Following their breakout success in England, flagship punk rock band the Sex Pistols venture out on their first U.S. tour. Temperamental bassist Sid Vicious takes his troubled girlfriend, Nancy Spungen, along for the ride. Along the way, the couple's turbulent relationship strains the patience of bandmate Johnny Rotten and manager Malcolm McLaren, while plunging Sid and Nancy into the depths of drug addiction and co-dependency.
Rivalries surface between two mysterious men when they find a fellow rock-climber slumped on a ledge.
Weeds is an American dark comedy-drama series created by Jenji Kohan. The central character is Nancy Botwin, a widowed mother of two boys who begins selling cannabis to support her family after her husband dies suddenly of a heart attack. Over the course of the show, she and her family become increasingly entangled in illegal activities.
It's a Living is an American sitcom set in a restaurant at the top of the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. The show aired on ABC from October 30, 1980 until June 11, 1982. After the series was cancelled, new episodes aired in first-run syndication from September 28, 1985 to April 8, 1989. The series was created by Stu Silver, Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon, and produced by Witt/Thomas Productions, later in association with Golden West Television and Lorimar-Telepictures.
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries is a television series which aired for three seasons on ABC. The series starred Parker Stevenson and Shaun Cassidy as amateur sleuth brothers Frank and Joe Hardy, respectively, and Pamela Sue Martin as girl detective Nancy Drew. The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries was unusual in that it often dealt with the characters individually, in an almost anthological style. That is, some episodes featured only the Hardy Boys and others only Nancy Drew.
Nancy is an American sitcom that aired on NBC during the 1970-1971 television season. The series stars Renne Jarrett in the title role.
Series about the life of Nancy Astor who was the first woman to take her seat in the House of Commons.
Meet Nancy Clancy, a high-spirited young girl whose imagination and enthusiasm for all that is exquisite transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary – from her vast vocabulary to her creative and elaborate attire.
Dr. Nancy was a program on MSNBC hosted by Dr. Nancy Snyderman. It aired weekdays at noon Eastern Time. The show launched on June 29, 2009, as part of a sweeping revamp of MSNBC's daytime weekday programs along with Morning Meeting with Dylan Ratigan, a revamp of the channel's graphics, and its launch in high definition. Topics on the show generally related to health and/or politics. Monica Novotny served as breaking news anchor during the show. On December 23, 2009, MSNBC announced that it cancelled the program due to low ratings. Its final broadcast appeared on December 17, 2009.
Nancy Grace is an American current affairs program hosted by legal commentator Nancy Grace that airs Sunday through Friday nights at 8PM eastern on HLN which mainly deals with current-day true crime cases with encore presentations Tuesday through Saturday at 1AM eastern.
Nancy Drew is a curious and fiercely independent 20-year old criminology student whose consummate passion is sloving mysteries.
Movin' with Nancy was a television special featuring Nancy Sinatra in a series of musical vignettes featuring herself and other artists. Produced by Nancy's production company, Boots Enterprises, Inc., and sponsored by Royal Crown Cola, the show was originally broadcast on the NBC television network on December 11, 1967. It produced a companion soundtrack album, and was later released on DVD.
Monumental celebrity stories are spotlighted.
The Nancy Walker Show is an American situation comedy which aired on ABC from September 30, 1976 until December 23, 1976. The series, produced by Norman Lear, was a starring vehicle provided to Nancy Walker after she gained a new-found television following as both maid Mildred on NBC's McMillan & Wife and as Ida Morgenstern, mother of Rhoda Morgenstern, on CBS' Rhoda; these roles had been preceded by a long, successful career in Broadway and movies.
Sewing with Nancy is an American television show about sewing, hosted by Nancy Zieman. It made its debut on the now-defunct Satellite Program Network in September 1982. Later the 1980s, September 1, 1982 PBS began airing the series, which is distributed by NETA. As of 2011, the show airs on 89% of Public Television stations in the United States. It is the longest-running sewing series in the history of North American television. Sewing with Nancy is co-produced by Wisconsin Public Television at Vilas Hall on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison. Zieman has Bell's palsy on one side of her face and talked about the condition on an episode in 2011.