Good Boys (2019)
Invited to his first kissing party, 12-year-old Max asks his best friends Lucas and Thor for some much-needed help on how to pucker up. When they hit a dead end, Max decides to use his father's drone to spy on the teenage girls next door. When the boys lose the drone, they skip school and hatch a plan to retrieve it before Max's dad can figure out what happened.
Hotel Mumbai (2019)
Terror strikes in the heart of Mumbai, India, as members of Lashkar-e-Taiba storm the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in a series of coordinated attacks throughout the city. Amid the gunfire and mayhem, a brave chef and kitchen worker decide to risk their own lives to try and protect the frightened guests. As the militants continue their assault on the hotel, a desperate couple must do whatever they can to protect their newborn baby.
High school basketball coach John Harrison and his team face an uncertain future when their town's largest manufacturing plant shuts down unexpectedly. As hundreds of people move away, John reluctantly agrees to coach cross-country, a sport he doesn't even like. His outlook soon changes when he meets Hannah Scott, an unlikely runner who pushes herself to the limit. Inspired by the words and prayers of a new friend, John starts to train Hannah for the biggest race of her young life.
An online role-playing game takes on a reality of its own after its servers permanently shut down, trapping the only remaining logged-in player as his fearsome lich character who struggles to maintain the fragile balance between the world's races.
Based on the graphic novel of the same name, Nick Sax is a corrupt, intoxicated, ex-cop turned hit man who is adrift in a twilight world of casual murder, soulless sex, and betrayal. After a hit goes wrong, Nick finds a bullet in his side, the cops and the mob on his tail, and a monstrous killer on the loose. But his world is about to be changed forever by a tiny, imaginary, blue-winged horse with a relentlessly positive attitude named Happy. On their journey, they must contend with a laundry list of enemies including angry mobsters, ex-mistresses, ex-wives, and one very bad Santa.
This crime-drama stars Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar as the lead characters DCI Cassie Stuart and DS Sunil "Sunny" Khan. The detectives are on a mission to uncover the mystery behind an unsolved murder that occurred 39 years ago. Beneath the ground of a demolished house, the bones of the victim are found. With this evidence, the modern police team open a case to unearth the history that has remained buried for decades. Four main suspects emerge, and as their dark past is unraveled, the truth behind the events of the crime are finally revealed.
The Biggest Little Farm (2019)
A couple are followed through their successes and failures as they work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles.
The Wall (2016)
Everyday people battle a variety of trivia questions and a 40-foot wall for a chance to win up to $13.6 million. Each pair of deserving contestants, from siblings to spouses to best friends, has a plan to use the life-changing winnings for good things. But defeating the Wall is no easy feat. Executive producer LeBron James' game is a true test of both knowledge and poise. With momentary changes between fortune and failure, the outcome is as unpredictable as the bounce of the ball.
Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls (2015)
A Japanese student's life is thrown into turmoil after becoming involved with the "Interspecies Cultural Exchange" program.
Game shows have come a long way from the simple question-and-answer formats when the genre began decades ago, as evidenced by "Hellevator." The game show-horror hybrid puts a team of friends on a haunted elevator that is lowered into the depths of an abandoned slaughterhouse. One player gets out on each floor and must complete a challenge to earn money for the team and get back on the elevator. If he or she doesn't make it back in time, the elevator moves on without the contestant. Whichever players survive the first three challenges move on to the final challenge, during which they must work together to conquer the most difficult and terrifying challenge yet. If successful with everything, a team can win up to $50,000. Pulling the strings behind the scenes are horror-film producers Jen and Sylvia Soska, who are appropriately known as the Twisted Twins. Executive producer Jason Blum's horror pedigree includes the "Paranormal Activity" film franchise.
