Kanyakumari Express movie tells about an Assistant police commissioner Mohan Sanker (Suresh Gopi). He lost his wife and children in an accident and shifted his job to Crime Branch. He did this only to lead a calm life. Change in in his duty was welcomed by some politicians. But he was carrying his duty secretly that too without uniform.He even did research on temples of Kerala and Nanchinad. It was during this period his enemies began to die one by one. The Chief Minister (Jagathy Sreekumar) too misunderstood Mohan Sanker for the death of his enemies. There he started to investigate those murders.
Five Mile Creek is a western television drama series produced in Australia; starred Liz Burch, Louise Caire Clark, Rod Mullinar, Jay Kerr, Michael Caton, Peter Carroll, Gus Mercurio, Martin Lewis, Priscilla Weems and a young Nicole Kidman. Jonathan Frakes was a guest star as Maggie's estranged husband, Adam Scott. The series aired on the Disney Channel in the US in the 1980s.
The Young Riders was an American Western television series created by Ed Spielman that presents a fictionalized account of a group of young Pony Express riders based at the Sweetwater Station in the Nebraska Territory during the years leading up to the American Civil War. The series premiered on ABC on September 20, 1989 and ran for three seasons until the final episode aired on July 23, 1992.
Galaxy Express 999 is a manga written and drawn by Leiji Matsumoto, as well as various anime films and TV series based on it. It is set in a space-faring, high-tech future in which humans have learned how to transfer their minds into mechanical bodies, thus achieving practical immortality. The manga won the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen in 1978. The anime series won the Animage Anime Grand Prix prize in 1981. The number "999" in the title is pronounced "Three-Nine," as opposed to "Nine-Nine-Nine," "Nine Ninety-Nine" or "Nine Hundred Ninety-Nine." Matsumoto was inspired to create Galaxy Express 999 by the idea of a steam train running through the stars in the novel Night on the Galactic Railroad by Kenji Miyazawa.
A six-part French tv series first broadcast in 1979, each episode of Orient Express focuses on a different tale of a journey on the legendary train; each one is set between the outbreak of the First World War and the outbreak of the Second.
Time Express was a short-lived American fantasy TV series, broadcast April–May 1979 on CBS and later syndicated. The series was created by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts who had both previously been involved in the creation of Charlie's Angels. The series ran for only four episodes before being cancelled.
Peking Express is a Dutch/Flemish reality game show that follows a series of couples as they hitchhike to or from Beijing. The series has already gone through five seasons. In the Netherlands it is screened by Net 5 and in Belgium by VT4. A German version was shown in 2004. The concept has also been sold to Scandinavia where it was broadcast for the first time in the autumn of 2007. The Scandinavian version is shown on Kanal 5 in Sweden, TVNorge in Norway and Kanal 5 in Denmark. A French version named Pékin Express is screened by M6, with nine seasons aired by 2013. It can be seen on TV5 outside France. In Spain, the local version Pekín Express is shown on Cuatro, with four seasons by 2011. An Italian version has been produced in 2012 by RAI and shown on Rai 2 with success; a second season will be broadcast in 2013.
Children’s Express was a news agency reported and edited by children and teenagers between the ages of 8 and 18.
Pony Express is an American western television series about the adventures of an agent in the 1860s of the Central Overland Express Company, better known as the Pony Express. The half-hour program starring Grant Sullivan was created by California National Productions. Pony Express ran for thirty-five episodes in syndication from the fall of 1959 until the May 1960.
Shitsville Express is an Australian factual television series, produced by Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder Productions and broadcast in 2013 on ABC2. The six-part series examines political issues such as the explosion of alcohol fuelled violence, the gambling epidemic, substandard transport systems, the current housing crisis and the pros and cons of coal seam gas mining. Journalist Joe Hildebrand takes four budding politicians on a confronting and thought-provoking journey into some of Australia's thorniest issues. At the end, all four will put their ideas to a former Prime Minister who has dealt with many issues and who knows the difficulty of making change happen.
Express Yourself is a series of short segments, airing on the Disney Channel since 2001, in which stars from the channel's original series and movies express their feelings about various subjects. The segment often features stars talking about everyday subjects with a common theme, but some segments touch upon a major recent news event, such as the September 11 attacks in 2001, the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami in 2004, and the Haiti earthquake in 2010. The segment airs during promotional breaks during Disney Channel programming, and new segments have been produced only occasionally since 2004. The February 2010 segment on the Haiti earthquake was the first new Express Yourself segment since 2006.