Frank Gannon, a veteran cop, is being hunted by his fellow police officers after they learned he has betrayed the brotherhood and exposed to the feds wide scale corruption of the LAPD. He has one day left to prove his case and survive.
Straight Up: Helicopters in Action will take audiences on a series of aerial adventures. Fly along with skilled helicopter crews as they carry out sea and mountain rescues, apprehend drug smugglers, repair high voltage lines, save endangered animals, deliver humanitarian aid, and undertake a reconnaissance mission. Learn how helicopters are flown.
Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman will lead the DC Super Heroes against their most infamous foes.
Explosive comedy Action Team follows the exploits of a top-secret team of special agents charged with saving the world.
Action is an American comedy series about a Hollywood producer named Peter Dragon, who is trying to recover from his last box-office failure. It aired on Fox during the 1999-2000 season. The series was critically praised for its irreverent, and sometimes hostile look at Hollywood culture. Thirteen episodes were produced. The show was created by Chris Thompson and the show runner was Don Reo. Future Saturday Night Live cast member Will Forte was the story editor for twelve episodes, and wrote two.
Weekly news, commentary, and reviews for the Linux and Open Source Software communities.
After losing a chance to win a million dollars, campers from "Total Drama Island" get a second chance to win a million dollars through movie-oriented challenges for the next 6 weeks.
Action Man is a 1995 British children's animated television show, created by DIC Entertainment. The cartoon is based on the Hasbro toy line of the same name. The show focuses on Action Man, a member of an elite multinational task force named Action Force who fight against the terrorist Dr.X and his 'Council of Doom'. Action Man is also portrayed as being an amnesiac who is trying to unlock the mystery of his past. The show also featured live action segments before and after the main show.
Action Bronson hosts this talk show straight from the Munchies Kitchen. A little food, a lot of chaos. All Action.
Treasury Men in Action is an American crime drama series broadcast live and which aired from 1950 through 1955 on ABC. The series stars Walter Greaza, Ross Martin, and Tom McKee. It was directed by William Beaudine, Leigh Jason, and Will Jason among others.
Tachibana Haruka is a rookie nurse with a bright personality. Mihara Natsumi is 34-year-old veteran nurse. She is struggling at work and with her love life. While Tachibana Haruka and Mihara Natsumi work as nurses at a place that deals with life and death, they laugh and cry. The two women grow as persons in the process.
Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action! is an animated television series by DIC Entertainment, Dualstar, Buena Vista Television and Club Acclaim, featuring the voices and likeness of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. It is also a series of books that spun off, from the show. The show premiered on October 20, 2001 on The Walt Disney Company's One Saturday Morning on The American Broadcasting Company and was cancelled after one season due to poor ratings. Reruns were later shown on Toon Disney.
Action Man was a CGI animated TV series based on the toy line of the same name. The show is unrelated to the 1995 show. In this series, Alex Mann is an extreme sports athlete known as "Action Man" and is a member of Team Xtreme. A video game named Action Man: Search for Base X was released based on the 2000 series.
Action News is a local television newscast format in the United States. It was conceived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at WFIL-TV by news director Mel Kampmann in 1970 as a response to the "Eyewitness News" format used on rival station KYW-TV. At this time, WFIL-TV was said to be "#4 in a three-station market." The main difference between Action News and Eyewitness News was that the former was far more tightly formatted. Time limits were set on packages—for instance, a reporter package could be no longer than 90 seconds. This difference enabled the station to cover more stories than its competitors. Another key difference was the focus on the surrounding Philadelphia suburban areas—a response to the movement of residents from the city to the suburbs. Finally, WPVI placed more emphasis on young talent—while WCAU-TV and KYW-TV used older, respected news anchors such as Vince Leonard, Tom Snyder, and John Facenda, WPVI used a young Larry Kane as their top anchor. Later, the station would add the very popular Jim O'Brien as its main weathercaster. The format quickly took off, and after going back and forth with KYW for first place, WPVI took the lead in 1977 and has held it ever since. Capital Cities Communications, WPVI's owner at the time, took the format to most of its other stations.
Action Blast! was an animation television program shown on the American cable and satellite channel, G4 in the 8am ET hour. Hosted by Louden Noxious and The Beav from Kaiju Big Battel, the show was premiered on January 2, 2006 and ended exactly one year later on January 1, 2007. The program was not produced by G4; instead the entire hour was programmed and produced by toymaker Hasbro, with the company buying paid programming time from G4, and none of the network's logo, bugs, or promotions were seen on the program except for one promo ad on the half-hour. An Action Blast! bug was formerly seen on the bottom left-hand corner but later replaced with another alternate name for the block, MonkeyBarTV. Action Blast! was accused of violating a license stating that only Cartoon Network and Kids WB! have the rights to air Transformers Cybertron and Battle B-Daman.
Action Réaction was a French Canadian game show, an adaptation of the American game show Chain Reaction, in which players compete to form chains composed of two-word phrases. It aired on TQS from 1986-1991, with Pierre Lalonde as host, and was taped on the same set as the then-concurrent US version.
Action Earth is an Australian environmental series that airs on The Weather Channel and FOX8 on the hour, every hour. It is narrated by Olympic medallist Ian Thorpe. Action Earth was produced as a 20-part series, with each episode 5 minutes long. Each episode focuses on a different environmental aspect, and aims to educate the public on how to improve our planet.