something happens that is totally unexpected = it comes out of the blue
not anticipated; "unanticipated and disconcerting lines of development"- H.W.Glidden; "unforeseen circumstances"; "a virtue unlooked-for in people so full of energy"; "like a bolt out of the blue"
in a way that was not expected; "her brother showed up at the wedding out of the blue"
For other uses, see Out of the Blue (disambiguation)
Out of the Blue (1996) was a syndicated sitcom for teenagers filmed on location at Sea World in Orlando, Florida, USA. It is notable for each of its 22 episodes being filmed in both Spanish and English simultaneously and starred a mostly Hispanic cast that hailed from several different nationalities.
Out of the Blue was a short-lived American fantasy-based sitcom that aired on the American Broadcasting Company during the fall of 1979. It was a spin-off of Happy Days, patterned after Mork & Mindy.
Out of the Blue is the debut of Claudia Carawan, and derives its sound from several styles including soul, old school R&B, reggae and jazz. The positive lyrics of the album lean heavily on messages of hope, love, and inspiration. The album was released to positive reviews; Andy Garrigue commented that "Both sultry and righteous, sassy and pouting, Carawan's got a hair raising set of pipes.
Out of the Blue (OOTB) is an all-male student-run a cappella group at Oxford University in England. The group concentrate on covers of modern rock and pop songs, though also perform older songs, barbershop numbers and comedy sketches. As pioneers of college a cappella in Europe, they have travelled to the USA and were instrumental in starting the first European regional competition for the International Championship of College A Cappella.
"Out of the Blue" (2004) is the first song released by Delta Goodrem from her second album Mistaken Identity.
Out of the Blue is the debut album by American singer Debbie Gibson, released in 1987 on Atlantic Records. Gibson had released her first self-penned single "Only in My Dreams" the previous year and a different mix of that song was found on this album. The other nine tracks were all written by Gibson herself too.
"Out of the Blue" is the third single by American singer Debbie Gibson. From her debut album of the same title and released in early 1988, this single gave Gibson her highest chart placing so far at the time by reaching number three in the U.S. In the UK it did slightly less well than the two previous singles, stalling at number nineteen.
Out of the Blue is a 2006 New Zealand film directed by Robert Sarkies and starring Karl Urban. The film premiered at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival in Canada and was released in New Zealand on October 12th 2006 to minor controversy.
Out of the Blue was an album by Ferry Corsten in 2001. He released it under the alias System F, and it was considered his first artist album.