During a hot and hazy summertime in northern Ontario, 13-year-old Bea wants a best friend more than anything else, but when she meets boisterous Kate, she gets more than she imagined. A story of bravery, small-town summer love, and the secret world of girls.
The Other Side of Porcupine Lake follows Ingrid Veninger as she makes her sixth feature film, Porcupine Lake. From writing and casting through production and post, this documentary utilizes an observational style to reveal the intimate process of making an original female-driven feature film
The Royal Ballet's Swan Lake was broadcast on Christmas Day 2018 at 7pm GMT. The production - choreographed by Liam Scarlett and designed by John Macfarlane - was captured at the Royal Opera House in June 2018 and stars Marianela Nuñez as swan princess Odette and black swan Odile and Vadim Muntagirov as Prince Siegfried. Tchaikovsky's memorable score is conducted by Koen Kessels. It was acclaimed by audiences and press alike.
A woman haunted by her past, Detective Robin Griffin, investigates complex and unsettling cases.
A deathbed confession made by a lighthouse keeper in the 1890s leads Kevin Dykstra and his team to believe there is Civil War gold to be found in Michigan.
Wolf Lake is an American television series that originally aired on CBS. Wolf Lake follows a pack of werewolves living in a Seattle suburb. The first 5 episodes aired on CBS, but due to low ratings CBS cancelled it. A total of nine aired episodes and a non-aired pilot were made before the show was cancelled. UPN acquired the rights and re-aired the entire show. ITV bought the rights to show the series in the United Kingdom and the SCI FI Channel bought the rights to show the series in the United States. Ran Galor's song "Quiet the Night" was the theme song. There was an unaired pilot to the series that would have taken the storyline in a very different direction. Wolf Lake: The Complete Series is available on DVD.
An unsettling chain of events are set into motion when a group of young friends an visit an abandoned ski resort in the far reaches of Sweden. The remote and neglected Black Lake has been closed for years when Johan invites his friends to stay there. He dreams of reopening the isolated hotel and restoring it to a luxury ski resort, but what begins as a fun research trip soon takes a sinister turn as the group is gripped by a series of unexplained and disturbing events. They soon uncover the real reason Black Lake was abandoned all those years before, and solving the mystery rapidly becomes a matter of life and death.
Follow along as a handful of survivalist battle brutal weather and living conditions on Great Slave Lake.
Homicide Detective Lise returns to her hometown for the first time since a local tragedy shattered her teens. Tragedy strikes again when a teenage girl vanishes under circumstances that mirror the disappearance of Lise's two best friends, Ana and Marion, fifteen years earlier: an unsolved case. Convinced there is a connection, Lise is determined to find the missing girl and answers to the past.
Big Lake is an American comedy television series on Comedy Central that debuted on August 17, 2010, and ran for one season. The series was picked up using a similar model as Tyler Perry's House of Payne and Meet The Browns with an initial 10 episode order by Comedy Central, with an option to pick up the series for an additional 90 episodes, to have 100 episodes available for syndication. The deal was not picked up after Comedy Central passed on a second season.
Lake Success is an idyllic location on which a fabulously wealthy family lives. However, all is not well in the family, with illicit sexual affairs, power struggles, and a whole lot more going on behind the scenes.
Ricki Lake is a daytime tabloid talk show hosted by American actress Ricki Lake. The series debuted in syndication on September 13, 1993 and ended first-run episodes on May 21, 2004, though the series continued in reruns through the summer until August 27, 2004.
Mosquito Lake was a short-lived Canadian television sitcom, which aired on CBC Television in the 1989-90 television season. The show, a family sitcom, starred comedian Mike MacDonald as the father of a family spending the summer in a dilapidated cottage on Mosquito Lake. The cast also included Mary Long, Tara Strong, Maria Vacratsis, Bradley Machry and Dan Redican. The show was created by Paul Willis. The show was cancelled after 19 episodes. Reruns of the series, including the remaining unaired episodes aired on CBC in the early summer of 1991.
The Lake is an original drama web-series that premiered on TheWB.com on August 10, 2009. From executive producer Jordan Levin and executive producer/director Jason Priestley, The Lake follows four families as they spend their summer vacation around the fictional Lake Eleanor.
Adams of Eagle Lake is an American hour-long police series that aired on ABC in 1975. Andy Griffith starred as Sheriff Sam Adams and the episodes presented his attempts to maintain the law in a small resort town. Despite a strong cast, including veteran TV actress Abby Dalton, the show lasted for only two episodes.
Lake Erie borders four states and parts of Canada and is home to some of the darkest and deadliest murder cases. The Lake Erie Murders will bring you to the edge of the water as we dive into the 1989 kidnapping and murder of 10-year-old Amy Mihaljevic, one of America's most notorious mysteries, along with other tales of Lake Erie's other haunting mysteries.
The Ricki Lake Show is an American first-run syndicated talk show hosted by Ricki Lake. The series also marked her return to talk television after leaving the genre in 2004. After several years of considering coming back to daytime with a new talk show, Lake signed on as both host and producer with 20th Television for this project, which debuted in United States and Canada on September 10, 2012, and began taping the episodes on July 25, 2012, at the Culver Studios. The show is co-produced by both Twentieth Television and Monet Lane Productions.
Who Killed Lake Erie is a two and a half hour television documentary that aired on NBC in September 1969.