Two enemy underworld Dons put their differences aside and marry their children, but a case of mistaken identity foils the plan.
As a U.S. Deputy Marshal, based on Miami, Florida's Gold Coast, Karen must deal with the underbelly of South Beach nightlife and Palm Beach high life while tracking down fugitives. She also struggles to win the respect of her fellow officers. Karen occasionally gets advice from her father, a retired Miami police officer turned private investigator, who is Karen’s confidant, counselor, and confessor.
Karen is one of three NBC sitcoms set in a California apartment complex located at 90 Bristol Court. It stars Debbie Watson in the title role of 16-year-old Karen Scott, and Gina Gillespie as the tomboyish little sister Mimi.
Karen is an American sitcom starring Karen Valentine that aired on ABC from January to May 1975. A mid-season replacement, Karen was canceled due to low ratings.
Judge Karen is an American arbitration-based reality court show that aired in first-run syndication and debuted on September 8, 2008 in 48 of the top 50 U.S. markets. As with other court shows, such as The People's Court and Judge Judy, a retired real-life judge presides over small claims court cases. On this show, the judge is Karen Mills-Francis, an American woman twice elected Miami-Dade County Court judge, who claims that "justice isn't always black and white". She did not wear the traditional black robe, but instead a burgundy one. The introductory sequence showed her presiding over cases, with the announcer saying "She's tough, she's fair, and she cares". The show was produced and distributed by Sony Pictures Television. To distinguish itself from other shows in the crowded field, Judge Karen permitted litigants to cross-examine witnesses, with a segment at the end in which Mills-Francis answers videotaped questions from viewers. This segment was entitled "Ask Judge Karen" It was announced on January 10, 2009 that Judge Karen would not be renewed for a second season. At present, reruns are being televised on the BET Network and TV One network.
They're cute, adorable and three of the most powerful Espers the world has ever seen: Kaoru, the brash psychokinetic who can move objects with her mind; Shiho, the sarcastic and dark natured psychometric able to pick thoughts from people's minds and read the pasts of inanimate objects like a book; and Aoi, the most collected and rational of the three, who has the ability to teleport herself and the others at will. So what to do with these potential psychic monsters in the making? Enter B.A.B.E.L., the Base of Backing ESP Laboratory, where hopefully "The Children" and others like them can become part of the answer to an increasing wave of psychic evolution. It's a win-win solution... Unless you're Koichi Minamoto, the overworked young man stuck with the unenviable task of field commanding a team of three pre-teen girls!
The life journey of Karenjit Kaur, showcasing her beginnings as an innocent, how she became India’s most googled celebrity, and everything which followed in between.
The Karen Dunbar Show was a television comedy sketch show that aired on BBC One Scotland, starring the popular Scottish comedian Karen Dunbar. It was produced by BBC Scotland. To date, there have been three series of 6 episodes each and one, the 2006 series, consisting of four. Directors included Ron Bain and Iain Davidson. Many writers contributed to the series, including: Gordon Robertson, Graeme Sutherland and Ben Verth. The original theme tune which was used on Series 3, has a similar sound to the David Essex classic Hold Me Close. There were many recurring characters, such as: From series 1: Shoeless Josie; a blonde drunkard, often seen carrying a bag of chips. Almost Angelic; a Pub 'n' Club duo from Ayrshire, consisting of Angela Silvery and her tolerant husband Ricky. Series 1: 9 January 2003 to 12 February 2003. Series 2: 20 February 2004 to 26 March 2004. Series 3: 2005 to 2005. Series 4: 17 March 2006 to 7 April 2006.
The Karen Carpenter Story is an American TV movie that aired on CBS on January 1, 1989, about singer Karen Carpenter, and of the brother-and-sister pop music duo of which she was a part, The Carpenters. The film starred Cynthia Gibb as Karen Carpenter, and Mitchell Anderson as her brother, Richard Carpenter. It was directed by Joseph Sargent. Richard Carpenter served as a producer for the film as well as of the musical score.
Karen's Song is an American situation comedy television series starring Patty Duke. The series premiered July 18, 1987 on Fox.
Touch Me, I'm Karen Taylor is a British television sketch comedy show written and performed by BAFTA Award-winning comedian Karen Taylor and produced by Avalon Productions. The genre of the show focuses largely on sex and contains much innuendo. The title animation was created by Joanna Davidovich. According to Taylor's MySpace, the BBC have decided against creating another series. A German version of the series, called Ich Bin Boes, starring Mirja Boes, was produced by RTL in 2008
A miniseries based on the novel by Leo Tolstoi.
Anna Karenina was a 1977 BBC television adaptation of Tolstoy's novel.
Anna and Kitty. Two lives. One of desperate passion that ends in tragedy, the other, an existence made real through love. Two destinies that interweave, giving rise to two, so very different stories, yet lived in pursuit of the same desire- to find a love that lets them fully be themselves, to live without having to conform to society’s pretenses.
Anna Karenina is a Philippine drama series produced by VIVA Television and GMA Network starring Antoinette Taus, Sunshine Dizon, Kim delos Santos and Tanya Garcia. It is a story of four girls with the same name, and a mother searching for her daughter, which is the true Anna Karenina. Antoinette Taus who plays Anna Karenina "Anna" Serrano was the missing Anna Karenina in the story, despite leaving the show in 2000.
Anna Karenina was a four-part British television adaptation of Tolstoy's novel. It was directed in 2000 by David Blair and aired in America on PBS Masterpiece Theatre in 2001. It starred Helen McCrory as Anna, Stephen Dillane as Karenin, and Kevin McKidd as Vronsky.