I Survived a Japanese Game Show
I Survived a Japanese Game Show is a reality tv show that goes abroad in ABC project. Sends American contestants overseas to Japan to compete in challenges in a foreign culture. Whoever adapts best to Japanese culture and each episode's challenges wins $250,000.

The American contestants are Bilenda Madison, Justin Wood, Darcy Sletager, Donnell Pitman, Olga Medvedev, Meaghan Cooper, Mary Greenawalt, Ben Hughes, Cathy Nardone, and Andrew Kelly-Hayes.

For the season finale, there are three intense elimination rounds to determine the winner and the receiver of $250,000. The first challenge is that all four contestants must go out into the streets of Tokyo and have citizens do five tasks. The second challenge is a game called Squishy Squishy. The final challenge is Super Majide, which is an obstacle course made up of many things from previous challenges.
Desperate Housewives

Desperate Housewives is an American television comedy-drama series, created by Marc Cherry, who also serves as show runner, and produced by ABC Studios and Cherry Productions. Executive producers, as of the fourth season, are Marc Cherry, Bob Daily, George W. Perkins, John Pardee and Joey Murphy, David Grossman, Larry Shaw and Sabrina Wind.

The show features an ensemble cast, headed by Teri Hatcher as Susan Mayer, Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo, Marcia Cross as Bree Hodge, Eva Longoria Parker as Gabrielle Solis, Nicollette Sheridan as Edie Britt and, from season 4 onwards, Dana Delany as Katherine Mayfair. Brenda Strong narrates the show as the deceased Mary Alice Young.

The setting of the show is the street of Wisteria Lane in the fictional American town of Fairview, Eagle State. It follows the lives of a group of women, seen through the eyes of their dead neighbor, as they work through domestic struggles and family life, while facing the secrets, crimes and mysteries hidden behind the doors of their – at the surface – beautiful suburban neighborhood.

The show is a multiple Emmy, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award winner, and in April 2007 it was reported to be the most popular show in its demographic worldwide, with an audience of approximately 115 to 119 million viewers and
now in it's fourth season.
Hellboy 2: The Golden Army

Hellboy 2: The Golden Army is a 2008 film directed by Guillermo del Toro. The film is a sequel to the 2004 Hellboy, also directed by Del Toro. Hellboy 2: The Golden Army is written by Guillermo del Toro and Mike Mignola. Universal Pictures finances and distributes the film, which has a target release date for July 11, 2008.

Played by Ron Perlman as Hellboy: The main protagonist of the movie. A super-strong demon who works for the government organization Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense (BPRD). Hellboy has always fought on the side of humans. Others characters are Liz Sherman played by Selma Blair. She is Hellboy's boyfriend with the ability of controlling fire using only the mind (pyrokinetic). Abe Sapein played by Doug Jones is an aquatic empath who works for BPRD with Hellboy. Johann Krauss voice by Seth Macfarlene, and Actors John Alexander and James Dodd wore the suit. Krauss is a German psychic whose ectoplasmic being is contained in a suit after a botched seance . Luke Gloss as Prince Nuada "Silverlance" and Anna Walton as Princess Nuala.
Meet Dave
Meet Dave is a 2008 American family comedy, directed by Brian Robbins and starring Eddie Murphy as an alien spaceship in human form. The film was co-written by Bill Corbett (formerly of Mystery Science Theater 3000 fame) and Rob Greenberg. The film was released by 20th Century Fox on July 11, 2008.

A massive fireball from space hits New York's Central Park and an ordinary man emerges unscathed. The man turns to be a spaceship operated y 100 human-looking aliens who are one-quarter inch tall and seeking a way to save their planet. Complications ensue when their captain falls in love with an Earth woman who's always picked losers for previous romances.

Grey's Anatomy
Grey's Anatomy is a drama about the intensity of medical training mixed with the funny, sexy, and sometimes painful lives of people who are about to discover that neither medicine nor relationships can be defined in black and white. Real life only comes in shades of grey.

Meredith Grey is a one of the surgeon in the top of her. She's a woman trying to lead a real life while doing a job that makes having a real life impossible. She's somewhat considered royalty because her mother, Ellis Grey, was a noted pioneering surgeon known for making breakthroughs in the specialty as a talented surgeon and as a woman who broke barriers. Only thing is Ellis now lives in Roseridge where she suffers from a tragic and devastating illness but she doesn't want anyone to know. Meredith keeps her mother's secret because she asks her to.

Released in anticipation of season two, Grey's Anatomy includes the show's theme. Performed by the London duo Psapp, it suggests a glitchy, pomo update of St. Else where's intro music as well as tracks that fit generally into a category of literate indie.
Released by Walt Disney Pictures, WALL-E is a CGI animated feature film produced by Pixar Animation Studios. The film, which has a robot as its title character was released on June 27, 2008 directed by Andrew Stanton, whose previous film, Finding Nemo, won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and was produced by Jim Morris who previously worked for Lucasfilm.

