A woman on the run from ruthless kidnappers discovers her savior is the man jailed for attacking her 15 years earlier.
A time traveling cop, Jack Deth, from the future is taken back to the past to be given the task of destroying the Trancer program before it has a chance to get out of control, sending the world into a state of chaos and war.
The Horton and Brady broods endure the romantic trials of life in Salem, a Midwestern hamlet filled with evil geniuses, star-crossed lovers and a rich family history.
The true stories of people who lived with a killer. How well do you really know your family? Would you recognize the warning signs? Or would you become entangled in evil?
7 Lives Exposed is an American reality television-themed series produced by Playboy TV. The series was first aired in late 2001, with a second season following in late 2002. The series starred pornographic actress Devinn Lane and was produced by Tom Lazarus. The concept of the series is similar to that of Survivor and Big Brother -- contestants must satisfy certain ongoing criteria or risk being "evicted"; in this case, Lane herself decides who among a set of couples living together in a Los Angeles-area home stays or goes each episode. As the primary audience of the series is heterosexual men, there are both heterosexual and lesbian sex scenes throughout the series. The sex is simulated; however, scenes of oral sex and masturbation are much more explicit in that some contact is shown. Dramatic tension arises from conflicts between the contestants, often related to jealousy and competition. The last season aired in 2006, which was Season 5.
A comedy about six friends at different stages in their lives – married, divorced, newly engaged and single – who are outwardly happy, but secretly questioning if their friends have it better. Andi and Bobby are happily married with two kids but at times long for the days they had less responsibility and more fun; Will is newly single and preaching the bachelor lifestyle, but still pining for his ex-wife; Jules and Lowell are high on their passionate new relationship; and Kate has a successful career but may take a swan dive into the L.A. River when she finds out her last remaining single friend, Jules, just got engaged. When it comes to relationships, these six friends are finding it a challenge to look at each other without wondering… who really has the better life?
Chloe King is looking forward to celebrating her birthday with her friends and single mother, just like every other year... that is until she starts developing heightened abilities and discovers she's being pursued by a mysterious figure. Chloe soon learns she's part of an ancient race which has been hunted by human assassins for millennia —and that she may be their only hope for ultimate survival.
While mourning the loss of his world-famous puppeteer father, Taylor finds himself mysteriously transported to the magical world of his father's show.
Sordid Lives: The Series is an American television series created, written, and directed by Del Shores and acts as a prequel to 2000 film Sordid Lives, also by Shores, self-described as a "Black comedy about white trash". The show is set in small town Texas and centers around the Ingram family. It stars Rue McClanahan, Olivia Newton-John, Caroline Rhea, Leslie Jordan, Beth Grant and most of the original cast of the film. It premiered on Logo in July 2008. In Canada, Sordid Lives the uncut version can be seen on Super Channel and the censored version on Out TV. According to Logo's contact page a second season will not be produced due to a lack of funding, and the Logo online web page for the series is no longer available. The series premiered in the UK on Film24 in August 2009.
Sex Lives is an adult roommate reality series currently airing on Playboy TV. It revolves around the experiences of 6 female strangers forced to live together and endure erotic challenges in Miami, Florida.
True Lives is mature themed Reality Television program produced in the United States by Blackhawk Productions, Executive Produced by Dave Blass. The show first aired in Canada in 2005, and has subsequently aired in England, and throughout Europe. The show follows the daily lives of six young individuals from the Los Angeles area, similar in style to MTV's The Real World. The show asks the question, "Just how real are people on Reality Shows", and sets to test the theory by filming the contestants on hidden camera as well as the standard Reality TV style of following them around with cameramen.
The series revolves around the SWAT leader (who is played by Lee Perkins) and a young female character (played by Elizabeth Duran) who leads a double life
Adam Adamant Lives! is a British television series which ran from 1966 to 1967 on the BBC, starring Gerald Harper in the title role. Proposing that an adventurer born in 1867 had been revived from hibernation in 1966, the show was a comedy adventure that took a satirical look at life in the 1960s through the eyes of an Edwardian.
Love Lives On is a fact-based TV film that aired on ABC on April 1, 1985. The film centers around a 15 year old, played by Mary Stuart Masterson, who kicks a drug addiction, then learns that she has cancer and is pregnant and that her unborn child has only a slim chance of survival. The film's composer and lyricist, James Di Pasquale and Douglas Brayfield, won the 1985 Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics.