Strip Mall is a situation comedy that aired on Comedy Central from June 2000 until March 2001. The series, a spoof of prime time soap operas, was set in Van Nuys, California which is series star/creator/executive producer Julie Brown's hometown. The titular "Strip Mall" was the fictional Plaza del Toro. Brown starred as Tammi Tyler, an ex-child actress who at 12 had stabbed her adult co-star to death after eating a cupcake laced with PCP. Now, as an adult,Tammi worked as a waitress at the Funky Fox, a bar located in the Plaza del Toro. One of her fellow employees was Patti the barmaid. In the series premiere Tammi married the owner of Starbrite Cleaners, Harvey Krudup, who she thought was worth millions, but realized that Starbrite's lone location was at the Plaza. For the rest of the show's run Tammi would try to end her marriage.
Treasure Mall is a kids game show which aired in weekly syndication from June 11 to September 3, 1988. Future Queer as Folk star and comedian Hal Sparks was the host, with Ed MacKay announcing. It was commonly paired with the kids game show Slime Time, also in syndication. The two shows debuted and were cancelled on the same dates.
Mall Masters is the name of a game show from Stone-Stanley that aired on GSN, from April 1 to August 31, 2001, with reruns airing until December 1, 2001. The show was hosted by TV personality Chris Harrison, who also introduced himself in the intro. Three contestants competed to test their knowledge of pop culture. The show was taped at the Camp Snoopy Theater inside the world-famous Mall of America in Minneapolis during November and December 2000. Most of the contestants were from the Minneapolis area, many working at the mall itself. Though the theater was on an upper level in the mall, the video production truck was located a half mile away in the basement loading docks. Post production was done in Los Angeles.
Mall Cops: Mall of America is an American reality television series that follows the work of the security team at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, the second largest mall in North America.The series was originally just a special one hour event, however due to the popularity TLC decided to commission a twelve-part series of half an hour length. The special aired on October 15, 2009 with the series debuting on May 27, 2010. It is produced by September Films, the company behind Bridezillas.
The lives and relationships of two record store employees, an "object of perfection" greeter at the American Eagle store across the way, as well as a slightly psychotic girl who works in a lingerie store, and a bad-boy poseur from the requisite mall juice bar.
Mallikoulu was a Finnish television reality show. The first season aired in 2005 on an MTV3 channel followed by half an hour follow up show on the smaller channel Sub. However, it wasn't made from the format of America's Next Top Model but from a new one created by former Finnish top model Marita Hakala, there were some similarities to the famous American TV show hosted by Tyra Banks. Instead of making the show only for the TV-viewers as in America´s Next Top Model, it was teaching shy Finnish girls how to make it in the big world of Fashion business based on Hakala´s own experience. At the end of the first season of Mallikoulu with 625 000 viewers, Suvi Koponen was announced as the winner. She won model agency contract with leading model agency Women in Milan, Italy. Ever since Suvi Koponen has established incredible modeling career. She has worked for numerous designers including Anna Sui, Vera Wang, Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan, Anne Klein, Blumarine, Miu Miu, BCBG Max Azria, Calvin Klein, Louis Vuitton, Nina Ricci and Prada. Koponen has also had an editorial in the French Vogue shot by David Sims. Koponen has also appeared in the American Vogue. The second season of Mallikoulu was seen in 2006. The winner was 16-year-old Sanni Salminen. Salminen hasn't managed to surpass Suvi Koponen and has not been working much as an international model yet.
Mallia-E-Kitchen is an Indian cookery television series that premiered on Colors on July 12, 2009. The first season of series is hosted by Shruti Seth and is sponsored by LG Corp. Each episode consists of a cookery competition between two women who prepare the same dish; however, one of them prepares it on the traditional gas stove and other concocts it in a microwave oven in a deadline of 20 minutes. The food concocted is first commented by a chef and then tasted by the celebrity guest, who is supposed to guess whether the dish he liked was made on microwave or stove. The name of the winner is kept anonymous until the guest decides which one was the best. The winner is given the title of "LG Mallia-E-Kitchen" and an LG microwave oven from regional director of LG.
The Mallens was a popular Granada Television adaptation of Catherine Cookson novels that ran for 13 episodes from 1979-1980.
A Miss Mallard Mystery is a Sino-Canadian mystery animated series produced by Cinar and Shanghai Animation Film Studio for the Teletoon network and OTV, loosely based on the Robert Quackenbush book series. Each show focuses on Miss Mallard and her nephew Willard Widgeon as they visit various places around the world, solving mysteries. All characters in the show are ducks or resemble ducks.
Guten Morgen, Mallorca was a German television series set on the island of Majorca.
An extraordinary journey to India.