She survived a brutal massacre, but lost her life. What happens to the final girl once the credits have rolled? Five years ago, a masked killer brutally murdered a group of friends. Since then, Camryn, the lone survivor, has tried to make sense of the homicidal events and struggled to reclaim her shattered life. Wracked with guilt and paranoia, can Camryn ever have a normal existence again or is she destined to cope alone forever? Part slasher movie, part character study, take a penetrating and intimate look at what happens to the remaining true victim of every horror movie.
A married father of three tries to maintain his manliness in a world increasingly dominated by women.
After 18 years of marriage, high school sweethearts Bill and Judy Miller still make each other laugh and try to keep their marriage intact, even when their family pulls them in different directions. Since Bill has a far more immature approach to marriage and raising their three children than Judy does, they work at striking a balance and remembering why they love each other, quirks and all.
A nationwide talent search accepting the best professional and non-professional stand-up comedians. Once the selection process is narrowed to 10, the show covers the contestants as they live together and compete for an exclusive contract with NBC, and to be called the Last Comic Standing.
Comedian Jonny Harris explores small towns on the ropes, performs stand-up shows for the locals who’ve stuck it out, and proves that Canadians know how to laugh at themselves.
Who's Still Standing? was the American adaptation of the Israeli game show Lauf al Hamiliyon, which offers contestants the opportunity to win up to US$1 million while competing in head-to-head trivia battles. Ben Bailey, host of the game show Cash Cab, hosted the show which originally ran on NBC from December 19, 2011 to January 30, 2012. On May 13, 2012, it was announced that the show will not be renewed for a second season due to high production costs, despite having acceptable ratings.
Reality-competition show in which pals from across the country battle in tasks and live together under one roof.
Last Man Standing was a 2005 Australian television series. It aired in Australia from June 2005 to October 2005; and in New Zealand from April to September 2005. It was aired also in Finland in 2007. The series did not return for a second season.
Last Man Standing and latterly Last Woman Standing is a BBC reality TV show that was first aired on 26 June 2007. Each series featured a group of athletic individuals travelling around the globe to take part in different tribal or traditional sports. Whoever physically outperforms the rest in the most challenges is declared the winner. Series 1 was narrated by Richard Hammond, with series 2 being narrated by Ralf Little. 1st Last Man Standing: Jason Bennett from the United States 2nd Last Man Standing: Wolé Adesemoye from the United Kingdom The Last Woman Standing: Anna Campbell from Lamu, Kenya
Brave Man Standing, is a Thai action drama lakorn, loosely based on an older Thai film of the same name. The lakorn became the highest rated lakorn in Thai history. It starred Woranut Wongsawan and Nattawut Sakidjai as the leading couple, and also included Cee Siwat and Cheer with Anuchit and Benz P.
Last Choir Standing was a 2008 talent show-themed television series produced by the BBC in the United Kingdom. Broadcast on BBC One in July and August 2008, the series saw amateur choirs competing each week to be the 'last choir standing'. The series was presented by Myleene Klass and Nick Knowles, with judges Russell Watson, Sharon D. Clarke and Suzi Digby. In the final, following a public telephone vote, the winners were announced as Welsh male voice choir Only Men Aloud!. An collection of songs from the series was released as an album in November 2008.
Monica: Still Standing is an American reality series following R&B singer Monica. The series aired on BET October 27, 2009 after the 2009 BET Hip Hop Awards.
Last One Standing is a 2008 Hong Kong television drama serial created by Amy Wong and produced by TVB. Premiering on Hong Kong's Jade and HD Jade channels on 22 September 2008, the serial ran for 22 episodes. The serial tells the story of ex-convict Hei, a young man who was sentenced to ten years in prison after he was framed for murdering his stepfather. When Hei is released, he exacts vengeance on his cousin Yin, who was a key witness of the murder.
Standing Room Only is an entertainment series on Home Box Office that premiered in 1976. Shows featured concerts, burlesque shows, ventriloquism programs, magic shows and more. From 1982 to 1986, a version of the "HBO in Space" program opening sequence was used to introduce the series.
Standing Room Only was a television programme on association football shown on British channel BBC2 1991. It was produced by the BBC's Youth and Entertainment Features department, at the time headed up by Janet Street-Porter who was also Executive Producer. The first series consisted of six episodes broadcast in BBC2's "Def II" slot. The host was Simon O'Brien, but other people, including Shelley Webb, presented small sections of the programme. The format was magazine style mixing current news stories with star interviews and comedy. Notably involved were comedians David Baddiel and Rob Newman who delivered weekly sketches under the banner of "Sepp Maier's Comedy Shorts", Rory Bremmner who recorded comedy voices, and Guardian cartoonist Steve Bell who drew a weekly graphic comic strip. The series was inspired by the growing mainstream interest in football and the popularity of so called football fanzines magazines notably "When Saturday Comes" which offered the opinions of football fans themselves rather than professionals. It had an informal style with presenters usually standing near football grounds rather than sitting in a studio. In 1994 David Baddiel would go on to co-host the hugely successful football series: "Fantasy Football League" with fellow comedian Frank Skinner.
Australia You're Standing In It was an Australian sketch comedy series produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, first screened in 1983 with a second series made in 1984. In honour of the 30th Anniversary of the show, On March 13, 2013 the complete series was released on DVD