Dina's ordinary life comes crashing down around her after her fiance's betrayal and her father's death. In her despair, she agrees to give up her unborn baby but when she realizes her mistake, it is too late. Desperate, she escapes and accidentally shoots at a woman passing by, killing her instantly. On the run, hiding from the law and full of self loathing at the killer she has become, Dina cannot give herself up as she doesn't want her baby to be born in prison and to grow up in an orphanage Fate sends her on many adventures both good and bad until destiny intervenes, bringing some normality back into her life and with it, the man of her dreams.
Alban comes back home to Kosovo to work for EULEX. Here, he meets a girl, Mimoza, and falls in love with her. What Alban doesn't know is that their families have been feuding for years. The series deals with concepts of ideal love, and other elements of Albanian society such as corruption and blood feud.
Between the mysterious Orient, the paradisiacal peninsula of Troia, the urbanity of Setúbal and the placid splendor of Alcácer do Sal, "Jogo Duplo" is a telenovela that will confront dysfunctional families, impossible loves and cultural differences, reflecting on the human condition in all its opposites.
The Ultimatum is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 27 May 2009 and ended on the date 7 July 2009. This drama serial consists of 30 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9:00 pm.
Being the mid-year Channel 8 blockbuster of 2009, it was the first Channel 8 drama to be fully filmed in HD.
Despite being touted as the 2009 blockbuster of the year and featuring many established actors and actresses like Zoe Tay, Li Nanxing and Fann Wong, the show's reception was lukewarm at best. Many viewers faulted the serial for improbable casting and for a lack of originality in certain parts of the scripting. The series also came under harsh criticism for being overly melodramatic. However, the performance of newcomers such as Jerry Yeo, who played an antagonist for the first time, were widely praised.
Homewrecker was an American reality show on MTV that was hosted by Jackass star Ryan Dunn. The show is a twist on home renovation reality shows such as Trading Spaces and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition; but instead of the room being renovated, it is wrecked.
One million yen in elaborate fake bills that no one can tell are not the real deal were picked up by a homeless person. The bills begin to circulate like the blood flowing through blood vessels. These fake bills undermine the Japanese economy like a virus. In order to build a world that is not dominated by money, a plan to overturn the value of the root of money is launched. What is the fate of the man with such a tremendous plan?
A millionaire, an undercover agent, community representative, and a genius appraiser that specializes in distinguishing counterfeit bills, speculation is placed on each. Everything leads to a conspiracy of dark organizations trying to destroy the Japanese economy.