An Indian intelligence agent journeys to a war-torn coastal island to break a resolute rebel group and meets a passionate journalist.
Café Meineid is a German courtroom comedy television series based on actual cases. The series aired 147 episodes from 1990 to 2003 and ended with the death of lead actor Erich Hallhuber.
Nightmare Cafe is a short-lived American telefantasy program which aired on NBC for an abridged first season from January to April 1992. While the overall tone of the program was that of a mystical fantasy, it frequently incorporated elements of dark humor, horror, and even outright comedy. A total of six episodes were produced before low ratings led to its cancellation. The series has subsequently been shown on the Sci Fi Channel as part of their Series Collection. The series began showing on NBC Universal's horror and suspense-themed cable channel, Chiller in March 2009.
The coffee machine of a small company is the scene of discussions between employees. Private life, professional life, gossip, mockery, ... everything goes!
Bagdad Cafe is an American television sitcom starring Whoopi Goldberg and Jean Stapleton. The series premiered March 30, 1990 on CBS. The show is based on the 1987 Percy Adlon film Bagdad Cafe.
Comedy drama series from Preston Front writer Tim Firth. Set in the fictional town of Hale Point on the borders of England and Wales, home to a cross-section of amazing, colourful characters who, under normal circumstances, would never have met. Rock star Charlotte Smith quits at the height of her fame and buys the American diner on the outskirts of her home town so she can settle down with her builder boyfriend David Doyle. He invites his daft elder brother Kidder to become the chef while the nervous Ronnie gives up her life as "Charlotte" in a copycat band to become waitress. The Border Cafe becomes a meeting place for all sorts of curious characters and a centre of intrigue. But as the cafe takes off, the whole notion of whose life depends on whose starts to shift with dramatic consequences
Han-gyeol is a smart young man who hates to be tied down to one career in his life. Abhorring the idea of joining the family business, he is ordered by his grandmother to manage a cafe. Unable to disobey his grandmother, he reluctantly takes over the responsibility of running a cafe and begins to immerse himself in the gourmet coffee business. One day, he meets Eun-chan, whom he mistakes as a boy, and learns the meaning of true love...
Coffee House is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Kang Ji-hwan, Park Si-yeon, Ham Eun-jung, and Jung Woong-in. It aired on SBS from May 17 to July 27, 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 20:45 for 18 episodes. The early working title was Page One.
Café Americain is an American sitcom starring Valerie Bertinelli which aired on NBC during the 1993–1994 television season from September 18, 1993 to February 8, 1994 with two leftover episodes shown on May 28, 1994. It was filmed at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California.
The 'Blind Date Cafe', operated by the MCs/cast members Lee Juk, Yoo In Na, and Yang Se Hyung, will be a cafe specializing in blind date meetings. The cast members will observe various non-celebrities undergo blind dates, while serving and operating the cafe.
Salam Cafe is an Australian comedy talk show. Produced by RMITV, and originally airing on Channel 31 from 31 April 2005 under the title Ramadan TV, the show began a revamped ten week run on the SBS from 7 May 2008. Hosted by Ahmed Imam and starring various Muslim panellists, including Waleed Aly and Susan Carland, the show presents a light hearted, humorous view on life as a Muslim in Australia through panel discussion and a series of sketches that lampoon the representation of Muslims in Australia and the Islamic way of life. The show was filmed in front of a live audience in Sydney and Melbourne.
Camera Café is a situational comedy television show in the Philippines that airs everyday on GMA Network and QTV produced by Henri DeLorme and Euro Asia; written by Rody Vera, Liza Magtoto, Vincent de Jesus, Rey Agapay, and Jose Dennis C. Teodosio; and directed by Mark Meily.
Homegrown Cafe was a local-talent show that aired on CJOH in Ottawa, during the 1980s and 1990s. It showcased much of the city's talented youth and adults, some of whom went on to pursue professional careers. The show was hosted by J.J. Clarke. Auspicious guests included Vankleek Hill act the Bushmen, Sharon Proulx, Andi Harden, Kareena Dainty-Edward, Eva Avila, Julie Dainty, Chris Dainty and others. Other Notable performers were Amanda Wilkinson, Leanne and Kelly Slade Leah Gordon and Stephanie Cadman and Ryan Gosling. Hollywood actor and award winner In 1998, CJOH undertook a major cost cutting endeavour, which included a severe reduction in local programming, during which Homegrown Cafe was cancelled despite its local popularity.