A team of CIA agents and special forces head into Afghanistan in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks in an attempt to dismantle the Taliban.
The lives of staff in the womens' health clinic of a fictitious hospital in Philadelphia.
She is no ordinary woman. Do Bong Soon is a woman who possesses Herculean strength. She can crush objects in her bare hands when she holds them too tightly. Although Bong Soon longs to be a dainty, elegant woman that men fall in love with, she can’t deny her superhuman strength. Her special attribute allows her to get a job as a bodyguard for Ahn Min Hyuk, the chaebol heir with eccentric tendencies who runs a gaming company. Bong Soon’s childhood friend In Gook Doo has had a secret crush on her since elementary school. How will he react when sparks begin to fly between Bong Soon and her crazy boss?
Strong Heart is a South Korean talk show or talk battle broadcast by Seoul Broadcasting System. It airs on Tuesdays from 11:50 to Wednesdays 00:30. It is hosted by Lee Dong-wook and Shin Dong-yeop with Boom, Super Junior's Leeteuk and Eunhyuk as hosts of a special segment and regular guests along with Kim Hyo-jin, Jung Ju-ri and Yang Se-hyung, who are known as six-fixed guests. The program relaunched as a second season with Shin Dong-yeop and new hosts, actress, Kim Hee-sun, and singer, Yoon Jong-shin, in February 2013.
Count Arthur Strong is a faded star from the golden days of variety, prone to delusions of grandeur, selective memory loss and the blurting out of malapropisms. He was never as famous as he thinks he was... or still thinks he is. Believing that another great entertainment triumph is only a phone call away, Arthur spends his day making the most of any opportunity that comes along - gaining a free lunch or selling a dodgy foot-spa he doesn't want - creating chaos and confusion wherever he goes, blissfully unaware that he has done so.
Strong features 20 contestants, which include 10 male trainers and 10 female trainees. The trainers work on helping their trainees improve their physical fitness, not only through losing weight but also through achieving a balance between mind and body, and getting into shape both physically and mentally. After a series of challenges, two teams will face each other in a physical competition in the Elimination Tower, with the losing team being eliminated from the series. The winning team will receive a cash prize of up to $500,000, depending on their overall performance in the show.
Country music artist Craig Morgan and his family launch a passion project, Morgan Farms, to help them heal following the loss of son and brother Jerry in a tragic accident.
Story depicts love and success of a deliveryman who eventually becomes the CEO of a delivery app company.
Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple is a Japanese manga by Syun Matsuena serialized in the weekly manga magazine Shōnen Sunday. This manga is a remake of Tatakae! Ryōzanpaku Shijō Saikyō no Deshi, which was serialized in the monthly manga magazine Shōnen Sunday Super, publishing five tankōbon between 2000 and 2002. The first tankōbon was published on August 9, 2002. An anime adaptation by Tokyo Movie Shinsha aired 50 episodes from October 2006 to September 2007. Brain's Base produced OVAs for the series, which continue from the Ragnarok Arc. The first OVA was released on March 14, 2012, the second OVA was released on June 18, 2012, and a third OVA was released on November 16, 2012.
Chun-Il is married to Ra-Yeon and they have a daughter Ik-Hee. Chun-Il works as a salaryman and tries to survive at his company. Ra-Yeon is worried about her husband's low salary and Ik-Hee going through adolescence.
During the tumultuous reign of King Injo (1623-1649) of Joseon-era Korea, Chil-woo witnesses the brutal murder of his family and village at the hands of the government. As an adult, Chil-woo joins the Uigeumbu, a governmental body in charge of investigating injustices. But when tragedy visits his life once again, he becomes an avenger, hunting down those who have wronged the innocent.
Be Strong, Geum-soon! is a 2005 South Korean television series starring Han Hye-jin and Kang Ji-hwan. It aired on MBC from February 14 to September 30, 2005 on Mondays to Fridays at 20:20 for 163 episodes.
'Bigger, Better, Faster, Stronger was a New Zealand science-based reality television series broadcast on TV3. Each episode saw the two hosts, James Coleman and Greg Page, work to produce a "new and improved" version of a household appliance or object. At the beginning of each episode, the hosts selected their team from a combined pool of five people, four of whom had skills that were of value to the project, and one of whom did not. They then spent the remainder of the day in a shed producing the new device, before holding competitive tests the following morning. The tests were adjudicated by Kirsten Pederson. Before the series aired, Coleman told news media that the episode in which he attempted to make a clothes drier from a lawnmower engine and an angle grinder was a near-disaster, as "The clothes ended up being distributed in specks of cotton around the laundry and the hooks flew off and embedded themselves around the set," but "Luckily, they didn't kill or blind anyone." The series was nominated for an Aotearoa Film & Television Award in 2011.
The X Factor: Zhongguo Zui Qiang Yin is a Chinese version of the reality talent show The X Factor and it is broadcast on Hunan Television. The first season debuted on April 19, 2013 and hosted by Zhu Dan and He Jiong. Eason Chan Yik-shun, Lo Ta-yu, Zheng Jun, Zhang Ziyi are the judges.