five weeks for the second time. A third extension of 10 weeks was made. The series concluded on February 3, 2012, and was replaced by Biritera. It ran for thirty nine weeks with the total of 195 episodes.