While married couples live side by side, but temperament, opinions and ways of life are quite different. They experience humorous situations based on misunderstandings and coincidences that life brings.
Neighbours is an Australian television soap opera. The show's storylines concern the domestic and professional lives of the people who live and work in Erinsborough, a fictional suburb of Melbourne, Victoria. The series primarily centres around the residents of Ramsay Street, a short cul-de-sac, and its neighbouring areas, the Lassiters complex, which includes a bar, hotel, cafe, news office and park. Neighbours began with three families created by Watson – the Ramsays, the Robinsons and the Clarkes. Watson said that he wanted to show three families who are friends living in a small street. The Robinsons and the Ramsays had a long history and were involved in an ongoing rivalry.
Don't Eat the Neighbours is a children's comedy series that originally aired in the United Kingdom and Canada in 2001-2002. It was filmed mainly with puppets, but occasionally used computer graphics. The series was focused on the characters Rabbit, Wolf, and their children. Music for the show was done by Jim Guttridge, with the theme done by Dan Gagnon, Sandy Nuttgens, and Michael Scott. Only four episodes were released on VHS and DVD in the 2001 volume A Rabbit for All Seasons.
Jeremy Clarkson: Meets the Neighbours was a television series presented by Jeremy Clarkson and during the course of the series, he drives a 1960s Jaguar E-Type. The show was first shown during May and June 2002 on BBC Two. Over the series, Clarkson visited five European countries to discover just how different their lifestyles are to those in Britain. The show was produced by BBC Birmingham and executively produced by Richard Pearson. Meet The Neighbours was the second of two series involving Clarkson which were filmed during his hiatus from Top Gear, and his fifth documentary series for the BBC, following Motorworld, Extreme Machines, Car Years and Speed. The show was first shown on UK television channel BBC Two, before being shown to an international audience on BBC World. As of 2008, it has regularly been repeated on various UKTV channels, most recently being Dave, however, nearly 15 minutes of footage has been cut from each episode to allow for adverts within the sixty-minute slot. 30-minute versions of each episode have also been aired.
Neighbours at War is a New Zealand factual show, screening on TV2. It visits New Zealand residents disgruntled with their neighbours, and tries to help sort problems out. It gives an insight to everything from upset tenants to full-on neighbourhood feuds. In Australia it airs on the Nine Network, first screening on 29 May 2007.
Meet Your Neighbours is an Irish character-based comedy sketch show which was first broadcast on RTÉ Television in 2011. It was written by and starred the comedian P. J. Gallagher.
Neighbors from Hell was a satirical American animated sitcom that ran on TBS from June 7, 2010 to July 26, 2010. The executive producer of the series is Pam Brady. The first and only season consisted of 10 episodes. The series is owned by 20th Century Fox Film Corporation. It's produced by Fox Television Animation and MoonBoy Animation, a division of DreamWorks Animation. The majority of the animation is produced by Bardel Entertainment in Vancouver, and a team of animators in Los Angeles, Bento Box Entertainment, did some of the animation and retakes.