People of a village go on a trip to their neighbouring village to offer a goat as a sacrifice with a newlywed couple. On a remote thoroughfare, there is an accident and a local is found dead. What happens next?
Manu was a French animated TV series, based on comic books by cartoonist Frank Margerin. It premiered in 1991 and was about a teenager 'Manu' and situations in his own life, with the rest of his family and his friend Robert. It used to air in the UK on the now defunct Children's Channel. It was produced by the French animation studio "Jingle", and the French and defunct network La Cinq.
Manu Rere is a weekly New Zealand television educational show hosted by Kaa Williams.
Mondo Manu is a five to ten-minute educational television show for children produced by Associated Broadcasting Company and Nation Broadcasting Corporation and broadcast on AksyonTV. Hosted by Manu Sandejas, the show focuses on topics related to nature and animal species of the Philippines and other parts of the world. It also features some of the interactive projects related to the environment. The show debuted August 8, 2011. In 2013, Mondo Manu is now also aired and premieres last February 2013 on TV5
Owner's Manual is an American reality television series that airs on AMC and premiered on August 15, 2013. Announced in November 2012, the series' first season consists of eight, half-hour episodes. Owner's Manual tests whether it is best to read the included owner’s manual or not by representing each side of the divide in a weekly challenge. Ed Sanders and Marcus Hunt attempt to operate machinery and technology each week with one man working strictly from the manual and the other using his instincts.
A story about the life of Maximiliane Irene von Quindt based on a classic novel by Christine Bruckner .
Manuel Rodríguez is a Chilean telenovela broadcast in Chilevisión, based on the Chilean guerrilla Manuel Rodríguez Erdoiza. It was first aired on March 15, 2010.
The Herbalist's Manual is a Hong Kong television series released overseas in May 2005 and broadcast on TVB Jade channel in November 2005. The series focuses on the greatest physician and pharmacologist in Chinese history, Li Shizhen and his herbalist manual, Bencao Gangmu.
Mati O Manush, originally called Amar Desh, was a pioneering television programme in Bangladesh Television. The programme started in the mid-1980s and focused on the agricultural sector of Bangladesh. The show was jointly hosted by Rezaul Karim Siddique and Shykh Seraj. Rezaul Karim Siddique was involved in this program on January 1983. In 1985, the show's title was changed from Amar Desh to Mati O Manush. At that time, the producer, Alimuzzaman, picked Shykh Siraj as another anchor in this program. Seraj left in 1996. Dewan Siraz was made Siddique's co-anchor of this program until he left Bangladesh for overseas job. Shykh Seraj started a new programme at Channel i named Hridoye Mati O Manush. Mati O Manush is the most popular and oldest program of Bangladesh Television. Afterwards, most Bangladesh TV channels produced a program about agriculture that was based on the Mati O Manush model. The program made agriculture a more prestigious profession in Bangladesh.
7 Human soap opera soap opera production SinemArt Tigers are aired by RCTI . This soap opera adaptation of the novel series The Seven Human Tigers Boesje Motinggo work . In 1986 , the first volume of the novel has been adapted into a film 7 Human Tigers .
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide is an American live actions
The Girl's Guide to Depravity is a comedy/drama series based on Heather Rutman's popular book and blog of the same name. The show debuted in the US on Cinemax in February of 2012, and has aired internationally in Latin America, Spain, Canada, and Japan.
This three part French TV serial for children (alternate versions exist as a feature, Manoel’s Destinies, and a 4 part Portuguese TV serial, Adventure in Madeira) is the favourite of many devotees of Raúl Ruiz. This is because it ties the enchantment and mystery of Lewis Carroll, Carlo Collodi and the Brothers Grimm to the filmmaker’s experiments with narrative strategies and what he calls the pentaludic model of storytelling (where characters are thrown dice-like into combinations and situations governed by the play of Chance and Destiny).
Past and present intertwine when an archaeologist and her husband find a mysterious child on the banks of the Nile and adopt him. But the more they learn about the lost tomb of Pharaoh Mamose, the more Hapi, the little child, is plagued by frightening visions. Soon it is clear that powerful forces are trying to prevent the couple from finding the tomb.