Contestants race across the country in search of relatives they have never met, in hopes they will reach the finish line first and win the grand prize. Four teams (red, blue, green, black) are given clues and challenges along the way that lead them to people who share the same DNA. The last-place finisher at each stage of the competition receives a strike. Three strikes and that team is out.
Everything's Relative is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from April 6, 1999 until April 27, 1999. The series was created by Mitchell Hurwitz, and was produced by Witt/Thomas Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.
Follow Australian hairstylist and salon owner Tabatha Coffey as she brings her expertise and personal experience to the complicated world of family businesses.
Bobby's a bartender and the only son of gregarious, salt-of-the-earth Irish Catholic parents from Boston. His fiancée, Liz, is a toney Harvard student and she's Protestant (no, that's not the problem). Liz has two dads, not one, and they're a worldly pair of well-heeled gay men.
Everything's Relative is an American sitcom from 1987 starring Jason Alexander as Julian Beeby, Gina Hecht as Emily Cabot, Anne Jackson as Rae Beeby, John Bolger as Scott Beeby, and Tony Deacon Nittoli as Mickey Murphy. Competing directly with NBC's Top 10 hit 227, the series was not a ratings success and was cancelled after only 10 episodes.
Relative Merits is a 1987 mini series about three months in the life of a radio journalist.
Behind the scenes of Leah Remini and her family finding an interest in their local home in Los Angeles.
The story is set in Japan in 2020. The story centers on Shin Hazama, and a version of himself who led a different life in another Japan appears. A crack opens in the everyday life that he thought was impossible to change. Boys and girls have to decide what to think and choose when the world changes completely. The battle with another world and another self begins.
Natalie Halcro and Olivia Pierson, sexy, enticing, and scorching hot cousins juggle with their lives between L.A. and their humble roots in Vancouver while the gorgeous beauties look toward curating their first fashion line.
Blood Relatives is an American documentary television series on Investigation Discovery that debuted on June 7, 2012. Narrated by Brenda Strong, the voice of Desperate Housewives character Mary Alice Young, the series examines murders that were committed within families. Blood Relatives has been renewed for a third season.
Relatively Speaking was an American TV game show that aired in syndication from September 5, 1988 to June 23, 1989. The series was hosted by comedian John Byner, with John Harlan announcing. The object of the game was for four celebrities to identify a famous person who is related to an in-studio contestant. Playing on Byner's comedic skills, before each day's first game began, a video clip was shown of Byner impersonating a famous character or person while explaining the rules of the game.
Betrayed by your own flesh and blood
Relativity is an American drama television series which followed a twenty-something couple, Isabel Lukens and Leo Roth, and the lives and loves of their friends and siblings in Los Angeles. The short-lived ABC series was the product of thirtysomething producers Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz The series ran from 1996-1997; it was canceled after 17 episodes due to low ratings.
When a young man is forced to wait on a woman hand-and-foot, how could his life be any more complicated? Li Ang is an aspiring photographer who gets a temp job at the fashion magazine called “Fashion Love.” Hao Li Ren is the director of the magazine, and Li Ang makes the mistake of using her nickname “Devil Hao” to her face and then accidentally breaks the magazine’s expensive camera equipment. The merciless Li Ren insists that Li Ang compensate the magazine for the entire cost of the expensive camera. Li Ang is concerned about how he will repay the money because his family owns a modest noodle shop and they are not well off. Through a series of events, Li Ren “hires” Li Ang to pretend to be her fake boyfriend at a class reunion. She then becomes injured and is home-ridden. Since Li Ang needs a place to stay, so he offers to become Li Ren’s caretaker/roommate/fake boyfriend to repay the money he owes. But will Li Ang’s girlfriend and Li Ren’s ex-boyfriend further complicate their strange arrangement?