There's a magical door in Woody's closet that allows those who go through it to erase mistakes from their past. When he finds out where it goes, his life will be changed forever.
Happiness was a British sitcom broadcast on BBC2 with dramatic, melancholy overtones written by Paul Whitehouse and David Cummings with Whitehouse in the lead role. There have been two series thus far, the first running in 2001 and the second in 2003. Whitehouse has stated that there will probably not be a third.
Xiang Yunjie is rich man who was once divorced, and unknowingly had an eight year old son. He is also a young owner of a hotel. Fang Yongyong is an orphan. She works as a housekeeper in the hotel that Xiang Yunjie owns. When one blackmails the other through a 'fake marriage', conflict occurs. Meanwhile, Xiang Yunchao, who has always lived in the shadow of his brother, forms a dramatic between Yunjie and Yongyong.
Xiao Han, who runs a small lodge, is the prettiest girl in the little village on Hainan Island. Her humble background and lowly education makes her unconfident, yet she is still optimistic, hoping for her very own happiness. Jie Luo is the haughty son of a woman who is in command of a big business group. He was asked by his mother to help her in renovating some parts of the island, and thus lived in Xiao Han's lodge. When Jie Luo was trying to purchase some land, he ran into problems which were soon solved with the help of Xiao Han. Their personalities are miles apart, but when they got to know each other through working together, they slowly fell in love. However, Jie Luo's mother was against them being together and wanted Xiao Han to leave Jie Luo in exchange for the continuation of the island's renovation project. For the good of the island, Xiao Han reluctantly agreed. This dealt a great blow to Jie Luo, and finding Xiao Han became his only job...
Following the success of its webcomic and occasional animated shorts, Cyanide & Happiness has debuted its animated show. After a very successful Kickstarter campaign, the creators of the popular comic (Kris Wilson, Rob DenBleyker, Matt Melvin, Dave McElfatrick) have released a much longer show that’s essentially a collection of animated sketches with some recurring themes throughout.
Your perfect match can be found in the most unexpected places. Tian Xiao Ni (Tong Yao) is a top fashion designer who is at the peak of her career thanks to her meticulous personality and razor-sharp focus on what she wants out of life. She has lived by the motto of “Perfect Self + Perfect Other Half = Happy Life.” But because of her impossible-to-meet “18 Standards for Mr. Right,” Xiao Ni finds herself still single despite her charm, beauty and talent. When Xiao Ni meets Zhan Wang (Kimi Qiao), she thinks she has found her “ Perfect Other Half” and begins to pursue him. Zhan Wang is a professional race car driver who suddenly quits at the peak of his career and now helps a friend manage an auto body shop. Will Xiao Ni discover that true love can’t be customized to her ideal specifications? “Customize Happiness” is a 2016 Chinese drama series directed by Xie Lü
The Pursuit of Happiness is a 2013 Taiwan television series starring Sonia Sui and Tony Yang.
Double Happiness is a Chinese drama serial on MediaCorp Channel 8 in Singapore which was screened in 2004 and ended in Jan 2005. The show has 142 episodes, the largest number of episodes MediaCorp have ever produced. It consists two parts, with 71 episodes in each part of the show. It is about a family who sells fish and chips in a renowned restaurant in East Coast Road called Happy Fish. The restaurant has its ups and downs, but eventually it will come out strong, but not without tragedies and lessons learnt. In 2007 MediaCorp sold its rights to Chinese broadcaster CCTV8 and it was broadcast in China in 5 parts. It also had two reruns on Channel 8 in 2010 and 2012/2013.
Eternal Happiness is a 2002 TVB television drama from Hong Kong based on a short story of the same name by Qing dynasty novelist Chen Ruisheng. Eternal Happiness was produced by Poon Kar Tak and edited by Tong King Ping. The original broadcast was on the TVB Jade network with 45-minute episodes airing five days a week from August 5 to September 13 in 2002. Eternal Happiness was the highest rated drama in Hong Kong for the year 2002 eclipsing some other major productions such as Golden Faith and Where The Legend Begins. The formula of pairing up Raymond Lam and Michelle Ye paid dividends to TVB with both of them displayed great chemistry and turned on wonderful performance. Alongside with Tavia Yeung, Michelle is said to be Raymond's next most compatible partner on-screen which yielded another drama pairing them up together; Lofty Waters Verdant Bow. Soon, the RayMich phenomena died out when Michelle Ye left TVB for ATV and subsequently to the silver screen. On the other hand, Raymond continues to provide the spark with his other on-screen partners such as Linda Chung, Tavia Yeung and Charmaine Sheh. Once again, Eternal Happiness was the highest rated drama in 2002 with 41 average rating points peaking at 45. It was easily placed first in the ranking that year
Pursuit of Happiness is an American sitcom that aired from October 30, 1987 until January 22, 1988.
What is meaning of "happiness"? Do biology and genetics influence our chances of being happy?