One family's paranoid preparation for the year 2000 crisis and beyond. Survivalist Carl Foster has one year to convince his family he's not crazy and independent filmmaker Atis Jamison has 365 days to get it all on tape.
Hosted by composer & arranger extraordinaire David Foster, the Concert for World Children's Day aired primetime on ABC Nov. 14, 2002, 1. Winter Games - David Foster 2. World Children's Day Anthem Prelude - David Foster 3. Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Nita Whitaker 4. Hits Medley - Peter Cetera 5. Glory of Love - Peter Cetera 6. I Will Always Love You - Nita Whitaker, Kayla Hinkle, Ann Marie Boskovich 7. Under My Skin - Michael Bublé 8. Spiderman - Michael Bublé 9. Gira Con Me - Josh Groban 10. To Where You Are - Josh Groban 11. Help Me - Nick Carter 12. I Believe I Can Fly - Yolanda Adams 13. Escape - Enrique Iglesias 14. Maybe - Enrique Iglesias 15. Hero - Enrique Iglesias 16. That's the Way It Is - Celine Dion 17. The Prayer - Celine Dion and Josh Groban 18. My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion 19. Aren't They All Our Children Anthem - David Foster and Cast
When the imaginary friends at Foster's are having a five-year reunion with their creators, Bloo and Mac see that Wilt is not with his creator. They ask him where his creator is and ask about what kind of person he is, and Wilt runs away as they pester him with more questions. Soon, Wilt decides to run away from the Foster's home and set things right with a mysterious enemy. The result is a chase in which Bloo, Mac, Eduardo, Coco, Frankie, Police officer Nina Valerosa (who created Eduardo), Douglas, and Adam (Coco's nerdy caretakers who are madly in love with Frankie) try to bring Wilt home. At every stop, they miss him and he does some good deed and misses whatever transportation he was going to take cross-country to his creator.
Stef Foster, a dedicated police officer, and her partner Lena Adams, a school vice principal, have built a close-knit, loving family with Stef's biological son from a previous marriage, Brandon, and their adopted twins, Mariana and Jesus. Their lives are disrupted in unexpected ways when Lena meets Callie, a hardened teen with an abusive past who has spent her life in and out of foster homes. Lena and Stef welcome Callie and her brother, Jude, into their home thinking it's just for a few weeks, until a more permanent placement can be found. But life has something else in store for the Fosters.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an animated television series that aired from August 2004 to May 2009 for a total of 79 episodes in six seasons. The premise is based on a simple question: In a world... where imaginary friends are living, tangible beings, what happens to those friends when the kids grow up? Are they abandoned, or do they live on? According to Craig McCracken, they come to Foster's, of course! A home for imaginary friends whose kids have outgrown them, Foster's is a place where friends can live together until they are adopted by a child who needs them. The show follows Mac, a shy and creative 8 year old boy, whose imaginary friend Bloo is thrown out of his home by his mother and forced to come live at Foster's. Mac doesn't want Bloo to be adopted by another kid, so it's agreed that Bloo will not be put up for adoption, provided that Mac comes to visit him every day. Bloo's egotistical, mischievous nature is the complete opposite of Mac's, and together the two cause all manner of chaos throughout the house.
The first sitcom written both for and starring black actors, The Fosters showcased the early work of Lenny Henry (riding high on a recent win in talent series New Faces) as the budding artist son of easy going family man Samuel Foster (Norman Beaton, who would go on to gain fame in ‘90s comedy Desmond’s). The series follows the day-to-day trials of Samuel and his lively wife Pearl (both immigrants from Guyana) and their three children on a South London housing estate. It was created and developed by Jon Watkins, who adapted the American sitcom, Good Times, developed by Norman Lear, and created by Eric Monte and Mike Evans. It was the first British sitcom to have an entirely black cast. It was the predecessor to many future British television programmes that featured a predominantly black cast:.
After moving to The Coterie in Downtown Los Angeles, Callie and Mariana Foster realize that living on their own is not all that it’s cracked up to be.