During the Christmas season, two sisters throw a house party, unaware that a deadly invader will be crashing the proceedings.
Did you know that during conversation, 60 to 90 percent of all communication is done through body language? Former counterintelligence operative Van Ritch understands this from professional experience, and in this revealing video production from Paladin Press, he will show you how to better understand what people are saying to you with their behavior to get to this unspoken truth.
Every second of every day, millions of Americans are caught on CCTV. Most of them are honest citizens going about their everyday lives. But a few are guilty of unspeakable crimes. See no Evil is a ground breaking new series about how real crimes are solved with the help of surveillance cameras. Police reveal how CCTV footage has unlocked the answer to cases that otherwise might have remained unsolved- leaving dangerous killers at large. The series features real footage and dramatic reconstruction, combined with first-hand testimony from police, witnesses, and families.
The story of David Hobbs, who has spent the last decade playing the perfect father on one of TV’s biggest sitcoms. But when the series ends and his wife resumes her own television career, he finds himself cast in his most challenging role to date: handling the day-to-day needs of three kids who've grown accustomed to not having him around. David soon learns that playing a dad on TV is child’s play compared to the real thing.
Zur See is a German television series.
See you, See me is an Educational programme set in Scotland. It aired on BBC2 for several series between 1993 and 2005. The equivalent programme broadcast from London was Zig Zag, as both series focused on the 7 - 9 age group. Some early episodes were 15 minutes in length, while most programmes were 20 minutes. Grant Stott and Wilma Kennedy were the presenters from the beginning until the 2000s. Three series involved exploring Scottish Physical Features which saw the arrival of Goggs the Alien and Tess McCalli. Tess had a call from an American man called Mr Penneny who lived in New York. Mr Penneny wanted to find out about the Central Lowlands where See you, See me is filmed. Series 4 was Aired in 2005 and starred Katrina Bryan and Gavin Mitchell. The latest series was presented by James MacKenzie who explored the geography and the history of Scotland.
The music show filled with mysteries and shocking moments is back! Guest celebrities must correctly guess a real singer, based on appearance and a few hints only, among the group of people who are pretending to be a singer. A fake singer who last till the end gets 5000 dollars whereas a real singer who survives gets a precious opportunity to have their own album released.
A struggling performer, working as a stunt woman finds her taking up another person’s identity and being married off to a playboy hotel heir. Kaimook's mother needs money so she went to borrow money from this lady's who has a daughter. The daughter was supposed to marry Keerin but she already had a boyfriend and did not want to marry him. After that the Lady wants Kaimook to work at the house as a servant. one day Kaimook was working at the house, both the mother and daughter were out, Kaimook tried on a dress and Keerin was there to see his wife-to-be. He mistook Kaimook for his fiance and he liked her. After that, he is ok with marrying and the Lady asks Kaimook to marry Keerin in her daughter's place. Kaimook did, married life was hard because Keerin's mother really hate her. She is trying her best but Keerin is starting to fall in love with Kaimook. Kaimook's real mother is Joojin, a Korean famous actress, and her father is a Thai musician. What will happen, can Kaimook win over Keerin's mum, and what will she do when her parents are not her real parents?
Let's See is an American Game Show that aired on the ABC Network on Thursday nights fron July 14, 1955 to August 25, 1955.
Let's See was a Canadian television series broadcast on CBC Television between September 6, 1952 to July 4, 1953. The segment, which had a running time of 15 minutes, was a puppet show with a character named Uncle Chichimus, which presented each evening's schedule as well as the weather forecast. Percy Saltzman was host and Larry D. Mann was a regular. The show was produced by Norman Campbell, Franz Kraemer, Norman Jewison, and Don Brown. Joan Hughes was the script assistant.
The programme focuses on the British and the worldwide deaf community and covers a broad range of topics from areas such as education, deaf people's rights, technology and language. The programme is presented entirely in BSL and is broadcast with voice-over and subtitles in English throughout the programme.
Studio See was a magazine style children's TV show aimed at children 10–15 years old that aired from January 1977 to August 1979 on PBS, with reruns continuing through the early 1980s. Created by Jayne Adair, Studio See was produced by South Carolina ETV and shot mainly on location nationwide, generally with the help of other PBS member stations.
Now You See It was a Scottish television game show that aired mostly in Scotland throughout its run. It was shown to a lesser degree across some of the ITV Network. It was based upon the U.S. version of the show.
Follow comedian Rob Huebel as he takes a different celebrity friend on a hilarious adventure to find a dead body...and then maybe get tacos or something.