Shiro is an easygoing teenager content with just being a student—until his seemingly perfect life is halted when a bloodthirsty clan, glowing red with fire, attempts to kill him in the streets. Unbeknownst to Shiro, he is suspected of murdering a member of their clan and will need a miracle to escape their vengeance. Miraculously, a young man named Kurou Yatogami swings in and aids Shiro in his getaway, only to reveal he's also after Shiro's life. Now a hunted man, Shiro will have to evade the clans of seven powerful kings and desperately try to prove his innocence—before it’s too late!
K-Ville is an American television drama created and executive produced by Jonathan Lisco, centering on policing New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Deran Sarafian directed the pilot. On May 15, 2008, the series was officially canceled.
Superstar K is a South Korean television talent show series which is held yearly. First held in 2009, Superstar K has increasingly gained more attention, considered the biggest audition program in South Korea. Superstar K's concept involves that of finding the next "superstar," with the winner each week determined with a combination of the scores given by judges and votes from viewers. Traditionally, the award winner of each season is given the chance to sing at the Mnet Asian Music Awards as well as other prizes.
K Street is a 2003 HBO television series about lobbyists and politicians in Washington, D.C. It was named for a street that is home to many lobbying and legal firms.
A diverse anthology of ambitious, moving tales inspired by Philip K Dick's short stories.
Rock n' Roll may never die, but the Sakuragoaka Girl's High School Light Music Club might not be here to stay unless would-be drummer Ritsu Tainaka can find three more members to replace the graduated seniors. Determined to see that the beat goes on, Ritsu can get a little help from her friend Mio Akiyama on bass, and together they might be able to convince choir-inclined Tsumugi Kotobuki to join on the keyboards. But even then, they'll still need a hero, preferably of the juke-box variety with stars in her eyes. Instead they find Yui Hirasawa, who's looking for a club to join and who's never held a guitar in her life. But when Yui does pick up a beat-up six-string, it feels good in her hands, and it doesn't take long to understand that maybe she's finally found a place where she belongs. Because you can't stop the music when four girls share a dream, even if it's something as crazy as someday playing at the famous Budokan. It's going to be a long and winding road, but if they find their passion and follow their muse, they could go anywhere in K-ON!
K-9 is a British/Australian comedy/adventure series focusing on the adventures of the robot dog K-9 from the television show Doctor Who, achieved by mixing computer animation and live action. The first episode aired as a sneak preview of the series on Halloween 2009 on satellite channel Disney XD in the UK & Ireland. As of October 2010, the full series has commenced airing on Network Ten in Australia, Disney XD in the UK & Ireland; Scandinavia, Poland, Italy and The Netherlands and Disney Channel CEE in Bulgaria, Romania, Moldava, Slovakia, Hungary and The Czech Republic. A second series is in development and the first season is due to be syndicated around the globe, with two confirmed networks, Channel 5 in the UK and Cartoon Network in New Zealand, other networks have yet to be announced. In the UK, Channel 5 broadcast the first season between December 2010 and April 2011. The US cable channel Syfy began airing the series on 25 December 2012, initially by broadcasting the entire first season in an all-day marathon.
K was a short-lived Filipino television miniseries aired on IBC-TV that told the fictional story of the country being ruled by Communists. Made on a low budget, this series enjoyed a huge following among viewers and was even used as an educational reference on what the nation and Filipino lives might be like under Communist rule. Right-wingers and human rights activists in the Philippines objected to the mini-series, however, as they believed that K would only spread Communism among the people and even spark revolts between the government and rebel forces. Politics aside, K is widely believed to be influenced by the Amerika miniseries, as it was released in 1988, and shared many of its themes.
Ji Seung Yeon fails her audition piece for an English music college by severely modernizing it, secretly returning home to South Korea in shame. Hiding out at her painfully shy friend's house, she joins him in auditioning to replace popular members of a boy band who are getting too old. Together, she and her friend make it through to a finalized group of eight competing for the few opening spots. No one but her friend and her uncle (director of the pop music company) and his assistant know she's a girl. The leader of the boy band, not in the know, starts questioning his orientation when finding himself progressively attracted to this "boy."
Gifted with a wide assortment of supernatural abilities ranging from telepathy to x-ray vision, Kusuo Saiki finds this so-called blessing to be nothing but a curse. As all the inconveniences his powers cause constantly pile up, all Kusuo aims for is an ordinary, hassle-free life—a life where ignorance is bliss.
