A guy looking for a place to stay gets a lot more than he bargained for when he finds himself living with a sexy stripper in this drama. After his girlfriend gives him his walking papers, Joe (Jason Schnuit), a naive young man from the Midwest, moves to Los Angeles with plans of attending film school. Life in the big city proves to be a bit more than Joe can handle, and he’s soon penniless, with no place to stay. Tina (Brande Roderick), a woman trying to make it as an actress, meets Joe and decides that the poor guy needs a break, so she lets him stay at her apartment. Joe soon discovers that Tina pays the bills with a job as an exotic dancer at a steamy night spot called Club Wild Side. Before long, Joe gets to be close — make that very close — friends with Tina, as well as a number of her fellow strippers.
Norwegian sitcom about life on an idyllic street in Granli Norway, where the fences are low and neighborly relations close. Here we meet the residents who struggle with life's challenges big and small, trials all of us can relate to.
Avrupa Yakası (eng. The European Side) was a popular Turkish sitcom created and written by Gülse Birsel and produced by Sinan Çetin which aired on ATV Turkey from January 11, 2004 to June 24, 2009. It was recorded in Plato Film studios in Nişantaşı district of Istanbul. The series was not adapted from any foreign TV series, so Avrupa Yakası is utterly original.
East Side/West Side is an American drama series starring George C. Scott, Elizabeth Wilson, Cicely Tyson, and later on, Linden Chiles. The series aired for only one season and was shown Monday nights on CBS. TV Guide ranked it #6 on their 2013 list of 60 shows that were "Cancelled Too Soon".
The story of Kunaal Roy Kapur, aka the older brother of heartthrob actor Aditya Roy Kapur and younger brother of producer par excellence Siddharth Roy Kapur. Kunaal is the picture perfect side hero in both his reel life and real life too. When an ambitious passion project finds no takers and results in Kunaal losing his only worldly possession, a family house, he finds shelter with his new manager Beera, the most successful manager for animal actors in Bollywood.
315 Production – a newly set up small talent agency – has assembled a group of aspiring male idols from various occupational fields. They include a former lawyer, a former doctor, former pilot and so on… Even though everyone hails from different backgrounds, they share a common dream: to be the top idol. And so, the stories of these male idols at 315 Production take centre stage…
Side Order of Life is a dramatic television series broadcast by Lifetime on Sunday night. In its first five weeks it aired at 8:00pm ET/PT, then switched to the 9:00pm time slot. Marisa Coughlan plays Jenny McIntyre, a photographer who reconsiders her life and is reawakened to her options after her best friend, Vivy Porter, is diagnosed with a recurrence of cancer. Jason Priestley returns to regular series television as Ian Denison, Jenny's fiancé. Christopher Gartin rounds out the main case as Jenny's boss Rick Purdy at the fictional In Person magazine; he is in love with Vivy, who has rejected him. Lifetime broadcast Side Order of Life with State of Mind and Army Wives in an effort to offer a night of new original programming aimed primarily at female viewers during the summer hiatus. Side Order of Life premiered on Lifetime on July 15, 2007. Initial reviews were positive, with Variety.com's Brian Lowry saying, "writer-producer Margaret Nagle brings a level of wit to the proceedings superior to most chick-lit-inspired TV drama." The Seattle Times, after describing the premise, said, "If this all sounds kind of corny, well, it kind of is until you realize the story line hits its mark, making you recall your own missteps and regrets for not having taken better charge."
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Side by Side is a British sitcom starring Gareth Hunt and Louisa Rix that was broadcast for two series from 1992 to 1993. It was written by Richard Ommanney, who had also written Three Up, Two Down.