Siffredi Late Night - Hard Academy (2016)
Andi Mack (2017)
Life goes from routine to a roller-coaster ride overnight for artistic teenager Andi Mack. It all happens on the eve of her 13th birthday when free-spirited older sister Bex -- who has been traveling around the world -- returns home to make a revelation, which changes everything for the Mack family. It turns out that Bex isn't Andi's sister -- she is her mother -- and Celia, who Andi thought was her mom, is actually her grandmother. Learning this family secret sends Andi on an uncharted course of self-discovery. She's not alone on her journey, as best friends Cyrus and Buffy are also trying to figure out their places in the world.
Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016)
Teenagers transported from Earth become pilots for robotic lions during an intergalactic war.
Mr. Young (2011)
Take Doogie Howser out of the O.R., put him in a classroom and you have the basic premise of "Mr. Young." The titular Adam Young is a whiz kid who entered college as a 9-year-old. At 14, now a college graduate, he begins his career teaching science to high schoolers -- including both his best friend and his crush, which presents a challenge for him in balancing his personal and professional lives. As if being a teen isn't hard enough!
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (2013)
The adventures of Aladdin, Alibaba and Morgiana continue.
Naked News Uncovered (2013)
A jaw droppingly funny behind the scenes series about Naked News, the strangest news organization in the world as they battle to regain their former glory.
Scream: The TV Series (2015)
MTV teams with super-producers Bob and Harvey Weinstein on a TV series adaptation of the hit horror film franchise. Instigated by a cyberbullying incident that goes viral, a brutal murder in Lakewood stirs memories of a crime spree from the town's past that has haunted some, intrigued others and maybe just spawned a new executioner. At the center of the story is a group of teenagers -- with two old friends struggling to reconnect at its heart -- who, says the network, "become lovers, enemies, suspects, targets and victims of a killer who's out for blood."
Grand Hotel (2019)
Eva Longoria executive produces this bold, provocative drama set at the last family-owned hotel in multicultural Miami Beach. Charismatic Santiago Mendoza owns the hotel, while his glamorous second wife, Gigi, and their adult children enjoy the spoils of success.The hotel's loyal staff round out a contemporary, fresh take on an upstairs/downstairs story. Wealthy and beautiful guests bask in luxury, but scandals, escalating debt and explosive secrets hide beneath the picture-perfect exterior. The show is based on the Spanish series.
Katie Price: My Crazy Life (2017)
An access all areas pass into Katie Price's life at home, work and play.
The Rap Game (2016)
Emerging hip-hop artists are given the opportunity to work with a highly sought-after producer.
Chip Baskets has always dreamed of being a classically trained clown. After flunking out of French clown college -- probably due to his inability to understand French -- he returns home to Bakersfield, California, where he moves in with his mother, Christine, bickers with his twin brother, Dale, longs for his sophisticated Parisian ex-wife, and continues to pursue his professional clowning dream, with the assistance of his friend/assistant/insurance adjuster, Martha. Zach Galifianakis stars as both Chip and Dale, with Louie Anderson as Christine and Martha Kelly in the role of Martha.
Black Jesus (2014)
Adult Swim is never afraid to go beyond the boundaries of what most people consider good taste, so the not-necessarily-PC premise of this show shouldn't come as a shock to anyone. "Black Jesus" spotlights Jesus living in modern-day Compton, Calif., trying to spread love and kindness throughout his neighborhood on a daily basis. Mostly assisting in his mission is a small-but-loyal group of downtrodden followers. The live-action series was created by Aaron McGruder, who previously brought the animated favorite "The Boondocks" to Adult Swim.
K.C. Undercover (2015)
High-school student K.C. Cooper is a math whiz with a black belt in karate. A normal teen otherwise, her life changes when her parents, Craig and Kira, recruit her to be a spy in a secret government agency known as The Organization. Along with her parents and younger siblings Ernie and Judy -- the latter is a humanoid robot -- K.C. must balance a civilian existence with undercover missions designed to save the world. As K.C. goes about spying, she must keep the newfound career a secret from best friend Marisa.
