Hard is French Drama TV series. Produced by La Parisienne d'Images. Stars: Natacha Lindinger, François Vincentelli, Stéphan Wojtowicz. Also known as Derült égből pornó in Hungary. It first aired on May 09, 2008, on Canal+. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.1 *. Hard is filmed in France.
How Many Seasons Of Hard: 3 (30 episodes)
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|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on June 1, 2015
Finale: June 22, 2015
Canal+, 12 episodes
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on May 30, 2011
Finale: June 20, 2011
Canal+, 12 episodes
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2008, Canal+, 6 episodes
Hard is on Canal+ (France) Mondays at 6 pm
Season 3 Episode 12 (Episode 12) - Air Date: Jun 22, 2015 (4 years ago)
The Lions really, really don't want to appear on 'Hard Knocks' - MLive.com - via Mlive
The league could decide to wait until the Raiders are actually in Las Vegas, banking on them to miss the playoffs, which seems likely in a division with the Chiefs and Chargers. If that happens, the Giants and 49ers are more traditional franchises in larger markets with marketable young stars.
Police Commission: Why Is It So Hard To Get A Permit To Carry A Gun In This City? - Honolulu Civil Beat - according to Civilbeat
Sheehan hopes the department will eventually present something to the commission. “If we don’t have adequate regulations in place, then people’s constitutional rights could be violated,” she said.
Worcester Is Working Hard To Lure Pawtucket Red Sox Out Of Rhode Island - wgbh.org - via Wgbh
Mike Vigneux, spokesman for Worcester City Manager Edward Augustus, confirms that the city paid consultants $178,000 for 330 hours of work promoting the city to the team. "The city continues to do everything we can to make it a reality for Worcester," Vigneux said.
Hard Border by Darach MacDonald review: fine blend of history and memoir - Irish Times - according to Irishtimes
MacDonald is from Clones and still lives near the Border. Years of personal experience and a career in journalism bolsters the research. It is always very engaging when historical narratives arrive within the reach of MacDonald’s personal recall. He devotes a couple of pages to the Leslies of Glaslough, a family no Border writer can resist. MacDonald crashed one of their parties when he was 20. “That bacchanalian event left a lasting impression on my ideas of what the gentry did when we weren’t looking. Indeed, the Leslies tended to do it when we were looking.”