A retired police commissioner recounts the most memorable case of his career, wherein he was informed about a bomb scare in Mumbai.
Ash Wednesday is set in the Manhattan of the early 1980's and is about a pair of Irish-American brothers who become embroiled in a conflict with the Irish Mob.
Three 1960s California surfers fool around, drift apart and reunite years later to ride epic waves.
Psychological horror film starring Raymond Elemedorf as Harry Curtis, a man who suffers a near fatal breakdown after losing both his wife and his job within a short period of time. His brother then sets him up as a caretaker of an old vacant motel, where he encounters strange attackers who may - or may not - be real.
Barbara gets secret plastic surgery in Switzerland in an attempt to save her marriage to Mark, but he doesn't seem interested in meeting her. She checks in to a ski resort to wait for Mark, and begins getting attention from young men. Her daughter tries to warn her that even though she has had the surgery it might be too late for her marriage, but she clings to the hope that Mark will come back once he sees her new look. Meanwhile, she must decide whether or not have an affair with a young man she's met.
Ellen Gordon, a New York executive's mistress falls for the executive's young business associate when the young man is accidentally sent to use the apartment where the executive and his mistress get together every Wednesday. More complications arise when the executive's wife shows up with plans to redecorate the apartment.
A documentary about the fans of the football club, Sheffield Wednesday.
Muriel Davidson, a successful mystery author in a vulnerable stage of her life, falls for a charismatic ex-con. As they begin to bond over their traumatic pasts, Muriel's life slowly begins to resemble one of her darker novels.
Wednesday is a story of life, love, loss, and redemption. It is divided into four separate segments: Luke & Lucy, Purgatory, Lyrics of a Lowly Life, and Narcissus Flower. Each segment details how different people deal with love and loss. These basic human emotions exist across the world, it's how we individually deal with them that separates and connects us all.
"Wednesday" is an experimental drama about man struggling with paranoia.
When Chris and his classmates left for school on Wednesday none of them imagined what would await them. See things through pupils eyes and witness the tension and fear.
There is no right or wrong in the world that Miguel, an East L.A. teenager, and his father live in, only choices. One's an American, the other an immigrant, and though they are son and father, they are separated by a culture that threatens to tear them apart.
Alistair Jones, a twenty-something hypochondriac fears she may be suffering from mental illness when the rash spreading on her back can be seen by no one.
Two women, looking for amusement on their afternoons off, visit a drinking club.
Black Wednesday occurred in the United Kingdom on 16 September 1992, when John Major's Conservative government was forced to withdraw the pound sterling from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) after it was unable to keep the pound above its agreed lower limit in the ERM.
The paintings of Gregorio Prestopino convey the sights and sounds of a day in Harlem. Music by Benny Carter.
Starts Wednesday steals from a selection of forgotten 35mm cinema 'snipes' that offer days of the week for a film that never arrives.
Eugene wonders if there really is a God. After all, he can't see Him, so how can he believe without visual proof?
The Wednesday Children follows the plight of a young boy named Scotty (Tom Kelly) whose father and step-mother (Donald E. Murray and Marji Dodrill) are kind of grouchy and don’t have much time for him. Tommy and his friends fall in with a creepy church janitor, who instructs them on how to rid the world of grown-ups.
The Wednesday Play is an anthology series of British television plays which ran on BBC1 from October 1964 to May 1970. The plays were usually written for television, although adaptations from other sources also featured. The series gained a reputation for presenting contemporary social dramas, and for bringing issues to the attention of a mass audience that would not otherwise have been discussed on screen.
NBA Wednesday is a weekly presentation of the National Basketball Association on ESPN. Debuting in 2002, NBA Wednesday starts the first Wednesday of the NBA season and runs throughout the entire season. Games typically air at 9:00 p.m EST, following an ESPN's presentation of ACC Wednesday college basketball. NBA Wednesday is occasionally preempted by ACC Wednesday or other college basketball doubleheaders, as well as Wednesday Night Baseball. NBA Wednesday, like NBA Friday, is not exclusive; local sports networks may still air the game in their market. In that case, the ESPN broadcast on these markets is subject to blackout and SportsCenter is usually aired instead.
