Jeevan (Anoop Menon) is a still photographer by profession, who runs his studio in a village near to Idduki. One day, he accidentally meets a girl, Sarah (Bhavana), who is from a well respected family, and they fall in love. Sarah's Family oppose her relationship with Jeevan, and finally they decide to elope and go live in Mumbai. Things started to become worse when they start their new life in Mumbai; the clash of their egos is the main focus of the movie.
The Muppet Babies (Kermit, Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzy and company) live in a large nursery watched over by Nanny. The babies have active imaginations, and often embark upon adventures into imaginary worlds.
The anime will center on a group of young girls and their struggle as they aim to become Hula Girls.
The reimagined playroom antics and wacky adventures of the young Kermit the Frog, Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Animal, Summer Penguin, and Miss Nanny.
In this series, devised by Richard O'Keefe, maverick Detective Sergeant Alan Rockliffe is given the job of training seven new young recruits to the C.I.D., all fresh out of uniform. Under his irascible guidance it is hoped that they will blossom into full-blown detectives. But Rockliffe is human - so human that he makes more mistakes than the 'Babies' he is supposed to be training.
Mega Babies is a Canadian cartoon created by the Tremblay brothers, Christian and Yvon, and produced by CinéGroupe and Landmark Entertainment Group in association with Sony Wonder. Mega Babies was co-directed by Kevin Patrick Currie, Rick Thomas and Waid Konuwanchuk that first aired on January 1, 1999 and ended on April 1, 2001. Mega Babies was aired on Fox Family and Teletoon. The show was also aired weekday mornings in the UK on Sky One and was later repeated on Channel 5 on weekend mornings between 2001 and 2002.
SK-Babies is a German television series.
}} Dino Babies is a family-friendly educational cartoon spotlighting six young dinosaurs who share stories and adventures.
Saving Babies is an Australian medical documentary television series that screened on Network Ten from 15 February 2007 to 29 March 2007; airing seven episodes. The show was filmed at Sydney's Royal Hospital for Women and presented by former newsreader, Kim Watkins. The show follows the stories of unwell newborn infants and their families as they go through numerous medical examinations and treatments. Each half hour show follows three families and their stories while in the hospital. The program was broadcast on Thursday nights. The shows presenter, Kim Watkins, has had her own experience with the Royal Hospital for Women after giving birth to premature twin girls.
A min-series that focuses on infertility treatments , surrogate parenting and the technological advances in discovering genetic diseases in embryos .
Big Babies is a 2010 British children's television series, which was shown on CBBC, the British Broadcasting Corporation's children's digital channel. The main characters are two babies named Brooks and Rocco, who are reluctantly dragged away from watching television to go on unpredictable adventures in the world of the everyday. However, the toys on the shelf always have concerns about what the babies are up to, and get Budge, one of their own, to tag along with the babies. It is broadcast on CBBC, and ABC3 in Australia. In 2010, Big Babies was nominated for a BAFTA Children's Award in the section of Best Comedy.
When Oliva and Elzire Dionne have quintuplets in rural 1930s Canada, news of their uncommon family spreads like wildfire and steps up local tourism, thanks in part to an opportunistic town doctor who uses the children to enhance his own celebrity.
Reality series following loaded parents who go to town sourcing the best for their little ones.
Julie Farr, M.D. is a short-lived American television show that aired on the ABC network in 1978. It followed three television movies called Having Babies which aired from 1976-78, and was not renewed after its initial run of episodes aired in March-April 1978. The show began airing as Having Babies but was re-christened Julie Farr, M.D. during its run after its lead character.