Former childhood pals Leo and Nikki are attracted to each other as adults—but will their feuding parents' rival pizzerias put a chill on their sizzling romance?
A short documentary about the changing landscape of a New York City neighborhood.
Undercover cop Nico Giraldi travels to New York and Las Vegas to find a crooked cop who gave his squadron back in Italy a bad name.
See rarely filmed wildlife in their natural habitat of Italy. Enjoy one of the most romantic and beautiful countries in a new light!
The story of the most high profile and unbelievable murder investigation in recent Italian history, resulting from the tragic and brutal slaying of 13-year old Yara Gambiarasio near her home in northern Italy in 2010.
British art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon and Italian chef Giorgio Locatelli explore the varied regions of Italy, sharing with each other their knowledge of the country's culture and cuisine.
Get the recipes - Jamie returns to cooking the food he loves the most, getting right to heart of the Italian kitchen
From gondoliers of Venice to pasta nonnas of Bari, comedian Anh Do is on a special quest to experience the best of Italy in this two part series.
Giada De Laurentiis returns to the land of her birth for an extended stay, spending time with friends and family and revisiting flavors that have inspired her life's work.
Francesco's Italy: Top to Toe was a four-part BBC television series hosted by Francesco da Mosto and originally shown on BBC2 from 18 June to 2 July 2006. In the series, da Mosto drives his Alfa Romeo Spider the length of Italy, from North to South, exploring the architecture and traditions in different regions. This series was rebroadcast by The Travel Channel in January 2007 and repeated on BBC2 in May 2007 and BBC Four in October-November 2007. The series was rebroadcast in Canada on the Knowledge channel during July and August 2011. During Episode 1, "The Romantic North", da Mosto left his native Venice and his family, and visited the Fiat Factory in Turin, Romeo and Juliet's balcony in Verona and the city of Milan. During Episode 2, "The Garden of Italy", da Mosto visited a 19th century reproduction of Michaelangelo's David in Florence, the city of Siena and the town of Assisi. In Episode 3, entitled "The Heart of Italy" da Mosto visited the Trevi Fountain, explores Italians love/hate relationship with Mussolini, visiting the city of Sabaudia, Rome and Naples, its underground secrets and the beautiful Chapel of St. Severo. In the fourth episode, "The Land of My Mother", da Mosto travelled to Sicily where he climbed to the summit of Mount Etna, visited the Trulli buildings and explored the Capuchin catacombs of Palermo with its array of mummified bodies – before being reunited with his family at last.
Silvia Colloca visits three regions of Italy that are close to her heart - Abruzzo, Le Marche and Molise - to re-discover authentic 'cucina povera' (peasant cuisine), meet locals and share the true Italian secret of cooking. Every episode sees Silvia meet locals, cooking in their kitchens and allowing viewers a peek inside the true Italian secret of la dolce vita. She will meet chefs and cooks, who open up their Pandora box of culinary delights for viewers.
Joe Bastianich, Carlo Cracco and Bruno Barbieri are the judges in the Italian adaptation of the format. They will put the 18 amateur cooks skills to the test.
Using the latest 3D scanning technology, Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott uncover the hidden history of Italian civilisation and city life.
Muchacha italiana viene a casarse is a 1971 Mexican telenovela by Televisa produced by Ernesto Alonso and directed by Alfredo Saldaña, starring Angélica María and Ricardo Blume. Writing credits belong to Delia González Marquez, Fernanda Villeli, Marissa Garrido, Miguel Sabido and Carlos Lozano Dana The series featured two theme songs: "A dónde va nuestro amor" and "Lo que sabemos del amor". Both songs were written by Eduardo Magallanes and performed by Angélica María.
Steve agrees to review six restaurants and takes Rob with him.
Boris is an Italian television series produced from 2007 to 2010 by Wilder for Fox International Channels Italy