Glas Vegas is an Irish language talent show. The series is produced by TG4. It is broadcast on Sunday evenings at 8.30pm. The series has a panel of judges to assess the quality of each act, the judges are Senator Eoghan Harris, Tom O'Brannigan and Molly Bhreathnach. The first series was a solely musical talent show, however, since the second series, the show now follows a similar format of Britain's Got Talent, in which all sorts of talents are allowed to enter. Despite the change in format, the idea of the judges having a buzzer each is not used. The prize is a trip to Las Vegas, to show their talent to various scouts.
Her father passed away very early and her mother lives and works in a crowded Chinese restaurant. Kitajima Maya, a 13-year old girl, has to carry the burden of making ends meet as she fights against her ill fate. However, she is able to overcome the trials and tribulations in her life with her passion and enthusiasm. She happens to encounter the reclusive actress Tsukikage who decides to train and mould her into the foremost actress of her generation.
Glass Home is a Bulgarian drama series created by bTV. It's a family drama and the executive producers are Dimityr Mitovski and Dimityr Gochev from "Camera OOD". It airs in bTV's primetime. Some of Bulgaria's most famous actors star in the series, which is directed by Viktor Bojinov and Petar Rusev.
What if you hold the power to hear the voices or see fragments of images from the future? Would that be a good thing or a bad thing? Glasslip follows the life of Touko Fukami, an aspiring glass artist born from a glass artisan family. She enjoys her worry-free life in Fukui, save for the fragments of images that she sees on occasion. On her 18th summer, she meets the transfer student Kakeru Okikura at her school, and then again at her favorite café called Kazemichi together with all four of her friends. The voices from the future lead Kakeru to Touko, and his arrival disrupts her mediocre existence. All six of the friends must face their most unforgettable summer full of hope, affection, and heartache.
Setsuko Koda is a woman who is married to her mother's ex-lover. Events unfold as her husband Kiichiro is involved in a car accident as Setsuko revisits her past while trying to help a little girl facing abuse.
Glass Castle is a 2008 South Korean television series that aired on SBS from September 6, 2008 to March 1, 2009 on Saturdays and Sundays at 20:50 for 51 episodes. Yoon So-yi stars as an ambitious and tough reporter whose life and career take a turn after she falls for a charming and persistent suitor, and marries him. But her aspirations of becoming a great reporter are put on hold while she struggles with her new life as the daughter-in-law of a rich, influential but controlling chaebol family. On the sidelines is her mentor and friend, a head newscaster for whom she also develops uncertain feelings.
In a modern-day school, we find Maya, Ayumi, Chigusa, Yuu, and the chairman, Masumi. They are the ultimate actors, who have time-traveled from the Glass Mask generation to the modern day to make the hearts of modern-day people burn with passion. Maya, Ayumi, Chigusa, and Yuu rely on their passion and actors' spirits to take on people with all sorts of worries. Chairman Masumi, on the other hand, seems to think the modern age doesn't need saving...
The Glass House was a half-hour Australian comedy talk show which screened on the ABC from 2001 to 2006. It was hosted by stand-up comedian Wil Anderson, and co-hosted by fellow television and radio comedians Corinne Grant and Dave Hughes. Two additional guests joined the regular cast each week, including musicians, politicians, actors, radio personalities and other celebrities of varying calibre, such as Young Australian of the Year winners and Olympic athletes. Regular guests included comedians Adam Spencer and Akmal Saleh, netballer Liz Ellis, Play School host Rhys Muldoon, musician Pinky Beecroft, and music critic Molly Meldrum. The show thrived on taking regular shots at, among others, Shannon Noll, Amanda Vanstone, Naomi Robson, Shane Warne and Peter Costello. The format of the programme is similar to that of the BBC series, Have I Got News for You. The show was pre-recorded in front of a live audience in the ABC's Sydney studio on Tuesday evenings. During the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the show was taped inside the Melbourne Town Hall. The program initially screened on Friday nights, but suffered from an inconsistent timeslot, resulting in humorous TV spots, for example 9:30 Friday...probably. In 2005, The Glass House shifted to a more reliable timeslot on Wednesday at 9:35pm.
Glass Slippers was a 40-episode South Korean drama series, first broadcast by SBS in 2002 starring Kim Hyun-joo and Kim Ji-ho as the two orphaned sisters Yun-hee and Tae-hee.
Fate brings together two sisters who share a tragic start to their lives under one household.
Not Safe with Nikki Glaser blends interviews, experiments, and discussions about subjects revolving around sex, relationships, and the stuff nobody wants to talk about.
In 19th century England, wealthy young Annabella Lagrange lives a comfortable and secluded life on her family's country estate, where her parents own a glass works. As a child, she develops a special friendship with the charming stable boy Manuel Mendoza. When she turns 18, she marries her cousin Stephen and sees what the world is really like.
No one said being a glamorous movie star was going to be easy. Luckily for Maya, she has the talent and dedication to help her achieve her goals of stardom. Encouraged by her mentor, a reclusive actress named Tsukikage, a mysterious admirer who leaves Maya purple roses and even a beautiful and talented rival, Ayumi, Maya begins to finetune her skills to captivate her audience. But will that be enough to turn her dreams into reality?