Xie Lijun, a young married woman, is bored by her husband Wang Qiping and attracted to Chen Mengtian, a superficially more appealing and apparently richer man. Chen tells her not to worry if her husband discovers their involvement: he will simply have a lawyer friend start divorce proceedings.
Leila porter comes to dislike her husband James, a glue king who is always eating onions and looking sloppy. But after she divorces him and marries two-timing playboy Schuyler Van Sutphen the now-reformed James looks pretty good.
Han Seung-Joo is a single woman in her mid 30's and she works as a PD at a broadcasting station. She does well at her job, but she is not nearly as good when it comes to housework. Han Seung-Joo has a hard time dealing with social prejudices about single women. To get the position of a "married woman," Han Seung-Joo marries Oh Jak-Doo who lives in the mountain. Their marriage is not based on love, but their relationship develops romantically.
Story of pride of a young noble woman (Pream) who is forced into marriage with a Chinese-Thai business man (Grate) to save her home. Ying Ai is a royal descendant and a prideful woman. At a young age Ying Ai was taught by her father to hate Jao Sua, a Chinese-Thai business man and a friend of her mothers. Ying Ai also believes that her father's death was caused by Jao Sua. In order to save her home, the Prakardiat Palace, from debt her father left behind, Lady Rattanawalee (Ying Ai's mother) agrees to marry Jao Sua to pay part of the debt. But as matters become more difficult, as her Adopted Uncle Prasit refuses the money from Lady Rattanwalee and claims that the money must come from Ying Ai. In order to get the Palace, Prasit will go as far as to kill Ying Ai to acquire the Palace, forcing Jao Sua to to engage Ying Ai to his youngest son, Ram. As luck would have it Ram refuses the marriage, allowing Rab (who gladly wants to marry Ying Ai) to marry Ying Ai, allowing for Ram's mother to control her son to hate the first wife's children. But after marriage, Ying Ai is put in the middle of the conflict between Jao Sua and her father's past, forcing her to choose between Rab or her father. Will Ying Ai let go about the past and have a happy ending with Rab? Will Lady Rattanawalee finally explain the past to her daughter? Will Ying Ai finally give in to her heart's desire?
Fluke works as a waiter in a posh restaurant. He provides for himself well and is ambitious to boot. Care, his mother who is addicted to gambling, Kang and Namtaan are neighbors of Fluke and are just like real sisters. Lam Pao's is widowed, divorced from her husband. Despite her young age, but she has retained her beauty throughout her life. She is a high society, with many close friends. The triad of love relationships, betrayal and hope begins.
A drama about the shifting power in a marriage when the personal and political collide.
Khun Ton is a writer who writes romance novels. Pimmapa is a brand manager at a cosmetic brand called Naree. Story starts out with Khun Ton taking pictures at a villa on the mountains and accidently captures Pimmapa on his camera. He is immediately memorized by her beauty. They have a short encounter where he returns her lost phone to her and they go their separate ways. Long story short, Pimmapa comes back to Bangkok and finds out her boyfriend P'Eak cheated on her with two women on her wedding day. She meets Khun Ton again on her vacation and they being to hang out. They come back to Bangkok again separately and things happen that leads Pimmapa to the bar where she gets drunk and is saved by Khun Ton from being kidnapped by bad men. He takes her to her condo and as she is drunk, she tells him about her corrupted wedding day and her horrible cheating ex-boyfriend. Khun Ton comforts her and tells her that there are still many good men in the world. Pimmapa forces him to sign the marriage certificate that she still kept from the wedding day. After a bunch of convincing and making him feel guilty, Pimmapa successfully gets Khun Ton to sign the marriage certificate. The next morning, they both wake up and Pimmapa finds out they both are husband and wife because they signed the marriage certificate, but because it was not turned into the state's office(or something like that), the marriage was not official. However, Pimmapa convinces Khun Ton to pretend to be her husband for the sake of her parents and he agrees. They end up being fake husband and wife through the story but begins to develop real feelings towards each other because of their jealousy. Khun Ton is jealous of Pimmapa because her boss Khun Triwin is in love with her and tries to get close to her. Pimmapa is jealous of Khun Ton because his almost fiancée Karakade finally meets him and she wants him. She pretends to be a good girl in front of Khun Ton's grandma, but is actually a very evil person. Bad things happen because of third wheel people in the story that wants Khun Ton and Pimmapa to separate. However, Khun Ton's sister Mint and his cousin Kingkaew, Pimmapa's friends and family supports them being together, even though they all found out that the marriage was fake. In the end, the bad people loses and Khun Ton and pimmapa ends up together. The ending scene is at the same villa where Khun Ton first captured a picture of pimmapa. They hug, kiss and do all those lovey dovey things that happen in every thai lakorn.
