When Clara Brand discovers that her husband is cheating on her with her friend and colleague, she plots her revenge, all the while juggling new friendships, new romances and the rediscovery of her passion for food.
Treasure Island is a two-part British television miniseries adaptation of the novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. The screenplay was written by Stewart Harcourt, produced by Laurie Borg and directed by Steve Barron. It was made by BSkyB and first shown in the United Kingdom on Sky1 on 1 & 2 January 2012.
"Kvarteret Skatan" was a swedish comedy-series depicting a few characters living in a fictional block called Skatan(the magpie) in an unnamed suburb of Stockholm. Here we meet characters such as Paul and Tord, Horny Gun, Gert and the talibans Conny and Britt. It was aired between the years 2003 and 2006.
Skatoony is a children's live-action game show, pitting live-action kids against cartoons. The show is co-produced with Talent Television, Blink Studios, Marblemedia, Teletoon Productions, and Smiley Guy Studios, and is used to air on Cartoon Network in the UK. It is hosted by 'Chudd Chudders' and 'The Earl'.
The Legends Of Treasure Island is an animated cartoon from the UK that ran from 1993-1995. It had two series of 13 episodes each and each episode runs for 22–25 minutes. The series was loosely based on Robert Louis Stevenson's original story "Treasure Island". Featuring a mysterious and dark storyline, it incorporates magic and many new characters. Unlike the book and most adaptations Long John Silver is not an anti-hero with dubious morality but rather a straight villain. It was broadcast in the United Kingdom and in other countries throughout Europe and Latin America and was also aired in Australia. The programme was a FilmFair production for Central Independent Television, The Legends of Treasure Island, is owned by ITV PLC.
Skating with Celebrities was a celebrity reality television show that began airing on the Fox network on January 18, 2006. The show also aired in Australia on Network Ten in early 2006 and in New Zealand in October 2008. The show was the U.S. version of Dancing on Ice, which also aired in the U.K. during the same time period. Skating with Celebrities was met with far less success than the UK original and lasted only one season. The show was at the center of a controversy involving allegations that one of the competing couples, Lloyd Eisler and Kristy Swanson were involved in an extramarital affair. The duo defeated the team of television personality Jillian Barberie and U.S. pairs champion John Zimmerman to win the show's first, and only, championship. On March 2, 2006 production was cancelled and it was announced that the show would not return for a second season.
Sk8 is a half-hour teen drama that aired on NBC's TNBC Saturday morning programming block from October 6, 2001 to January 5, 2002 with 13 episodes produced. The show continued in reruns until TNBC's dissolution in September 2002. The series was co-created by Thomas W. Lynch, who also co-created Just Deal, TNBC's first single-camera format series, with Sk8 becoming the second series on the lineup to be shot in the same format.
The Skatebirds is a 60-minute show on CBS Saturday mornings from 1977–78, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. The Skatebirds lasted only a half-season in its original run from September 10, 1977 to January 28, 1978. In the fall of 1979, the show was cut down to a half-hour by removing The Robonic Stooges and Woofer And Whimper, Dog Detectives and broadcast on CBS Sunday mornings on and off until January 1981. In the late 1980s, a different shortened version of The Skatebirds was shown on USA Cartoon Express and later resurfaced on Cartoon Network and Boomerang.
Skate Nation is a British children's television programme presented by Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes broadcast by CBBC on BBC Two in 2009. It was an eleven-part series in which fourteen teams of roller skaters competed for a trip to the World Games in Taiwan. Each team consisted of three children aged 7 – 13 and an adult. The teams competed in one of two heats to reach the final ten, who attended a skate camp. From there eight team progressed to the studio shows, where each week one team was eliminated. Their performances in the stadium were judged by a panel consisting of Kevin Adams, Camilla Dallerup, and Asha Kirkby, as well as the studio audience. The two lowest-placed teams had to take part in the skate showdown, after which the judges voted to save one team. The eleventh show showed the series winners in Taiwan and also the Skate Nation "Oscars". This was broadcast some time after the original series in January 2010.
Skating's Next Star is a reality television show that began airing on the WE tv on April 26, 2006.
Skating on Thin Ice was a short-lived Australian celebrity reality television programme broadcast on the Nine Network in 2005. Hosted by Jamie Durie, nine celebrities learnt to skate with the ultimate goal being to perform with Disney on Ice, with proceeds going toward children's charity, CanTeen. The celebrities included: ⁕Deni Hines - singer ⁕Kim Kilbey - presenter ⁕Imogen Bailey - model ⁕James Blundell - singer ⁕Belinda Green - former beauty queen ⁕Regina Bird - Big Brother 3 winner ⁕Vince Sorrenti - comedian ⁕David Whitehill - presenter of Hot Source ⁕Peter Everett - presenter and home designer Nine revived the concept more successfully in 2006 as Torvill and Dean's Dancing on Ice, also hosted by Durie.
Skating with the Stars is an American reality TV show. The show featured celebrities paired with professionals from the world of figure skating. It was the second figure-skating based reality competition after Skating with Celebrities which aired on Fox in 2006. The show had a schedule similar to the first season of Dancing with the Stars with performance shows on Monday nights. On week 2, the pair with the lowest combined judges points and viewer votes were eliminated at the end of the show. All six episodes of the show were broadcast. The host is Vernon Kay and doing color commentary is retired Ice Dancer Tanith Belbin. The judges were Johnny Weir, Dick Button and Laurie Ann Gibson. The show was broadcast on ABC in the United States. Season one concluded on December 21, 2010. It was announced that the show would not return for a second season on January 10, 2011. Skating with the Stars was considered a flop by most ratings' pundits, noting that the ratings showed a steady decline from week 1 through week 6.