Kalindi, Avni, Sakshi and Meera are childhood friends. Kalindi and Rishabh are getting married, and the four gal pals come together for their veere’s wedding. But of course, there can be no shaadi without showsha and a lot of drama. This wedding celebration brings out skeletons from the closet, unspoken truths and some harsh realities as well.
Dumped by a cheating fiancé and unemployed, 29-year-old Sayaka takes a job offer on the condition that she gets married in six months!
There is a party atmosphere in Provence: Sandra, the daughter of a couple of renowned local restaurant owners, is getting married, and her sister Alice comes home for the occasion. The family reunion is initially a carefree affair… but then tragedy strikes. A few hours after the ceremony, the bride is found dead at the bottom of a cliff. What at first looks like suicide could well be murder. When Vincent, a family friend, investigates, behind the veil of appearances, he stumbles on some very dark secrets…
Liu Yi Yang and Tong Jia Qian, two long-time love birds from very different family backgrounds, enter into a "naked marriage" after Jia Qian discovers that she's pregnant, exchanging "no frills" nuptials without the material basis for matrimony - that is, no house or car of their own, or even a real wedding ceremony. After much debate, it's finally decided that the newlywed couple would live with Liu Yi Yang's parents, but conflicts continue to arise with 3 generations living under the same roof and differing viewpoints on issues such as financial management and pregnancy habits. Slowly, cracks begin to develop in the couple's once rock-solid relationship, as they fully experience the bitterness of a "naked marriage."
Wedding is an 18-episode South Korean television drama that aired on KBS2 in 2005. The series explores the relationship of a newly wed couple, showing how two people, who met and married through an arranged matchmaking, slowly develop a relationship and learn what it means to be married. Some of the issues explored include what is the most important thing in a marriage, trust and honesty between a couple, how past relationships affect present, and the role of family in a relationship. Unlike other dramas written by Oh Soo-yeon, which focused on people falling in love by fate or destiny, this one is about two people with very different personalities, values, and backgrounds, and seeing how they learn to love one another despite all of their differences.
Wedding Band is an American comedy drama series starring Brian Austin Green, Harold Perrineau, Peter Cambor and Derek Miller. The series ran on TBS from November 10, 2012 to January 19, 2013 at 10 pm EST. It was created by Darin Moiselle and Josh Lobis. On January 22, 2013, TBS officially cancelled the series after one season due to low ratings.
Wedding planner Xia Ran is in search for her boyfriend who has broken up with her. Young doctor Jin Zhi Hao is tired of his mother's worry about his marriage status. So in an attempt to fulfill each other's wishes they set up an agreement: Xia Ran pretends to be Jin Zhi Hao's girlfriend in exchange for his help to find her boyfriend. Through helping other people find happiness the two slowly fall in love with each other.
Based on legendary Egyptian novelist Naguib Mafhouzs novel. The series revolves around a theater group in the 70s who discover that the characters in their new script are actually themselves and that the script reveals all their secrets.
David Tutera: Unveiled is an American reality television series on WE tv starring David Tutera, a wedding planner for celebrities. In the show, women send tapes to Tutera asking for help planning their events. After selecting the bride to be, he goes to help them, and puts his own touch to the plans, creating a "dream event" for each woman. He makes his alterations with just three weeks before each woman's event. The show premiered in October 2008, with subsequent seasons starting in September 2009, June 2010, January 2011, November 2011, and September 2012. The first two seasons profiled women and weddings in the New York City metro area, while the third took the series on the road, helping brides-to-be in Dallas and Los Angeles, among other places. The series' title first was changed to My Fair Wedding With David Tutera: Unveiled for season 5. It was announced in March 2013 that the series has been renewed for an eight episode sixth season and will feature all types of events, not just limited to weddings. The upcoming season also features a series title change to David Tutera: Unveiled. It will premiere on September 7, 2013.
The Wedding Bells is an American television comedy-drama that ran on Fox from March 7 to April 6, 2007. The series was greenlighted after the network became interested in a series centered on wedding planners. The network approached David E. Kelley to create the show, and he essentially remade a rejected pilot he created for ABC in 2004 entitled DeMarco Affairs which starred Selma Blair, Lindsay Sloane and Sabrina Lloyd as three sisters who inherit a wedding planner service. Though the show had a moderately strong premiere, it faded in the ratings and was cancelled after seven episodes had been produced and five episodes were aired.
Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? is an American reality TV show on the Style Network. Season 1 began in 2003, Tuesdays, 10 p.m. Each episode runs 60 minutes and follows two different couples who plan their weddings in different states and sometimes a destination wedding in a foreign country. Each episode begins with the bride and groom meeting the wedding planner to discuss theme and what plans might already have been made. The episode then chronicles the wedding planner at work, coordinating the details of the pre-wedding festivities, including rehearsal, the actual wedding, and the reception. Each affianced couple have unique requests, from flowers, invitations, placecards, the cake, the wedding venue, and the reception. Some of the wedding planners also specialize in cultural weddings. While the brides are followed to bridal boutiques to pick out the perfect wedding dress, some select two dresses, one for the wedding and one for the reception, to honor special cultural wedding traditions and customs, or simply for a different reception look. The wedding planners help couples, including same-sex couples, explore and celebrate their individuality and personal style, as well as addressing difficult family circumstances.
Wedding Wars is a television show currently running on VH1 in which engaged couples compete to win their ultimate wedding. The grand prize is a $100,000 wedding and a $25,000 nest egg. The contestants live in a similar conditions as CBS' Survivor. There is a gift challenge, in which couples compete in competitions and the winner wins a prize for their wedding, such as bouquets, tuxedos, and wedding dresses. There is also a security challenge, in which couples compete in competitions and the winner is safe from elimination. The winner of the security challenge receives a cake-topper. The couples then go to Couple's Chapel, a ceremony where couples vote off other couples, and the couple with the most votes is eliminated. The show is hosted by Michele Merkin.
Wedding SOS is a Canadian television series shown on the Slice Network in Canada, the Fine Living network in the US, Sky Livingit in the UK and The Style Network in Australia. The premise of each episode has a couple in over their heads planning a wedding, and brings in wedding expert Jane Dayus-Hinch to assist the couple to salvage the wedding. Dayus-Hinch is known as a fairy God-mother who grants the couple three wishes. She is also the ex-wife of former Judas Priest drummer John Hinch.
Wedding Central was an American digital cable television channel that focused on programming involving brides and weddings, which was a spin-off of the programming which made up much of WE tv's schedule at the network's launch on August 18, 2009. The network was launched by the Rainbow Media subsidiary of Cablevision. Much of the network's programming was taken from previously aired WE tv wedding programming and wedding-related motion pictures, with little new content offered outside of promotions and on-screen quizzes. Also offered solely on Cablevision systems was interactive television components such as quizzes, polls, voting, and advertising opportunities for national and local wedding retailers. Unlike WE tv, which was a successful spin-off of AMC itself in 1997, the network had only limited distribution, only being carried on the systems of Cablevision, a limited amount of Time Warner Cable systems, and Mediacom. When Cablevision spun-off Rainbow Media into a separate public company known as AMC Networks via an initial public offering on July 1, 2011, the new company closed Wedding Central on the same day. Wedding-related programming returned to have a focus on WE tv, and Wedding Central's website now redirects to WE tv's weddings section.
Wedding Wars is a 2006 LGBT romantic comedy film about gay marriage, but also family and politics. It handles a very sensitive emotional issue both lightly and seriously. It stars John Stamos as the lead character, wedding planner Shel, Eric Dane as his brother, James Brolin as the Governor of Maine, Bonnie Somerville as the Governor's daughter, a gay marriage supporter, and Sean Maher as Ted, boyfriend of Shel. It premiered on Monday, December 11, 2006 on the A&E Network. It was well received by gay audiences and Stamos appeared on the cover of The Advocate to promote the film. Although it is not the first television movie to have gay themes, it is the first about gay marriage. The movie was filmed in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The Wedding is a 1998 television miniseries directed by Charles Burnett. Based on a novel by Dorothy West, it stars Halle Berry, Eric Thal, and Lynn Whitfield, and was produced by Harpo Productions. The story touches on the subjects of marriage, race, prejudice, and family in 1950s Martha's Vineyard. The miniseries aired on ABC on February 22 and February 23, 1998.
The Wedding is a romantic-comedy television series aired over at ABS-CBN starring Anne Curtis, Zanjoe Marudo and Derek Ramsay. The show ran for 11 weeks on Primetime Bida.