Ploy plays a rich bratty woman who has gone through 2 failed marriages and one dead husband. Her best friend is played by Jui, a friend who is not really her friend. They are more like friend enemies. Jui has been having an affair with Ploy’s current husband who eventually dies in a car accident. Ploy finds out about the affair and ends their 13 year friendship. Also Jui’s character is pregnant with Ploy’s dead husband. Ploy finds love again with straight shooter Pope who loves her sincerely despite her terrible personality and sketchy history with men. They eventually get marry; however; problems with insecurities regarding trust starts to tear the couple down. The reappearance of Jui doesn’t help the couple either.
House Husband is a Bengali drama written and directed by Mahfuz Ahmed who is also a popular actor in Bangladesh. It was first aired on NTV Bangladesh in 2012.
Tsukasa Kobayashi has the appearance and educational background of an elite and earns a good salary, but he is actually incompetent at his job and makes mistakes frequently, earning the ire of his co-workers. Tsukasa was about to quit his job after much humiliation at work when he learns that his wife is pregnant.
Kaoru is an office lady you can find anywhere, serious and works diligently, but her husband is a super otaku and more-or-less a NEET. She is caught up in one of her husband's whims one day or the subject of his concerns another, but the two are so close that it's embarrassing to even watch them!
My Husband and I was a short-lived black-and-white British sitcom starring Evelyn Laye and her husband Frank Lawton, who played themselves. It ran for seven episodes in 1956. My Husband and I was written by Geoffrey Kerr and James Leasor. It was made for the ITV network by Associated-Rediffusion.
My Husband and I is a British sitcom that aired on ITV from 1987 to 1988. Starring Mollie Sugden and her husband William Moore, it was written by Pam Valentine and Michael Ashton.
My Favorite Husband is the name of an American radio program and network television series. The original radio show, co-starring Lucille Ball, was the initial basis for what evolved into the groundbreaking TV sitcom I Love Lucy. The series was based on the novels Mr. and Mrs. Cugat, the Record of a Happy Marriage and Outside Eden written by Isabel Scott Rorick, which had previously been adapted into the Paramount Pictures feature film Are Husbands Necessary?, co-starring Ray Milland and Betty Field.
Raising a Husband was an Australian television game show which aired in 1957 to 1958. Information on this series is extremely scarce. Based on a radio show, it was hosted by Alwyn Kurts, aired on station GTV-9 in Melbourne, and was produced by Crawford Productions. Crawford also produced several other 1950s Australian television series, including the game show Wedding Day, comedy series Take That, and children's series Peters Club.
Julieta is quite happy in her relationship with her live in boyfriend, Robert... and thrilled that she won't have to deal with in-laws since Robert doesn't know his family. Things start going downhill for the couple when they rent an apartment from a very eccentric family dealing with a traumatic incident from their past.
My Husband Got a Family centers on a working woman named Cha Yoon-hee as her husband, who was put up for international adoption, reunites with his biological parents. Yoon-hee faces the unexpected burden of having to build a relationship with her new-found in-laws.
You Must Be the Husband is a British comedy television series starring Tim Brooke-Taylor in the title role of Tom Hammond, and Diane Keen as his wife, Alice Hammond, with Sheila Steafel as Alice's literary agent, Miranda Shaw. Tom and Alice Hammond are a happily married couple who become extremely wealthy when Alice suddenly becomes a best-selling author.
Bring Your Husband To Heel was a "hidden camera" documentary series produced by Talkback Thames and shown on BBC Two in 2005. The show featured a professional dog trainer, Annie Clayton, teaching women to use dog training techniques to improve the behaviour of their husbands. The men participating in the programme were told that they were actually taking part in a show about relationship roles. The BBC received a large number of complaints about the show, with some claiming the show was "sexist, offensive and degrading", "grossly insulting", and "insulting to men and insulting the intelligence of women". The BBC claimed the series "plays on the long-standing stereotype of wives nagging husbands about their failings". Ofcom later ruled that the show was not sexist: "It was clear from the context that the programme was not seriously proposing a demeaning view of men." In the Evening Standard, the TV critic Victor Lewis-Smith described the programme as "brainless dross", criticized the BBC for commissioning the series and said that "you'd have to have an IQ commensurate with your shoe size to find this old boot [Clayton] entertaining". Garry Bushell listed it as the worst new show of 2005 in a column in The People.