This is a NZ docudrama about the death of well-standing cricket umpire Plumley-Walker, 51, in a misadventure in a B&D session with young dominatrix Renee Chignell in January 1989. Renee, ... See full summary »
The biography of Sir Edmund Hillary, who, as a boy, was raised in a strict family, but eventually has to rebel against his stern father's backward ideals, to follow his own convictions. He wants to climb mountains.
A wonderful series based on a group of friends who attend a weekly trivia competition. Their lives, their loves, their dramas. The writers who wrote this series are the same writers who created Outrageous Fortune.
I never heard of Terry Teo til a few days ago but after watching this series I researched him and was very surprised to learn he was a comic book character from the early 1980s.Not only that but there was an 80s show called Terry and The Gunrunners.I have only watched a few minutes of that old show but from what I have seen I find it amazing that they even considered making a new version.Well I'm really glad they did because this show is great.I usually hate when a TV show does things that don't make sense but Terry Teo has turned not making sense into an art form.If you spend a lot of time analyzing the plots, you may not like this show but that's the beauty of it.It's extremely silly and I love it.I can't wait for season two.
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