The mentioning of Debbie's axe-murder of her second husband (and Grandmama's nostalgic sigh when she sees the slide) is a reference to the Addams family's having many ancestors and past cronies who were infamous serial killers, such as Zodiac, The Axeman, Jack the Ripper, et cetera.
In this family movie, Joan Cusack's Debbie plays a comedic serial killer. Years later in a rare dramatic role, Joan would end up playing a killer as a domestic terrorist in Arlington Road. Her character's terrorist group is responsible for many deaths and it is implied in that film that she directly kills one person.
The theme song to Diff'rent Strokes introduced audiences to "a man of means," wealthy white widower Phillip Drummond, and the two black boys he adopted, Arnold and Willis Jackson. The family was certainly unconventional for its late '70s and early '80s audience, but as the theme song reminded viewers, "it takes diff'rent strokes to move the world."
"You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have" this spinoff of Diff'rent Strokes, which saw the Drummond family's former housekeeper, Edna Garrett, take on the role of housemother at an all-female boarding school. The catchy theme song to this spinoff was penned by Alan Thicke, the same man who wrote "It Takes Diff'rent Strokes" a few years prior.
Scott Baio starred in this '80s sitcom as Charles, a college student who moves in with a family and serves as caretaker to their three children in exchange for room and board. The theme song laid out the arrangement well: "The new boy in the neighborhood lives downstairs and it's understood, he's there just to take good care of me like he's one of the family."
Sometimes a great theme song can have an impact on the show it's written for. Case in point: Welcome Back, Kotter. The series, which centers on a teacher returning to his alma mater to take over a remedial class, was originally going to be called Kotter. But it ended up borrowing its title from its theme song "Welcome Back," written by Lovin' Spoonful lead singer John Sebastian.
Few shows captured the generational divide of the '80s quite like Family Ties, in which former hippies Steven and Elyse Keaton butted heads with their Reaganite son Alex, played by a young Michael J. Fox. However, the show's theme song, "Without Us," reinforced its main idea that family ties could conquer anything: "And there ain't no nothing we can't love each other through."
The "perfect strangers" mentioned in this show's title were Wisconsinite Larry Appleton and his distant foreign cousin Balki Bartokomous. Could this mismatched pair learn to live together and get along? The theme song, "Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now," certainly seemed to think so!
"As Long As We Got Each Other," the theme song to Growing Pains, captured the warmth of the family sitcom. It helped that the opening titles featured childhood photos of the cast, making the Seavers feel like a real family.
Who's the Boss? starred Tony Danza as Tony Micelli, a retired-basketball-player-turned-live-in-housekeeper for a hard-working advertising executive played by Judith Light. Though the title of the series reflected the power struggle between the two main characters, the theme song, "Brand New Life," focused on Tony's dramatic career change.
As a general rule of thumb, if Nell Carter is starring on your show, you should have her sing the theme song. And thankfully, that's just what Gimme a Break! did. Carter played Nell, housekeeper to the Kanisky family. Although the series was a family sitcom, the theme showcased some serious drama: "Gimme a break! The game is survival!"
Barney concludes with the song "I Love You " before he dissolves back into his original stuffed form and winks to the audience. After the children leave for the day, the sequence cuts to a segment entitled "Barney Says" where Barney, who is off-screen, narrates what he and his friends had done that day, along with still snapshots from the episode. Then Barney, himself, signs off before the credits roll. In Seasons three through eight, and twelve, he later appeared on-screen by saying, "And remember, I love you," and waves goodbye. There are few rare episodes in which Barney doesn't change back into a doll.
According to Dr. Gordon Berry, Professor of Educational Psychology at UCLA, he stated that "Barney empowers kids". During the World Trade Center bombing on February 26, 1993, it was reported that seventeen kindergartners were trapped in an elevator for five hours. They remained calm by singing "I Love You". During that trauma, it was the voices of children singing the song that calmed the adults. In that same year, 4-year-old girl says she alerted her family to a middle-of-the-night fire, due to what she learned when watching Barney & Friends.
The OSTs are essential from both a marketing and aesthetic point of view because a larger audience is attracted by the title track, which supports and highlights the intent of the individual drama serial. The music and lyrics of the title songs significantly help to set the mood, express emotions, and add depth to the characters and the storyline.
