An Indian Vietnam veteran trains five street punks in the Everglades to fight vice in Miami.
The anime takes place in Osaka in "AD20XX," and revolves around the Hand Shakers—partners who can summon "Nimrodes," weapons born from their deep psyche by joining hands. In order to grant the pair's wish, the Hand Shakers compete with and fight other Hand Shaker pairs. The top pair will then meet and challenge "God." "They, the receivers of the Revelation of Babel. They, the challengers to God. They, who inevitably throw themselves into battle with their partners. What does God want from them? And did they want powers exceeding that of Gods? The chosen ones, their souls linked, join hand and hand for the Ziggurat where the fighting shall ensue."
A morally corrupt judge suffers a breakdown and believes that God is speaking directly to him, compelling him onto a path of vigilante justice.
Tetsu Himokura is a parasitologist. He enjoys researching the lives of parasites at his home laboratory and he barely leaves his home. He also has assistant Haruma Takaie to help him. Tetsu Himokura's right hand is a robotic prosthetic hand. He is very smart, but blunt to others.
Is there an app to help you get the woman you love? Kim Hong Sik is a shy young man who returns to college after serving his mandatory military service. He discovers an app called T-Scope that helps him to see other people’s secret messages. Can he use it to help him capture the heart of the “Queen of the Engineering College”, whom he has secretly loved for years?
The Upper Hand is a British television sitcom, produced by Central Independent Television and Columbia Pictures Television and broadcast by ITV from 1990 to 1996. The programme was adapted from the American sitcom Who's the Boss?. As in the former series, an affluent single woman, raising a son with the help of her mother, hires a housekeeper only to have a man apply for the job.
Hand in Hand is a Ugandan soap opera created to promote vocational training and the field of craftsmanship in the country. The first series was launched in October 2005 and ran until December of the same year. The show was produced by Great Lakes Film Production with funding from the Ugandan Ministry of Education and Sports and the German State Development Bank. Other sponsors include Coca-Cola, Uganda Telecom and the German Technical Cooperation. The show is performed by an ensemble cast made up of exclusively Ugandan actors. Central themes include vocational training, women's rights/sexism, alcoholism and HIV/AIDS. The show is ground-breaking in that it addresses these issues, but also in the fact that it uses the medium of film and television to present them, when film and media are not yet a key aspect of Ugandan culture. Ellen Görlich, the show's producer and head of Great Lakes Film Production, has been working in recent years to make the medium more well known in Uganda.
Hand aufs Herz is a German television soap opera and premiered on October 4, 2010 on the private broadcasting station Sat.1. It got canceled in June 2011, announcing the series finale for September 5, 2011. However that changed when Sat.1 decided to drop the show from its line-up and sixx was announced to air the remaining episodes; with a one-hour series finale on September 2, 2011. The show focuses around a fictional high school in Cologne and tackles with young love, a marriage crisis, a mysterious disappearance, schemes and competition fights, coming out, drug abuse, career chances and forbidden feelings. Hand aufs Herz also introduces something completely new to the genre of a soap opera by including music and dance as one of the main elements. It has been compared to the successful American television show a hit TV show, Glee and the High School Musical franchise. Even though it started out as a musical series, the show shifts its stories from that plot even though it remains a part of the series. Hand aufs Herz started two weeks after the failed daily drama Eine wie keine aired its final episode due to low ratings. The show is in direct competition with the long-running soap opera Verbotene Liebe and is starring with Vanessa Jung and Andreas Jancke two of its former stars.
Hand Model Guru, Sophie Lin, mentors newcomer, Cameron, through the thrilling and neurotic world of hand modeling. After Cameron experiences an uncommonly fast rise to fame, temptations of "Face Acting" put their friendship to the test.
Hand Maid May is an anime series directed by Shinichiro Kimura, produced by Pioneer Animation and animated by TNK. The anime aired ten episodes on WOWOW between July 6 and September 22, 2000, and an OVA was bundled with a DVD box set released on February 21, 2001. It centers on the adventures of the main character, Kazuya Saotome, and a robotic Cyberdoll named May. Formerly available from Pioneer/Geneon in the United States, it is now out of print.
After 17 years in captivity, Israeli soldiers Nimrode Klein, Uri Zach, and Amiel Ben Horin return home to the country that made them national icons. They work to overcome the trauma of torture and captivity while settling back into their interrupted family lives. Meanwhile, the military psychiatrist assigned to them finds discrepancies in the soldiers' testimonies, and launches an investigation to discover what they are hiding.
The Right Hand is a Canadian reality TV series airing on The Movie Network and Movie Central. It follows Brandon MacIntosh, a film school graduate from Ayr, Ontario, hired as production assistant for Porno Dan, the owner of Immoral Productions, an upstart adult entertainment company, operating out of Las Vegas.
Produced by Dan Lagana of "Zach Stone" and inspired by "Oobi", this upcoming comedy pilot from Disney Channel stars Steele Stebbins as an eccentric teen named Jeff Halsey. When Jeff wakes up one morning with a talking face drawn on his right hand, he gets a permanent best friend who's always by his side. Jeff names his new friend Guy and soon discovers that Guy is a natural-born (or, natural-drawn) athlete with charisma and charm.
Second Hand Stories is an American nonfiction television program produced by WNET. It debuted PBS on October 14, 2005, and is co-created and hosted by Christopher Wilcha and John Freyer. The premise of the series is that Wilcha and Freyer travel throughout the United States in a decommissioned Chevrolet ambulance, visiting yard sales, thrift stores, auctions, and other related gatherings to find obsolete pop culture items and unique Americana. The executive producers of the series are Mark Mannucci and Jeff Folmsbee.
Set in a dystopian future, a woman is forced to live as a concubine under a fundamentalist theocratic dictatorship. A TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel.
Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life is a Japanese short CG anime series based on a short journal column created by Supercell member Yoshiki Usa and illustrator Tomoko Fujinoki.