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2010)
This incarnation of the popular cartoon series finds Scooby and the gang living in Crystal Cove, a small town with a long history of ghost sightings, monster tales and other mysteries ripe for the sleuths to solve once and for all. But the longstanding Crystal Cove residents, who bank on the town's reputation to attract tourists, are prepared to do what it takes to protect their turf.
Former best friends team up when they find themselves tagged in an online video showcasing a murder.
This reality series follows several men in Las Vegas who work as gigolos, although -- for legal reasons -- the company's owner classifies the business as a "companion service" whose clients pay an hourly rate. The show, which delves into the guys' personal and professional lives, is surprisingly truthful and heartfelt, and it shows the wild ride that real-life escorts experience. The men providing companionship include Wisconsin native Nick, who was in the Air Force before starting his company that books entertainment for private parties, athletic Vin, who has a passion for learning, and entrepreneur Brace, whose business interests include real estate and nutritional supplements.
The Real Housewives of Potomac (2016)
The "Real Housewives" franchise continues to expand across America, with this edition landing in Potomac, Md., a community of rolling hills and gated mansions just up the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. As is standard for the franchise, the reality show follows several well-to-do women who are part of the exclusive society. Women who have been featured include former Miss District of Columbia Pageant winner Ashley Darby, who became a stepmother to a 21-year-old and a 24-year old after getting married at the age of 22; Robyn Dixon, the ex-wife of former NBA player Juan Dixon; and philanthropist Gizelle Bryant, a single mother of three who raises money to help residents of impoverished cities.
Hart of Dixie (2011)
New York doctor Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) has reached a crossroads in her life when she decides to accept an offer from a stranger to work with him at his practice in Alabama. When she arrives in town, she discovers that the man has died and left her his half of the practice in his will, something that doesn't exactly make her new partner happy. Despite the shock of Southern life and some less-than-hospitable town folk, Zoe decides to give her new life a chance and discovers a new side of herself in the process.
This sci-fi drama series written by Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley is based on the Swedish award-winning drama "Real Humans." The story is set in a parallel universe where technology is highly advanced and lifelike humanoids called Synths are the must-have machines for any household. Joe Hawkins decides to buy a Synth to help out at home, but his wife, Laura, feels uncomfortable around the humanoid. Elsewhere a widower tries to fix his malfunctioning Synth, Odi, who holds some precious memories of his late wife. The all-star cast includes William Hurt, Katherine Parkinson, Colin Morgan, Rebecca Front and Gemma Chan.
Lie to Me (2009)
The world's leading deception researcher, Dr. Cal Lightman, studies facial expression, body language and tone of voice to determine when a person is lying and why, which helps law enforcement and government agencies uncover the truth. But his skills also make it easier for him to deceive others.
Bill Nye the Science Guy (1993)
It's "Mr. Wizard" for a different decade. Bill Nye is the Science Guy, a host who's hooked on experimenting and explaining. Picking one topic per show (like the human heart or electricity), Nye gets creative with teaching kids and adults alike the nuances of science.
Twelve teams of two tackle a wilderness competition in hope of winning $250,000.
Ally McBeal (1997)
Ally McBeal is a young attorney who joins a prestigious law firm with a highly sexual environment and whose staff includes Ally's ex-boyfriend. The series contains fantasy sequences, flashbacks and voiceovers to reveal what Ally is really thinking. Many episodes contain an appearance by singer Vonda Shepard, who performed the show's theme song.
Mahakali anth Hi Aarambh Hai (2017)
Goddess Kali, the divine protector, dons several avatars to protect the weak. She uses her cosmic powers to destroy the evil forces that threaten the world.
Mel and Maggie Vera suffer a shock when their mother dies suddenly, but before they have time to heal from their loss, another surprise shows up on their doorstep in the shape of an older sister -- brilliant geneticist Macy -- whom their mother never told them existed. The emotional stress takes its toll and the girls begin to exhibit impossible new abilities. An explanation comes from an unexpected place: the new chair of the women's studies department. Harry Greenwood reveals that the three are powerful witches, and he is their whitelighter, there to advise and guide them as they battle dark forces.
