Believe is about an unlikely relationship between a gifted young girl and a man sprung from prison who has been tasked with protecting her from the evil elements that hunt her power.
Believe Nothing is a British ITV sitcom starring Rik Mayall as Quadruple Professor Adonis Cnut, the cleverest man in Britain, and Oxford's leading moral philosopher. He is paid huge amounts of money for his views consulted by the government but he's bored and wants adventure so he joins the shadowy organization The Council which controls everything going on in the world. Starring alongside Mayall is Michael Maloney as Brian Albumen, Cnut's faithful servant, and Emily Bruni as Dr. Hannah Awkward who becomes professor of pedantics. The series was written by Maurice Gran and Laurence Marks, who give a twist to many of today's global issues. Although much hyped by ITV, who were hoping to repeat the success of Gran and Marks' previous project with Mayall, the successful The New Statesman, the series failed to catch on, and was dropped after one series.
Exactly one hundred years after Robert L. Ripley launched the brand, this reboot explores the bizarre, extraordinary, the death defying, the odd and the unusual with astonishing, real, one-of-a-kind stories.
The creative process behind the illusions and demonstrations from conception to execution. It is centered on stunts and street magic acts by Criss Angel.
Strange occurrences, odd historical facts and unusual artistic and social activities are explored.
If You Believe is a 1999 American television film that aired on Lifetime Television and stars Ally Walker, Hayden Panettiere and Tom Amandes. A Scrooge-like woman is visited by her "inner child," who helps her rediscover a zest for life. The film is a Spring Creek Production in association with Hearst Entertainment.
Got to Believe is a Philippine television drama broadcasting on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel. The series premiered on August 26, 2013, replacing Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala. It is the fifth television drama in the Philippines made by ABS-CBN filmed and broadcast in high definition.
Dare To Believe is a surreal TV sketch show that was shown on ITV in the UK. The programme was shown during the early hours of the mornings, and ran for 2 series between 2002 and 2004, each with thirteen 30 minute episodes. The show gained a cult following amongst students and insomniacs. It largely consisted of dada-inspired comedy sketches, interspersed with periods of hypnotic visuals. During these hypnotic visuals, its much-used catchphrase was often recited: "Fly like a mouse, run like a cushion, be the small bookcase". It was written and directed by Tim de Jongh, who also acted in the show. Tim Firth and Michael Marshall Smith who both co-wrote some of the material were better known for their work on the BBC Radio 4 show, And Now, In Colour. Tim Scott won a BAFTA in 2003 for co-writing and directing the children's show Ripley and Scuff. Dare To Believe was commissioned and then re-commissioned by David Liddament. The show was abandoned upon Liddament's exit from ITV. The show notably contained voice-over work and appearances by the late Patrick Allen.
Would You Believe is an Irish religious television series broadcast on RTÉ One. It currently airs on Sunday nights at 22:40. A new series of 12 films began airing on September 21, 2008.
Ripley's Believe It or Not! is an informative and educational TV program from GMA Network. It began airing on August 18, 2008. The show features clips from . It is hosted and narrated by Chris Tiu.
From painkillers to creams; wholegrain foods to Atkins diet, Professor Regan takes a hard look at the evidence to decide what really works.
I Can't Believe You Said That! was the title of a short-lived game show that aired from August 1998 to early 1999 on Fox Family Channel with a companion series, Outrageous, and was a charter original series of the relaunched network. The show was hosted by former NBA player John Salley and was produced by veteran game-show host Marc Summers, who also handled announcing duties, partnered with long time game show producer and friend David M. Greenfield, for Stone Stanley Entertainment. A remake of the 1967 series The Family Game, the premise of the show was to have a family tell the presenters embarrassing stories about each other's lives and then have members of the family guess who told the story.
Filmmaker Eric Schaeffer is just a regular guy looking for love and unable to find it... or did he during his book tour from Portland, Oregon to Portland.