A Miss Mallard Mystery is a Sino-Canadian mystery animated series produced by Cinar and Shanghai Animation Film Studio for the Teletoon network and OTV, loosely based on the Robert Quackenbush book series. Each show focuses on Miss Mallard and her nephew Willard Widgeon as they visit various places around the world, solving mysteries. All characters in the show are ducks or resemble ducks.
A group of university students who belong to the same tennis club, Shino Yuta, Sakurada Miki, Sasaki Rinka, Takano Natsu, Fueki Mana, Tachibana Satsuki and Sakurada Wataru, go on a graduation trip to a cottage in the mountains in winter. Although the seven members seem to be good friends, each of them actually has secrets which they cannot tell anyone about; hidden feelings of love and jealousy. Yuta, the cool and brilliant president of the club, is attracted to the sociable and trusting Miki, and intends to tell her about his feelings on this trip, but things do not work out the way he wants. Miki is dating Yuta’s good friend, the free-spirited Natsu and is so into him that she is blind to her surroundings. The seven friends have conflicting positions and when love starts to go down the tubes, a murder occurs like a bolt from the blue. Amid the fear and doubt, hidden emotions begin to come into the open through exchanges which probe each other’s intentions.
This drama focuses on the life of Jung Yak Yong, a gifted scholar from Joseon who also had a keen eye for investigation.
General Rouge no Gaisen is a 12-episode Japanese medical drama television series broadcast in 2010, a sequel to the series Team Batista no Eikō. Atsushi Itō and Tōru Nakamura reprised their lead roles. The initial season of "Team Batista" aired on Fuji TV in late 2008 and pulled in strong ratings, leading to a follow-up last October in the special episode "Nightingale no Chinmoku." The dramas were based on the first two novels in a best-selling medical mystery series by writer Takeru Kaido. The new season is based on the third novel, General Rouge no Gaisen. Both "Team Batista no Eiko" and "General Rouge no Gaisen" have also been adapted as a feature films, starring Yuko Takeuchi and Hiroshi Abe. Fuji TV will broadcast "Team Batista 2: General Rouge no Gaisen" on Tuesdays at 10:00pm, beginning on April 6. New cast members this time include Hidetoshi Nishijima, Ai Kato and Miho Shiraishi.
'Til Death Do Us Part was a legal drama television series that debuted on Court TV on March 19, 2007; not to be confused with the similarly named Fox sitcom 'Til Death. 'Til Death Do Us Part goes by the motto "To Love, Honor, and Perish".
Ben March’s mundane life is transformed when he becomes convinced he’s been bitten by a werewolf loose in the suburban sprawl of Reseda. As strange events begin to occur, Ben embraces his new “wolfman” identity wholeheartedly. He ascends at work, gets the attention of unattainable women, and becomes a leader amongst his colleagues and friends. Ben forms his very own “wolfpack,” and together they find new confidence and freedom.
Could it be coincidence that on the day that An Zaiyong, a respected, high-profile anchor of BIGTV News, is about to expose a major corporate scandal, he is suddenly arrested for killing his girlfriend? As his fellow news journalists cover the sensational news, Zaiyong not only loses his job but also all of his friends. Leading the charge of the “trial by media” is tabloid reporter Hong Xiaolu of Channel X. But could Xiaolu turn out to be his only ally in investigating the wrongful charges to help clear Zaiyong’s name and prove his innocence?
A Polish award winning comedy/educational animated series.
La Familia de al Lado is a Chilean telenovela based on one of José Ignacio Valenzuela's books. The telenovela was produced by the Chilean national channel TVN and aired by the same channel from September, 2010 through March, 2011, and stars Álvaro Rudolphy, María Elena Swett, Jorge Zabaleta, and Cristián Arriagada. La Casa de al Lado is a remake of the original telenovela adapted by José Ignacio Valenzuela and produced by the American Spanish-language network Telemundo.
Red Garden is a Japanese animated television program produced by Gonzo studios and broadcast in Japan on TV Asahi since October 3, 2006. The plot revolves around four girls who become involved in a series of supernatural murders happening throughout the vicinity of a fictional depiction of New York City. It combines elements from typical American movie productions like horror, drama, mystery and musicals. An OVA sequel called Dead Girls was released in Japan, on August 8, 2007. A manga of the same title began serialization in the seinen manga magazine Comic Birz on August 30, 2006. The first tankōbon was released on February 24, 2007. Red Garden employs a technique often used by animated productions outside Japan, but rarely used in Japanese animation. The characters' dialogue is animated after the work of the voice cast, synchronizing the animation with the voice actors' voices. The synchronization is particularly evident in scenes where characters are singing. Red Garden was licensed for release in English by ADV Films for $660,000 and the first DVD was released on September 18, 2007. ADV Films' Anime Network began airing the anime on September 13, 2007 on their Subscription On Demand platform. On March 6, 2008 the anime began airing on their Free On Demand platform. FUNimation now has licensing rights to Red Garden.
Q.E.D. is a detective manga, created and produced by Motohiro Katou. Sou Touma, is a university graduate who encounters a variety of investigative cases after returning to Japan from the US. He works with his friend, Kana Mizuhara, combining his deductive skills with Mizuhara's social gifts. Q.E.D. has sold over 3 million copies in Japan and has been adapted as a live-action TV series.
.hack//Liminality is an OVA series directly related to the .hack video game series for the PlayStation 2, with the perspective of Liminality focused on the real world as opposed to the games' MMORPG The World. Liminality was separated into four volumes; each volume was released with its corresponding game. The initial episode is 45 minutes long, while subsequent episodes are 30 minutes long. The video series was directed by Koichi Mashimo, written by Kazunori Itō with music by Yuki Kajiura. Primary Animation production was handled by Mashimo's studio Bee Train which collaborated for the four games as well as handled major production on .hack//Sign.