Boardwalk Empire (2010)
Atlantic City at the dawn of Prohibition is a place where the rules don't apply. And the man who runs things -- legally and otherwise -- is the town's treasurer, Enoch "Nucky" Thompson, who is equal parts politician and gangster. Side by side with his brother Elias, Atlantic City's sheriff, and a crew of ward bosses and local tough guys, Nucky gains a reputation as the man to see for illegal alcohol. He does business with all the top gangsters -- Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, "Big Jim" Colosimo -- and he does it well ... until a former protg takes matters into his own hands, setting the Feds on Nucky's tail.
Kitchen Nightmares (2007)
Chef Gordon Ramsay hits the road to help struggling restaurants all over the United States turn their luck around. Ramsay examines the problems each establishment faces, from unsanitary refrigerators to lazy or inexperienced staff, and searches for resolutions. With help from his team, Ramsay redecorates each eatery to give it a fresh new look and updates the menu as needed. Ramsay's ultimate goal is to make the restaurants he visits popular and profitable, but it's up to the restaurateurs to take his advice and turn their business nightmare into the American dream.
Braxton Family Values (2011)
Singer Toni Braxton has had some ups and downs in her career, ranging from No. 1 hits to marriage (and eventual separation) and bankruptcy. The roller coaster ride that is Toni's life seems to continue on this reality series, in which she is joined by her sisters -- Traci, Tamar, Trina and Towanda -- and their mother, Evelyn. The tight-knit group of sisters' battle for the spotlight includes sibling rivalry, man drama and a DUI. Mom referees the action as the sisters' love for one another tries to keep them together during life's trials and tribulations.
Modern-day black women might be described as strong and confident; in other words, just the opposite of Issa and Molly. As the best friends deal with their own real-life flaws, their insecurities come to the fore as together they cope with an endless series of uncomfortable everyday experiences. Created by co-star Issa Rae and writer/comic Larry Wilmore ("The Daily Show With Jon Stewart"), the comedy series looks at the friendship of two black women in a unique, authentic way. It features the music of both indie and established artists of color, and touches on a variety of social and racial issues that relate to the contemporary black experience.
Stand-up comedian Martin Lawrence drives this irreverent sitcom as a sexist, cocky and wisecracking radio station talk show host. His girlfriend and eventual wife, Gina, puts up with him -- although clashes do occur. Martin's friends, Tommy and Cole, help him get into trouble.
The Chi (2018)
The South Side of Chicago carries daily danger, and the smallest and simplest of decisions can have life or death consequences for the residents. Life continues as the kids prep for school and their parents shuffle off to work. The young adults of the area are trying to scrape a living for themselves, while the elders sit on their front porches and observe the goings on. The South Side has the potential to crush dreams, and this coming-of-age series focuses on Kevin, a preteen who embraces the normal rites of childhood, Brandon, who makes a leap of faith to succeed in love and life with Jerrika, Emmett, who seeks guidance from his mother, and Ronnie, who is a drifter struggling to be loved. All of them are linked together by sheer coincidence as they seek redemption.
My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Two sisters encounter a mythical forest sprite and its woodland companions when they move to rural Japan.
Talking Dead (2011)
Chris Hardwick is more than happy to host this after-show for "The Walking Dead" franchise that serves as a platform for fans to further dissect the enormously popular zombie apocalypse shows. He's a big fan himself, after all. The bonus, he says, is now he gets paid to talk about something he'd normally be discussing with his friends anyway. "Talking Dead" airs live immediately following Sunday night presentations of "The Walking Dead" and its spinoff, "Fear the Walking Dead," and features Hardwick recapping the most recent episode, talking with fans, actors and producers, and taking questions and comments from viewers.