K-100 was an entertainment information programme which was shown on Hong Kong's Television Broadcasts Limited. The program provided information about upcoming and latest shows airing on TVB. It also featured interviews with celebrities who work for the station, and behind-the-scenes peeks at the station's studio complex. In addition, K-100 also announced the station's top-five shows over the previous week in terms of viewership during the "Viewership Ratings" segment. The name "K-100" originated from the station's previous post office box number, with the "K-" prefix indicating that the box was located in Kowloon. The station's PO box was re-numbered to "70100" following the postal service's consolidation of its PO boxes, but the programme's name stuck. The program debuted on January 22, 1977, and ran almost every week until September 17, 2005, when it was replaced by another show called "E-Buzz". 1,449 episodes of K-100 had been taped since its inception.
K-15 is a popular Macedonian comedy show project established in the mid-1990s in Macedonia. It is mostly made up of episodes of short comedy sketches and spoofs on the Macedonian language. K-15 as a term is used for other projects with the group, such as the comical music of Duo Trio, different kinds of commercials or guest appearances in other shows and films such as Balkankan. K-15 was formed by Vasko Todorov, Ljupcho "Bubo" Karov and Branko Ognjanovski, with frequent appearances of other actors/comedians. The three founders are also co-directors and co-producers.
Rated K is a magazine show broadcast on ABS-CBN in The Philippines. It is hosted by Korina Sanchez. The program is similar in style and presentation with the defunct magazine program Balitang K which was also hosted by Sanchez.
Balitang K is a defunct news and current affairs magazine show in the Philippines, hosted by Korina Sanchez. It aired weekdays on ABS-CBN from 1996 to 2001. This was her show after Magandang Umaga Po ended. The program is an off-shoot of the Balitang K segment of TV Patrol before its reformat in 1996. TV Patrol was reformated in 1996 because of the success of Mexican telenovela, MariMar. To beef up the ratings of ABS-CBN, Balitang K was launched as a pre-program to TV Patrol. Balitang K aired after the public service program, Hoy Gising! In 2001, TV Patrol anchor Noli De Castro ran for a senate seat, leaving his anchor's chair vacant. Korina was promoted as Chief Correspondent, and became the anchor of TV Patrol. Kris Aquino took over Korina's hosting job in the reformatted spin-off, Balitang Kris. However, this new program was cancelled due to poor ratings. Kris would resume hosting duties in another reformatted talk show, Kris and Tell. The concept of Balitang K was reused for another incarnation, Rated K, also hosted by Sanchez.
Survival Audition K-pop Star is a South Korean reality TV competition series where the three largest entertainment/talent agencies in South Korea hold worldwide auditions to find the next potential K-Pop stars. Preliminary auditions are held around the world in Asia, North America, South America, Europe, and Australia. The final winner will debut with the company of his or her choice, along with a cash prize of three hundred million won, two brand new vehicles, opportunities to become commercial models and casting in dramas, and many more. The three judges for the series have been Yang Hyun-suk, founder of YG Entertainment and former member of the popular South Korean act Seo Taiji & Boys, Park Jin-young, singer/song-writer and founder of JYP Entertainment, and Korean pop icon BoA, from SM Entertainment. SM, YG, and JYP are the three largest management companies in Korea. K-pop Star is a part of SBS's Good Sunday lineup, along with Running Man. The show's first season aired on December 4, 2011, every Sunday evening at 6:30 pm, until April 29, 2012. The second season aired from November 18, 2012 to April 14, 2013 at 4:55 pm. Singer, Yoon Do-hyun, and entertainer, Boom, host the live competition. Yoon Do-hyun has also been narrating through the entire process. The program was renewed for a third season with the same judges and possibly a new time slot, scheduled to be aired in October 2013.
K-Town is an American reality television series about the lives of a group of young Asian Americans living in Los Angeles' Koreatown. The cast is mostly of Korean descent, with the exception of Scarlet Chan. The show ran for two seasons. The series is directed by Eugene Choi, Eddie Kim and Mike Le, produced by Choi, Kim, Le as well as Tyrese Gibson and Jerry Chan, edited by Jerry Chan, with cinematography from Ray Huang, Aaron Torres and Jon Peter.