Emma, who writes stories for children, wakes up in her thirties without a partner or stable work. In the midst of the chaos in which her life has become, her best friend Lola announces that she has become pregnant and asks her to be the godmother of her first baby
A group of friends are starting their senior year in a HK highschool. A new girl is the new student of the school and one of the friends from the group falls in love with her.
The story of a teenage boy coming of age in a suburban grow-operation, where every day is paradise or fresh hell. But it's always a trip. Sheltered all his life and home-schooled by loving parents who are also committed criminals, Quinn Dawson yearns to experience the normalcy of the suburban world which surrounds him.
Four teens on the run from an orphanage spring a fellow orphan recently adopted by a rich family, then trash the whole house.
Radio DJ Emma Silver (Shannen Doherty) leads a chic city life in Seattle until she finds out her beloved grandfather has died. Traveling to his farm in quaint Valleyville, Washington to take care of the details, she is stunned to learn her grandfather has left her his farm, along with a sizable amount of debt. To keep the bank from foreclosing, Emma must find a way to raise the money, or face seeing her grandfather’s precious land end up as a parking lot. Following her grandfather’s famed legacy, Emma decides to enter Valleyville’s annual pumpkin growing contest with his prized seeds and grow the world-record biggest gourd. If she can win the grand prize of $50,000, she can save the farm. With the help of her neighbor, Seth (Kavan Smith), Emma takes on the challenge, but the two end up cultivating something much more evergreen.
After living for years as a struggling artist in New York City, Jake is calling it quits and returning home to Ohio. On his last day in the city, he persuades his three oldest friends – Billy, Rocks and Gunderson – to help him retrace their greatest adventure together: a walk down the entire length of Manhattan.
A tell-all story of what happened behind the scenes of the 70s hit TV series "The Brady Bunch." Based on the book written by Barry Williams, the actor who played Greg Brady.
A boy falls in love with a girl. Neither of them know that she's to be sold to a brothel.
Fabian is a shy, introverted teenager who lives with his bossy and prudish mother. Fabians world gets turned upside down when he meets the fun and cool Felicia and they fall in love. But there is one small problem. Whenever Fabian gets horny, he turns into a werewolf. A twisted coming of age short film about a young man who has to discover and accept who he really is.
Glowing, Growing is a unique little movie produced entirely by film students in which two young outsiders join a mass suicide group in an attempt to gain freedom. Along the way they both re-discover the positive aspects of life, giving them the opportunity to weigh the pros and cons of choosing to live or die
Freedom of expression and sexual liberation might have defined the 1960s but by 1971 the British education system was far from ready for Dr Cole's explicit series A New Approach to Sex Education. Made as a teaching aid for use in schools an universities, the Growing Up was unprecedented in its depictions of erect penises, un-simulated masturbation and intercourse to describe the development of the human body and sexuality to students.
In 1979, an Indian family moves to America with hopes of living the American Dream. While their 10-year-old boy Smith falls head-over-heels for the girl next door, his desire to become a "good old boy" propels him further away from his family's ideals than ever before.
A troubled songwriter discovers a human growing out of his basement floor.
A Colorado family is thrust into the international media spotlight when they fight for the rights of their 6-year-old transgender daughter in a landmark civil rights case.
A peaceful yet somewhat boring small town has everything the townspeople need: a beauty shop, a pharmacy, a convenience store, and a Chinese restaurant. 'Chung-Wha-Roo' is the only Chinese restaurant in town until a new Chinese restaurant by the name 'A-Bang-Goong' opens right across the street. At first, A-Bang-Goong seems less than enthusiastic about their business; the exterior of the restaurant resembles a warehouse without a signboard, and all the employees are grotesque and brusque, even lacking the willpower for decent service including delivery. Despite the fact they serve only two dishes on the menu, their incredible gourmet flavor quickly becomes the toast of the town. As A-Bang-Goong becomes a local and nationwide phenomenon,, WANG, the owner of Chung-Wha-Roo becomes desperate. WANG visits his rival's to taste the famous dishes. However, he falls faint after discovering a human finger in his food.
From rooftop farmers to backyard beekeepers, Americans are growing food like never before. Growing Cities goes coast to coast to tell the inspiring stories of intrepid urban farmers who are challenging the way this country feeds itself.
A coming-of-age story combined with a love interest between a boy and girl from different social stratum told during the years of teenage turmoil after high school the barriers of upbringing and taboos disintegrate. Each finds true love just before the party breaks up and will eventually learn to resolve the inner conflicts of values, proportion, and priorities.
A prison chain gang digs two fresh graves for men destined to be executed that night. As time slips away for the murderers' salvation, the grave diggers' mixed reactions to the grim task split them apart and unravel the progress. The supervising boss is obliged to act and, himself, lead the group through the awful task and morally justify the indifferent nature of the world.
After several farmyard analogies featuring chicks and calves, the well-spoken narrator and director of the film, Winifred Holmes, considers the subject of girls and how they reach adulthood and readiness for the 'important job of motherhood.
