1% of Anything is a South Korean TV drama that was broadcast on Sunday mornings for 26 episodes from July 6, 2003, to December 28, 2003. Its central characters are played by film star Kang Dong-won and Kim Jeong-hwa of SBS's 2002 TV drama, Glass Slippers. This romantic comedy drama series is based on an original novel of the same title, and it is a classic tale of boy-meets-girl. The plot follows traditional love stories of clashing personalities, familial obstacles and triumphant love-conquers-all themes.
Male celebs play make-believe as high schoolers, welcoming star transfer students every week and engaging in battles of witty humor and slapstick.
Anything But Love is an American television sitcom, which aired on ABC from March 7, 1989 to June 3, 1992, spanning four seasons and 56 episodes. The show starred Richard Lewis as Marty Gold and Jamie Lee Curtis as Hannah Miller, coworkers at a Chicago magazine with a mutual romantic attraction to each other, who struggled to keep their relationship strictly professional. The series, from creator Wendy Kout and developers Dennis Koenig and Peter Noah, was produced by Adam Productions in association with 20th Century Fox Television.
Lichita (Maite Perroni) has been working at Iconika Ad Agency for 10 years but feels undervalued and invisible. She decides to make a change and transforms herself from the office “whipping girl” into the empowered Alicia. However, no climb to the top is ever easy and, along the way, she faces situations that test her character and values.
I'd Do Anything was a 2008 talent show-themed television series produced by the BBC in the United Kingdom and broadcast on BBC One. It premièred on 15 March 2008. The show searched for a new, unknown lead to play Nancy and three young performers who will take it in turns to play Oliver in a West End revival of the British musical Oliver!. The show, named after the song "I'd Do Anything", was hosted by Graham Norton with Andrew Lloyd Webber again overseeing the programme, together with theatrical producer Cameron Mackintosh. In January 2008, John Barrowman confirmed he would be taking part in the show. The BBC also confirmed in late February 2008 that Barry Humphries would join Barrowman and Denise Van Outen on the judging panel of the show. Auditions for the show began in January 2008, with the show airing on BBC One throughout March, April and May 2008. In the final, on 31 May, Jodie Prenger was announced as the winner of the series.
Lee Jae-In possesses a good appearance, he is smart and comes from a wealthy family, but he is also arrogant. His grandfather orders Jae-In to enter into a 10 month contract engagement with a female school teacher that he has never met in his life. Lee Jae-In slowly falls in love with her.
I'd Do Anything is an ESPN reality show hosted by George Gray. The basic plot of the show is that it involves three players trying to win a dream sports reality for a friend. The series was broadcast Tuesdays on ESPN in 2004, then Monday nights on ESPN2.
Anything Goes was an early Australian television variety series which aired on Melbourne station GTV-9. Broadcast on Wednesdays at 8:00PM, it aired from 23 January to 20 February 1957. It was hosted by Geoff Corke and Beverley Stewart, with episodes including audience participation, interviews and music with a guest vocalist. Competition in the time-slot consisted of U.S. imports Ford Theatre and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents on HSV-7, while ABV-2 offered U.S. imports I Spy and Startime The hour-long series was replaced by two local productions, game show The Dulux Show at 8:00PM, with discussion series Leave It to the Girls at 8:30PM.
Anything For Money is an American television game show hosted by Fred Travalena and announced by Johnny Gilbert which ran in syndication from September 17, 1984 to September 1985. Reruns were later aired on the USA Network from 1986 to 1988. Two contestants watched video clips in which cast members Christopher Callen and Ralph Harris attempted to coerce passers-by into participating in jokes, in exchange for increasing amounts of money. The series was produced by Gary Bernstein and Larry Hovis, packaged by their production company Bernstein/Hovis Productions and Impact Studios, and distributed by Paramount Television.
Anything You Can Do was a Canadian stunt-based game show that aired on that country's CTV network and in syndication in the United States from 1971–1974. The host in the show's first season was Gene Wood, who at the time was also the announcer on Beat the Clock. For the last two seasons, Don Harron was the host. Bill Luxton was the announcer for the series, which taped at the studios of CJOH in Ottawa, Ontario. The game was billed as a "battle of the sexes" and was played by two teams of three, men against women.