The Flash is an American superhero series developed by Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns and Andrew Kreisberg. The series is based on the DC Comics character Barry Allen / Flash, a young man with the ability to move at an incredible superhuman speed. The music of the movie is composed by Blake Neely, Nathaniel Blume, Daniel James Chan and Sherri Chung. The Flash was produced by J.P. Finn, Emily Silver, Jennifer Lence, Carl Ogawa, Geoff Garrett, Brooke Roberts, Dermott Downs, Glen Winter, and Judalina Neira. The executive producers of The Flash include David Nutter, Gabrielle Stanton, Sarah Schechter, Aaron Helbing, Todd Helbing, Andrew Kreisberg, and Greg Berlanti.
The series was primarily filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The cinematographers of the series include C. Kim Miles, Brenton Spencer, Stewart Whelan, Alwyn Kumst and Jeffrey C. Mygatt. The series was edited by Nathan Draper, Felicia Mignon and Christopher Oakes. The series is shot with a single-camera setup.
The Flash premiered in Brazil on the 7th of October, 2014, where it became the second-most watched premiere in the history of The CW (next to Vampire Diaries). The series is still ongoing with 6 seasons and 133 episodes completed already. The series is produced under Berlanti Productions, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Television. It is majorly distributed by The CW Network, along with, Canadian TV, FOX, HBO Max, Netflix and Warner Home Video.
The Flash has received numerous appraisals and accolades. The series has been nominated for 80 awards out of which it has won 26. Notably, the series won the People’s Choice Award for “Favorite New TV Drama” in 2014. It was also nominated for the Outstanding Special Visual Effects at the 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Cast and Characters
Some of the lead characters in The Flash include Barry Allen / The Flash by Grant Gustin, Iris West by Candice Patton, Caitlin Snow by Danielle Panabaker, Cisco Ramon by Carlos Valdes, Dr. Harry Wells by Tom Cavanagh, Joe West by Jesse L. Martin, Cecile Horton by Danielle Nicolet, Wally West by Keiynan Lonsdale, Eddie Thawne by Rick Cosnett, Zoom by Ryan Hand;ey, Savitar by Tobin Bell and many other characters.
The failure of a massive scientific project triggered a lightening which struck Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), a young forensic scientist in Central City. He wakes up from a long coma only to realize that he has been gifted with superhuman speed which enables him to literally move at lightning speed. He later finds out that he is not the only with special gifts. The series follows his crime fighting adventure as he strives to keep his city safe from dangerous forces.
Smallville is the story of the superman character with a blend of action, realism, and emotions. The series was created by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, based on the popular DC Comics character Superman created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The music for the series was created by Mark Snow and Louis Febre. The opening theme “Save Me” was composed by Remy Zero. The executive producers of the series include Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, Michael Tollin, Brian Robbins, Joe Davola, Ken Horton, Greg Beeman, James Marshall, Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer, Kelly Souders, Brian Peterson, and Tom Welling.
The production locations for the series was British Columbia, Canada. The series was filmed by Glen Winter, Barry Donlevy, Attila Moxness and Gordon Verheul. The series film editing was done by Ron Spang, Andi Armaganian, Neil Felder and David Ekstrom.
Smallville first premiered on the 16th of October, 2001 and ran through 13th of May, 2011. The series had a total of 10 seasons and 217 episodes. Each episode had a 42 minutes running time. The series was produced under Tollin/Robbins Productions, Milar Gough Ink, Warner Bros. Television, DC Comics and DC Entertainment banner. It was initially broadcasted on The WB. After the first 5 seasons, The WB and UPN merged to form The CW. The last half of the series was broadcast here.
Cast and Characters
The series ran for a decade and had more than hundred cast members. However, some of the leading characters include Clark Kent by Tom Welling, Chloe Sullivan by Allison Mack, Lana Lang by Kristin Kreuk, Lex Luthor by Michael Rosenbaum, Lionel Luthor by John Glover, Louis Lane by Erica Durance, Martha Kent by Annette O’Toole, Jonathan Kent by John Schneider, Oliver Queen by Justin Hartley, Pete Ross by Sam Jones III, Tess Mercer by Cassidy Freeman, Jimmy Olsen by Aaron Ashmore, Kara / Supergirl by Laura Vandervoort, Jor-El by Terence Stamp and Zod by Callum Blue.
