Military in Germany.
On New Year's Eve, a girl is told a story by her grandfather about his days in a military regiment; then, the girl dreams she's at the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
On July 2, 2001, two of tennis's brightest stars faced off in this historic match as seven-time Wimbledon winner Pete Sampras battled 19-year-old Swiss phenom and Junior Wimbledon champ Roger Federer in an epic contest that lasted nearly four hours. This program features both Sampras and Federer reminiscing about the match, as well as illuminating commentary from other players, including Boris Becker and Martina Navratilova.
Küstenwache is a German television series that tells the fictionalized adventures of a unit of Federal Coast Guard officers off the German coast of the Baltic Sea.
Simba's son, Kion, assembles a group of animals to protect the Pride Lands, known as the Lion Guard.
Palace Guard is a drama series that was briefly broadcast by CBS as part of its 1991 fall lineup. It was produced by Stephen J. Cannell. Palace Guard is the story of a reformed jewel thief and cat burglar, Tommy Logan, who, after serving three years in prison, is released on parole and accepts an offer to become the head of security for the posh Palace Hotel chain. There were two reasons for this somewhat unusual job offer. One was that Logan had previously enjoyed great success in stealing from the high-class clientele of the Palace chain, and hence it was thought that he'd understand how to prevent others from doing so. And the other was that Tommy was the illegitimate son of the chain's owner, Arturo Taft, though Taft did not reveal this to Logan. The show centered primarily around the working relationship between Logan and his new boss, Christy Cooper, the hotel chain's Vice-President of Public Relations. In each episode, Logan and Cooper travelled to a hotel in a different city where Logan would help avert some disaster using quirky and questionable methods, leaving Cooper to sweep up the fallout. Palace Guard was pulled from the CBS lineup after only three episodes had been aired.
The Guard is a Canadian drama television series portraying the life of the Canadian Coast Guard along the British Columbia Coast. Filming takes place in Squamish, British Columbia with Howe Sound standing in for the fictional Port Hallet and a real 47-foot Coast Guard lifeboat Cape St. James has been renamed Cape Pacific for the series. The show primarily revolves around the four main characters: Miro Da Silva, Laura Nelson, Andrew Vanderlee, and Carly Greig. There is also a strong supporting cast, including Gordon Michael Woolvett, who worked with Bacic previously on Andromeda, and Eve Harlow, who won a 2009 Leo Award for her role on the show. The show focuses on both the professional and personal lives of the lead characters, confronting issues such as addiction, post traumatic stress disorder, and family problems. It was picked up by Ion premiering March 13, 2010. By late April, it was put on hiatus on the basis that it "did not find a broad enough audience on the network", explained a spokesperson. It subsequently aired for a period on the ION Life digital channel.
Gad Guard is a 26-episode anime television series directed by Hiroshi Nishikiori and produced by Gonzo, which was broadcast across Japan by the anime satellite television network, Animax, and the terrestrial Fuji Television network. It has been licensed for North American distribution by Geneon Entertainment, and also aired on Anime Unleashed in 2005. With FUNimation's "New Show A Go-Go", they have acquired the distribution rights of the anime, and it was available in early 2009.
Dai-Guard, lit. "Terrestrial Defense Corp. Dai-Guard" is an anime television series, produced and animated by XEBEC, and directed by Seiji Mizushima. It aired from October 5, 1999 to March 28, 2000 on TV Tokyo, ran for 26 episodes. 6 volumes of videos were released on VHS and DVD. The series also had a very brief run on Cartoon Network through Toonami's "Giant Robot Week."
On Guard For Thee was a Canadian documentary television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1981.
The Rear Guard was a 1976 pilot episode for an American adaptation of the British situation comedy Dad's Army. Set in World War II, The Rear Guard followed a band of men in the American Civil Defense who were part of an auxiliary force in the event of an invasion of the USA. The episode was an adaptation of "The Deadly Attachment", in which a German U-Boat crew are placed under the supervision of the platoon. The pilot was aired on Tuesday the 10 August 1976, broadcast simultaneously on American Broadcasting Company channel 7 and 8. However it was not popular and never made it past its pilot to become a series. As it was a failure, the original tapes the show was recorded on were wiped. However copies of the show are in the possession of the show's director Hal Cooper and other producers that were associated with the show.
Nick Fallin is a hotshot lawyer working at his father's ultrasuccessful Pittsburgh law firm. Unfortunately, the high life has gotten the best of Nick. Arrested for drug use, he's sentenced to do 1,500 hours of community service, somehow to be squeezed into his 24/7 cutthroat world of mergers, acquisitions and board meetings. Reluctantly, he's now The Guardian - a part-time child advocate at Legal Aid Services, where one case after another is an eye-opening instance of kids caught up in difficult circumstances.