Wednesday is all grown up and has finally moved out of her family's manor to experience adult life in Los Angeles. She looks for an apartment, goes on job interviews, internet dates and encounters some unfortunate antagonists along the way.
Weekly talk show hosted by one of the most influential figures in sports media. Topics vary from sports to arts and everything in between.
Wednesday Night Hoops appears every Wednesday with the biggest college basketball games in the Atlantic Coast Conference, Big East Conference, and Big 12 Conference in primetime during the regular season on ESPN. The official name is Wednesday Night Hoops presented by Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. Wednesday Night Hoops is similar to Thursday Night Showcase, Super Tuesday and Big Monday, but unlike the others, Wednesday Night Hoops only has one game on ESPN due to an NBA game as part of NBA Wednesday immediately following the game, although on occasion the NBA Wednesday game will be preempted as there will be a Wednesday Night Hoops doubleheader.
Wednesday Night Baseball is a live game telecast of Major League Baseball that airs every Wednesday night during the regular season on ESPN and is also available in high definition on ESPNHD. The game starts at 7pm ET, following SportsCenter, and usually lasts around three hours with an hour long Baseball Tonight following the game leading up to the 11pm ET SportsCenter. The official name is ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball presented by Captain Morgan. Every April some broadcasts air on ESPN2 due to ESPN's priority with Wednesday's NBA coverage. Wednesday Night Baseball is not exclusive to ESPN. Local sports networks may still air the game. ESPNEWS is seen on ESPN during the game in the teams' designated markets, unless local broadcasters choose not to televise the game. ESPN's blackout can be lifted in the latter scenario. On double-headers in September, due to the broadcast of Monday Night Football, either one of the Wednesday Night Baseball games will co-exist with the local markets' carriers and will not always be subject to blackout.
Dick Clark's LIVE Wednesday is a 1978 NBC variety television series, sometimes called simply Live Wednesday. Hosted by Dick Clark, it was a musical show much like Clark's American Bandstand. Guests included musical artists and actors such as Frankie Avalon, Bo Diddley, Connie Francis, Annette Funicello, Melissa Gilbert, Bobbie Gentry and Andy Kaufman. Most episodes also included a live stunt, designed to emphasize the aspect of the telecast, which was seen live in the eastern US.
Wednesday 9:30 (8:30 Central) is an American sitcom which aired on ABC in 2002. The series was created by Peter Tolan.
Wednesday's Child is a United States adoption television program aimed at matching economically disadvantaged younger and young-adult children to possible foster parents. The program is underwritten by the Freddie Mac Foundation, the philanthropic wing of the Freddie Mac mortgage company, and is broadcast by the National Broadcasting Company.
How do you like Wednesday? was a Japanese television variety series that aired on the HTB network in Hokkaidō, Japan, and on other regional television networks in Japan. The program debuted on HTB on October 9, 1996. The series was one of the first local variety programs to be produced on Hokkaido; prior to this series' launch, local variety programs in Hokkaidō were virtually non-existent. The program also had a significant influence on other local programs in other regions in Japan, most notably Kwangaku! in Kansai and Nobunaga in Tokai. The series achieved a record 18.6% viewing share on December 8, 1999, the highest share for a late-night program on a local TV station. Production of the weekly regular series ended in September 2002, though new limited-run series were produced on average of every 18 months; the latest series was shown on HTB in late 2005, eight episodes in length. Most of the series have been rerun under the names of Dōdeshō Returns and Suiyō Dōdeshō Classic.
This drama tells the story of a woman who was dumped by her boyfriend and tries win to win back his heart by making him jealous. With her close male friend, she manipulates her social media to create a fake “lovestagram” (love + Instagram). The two characters are childhood friends, and a sweet romance will unfold as they begin to live together.