"Starting From Now" is a lesbian web series that explores the lives of four inner-Sydney women as they struggle to work out who they are, find a place where they belong, and maybe even find someone to love along the way. After building an international viral following across the first three seasons and reaching 20 million views in less than two years on YouTube, seasons 4 and 5 were acquired for broadcast television and screened on SBS2 in March, 2016.
Starting Over is an American reality TV show that follows the lives of women who are experiencing difficulty in their lives and want to make changes, with the help of life coaches. It was the first reality TV show to be nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award. Six women at a time work to overcome obstacles and meet personal goals. When it is determined that a woman has met all her goals, she "graduates" from the house and is replaced by a new roommate. On the other hand, if it's determined that she's not met her goals, she could be put on probation, or even asked to leave.
Natsuki Subaru, an ordinary high school student, is on his way home from the convenience store when he finds himself transported to another world. As he's lost and confused in a new world where he doesn't even know left from right, the only person to reach out to him was a beautiful girl with silver hair. Determined to repay her somehow for saving him from his own despair, Subaru agrees to help the girl find something she's looking for.
Starting Out is an Australian television soap opera made for the Nine Network by the Reg Grundy Organisation in 1983. The series was the network's replacement for The Young Doctors and was set at a medical college with an emphasis on young people getting their first experience of living away from home and leading independent lives. The youthful cast included Gary Sweet, David Clencie, Nikki Coghill, Tottie Goldsmith and Peter O'Brien, whilst more experienced cast members complementing the young leads included Maurie Fields, Gerard Maguire, Jill Forster and Anne Phelan. The series failed to gain sufficient ratings and was quickly cancelled and removed from the schedules. The unscreened episodes were screened out-of-ratings in late 1983.
Starting Out is seven series of programmes made for UK schools by ATV and Central from 1973 to 1992. The writers included Catherine Storr, Dave Simpson, Anthony Horowitz and Grazyna Monvid. Comprising 56 episodes in total, the series were repeated until 1994. The episodes were designed for older students who were about to leave school and who would soon be starting out on life as adults. Each series was made roughly every three years and was totally unrelated to that which came before, so that it was self-contained and relevant to the needs of each new generation of students. Several of the series were first broadcast late at night for preview by an adult audience, sometimes months before they were available to students. The cast across the seven series included Joanna Lumley, John Savident, Kevin Lloyd, Rolf Saxon, Katharine Levy, Hywel Williams-Ellis, Amanda Noar, Nick Conway, Carol Chell and Ian Mercer. Scripts from four episodes of the third series by Monvid were published as Choices: Four Plays from ITV's 'Starting Out' Series in 1986, while scripts from the 1989 series by Horowitz were published as Starting Out.
Starting Point was a morning television show on CNN anchored by Soledad O'Brien. It premiered on January 2, 2012 and aired weekdays from 7:00AM to 9:00AM ET. with a final broadcast on March 29, 2013. Along with Early Start, Starting Point replaced American Morning, which aired from 2001 to 2011. In early 2013, CNN announced that Starting Point had been cancelled. O'Brien left the program on March 29, 2013 and the show was hosted by John Berman and Christine Romans for the remainder of its time on the air.
A 35-year old guy who got married right out of college finds himself newly divorced and ill-prepared to re-enter the dating scene.