With over 500,000 words you’d think the English language has a word for everything. But dig a little deeper and you’ll find it doesn’t. In a fun and fast-paced local series, indigenous Comedians and Language Warriors Bjorn Stewart and Katie Beckett introduce you to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander words you never knew you needed.
Dramatic recreations from impressive testimonie that no one can explain yet. Exploring themes and paranormal events such as forces from beyond, ghosts, poltergeist, pyrokinesis, telekinesis, telepathy, among others.
Ever wondered what happens in a day in the life of different Singaporeans? "Regardless Of" is an anthology of five films by local students that aims to capture honest stories of Singaporeans and their hopes and dreams.
In-depth investigations from the Stuff Circuit team - comprising of an on-screen documentary with interwoven interactive elements.
A five-episode continuation anthology of the stories of Arthit and Kongpob, Kao and Pete, Mork and Tee, Rome and Pick, and Sun and In.
One is trying to make up and confess. But the other one already has someone else.
One is testing the other, but got surprised instead. Both are university students.
A furtuneteller made a prediction of their breakup, one performed a ceremony to ward off bad luck by running all over Bangkok.
One has to study abroad. They’re psychical far away for each other... What about their hearts?
Body swapping! The timid Pick and angry Rome.
When a naive teenage immigrant enlists in the US Navy with dreams of becoming the first female admiral, she must choose between her career and her safety while diving into the scary and subversive lifestyle of the isolated military world.
A series of 8 one-act dramas. It is the continuation of a classic series of ghost stories which aired first on KBS between 1977 and 1989 and later between 1996 and 1999. This marks the return of the series after nine years.
Studio 4 is a BBC drama anthology series, filmed at the BBC TV Centre's Studio Four, and screening over two seasons in 1962. The series was envisaged as a sequel to Storyboard, an anthology series which had been transmitted the previous year.
AKB48 Drama split in 3 parts for each team
Team A story: Kawakami Fukaba is the only remaining member of the Broadcasting Club. While she was cleaning the clubroom, she encountered a strange cassette player that connects her to another member of the club 8 years earlier.
Team K story: Miho is annoyed at her younger sister Tsubasa, who is trying to make her participate in a piano competition. Unknown to Miho, Tsubasa is hiding something from her.
Team B story: Asuka keeps a blog titled "Tsuki ga nai Sora" (Moonless Sky), where she writes about all her problems. The only person who comments on the blog is called Spaceboy (6B6), and seems to know more about Asuka than anyone in her class.
Purex Summer Special is an anthology that aired for three summers on NBC.
Adventure Theater is a dramatic anthology series that aired on NBC in 1956. The series was produced in England for broadcast in the United States.
An anthology series about people who are suddenly confronted with uncertain situations.
Gulf Playhouse is an NBC anthology series that aired on Friday nights. It was a live show that was seen through the "eye" of the camera. The actors in each episode would talk to the camera as if it were a person. The show's sponsor was Gulf Oil, and it was produced and directed by Frank Telford.
An anthology series adapting some of the science fiction stories of the time.
Western Theater is an American western anthology that aired on NBC in the summer of 1959.
Escape is an American anthology series that aired on the NBC network from February 11 to April 1, 1973. The show was a production of Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited for Universal Television. It aired on Sunday evenings at 10 p.m. Eastern, following the NBC Mystery Movie.
Mighty Mouse Playhouse was an American television anthology series featuring animated short films starring Mighty Mouse. The series aired on CBS from 1955 to 1966. The series was credited with popularizing the Mighty Mouse character in popular culture far beyond what the original film shorts had done.
Mighty Mouse was not extraordinarily popular in theatrical cartoons, but was still Terrytoons' most popular character. What made him a cultural icon was television. Most of the short film studios, both live-action and animated, were in decline by the 1950s, pressured both by the loss of film audiences to television as well as the increased popularity of low-budget, stylized, limited animation. Most of the studios cashed out of the short-film production business and began licensing or selling their back catalogs to television. Paul Terry went as far as to sell the entire Terrytoon company to CBS in 1955. The network began running Mighty Mouse Playhouse in December 1955. It remained on the air for nearly twelve years. Mighty Mouse cartoons became a staple of children's television programming for a period of over thirty years, from the 1950s through the 1980s.