Is life in Usa really like the one depicted in tv series like the Big bang theory, Himym, Friends, etc?
Is life in India really like the one depicted in "Sasural Simar ka" or "Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi" where everybody dresses their best (Suits and blazers, loafers and shiny pointy black shoes, expensive salwar kameez and ultra traditional saris) any time of the day, where even the men have absolutely no where to be on a weekday afternoon like I don't know, WORK maybe, where life is a hasstle and everyday seems to be another battle with family wars and gossips and people trying to pull each other to the ground despite being extremely rich and living in a superb ultra luxury house which cannot be found in real life? I don't think so. Same goes for the tv shows in the US. No adult hangs out at the cafe on a weekday and gets paid to make a living. No scientist gets paid for being the most annoying person on earth (and that's gotta be Sheldon and I love him for it). No NASA astronaut stays with his mom in the US like Howard does. /* Very important */Let me make myself very clear. I am a HUGE HUGE fan of American TV shows and there are hardly any shows which I do not like. I feel even comparing FRIENDS with the hindi tv shows mentioned above is a huge mistake because I'd opt to watch FRIENDS and big bang theory over the former ones anytime of the day. So the comparison is just to answer the question.
Is there really going to be a Hellraiser TV Series?
I ve always loved the Hellraiser movies, and have recently read about a tv show being made after the movies. However, it was mentioned back in 2012, and nothing seems to be out yet. (Not even more recent info.) So is there actually going to be a TV show for Hellraiser?
Which TV series' quote is going to stay with you for a really long time?
"We’re all stories, in the end… just make it a good one, eh?” - Eleventh Doctor “I am and always will be the optimist. The hoper of far-flung hopes and the dreamer of improbable dreams” - Eleventh DoctorBeing alive right now is all that counts” - Eleventh Doctor“In 900 years of time and space, I’ve never met anyone who wasn’t important” - Eleventh Doctor“Books! The best weapons in the world!” - Tenth Doctor"You don’t just give up. You don’t just let things happen. You make a stand! You say no! You have the guts to do what’s right, even when everyone else just runs away” – Rose Tyler"Fear doesn't have to make you cruel or cowardly… fear can make you kind. It doesn't matter if there’s nothing under the bed or in the dark, so long as you know it's ok to be afraid of it. So, listen. If you listen to nothing else, listen to this. You're always going to be afraid, even if you learn to hide it. fear is like… a companion. A constant companion, always there. But that's ok. Because fear can bring us together. Fear can bring you home" - Clara Oswald"We all change, when you think about it. We’re all different people all through our lives. And that’s okay, that’s good, you’ve got to keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be" - Eleventh DoctorThese quotes are from a (not so famous in india but great to the power allonsy) show called Doctor Who .
How is the Lucifer TV series going to be different from the Sandman and Lucifer comics?
As far as I can tell, the TV series is a crime drama, using some of the characters from the comic series, but not so much the storylines from the comic series. Both Lucifer and The Sandman were fantasy/horror based series that relied on a mixture of traditional folklore, contemporary politics, history and literary themes. The TV series doesn't really go into topics like Norse Mythology or the story of Samuel Coleridge, or contemporary European nationalism, from what little I've seen.
Is the Lord of the Rings TV show really happening?
Yes. They have confirmed 5 seasons. So, no matter the response, there is definitely going to be at least 5 seasons on Amazon.
What happened to the tv series roswell?
Short version - Tess seduces Max, and leads him to believe that the child she carries won't live on Earth. Michael goes against his 'destiny' to be with Maria, but Liz pushes Max into fulfilling his destiny, and almost pushes him away completely, and towards Tess, which ultimately leads to him sleeping with her. After Liz and Maria realize Tess killed Alex, they stop Max and Isabel from going to Antar with her, where she had planned to give them up to Khivar. Michael had already decided to stay behind, with Maria. Tess blast off into space, still pregnant. In the third season, Max spends alot of the time trying to find answers about his heritage, and locate his son. He and Liz try to be together, but bottled up emotions over his betrayal with Tess tear them apart again, and Liz goes off to boarding school. Max 'dies', but thanks to alien magic, his soul is still alive in someone else's body. Liz ends up saving Max, and they get back together. Liz develops powers, and can see 'flashes' of things in the future. She sees a flash that they are all going to be killed on Graduation Day. On Graduation Day, the FBI crashes the ceremony, but Max, Liz, Maria, Michael, Kyle, and Isabel get away. Isabel forces Jesse, her human husband, to stay behind, while she goes on the run with the other 5, as they know the FBI will be after them. Max and Liz are together, Michael and Maria get back together, after having been broke up, Kyle goes because he's afraid he'll develop powers, and Isabel goes because she knows they'll be after her too. The group says their goodbyes, and we hear a voiceover from Liz, her last journal entry, telling what happened when they left the road. In the end, Max and Liz get married, and we see flashbacks of it, and the group goes on the run and tries to do good and help people wherever they can. Sorry for the novel. I was a Roswell fanatic. LOL
What show's theme song was Joe Jackson's "Is she really going out with him"?
I'm With Her