My Secret Identity was a Canadian television series starring Jerry O'Connell and Derek McGrath. Originally broadcast from October 9, 1988 – May 25, 1991 on CTV in Canada, the series also aired in syndication in the United States. The series won the 1989 International Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Programming for Children and Young People.
Mio Mao, also known as Mio and Mao, is an Italian-British children's TV show produced by Misseri Studios, HiT Entertainment & Mad Mouse Productions, L+H Films, Cartoonito and Channel 5. The series was produced using Claymation animation. The first series of Mio Mao was aired from 1974 to 1976. New episodes were produced in late 2005 in association with Channel 5, followed by yet another series of episodes in 2009. The music was composed by Piero Barbetti. In the U.K., the episodes are narrated by Derek Griffiths and shown on Channel 5, and its sister channel, 5*. Although occasional episodes are listed separately in TV guides, many are also shown as part of Channel 5's Milkshake programme and Tiny Pop and Cartoonito. The show is now available through the Demand 5 online viewing service. In 1993, the program was shown in the UK. on Channel 4's early morning Take 5 line-up. Currently the episodes are shown in the US on the BabyFirstTV and BabyTV channel.
Amico mio is a 1993 Italian-German television series set in a children's hospital and stars Massimo Dapporto. The series, which focuses on the stories of Dr. Magri and his colleagues in the department of pediatrics of San Carlo di Nancy hospital in Rome, aired for two seasons on Rai 2 and then Canale 5, as well as on ZDF in Germany.
Amor Mío is a Spanish language comedy telecomedy, produced in Argentina by Telefe and for Mexico by Televisa. This romantic comedy features Abril Juárez and Marcos Sinclair, two singles who are forced to share an apartment in Buenos Aires even though they cannot stand each other. The show is also known as Loony Love and My Sweet Love. Two versions of this show were shot at the Telefe studios in Buenos Aires. The first, which aired in Argentina, stars Romina Yan and Damián de Santo. The second, aimed at a Mexican audience, stars Vanessa Guzmán and Raúl Araiza. Telemundo first aired the Mexican version in the US from October 25, 2006 until February 9, 2007, then announced that the unaired episodes will air in the future. Amor Mío is the first Televisa program ever aired on Telemundo. While Televisa has an exclusive deal with Univision until 2017, Telefe kept the distribution rights for the US and Puerto Rico, then sold the show to Telemundo. As with most of its other soap operas, Telemundo broadcast this program during its prime-time run with English subtitles as closed captions on CC3.
Io e mio figlio – Nuove storie per il commissario Vivaldi is an Italian television series.
Rascal the Raccoon is a Japanese anime series by Nippon Animation. It is based on the 1963 autobiographical novel "Rascal, A Memoir of a Better Era" by Sterling North.
Mexican superstar actress Kate del Castillo reveals the untold story of her encounter with El Chapo Guzmán, the world’s most-wanted drug lord.
Step by Step is an American television sitcom that starred Patrick Duffy and Suzanne Somers as two single parents, who spontaneously get married after meeting one another during a vacation, resulting in them becoming the heads of a large blended family. The series aired for seven seasons, originally running on ABC as part of their TGIF lineup on Friday nights from September 20, 1991 to August 15, 1997, and was canceled by the network after six seasons, reportedly due to declining ratings. The series was picked up on CBS and aired on that network from September 19, 1997 to June 26, 1998 for its seventh and final season.