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Looney Tunes Cartoons (season 1)

The first season of the animated web series Looney Tunes Cartoons, developed by Pete Browngardt, currently features 10 episodes which feature 30 shorts. Season 1 of the series premiered May 27, 2020 on streaming service HBO Max.

                                               

Beckham

Beckham most commonly refers to: Beckham surname, a surname and list of people with that name David Beckham born 1975, English former professional footballer Odell Beckham Jr. born 1992, American football player Beckham may also refer to:

                                               

Shaquille Ali-Yebuah

In 2013, Ali-Yebuah was cast to play a young Steven K Amos in BBC Radio 4s What Does the K Stand For?, and also appeared in Miles Jupps In and Out of the Kitchen, also distributed by the same network. He went on to pursue numerous British televis ...

                                               

The Lovers! (1973 film)

The Lovers! is a 1973 British comedy film based on the Granada Television sitcom The Lovers. It follows the courtship of two young people from Manchester, England, Geoffrey Scrimshaw and Beryl Battersby.

                                               

Staggered

Stagger or staggered may refer to: Stagger, a motorsport term for the difference in size between right and left tires Staggered Board of Directors, a method of electing directors of a company or other organization Stagger aeronautics, the horizon ...

                                               

The Romance of Tiger and Rose

The Romance of Tiger and Rose is a 2020 Chinese web series starring Zhao Lusi and Ding Yuxi, and tells the story of a young screenwriter who must survive after being trapped in her own script, with her character meant to die early in the story. T ...

                                               

Hafedh Dakhlaoui (actor)

Dakhlaoui was born in La Marsa, Tunisia, for Tunisian swimming champion parents and started his acting career in an early age through participating in his school theater, at the age of 15 participated in Nadia and Sarra, a French-Tunisian film di ...

                                               

1066 (disambiguation)

Battle of Stamford Bridge, a battle on September 25, 1066 between an English army under King Harold Godwinson and an invading Norwegian force under King Harald Hardrada Battle of Hastings, a battle on October 14, 1066 between the English army und ...

                                               

Raagala 24 Gantallo

Raagala 24 Gantallo is a 2019 Indian Telugu-language murder mystery starring Eesha Rebba, Satyadev Kancharana, Sriram, Ganesh Venkatram and Musskan Sethi. The plot of the film is inspired by Agatha Christies play The Unexpected Guest.

                                               

Amrutham Chandamamalo

Amrutham Chandamamalo is a 2014 Indian Telugu-language space comedy film starring Srinivas Avasarala, Harish, Vasu Inturi, Sivannarayana Naripeddi, Dhanya Balakrishna and Suchitra. The film is based on the Amrutham sitcom with Sivanarayana repris ...

                                               

An Affair to Forget

An Affair to Forget may refer to: "An Affair to Forget", an episode of the US sitcom Laverne & Shirley "An Affair to Forget", an episode of the Australian television drama McLeods Daughters "An Affair to Forget", an episode of the US sitcom Three ...

                                               

Guess Whos Coming to Lunch

Guess Whos Coming to Lunch may refer to: "Guess Whos Coming to Lunch", an episode of the Canadian animated television series Almost Naked Animals "Guess Whos Coming to Lunch", an episode of the British television sitcom A Class by Himself "Guess ...

                                               

Tyler Perrys Assisted Living

Tyler Perrys Assisted Living is an upcoming American Television sitcom created and produced by Tyler Perry that is set to air on BET in Fall 2020. David Mann and Tamela Mann will reprise their roles from Tyler Perrys Meet the Browns.

                                               

Questar Entertainment

Questar, Inc. is a Chicago-based film and television production and distribution company founded in 1985 with decades of experience contributing to consumer, educational, and institutional markets. Questar Entertainment has expanded throughout th ...

                                               

Kapamilya Channel

Kapamilya Channel is a Philippine pay television network owned and operated by ABS-CBN Corporation. The network began broadcast on June 13, 2020 at 5:30 a.m. with Kapamilya Daily Mass as their first program. The network was set up as an interim r ...

                                               

Ted Lasso (TV series)

Ted Lasso is an upcoming American sports comedy created by Bill Lawrence and Jason Sudeikis, and is a continuation of the character Sudeikis portrayed in a series of promos for NBC Sports coverage of the Premier League. It is scheduled to premier ...

