"Come on down!" The Price Is Right features a wide variety of games and contests with the same basic challenge: Guess the prices of everyday (or not-quite-everyday) retail items.
Ferhat is a hitman working for his criminal uncle. Aslı is a young and idealistic doctor. One day, their roads crossed in the most unexpected way, Aslı is forced to operate on a man that Ferhat had shot. Then, Aslı had to marry with Ferhat to save her life. In the world of corrupt relationships and ambition of power, this two opposite people will get along through time and get closer to each other. However, Ferhat’s lifestyle is too dark to live an innocent love story. Wİll Ferhat and Aslı live happily ever after against all dangers waiting for them?
Based on a novel by Jun Ioka, the Hulu series follows the relationship between Keisuke Okuyama, a brilliant attorney and his troubling client Tatsuya Ando who tormented and robbed him of his family in the past.
The New Price Is Right is a short-lived syndicated version of the American game show The Price Is Right, which aired from September 12, 1994 to January 27, 1995. This version of the show did not use the same on-air personnel as the daytime version which ran concurrently on CBS. Doug Davidson, who also appears on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, hosted with Burton Richardson as the announcer. The prize models were Julie Lynn Cialini, Ferrari Farris and Lisa Stahl Sullivan. The show was produced by Mark Goodson Productions and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television. This version had a different format, and significantly different rules, than the two previous syndicated versions and the early half-hour episodes of the daytime show. After this version's cancellation, many of its concepts were adopted by European versions of the show. Various prop changes and rule modifications from this version, as well as many of the music cues, also carried over to the CBS daytime and prime time versions of the show. Additionally, several production members continued their involvement with The Price Is Right after this version's cancellation.
English computer millionaire Geoffrey Carr and his wife have plans for a country house in Ireland. Irish terrorists have plans for the wealthy couple.
Jessica Simpson's The Price of Beauty was a documentary reality series that followed singer Jessica Simpson and her two best friends Ken Pavés and CaCee Cobb as they traveled all over the world "to meet women, study local fashions, dietary fads and beauty regimes," all in an attempt to explore the meaning of true beauty in different cultures. It was Simpson's return to the reality television genre that had made her a star six years earlier on MTV's Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica. Simpson also sang the official theme song, entitled "Who We Are".
The Price is Right in the UK was hosted by Leslie Crowther, Bob Warman, Bruce Forsyth, and Joe Pasquale. It ran discontinuously from 24 March 1984 to 7 April 1988, with a second run from 1989, a third run from 4 September 1995 to 16 December 2001 and a fourth run from 8 May 2006 until 12 January 2007.
The Price of Peace is a Singaporean television drama set in Japanese-occupied Singapore during World War II. It was first aired on TCS Eighth Frequency on 30 June 1997. Although the drama was originally in Mandarin, an English-dubbed version was also broadcast on TCS Fifth Frequency in 1999. The drama has been rerun on MediaCorp Channel 8 several times since its premiere and its latest airing was in August 2013. The series is based on a 1995 book of the same title, which contains numerous first-hand accounts of war veterans and eyewitnesses.
The Price Is Right is an American game show hosted by Bill Cullen that premiered on NBC on November 26, 1956.
The Price of Coal is two linked television plays from 1977, scripted by Barry Hines and directed by Ken Loach. They are set in a Yorkshire coal mine. The miners and the manager are played by Yorkshire club comedians. The two plays have the same actors, but are different in tone. The first is comic, and deals with the preparations for an official visit by Prince Charles. The humour revolves around the expensive and ludicrous preparations that are required when there is an official visit from a member of the Royal Family. The workers recognise this and cannot take it seriously. Management recognises it but has to play the game. Special toilets must be constructed "just in case" and then destroyed after the visit. A worker is instructed to paint a brick holding up a window. On the eve of the visit the slogan "Scargill rules OK" is painted on a wall. The manager comments "When I find out who did that I'll string him up by his knackers". It is a surreal situation for many of the miners who obviously bear no love for Royalty. The second deals with a pit accident where some men are killed, and attempts to rescue some trapped men. It is loosely based on the Lofthouse Colliery disaster in 1973.
The Price is Right is an Australian television game show that has been produced in a number of different formats. The most recent of these formats began airing on 7 May 2012 on Seven Network. Larry Emdur, who hosted the program on two separate occasions prior to 2012, was the presenter for the 2012 revival.
The Price of Greed is a TVB period drama series released overseas in December 2006 and aired on TVB Pay Vision Channel in January 2008.
The Price is Right is an Australian television game show that has been produced in several different formats.
There are two versions of The Price Is Right in the Philippines, aired on two networks. The first version aired every Sunday on ABC and was hosted by Dawn Zulueta, with voice over provided off screen by Mark Mangaliman, from 2001 to 2003. The second version, hosted by Kris Aquino on ABS-CBN, premiered on February 14, 2011. Voice over is provided by "Rich," composed of the identically-named The Amazing Race Asia 4 winners Richard Hardin and Richard Herrera; at one point, due to a prior commitment by the Richards, ABS-CBN reporter Marc Logan, known for his tongue-in-cheek reporting and comedic voice overs, filled in for the duo.