Two high school students become stranded on a tropical island and must rely on each other for survival. They learn more about themselves and each other while falling in love.
The Awakening Land is a 1978 television miniseries based on Conrad Richter's trilogy of novels: The Trees; The Fields; and The Town. The series originally aired on NBC in three installments from February 19 to February 21, 1978 and stars Elizabeth Montgomery and Hal Holbrook.
An alcoholic former soap opera actress joins AA and tries to stay sober while dealing with an overbearing family and romantic entanglements.
Shehr-e-Zaat is a Pakistani drama based on a novel of the same name by Umera Ahmed. It is directed by Sarmad Sultan Khoosat, and was broadcast on Hum TV. It received a rating of 7.9trp. Owing to its popularity, a special transmission was held in Karachi and broadcast on Hum TV at the conclusion of the drama. Hum TV.
Omen IV: The Awakening is a 1991 made-for-television film that serves as the fourth and final addition to the original The Omen series, directed by Jorge Montesi and Dominique Othenin-Girard. This was intended to be the first of many televisual sequels to Twentieth Century Fox's film history of popular titles. Producer Harvey Bernhard, who produced the last three films, felt there could be more done to the series. This was the last film he has produced to date. He previously wrote the story for the second film and is the only time here he has cowritten a film.
The Awakening Story is a 2000 TVB drama series. The story mainly surrounds the main character waking from a 16-year coma after a car accident and how she deals with the changed world, and her husband's infidelity.
Rude Awakenings centres on two families who live next door to each other in a fashionable street in Ponsonby, a suburb of Auckland. The Rush family has just moved to their newly renovated house from a lifestyle block in Kumeu. They immediately hit a wrong chord with their new neighbours, the Short family.