There are a number of movies out there with stories of the man of steel. But Smallville focuses on Clark Kent (Tom Welling), a young teenage boy who is trying to fit in and find his place in the world. It highlights his struggles and triumphs, how he learned to control his powers and become the man of steel we all know. He also deals with typical teenage issues, played high school football and fell in love with the beautiful Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk).
The 5th season trails his adulthood and career. This is marked by the introduction of the Louis Lane character in the story line.
It is a good show for those interested in following the growth of the man of steel.
Money Heist is the most watched non-English series in Netflix history. The Spanish series, La Casa de papel “The House of Paper”, follows the lives and deaths a gang of intelligent robbers as they rob the biggest banking infrastructures in Spain. Money Heist is the brainchild of Alex Pina, and a crime drama, thriller genre. The opening theme is titled “My Life is Going On” by Cecilia Krull. Other music composers include Ivan Martinez Lacamara and Manel Santisteban.
The executive producers of the series include Álex Pina, Sonia Martínez, Jesús Colmenar, Esther Martínez Lobato, and Nacho Manubens.
A significant part of the series was shot in Madrid, Spain. However, other major portions of the series were shot Panama, Thailand and Italy. The series was shot by Migue Amoedo with a couple of episodes done by David Azcano, Mike Valentine and Sergi Bartorli. The film editing for Money Heist was done by Luis Miguel Gonzalez Bedmar, along with a team of other editors. Money Heist was shot in a single-camera set up.
The series had earlier run from the 2nd of May, 2017 through 23rd of November, 2017 on the Spanish Antena 3. However, Netflix later acquired the right to stream the series to a global audience in late 2017 and released the first part on the 20th of December, 2017. The series was created under Atresmedia and Vancouver media production companies. The series is still ongoing with 2 seasons, each divided into 2 parts (making 4 in total) and 31 episodes already completed. La Casa de papel has enjoyed wide reception and acclamation with 30 awards nominations, winning 23 of them, including the 46th International Emmy Awards for the best drama series.
Cast and Characters
The series features a long list of characters. The major characters include the narrator of the series, Tokio by Ursula Corbero, The Professor by Alvaro Morte, Nairobi by Alba Flores, Raquel Murillo / Lisbon by Itziar Ituno, Berlin by Pedro Alonso, Rio by Miguel Herran, Denver by Jaime Lorente, Monica Gaztambide / Stockholm by Esther Acebo, Arturo Roman by Enrique Arce, Helsinki by Darko Peric, Angel by Fernando Soto, Palermo by Rodrigo De la Serna, Bogota by Hovik Keuchkerian, Marsella by Luka Peros, Oslo by Roberto Garcia and several other characters.
Led by a super-genius man called “The Professor”, a group of 8 robbers set out to execute the most ambitious money heist in the history of Spain. In the first two parts of the series, the gang breaks into the Royal Mint of Spain and gets away with €2.4 billion. With 67 hostages and a master plan, the gang remained inside the mint, printing money for themselves for 11 days.
In the ongoing part, the gang is forced out of hiding, and on a new heist. This time, they break into the Federal Bank of Spain as they deal with more complex situations.
Married… With Children is an American TV series and sitcom that aired from 1987 to 1997. The series was created by Michael G. Moye and Ron Leavitt. The theme music composer are Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen. Other composers on the show include Johnathan Wolff, Michael Andreas, Mike Finnigan and Jay Gruska. The series involved Michael G. Moye, Ron Leavitt, Katherine Green, Richard Gurman, Kim Weiskopf, and Pamela Eells O’Connell. The producers of the TV series, Married…With Children, are Barbara Blachut Cramer and John Maxwell Anderson.
The series was shot in California, USA by cinematographer, Thomas W. Markle and Dan Kuleto. The film editing was majorly done by Larry Harris. The series was shot with a Videotape and multi-camera set up. The series ran for a decade with 259 episodes and 11 seasons in total. Married…With Children was originally broadcasted from the 5th of April, 1987 to 9th of June, 1997. This makes it the longest-lasting live-action sitcom on Fox.
It was also the first TV series to be broadcast in the network’s primetime slot.
