A young designer falls under a man's erotic spell and is drawn into a world of sexual abandon from which she may never return.
The Pain Clinic is a pro wrestling talk show that airs on Sportsradio 1280 WHTK in Rochester, New York. The show was created by Sam Fantauzzo and Rich Jones and debuted on November 14, 1998, with "Dr. Love", "the Cashman" Richie Rich, and "Mad Dog" Bobby Rodgers as hosts. The show covers the major news and interviews the who's who in the world of wrestling. It will celebrate its 15th year on the air on 1280 WHTK this November. The show can be heard online at whtk.com and the mobile phone iheartradio app.
Men in Pain is a TVB modern drama series broadcast in June 2006.
Drawn By Pain is a 12-part episodic internet series. It is about the spiral into one woman’s search for salvation as her animated madness fights for her sanity in the real world.
Beauty Knows No Pain is a 2010 Hong Kong television drama. Produced by Lam Chi-wah and co-edited by Suen Ho-ho and Chan Kam-ling, the drama is a TVB production. The show premiered on July 26, 2010, and is slated to air for 20 episodes five nights a week. The drama follows the lives of three women — Jackie, Mrs. Cash, and BiBi, portrayed by Maggie Cheung Ho-yee, Michelle Yim, and Joyce Tang respectively — who work in the same cosmetics production company, Paris Donna San-Malo Donna.
In this "entertaining medical series" (The Sunday Times, U.K.), Dr. Michael Mosley shows how drugs have revolutionized medicine and changed the course of human history. Unfolding over a period of 200 years, it's an extraordinary tale of daring, self-experimentation, revelation, genius, and outright luck.
A young E.R. doctor who, after being wrongly blamed for a patient's death, moves to the Hamptons and becomes the reluctant "doctor for hire" to the rich and famous. When the attractive administrator of the local hospital asks him to treat the town's less fortunate, he finds himself walking the line between doing well for himself and doing good for others.
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.
Painkiller Jane is an American-Canadian science fiction and action television series based on the comic book character of the same name. Airing on the Sci Fi Channel in the US starting April 13, 2007 and Global in Canada, it starred Kristanna Loken as the titular character. On August 15, 2007, it was canceled after one season of 22 episodes.
Painter of the Wind is a 2008 South Korean historical television series starring Moon Geun-young and Park Shin-yang. Based on the bestselling historical fiction novel by Lee Jung-myung that took artistic license with the premise that perhaps the Joseon painter Shin Yun-bok had really been a woman, it centers on Yun-bok, a talented young painter who disguises herself as a boy to search for her father's murderer. She meets Kim Hong-do, a master painter who guides her into becoming a great artist, and they develop a strong friendship of mentor and disciple. The drama has won numerous awards, including the Asian TV Series Special Award at the 2010 Shanghai Television Festival and the silver award at the 2010 Houston International Film Festival, while actress Moon Geun-young received the grand prize at the 2008 SBS Drama Awards, as well as Best TV Actress at the 2009 Baeksang Arts Awards and 2008 Grimae Awards for her role.
The Joy of Painting was an American television show hosted by painter Bob Ross that taught its viewers techniques for landscape oil painting. Although Ross could complete a painting in half an hour, the intent of the show was not to teach viewers "speed painting". Rather, he intended for viewers to learn certain techniques within the time that the show was allotted. The show began on January 11, 1983, and lasted until May 17, 1994, a year before Ross' death.
Art writer Waldemar Januszczak explores the revolutionary achievements of the Impressionists.
Based on the masterpiece novel by Yo Kusakabe, ""Painless -The Eyes for Signs-"" is a compelling and unique medical drama/thriller that stars an incredible lineup of big name actors including Hidetoshi Nishijima, Anna Ishibashi, Atsushi Ito, and Hideaki Ito. Eisuke Tameyori (Hidetoshi Nishijima), works as a private practice physician who runs a clinic in a small remote village. He is gifted with an ability to diagnose illnesses simply by looking at their appearance. He is also able to detect the ""signs"" in people who will commit future offenses. One day, with this ability, Tameyori foresees and stops a crime before it happens. After this incident, Tameyori meets Detective Junichiro Hayase (Atsushi Ito) and they start to work together to solve cases.
Eisuke Tameyori is a middle-aged private practice physician. He has the ability to diagnose someone's condition just by looking at their appearance. He is also able to recognize people who will commit crimes in the future by certain symptoms and tries to prevent them from committing those acts. He meets Detective Junichiro Hayase and they soon work together to solve cases.
The series is about the struggle between two opposing schools of thought. Hua Xin Shi are those that collect the pure sentiments of people after they learn to let go of their obsession. Yang Xin Shi are those who collect the impure thoughts of people consumed by their own insecurities.
Painted Skin is a Chinese television series adapted from the 2008 film of the same title, which is loosely based on a classic short story in Pu Songling's Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio. It was first broadcast on TVS4 on March 3, 2011 in mainland China.
Passionate amateur artists undertake an intensive, six-week, artistic boot camp in a bid to perfect their skills and be crowned the overall champion.
Family drama series about a middle aged couple (Ray Brooks and Sharon Duce) who, with their own three children in their teenage years, decide to become foster parents.