The show is about Mankameshwar Maurya urf Mannu, a young man who firmly believes in the principle that ‘Agar maine kisi ke saath bura nahi kiya, toh mere saath bhi kabhi bura nahi hoga’. His idealistic approach puts him in tricky situations. Surviving a broken marriage. Closed ones taking advantage of him. A ruthless world that tries to bring him down. Mannu still chooses to see the silver lining in and keep a positive attitude towards life.
Samvidhan a.k.a Sam and Aadhya, two sidekicks, have always lived in the shadows of their popular best friends and gone completely unnoticed in Lucknow Central Convent school. Until the two of them finally take notice of each other, albeit under awkward and unusual circumstances, and a surprisingly easy friendship begins. For the first time in their lives, they feel like they belong. But will falling in love be as easy, and for how long can two sidekicks remain heroes of their own love story, before insecurities, changing dynamics and growing pains get the better of them?
Campus Diaries is a coming-of-age drama of six students at Excel University. But this one is so-not-your-regular-college-drama because it goes beyond the routine frolic and friendship plots that quintessential youth dramas portray and tackles relevant yet lesser discussed issues like ragging, discrimination based on societal biases, one sided love stories, rampant drug abuse and toxic relationships that mould your personality and ready you to face the real world.
A world where it's not only about surviving but thriving, Jugaadistan revolves around young politicians, professors and college students and how they navigate various situations while trying to remain morally upright citizens while taking a closer look at various socio-political issues.
Love Monkey is a television series created by Michael Rauch and based on a book of the same name, by Kyle Smith. It starred Tom Cavanagh as a 30-something, single, record executive who navigated the tumultuous and highly amusing waters of work and dating in New York City.
Its first episode aired on January 17, 2006 on CBS, attracting an audience of about 8.6 million viewers. By its third episode on February 7, viewership was down to 6.2 million, and CBS pulled it from the schedule, with no plans for its return.
At the end of March, VH1 announced plans to re-broadcast the three episodes broadcast on CBS and air the five remaining unaired episodes. The last episode aired on May 16, 2006 on VH1.
CBS has one episode available free for online viewing via its new Innertube website and intends to make the other 7 episodes available for viewing there as well.
As it was bought for syndication by VH1, it now airs on MuchMoreMusic in Canada.
In the summers of 2009 and 2010, the series was shown on the Universal HD cable network.
It was a co-production of Paramount Television and Sony Pictures Television.
Tara's multiple personalities include "T" the wild-child teenager, "Buck" the rough and tumble biker dude, and "Alice" the type-A homemaker. But with a family that loves her just the way she is, Tara never gives up hope that someday she can just be herself.