Two sisters from Hungary become famous entertainers in the early 1900s. Fictionalized biography with lots of songs.
Brothers & Sisters is an American television drama series that centers on the Walker family and their lives in Pasadena, California. The series premiered on ABC on September 24, 2006, and aired its final episode on May 8, 2011. It aired, for its entire run, in a Sunday night timeslot after Desperate Housewives. The cast included a collection of award-winning actors, including Sally Field, Rachel Griffiths, Calista Flockhart, Rob Lowe, and Patricia Wettig. Sally Field received both a Primetime Emmy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance throughout the series. Rachel Griffiths was also nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards for her work on the show. In May 2011, the show completed its fifth and final season on ABC. On May 13, 2011, it was announced that ABC had decided to end the show.
Rumi, Tamoko and their mother are being blackmailed by Mr. Nogawa and his son. They must learn to fight back just enough to be able to take revenge when the time is right.
Kang Ha-Ri, with her bright personality, works part-time at a stationary store and a nail shop. Min Deul-Re was a popular actress, but she isn't so popular these days. Kim Eun-Hyang worked as a secretary prior to the birth of her daughter, but she now focuses on raising her daughter. These three women lose their most loved ones around the same time. Even though they are not related, they rely on each other to get through the tough times.
Animated television adaptation of the book of the same name by Terry Pratchett.
Brothers and Sisters is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from January to April 1979. The series attempted to capitalize on the success of the 1978 motion picture National Lampoon's Animal House. It was the second of three frat-house comedy series to air in early 1979.
Orit, Natalie and Mor are three sisters, and they are unsuccessful at everything.
The Snoop Sisters is an American mystery television show that aired on NBC during the 1973–1974 season. The series aired on a monthly rotation as part of the NBC Wednesday Mystery Movie, trading timeslots with Banacek, Tenafly, and Faraday and Company. Of these series, only Banacek demonstrated any longevity.
This South Korean variety show features an all-woman cast of actresses, idols and comedians. The show follows each cast member as she tries to accomplish a long-held unfulfilled dream. Special high-profile guests also make appearances to help the women achieve their dreams.
Erich triples the thrill and plays Erika, Carrie, and Agatha – triplets who were carried by a surrogate mother and got separated after an agreement their parents made fell through. The story revolves around Erika, a dancer in a bar who uses her enthralling beauty to mesmerize men. But behind the sultry moves lies a doting mother who strives to save her son’s life from a chronic illness. As an entertainer, she is able to make ends meet and provide for her son’s hospital bills. But the comfort her job gives comes with a great price — she witnesses a gruesome murder in the bar, and the suspects will try to chase her down to silence her. With her life at risk, Erika will do everything to escape death and live for her son. But moments away from getting caught, she discovers a huge revelation that changes her life — she has a twin named Carrie, and the criminals mistake Carrie as her, giving her another chance at life. With the loss of her sister, Erika gets to experience the fabulous life of Carrie. However, she soon finds out that aside from Carrie, she has,another twin — Agatha — who will help her discover the truth behind their secret lives. But their journey in finding out the truth will not be easy, as danger comes their way and will force them to make choices that will put their loved ones at risk.
Yoon Ye Eun has been married for 7 years. She is a housewife and works hard taking care of the family on her husband, Lee Jin Sup's side. Her in-laws though give her a hard time, but she is positive and happy. Her husband's business is doing well and they move into a new house. However, she then finds out her husband is having an affair. Yoon Sang Eun is single and runs a small piano institute. While running her piano institute, she has fallen into debt. She meets Choi Jae Woong through a matchmaking agency. Choi Jae Woong proposes to enter into a contract marriage with Yoon Sang Eun and in return he will pay off her debts.
The Yang Sisters is a Singaporean sitcom on MediaCorp Channel 5. As Honey, the eldest of three sisters Pei Pei is a kungfu master whose No. 1 mission in life is to hook a husband for her tomboyish daughter Qing Qing. Hoping that Qing Qing will find her 'feminine self' in Singapore, Honey sends her to her sisters in Singapore.
Three Sisters is an American television sitcom that aired on NBC for two seasons from January 9, 2001, to February 5, 2002.
Sisters follows the story of three women who discover that they are sisters. Julia finds out that her Nobel prize winning father secretly used his own sperm in a number of "In Vitro Fertilisation" procedures.
When her family is overthrown in a coup d'état, Princess Mayuka is sent to Earth to recharge the Ultimate Weapon. After studying the mating behaviors of Earthlings, she decides to enlist the help of one of her research subjects, college student Yoshizumi, but crash-lands on his roof. Taken hostage and shot with her own gun by Yoshizumi, she is brainwashed into thinking she is his younger sister. Fortunately, Yoshizumi grows fond of Mayuka and decides to help her with her mission: to awaken the powers of Akiho--the red-haired, green-eyed, appetite-driven Ultimate Weapon--using "primitive stimulation".
Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years is a 1999 American television movie directed by Lynne Littman. The film is an adaptation of the 1993 New York Times bestselling oral history written by Sarah L. Delany, A. Elizabeth Delany, and journalist Amy Hill Hearth. The telefilm adaptation was written by Emily Mann, who also adapted the book to the Broadway stage. The film first aired on CBS on April 18, 1999, just three months after Sadie died. The daughters of a former slave who became the first Black person elected Bishop in the Episcopal Church in the United States, the sisters were Civil Rights pioneers but were unknown until journalist Amy Hill Hearth interviewed them for a feature story in The New York Times in 1991. The sisters were then 100 and 102 years old. Sadie, the older of the sisters, was the first Black person permitted to teach Domestic Science at the high school level in the New York City public schools. Bessie was the second black woman licensed to practice dentistry in New York State. The biopic deals with the trials and tribulations they faced during a century of life. The sisters share their stories with Ms. Hearth, the journalist. Pivotal scenes are re-enacted through flashbacks.
Gypsy Sisters is an American reality television series on TLC. The series debuted on February 10, 2013. It follows the daily life of four Romanichal sisters located in Martinsburg, West Virginia. The series serves as a spin-off to its sister show My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding.
Sisters is an Emmy Award-winning television drama which aired on NBC for six seasons, from 1991 to 1996. The series was created by Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman, who also created the Showtime series Queer as Folk and wrote the acclaimed Emmy and Peabody Award winning drama An Early Frost, also for NBC. The show debuted on May 11, 1991 for a seven-episode test run and was subsequently renewed for the 1991 fall schedule. Sisters was the first primetime network television series to focus specifically on the lives of women, and the issues relating to them. It was also one of the first 'demographic' hits because of its strong female viewership. Other series about women would eventually follow, but at the time it was regarded as being groundbreaking.