The series revolves around the lives of Ukrainian teenagers in a secondary school class. The teenagers struggle with bullying, including the Blue Whale Challenge, lack of parental support, suicidal behavior, LGBT identity crises-a subject that is rarely portrayed on Ukrainian television-alcoholic parents, and speech disabilities. In one of the show's main plot lines, the main characters are stalked on the Internet by an anonymous person who pretends to be their friend.
Mysterious murders has been committed in four post-communist cities: Warsaw, Prague, Odesa, and Leipzig. The investigations are carried out by three absolutely different in many aspects criminal police officers. Independently of one another, they soon come to the conclusion that all four murders are connected. Now, to solve the crimes they have to work together.
Dramatic events unfold in Croatia and Ukraine. The first girl drowned, the second one died from a drug overdose. The main suspect in these deaths, however, soon turns out to be innocent - and dead too. While detective Vladimir and reporter Stribor struggle to solve these murders in Croatia, the niece of Olga, an Ukrainian philanthropist, goes missing in Kyiv.
In a fictional town called Makkosszállás, Róza mama, head of the mafia chain announces on her 69th birthday, that whoever wins the next major election will be the new head of the chain.
A series about the evolution of various spheres of Ukrainian culture and its modern heroes. This is the result of 100+ interviews and stories about how whole layers of culture were created in Ukraine. It is an attempt to capture the outbreak that is happening today and that we are waiting for tomorrow, to understand the strengths and weaknesses, identify trends and find answers to questions that concern. Each episode reveals an important topic: from the phenomenon of Ukrainian pop music and clipmaking to movies, comedy, street art and local clothing brands.
The series is built in the form of saga and depicts the turbulent periods of the beginning of the 20th century through the eyes of ordinary people: the First World War, the revolution, the emergence of Soviet regime. Each of the characters faced the changes in their own way through their concept of truth. However, all of them shared fundamental desire to live, love and find their own place in the new era.
Weekly satirical news digest with host Roman Vintoniv as Michael Schur.
Cold War bomb shelters, secret vaults and underground railway tunnels, abandoned factories and the highest rooftops become the objects of infiltration. Our team takes you along on their urban adventure to uncover the secrets of the hard to access locations. Urban exploration is a hobby that comes with inherent dangers and extreme situations may present themselves at any turn. Unstable structures, unsafe floors, chemical hazards, stray voltage - there’s a lot to overcome to make it to the bottom of that abandoned tunnel or to scale that building! Yet once you get in on the secret workings of the city and get to know the obscure spaces that are normally neglected, it makes it all worth it. It’s time to stop being oblivious to the urban wonders around us. Open a door, cross a fence, or sneak into a hole with our team and you have left the normal world, you are exploring. This is your city, but not as you know it!
It all begins with Nauris’s painful disappointment – I am not in India, I am in Ukraine. But... That’s OK. He is ready for adventure and to ready battle Rihards. For the first time, the boys receive the show’s paraphernalia – the black box and the promising golden envelope. But there's not much in them – just a harmonica and 200 hryvnia or just about 7 Euro. They have to either survive the entire day on this money or they must make some more. Nauris will manage to feed half of the district with Kiev cake, cross the Paton bridge, and step inside a soap bubble in a museum. Rihards will get to know the Klitschko brothers, run around a giant football stadium, and eat three Kiev hot dogs. But that is not all. They will be forced to make money on the street and to make the girls of Kiev laugh with their plasticine figurines.
Modern historical and documentary series of investigations and research dedicated to famous figures of national history. The creators of the project involved about 150 experts from Ukraine and the world, traveled to 9 countries and found interesting facts that now allow us to rediscover history. In the 8-episode project you will learn more about the lives of Simon Petliura, Andrei Sheptytsky, Mykhailo Hrushevsky, Danylo Halytsky, Roksolana, Bohdan Khmelnytsky, Ivan Mazepa and Anna Kyivska.