A top student in a nomad's winter place, Aslan misses his chance to attend final exams due to the problems his father's dealing with. Now he has to study while leading the herds as a shepherd. But in the first place, he is obliged to teach something of life to an elder shepherd who has fallen for his big sister; to teach him to be a worthy man to love his sister.
Growing Pains is an American television sitcom about an affluent family, residing in Huntington, Long Island, New York, with a working mother and a stay-at-home psychiatrist father raising three children together, which aired on ABC from September 24, 1985, to April 25, 1992.
It's not every family that's brought closer together by divorce, but then again, the Fishers are anything but typical.
Chronicling the perks and perils of being born into Hip Hop royalty in the city that the New York Times called “Hip Hop’s center of gravity” - Atlanta.
Sisters Hannah & Eliza Reilly are two misguided twentysomethings, who after rediscovering the 1950's teen-advice book 'Growing Up Gracefully', ask themselves, as young women in 2017, how do we learn to grow up?
A group of young models risk it all to live up to the careers of their famous parents.
Host Amanda Mackay takes you behind the scenes of some of the most incredible gardens in North America. From the mind of Jeremy Deichen, Growing Exposed is a new industry leading series on cannabis cultivation.
Growing Up Creepie was an animated television series made in the USA and Canada by Mike Young Productions and produced by Discovery Kids. In other countries, the series was simply titled Creepie. The series aired 52 episodes, and it would have aired more, but Discovery Kids was replaced with The Hub.
Growing Up is a Filipino youth-oriented series aired on GMA Network from 1997 to 1999. Produced by GMA Network and VIVA Television, the show aired every Wednesday as a primetime drama series, which serves as a sequel to TGIS. The show was reaired in GMA7's late weeknight/early morning block from 2000 to 2001 as part of the network's 50th anniversary celebrations.
Growing Up... is a series that airs on Animal Planet, a cable and satellite television network co-owned by Discovery Communications, Inc. and BBC Worldwide. Each episode is an hour long and follows the life of a wild animal growing up in captivity.
Growing Pains was a short-running British television series aired by the BBC. It only played for two seasons, from September 1, 1992 to July 14, 1993. In this family comedy-drama a middle-aged couple, Tom and Pat Hollingsworth, decide to become foster parents. The show relates the impact this decision has on their lives and the tensions it causes between them and their own three children. The TV series was a continuation of the 1989–1990 radio series by the same name, which was written by, and partly based on the real-life experiences of, Steve Wetton. It was directed by Michael Simpson. Growing Pains is notable for including the debut acting role of up-and-coming actress Lily Collins. Collins was a 2 year old infant when she appeared on the show. The lead roles of Pat and Tom Hollingsworth were played by Ray Brooks and Sharon Duce in both the radio show and the television series. The television cast of the Hollingsworth family also included Tat Whalley as Mark Hollingsworth, Peter Lloyd as Simon Hollingsworth, and Rosie Marcel as Lisa Hollingsworth. Liz Crowther, Lill Roughley and Trevor Peacock also appeared regularly on the show. The show's musical theme was composed by Nigel Hess.
Growing Up is a Filipino teen drama anthology series aired on ABS-CBN. It is top billed by Mara Clara stars Kathryn Bernardo, Julia Montes, Diego Loyzaga, Kiray Celis and EJ Jallorina with other teen casts Daniel Padilla of Gimik 2010, Neil Coleta of 100 Days to Heaven, and Yen Santos of Good Vibes.
Growing Up Gotti is an American reality television series that appeared on A&E. It featured the life of Victoria Gotti, daughter of Mafia boss John Gotti, and her three sons; Carmine Agnello, Jr., John Gotti Agnello, and Frank Gotti Agnello.
Six young people whose families found fame and fortune in the hip-hop industry strive to succeed independently in their own careers without assistance from their famous parents.
"Just my luck - we're in the middle of a national crisis and my nose has swollen up repulsively." - Adrian Mole Adapted from Sue Townsend's bestselling novels, these hit series chronicle the everyday traumas and emotional upheavals of the legendary teenage diarist as he struggles to come to terms with life in Margaret Thatcher's 1980s England. Gian Sammarco is the angst-ridden scribbler with literary aspirations, with Julie Walters and Lulu successively portraying his mother, Beryl Reid his opinionated grandma, Stephen Moore his errant father, and Bill Fraser his elderly chum, Bert Baxter. Adrian certainly has much to contend with. Spots erupting on his chin; 'Good Samaritan' visits to an OAP who's even more obnoxious than his dog; Barry the school bully and his extortion rackets; warring parents forever on the brink of divorce; and Pandora, the capricious love of his young life.
A reality show chronicling the adventures of a family with sextuplets.
Growing Up Twisted is an American reality television series that premiered on A&E on July 27, 2010. The show follows the life of Twisted Sister vocalist Dee Snider, his wife Suzette to whom he's been married since October 21, 1981, and their four children, Jesse, Shane, Cody, and Cheyenne. The show is similar to Gene Simmons Family Jewels in that it follows a rock star and his family through their everyday lives. Season one ran from July 27, 2010 until August 24, 2010.