The Boys of Cellblock Q is set within the bowels of the Sunnyvale Labor Farm. Without the presence of women, the prisoners indulge in regular trysts with one another, make full use out of the jail's supply of priests, turn the eyes several policemen, and help a young convict learn the ins and outs of the prison community.
Q... was a surreal television comedy sketch show from Spike Milligan which ran from 1969 to 1982 on BBC2. There were six series in all, the first five numbered from Q5 to Q9, and a final series titled There's a Lot of It About. The first and third series ran for seven episodes, and the others for six episodes, each of which was 30 minutes long. Various reasons have been suggested for the title. One possibility is that it was inspired by the project to construct the Cunard liner QE2, launched in September 1967, which was dubbed Q4. Another theory is that Milligan was inspired by the BBC 6-point technical quality scale of the time, where "Q5" was severe degradation to picture or sound, and "Q6" was complete loss of sound or vision. This was extended by some engineering departments to a 9-point scale, finishing at "Q9". According to Milligan's autobiography, the final series was renamed There's a Lot of It About after the BBC felt the public might find Q10 too confusing.
Ultra Q is a tokusatsu SF/kaiju series made in the tradition of Toho's many tokusatsu sci-fi/horror films. It runs in a similar vein as the television shows The Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone. The show revolves around three recurring characters who investigate strange supernatural phenomena, be they giant monsters, aliens, ghosts, and other assorted calamities. Though doesn't include the titular character, this show is the precursor to Ultraman, and the whole Ultra Series.
Hosted by Tony Jones, Q&A puts punters, pollies and pundits together in the studio to thrash out the hot issues of the week. It's about democracy in action - the audience gets to ask the questions.
The government cover-up of the causes behind a massive explosion in a futuristic UK metropolis spur photo journalist Jennifer Preston on to search for the truth and in the process blow open a paranormal phenomenon haunting the city.
The show will quiz its hosts and guests in unexpected situations and conditions.
Ultra Q: Dark Fantasy is a 2004 production, and the 19th installment in the Ultra Series that was broadcast in Japan in 2004. It is a sequel to Ultra Q, the first of the Ultra Series. It retains the same swirling effect for the titlecard, but with the words "Dark Fantasy" added underneath, the title also remains black and white.
Mystery Restaurant Q - EBS
Neo Ultra Q was first broadcast on January 12, 2013, by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions, is the 24th entry in the Ultra Series. It was created as the second season of Ultra Q the very first entry into the franchise. While it retains a horror/mystery atmosphere, the series does have more comedic parts than the original.
SUDO-Q was a BBC quiz show hosted by Eamonn Holmes for four series between 5 December 2005 and 23 March 2007. The format was based on a mix of the number puzzle Sudoku and general knowledge questions.
Q+A is New Zealand's leading political programme, featuring LIVE news-maker interviews and political discussions.
High Q is the name of various local television quiz shows broadcast throughout the United States. While the formats vary, all featured two or three teams representing high schools from the station's coverage area, which would compete against each other by answering questions over subjects taught in school. Similar shows have been produced by many local stations under other names.
Comedy quiz show full of quirky facts, in which contestants are rewarded more if their answers are 'quite interesting'.
A diverse group of recruits has arrived at the FBI Quantico Base for training. They are the best, the brightest and the most vetted, so it seems impossible that one of them is suspected of masterminding the biggest attack on New York City since 9/11.
Q.T. Hush is an American animated cartoon produced in 1960 and appearing in syndication, beginning on 24 September 1960. The show's 100 five-minute episodes, all in color, were directed by veteran animator Ken Southworth, and produced by a company called Animation Associates. The main character was voiced by veteran voice actor Dallas McKennon. All of the episodes survive.