                                               

At Home Alone Together

At Home Alone Together is an Australian comedy series which is a satire of lifestyle television in the era of lockdowns, self isolation and social distancing as a result of the Coronavirus disease 2019. The nine part series was produced by the AB ...

                                               

Laura Lexx

Laura Lexx was brought up in Taunton before studying drama at the University of Kent from 2005 to 2009, graduating with a masters degree. Lexx performed comedy whilst also working as a search engine optimiser before turning full time to comedy in ...

                                               

Sentimental Ward

Sentimental Ward is the fifth studio album by San Pedro-based punk band Toys That Kill, released on July 1, 2016 on Recess Records. An album release show was held at The Echo in Los Angeles.

                                               

John Baldecchi

John Baldecchi is a film producer known for The Mexican and Point Break. He is an executive producer on Happy Death Day and the sequel, Happy Death Day 2U along with Jason Blum with Blumhouse Productions and Universal Studios.

                                               

I May Destroy You

I May Destroy You is a British comedy-drama television series created, written, co-directed, and executive produced by Michaela Coel for BBC One and HBO. The series is set in London and stars Coel as Arabella, a young woman who must rebuild her l ...

                                               

Mike Larocca

Back from the Brink: Saved from Extinction, short, 2019 Quantum and Woody, upcoming The Drop, 2014 Relic, executive, 2020 Spy, executive, 2015 Oblivion, 2013 Extraction, 2020 The Warriors, upcoming 21 Bridges, 2019 Everything Everywhere All at On ...

                                               

List of Celebrity Family Feud episodes

Celebrity Family Feud is an American television game show, based on Family Feud created by Mark Goodson. The series is produced by Fremantle, with Feudin Productions for the first season and Triple Threat Productions for the subsequent seasons. I ...

                                               

Sleeping with the Enemy (disambiguation)

Sleeping with the Enemy, a 1991 film based on the Nancy Price novel "Sleeping with the Enemy", a 1995 season 3 episode of the television series, Frasier "Sleeping with the Enemy" The Simpsons, a 2004 episode of The Simpsons "Sleeping with the Ene ...

                                               

Cum Town

Cum Town is a comedy podcast founded in 2016 and hosted by New York City-based comedians Nick Mullen, Stavros Halkias and Adam Friedland. As of August 2019, Cum Town was the sixth highest earning podcast on Patreon. It has featured guests includi ...

                                               

Elephants Eggs in a Rhubarb Tree (TV series)

The show featured recitations of works from such writers as T.S Eliot, Hilaire Belloc, and Spike Milligan. The cast of the show would often dress up as the characters in the poems and songs that were being recited.

                                               

Doghouse (disambiguation)

A doghouse or dog house is a small shed commonly built in the shape of a little house intended for a dog. Doghouse may also refer to: "Doghouse", a song by Neil Young from the album Bluenote Cafe Dog House TV series, a 1990–91 Canadian comedy pro ...

                                               

Megan Stalter

Megan Stalter is an American comedian best known for her work in front-facing camera comedy. In her videos, which frequently go viral on Twitter and Instagram, Stalter specializes in desperate, deluded characters who are prone to theatricality, f ...

                                               

Dirty (2020 film)

Dirty is a 2020 short LGBT coming-of-age romantic drama film, written and directed by Matthew Puccini. It premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, where it was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize for Best Short Film. The film made its online ...

                                               

Jane Jenkins

Jane Jenkins is an American casting director best known for her feature film work on Jurassic Park, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, A Few Good Men, Apollo 13, The Princess Bride, Ghost, and Home Alone. She has cast more than 190 film and t ...

                                               

Angels Aint Listening

Angels Aint Listening is a song by Swedish musician Basshunter, released as a single on 29 May 2020 by Central Station Records, nextBird Records, Planetworks, PowerHouse, Roton, Teta Records, and Yeni Dunya Muzik. It was written by Basshunter, Ji ...

                                               

Klumpke

Julia Klumpke 1870–1961, American violinist and composer Dorothea Klumpke-Roberts 1861–1942, American-born French astronomer Augusta Dejerine-Klumpke 1859-1927, American-born French physician Anna Elizabeth Klumpke 1856–1942, American portrait an ...

                                               

Patrice Wood

Patrice Wood is an award-winning journalist, who works as the main news presenter for WJAR, the NBC affiliate in Providence, Rhode Island. She also serves as the education reporter and the Tuesday´s Child segment host. She was inducted into the R ...

