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This is the first soap opera based around the life of terrorists.
6 Jun 2007
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From the makers of the smash hit soap opera "soapQ" comes el puppetoro. Episode 1. Fox finds out that maria is cheating on him with 3 other men.
12 Aug 2007
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Episode 3 of the smash hit puppet soap opera "El Puppetoro" Fox tries to find his real brother and maria reveales her biggest secret.
13 Aug 2007
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What does the phrase “soap opera” mean to parents of a little boy? Check out this video from ParentsConnect to find out.
20 Mar 2008
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On this edition of BWE.TV's For Your Consideration - Best Soap Opera Heart Attack
29 Oct 2008
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Caminho das Índias (Portuguese for Way to the Indias) is a popular Brazilian television soap opera, produced by Rede Globo and first broadcast on the network on January 19, 2009. It currently ranks within the top of the most watched shows in the Brazilian television. Caminho das Índias storylines examine beliefs and values that differentiate the Eastern and Western world, the telenovela brings to the screen a story of contrasts. In the central plot, a forbidden love between two Indians of very different origins, Maya and Bahuan. Written by Glória Perez, directed by Fred Mayrink, Leonardo Nogueira, Luciano and Roberto Sabino Carminatti; with core and the general direction of Marcos Schechtman. Setting in Rajasthan, India; in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Starring Juliana Paes as Maya, the main protagonist; Márcio Garcia and Rodrigo Lombardi as Bahuan and Raj respectively, the main male protagonists; and Letícia Sabatella as Yvone, the main antagonist. The telenovela is originally screened as six one-hour chapters per week, from Monday to Saturday. It is one of the Brazil's highest-rated programmes, often appearing at the top of the daily's ratings released by the Brazilian Institute of Public Opinion and Statistics. The average audience share for an chapter is currently between 35 and 40 points, with each point equivalent to sixty thousand households tuned on Rede Globo in the Metropolitan Region of São Paulo.Caminho das Índias's artistic and general director, Marcos Schechtman, and director Fred Mayrink traveled to India to write the telenovela's first scenes, which started to be filmed on October 1, 2008, in the cities of Jaipur, known for its pink walls, and Agra, famous for Taj Mahal. In addition to 40 people from the Brazilian team, the telenovela had the partnership of a local producer. The modern architecture of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, also served as filming locations for the show at the end of October.
9 Feb 2009
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12 Sep 2009
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Black Soap Opera – Inner City Bluz Part One The webisode “Inner City Bluz”, directed by Harold B. Pritchett, reveals the hard life of two homeless kids on the inner city streets. After watching their mother murdered, the kids take to the winter inner city streets. During the spring they hide under the freeway. One day they find a bag with two eggs inside - which becomes breakfast. Starring Miquail Keyes and Timera Keyes.
20 Nov 2009
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Two actors rehearsing a funny seen from a soap opera spoof. If you are a new actor, you can study it to learn how to do comedy acting. It was getting views like crazy and for some reason it dissappeared from this channel. Here it is again... It got about 400 views in 6 hours the first time it was here. Please rate it and leave a comment.
10 Apr 2010
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Black Soap Opera Inner City Bluz – Part Twelve Jaywine and Delmar clean up a backyard. Delmar talks about breaking into a house to steal jewels. Jaywine agrees to go alone. Starring Miquail Keyes, Timera Keyes, Daniel Huff and Jayvon Brown. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett.
10 Jun 2010
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Rude Crew Webisode 3 - A Mexican Soap Opera
10 Mar 2011
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER ANCHOR ALEX HOLLEY You're watching multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. Is it really the end? Soap operas are famous for resurrecting characters over and over again -- but after an official announcement from ABC, it seems two daytime stories are nearing their permanent demise. “After 41 seasons, ABC is killing off ‘All My Children.’ The last episode will air in September. Also nearing the end of its life is ‘One Life to Live.’ It’ll stay on the air until January of 2012.” (CBS) Entertainment analysts are calling it the end of the soap opera genre --and an ABC report on Pennsylvania’s WHTM explains why the network pulled the plug. REPORTER, VOICE OVER: “The network blamed low ratings. Women, who made up much of the audience, returned to the workforce. And daytime viewer ratings have changed.” ABC says it’ll replace the soaps with two reality shows called “The Chew” and “The Revolution.” “The Chew” will feature celebrity chefs talking about cooking and nutrition, while “The Revolution” will focus on personal weight loss stories.(Video: ABC) But The New York Times’ Media Decoder suspects there’s more going on than the network admits. “ABC emphasized that this was the type of programming daytime viewers had come to expect, citing its hit talk show ‘The View.’ But the new shows are also far less expensive to produce than daily dramas, which employ costly actors, directors and writers. The dramas also require editing, set design, costuming and other costs.” A writer for TIME gives the ‘programming change’ idea more credit, arguing, reality television shows are becoming more and more like soap operas anyway. “The Real Housewives, for instance, may not be competing directly … but even if not, they compete for the same mindspace. They offer a similar kind of serial storytelling, personal intrigue and schadenfreude—as do, say, the off-screen tabloid narratives of the likes of Kate Gosselin or the Kardashians.” A blogger for NPR acknowledges soap operas seem outdated in a television landscape where shows typically last only six or seven seasons -- but argues, there are still some who will be truly heartbroken by the news. “There are people … who have watched the same thing every afternoon for 40 years. They've grown up, had kids, maybe had grandkids, and they've been watching these shows the whole time. That's viewer loyalty of a kind that's extremely rare in the zillion-outlet, zillion-show, watch-everything-whenever landscape we have now.” The cancellation means ABC and NBC have only one daytime soap left. CBS currently has two. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for entertainment video news updates. Get more multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
19 Apr 2011
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