The story of Tintin and Jake as they both try recover from their respective failed relationships.
Julia Wallace, a recently divorced woman with a precocious young daughter named Gracie, helps her mother, Shirley, run a family-owned coffee shop in a small town. Logan is the cafe's baker and Kay Ohara runs a nearby pawn shop.
Ever since his girlfriend left him for a more successful man, Mads has become a pathetic and depressed version of himself. Trying to reboot his self-esteem, Mads' friends install the dating app "YES NO MAYBE" on his phone and a scandalous adventure begins. Mads starts looking for love in all the wrong places, and despite impotence and insecurities he ends up as a cold-hearted serial dater, chasing a quick fix of affirmation as dating becomes his new favourite drug. Each episode of approx. 10 min. follows Mads on a new date in the heart of Copenhagen and explores whether or not love can be found in the addictive world of online swipe-dating.
Maybe It's Me is an American television comedy series that aired on The WB Network.
Mayberry R.F.D. is an American television series produced as a spin-off and direct continuation of The Andy Griffith Show. When star Andy Griffith decided to leave his series, most of the supporting characters returned for the new program, which ran for three seasons on the CBS Television Network from 1968–1971. During the final season of The Andy Griffith Show, widower farmer Sam Jones and his young son Mike are introduced and gradually become the show's focus. Sheriff Andy Taylor takes a backseat in the storylines, establishing the sequel series. The show's first episode, "Andy and Helen's Wedding", had the highest ratings in recorded television history. Sheriff Taylor and newlywed wife Helen make guest appearances on RFD until late 1969, and then relocate with Opie. Mayberry R.F.D. was popular throughout its entire run, but was canceled after its third season in CBS's infamous "rural purge" of 1971. R.F.D. stands for "Rural Free Delivery", a quaint postal depiction of the rural Mayberry community.