A tragically warped teenage boy plagued by a poor, dysfunctional family and psychological illness is pushed to the limit, and breaks from reality. How far is too far?
Father Michael, a Catholic priest presiding over a Northern urban parish who is Modern, maverick, and reassuringly flawed; must be confidante, counselor and confessor to a congregation struggling to reconcile its beliefs with the challenges of daily life.
Broken Trail is a 2006 Western miniseries directed by Walter Hill and starring Robert Duvall and Thomas Haden Church. Written by Alan Geoffrion, who also wrote the novel, the story is about an aging cowboy and his nephew who transport 500 horses from Oregon to Wyoming to sell them to the British Army. Along the way, their simple horse drive is complicated when they rescue five Chinese girls from a slave trader, saving them from a life of prostitution and indentured servitude. Compelled to do the right thing, they take the girls with them as they continue their perilous trek across the frontier, followed by a vicious gang of killers sent by the whorehouse madam who originally paid for the girls. Broken Trail weaves together two historical events: the British buying horses in the American West in the late 19th century and Chinese women being transported from the West Coast to the interior to serve as prostitutes. Filmed on location in Calgary, Alberta, the miniseries originally aired on American Movie Classics as its first original film. Broken Trail received 4 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Miniseries, Outstanding Casting for a Miniseries, Movie, or a Special, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie.
Broken News is a comedy programme shown on BBC Two in autumn 2005 and in Australia on SBS-TV from the 17 July 2006. The show poked fun at the world of 24-hour rolling news channels. The title of the show is a play on the phrase "breaking news". The show jump cut between its various spoof TV channels, which covered both the central story and other stories that would be of interest to their audience. A large part of the comedy came from observations about the nature of news presentation rather than the stories themselves.
Broken Arrow is a Western series which ran on ABC-TV in prime time from 1956 through 1958 on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Eastern time. Repeat episodes were shown by ABC on Sunday afternoons during the 1959–60 season. Selected repeats were then shown once again in prime time during the summer of 1960.
Hall of Fame professional wrestler Steve Austin invites eight elite athletes to his ranch each week to compete in head-to-head battles until only one is left standing. That man or woman then takes on Steve's personal obstacle course, the Skullbuster, for a chance to win $10,000.
Persuaded by promises of a better life, three young women are sold into prostitution and must risk their lives and their families to escape.
In the continent of Cruzon, an impending war between the Kingdom of Krisna and the nation of Athens is brimming. The people of this land are able to use quartz for whatever purpose they desire. Yet one person, Rygart Arrow, is not. He is an "un-sorcerer," a person unable to use quartz. But this characteristic will enable him to pilot an ancient Golem, one strong enough to put up a fight against the invading army of Athens.
Broken Badges is an American-Canadian police drama that aired on CBS from November 24, 1990 to December 22, 1990 and in June 1991. The series was co-created by Stephen J. Cannell.
A group gathered at an inn, consisting of Jonric the 27th (Lv.4 Human Warrior, played by Husky Starcraft), Violet (Lv.22 Succubus Thief, played by Rosanna Pansino) and Aggie (Lv.67 Were-Lizard Mage, played by Dodger Leigh), set out to rescue Jonric's girlfriend, Princess Tulip, from her captor Sid (Lv.12 Human Nimrod, played by Michael Davis) and his henchman Yorks (Lv.34 Goat-Slug Minion; played by Jesse Cox). Misadventures ensue, as the tone is parodic in nature.
Broken Vow is a Filipino drama series created and written by Dode Cruz, under the direction of Gil Tejada, Jr. and produced by GMA Network. The series starred Bianca King, Luis Alandy, Gabby Eigenmann and Rochelle Pangilinan as the four lead characters. It premiered February 6, 2012 replacing Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Langit in GMA Afternoon Prime block and February 8, 2012 worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV. This series follows the story of Melissa, Felix, Roberto and Rebecca, the four protagonists whose lives and loves entangled by deception, obsession, broken love and broken promises. Originally slated to air for just one season, the series awarded several extensions after it scores massive success in television ratings, both in Urban Luzon, Mega Manila and National Urban Philippines, outshining its competition in the afternoon slot. The series is set to conclude on June 15, 2012 and to be replaced by Faithfully. It ran for 19 weeks with 93 episodes all in all.
Santa Diabla is the story of Santa Martínez, a woman who seeks revenge for the murder of her husband Willy Delgado.
Boulevard of Broken Dreams is an American documentary series that aired the E! television network from January to March 2007. The series focuses on stories about celebrities who have struggled with fame, staged major comebacks after falling from grace, or who met untimely ends.
The Broken Horseshoe was a British television series first aired by the BBC in 1952 featuring John Robinson, John Byron, Andrew Crawford and Robert Adair. A crime thriller series the plot is based around a public-spirited doctor's involvement with a horse-doping gang after he protects a young woman who is a witness to a murder carried out by the syndicate. It was written by Francis Durbridge and aired in six half-hour parts. It was the first thriller serial aired by the BBC.
Broken House Chronicles is a Canadian television series which premiered in 2001 on HGTV and is produced by Mountain Road Productions. Re-runs are currently airing on DIY Network Sundays at 6:00 & 6:30PM as well as weekdays at 3:00PM.
A story about difficult choices, tough decisions, entwined lives and parents torn between their children and their hearts. Gulseren comes from a poor background, while Cihans wife Dilara is wealthy. They both gave birth in the same hospital on the same day 15 years ago but a mistake was made that would change their destinies. Having similar surnames, an absent-minded nurse mixed the babies and nobody noticed. As the truth about the children is revealed, fundamental problems arise between the two families because of their totally different lifestyles and economic statuses. However these events bring Cihan and Gulseren closer together. They have inexplicable feelings towards each other that they cannot run away from or ignore.