A U.S. Army general alerts the president of a planned military coup against him.
Devil May Cry is an anime series based on the video game series by Capcom. It debuted on the WOWOW TV network in Japan on June 14, 2007 and ran 12 episodes. The show was produced by the anime studio Madhouse and was directed by Shin Itagaki. Bingo Morihashi, one of the writers for the second, third and fourth games, was also on the writing staff. A teaser-trailer, released on the show's official site, featured pre-production artwork of Dante, the primary protagonist and playable character of the video games, and confirmed him as the show's protagonist. A second trailer released at the 2007 Tokyo International Anime Fair showed actual animation from the show and included a character and cast list, featuring both new characters and other characters from the games. The first episode aired in Japan on June 14, 2007. On June 30, 2007, at Anime Expo 07, it was announced that ADV Films had licensed the show. However, in 2008, it became one of more than 30 titles that were transferred to Funimation Entertainment. The series made its North American television debut when it started airing on the FUNimation Channel September 6th, 2010.
Kanji Senkawa receives requests which the police or private investigators can't handle. He solves the cases by threatening people. Kanji Senkawa meets wealthy university student Mio Kanesaka. She has a good heart and and can't ignore those in difficult situations. Kanji and Mio get involved in various cases including voice phishing and kidnappings.
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.
When we look around our homes, sheds and garages we see an array of household objects that with one click of a button or twist of a knob will spring to life, and - most of the time - do exactly what we want them to. But how on earth do these objects work? To find out, James May (fuelled by endless cups of tea) heads into his workshop with thousands of little pieces to assemble some of our most beloved and recognisable objects from scratch to see what it actually takes to get them to work.
An idyllic picture of 1950's rural England as seen through the lives of the Larkins, a farm family living in Kent. The show revolves around Pa Larkin, a man of a kind and mischievous nature with a penchant for getting into scrapes and talking his way out of them with equal equanimity; and his daughters, as they deal with growing up and discovering the joys and sorrows of young love.
Workaholic program director Lee Ahn (Choi Soo Young, Girls’ Generation, Squad 38) is in love with her long-time boyfriend Kim Jin Young (Shim Hee Sup, Rebel: Thief of the People). She can’t imagine life without him. And when Kim Jin Young passes away in a car accident, she has to. All Lee Ahn has left of Kim Jin Young is his smartphone. He died trying to say something to her, and the phone holds the key to what it was. The phone also has a four-digit passcode. Lee Ahn doesn’t know what it is. She only has ten tries to figure out the code, and what he wanted to say to her before he died. Super nice guy Kim Jin Young (Lee Won Geun, Queen of Mystery) is the latest production director to join Lee Ahn’s team. He doesn’t know why Lee Ahn doesn’t refer to him by name. His somewhat obnoxious niceness also means that the depressed Lee Ahn takes an instant disliking to him. Kim Jin Young still falls for Lee Ahn, and he is determined to win her over. Between navigating her feelings for the two Kim Jin Youngs, Lee Ahn soon learns that smartphones connect us to the world of social media, but that is very different from actually connecting with the people we know. Also known as “People You May Know” and “A Person You Could Know,” Someone You May Know is directed by Im Hyun Wook (My Wife’s Having an Affair This Week). The series originally streamed on Naver TV Cast from July 31, 2017 to Aug 11, 2017 at 7:00AM daily, with a subsequent run on jTBC from October 02, 2017 to October 30, 2017, airing two episodes back-to-back at 11:00PM every Monday.
Comedy about a Pinner solictor who falls for a woman half his age.
Revealing the dark truth that aviation safety improves one crash at a time, Mayday investigates legendary aviation disasters to find out what went wrong and why. Based on cockpit voice recorders, accident reports and eyewitness accounts, every episode also features interviews, state-of-the-art CGI and gripping reenactments.
May Queen is a 2012 South Korean television melodrama series about three people who experience ambition, revenge, betrayal and love, against the backdrop of the shipbuilding industry in Ulsan during Korea's modernization. It stars Han Ji-hye, Kim Jae-won and Jae Hee.
May Minamahal is a 1993 Filipino film produced by Star Cinema and was turned into a TV series by ABS-CBN. It is the third installment of ABS-CBN's Sineserye Presents.
Akiko and her 25-year old daughter Mizuki are best friends and are closer than most mother and daughters. Akiko feels that Mizuki is growing distant from her due to her new boyfriend and decides to seduce him.
May Tamang Balita is a Filipino satirical newscast television program that airs on GMA News TV. The original hosts of the show were Janna Dominguez, Maey Bautista, Ramon Bautista and Sheena Halili, but Dominguez left the show for unknown reasons around October 2011, and was later substituted by comedienne Boobay Balbuena. Later on, Halili also left the show, probably due to schedule conflicts, and was replaced by Jinri Park, one of the air-staff of Monster Radio RX 93.1. Currently, the show's presentors are Park. Balbuena, and the two Bautistas. The field of reporters of the show refer themselves as "May Tama".
Fourteen Days in May is a documentary directed by Paul Hamann and originally shown on television by the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1987. The programme recounts the final days before the execution of Edward Earl Johnson, an American prisoner convicted of rape and murder and imprisoned in the Mississippi State Penitentiary. Johnson protested his innocence and claimed that his confession had been made under duress. He was executed in Mississippi's gas chamber on 20 May 1987. The documentary crew, given access to the prison warden, guards and chaplain and to Johnson and his family, filmed the last days of Johnson's life in detail. The documentary argues against the death penalty and maintains that capital punishment is disproportionately applied to African-Americans convicted of crimes against whites. The programme features attorney Clive Stafford Smith, a noted advocate against capital punishment. Fourteen Days in May won a British Film Institute Grierson Award and a top prize at the Festival dei Populi. It has been shown in many countries but has only appeared in an abbreviated form in the United States, on HBO. Hamann disowned this shortened version. It was in direct response to this documentary that the Lifelines organisation was set up, to organise pen pals for death row prisoners.
You May Be Right was an Australian television game show, jointly produced by dSPBeyond & the Seven Network, and was hosted by Dancing With The Stars judge Todd McKenney. The show was aired on Sunday nights at 7:30pm and premiered on 13 August 2006. The format pitted two teams of Australian celebrities against each other, testing their knowledge on movies, music and television. Among the games involved are: Check It Out, Crate Expectations, Face Race, Looney Tunes, Slay That Song and What Happened Next. The show's in-house band is the Scared Weird Little Guys. The original working title for the pilot was Famous, but was later changed to its current title. The show was based on the Swedish concept Doobidoo.