A physical therapist falls for the basketball player she is helping recover from a career-threatening injury.
The story of the turbulent life and the extraordinary professional career of one of America's greatest architects -- hated by some, worshipped by others and ignored by many.
The Wright Verdicts is a legal drama, created by Dick Wolf, that aired on CBS in 1995. It stars Tom Conti as former British barrister Charles Wright, now a prominent criminal lawyer in New York.
The Wright Way was a British television sitcom written by Ben Elton which began airing on BBC One on 23 April 2013. It concerns a health and safety manager, his staff, and his family. Widely panned by critics, it was cancelled after only one series had aired.
The Wright Taste is a five-part BBC Wales documentary series that started in late October 2008. It follows food critic and restaurateur Simon Wright's journey farming animals from field to fork. Simon is a partner in the restaurant Y Polyn in South West Wales. Y Polyn also features on cookery show The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain.
Wright Around the World, is a BBC National Lottery game show that was broadcast on BBC One from 25 October 2003 to 8 January 2005. The programme was hosted by Ian Wright.
The Wright Stuff is a British television chat show, hosted by Matthew Wright, and airing on Channel 5 each weekday morning from 9:15 to 11:10am. The series characterises itself as "Britain's brightest daytime show", which "gives ordinary people the chance to talk and comment on everything from the invasion of Iraq to social, emotional and even sexual issues back at home", as well as featuring "showbiz stars and media commentators". The Wright Stuff has been nominated as "Best Daytime Programme" at both the Royal Television Society and the National Television Awards. The show first aired on 11 September 2000 and was created at Anglia Television who produced it for two years until their takeover by Granada. It is now produced by Princess Productions who also produced the short-lived The Vanessa Show.
The Martha Wright Show is a 15-minute musical variety program starring singer and actress Martha Wright which aired at 9:15 pm EST on ABC television from April 18 to December 5, 1954. The program was also known as The Packard Showroom for its sponsor, Packard automobiles. Joining Wright, a native of Seattle, Washington State, in her short-lived program were pianists Norman Paris, who wrote the theme song for the CBS game show I've Got a Secret, and trumpet player Bobby Hackett and his band. The Martha Wright Show replaced The Jane Pickens Show, which returned in July 1954, as Wright resumed her program in that time slot in September for a final three-month run. Jane Pickens Langley, a native of Macon, Georgia, was another vocalist of that era. Wright's series followed The Walter Winchell Show and aired opposite Ronald W. Reagan's General Electric Theater on CBS and the pair of NBC's alternating anthology series, Goodyear Television Playhouse and The Philco Television Playhouse.