A group of friends in the South confront the pressure of settling down and an unwillingness to grow up.
Four teenage boys get lost in the forest and discover, when they return home, that they are in an alternate world identical to theirs except for one startling difference - they were never born.
Nowhere Man is an American television series that aired from 1995 to 1996 starring Bruce Greenwood. Created by Lawrence Hertzog, the series aired Monday nights on UPN. Despite critical acclaim, including TV Guide's label of "The season's coolest hit," the show was cancelled after only one season.
South of Nowhere is an American teen drama television series created by Thomas W. Lynch. Aimed primarily at teenagers, it first aired on November 4, 2005 and was one of six original series on The N. The second half of the third and final season aired October 10, 2008 and the final episode aired on December 12, 2008. Live webisodes were also created to accompany each episode in the season 2 storyline, and were seen exclusively through The N's website on the Click. The show follows the lives of the members of the Carlin family as they adjust to moving from Ohio to Los Angeles, California. One of the main focuses include the relationship between Spencer Carlin and her bisexual friend, Ashley Davies. The close friendship between Ashley and Spencer led Spencer to question her own sexuality, a subject which created controversy before the show first aired. It was the first series on The N to deal with such a subject relating to the primary characters, and the first television show ever to have non-heterosexual teenagers as the top-billed characters.South of Nowhere has received outstanding reviews from TV Guide, The Boston Tribute, New York Post, New York Daily News, Entertainment Weekly, and Variety.
After brute passionate, Angela moves dispel to the little town in which she grew happening. This is her chance to reassess things and next her liveliness intervention in the region of track, if her connections don't infect every.
Wizard of Nowhere (Hangul: 오지의 마법사) is a South Korean travel-reality show on MBC TV that started airing on June 5, 2017. The cast of six, divided into two teams, goes to another country for three days. In those three days, they are given missions to do. Before midnight strikes, they must reach their destination for the day. The cast has no phones or wallets or money with them, or even personal belongings. All they have are the essentials from the producers: sleeping bags, tents, cooking equipment, utensils, and some hiking gear. Most of the time, they rely on hitchhiking to complete strangers to get around.
A nurse who has been hired to staff a remote outpost in the Australian outback unwittingly carries a stash of jewels taken in a foiled robbery. The robbers track her to the outback, and are determined to let nothing—and no one—get in the way of them retrieving their loot.
From the producers of Naked and Afraid comes 100 Miles From Nowhere, an Animal Planet series that follows adventurer Matt Galland and his two best buddies, Danny Bryson and Blake Josephson. In each episode, the trio of fun-loving regular guys chooses remote, extreme locations throughout the globe where cameras – let alone people – rarely have gone. Matt, Danny and Blake’s mission is straightforward: to get off life’s usual humdrum path for a more exciting, daring and off-the-beaten one. In just three or four days, the guys trek approximately 100 miles and burn up to 10,000 calories on foot, raft, skis and even skateboard while they document and shoot their own escapades with absolutely no crew. Every single second on the ground is self-shot. Each expedition causes major wear and tear on their bodies, so the guys must reach their bear box drops, which are pre-arranged at set points to replenish their supplies, strength and stamina. Their incredible journeys take them to extreme landscapes – including steep mountains, insufferably hot deserts, freezing-cold canyons and snakeinfested jungles. They push their endurance to the limit and sometimes even their friendship. The quests are never easy and are sometimes dangerous, but they always are packed with thrilling surprises and breathtaking footage of the planet’s splendor.
We're Getting Nowhere The Terrible Three talk back to your TV is a vlog that is posted Thursdays on AfterEllen where the three regular hosts Karman Kregloe, Jill Bennett and Dara Nai, talk about new episodes of various programs related mainly, but not exclusively to lesbian themed TV-shows. Series covered in the vlog include South of Nowhere, America's Next Top Model and The L Word. In the broadcasts episodes are recapped, re-enacting of various scenes with and without the use of sock puppets and other props may occur, relevant and irrelevant trivia and general opinions on the episode in question are shared with the audience. After recapping Season One of The L Word, WGN was retired.
Steven Rambam is a private investigator who has pursued suspects all over the world. He has conducted or coordinated foreign insurance-related probes, including those of hundreds of deaths, and a significant number have resulted in confessions, arrests and prosecutions. In "Nowhere to Hide," Rambam recounts the most dramatic cases from his extensive file -- just when criminals think they have it made, the world-renowned PI finds them and brings them to justice. Each hourlong story interweaves exclusive undercover surveillance clips with the exotic adventures, before concluding with the captures.
Boldly Going Nowhere was a proposed American television show for Fox. Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, and Charlie Day, the producers and stars of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, created the show along with their Always Sunny writers' assistant Adam Stein. While they did not plan to star in the show, they were the executive producers.
Going Nowhere Slowly is a South African cult travel-orientated television series directed by David Moore. It follows a number of off beat travellers as they cruise across Southern Africa, in an old American muscle car. Along the way, the characters share their thoughts and experiences, many times ending up in sticky situations, such as running out of gas, falling out of moving cars and with the occasional injury they move through the least travelled spots to find the unique and crazy people who bring the magic to those destinations. The show is completely unscripted. They travelled a total of 150 000 km in 176 episodes through the following countries, South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania and Madagascar This show managed to launch some of the characters careers as comedians, the well remembered characters include Vivienne Vermaak, Stuart Taylor, Marc Lottering, Ian Roberts and Fiona Coyne It has aired on SABC3 since 2005, when the first 13-episode season was shown. It was renewed by the SABC for an additional 153 Episodes over 6 more Seasons, the Series ended in 2009 after airing 176 episodes in 7 Seasons . In the United States, it is syndicated for broadcast on The Africa Channel. A book for the second season, Red Car Diaries, was published in 2006. This hit show syndicated across the planet, has become the most successful travel documentary out of Africa.
Max And Paddy's Road To Nowhere is the much-loved sequel to Peter Kay's critically-acclaimed comedy series, "Phoenix Nights". Written by and starring Peter Kay and Patrick McGuinness, this six-part comedy/drama series is the story of clueless Phoenix Club bouncers Max (Kay) and Paddy (McGuinness), as they escape clubland in their prized motor-home and take to the open highway.