A '90s-set single-camera comedy about a hip-hop-loving Asian kid growing up in suburban Orlando, being raised by an immigrant father obsessed with all things American and an immigrant mother often bewildered by white culture.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is an American television sitcom that originally aired on NBC from September 10, 1990, to May 20, 1996. The show stars Will Smith as a fictionalized version of himself, a street-smart teenager from West Philadelphia who is sent to move in with his aunt and uncle in their wealthy Bel Air mansion, where his lifestyle often clashes with that of his relatives. The 148 episodes were broadcast over six seasons.
A group of six students about to embark on the most exciting period of their lives so far: university!
Fresh Fields is a British situation comedy written by John T. Chapman and produced by Thames Television for ITV between 7 March 1984 and 23 October 1986. A ratings success at the time, the show is well remembered for its opening titles featuring a silhouette of a person in a rocking chair. It stars Julia McKenzie and Anton Rodgers as Hester and William Fields, a devoted middle-class couple with an idyllic suburban lifestyle. William works while Hester keeps home. The crux of the show was that she was always looking to try new hobbies or find ways to improve her life, much of which exasperated her hard-working husband. The family home had a granny flat attached, in which Hester's mother Nancy lived. She was divorced from Hester's father Guy although remarried him as the series progressed. The couple had a daughter called Emma who frequently telephoned but never appeared. Her husband Peter did appear often. They later had a son — the Fields' first grandchild — whom they named Guy, after his great-grandfather. Perhaps, the best remembered supporting character was Sonia Barrett who would frequently pop round to borrow items to replace hers due to breakage, theft or mislaying. Hester was not perturbed by this, as the two were close friends, but it used to irritate William. Sonia had the show's only catchphrase — she would always knock on the back door of the Fields' home and then say It's only Sonia! as she walked in. This would sometimes lead to applause of recognition from the studio audience, a phenomenon more regularly seen within American sitcoms. Sonia's husband John appeared on occasion, as did William's secretary Miss Denham, played by Daphne Oxenford.
The Fresh Beat Band is a children's TV show with original pop songs produced for Nick Jr. The Fresh Beats are Shout, Twist, Marina, and Kiki, described as four best friends in a band who go to music school together and love to sing and dance. The show was filmed at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, California. All episodes follow the same basic structure: ⁕Each episode begins with a song that foreshadows a problem that the band will solve. ⁕The band works together to solve the problem. ⁕When the problem is solved they perform a song with the problem and solution incorporated into the lyrics. ⁕Each episode concludes with a version of The Fresh Beat Band's closing song, "Great Day". ⁕The main characters dance to choreography by Mandy Moore; Sean Cheesman; Chuck Maldonado; Scotty Nguyen; Dreya Weber; Mary Ann Kellogg; Nakul Mahajan; Mihran Kirakosian; Susan Austin and Fred Tallaksen.
This deliciously twisted six-part drama follows a couple's quest for "the good life" that goes wickedly awry.
Get Fresh was a children's television programme that ran from 1986 to 1988 in the United Kingdom.
Fresh Gear is a television program on ZDTV then known as TechTV that showcased the latest in personal technology. It was hosted by Stephanie Siemiller and Chris Leary. The original hosts were Jim Louderback and Sumi Das. Fresh Gear started to air on ZDTV after its launch in May 1998. The show aired every Wednesday at 9:30 pm. It was cancelled after the May 2004 merger of G4 and TechTV into G4techTV. G4techTV continued to make episodes until the closure of the San Francisco studios. Fresh Gear was then aired in reruns until early December 2004. Though Fresh Gear is gone, G4techTV Canada has recreated the show as Gadgets & Gizmos. Product review segments were often co-hosted by the 'Lab Rats': Roger Chang, Hahn Choi, Andrew Hawn, Robert Heron, James Kim, Brett Larson and Martin Sargent. Another show that airs on another Comcast-owned channel known as Geared Up has a very similar format to Fresh Gear.
Fresh Off the Boat is a genre-bending venture into subculture through the lens of food. Raw, wild, and heartfelt, Eddie Huang gets down in the underbellies of cities around the world in search of what's cooking in their back alleys and underground spots. He's hunting rabbits with biker gangs in Oakland, eating seafood and surfing in Taiwan, hitting low-rider BBQs in East LA, and dining on rice and beans with your drug dealer's grandmother in Miami.
Tom recruits eight families keen to change their lives for the better. He believes that cooking from scratch with fresh ingredients will make them healthier, fitter and happier.
Fresh with Anna Olson is an award-winning cooking show presented by Anna Olson from her home in the Niagara region of Ontario. The series is a joint production between Food Network Canada and Peace Point Entertainment Group. The third season is currently airing on Food Network Canada. The premise of the show has presenter Anna Olson cooking three dishes for either a special occasion or a community event. On each episode, she will visit a local grocer in the Niagara region to pick out one or several key ingredients for her meal. On the official website, it states that she creates these meals while using her mantra, "eat fresh, eat local"; hence the show title.