In 2008, a real-life mystery began to unfold when a real estate company (name withheld by request) discovered video footage shot in one of its vacant properties. The tapes were acquired by local documentary filmmakers Jarrod Rogan and Haman Movafagh, who began piecing together a series of bizarre instances recorded by a man living in the house. Apparently waiting for his wife and daughter to join him from out of state, the man began documenting strange activity that kept him from sleeping for days on end. The eerie recordings have become the subject of much controversy among paranormal investigators, and are finally being released to the general public. This first documentary from Son of Jason Films challenges audiences to explain what happened in the house on Briar Lane.
Desperate Housewives is an American television comedy-drama-mystery series created by Marc Cherry and produced by ABC Studios and Cherry Productions. It aired Sundays at 9 P.M. Eastern/8 P.M. Central, on ABC from October 3, 2004, until May 13, 2012. Executive producer Cherry served as showrunner. Other executive producers since the fourth season included Bob Daily, George W. Perkins, John Pardee, Joey Murphy, David Grossman, and Larry Shaw. The main setting of the show was Wisteria Lane, a street in the fictional American town of 'Fairview' in the fictional 'Eagle State'. The show followed the lives of a group of women as seen through the eyes of a dead neighbor who committed suicide in the very first episode. The storyline covers thirteen years of the women's lives over eight seasons, set between the years 2004–2008, and later 2013–2017. They worked through domestic struggles and family life, while facing the secrets, crimes and mysteries hidden behind the doors of their — at the surface — beautiful and seemingly perfect suburban neighborhood. The show featured an ensemble cast, headed by Teri Hatcher as Susan Mayer, Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo, Marcia Cross as Bree Van de Kamp, and Eva Longoria as Gabrielle Solis. Brenda Strong narrated the show as the deceased Mary Alice Young, appearing sporadically in flashbacks or dream sequences.
Lucy is a little girl who lives close to a zoo. Every night, the zoo animals visit Lucy, tell her an exciting story and send her on a magical night-time adventure. At the end of each story, the moral of the tale is discussed, then bedtime is declared, sending Lucy off for a cosy night's sleep.
199 Park Lane is a British television soap opera produced by the BBC in 1965. The series was a consciously upper-class affair, based around the residents of an exclusive block of apartments in London, and dealt with the intrigues of the Chelsea/Kensington set. All of this short-lived soap opera's 18 episodes were wiped by the BBC in the 1970s; and none of them are known to survive in the archives as of 2009.
Sammy J is an obsessive, socially inept and altogether hopeless junior lawyer scrambling to hold onto his last ounce of dignity while clinging to the bottom rung of the corporate ladder. Meanwhile, his slovenly housemate Randy has seen the world from all angles. He's an opinionated, unemployed opportunist, desperately trying to win back the affections of his glamorous ex-wife... and he's a purple puppet. While they’re loyal, eccentric and prone to burst into hilarious song at any given moment, tensions between the man and puppet will soon rise.
Puddle Lane is a 1980s British pre-school children's television programme written by Rick Vanes with animated stories written by Sheila K. McCullagh, author of Tim and the Hidden People. A long series of books based on the stories was produced by Ladybird Books, also under the title Puddle Lane. For a pre-school series, Puddle Lane attracted a large cult audience of adults and teenagers, and has been described as "a lunchtime favourite of students, sickies and truants alike".
Fast Lane Daily, sometimes referred to as FLD, is an Internet-based video newscast about the automotive industry, created by Emil Rensing, a founder of Next New Networks. Fast Lane Daily is part of AutoStream, Inc.. Its first episode first aired on February 17, 2007. FLD is currently hosted by Derek DeAngelis and runs daily, Monday through Friday. Alex Roy, JF Musial, and Leo Parente have now moved to the DRIVE channel. Past FLD hosts include Tinabeth Piña, Alex Gizela, Carrie Milbank, Michael Spinelli and Ray Wert of Jalopnik.com, Gumball 3000 veteran Alex Roy of Team Polizei, Richard Owens of Supercars.net, and Bullrun rally driver Ashley Van Dyke. As of April, 2013, FLD has over 130,700 YouTube subscribers and has shot over 1,500 episodes, one of the highest episode counts for an internet show. Historical view count for FLD on YouTube stands at 167 million as of April 2013. On December 20, 2010, FLD aired its 1,000th episode. Most of the clips in the episode were recorded at the Nürburgring when the crew took a trip to Germany during Halloween of the same year. Unlike most episodes, which are normally 5 minutes in length, the 1,000th episode ran for over 20 minutes and was the first one in high definition.
NASCAR Victory Lane is a post-race show for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events. The program is broadcast on Fox Sports 1 and is hosted by John Roberts. It also stars Kyle Petty, Kenny Wallace, Wendy Venturini and Bob Dillner, and analyzes the day's event with highlights, post-race interviews and interaction with the winning driver and crew chief.
Market in Honey Lane was an ATV British television soap opera which was broadcast between 1967 and March 1969. This cockney drama set was in an East London street market and covered the traders and customers. It was created by Louis Marks. Initially shown weekly in September 1968, it became a twice weekly afternoon show and the name was shortened to just Honey Lane. According to www.lostshows.com, only 13 of the original 91 episodes still exist in the archives. Main characters were played by John Bennett, Michael Golden, Ray Lonnen, Peter Birrel, Brian Rawlinson, Pat Nye, Basil Henson and Anna Wing, the latter finding new fame in the BBC soap EastEnders nearly 20 years later and which had a similar premise. The show was recorded at ATV Elstree, the same studio complex that is now home to EastEnders. Ray Lonnen would go on to star in another ATV soap, Crossroads, but in the Carlton Television produced Crossroads of 2001.
Judge Mills Lane is an American television series and arbitration-based reality court show that ran in first-run syndication from August 17, 1998 to September 7, 2001. Reruns later aired on The National Network. The show was produced by John Tomlin and Bob Young for Hurricane Entertainment Corporation, and distributed by Rysher Entertainment. The show's judge was Mills Lane. Mills Lane was previously a well-known professional boxing referee, as shown in the show's intro; "he's been a boxer, a lawyer, a prosecutor, and a referee." The intro also declared Lane to be "America's Judge." Lane uses his catchphrase "Let's get it on!" at the beginning of each case, and occasionally when someone states something that is either quite obvious or tried to deceive him, he usually states "I may have been born at night, but I wasn't born last night!"
The Don Lane Show is an Australian talk show television series aired on Nine Network in 1975 until 13 November 1983.
Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane is an American reality television series on the Style Network. The series premiered on the Style Network on August 5, 2007. The series ran on syndication on E! but is no longer aired. A spin-off show, Kimora: House of Fab, debuted on January 23, 2013.