Close to Home is an American crime drama television series co-produced by Warner Bros. Television and Jerry Bruckheimer Television for CBS. While in pre-production the series was known as American Crime. It first aired from October 4, 2005 to May 11, 2007 and starred actress Jennifer Finnigan as Annabeth Chase, a Deputy Prosecutor for Marion County, Indiana. Created by Jim Leonard, the series was primarily filmed in Southern California. The score composer was Michael A. Levine. On May 16, 2007, the series was officially canceled by CBS.
The son of a world famous mystery writer, Jimmy Kudo, has achieved his own notoriety by assisting the local police as a student detective. He has always been able to solve the most difficult of criminal cases using his wits and power of reason.
Deputy Police Chief Brenda Jean Johnson transfers from Atlanta to LA to head up a special unit of the LAPD that handles sensitive, high-profile murder cases. Johnson's quirky personality and hard-nosed approach often rubs her colleagues the wrong way, but her reputation as one of the world's best interrogator eventually wins over even her toughest critics.
A young woman is forced to return to her trailer-park beginnings after her political career is derailed by a sex scandal.
Some of this year's most talked about talent open up about the challenges and triumphs of creating critically acclaimed series and performances.
Too Close for Comfort is an American television sitcom which ran on the ABC network from November 11, 1980 until May 5, 1983, and in first-run syndication from April 7, 1984 until September 27, 1986. It was modeled after the British series Keep It in the Family, which premiered nine months before Too Close for Comfort debuted in the U.S. Its name was changed to The Ted Knight Show when the show was retooled for its final season.
A British intelligence officer has to ensure that a captured German scientist helps the British develop jet aircraft.
BFFs Kate and Michael, who are both deaf and live in Los Angeles, are about to face new challenges - including a bad breakup, being tokenized at work and a troubling secret - all of which test their bond in surprising ways.
Series presented by Nick Knowles which shows the split-second moments when everyday events are transformed into disasters and meets the people who lived to tell the tale.
A surreal take on transitioning from 20-something to 30-something centering on a married couple juggling such everyday challenges as parenthood, friendship, ham theft, stripper clowns and choosing the right day care.
Up Close is a sports interview show that aired on ESPN for 20 years.
Drama series about the varied lives of a couple and their three grown-up daughters.
Close Up was a half-hour-long New Zealand current affairs programme produced by Television New Zealand. The programme aired at 7.00 pm weeknights on TV ONE and was presented by Mark Sainsbury with Mike Hosking as the back-up supporting host. The last edition was broadcast on 30 November 2012. The show was the country's most watched night news and current affairs show. The new Close Up began broadcasting on 2 November 2004 as a replacement for the Holmes show immediately after Paul Holmes announced his resignation from TVNZ and that he would be presenting a similar show on Prime in 2005. The show was originally branded as Close Up at 7 using the existing Holmes studio but when the show relaunched in 2005 it was just branded as Close Up with a new-look studio. Close Up was hosted by Susan Wood from its first show in 2004 until 4 December 2006, when she resigned from TVNZ, citing health problems. Close Up competed with the TV3 current affairs show Campbell Live, and shares the same time slot with TV2 drama Shortland Street. In September 2012, TVNZ announced plans to cancel Close Up and announced its replacement of Seven Sharp.
Up Close & Personal with PZ was an Indian celebrity-based chat show hosted by Preity Zinta.
Reenactments of alien encounters.