Cast and Characters
For a series that lasted for 10 years, one would expect an elaborately long list of characters. The major characters in the series Married…With Children include Al Bundy by Ed O’Neill, Peggy Bundy by Katey Sagal, Kelly Bundy by Christina Applegate, Bud Bundy by David Faustino, Marcy D’Arcy by Amanda Bearse, Jefferson D’Arcy by Ted McGinley, Steve Rhoades by David Garrison, Buck by Kevin Curran, Griff by Harold Sylvester, Bod Rooney by E. E. Bell, Officer Dan by Dan Tullis Jr., Ike by Tom McCleister, Al’s Mom by Gita Isak, Norris by Frank Lloyd, Sven by Shane Sweet and several other characters.
Married…With Children is a TV series that follows the life and family of Al Bundy (Ed O’Neill), a misanthropic salesman at a women shoe shop. Residing in suburban Chicago, Al used to be a glorified high school football player, but his life didn’t turn out as he we have wanted it to. The series follow the day to day lives of Al, his lazy wife Peggy (Katey Sagal), their attractive, dumb and promiscuous daughter Kelly (Christina Applegate), and their smart, sexually dysfunctional son Bud (David Faustino). It also follows the lives of their neighbors Steve Rhoades (David Garrison) and his wife Marcy (Amanda Bearse), who later got divorced. Marcy got remarried to Jefferson D’Arcy (Ted McGinley).
The series is a classic American sitcom and family show.
The American series, Beauty and the Beast, is a sci-fi that tells the thrilling tale a beautiful detective who fell in love with a cyborg-man. The series is a police procedural and suspense genre movie. The series was created by Ron Koslow, along with Sherri Cooper-Landsman and Jennifer Levin. The theme music was composed by Mark Isham. Other composers include Jim Guttridge, Sean Hosein, and Claude Foisy.
The series was produced by Bill Goddard, along with several executive producers such as Frank Siracusa, John Weber, Tony Thomas, Roger Grant, Ron Koslow, Paul Junger Witt, Bill Haber, Sherri Cooper-Landsman, Jennifer Levin, Brad Kern, Gary Fleder, and Stuart Gillard. The series was shot in Toronto, Ontario in Canada. The cinematography includes David A. Makin, D.Gregor Hagey, Bruce Chun, and David Greene. The series was also edited by Aaron Rottinghaus, John Peter Bernardo, Jim Towne, and Juan Carlos Garza.
The pilot episode of the American TV series was released on The CW on October 11, 2012, and it ran till September 15, 2016. The series has a total of 4 seasons and 70 episodes with a running time of 40 – 42 minutes per episode. Beauty and the Beast were produced under CBS Television Studios, along with, Take 5 Productions, Whizbang Films, and the Canadian Production Tax Credit. It was primarily distributed by The CW Network, along with, Showcase, ETC Entertainment Central, Fox, and Universal Channel.
Casts and Characters
Throughout its running time, the series featured over a hundred casts. However, here are the major characters of Beauty and the Beast. Catherine Chandler by Kristin Kreuk, Vincent Keller by Jay Ryan, Tess Vargas by Nina Lisandrello, J.T. Forbes by Austin Basis, Heather Chandler by Nicole Gale Anderson, Gabe Lowen by Sendhil Ramamurthy, Evan Marks by Max Brown, Agent Bob Reynolds, Joe Bishop by Brian White, and several other characters.
A beautiful police detective, Catherine Chandler (Kristin Kreuk) saw her mother murdered and almost suffered the same faith but was miraculously saved by “something”. Nine years later, she got a case that led her to Vincent (Jay Ryan), an ex-soldier who was falsely reported to have been killed in action. The series follows both characters as they become closer, and she realizes who he really is.
The series is an endless pump of action, thrill, and romance. It is a great choice for sci-fi lovers.
The American Series, 2 Broke Girl$, is a hilarious sitcom that follows the lives of two struggling young ladies in their mid-twenties in search of financial breakthrough. The series was created by Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings. The theme music was composed by Peter Bjorn and John. The executive producers of the series are Michael Patrick King, Whitney Cummings, Michelle Nader, Liz Feldman, and Liz Astrof.
