A Cantonese street cook and his chief rival, a French-trained Michelin-starred chef, discover they have a lot in common as they prepare for a world-famous culinary competition. An international culinary competition becomes a battleground between rival cooks, one famous for his Cantonese street food and the other a Michelin-starred chef trained in France. But their rivalry takes an unexpected turn when they discover a common foe and combine their skills in a fusion of East and West.
The Storm is a 2009 American science fiction disaster miniseries directed by Bradford May. Based on a previous teleplay by Matthew Chernov and David Rosiak, it was written by David Abramowitz and Dennis A. Pratt and revolves around a weather creation system developed by the Atmospheric Research Institute that threatens life on Earth when deployed by the military. However, while scientist Dr. Jonathan Kirk, Danni Wilson, and detectives Devon Williams and Stilman attempt to save the world, the former is hunted by hitmen. The first part of the film was broadcast on the NBC network July 26, 2009. The second part was broadcast on August 2, 2009.
The Secret Storm is a soap opera which ran on CBS from February 1, 1954 to February 8, 1974. The series was created by Roy Winsor, who also created the long-running soap operas Search for Tomorrow and Love of Life. Gloria Monty of General Hospital fame was a longtime director of the series. Like most CBS Soap Operas of the time such as The Guiding Light and As the World Turns The Secret Storm was filmed, and later taped, in New York at the CBS Broadcast Center on West 52 Street.
Storm of the Century, alternatively known as Stephen King's Storm of the Century, is a 1999 horror TV miniseries written by Stephen King and directed by Craig R. Baxley. Unlike many other King mini-series, Storm of the Century was not based upon a Stephen King novel—King wrote it as a screenplay from the beginning. The screenplay was published in February 1999.
The adventures of Zak Storm - a headstrong and adventurous kid swept into the Bermuda Triangle while trying to win a surfing competition. Once inside, Zak partners up with a magical sword that allows him to transform into a swashbuckling, renegade hero to face the numerous perils of the unique and diverse Seven Seas of the Triangle.
Storm Hawks is an animated television series created by Asaph "Ace" Fipke and made by Nerd Corps Entertainment in conjunction and collaboration with Cartoon Network and YTV. It premiered on Cartoon Network on May 25, 2007. It started to air on YTV in September 2007. It started to air on Cartoon Network in the UK on August 6, 2007. In Poland, it started to air on Cartoon Network on November 10, 2007. Internationally, it first aired on ABC1 in Australia on February 26, 2008 and on Hero in the Philippines on March 12, 2008. The show also started airing in Singapore on okto, Bulgaria, Turkey, Portugal and Romania in 2008. Disney XD began airing the series on February 28, 2011.
Storm Chasers was an American documentary reality television series that premiered on October 17, 2007, on the Discovery Channel. Produced by Original Media, the program follows several teams of storm chasers as they attempt to intercept tornadoes in Tornado Alley in the United States. Season 5 commenced on September 25, 2011. The show was canceled by Discovery Communications on January 21, 2012.
The Gale Storm Show is an American sitcom starring Gale Storm. The series premiered on September 29, 1956, and ran until 1960 for 143 half-hour black-and-white episodes, initially on CBS and in its last year on ABC. The Gale Storm Show was co-produced by Independent Television Corporation and Hal Roach Studios. The series was aired under the title Oh, Susanna in syndication.
Tormenta en el Paraíso is a telenovela that was made by Televisa. This telenovela has a blend of new talents and with figures of extense experience in the television, and it began filming scenes in locations in the states of Quintana Roo and Veracruz on September 20, 2007. The telenovela is a production of Juan Osorio, premiered November 12 of 2007 in El Canal de las Estrellas.
Storm Riders is a reality television series which follows two meteorologists as they travel across the Great Plains of the United States in search of thunderstorms. Storm Riders is currently seen on The Weather Channel
Storm Damage is a 2000 British television drama film directed by Simon Cellan Jones, written by Lennie James, and starring Adrian Lester, Mona Hammond and Kate Ashfield. The film is about a young teacher who returns to the children’s care home where he grew up, and becomes involved with the lives of the troubled teenage children. It was broadcast by BBC Two on 23 January 2000.
When she is pregnant out of marriage, she will have to give her son to his older brother during birth. In the meantime, Meryem, the wife of Kudret, also gives birth. Kudret puts Ulfet's son next to his own child and says that the children are born twins. Years pass. These children are Sahin and Yusuf. Neither Neither nor Mary is aware of the facts, but Kudret does not know which is his son. Fikret Ana, who knows the living with all the facts, will be able to keep the secret that he has kept for years until when?
Oil Storm is a 2005 television docudrama portraying a future oil-shortage crisis in the United States, precipitated by a hurricane destroying key parts of the United States' oil infrastructure. The program was an attempt to depict what would happen if the highly oil-dependent country was suddenly faced with gasoline costing upwards of $7 to $8 per gallon. Directed by James Erskine and written by Erskine and Caroline Levy, it originally aired on FX Networks on 5 June 2005, at 8 p.m. ET. The crisis arises from a hurricane destroying an important pipeline at Port Fourchon in Louisiana, a tanker collision closing a busy port, terrorist attacks and tension with Saudi Arabia over the oil trade, and other fictional events. The program followed the lives of several people - the owners of a mom-and-pop convenience store, a paramedic, stock market and oil analysts, government officials, and others - and includes a substantial amount of human drama.
Forecast: cloudy with a 100% chance of deadly methane rain, winds gusting at 15 times the speed of sound. New series Storm Worlds unleashes the weirdest, deadliest extraterrestrial weather on planet Earth. With storms, floods and hurricanes seemingly becoming more common, we might think the climate on Earth is extreme - but it's nothing compared to the weather raging in outer space. Through dramatic recreations and stunning CGI Storm Worlds explores what would happen to our planet in the face of these violent storms as international scientists investigate how weather on our planet - past and present - may hold the clues to understanding these meteorological mysteries. In Deadly Dust, watch skylines disappear as a Martian dust-storm smothers our planet. Face terrifying winds 17 times the speed of sound from exo-planet HD 80606b as they pummel our planet's surface and vaporise our infrastructure in Alien Wind. Then witness a solar storm of almost apocalyptic proportions as it turns our modern technology into heaps of useless junk in Cosmic Fire.
Storm Stories is a non-fiction television series aired on The Weather Channel and Zone Reality hosted and narrated by meteorologist and Storm-Tracker Jim Cantore. Storm Stories showcases various types of severe weather, such as tornadoes, hurricanes, and blizzards. Each episode features a famous severe storm and had survivors sharing their experience during the storm. The program also featured real footage of the storm, but typically a re-enactment would be used because no footage is available. The videos would often play while the survivors offer their account of what is being shown. Often, TWC would air a special week dedicated to one specific type of storm. Storm Stories was produced by Towers Productions A syndicated version of Storm Stories is distributed by Litton Entertainment to television stations around the country. The syndicated Storm Stories includes co-branding opportunities for local stations to place local weather anchors and current news into the program. Some syndicated episodes never aired on The Weather Channel. In 2009, NBC Universal announced it would sell all of Litton's national ads for its syndicated shows, including Storm Stories.
The story centers on a family of priests: Johannes, Elisabeth and their sons August and Christian. Johannes is God-like to his sons - he gives, loves, and punishes. His favoritism for August and his disappointment with Christian forces both into making desperate choices in order to either gain his love or break free from him.
Five years after the Arab Spring, journalist Sinan Can investigates how the revolution has led from hope to chaos and struggle.