                                               

Enchanted (Taylor Swift song)

Enchanted is a song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift and produced by Nathan Chapman and Swift. The song is about being infatuated by someone after meeting them for the first time. The song was confirmed to be inspir ...

                                               

Biron

France Chateau de Biron, in the village of Biron, Dordogne Biron, Dordogne, in the Dordogne department Biron, Charente-Maritime, in the Charente-Maritime department Biron, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques department United States ...

                                               

Dont Tell a Soul (film)

Dont Tell a Soul is an upcoming American drama thriller film, written and directed by Alex McAulay in his directorial debut. It stars Jack Dylan Grazer, Fionn Whitehead, Rainn Wilson and Mena Suvari. It was scheduled to have its world premiere at ...

                                               

Novoland: Pearl Eclipse

Novoland: Pearl Eclipse is an upcoming Chinese television series starring Yang Mi and William Chan, and is based on Xiao Ruses novel with the same name.

                                               

Order of Outstanding Merit

The Order of Outstanding Merit is made from 925 probe silver alloy plated with 0.25 micron thick gold. The order itself is an ruby colored eight-pointed star with scattered green colored triangles in between each end of the star. In the center is ...

                                               

Dixon House

by state then city Maynard and Edith Hamlin Dixon House and Studio, Mt. Carmel, Utah, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Kane County, Utah James Dixon Farm, Boonton, New Jersey, listed on the National Register of Historic Place ...

                                               

Hesione (disambiguation)

Hesione, in Greek mythology, is the daughter of Laomedon, and the sister of Priam, rescued from a sea-monster by the hero Heracles. Hesione may also refer to: Hesione, one of the names given for the wife of Nauplius, according to Cercops, as cite ...

                                               

Thomas Hartmann

Thomas Hartmann or Hartman may refer to: Tom Hartman, a character on the American soap opera parody Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman Thomas Hartmann footballer born 1967, Swiss football striker Thomas de Hartmann 1885–1956, Russian composer and associa ...

                                               

Small Axe (miniseries)

Small Axe is an upcoming British-American anthology series, created and directed by Steve McQueen. It is set to premiere on BBC One and Amazon Prime Video.

                                               

List of VTV dramas broadcast in 2007

Starting on 20 September 2007, VTV launched the first prime time slot for Vietnamese dramas. These dramas air from 21h10 to 22h, Monday to Friday on VTV1. Note: Cỏ long chong airs in prime time but not officially prime time slot for only Vietname ...

                                               

A Yake (Series)

A Yake is a 2018 Burmese dramatic television series. It is based on popular novel "A Yake" written by Ma Sandar. It aired on MRTV-4, on Monday to Friday at 19:00 for 31 episodes.

                                               

Hnin Si (Series)

Hnin Si is a 2019 Burmese dramatic television series. It was based on the popular novel "Hnin Si" written by Ma Sandar. It aired on MRTV-4, on Monday to Friday at 19:00 for 22 episodes.

                                               

AutoAI

Automated Artificial Intelligence is a variation of the automated machine learning, or AutoML, technology, which extends the automation of model building towards automation of the full life cycle of a machine learning model. It applies intelligen ...

                                               

Quasi-random graph

In graph theory, there are several notions as to what it means for a sequence of graphs to be "random-like". Roughly speaking, we would like to call a sequence of graphs "random-like" if certain graph properties of the sequence are reasonably sim ...

                                               

Nob Hill (disambiguation)

Nob Hill is a neighborhood in San Francisco. Nob Hill may also refer to: Nob Hill Foods, a trading name for the Raleys Supermarkets chain in the western United States Nob Hill, Virginia, an unincorporated community in Virginia Nob Hill at Guantan ...

                                               

Sunday Sinners

Sunday Sinners is a 1940 drama, comedy, musical and religious race film directed by and co-produced by and Jack Goldberg starring his wife Mamie Smith, Norman Astwood, Edna Mae Harris and Earl Sydnor.

                                               

Axone (film)

Axone is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film directed by Nicholas Kharkongor and produced by Saregama India - Yoodlee Films. The film stars Sayani Gupta, Vinay Pathak, Lin Laishram, Dolly Ahluwalia, Adil Hussain, Lanuakum Ao, Tenzin Da ...