How far can one person go when love becomes obsession?
Don't Get Done, Get Dom is a British consumer rights television series. The show is named for its presenter Dominic Littlewood. Each series is transmitted, usually daily during daytime, on BBC One and repeated on BBC Two in the UK. Series one was first shown in June 2006, and a second series was commissioned and broadcast from June 2007. Series three began in June 2008. Series four was transmitted for two weeks on BBC in late May to early June 2010. Series five began on 25 April 2011. Series six was shown from 9–27 April 2012. Series seven began on 15 April 2013. Dom Littlewood has also presented a daily series Fake Britain about various aspects of counterfeiting and effects on consumers.
The story is about a teenage boy who happens to be a shougi master. One day, a nine-year-old girl turns up at his house, requesting to be taken as his disciple. From there, all kinds of wacky hijinks ensue.
Italian TV mini series
Good Job, Good Job also known as Cheer Up on Love, Job Well Done, Well Done or Thumbs Up For A Job Well Done is a South Korean television series that aired on MBC, its first aired on March 14, 2009 and finished on August 2, 2009 and the first shown in South Korea.
People bring their stories of missed lust connections to an objective panel of experts who then judge whether they could have gone all the way or not.