An unexpected affair quickly escalates into a heart-stopping reality for two women whose passionate connection changes their lives forever.
Teenage friends find their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of puberty in this edgy comedy from real-life pals Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg.
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is is a BBC television series that was first shown on BBC One from 10 March 2008 to 18 June 2010, then shown on BBC Two from 14 February 2011 to 13 May 2012 where it aired its Food spin-off from 5 May 2009 to 5 June 2009 and then shown back on BBC One since 18 February 2013 where it also aired its Chefs spin-off from 8 April 2013 to 26 April 2013.
Watch Your Mouth is an American comedy-drama television series which aired on Public Broadcasting Service public television in 1978. The series focused upon Mr. Geeter, a resourceful language skills teacher, and his ethnically diverse group of high schoolers. Like many PBS series of the 1970s, it was considered both educational and groundbreaking.
Mouth to Mouth is a 2009 comedy-drama television series written by Karl Minns and broadcast on BBC Three. A successful pilot episode of the programme had been broadcast in 2008, starring the same female cast as the full series but no males and with a significantly different story. Each of the six episodes follow a monologue structure where each of the main characters describe their life around the same date. As the series progresses the viewer discovers how each of the lives are interwoven. On the surface the script has some fine humorous moments but underlying it deals with some serious issues.
Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life is a Japanese short CG anime series based on a short journal column created by Supercell member Yoshiki Usa and illustrator Tomoko Fujinoki.
World Shut Your Mouth was a hidden camera television series starring Dom Joly that ran on Friday nights in 2005 on BBC One. Dom Joly made his name on the similar series Trigger Happy TV on Channel 4, and it was from its great success that he was hired by the BBC to produce new programming. His first effort was an unsuccessful spoof chat show named This Is Dom Joly. The lack of success in conventional comedy prompted him to go back to his hidden camera roots and started to create a new series which was very similar to Trigger Happy TV, with short stunts overlaid with a soundtrack. He was the main participant in these stunts. As with his previous work, the programme had an emphasis on surrealism, with sketches such as a spying gnome and nerds taunting skaters and him dressing up in aluminium foil like a superhero, being a partner of a traffic warden who was technically ignoring him. The main difference between Trigger Happy TV and World Shut Your Mouth was the scope of the show. Where Trigger Happy TV took place in various places around the United Kingdom, the larger budget of World Shut Your Mouth allowed for international travel and filming, and many of the stunts took place at, or near, major international landmarks.
A Mouthful of Sky was the first serial in English to be produced in India. Aired on the state-owned Doordarshan TV channel and based on the script by Ashok Banker, the serial deals with the lives, loves, ideals and aspirations of the post-independence generation of Indians, people in their mid-thirties who straddle the twin worlds of conventional Indian society as well as the urban westernized ethos.
Word of Mouth is hosted by culinary expert Sandy Daza, restaurateur and Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist. It is co-hosted by Teacher Patty Loanzon, a culinary school chef instructor and a high school teacher. Word of Mouth is a food show produced by Epicurio, Inc.