A search for a lost street girl in midst of exposés of modern sexual behaviour in Bombay and a water mafia in the city, this is a real 'split wide open' of the Indian glamour capital.
Open Air was BBC1's flagship programme for their new daytime service which began on 27 October 1986. It discussed all aspects of television and also tried to answer any questions which viewers had.
Open All Hours is a BBC sitcom written by Roy Clarke and starring Ronnie Barker as a miserly shop keeper and David Jason as his put-upon nephew who works as his errand boy. It ran for 26 episodes in four series, which premiered in 1976, 1981, 1982 and 1985 respectively. The programme developed from a television pilot broadcast in Barker's comedy anthology series, Seven of One. Open All Hours ranked eighth in the 2004 Britain's Best Sitcom poll.
Still Open All Hours is a sitcom set in a grocer's shop. It is a sequel to the series Open All Hours, written by original series writer Roy Clarke and featuring several of the permanent cast members of the original series
Otvorena vrata, is a Serbian comedy television series filmed in 1994-1995. Broadcast on state television RTS, it ran for 2 seasons featuring a regular family living in Belgrade during the 1990s. The show was created by Biljana Srbljanović and Miloš Radović, starring Vesna Trivalić, Milan Gutović, Bogdan Diklić, Nikola Đuričko, Sofija Jović, Bojana Maljević, Olivera Marković and Zoran Cvijanović, with guest stars such as: Mirjana Karanović, Nikola Simić, Seka Sablić, Branka Katić, Mira Stupica. The show had many reruns over the following years, and acquired a cult following. In spring of 2012, after the Serbian presidential election results were announced, Bojana Maljević announced on her Twitter account that she and Biljana Srbljanović were thinking about doing another season of the show. In the following days the idea of the third season was officially confirmed and members of the original cast started announcing that they would take part in the project.
The biggest names in Australian comedy are joining forces with a group of rising new stars for Open Slather, Foxtel’s highly anticipated, original production. Creating a comedy ‘hot pot’, Open Slather casts a satirical eye across the pop culture landscape and combines the talents of comedy legends who have made us laugh for years, (Glenn Robbins, Magda Szubanski, Shane Jacobson, Marg Downey, Gina Riley, Stephen Curry, Michael Veitch and Jane Turner) with 12 rising stars including Ben Gerrard, Ben Lomas, Dave Eastgate, Demi Lardner, Emily Taheny, George H. Xanthis, Hannah Bath, Holly Austin, Ilai Swindells, Jay K Cagatay, Laura Hughes and Miles O’Neil. Filmed in Melbourne, Open Slather will be a no holds barred send up of popular culture, politics, sport, music and media – all the things that capture the imagination of the public and get people laughing.
The project participants will be young (and not only), unknown to anyone stand-up comedians who will fight for the opportunity to get into the main part of one of the most popular comedy shows in Russia - Stand Up on TNT.
Ride along as part of the crew and witness the campers’ journey across Washington State as these inspired teenagers experience raw nature for the first time, learn to work together like a family and discover the art of filmmaking while exploring the depths of who they truly are.
Open House is an American sitcom that aired on Fox from August 27, 1989 to July 21, 1990. The series is a spin-off of the Fox series Duet. Despite airing right after the Top 50 hit Married...with Children on Sundays, the series attracted low ratings, thus Fox canceled the show after 24 episodes.
Open House was a 1952 Canadian television series which presented segments of interest to women, including cooking, fabrics, interior design, exercise, fashion, books and current events. The show was originally hosted by Corinne Conley. Later, the show was co-hosted by a male/female couple including Anna Cameron and Fred Davis were the television couple, and their place was taken, starting in 1960, by Gwen Grant and Max Ferguson.
Open Bar is a gay-themed reality television series. The six episode series follows Tyler Robuck through the planning, construction and opening of a gay bar called iCandy in West Hollywood, California. It also touches on the issues Robuck faced during his coming out process and trying to find a romantic relationship. Open Bar premiered on Logo on August 22, 2005, one of the first original series aired by the channel. Open Bar is available for download from the iTunes Store.
Open House was a 1964 BBC TV series presented by Gay Byrne, Peter Haigh and Robert Robinson.
Open Homes is a Canadian home improvement television show, unique in that it helps people prepare their homes for sale on the open market. The series airs in Canada on Prime on Friday evenings at 11 p.m. EST, and also on W through the weekend day. The series was airing as of April 2004.
Open Gardens was a BBC Two gardening programme presented by plantswoman and writer Carol Klein. It was produced by Twofour and was aired in 2006 and again in 2007
Open Sesame is a children's television series composed solely of the skits and segments of the long-running American television series Sesame Street. While some countries air the American program in whole, and some create their own versions of the show, many more air this title of loosely associated skits, as Open Sesame. The name is a pun based on the magic words "Open sesame" which are used in the legend of Ali Baba.