BabyNovember 30, 2018
Fed up with their families and classmates, two teen girls from a wealthy part of Rome are drawn to the city's underworld and start leading double lives.
Nicky Jam: El GanadorNovember 30, 2018
Follow Reggaeton artist Nicky Jam's struggles to overcome drug addiction and rise to international success in this dramatization of his life story.
Men Behaving BadlyFebruary 18, 1992
Men Behaving Badly is a British sitcom that was created and written by Simon Nye. It follows the lives of Gary Strang and his flatmates, Dermot Povey and Tony Smart. It was first broadcast on ITV in 1992. A total of six series were made along with a Christmas special and three final episodes that make up the feature-length "last orders".
The series was filmed in and around Ealing in west London and the final scene of series six was filmed at the Cerne Abbas giant. The setting however is implied to be South London and many references are made to Surrey.
It was produced by Hartswood Films, and Thames Television co-produced the first two series for ITV. They also assisted with production of the third series onwards that aired on the BBC.
After being moved to a post-watershed slot on BBC1, Men Behaving Badly became highly successful. It was voted the best sitcom in the BBC's history at BBC Television's 60th anniversary celebrations in 1996. It also came sixteenth in the Britain's Best Sitcom poll commissioned in 2004 on BBC2. It has also won the Comedy Awards' best ITV comedy, and the first National Television Award for Situation Comedy.
Baccano!July 27, 2007
Baccano! is a Japanese light novel series written by Ryohgo Narita and illustrated by Katsumi Enami. The series, often told from multiple points of view, is mostly set within a fictional United States during various time periods, most notably the Prohibition era. It focuses on various people, including alchemists, thieves, thugs, Mafiosi and Camorristi, who are unconnected to one another. After an immortality elixir is recreated in 1930 Manhattan, the characters begin to cross paths, setting off events that spiral further and further out of control.
The first novel was released in February 2003 under ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Bunko imprint, and as of March 2013, twenty novels have been released. The novels were adapted into a sixteen episode anime television series directed by Takahiro Omori and produced by Brain's Base and Aniplex. The first thirteen episodes were aired on WOWOW from July 26, 2007 to November 1, 2007; the final three were released direct-to-DVD. The series was also adapted into a two-volume manga, an adventure video game for the Nintendo DS and two drama CDs. An additional novel was released with the first drama CD and two gaiden novels were released in parts with the DVDs of the anime adaption.
Recovery RoadJanuary 25, 2016
Maddie is a teenage girl dealing with addiction who has a reputation as a party girl who doesn’t think she has a problem, until she’s confronted one day by her school guidance counselor and is forced to choose between expulsion and rehab. Maddie makes the difficult decision to live with other recovering addicts at a sober living facility while facing the daily pressures of her teenage life. Based on the popular young adult novel by Blake Nelson.
BottomSeptember 17, 1991
Richie Richard (socially awkward, sexually inexperienced) and Eddie Hitler (carefree alcoholic ) are two social outcasts living on the dole. Trapped together in a squalid flat in Hammersmith, London they are perpetually skint, bored and sexually frustrated. They spend their days scheming, bickering, and being nasty and sadistic to each other.
Les recettes pompettesFebruary 9, 2015
Each Week, Éric Salvail invites a new "drinking buddy" to join him in making a recipe that must resemble the original as much as possible, while downing increasing numbers of shots and glasses of wine. This sizeable challenge naturally leads to fits of laughter, surprising confessions … and a few broken glasses!
Booze TravelerNovember 24, 2014
Actor/adventurer Jack Maxwell learned a lot working in South Boston bars, and one lesson stood out: Enjoy a couple of drinks with a stranger, and the whole world opens up. Those experiences inspired "Booze Traveler," which follows Maxwell to various countries to quench his curiosity about what people drink, why, and the tales it prompts. In Armenia, Belize, Lithuania, Mongolia, Nepal and elsewhere, Maxwell learns its intoxicating traditions, meets with locals, joins in activities, and even helps with the alcohol-making process. He finds a unique drink, makes friends and shares stories in each spot.
The Book GroupApril 12, 2002
American Clare Pettengill, newly arrived in Glasgow, starts up a book group in order to make some new friends. The group consists of three unhappy European football wives, a pretentious drug-addict student, a closet-homosexual football enthusiast, and a kind and gentle struggling author in a wheelchair. Each week they meet to read and discuss a new book, which always affects or influences each of the group's lives in some way.
In January 2006, it was announced that screenwriter Andrew Davies would make a feature film adaptation of The Book Group for Film 4, but the project was never started.
House of Five LeavesApril 16, 2010
Rônin Akitsu Masanosuke is a skilled swordsman, but his personality often causes him to be let go from his job. One day he encounters Yaichi, the leader of a group calling itself "Five Leaves" and takes a job from him as a bodyguard. Though he is worried about their intentions, he feels there is something more to the group and agrees to work with them.
Demon Prince EnmaApril 22, 2006
A remake of Go Nagai’s 1973 lighthearted horror anime TV series Dororon Enma-kun. Enma, Yuki-hime and Kapaeru are demon hunters from another plane who have come to present day Japan to exterminate demons who possess humans and cause them to commit murder.
For SarahSeptember 21, 2015
After his alcohol-fuelled 18th birthday party, Cédric gets into a spectacular car crash as he drives home with his 17-year-old childhood friend, Sarah. That night, the two teens and their parents see their worlds turn upside down. The accident sets both families on a long and tortuous path they didn’t expect.
The tragedy forces them all to dig deep inside themselves as they struggle to survive and even grow stronger, through a series of medical, legal and emotional challenges. Their story is rooted in a quest for truth, as they try to come to grips with what really happened on that fateful night, and how these kids are dealing with it.
BeerlandApril 27, 2017
Follow Golden Road Brewing founder, Meg Gill, as she sets out on a cross-country journey to meet with home-brewers and find the best brews in each city she travels to.
Spuiten en SlikkenOctober 10, 2005
Spuiten en Slikken is a Dutch television program on public television. It is a program about sexuality and drugs. It has been shown on BNN.
In the show, discussions about sex and drugs take place with weekly guests. The discussions are led by Nicolette Kluijver . Filemon Wesselink has tried several types of drugs during the shows and showed and told about the effects they had.
In later seasons, Dennis Storm did sex experiments in the show.
The show first aired October 10, 2005.
PunchJune 1, 2016
Learn the art of mixology like never before with this new television show hosted by Benoit Gagnon. Each week Patrice Plante, the chief mixologist, creates and reinvents tasty cocktails.
The Booze CruiseSeptember 7, 2003
The Booze Cruise is a series of three feature length comedy dramas written for British television by Paul Minett and Brian Leveson. The first episode in the series was first shown on ITV in 2003.
The three episodes have received mixed reviews, with the Radio Times describing it as "like comedy in 1973" and also "you can see each joke a mile off", but generally liking the show.
Oz and James Drink to BritainJanuary 6, 2009
Oz Clarke and James May travel through Britain and Ireland to discover the amazing array of drinks that is on offer.