A mystery set in the environs of Lausanne concerning several plots which wind their way through the elegant homesteads of a couple of well-heeled French-Swiss denizens. Mika is the couture-attired, oh-so-perfect head of Muller Chocolates--a company that manufactures Swiss chocolates. Andre is her suave, concert pianist husband whose first wife died years ago in a mysterious car accident. When Jeanne, a beautiful young woman, enters the home of Mika and Andre, raising questions about her possible relationship to the family, tensions mount, alliances shift, and all the while, Mika prepares and faithfully serves her special recipe for hot chocolate each evening.
A laugh-at-itself, satirical look at the late-night TV landscape, set behind the scenes of the fictitious talk show Nightcap With Jimmy.
This is a simple plot which contains the realities of life in its episodes.It is alike any TV soap and ends up every plot with a passionate lovemaking
Nightcap is a Canadian comedy and variety television series which aired on CBC Television from 1963 to 1967.
Nightcap is a Canadian musical variety television series which aired on CBC Television from 1953 to 1954.
The NightCap was an Australian television talk show broadcast on Seven HD. It was the first Australian television program to be produced exclusively for a HDTV multichannel. The show began broadcasting on the 12 February 2008 and screened every Tuesday and Thursday night at 10.30pm. It was cancelled after the Easter 2008 television non-ratings period. The show was hosted by Seven News sports anchor Matt White alongside a panel that included former Ten News and Today host Jessica Rowe, former Sunrise weather presenter Monique Wright and Triple M radio host Paul Murray. The show was created by Adam Boland, who was an executive producer for Sunrise and The Morning Show on the Seven Network.