Really Me is a Canadian teen situation comedy series airing on Family. It premiered on April 22, 2011 and on VRAK.TV on August 31, 2011. On June 13, 2011, Family announced that the series was being renewed for a second season, which premiered on October 5, 2012. There is no season 3 planned for the series at this time. The last episode aired April 5, 2013 in Canada.
A funny, honest, behind-the-curtain look at the psychological and emotional complexities of marriage and the charged dynamics of a tight-knit group of friends grasping on to what's left of their youth.
An animated globe named Spin whisks kids around the world, teaching them about animals and their habitats.
Really Raquel was a prime-time variety show adapted from Raquel Welch's 1973 live night club show. The special showcased Welch's talents as a singer, dancer and comedienne, pitting her in a variety of skits with the Krofft Puppets, who were the only guest stars. Some Krofft sites list the title of the special as Raquel Welch in the World of Sid and Marty Krofft. The show aired on CBS on March 8, 1974.
Did We Really Love? is a South Korean drama series broadcast by MBC in 1999. Starring Korean superstar Bae Yong Joon, the series portrays the struggles between love, happiness, and the pursuit of material success.
HLN dives into the deepest, darkest, gruesome mysteries and murders of the past. What really happened and how did it all play out?
Really Big Things is a series about massive man-made marvels like big machines, giant telescopes, skyscrapers and other massive structures. It airs on the Discovery Channel, HD Theater and Science Channel. It is now being aired on the UK version of the Discovery Channel in the early slot of 04:40am Matt Rogers presents the show in a semi-comedy fashion, often giving the viewers the impression he is a maverick with little regard for common sense, although when faced with true danger, such as standing by a dumper truck tipping and cutting the restraining wires on a concrete mat in Season 1, he will "hand over to the professionals" or remove himself from danger.
The craziest and most dangerous moments as drivers can’t seem to stay between the lines.
Disney's Really Short Report was a mini-show that ran on the Disney Channel and promoted upcoming Disney DVD releases. The show was launched in 2007 to replace the long running Mike's Super Short Show which was hosted by Michael Alan Johnson and Alyson Stoner, which had ended its run in December 2006. It is a creation of 7-ATE-9 ENTERTAINMENT and currently tapes in Walt Disney Studio Sound Stage 5 in Burbank, California, which for almost four years was home to Mike's Super Short Show. Disney's Really Short Report features a newsdesk-like atmosphere, utilizing three young actors who portray the members of the "DVD team". Standard segments include "Top Stories" and the "Special Features Forecast". Currently, the staff that was part of Mike's Super Short Show is still in place. The Really Short Report was later adapted in the United Kingdom with a British cast and crew. Disney's Really Short Report ended in January 2009.It was replaced by Leo Little's Big Show.
The Really Wild Show was a long-running British television show about wildlife, broadcast by the BBC as part of their CBBC service to children. It also runs on Animal Planet in the US. The show was broadcast continuously since 21 January 1986. In April 2006 the BBC announced that the show would be axed that summer, and as such the last ever episode was shown in April 2006, giving the show a run of 20 years.
Love Truly is a 2006 South Korean television series starring Eugene, Lee Min-ki and Ryu Jin. It aired on MBC from April 8 to August 6, 2006 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 34 episodes.
Presented by Gregg Wallace, What's Really In Our Food series peels back the baffling world of food labelling, investigates junk food and the UK's love of ready meals.
If You Really Knew Me is an American reality television series which airs on MTV that focuses on youth subculture and different cliques in high schools. Students from each clique participate in Challenge Day, which is a program designed to break down stereotypes and unite students in schools. At Challenge Day, students from all walks of life gather together in one room. Then each student is assigned to a group where they must reveal something personal about themselves. It's at this point where each student begins their dialogue with the words "If you really knew me..." The goal of Challenge Day is to demonstrate to students the possibility of love and connection through the celebration of diversity, truth, and full expression. The show will focus on Challenge Day in various high schools. The series premiered on July 20, 2010 on MTV.