A rave party off the coast of Goa, goes horrifyingly and hilariously wrong when the island is overrun with zombies.
The survivor of a famous child-abduction case joins a special task force dedicated to solving abductions and missing person cases.
Twisted true stories of people who have gone missing, leaving behind secrets and frantic loved ones; these missing persons investigations lead to unexpected outcomes.
Gone Country is an American celebrity reality television show in which contestants compete to become a country music singer. The winner gets a country single produced by John Rich. It aired on CMT, with reruns on TV Land, and VH1. On the first season finale, Julio Iglesias Jr. was named the winner. Gone Country uproots these seven musical celebrities and moves them into a Nashville mansion together to embark on a two-week adventure, hosted by singer-songwriter John Rich. Each celebrity will be paired up with some of Nashville's finest songwriters in an attempt to prepare them for a career in country music. In each episode, the cast competes against each other in challenges that will test them musically and physically to adapt to a country music lifestyle, both on and off the stage. At the end of the two weeks, the artist who is most prepared to impress a country audience, as determined by Rich, will record and release a song.
Comedians and lifelong friends Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse share their personal and hilarious life experiences while travelling around the UK fishing for elusive species.
After You've Gone was a British comedy that aired on BBC One from 12 January 2007 to 21 December 2008. Starring Nicholas Lyndhurst, Celia Imrie, Dani Harmer and Ryan Sampson, After You've Gone was created by Fred Barron, who also created My Family. The writers include Barron, Ian Brown, Katie Douglas, James Hendie, Danny Robins, Andrea Solomons and Dan Tetsell. Three series and two Christmas specials aired, and work on scripts for a fourth series had already begun when the BBC withdrew the commission in November 2008 and cancelled the series.
A lonely and erratic yoga instructor joins the world of online dating in search of her true love.
Going, Going, Gone was an antiques quiz show in the UK during the 1990s, which was shown on BBC Two and which was produced by BBC Scotland in Glasgow. The show ran from 16 October 1995 to 11 March 1998, and aired 144 programmes. Originally presented by Andy Craig and assisted by antiques expert Eric Knowles, the final series was hosted by Stuart Hall. The programme's format was simple: three celebrities described an antique and gave it a valuation. One is telling the truth and the other two are lying. The two contestants had to guess which description was true, and were awarded points if they guessed correctly. A film of the real auction would be shown with the item described being bid for. In the final round, both players 'bid' for an item by trying to guess the value that the antique went for with the person finishing with the nearest price winning the bonus points. The winner would take home an antique as a prize and the loser took home a 'booby prize' of a flying duck, the show's motif, mounted on a plaque. In fact, every contestant really wanted the flying duck. Celebrities included Eric Knowles, Anne Gregg, Jilly Goolden, Tim Wonnacott, Lowri Turner and Simon Hoggart.
Stars Gone Wild was a mockumentary series created by Adam Halpern on MuchMusic that critiques the lifestyle of modern celebrities. The title of the show is a parody of the Girls Gone Wild series. It is based on the special Overrated in 06. After one season and 28 episodes the show was cancelled due to poor ratings and negative audience reaction. Speculation that the show would be cancelled occurred after the show did not return in September 2008, and the cancellation was confirmed when a replacement show began to air. The show premiered well as a Video on Trial spinoff, but the ratings continued falling with many viewers voicing their displeasure with the show on the MuchMusic website forums.
Gone With the Wine is a comedial lifestyle series produced by Vertigo Production in 2006. Gone With The Wine is dedicated to all that is compelling in the fascinating world of wine. TV host, stand-up comedian and actor Jaakko Saariluoma visits some of the most famous wine regions and wine producers in France, Italy and Spain. The series is a kind of road movie whose story line centers on Jaakko, a man in his forties who has drunk only cheap wines and eaten mediocre food all his life. He goes on a long trip to southern Europe in search of great wines, good food and unforgettable experiences before it is too late. The language of the TV series is Finnish, English and Spanish. In addition, there is a book Gone With The Wine based on this series and the DVD box set published in 2006. The book was elected the Travel book of the year 2007 by Mondo Magazine.
Filmmaker Joe Berlinger’s real-time, eight-part investigation into a string of mysterious sex and drug-fueled disappearances and deaths in the heart of America’s rust belt.
Guinness World Records Gone Wild, also known as Guinness World Records Unleashed, is an American reality television series on truTV. The series debuted on February 7, 2013 and is hosted by Dan Cortese. The series' first season averaged more than 1.3 million viewers and ranked as one of ad-supported cable's Top 3 programs in the Thursday 8 p.m. timeslot with key adult and male demos. It was also cable's No.1 unscripted entertainment program in the timeslot with men 18-49 and adults 18-34. It was announced in April 2013 that truTV has ordered an additional ten episodes. Season 2 will premiere on Nobvember 7, 2013, and features a series title change to Guinness World Records Unleashed.