A documentary about the filming session of the film "The Wild Pear Tree" by Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Sinan is passionate about literature and has always wanted to be a writer. Returning to the village where he was born, he pours his heart and soul into scraping together the money he needs to be published, but his father’s debts catch up with him.
Powerhouse lawyer Jessica Pearson adjusts to the dirty world of Chicago politics. A spin off of Suits.
The Holy Pearl is a 2011 Chinese Television series starring Gillian Chung as the daughter of an archeologist. She time travels back in time to discovers she is a reincarnation a warrior priestess. She teams up with a human-dragon hybrid, to recover a broken magical vase. The story is an unofficial adaptation of Rumiko Takahashi's popular Japanese manga series InuYasha.
In 1934 two supposed brothers survived an avalanche in the Himalayas: the millionaire Franz Hauser (Bruno Gagliasso), who is saved by Buddhist monks, and Manfred (Carmo Dalla Vecchia), rescued by a team of climbers. Manfred returns to Brazil with a terrible secret: he sabotaged Franz’s equipment in order to take his place in the family business. After an exhaustive search, Ernest Hauser gives his son up for dead and appoints his bastard son as the director of the Hauser Group.
Miniseries about the events leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Pearl is an American television sitcom which aired on CBS from September 16, 1996 until June 25, 1997. The series starred Rhea Perlman, in what was her return to television after the conclusion of her long-running series Cheers three years earlier. Don Reo created the series, and Perlman served as an executive producer alongside Reo, Paul Junger Witt, Tony Thomas and Gary S. Levine. Pearl was produced by Impact Zone Productions and Witt/Thomas Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.
Princess Pearl, also known in Singapore and the Philippines as My Fair Princess, is a Chinese-language television series adapted from Chiung Yao's novel series of the same title. Produced by Taiwan Pleasant Communications Limited Company and Hunan TV, the series centers around the legend of Princess Huanzhu during the reign of the Qianlong Emperor of the Qing Dynasty. Although some characters, the plot premise, and certain sections of the story are based on historical events and figures, considerable artistic license was employed. Fans may often abbreviate the series' pinyin name of Huánzhū Gégé into "HZGG". The series was split into three seasons. The first season was produced in 1997 and broadcast in 1998. The second was broadcast in 1999, and the third in 2003. Princess Pearl enjoyed the highest viewership of any television drama in Chinese history. Seasons 1 and 2 received up to 54% and 65% of audience shares respectively during broadcast, and became the television series with the most reruns broadcast from the 1990s to today. Princess Pearl went on to receive similar phenomenal popularity in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand. However, Season 3 suffered backlash in popularity, partly because most of the original cast had been replaced by different actors and actresses. The majority of the cast decided not to renew their contracts and left the series, which led to a major recasting of characters for the third season. The third season flopped in terms of ratings.
The story of the ill-fated romance between Zhu Yi Huan, the last princess of the Ming Dynasty and Kangxi, the young emperor of the Qing Dynasty.
A struggling performer, working as a stunt woman finds her taking up another person’s identity and being married off to a playboy hotel heir. Kaimook's mother needs money so she went to borrow money from this lady's who has a daughter. The daughter was supposed to marry Keerin but she already had a boyfriend and did not want to marry him. After that the Lady wants Kaimook to work at the house as a servant. one day Kaimook was working at the house, both the mother and daughter were out, Kaimook tried on a dress and Keerin was there to see his wife-to-be. He mistook Kaimook for his fiance and he liked her. After that, he is ok with marrying and the Lady asks Kaimook to marry Keerin in her daughter's place. Kaimook did, married life was hard because Keerin's mother really hate her. She is trying her best but Keerin is starting to fall in love with Kaimook. Kaimook's real mother is Joojin, a Korean famous actress, and her father is a Thai musician. What will happen, can Kaimook win over Keerin's mum, and what will she do when her parents are not her real parents?
Pearlie is a 2009 Australian-Canadian animated comedy series based on the children's book series Pearlie the Park Fairy by Wendy Harmer. Pearlie is a co-production between Australian children's television producer Sticky Pictures and Canadian animation house Nelvana. The series airs on Australia’s Network Ten and in North America by YTV in Canada and Qubo now on NBC in the United States.
진주 목걸이는 KBS 2TV에서 2003년 9월 20일부터 2004년 3월 14일까지 매주 토,일 저녁 19시 55분에 방영되었던 주말 드라마이다.
Sisters of Pearl is a TVB pre-modern drama series, starring Jessica Hsuan, Bowie Lam and Michael Tao.
Pearly Gates is about the lives of Jesus, Christopher Columbus and MLK in Heaven. The premise is: what's the point of being good once you've made it into Heaven? So they're all the worst version of themselves.
The Pearl Report is a public affairs programme aired on TVB Pearl since April 1, 1988. The show mainly deals with current affairs in Hong Kong, although often stories are produced abroad concerning wider regional issues. Countries covered include the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, Germany, Russia, Malaysia, Canada, Oman, Vietnam, Thailand, Japan, Philippines, United Arab Emirates and all over different parts of China. A broad spectrum of topics are covered on the Pearl Report, including political, social, health, education, human rights, economic, and sport related issues.
The Drew Pearson Show was an early American television program originally broadcast on ABC and later on the now defunct DuMont Television Network. The series ran from 1952 to 1953. It was a public affairs program hosted by political columnist Drew Pearson. The program aired Sunday nights at 11 on ABC. When the series moved to the DuMont network, it aired on Wednesday nights at 7:30. The series was cancelled in mid-March 1953.