Touched by an Angel (1994)
A trio of angels travels the Earth, inspiring people at crossroads in their lives to turn to God. But the angels aren't only teaching people -- they are also learning lessons themselves. Tess, a more experienced angel, assigns Monica and sometimes, Andrew (who is also the Angel of Death), to a case in each episode, usually with an eye not only toward helping the person, but to drive home a lesson to the angel as well. The people being assisted have no idea that their benefactors are angels, of course. But when the person's issue has been dealt with, the angels reveal themselves in a halo of light, and reassure their charges that God loves them.
According to Jim (2001)
Jim is a couch-potato dad and husband trying to achieve picket-fence ideals while keeping a firm hold on his manliness. His beautiful wife tolerates his childish antics because of his tireless loyalty to her and their three kids. Jim's penchant for taking the easy route in everything frequently backfires, landing him in comical situations.
Ben 10 (2016)
Fun-loving 10-year-old Ben Tennyson is back in this reboot of the popular animated series that originally aired from 2005-2008. He sets out on a cross-country adventure with Grandpa Max and cousin Gwen during the kids' summer vacation. Things take an exciting turn when Ben discovers the Omnitrix, a watch that transforms him into 10 heroic aliens. That opens up to him a new world full of extraterrestrial superpowers. Although Ben, Grandpa Max and Gwen use Ben's new powers for good, that doesn't mean he can't use them to get into some occasional superpowered mischief.
College Hill (2004)
Eight coeds from seven different colleges in Miami live in one house.
Peppa Pig (2004)
"Peppa Pig" follows the adventures of the titular, anthropomorphic animal along with her family and friends. Each of her friends is a different kind of animal -- with a last name matching the type of animal each is. Although they are humanlike in many ways, the characters still display characteristics of their species -- such as the Rabbit family being fixated with carrots.
Adam Ruins Everything (2015)
Comic Adam Conover, a cast member and writer at the popular comedy website CollegeHumor, brings his original online series to TV, expanding upon his efforts to poke fun at everyday things that people accept or assume without question. In the half-hour investigative comedy, Conover uses a not-quite-deadly combination of comedy, history and science to debunk widespread misconceptions about topics and ideas that are routinely taken for granted.
Two cousins work through the Atlanta music scene to better their lives and the lives of their families. Earn Marks is a young manager trying to get his cousin's career off the ground. Alfred Miles is a rapper who goes by the stage name "Paper Boi," a hot new artist trying to understand the line between real life and street life. Darius, Alfred's right-hand man and visionary, rounds out the entourage along with Van. Van is not only Earn's best friend but the mother of his daughter. Donald Glover and Brian Tyree Henry co-star as Earn and Alfred, respectively.
Banged Up Abroad (2007)
Dream adventures turn into hellish nightmares for the travelers featured in this series, which recounts through firsthand interviews and re-enactments terror-filled experiences of being arrested in a foreign country, usually for drug smuggling, and how they coped with the resulting lengthy prison terms. Viewers also hear from people directly involved with the arrests, whether it's the undercover agents gathering the evidence against the suspects, or the people making the drug dealing offers.
"Jessie" is your typical fish-out-of-water story. Jessie is a small-town teen who leaves her Texas roots to take a job as a nanny for the Ross family's four precocious kids in New York. Heading the family are the parents: supermodel-turned-business mogul Christina and movie director Morgan. The oldest of the four children, teenager Emma, is the only biological child of the bunch. Her three brothers and sisters are all adopted -- American adoptee Luke, Indian adoptee Ravi and African adoptee Zuri. While watching four kids can be challenging for a teenager, Jessie has help in the form of the family's butler, Bertram, and the building's 20-year-old doorman, Tony. Adding to Jessie's challenging task is the family's pet, a 7-foot Asian water monitor lizard.
Jay Leno's Garage (2015)
After retiring from his perch atop the late-night TV ratings in 2014, comedian Jay Leno has more time to partake in one of his passions: collecting cars. That is the focus of "Jay Leno's Garage," which showcases the "Tonight Show" veteran's journey throughout America as he searches for unique rides and the stories behind them. Leno explores different aspects of automobiles, including the history of iconic brands, testing supercars, checking out the latest innovations, and even offering consumer advice. He also talks with fellow gearheads, including celebrities, to learn about their collections. Leno says cars, to him, are "kinetic artwork" -- rather than being stagnant, it is art that is "rolling down the highway."
