Rupert Rigsby (Leonard Rossiter) is the moth-eaten landlord of a seedy lodging house in a nameless northern town.
Among his tenants are Alan (Richard Beckinsale), Philip (Don Warrington) and Ruth (Frances De La Tour).
Alan and Philip provide a focus for Rigsby's many prejudices, while Ruth is his main object of desire.
The programme was based on Eric Chappell's stage play, "The Banana Box", in which the landlord was called 'Rooksby'.
Rising Damp (1974-78) is considered by many the best sitcom that ITV has ever produced. Traditionally the BBC made the British classics, largely because a structure was in place to encourage script development, there were regular repeats to build audiences and commercial pressures were less intense. However Rising Damp is as good as the Corporation's best shows of the 1970s and reruns on Channel 4 have introduced the programme to new audiences.
After surviving the traumatic world of high school, Rebecca Freely (Judy Greer) returns to her alma mater as the school's newest guidance counselor. Now free of the insecurities of her teenage years, Rebecca immerses herself in the behavioral problems of the student body and lends support and guidance when needed. Rebecca must fend off the romantic advances of the persistent male nurse Gary (Jonathan Sadowski) as she lusts for the hot Spanish teacher, Tim (Kristoffer Polaha). However, in the ever-changing world of high school angst, Lisa (Brooke Burns), a former cheerleader and classmate of Rebecca's, also returns to the school as a new English teacher, forcing Rebecca to face her unpopular days of high school all while trying to win Tim's heart.
aka: ああっ女神さまっ, aka: Ā Megami-sama, aka: Oh My Goddess!
Keiichi Morisato is looking forward to university life. But in reality, he has no luck in anything, and he has trouble with clubs, love, etc. The truth is that he has an unlucky star above his head. One day, Keiichi is stuck watching the dorm while his sempai are away, and has a mountain of chores to do to boot. But Keiichi is a good-natured person, and is set about doing his duties. As he is about to finish his final chore, he makes a phone call to his sempai. But the words that came through the receiver are, 'Goddess Help Line.' Shortly afterwards, a beautiful goddess named Belldandy appears in front of him from the mirror of his room.
Set against the backdrop of the high-pressure world of advertising, Mason (Eric McCormack) and Conner (Tom Cavanagh) are a pair of ad men who, although they differ greatly in their approach to their work and their lives, are better together than they are apart. Mason, an art director, is a responsible, workaholic family man with an undying loyalty to the brands he helps sell. By contrast, his writing partner, Conner, is a single, impulsive copywriter with the attention span of a teenager. The series follows the changing dynamics between these two friends.
A comedy-drama about coming-of-age in a unique, high-pressure environment. The series follows a group of young hopefuls at the internationally renowned Cascadia Tennis Academy, where they live, love, laugh, fight, cry and dream their way through adolescence.
The Amanda Show is another series that was spun off of "All That" for another of its breakout stars. It's a skit show with some of the characteristics of "All That" but with different characters. On this show there are characters such as Judge Trudy, a rip off of Judge Judy; Penelope Taynt, Amanda's #1 Fan (who is played by her); and others such as The Liberals.
aka: The Familiar of Zero: The Rider of the Twin Moons, aka: Zero no tsukaima: Futatsuki no kishi, aka: ゼロの使い魔 ～双月の騎士, aka: 零之使魔 双月の騎士
This sequel is a continuation of the previous season, not long after the war. Louise and Saito seemingly getting along now since she knows that he had given up his only chance to return to Tokyo for her. The story continues as Louise begins to use Void Magic from a mysterious secret book she had recieved from her majesty Henrietta, while a new villain has appeared in town causing trouble.
aka: Familiar of Zero: Round dance of the Three Princesses, aka: Zero no Tsukaima: Purinsesse no rondo, aka: Zero no Tsukaima 3rd series, aka: Zero no Tsukaima Princesses no Rondo
Following Saito's heroic actions in the War with Albion in season two, Saito & Louise return to Tristain, only to have the runes which bind Saito & Louise disappear. Saito & Louise struggle with a relationship no longer defined as Master & Familiar, as they search for an Elf who has the power to restore the dead to life, and may hold the key to understanding Saito's loss of the Gandalfr's power.
Meet Therapist Dr Elizabeth Goode. She's Brash, unconventional, judgmental, but undeniably thriving as the "it" therapist to Hollywood's maladjusted elite. On a daily basis Dr Goode dishes her own unique methodology to a waiting room filled with a who's who from the world of entertainment, sports and music.
Kenny Vs. Spenny is a provocative reality/comedy series in which two dysfunctional childhood friends battle against eachother in bizarre and intense competitions. For the winner there is glory (or atleast the ability to act smug about it), the loser has to perform an embarassing stunt that the winner devises.
Each week, Kenny and Spenny challenge eachother to perform a new, outrageous real-life competition and will stop at nothing to sabotage, humiliate, and one-up eachother in a never-ending quest for supremacy. Forced to live together in a house in downtown Toronto that is wired for camera an dsound, they also venture out into the city, inspiring mayhem and involving an odd assortment of outcasts, experts and begrudging relatives and ex-girlfriends.
Whether you cheer for the devious, fiendish Kenny or the determined, haplessly ethical Spenny, the show offers a surprisingly clever comedic take on the age-old struggle of good vs. evil.
:30 Seconds is an Australian comedy which satirises Australian advertising companies and advertising industry. The name of the show comes from the advertising slots on television that are normally 30 seconds long. The show has had many guest appearances from famous Australians such as Claudia Karvan, Peter Heliar, Bridie Carter, Matthew Newton and Guy Pearce.
The show revolves around a fictitious advertising agency, BND which is a global advertising network, with 61 offices worldwide. The show takes place in one of the Australian offices.
Mister Eleven is a comedy drama two part series. Saz Paley finds her love life driven by her obsession with numbers. She thinks that Dan is the perfect man for her as he is her eleventh lover but on her wedding day she finds out that he is actually number ten after a revelation from Alex that they never slept together in the past.
Comedy about a touring circus that has become dilapidated and tries to stay afloat despite having rubbish acts and clowns that are dreadful. Erasmus is a petty criminal that has been in prison and has an ongoing feud with the clown 'Geoff' and constantly tries to get rid of him, as well as trying to raise cash in any way. Boyco, the acrobat is eastern European and in love with Lizzie.
The adventures of two irresponsible freshmen, Sanford and Del, who are forced to live with an uptight, pre-med student Joe. Hapless high school buddies, Sanford and Del arrive at the third-rate Barder College oblivious to what higher education is all about.
During the Regency period, the insane King George III's stark raving mad son, George, is the Prince Regent of Wales. Vulgar and staggeringly slow-and-dim-witted, George exhausts the country's money and would surely be dead by know were it not for his dry, angry, bitter, arrogant and cynical butler, Edmund Blackadder, Esq. Blackadder is an ex-aristocrat who has lost his family fortune and been reduced to servant-hood, and full of loathing knowing he should have a better position then serving a lunatic. Sod-Off Baldrick is his dirty, smelly peasant servant, and Mrs. Miggins is an annoying cheerful coffee-shoppe owner who is too stupid to understand most of Mr. Blackadder's insults.