WALL-E is the story of the last little robot on Earth. He is a robot that his programming was to help clean up set way in the future. Through consumerism, rampant, unchecked consumerism, the Earth was covered with trash. And to clean up, everyone had to leave Earth and set in place millions of these little robots that went around to clean up the trash and make Earth habitable again. After centuries of living in micro-gravity, the humans aboard the Axiom have lost considerable bone and muscle mass, rendering them too obese and weak to stand or move without robotic assistance, prominently from hovering chairs. Every task is now automated, including piloting the ship, which is handled by the autopilot, simply named Auto.

He collects items that he finds among the refuse, including spare parts for himself, befriends a cockroach, and saves a seedling plant, which he re-pots in an old boot. Then one day, he meets EVE, a feminine probe sent from the Axiom to find plant life. He falls in love with her upon first sight, but she does not reciprocate his feelings because her only concern is for her directive (though she does show that she's amused by his actions). When WALL-E shows her the plant he found, she stores it inside herself and deactivates. WALL-E goes to great lengths to protect her motionless body until she is retrieved by the ship that delivered her. Distraught, WALL-E clings to the outer hull as it departs into the depths of space.
Stomp the Yard
Stomp the Yard is a 2007 drama film with produced by Rainforest Films and released through Sony Pictures' Screen Gems division on January 12, 2007. Directed by Sylvain White. , working from an original draft by Gregory Ramon Anderson. The film was originally titled Steppin', but to avoid confusion over the 2006 film Step Up, the title was changed.

The film centers around DJ Williams, a college student at a fictional historically Black university who pledges to join a fictional Greek-letter fraternity. The film's central conflict involves DJ's fraternity competing in various stepping competitions against a rival fraternity from the same school. DJ Williams (Columbus Short) is a 19-year-old growing up in Los Angeles. While DJ is at heart a good kid and a gifted street dancer, he runs with a dangerous crowd, and one night an underground dance competition turns into a brawl and DJ ends up in jail. DJ's younger brother has already died a violent death, and his mother, hoping to put him back on the straight and narrow, sends DJ off to Truth University, a historically African-American college in Atlanta.

At first, DJ feels like a misfit at Truth, but when he gets a chance to show off his dancing skills, he attracts the attention of two campus fraternities. Greek life is a major presence at Truth, and each year the fraternities take part in a "stepping" competition, in which the members show off their synchronized dance moves. DJ joins the ONO house, and is eager to help them take the championship away from their campus rivals, but in time he also comes to understand the brotherhood and community service that's a key part of his fraternity's background. DJ also has more on his mind than dancing and studying when he meets April (Meagan Good), a beautiful coed.

Hannah Montana
Hannah Montana is the title character of a popular TV show which debuted on the Disney Channel in March of 2006. Hannah is a famous pop music star who secretly leads a "normal" life as a mildly nerdy Malibu teenager named Miley Stewart, who suffers all the usual complications that come with hiding a famous alter ego.

The show created a popular confusion of Hannah Montana with Miley Cyrus, the actress who plays her. Hannah's father and manager, a former country music star, was played by Cyrus's real-life father and manager, and former country music star, Billy Ray Cyrus. Mitchel Musso and Emily Osment star as the friends of Miley who know her big secret and Jason Earles stars as Miley's brother. The show was an immediate hit and led to a nationwide "Hannah Montana" music tour in 2007, with Miley Cyrus performing as Hannah. The album Hannah Montana was released in 2006, with Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus following in 2007.
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Prison Break
Prison Break is an American tv series that premiered on the Fox Broadcasting Company on August 29, 2005. The story revolves around a man who was sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit and his brother's elaborate plan to help him escape his death sentence. The series' protagonists are Lincoln Burrows played by Dominic Purcell and Michael Scofield played by Wentworth Miller. Lincoln is a high school dropout and a convicted felon, who is wrongfully accused of and charged with the murder of the Vice President of the United State's brother. Michael is Lincoln's brother and worked as a structural engineer before devoting full-time to his brother's case.

Created by Paul Scheuring, the show is produced by Adelstein-Parouse Productions in association with Original Television and 20th Century Fox Television. The current executive producers are Paul Scheuring, Matt Olmsted, Kevin Hooks, Marty Adelstein, Dawn Parouse, Neal Moritz and Brett Ratner. Its theme music is composed by Ramin Djawadi, and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 2006.

The show, currently in its third season, was originally only planned to run for two seasons. The uniqueness of Prison Break is attributed to its serialized story structure, a similar format used by Lost and 24, and to its setting, as very few television series were primarily set and filmed in a prison. Its success and recognition as a prison drama revived interest in the genre.