Jessica Olsen goes to Los Angeles with nothing more in mind that visiting her grandparents while her sister tries to meet Christopher Wilde. One night she meets Christopher Wilde. They go an an adventure around Los Angeles and start to like each other. When Jessica returns home, Christopher, on national TV, says he doesn't know her, and never met her.
Another serial killer is on the loose.
A screenwriter befriends a washed up teen idol.
A new-wave extravaganza in which a young woman wants to become the next big singer with the help of her friends and despite the wishes of her working class family.
Aspiring teen folk singer is torn whether to continue her singing or to accept an educational scholarship.
The story, set in the twenty-second century, follows the adventures of the McCallister family, owners of McCallister's Midway Inn, a hotel-restaurant-saloon on an orbiting way station somewhere between Earth and Pluto.
Nicole is an introverted Liverpudlian teenager, all but deserted by her parents, with a mother distractedly working nights and a father who has settled with a new family elsewhere. She spends time hanging around the gates of Anfield and the Melwood training ground, desperate for a glimpse of her idol, the star midfielder Lee Cassidy. She Meets aspirant WAG Jasmine, who is from an affluent family, more glamorous and streetwise, yet the girls' shared adoration to Cassidy lead them to bond instantly. They trawl the city and its nightspots, fantasizing about a time when they might have Lee for themselves, yet when the news breaks that the footballer is a transfer target for Real Madrid, they take drastic action to prevent him leaving.
StarStruck is a Philippine over-all talent competition airing on GMA Network. It debuted on October 27, 2003, and has since become one of the most popular shows on Philippine television. The program seeks to discover new celebrities in the country through a series of nationwide auditions. The Filipino public votes for the outcomes of the later stages through text voting and half of the results are from the judges. StarStruck became successful because it launched the career of some of the most sought-after Filipino celebrities that includes Jennylyn Mercado, Cristine Reyes, Marky Cielo, Mark Herras, Aljur Abrenica, Paulo Avelino, Bea Binene, Rocco Nacino, to name a few. Aside from producing well known celebrities, StarStruck also produces aspired beauty queens. Ailyn Luna, from second season, joined Binibining Pilipinas 2007 but unplaced; Rich Asuncion, who used the real name Richelle Angalot, joined Binibining Pilipinas 2009 and finished as the 1st runner up; Rhea Nakpil, from third season, joined Binibining Pilipinas 2013 and finished as semi-finalist . The most notable alumna is when Megan Young, the last 'avenger' from second season, made history when she was crowned as Miss World 2013 in Indonesia. Young is the first candidate from the Philippines to win the Miss World crown.
The third season of StarStruck premiered on December 5, 2005. The council was formed with Joey de Leon, Louie Ignacio, and Lorna Tolentino representing it. The show was co-hosted by Dingdong Dantes, Jolina Magdangal, and Raymond Gutierrez.
The first season of StarStruck premiered on October 27, 2003. The council was formed with Joey de Leon, Joyce Bernal, and Ida Henares representing it. The show was co-hosted by Dingdong Dantes and Nancy Castiglione.
The second season of StarStruck premiered on October 11, 2004. The council was formed with Joey de Leon, Louie Ignacio, and Christopher De Leon representing it. The show was co-hosted by Dingdong Dantes with the StarStruck Kids host, Jolina Magdangal.
The fourth season of StarStruck premiered on December 4, 2006. The council was formed with Lorna Tolentino, Louie Ignacio, and Douglas Quijano representing it. Quijano replaced Joey De Leon. The show was co-hosted by Dingdong Dantes, Jolina Magdangal, and Raymond Gutierrez.
StarStruck was an Australian talent show that was broadcast on the Nine Network between the years 2000 and 2002. The show was originally hosted by Jo Beth Taylor, who was replaced by Jay Laga'aia after the first series. The show resembled other talent shows such as New Faces in that it featured a number of musical acts who were rated by a panel of judges.
StarStruck was a short-lived 2005 Australian television series, that screened on the Nine Network. It was hosted by Larry Emdur and Catriona Rowntree. It was based on the successful Stars in Their Eyes in the United Kingdom. Contestants were introduced and then whisked away to be transformed into the star of their choice. They would emerge for their performance, supported by dancers, a choir and an orchestra. Contestants were judged on their performances by Doug Mulray and Vanessa Amorosi. The program debuted strongly winning the 7.30pm timeslot with an average of 1.58 million viewers across Australia.
StarsStruck Kids was the reality-based talent search show in the Philippines aired by GMA. It was the junior version of StarStruck.