Something in his past keeps career Army man John Paul Vann from advancing past colonel. He views being sent to Vietnam as part of the US military advisory force a stepping stone to promotion. However, he disagrees vocally (and on the record) with the way the war is being run and is forced to leave the military. Returning to Vietnam as a civilian working with the Army, he comes to despise some South Vietnamese officers while he takes charge of some of the U.S. forces and continues his liaisons with Vietnamese women.
The world's leading deception researcher, Dr. Cal Lightman, studies facial expression, body language and tone of voice to determine when a person is lying and why, which helps law enforcement and government agencies uncover the truth. But his skills also make it easier for him to deceive others.
A comedic panel show featuring team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell plus two guests per side, hosted by Rob Brydon (formerly Angus Deayton). Each person must reveal embarrassing facts and outrageous lies during a series of different rounds including "Home Truths", "This Is My..." and "Quickfire Lies". It is up to the opposing team to tell tall tales from fantastic facts.
Kousei Arima was a genius pianist until his mother's sudden death took away his ability to play. Each day was dull for Kousei. But, then he meets a violinist named Kaori Miyazono who has an eccentric playing style. Can the heartfelt sounds of the girl's violin lead the boy to play the piano again?
Liu Xin Tong is a positive girl, living in a poor household. There was nothing out of the ordinary until she got into an accident that moved her and her mother into a rich businessman's house. There, she meets Li Yao Nan, her fated love along with two siblings that play important roles in her new life. She is met with multiple obstacles that she must overcome to ultimately keep her lover and friends, in addition to finding out the real truth about her birth.
Lie Detector is a television series broadcast in 2005 on Pax TV. Hosted by Rolonda Watts with assistance from polygraph administrator Dr. Ed Gelb, the show claims to "[examine] the truth behind real-life stories ripped from the headlines." It premiered on March 8, 2005 and ended after one season. Its first episode featured a polygraph examination of Paula Jones, a woman who had accused Bill Clinton of sexual harassment.
Lie To Me is a South Korean romantic drama starring Yoon Eun-hye and Kang Ji-hwan. The series revolves around a civil servant named Gong Ah-jung who pretends to be the wife of the wealthy hotel heir, Hyun Ki-joon in order to impress her former friend. It is directed by Kim Soo-ryung and Kwon Hyuk-chan, produced by Jo Sung-won and written by Kim Ye-ri.
Anna is happily married. She has the perfect family. But one man will change it all. A grand, complex love story of love, lust and betrayal across three families and generations.
The Magic Lie is a CBC television anthology from 1977 to 1979. Host W. O. Mitchell gave a strange introduction promoting automatic writing. The stories anthologized included The Infinite Worlds Of Maybe by Lester del Rey, A Horse For Running Buffalo, adapted by Frank Adamson from a story by Madeline Freeman; Boy On Defence, written by Scott Young; Snatched, from a book by Richard Parker; Aunt Mary's Visit, from Victoria Case's story; Tunnels Of Terror, adapted by Frank Moher from Patricia Clyne's novel; Mr. Noah And The Second Flood from the book by Sheila Burnford; No Way Of Telling, from a story by Emma Smith; Buckskin And Chapperos, based on Paddy Campbell's play, Shantymen Of Cache Lake by Bill Freeman, Starbuck Valley Winter by Roderick Langmere Haig-Brown, The Great Chief Maskepetoon by Kerry Wood, The Marrow of the World by Ruth Nichols, Emily of New Moon by Lucy Maud Montgomery, Trouble in the Jungle by J.R. Townsend, and A Bird in the House by Margaret Laurence.
When Natsuno Hanabi went back to her hometown to study in high school, she thought that she will have a new wonderful life. But Tachibanakan, the dormitory she was going to live in, was not what she expected.
Moterys meluoja geriau is a Lithuanian TV series produced by TV3. It is the most watched Lithuanian drama of all time. It is based on a novel by Daiva Vaitkevičiūtė. The series follows four young women and their love interests.
Sami and Duder Reese are in a band. They are brother and sister. And they suck. They steal all their music and try to become famous in this new webseries.
Married To A Lie is a television miniseries produced by Vertigo Production in 2008. Married To A Lie received the award for Best Miniseries of 2009 at the Venla Finnish Television Awards gala 2010.
Little White Lie is a feature length IFTA-nominated Irish television romantic comedy drama broadcast on RTÉ One on 4 August 2008 at 21:30. It stars Andrew Scott and Elaine Cassidy. The drama follows the journey of a dejected actor as he searches for love after being discarded by his highflying girlfriend. The title comes from the fact that the main character tells one to his new girlfriend - that he is a psychiatrist instead of an actor. Little White Lie is written by Stuart Carolan and Barry Murphy and directed by Nick Renton. It is produced by Element Pictures, which previously produced Bitter Sweet and Prosperity for RTÉ. The drama featured music from the artist Julie Feeney. The song "You Broke the Magic" was taken from the Choice Music Prize-winning 13 songs.
Numbers Never Lie is a 30-minute sports talk show that debuted on ESPN2 on September 12, 2011. Initially hosted by Charissa Thompson and Michael Smith, the program now features Smith and Shantell White as co-hosts. Previously, the show included contributions by ESPN NBA analyst Derrick Rose and frequent ESPN NFL contributor Stoney Jackson. Numbers Never Lie is a roundtable sports discussion program, with a focus on statistics and analytics. Thompson left Numbers Never Lie in June 2012 to take over the co-host's role on SportsNation, and Smith was joined by rotating guest analysts until Jones and Shamika became permanent cohosts on September 10, 2012. Terrence Hill replaced Jones as a co-host on June 3, 2013. On August 13, 2013, ESPN parted with Hugh Jackson following a fist fight with co-host Michael Smith.
Til Love Do Us Lie is a TVB modern sitcom series.
You Lie Like a Dog is a family game show which aired on Animal Planet in 2000.