A playful young man leads a very happy life, but everything changes when his father witnesses a heinous crime.
Shivaree was a Los Angeles-based music variety show that ran in syndication from 1965 to 1966. It was hosted by Gene Weed. In its brief run, the show featured numerous well-known acts, including the Rolling Stones, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, The Ronettes, the Supremes, the Byrds, the Bobby Fuller Four, Allan Sherman, and Gary Lewis at its KABC-TV studio. Although it was a syndicated series, Shivaree was produced and owned by the ABC network. In addition to the host, the show also featured dancers some of whom were Teri Garr, Cathy Austin, Joane Sannes, and Kay Parks; who performed on elevated platforms behind the bandstand. Audience members surrounded the bandstand and also stood on a balcony behind the dancers. Rights to surviving footage of the show are now owned by Research Video.
Veer Shivaji was an Indian historical drama series that aired on Colors TV. The show focuses on the life of Shivaji, the 17th century founder of the Maratha Kingdom. It premiered on September 2, 2011 and was produced by Contiloe Telefilms, who had earlier created the historical drama Jhansi Ki Rani on Zee TV. Due to the instant success and popularity and with TRP of more than 2.60, the show timing were extended to five days a week from 3 October 2011. After the introduction of adult Shivaji, the drama's target rating points began to dip drastically. The show was abruptly ended on May 25, 2012. They were also threatened by radical Muslims to end it.
Om Namah Shivay is an Indian television series portraying Hindu Puranic writings and featuring the divinity Shiva, as well as other gods and demigods. The series is presumably named after the mantra Aum Namah Shivaya. It "depicts the spirituality, divinity and the moving power with which Lord Shiva governs the destiny of the universe."