Benidorm is a British sitcom television series that is written and created by Derren Litten, co-writer of The Catherine Tate Show, and produced by Tiger Aspect for ITV.
Exploiting the working class stereotype of the popular Spanish tourist destination Benidorm, the television series features an ensemble cast. Set primarily in the Solana all-inclusive resort hotel, Benidorm follows regulars and first-time holiday makers on their holidays abroad. Despite their disparate backgrounds they all have one thing in common—a quest for getting value for money.
On 12 April 2013 it was confirmed that ITV had ordered a sixth and seventh series of Benidorm. The sixth series was filmed between March and June 2013 and will feature seven episodes that will air from January 2014.
The television series debuted on ITV on 1 February 2007. Critically acclaimed, Benidorm has received awards and nominations including several National Television Awards and nominations at the British Comedy Awards and BAFTAs.
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After being rejected from every medical residency program on his list, Dr. David Tracy scrambles to perform 1750 hours of clinical therapy out of his garage to become a licensed therapist before his $500,000 activate and destroy his life.
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
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The Real O’Neals
A contemporary take on a seemingly perfect Catholic family, whose lives take an unexpected turn when surprising truths are revealed. Instead of ruining their family, the honesty triggers a new, messier chapter where everyone stops pretending to be perfect and actually starts being real.
Necessary Roughness is a USA Network television series starring Callie Thorne and Scott Cohen. The one-hour drama series was picked up for 12 episodes on January 19, 2011. The series debuted on June 29, 2011, with a 90-minute premiere episode. The second season premiered on June 6, 2012. On January 7, 2013, USA Network announced the series was renewed for a 10-episode third season, which began on June 12, 2013.
Four in the Morning
An unconventional comedy spiked with a touch of magical realism that follows four friends in their twenties as they navigate life at the unpredictable, emotional, but illuminative hour of 4 a.m. Dealing with themes of life and death, love and heartbreak, friendship and betrayal, it’s a series about self-discovery, disappointment, and clawing after dreams that always feel out of reach.
The Powerpuff Girls
Three colorful, sugarcoated kids trying to juggle school and save the world before bedtime.
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Chicagoan Frank Gallagher is the proud single dad of six smart, industrious, independent kids, who without him would be… perhaps better off. When Frank’s not at the bar spending what little money they have, he’s passed out on the floor. But the kids have found ways to grow up in spite of him. They may not be like any family you know, but they make no apologies for being exactly who they are.
Who Do You Think You Are?
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