Yeh Hai Mohabbatein (2014)
The story of Ishita and Raman and how their worlds intersect.
Mystery Diners (2011)
In order to find out what their employees are really up to when they aren't around, bosses of restaurants, bars and food service establishments recruit the help of mystery diners. Going under cover with hidden cameras, these operatives set out to capture what happens when employees are left alone. In each episode, the boss who suspects the employees of not doing their jobs, watches it all unfold in the sting room. Whether it be lying, stealing, mistreating customers, or simply not doing their jobs, "Mystery Diners" reveals it all.
Set in Chicago, this medical drama deals with the personal and professional crises of the doctors in the emergency room at County General Hospital. From the exciting to the mundane, a day in the frantic hospital serves up many interesting dilemmas as well as heartrending choices for everyone on staff.
A sketch comedy series, based on the long-running MAD Magazine, that spoofs TV shows, movies, music videos and other pop-culture staples. Celebrity guests stop by from time to time to help the cast members poke fun. Many episodes also feature performances by popular musical acts.
Blue's Clues (1996)
A human host welcomes his preschool audience to the "Blue's Clues" house, where his animated puppy, Blue, helps find three clues to something they are trying to figure out. Viewers are invited to participate, with Blue and her friends stopping to listen to what the audience has to say.
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting (2002)
Hosts Sara Gallegos and Angela Huffman work with guests to explore quilting ideas, both old and new, in this series from Iowa Public Television. Whether a beginner or an expert, quilters of all levels will learn something from the tips, techniques and designs featured on this show. Segments from the series include two quilts that feature a diagonally set log cabin design, a small quilt constructed with English paper piecing, a breakdown of a medallion-style quilt into simple lessons, and how to resize a quilt block into larger and smaller versions.
Moonshiners have been around in the U.S. since the Whiskey Rebellion of the 1790s. Surprisingly, there are still a number of Americans who make moonshine -- an illegally produced distilled beverage -- mainly in the Appalachian region of the country. This docuseries tells the stories of people who brew their shine, often under the cloak of darkness in woods near their homes, and the authorities who try to keep them honest. The show allows viewers to witness practices rarely seen on television, including firing up the still for the first time -- a moonshiner's rite of passage. The show also introducers viewers to moonshining legends such as Marvin "Popcorn" Sutton.
Famous Wahlberg brothers Mark and Donnie aren't even the most talented members of their nine-sibling family. That distinction, they say, belongs to older brother Paul, and this reality series may prove the point. It serves up a behind-the-scenes look at the clan, with a backdrop of the family's Boston-based hamburger restaurant run by Paul, an executive chef. As Paul takes on the challenge of operating Wahlburgers, Mark and Donnie make the burger joint their home base when they are in town, and never far from the action are their old neighborhood pals, guys like Henry "Nacho" Laun, Billy Leonard, and Johnny Alves, the man who inspired the Johnny "Drama" character in "Entourage." Wahlberg matriarch Alma also has a prominent role in the series, and she isn't shy about providing her opinions; when she does, everyone listens.
Chappelle's Show (2003)
The sketch-comedy show, starring comic Dave Chappelle, follows the tried-and-true formula of similar shows that preceded it. Chappelle performs a stand-up routine that leads into a taped comedy sketch. The show usually ends with a musical performance. The show is often considered to be controversial due to its use of racial humor.
Deutschland 83 (2015)
In a divided Germany in 1983, naive 24-year-old East German soldier Martin Rauch is pulled from his benign post as a border guard and given a new assignment: undercover spy for the Stasi foreign service in West Germany. Hiding in plain sight as Moritz Stamm in the West German army, Rauch must gather NATO military secrets. As he veers between father figures, love interests, and East and West Germany, nothing is quite what it seems and everyone he encounters is harboring secrets, both political and personal. The coming-of-age story -- created by American journalist and author Anna Winger and her German husband, Joerg Winger -- is the first German-language drama to be aired on a major U.S. network.