The series was shot in Los Angeles, California (USA) by cinematographers Chris La Fountaine, Gary Baum, and Joseph W. Calloway. It was also edited by Darryl Bates, Ben Bosse, and Peter Chakos. The sitcom was shot with a multi-camera setup. The series was premiered on CBS on September 19, 2011, and it was on air till April 17, 2017. The series, 2 Broke Girls, had a total of 6 seasons and 136 episodes with 21-22 minutes running time for each episode.
2 Broke Girls was produced by the Michael Patrick King Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. It was later distributed by CBS, CityTv, 4music, CNBC, Comedy Max, and Warner Home Video.
Cast and Characters
The series casting was done by Julie Ashton. The major characters of 2 Broke Girls include Max Black by Kat Dennings, Caroline Channing by Beth Behrs, Earl by Garrett Morris, Oleg by Jonathan Kite, Han Lee by Matthew Moy, Sophie Kachinsky by Jennifer Coolidge, Randy by Ed Quinn, John by Patrick Cox, Andy by Ryan Hansen, Johnny by Nick Zano, Bobby Christopher Gorham, Deke by Eric Andre, Luis by Federico Dordei, Nicolas by Gilles Marini and many others.
The series follows the lives of two waitresses-become-friends, Max Black (Kat Dennings) and Caroline Channing (Beth Behrs). Kat is the child of a poor single mother with an unknown father, while Caroline was born with a silver spoon until she lost it after her billionaire father was caught operating a Ponzi Scheme. Fate brings both ladies together to work at a diner in Brooklyn. The series chronicles their hilarious experiences at the diner, living as roommates and working towards their goal of starting a cupcake business.
The girls work at the restaurant with their boss, Han Lee (Matthew Moy), a pervert Ukrainian cook, Oleg (Jonathan Kite), and 75-year old cashier, Earl (Garrett Morris).
If you are a lover of the medical series “Grey’s Anatomy”, then you should enjoy this American TV series, Private Practice. The series is a spin-off of Grey’s Anatomy with focus on the life of Dr. Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh). The series was created by Shonda Rhimes and largely directed by Mark Tinker. The theme music composer are Chad Fischer and Timothy Bright.
The producers of the TV series are Lauren Schmidt, Sanford Golden, Hans van Doornewaard, Ayanna Floyd, Scott Printz, Elizabeth Klaviter, Jenna Bans, Karen Wyscarver, Ann Kindberg, and Christopher Fife. It also involves executive producers such as Shonda Rhimes, Marti Noxon, Betsy Beers, Mark Gordon, Mark Tinker, Jon Cowan, Robert Rovner, Craig Turk, Steve Blackman, Mark Wilding, Jon Cowan, Robert L. Rovner, Barbie Klingman, and Jennifer Cecil.
The TV series was filmed in California (USA) by cinematographer Lex DuPont. The series was edited by Christal Khatib, Noah Pontell, Matthew Ramsey, and Sunny Hodge.
Private Practice was aired on ABC from 26th of September, 2007 to 22nd of January, 2013. The series ran for 6 seasons with 111 episodes. The series was created under Shondaland, The Mark Gordon Company, ABC Studios and Cinema Vehicle Services productions companies. It was distributed by the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), Canadian TV, 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment and other distribution companies.
The series has received 21 award nominations, winning 11 awards between 2007 to 2013.
Cast and Characters
Throughout its 6 years airing period, the series featured over 100 different cast members. Some of the major characters include Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery by Kate Walsh, Dr. Cooper Freedman by Paul Adelstein, Dr. Charlotte King by KaDee Strickland, Dr. Sam Bennett by Taye Diggs, Dr. Violet Turner by Amy Brenneman, Dr. Pete Wilder by Tim Daly, Dr. Sheldon Wallace by Brian Benben, Dr. Naomi Bennett by Audra McDonald, Dr. Amelia Shepard by Caterina Scorsone, William ‘Dell’ Parker by Chris Lowell, Dr Lake Reilly by Benjamin Bratt and Mason Warner by Griffin Gluck.
The series is a spin-off of Grey’s Anatomy. It focuses on the life of a neonatal surgeon, Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery (Kate Walsh), after she left Seattle Grace for Los Angeles to join a small public clinic. The series follows her struggles to get a fresh start, her life as a medical practitioner and her personal life. The series also follows her boyfriend, Dr. Sam Bennett, pediatrician Cooper Freedman, and sex therapist, Charlotte King.