My Guys is an American sitcom that aired on CBS in March 1996. The series centered on Sonny DeMarco, a widower living in Manhattan trying to raise his two boys. CBS cancelled the series after two episodes.
Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills is an American 1986 situation comedy broadcast Friday night at 8:30 p.m Eastern time by CBS starring Harvey Korman, Valerie Perrine, Sue Ball, and their lovable monkey Bernard.
Leo and Liz Green were nouveau riche social climbers who had just moved to posh Beverly Hills from New Jersey and were desperate to fit in with their new surroundings, which they found to be quite intimidating. They had typical sitcom problems including zany servants, odd neighbors, and pretentious, snobbish in-laws, as their daughter Mitzi Sue Ball had married into a family of "old" money.
The pilot for this program had been aired the fall before as part of George Burns Comedy Week. However, the program failed to deliver an audience as a mid season replacement and was canceled after only six regular weekly episodes were aired.
Slinger's Day is a British sitcom that aired for two series from 1986 to 1987, made by Thames Television for the ITV network. It was a continuation of Tripper's Day, which had originally come to a natural end after Leonard Rossiter's death, and, despite the overwhelmingly negative response it had drawn from reviewers and a section of the viewing public, was revived this time with Bruce Forsyth as a different character to Rossiter but fulfilling the same role, that of the manager of a London supermarket with largely incompetent staff.
Like Tripper's Day, it was created by Brian Cooke, however, in contrast to the previous series, Cooke only wrote two episodes of the twelve episodes, more than half of them being written by Vince Powell with others being written by Alex Shearer and Sorry! creators Ian Davidson and Peter Vincent, and one episode written by the prolific Andrew Marshall and David Renwick.
Slinger's Day represented Forsyth's only ever situation comedy acting role, and he remained more associated with sta
You Take the Kids is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from December 1990 to January 1991. The series stars Nell Carter, who also performed the theme song "Nobody's Got It Easy". You Take the Kids, which was perceived as being the black answer to Roseanne due to its portrayal of a working-class African-American family, featured Carter as a crass, no-nonsense mother and wife.
Wood and Walters is a British BAFTA nominated comedy sketch show starring Julie Walters and Victoria Wood for Granada Television and written entirely by Wood. The show was short-lived, with just one pilot in 1981 and a series of seven shows in 1982.
Dorehami is an Iranian Telecast currently directed by Mehran Modiri. It aired on cable network IRIB Nasim on Thursdays at 21:00 and Fridays and Saturdays at 23:00 from March 18 to October 1, 2016 and continue from November 4.
All Aussie Adventures is an Australian mockumentary television series that parodied the travel-adventure genre. Glenn Robbins plays Russell Coight, a survival and wildlife expert who charts his disastrous travels through Australia, spreading misinformation and causing accidents. The series ran on the Ten Network from 5 August 2001 to 29 September 2002. There was also a 14 November 2004 telemovie, Russell Coight's Celebrity Challenge, which featured minor celebrities joining Coight in the outback.
Ahmed Amin, in cooperation with the new youth talents from the Institute of Dramatic Arts, the University Theaters and the youth of the "Platouh", will perform a satirical play on the stage of the "Misr University of Science and Technology", which will discuss some issues related to the behavior of Egyptian people and society variables.