This is the story of young Tony Cannelloni as he attempts to break away from his overbearing mom and strike out on his own. He sets himself up with a new apartment, look, and lifestyle to improve his "sex appeal". Through a series of encounters with a variety of women he gets ever closer to achieving his goal. However, a never-ending series of calamities always seem to interrupt his progress.
This documentary program takes an in-depth look at the scientific side of human sexuality and attraction, examining biological concepts and the opinions of experts in order to greater understand the roles that hormones, evolution, and genetics have in determining issues of flirting, love, and passion.
Huihua, a music school freshman, is raped by Professor Lee. She files a suit against him with the help of another professor, who involves his attorney friend, Fang Anyu. As the film focuses on the secondary abuse inflicted on Huihua, it narrows in on the characters’ inner lives. Why does Fang Anyu defend Huihua while his marriage crumbles? Why does attorney Lin so actively defend her husband? Above all, Huihua’s complex psyche is evident in the words, "I may have loved Professor Lee," changes the film into something beyond a simple courtroom drama.
Brian Banks was a star football player with NFL aspirations before he was wrongfully convicted. He spent five years behind bars until he was fully exonerated a decade later. Final Appeal will follow Brian along with former prosecutor, Loni Coombs, as they attempt to unravel details of criminal cases where the defendants claim to have been wrongfully convicted. The series will expose viewers to a thrilling whodunit mystery as the puzzling cases unfold and potentially reveal new information that could change the fates of the suspected criminals.
Sox Appeal is a reality television series that premiered August 1, 2007 on NESN and ended in 2008. It is a Boston Red Sox themed dating game show that follows a man or woman during three, two-inning long blind dates that take place over the course of a Red Sox game. During the seventh inning stretch, the fan chooses the date he/she wants to continue dating. The date, however, can choose not to continue the date. The series is a collaboration between NESN and Scout Productions, producers of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. The music was composed by Dow Brain and Brad Young of Underground Productions, Inc. The series premiere featured Garrett Lucash, a former national champion pairs skater. The second season premiered on August 3, 2008. For the second season, former New England Patriots player Larry Izzo has been added as the host of a post-date interview segment. Also, a "Daters' Dugout" was added in the second season, where the competing daters must stand next to each other during the game in Fenway Park’s right field roof deck standing room section to strategize and challenge each other.
Curb Appeal is a half-hour TV series that has aired on HGTV in the United States from 2002 to the present, exploring how a house's outside "curb appeal" will be updated. Various hosts over the years, talk the viewer through the planned improvements. Originally the new look was imagined by drawing the proposed changes over a still picture of the exterior but now computer-generated visualizations are created. Changes include painting, landscaping, and fences, as well as pruning or removing overgrown shrubs, and sometimes cutting down good trees. John Gidding is now the only host and more recent episodes involve multiple homes in an San Francisco Bay Area block, and are titled Curb Appeal. There has also been at least one hour-long Christmas special titled A Very Merry Curb Appeal, with two homes adorned with Christmas decorations.
STV Appeal is a Scottish charity appeal organised by STV and The Hunter Foundation, in aid of the STV Charitable Trust. An annual venture, the STV Appeal is committed to providing support across a wide range of issues affecting Scotland, and in its first year the charity's work was focused on supporting children and young people affected by poverty. Working closely with six major Scottish charities, each of them well-established experts in the area of child poverty, STV Appeal helps local projects all over the country who work hard to support children at risk of poverty. In addition to raising essential funds, STV Appeal 2011 focused on raising awareness, challenging stereotypes and bringing attention to the real extent of child poverty in Scotland, aiming to tackle both the causes and effects of poverty and disadvantage.