Roberto (Rey) and Daniela (Salamanca) are two brothers who live in a world of wealth and glamor thanks to the shipping company they inherited from their father. Both share the direction of the company, although they have a completely opposite attitude to life: Daniela is thorough and perfectionist; Roberto, on the other hand, is a visionary genius who hates the meticulousness of his sister. However, both find the way out of their disagreements when they fall in love with the same woman: Isabel (Dolera), a monologist who Roberto has hired to seduce Daniela and so be as fun as she was before taking the address of the company.
A newly retired police officer looks forward to spending more quality time with his wife and three kids only to discover he faces much tougher challenges at home than he ever did on the streets.
Dancers selected in open auditions across America take part in a rigorous competition designed to best display their talents, training and personalities to a panel of judges and viewers as they strive to win votes and avoid elimination.
There are teachers who inspire, enlighten, and challenge us. These are not those teachers.
I Can Cook is a Children's television series broadcast on the BBC Cbeebies digital channel. It is presented by Katy Ashworth who demonstrates how to prepare and cook simple dishes while entertaining with songs. Each show focuses on the creation of one dish, either savoury or sweet. As the programme is aimed at children the dishes are simple to prepare. Some dishes, such as the grape pizza, offer alternatives to traditional dishes. As well as encouraging children to cook, the show encompases wider elements of food education; it uses cutaway scenes to show Ashworth in outside locations explaining the process of cultivating and growing a key ingredient in the show's dish.
Can We Help? is a factual Australian television series hosted by Peter Rowsthorn. Its sixth and final season was in 2011 when it was broadcast on ABC1 at 6.00pm on Saturdays. The program is driven by viewer questions and requests for help in regards to a wide range of subjects. The show specializes in reuniting families and loved ones and granting simple wishes to those in need, but over the years has introduced many other segments with a strong sense of history and, of course, helping others. The show debuted on 6 June 2006 to low ratings, however by the end of 2007 the figures had cimbed to approximately 490,000 viewers Nash. Regular expert presenters include Kate Burridge, Christian Horgan, Dr Norman Swan, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and Tanya Ha The program encourages people to send in questions and interact with the show and 'helping' community via the website – abc.net.au/canwehelp plus Facebook and Twitter pages. The program contains closed captions within its broadcast signal and is classified G.
Parker Lewis Can't Lose is an American teen sitcom that originally aired on FOX from September 1990 to June 1993. During the last season, the series sported the simpler title Parker Lewis. The series was produced by Columbia Pictures Television and was strongly influenced by the feature film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The film's TV spinoff Ferris Bueller debuted on NBC during the same month as Parker Lewis, but it only lasted 13 episodes.
Can Seo was a television series teaching Scottish Gaelic that started broadcasting in 1979 on BBC1 Scotland. The programme lasted for 20 weeks and a textbook and a cassette were produced to accompany the series. 'Can Seo' means 'Say This' in Scottish Gaelic.
Can! Jani: Kanjani Eight's Great Plan to Save the Planet Earth was a Japanese TV variety that aired every Saturday on TV Asahi. The show ran from October 4, 2008 to September 26, 2009 for a total of 49 episodes. It had suffered from frequent time changes before settling for the 3:00pm time slot. The show was created after the high success of their two previous television specials that aired on TV Asahi, Dadaiyaman and Dadaiyaman Z. Its slogan first was, " For the world's sake, for the people's sake! " but it changed to " Can We Do It? Yes We Can! ", a play on the show's title as well as on Barack Obama's campaign slogan after he had won the U.S. presidential election. Can! Jani, as its commonly referred to, is a show in which Kanjani Eight were given assignments from Command Can to help better assist and save the planet earth. Each assignment, given to the show by its viewers, ranged from hiking in the woods to downtown Tokyo apartment guides. At the end of each episode Command Can would then give his score to the unit he sent out to complete the task, which, usually depending on the circumstances, always was a decent score.
So You Think You Can Dance was a televised dance competition and reality show that launched in the United Kingdom in January 2010 with a format based on an American show by the same name. The show was broadcast on BBC One. The presentation of the show is similar to that of the Pop Idol series of singing competitions. The show focuses not only on the dancers' talent, but also showcases new works by notable choreographers, crafted specifically for the dancers and the show.
Can of Worms is an Australian television talk show, broadcast on Network Ten, first screening on July 4th 2011. Ian "Dicko" Dickson hosted the first series along with Meshel Laurie. [The second series, now hosted by Chrissie Swan and 'man on the street' Dan Ilic, began airing on August 20th 2012, with two 'Best Of Specials' airing in November as a twopart finale. The Third Series begun airing on February 11th 2013 and was broadcast live. James Matheson hosted the show whilst Swan was on maternity leave. The program features a panel of three public figures, answering questions issues that affect people every day involving political correctness, personal values and the unending capacity to make life complicated. The program is recorded live in front of a studio audience and broadcast on the following night. The show is produced by Andrew Denton and Zapruder’s Other Films. On 23 October 2012 Can of Worms was renewed for a third series that would be broadcast around the nation live.
Yes You Can was a Canadian children's television series broadcast on CBC Television from 1980 to 1983. Hosted by singer Kevin Gillis, and co-hosted by Trevor Bruneau and Tammy Bourne, the half-hour live-action series was sports-themed and encouraged fitness and good health. Also featured were the comedic Coach Cuddles Ford, and two animated characters, Harry Hog and Body Man, voiced by Michael Magee. Each show also featured an appearance from a professional athlete, including Gordie Howe, Karen Kain and Toller Cranston. The show was written by Jack Hutchinson and Jamie Wayne, produced by Bill Hunt, directed by Ron Piggott and executive produced by Michael Lansbury. Yes You Can was repeated on YTV in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Kevin Gillis went on to create and produce The Christmas Raccoons animated special - which lead to The Raccoons On Ice and the Raccoons animated series. Many of the songs Gillis used the Yes You Can series were later re-recorded and used in the Raccoons animated series.
U Can Dance is a reality dance competition TV program of ABS-CBN, hosted by Iya Villania and Derek Ramsay, which ran from June 2006 to October 2007.
Cân i Gymru is a Welsh television show broadcast on S4C annually. It was first introduced in 1969 when BBC Cymru wanted to enter the Eurovision Song Contest. It has taken place every year except 1973. It is proposed that if Wales were to enter the Eurovision Song Contest, Cân i Gymru would be the preselection show. Cân i Gymru is different from most talent shows. Whereas the majority invite the public to participate, Cân i Gymru welcomes only professional artists. It takes place on March 1st, St David's Day.
Can You Duet is an American reality-competition show airing on CMT. The show is produced by FremantleMedia, the same company that produced American Idol. The show premiered on April 14, 2008 and the first season ended on June 13, 2008. Sixwire, runners up from Fox's Next Great American Band, performed as the house band for Can You Duet with Steve Mandile serving as the show's musical director. Two additional musicians, Steve Hornbeak on keyboards and Andrea Young on violin, performed with Sixwire during the show. The show has been cancelled and will not return for a third season.