While Schubert belongs to the romanticschool, he did not follow all of its principalmethods. In so far as he wrote chiefly shortpieces and allowed them to crystallize into formsof their own (the variety of form in his songsis astonishing), he is a romanticist; but in writinginstrumental pieces he did not associate poetictitles or stories with them. In this respect Schumannwent far beyond him in the direction ofrealism and program music, and for this reasonhe is considered the most thoroughly romantic of the German masters.
Popularly known for its title song, Mayamruga came in the direction of T.N Seethram jointly with P. Sheshadri and Nagendra Sha. It was first aired on DD Chandana in 1998 and got re-telecasted in Zee Kannada in the year 2014. The serial had Dattanna, Avinash, Malvika, Sethuram, Natana Rajesh, and others in the lead roles.
Being regarded as the first Kannada mega serial directed by a professional Woman director, Moodala Mane came in the direction of Vaishali Kasaravalli. The serial portrayed the family story of Madhwa Brahmins lived in North Karnataka. It had KSL Swamy and Renukamba Murugodu in the lead roles.
A Popular Kannada sitcom directed by Vijay Prasad and produced by Sihi Kahi Chandru was watched in every household of Karnataka. It was about a dope doctor Vittala Rao and his family drama. The serial had Ravi Shankar and Manju Bhashini in the lead roles.
Malebillu is another sensual story narrated by T. N Seetharam. It made a mark through its title song composed by Praveen Godkindi, sung by Sangeetha Katte. It was such a perfect narrative that you wish to watch it again and again.
When it comes to be beautiful story and the best title song of Pakistani drama then Pyaray Afzal secures the first position. The soft melody along with the engaging lyrics was the major reason for the people to get excited about watching the whole serial. Moreover, featuring of Hamza Ali Abbasi in the central role was also the major reason for the wide appreciation as he now known as the hottest actor.
2. HumsafarBest story, amazing direction, and the heartbreaking title song what else do you need? The serial Humsafar is considered as one of the best and blockbuster ost songs of Pakistani drama which the industry has ever produced. The direction and the acting of two legendary actors, Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan took the serial to the height of appreciation.
3. Mann MayalWhen it comes to Hamza Ali Abbasi and Maya Ali then they are actually made for each other. There love chemistry is surely appreciable. The title song of the drama was exceptionally appreciated. The soft melody along with the tune made people fall for the song. The song was translated into different languages so that it could be enjoyed internationally.
6. Diyar-e-DillThe name of the serial itself reflects the broken heart! The song beautifully summarizes the story of a family and show the best of the script. The serial was quite popular before releasing as the title song was enough for people to get excited and wait for it to release. The soft tune and melody made it the best of its kind.
8. DastaanThe serial was released in 2017 and was immensely appreciated by the people across the world. The serial managed to get several awards and recognition based on its beautiful story and songs. However, the contribution of its title song cannot be ignored! The song added to the wide appreciation as it was perfectly sung and the combination of the low and high tune was surely appreciable.
9. UdaariHow can we forget to add this amazing serial? The title song of the serial Udaari beautifully picturizes the abuse which is often incurred by the women in the rural areas. The child abuse shown in the title song gave the people goosebumps and made them even more curious about the serial. The heartbreaking acting of Ahsan Khan was also the plus point for the serial.
10. DumpukhtThe serial was released in 2017 and was not appreciated as compared to other Pakistani serials. The story was not liked by the people within the country. However, the serial is still counted in this list, do you know why? Because the title song of the serial was truly amazing. The song made the people cry and was excessively appreciated by the people across the world.
Part 2. Listen to Pakistani Drama Title Songs on SnaptubeAfter 2010, the Pakistani drama industry has shown a remarkable improvement in terms of amazing script and songs. The serials are widely watched within the country because of their engaging songs. The breathtaking songs make the viewers more interested in the serial. DownloadSo what are you waiting for? Oh, you might be worried about where to watch these great serials. So just pick up your phones and download the most famous Snaptube application right away! The application comes with the great storage space which means that you can save your songs which can be listened later. The application also enables you to quickly browse the songs and movies from the search bar and listen to the best quality songs without any hassle. 2b1af7f3a8