Peter Quill is Star-Lord, the brash adventurer who, to save the universe from its greatest threats, joins forces with a quartet of disparate misfits — fan-favorite Rocket Raccoon, a tree-like humanoid named Groot, the enigmatic, expert fighter Gamora and the rough edged warrior Drax the Destroyer.
Diablo Guardián is a 2013 Spanish-language telenovela produced by RTI Producciones and Televisa for United States-based television network UniMás. It is an adaptation of book Diablo Guardían written by Xavier Velasco.
The Guardians is a television drama series of 13x60 minute episodes made by London Weekend Television and broadcast in the UK on the ITV network between July 10, 1971 and October 2, 1971. The opening titles and closing credits included a memorable theme tune composed by Wilfred Josephs.
What happens when animals are in distress and can't advocate for themselves? Guardians of Rescue step in. In this all-new series, Animal Planet introduces this volunteer-run organization called Guardians of Rescue and follows its quest to help any animal in need - anywhere, anytime. The Guardians features Guardians of Rescue founder and President Rob Misseri and his dynamic team: Dori, Moose, Brian, Face, Marceline, Miss Elle, Amanda and Bill. Though they may be an eclectic team - ex-military personnel, retired police detectives, former FBI investigators, carpenters, electricians and even former convicts and gang members - they unite in their passion and dedication for animal advocacy. With this group, first impressions are not always what they seem. When an animal is in need, their tough facade washes away and clients see their true love and compassion come forth.
Jovem Guarda was primarily a Brazilian musical television show first aired by Rede Record in 1965, though the term soon expanded so as to designate the entire movement and style surrounding it. The members of the program were singers who had been influenced by the American rock n' roll of the late 1950s and British Invasion bands of the 1960s, though the music often became softer, more naïve versions with light, romantic lyrics aimed at teenagers. They were Roberto Carlos, Erasmo Carlos and Wanderléa, with other bands and musicians appearing on the show as guests. The style became popularly known as "iê-iê-iê", a term that, like French yé-yé, is most likely based on the freqüent "yeah" cries heard in songs of the period. Iê-iê-iê was often considered a lesser genre, inferior to the more sophisticated bossa nova and MPB music of the period. Jovem Guarda also became a lucrative business thanks to merchandise that explored its theme and even a couple of themed motion pictures were shot during the period, thus reinforcing the idea of its lack of artistic integrity. However, by the late sixties and early seventies, singers Erasmo Carlos and Roberto Carlos had shown a more mature side to their work and, later, even MPB singers, as Nara Leão, Maria Bethânia, Gal Costa and Elis Regina, would add their material to their repertoires. For a long time, the program was the leader of the audience "youth Sunday afternoons," as the song of Sunday Afternoons Young, Roberto Carlos. But from the end of 1967, audience numbers began to fall, probably as a result of overexposure of the artists, who attended all the programs in order to maximize their income. The spread of the rock led to the artists who performed in the program were depreciated on charges of sold and Americanized by a section of the public preferred the songs of the festivals and then Tropicalia. Thanks to "Young Guard," Brazilian rock began to be recognized throughout South America appeared most avant-garde artists as well, and impressed by the music of youth in the program, as Raul Seixas to his songs with religious themes, mystical and strange and Rita Lee songs that mocked the Brazilian music scene old and new and the strange appearance of the rock by the sight of a middle class mother. The style of the songs were romantic and unconcerned with politics, which led many intellectuals to mock and be against the program that never spoke out against the dictatorship. The most famous episodes was when the release of the album Roberto Carlos "The inimitable" artists and intellectuals began to call the singer of "The Brazilian-Americanized and alienated." The exact difference between the Young Guard led by Roberto Carlos and Tropicalismo Caetano and Gilberto Gil, is not in excencia but the influence they had: The young guard Roberto Carlos was very influenced by American rock, while the Tropicalismo was influenced by British rock more intellectual. In Tropicalism still had the influence of Bob Dylan.
Safe Guards is a TVB costume drama series broadcast in February 2006.
G-Force: Guardians of Space is the second American animated television adaptation of the Japanese anime series Science Ninja Team Gatchaman, following Sandy Frank Entertainment's initial 1978 effort Battle of the Planets and preceding ADV Films recent 2005 attempt, known as just Gatchaman. With G-Force, Sandy Frank Entertainment collaborated with Turner Broadcasting to create a newer, more faithful translation of Science Ninja Team Gatchaman for a new audience, and such a translation was made possible with the relaxed television standards of the 1980s, a luxury that the more Star Wars-themed Battle of the Planets did not enjoy.