Being a pro athlete didn't pan out for Colt. Now he's helping his dad and brother keep the ranch afloat, and figuring out how he fits into the family.
The Virginian is an American Western television series starring James Drury and Doug McClure, which aired on NBC from 1962 to 1971 for a total of 249 episodes. It was a spin-off from a 1958 summer series called Decision. Filmed in color, The Virginian became television's first 90-minute western series. Immensely successful, it ran for nine seasons—television's third longest running western. It follows Bonanza at fourteen seasons and 430 episodes, and Gunsmoke at twenty seasons and 635 episodes.
A divorced couple who married when they were 19 meet six years later and rediscover their feelings for each other.
Holiday Ranch was a Canadian television variety series airing on the CBC from 1953 to 1958. The show initially aired on weeknights then moved to a weekly Saturday night schedule before Hockey Night in Canada. The set of the series was a ranch house and the plot featured a set of regulars who visited the ranch each week. The production cost was approximately $5000 per episode. The show was considered among the most popular in 1950s Canadian television.
Acrobat Ranch is an American children's television series that aired on ABC on Saturday morning from August 19, 1950 to 1951. The program is notable for being one of ABC's first Saturday morning children's shows.
MotorSport Ranch is an American reality television series created by Alexander Muse. The show centers around a real-life country club where instead of a golf course or tennis courts, the members have access to two world class road courses. MotorSport Ranch is located in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, complete with trackside homes, full outfitted racing garages, a multi-level clubhouse and more than 400 active members. Produced by Robert Bennett, Alexander Muse and Scott Ryan, the pilot originally aired on INHD and the series premiered on VOOM's Rush HD HDTV channel.
Texas Ranch House is an PBS American reality television series that premiered in May 2006. Produced by Thirteen/WNET New York, Wall to Wall Media Limited, and PBS, the show placed fifteen modern day people in the context of 1867 Texas. Show participants attempted to run a ranch for two and a-half months using 19th century tools and techniques. The historian Alwyn Barr, professor emeritus at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, was the consultant on the program.
From 1955 until 1978, Circle 8 Ranch was a popular weekly country and western television program broadcast each Tuesday night on Wingham, Ontario's CKNX, Channel 8. It began as a radio program called the CKNX Barn Dance on CKNX's AM sister station. The half hour variety show was first hosted by broadcaster Johnny Brent, then later by musician Ernie King. The program featured popular country acts of the local, provincial and national stage. Each program ended with the memorable words "Lets say goodbye like we said hello, in a friendly kind of way..." Don Robertson's Ranch Boys hosted many CKNX Barn Dances in the Southcentral and Southwestern Ontario areas. The travelling show was an offshoot of the popular program. Regular cast members who developed into regional celebrities were Ernie King, Hugh Elder, Ross Mann, Don Robertson, Cora Robertson and Wayne Riehl. Over the years, the program helped launch the careers of such Canadian music luminaries as Tommy Hunter, Al Cherney, Gordie Tapp, The Good Brothers, Gordon Lightfoot and The Mercey Brothers.
In a remote and picturesque corner of northwestern Montana, Jon and Etta Smith are set to construct a self-sustaining “off-the-grid” farm house and bison ranch.
Monster Rancher, known in Japan as Monster Farm, is a 73-episode anime series based on Tecmo's Monster Rancher video game franchise. It originally aired on Japanese television on TBS from April 17, 1999 to September 30, 2001. An English-language version by Bohbot Entertainment aired in North America on Fox Kids. In Japan, the program existed as two separate series; Enbanseki no Himitsu for episodes 1-48 and Densetsu e no Michi for episodes 49-73.
Lunch no Joō is a Japanese drama series aired in Japan on Fuji TV in 2002. It stars Yuko Takeuchi, Yōsuke Eguchi, Satoshi Tsumabuki, and Shinichi Tsutsumi. Natsumi loves lunchtime and food. Nothing excites her more than to walk down the street thinking about where she'll eat lunch. One day, a man Kennichiro interrupts Natsumi as she's about to eat her favorite rice omelet and drags her outside and begs her to come home with him so that he can introduce her to his family. He explains to her that his father is sick and after leaving on bad terms, the only way he'll be allowed back home is to return with a fianceé. Natsumi is left with quite the predicament.