A young professional woman (Simpson) unwittingly becomes the pawn of two business executives in their bid to oust the head of a mega-conglomerate.
A four-part miniseries focusing on the Watergate coverup based on the memoirs of former White House counsel John Dean and his wife Maureen.
The historical romantic comedy follows 17-year-old high schooler Sagara Yoshiharu who one day time-travels to the Sengoku period, where all the major Samurai lords are cute girls. Yoshiharu meets Oda Nobuna, the girl counterpart of Oda Nobunaga, and begins to serve her as a substitute of Kinoshita Toukichirou, who has been dead in the world.
King of Ambition is a 2013 South Korean television series, starring Kwon Sang-woo, Soo Ae, U-Know Yunho, Kim Sung-ryung, and Go Joon-hee. It aired on SBS from January 14 to April 2, 2013 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 24 episodes. Based on Park In-kwon's manhwa of the same title, the same source material as Daemul, the drama tells the tale of an ambitious woman born into poverty who will let nothing stand in her way as she tries to become the First Lady, and a hopeless romantic who will sacrifice anything for her. But when she betrays him, he takes his revenge.
Veiled Ambition is a 1-part documentary created by Rebel Films for the SBS independent network following a Lebanese-Australian woman named Frida as she opens a shop selling fashionable clothing for Muslim women on Melbourne's Sydney Road. The documentary follows Frida, described as a "little aussie battler in a scarf" as she develops her business in Melbourne while juggling a husband and home in Sydney and a pregnancy. A down-turn in sales after police raids on Muslim homes in Sydney and Melbourne induces Frida to stage a fashion show at the Australian Bridal Expo in order to gain greater exposure, a month before she is due to give birth. Veiled Ambition won the Palace Films Award for Short Film Promoting Human Rights at the 2006 Melbourne International Film Festival.
Towering Ambitions: Dan Cruickshank at Ground Zero is a 2003 BBC documentary film in which art historian and television presenter Dan Cruickshank tells the story of the architectural competition to rebuild Ground Zero following the 9/11 attacks, which The New Yorker architecture critic Paul Goldberger describes as "the architectural commission of a lifetime."