Homicide: Life on the Street (1993)
This fast-paced police drama portrays the brutal detective work of a homicide department in Baltimore. Dealing with the numerous murders are Detective John Munch, Lt. Al Giardello and Det. Meldrick Lewis. Early episodes of the show were inspired by the book "Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets" written by David Simon.
Rebelde is the story of four teenagers who go to the "Elite Way School" a famous international private school. In the school we find Miguel. Miguel is a kid who goes to school due to a scholarship. His goal in life is to become rich and get a revenge on the man who ruined his father and caused his dad to commit suicide. During his plan of revenge he realizes that the man he hates the most is the father of the love of his life, Mia. She is the daughter of Franco, a rich powerful man. Mia is the most popular girl in school and is always happy. She hates the fact that her dad is with a singer Alma Rey, mother of Roberta. Roberta is a girl who has always lived in her mom's famous shadow. For that reason she always doubts her great beauty and her talent. Then there's Diego, a boy who grew up knowing that his destiny was to be in politics. His role model is his dad, a mean cold man. And because of that Diego is mean and cold as well. In the school the four teens meet Enrique, a young teacher that will change their lives forever.
PGA stars Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas co-executive produce this documentary series, a behind-the-scenes portrait of men's college golf and its storied rivalries. Half-hour episodes showcase the personal and competitive journeys endured by teams including Oklahoma State (Fowler's alma mater), Alabama (which Thomas led to the national title in 2013) and Auburn as they chase the nation's top ranking and eventually battle in the national championship. "Driven" is written and produced by Ollie Stokes, a 20-time Emmy Award winner.
My Life as a Teenage Robot (2003)
When your main objective in life is to be the Earth's protector, other wants and needs of a typical teenager just have to wait. So goes the life of Jenny Wakeman, a sensitive high-schooler who also happens to be a state-of-the-art robot called XJ-9. The series revolves around Jenny's desire to do what she wants, like be a normal girl and spend time with her friends Brad and Tuck, instead of what she was created to do: stop the planet from certain disaster.
The Red Tent (2014)
Dinah, the daughter of Leah and Jacob, tells about the lives of women in biblical times.
Happy Days (1974)
Set in 1950s and 1960s Milwaukee, this series tells the story of the Cunningham family -- father Howard, mother Marion, son Richie and daughter Joanie. Howard owns a hardware store, while Marion stays at home. Richie's best friends are Potsie and Ralph. Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli is the local bad boy, riding a motorcycle and filling his days with fixing cars and dating girls. During the show's run, Richie leaves home to join the U.S. Army.
McLeod's Daughters (2001)
Claire and Tess are half-sisters who are separated when Tess' mom leaves their father, Jack, when the girls are little. Twenty years later, Jack is dead and Claire is struggling to run the ranch on her own. Tess, now aliented from Claire, returns because she needs a place to stay. But she's soon drafted to help her older sibling and the other women running the ranch: housekeeper Meg, her daughter Jodi, local resident Becky and later, friends Stevie and Kate.
The Cleavers they ain't. Mom is a screaming control freak, Dad is a goofy human hairball, oldest son Francis escaped the family at a young age, Reese is just criminal, Dewey is a space cadet and young Jamie is the scapegoat. The middle kid, Malcolm (who delivers the narrative for the capers of this whacked-out clan) is a brainiac who doesn't want to be burdened by his genius.
"Dallas" is the saga of the Ewing family and its massive oil empire. Patriarch Jock has three sons. The eldest is J.R., the relentless CEO of Ewing Oil. Less obviously malicious are Bobby and Gary. Over a decade-plus of backstabbing, inbreeding, lust and greed, dozens of characters enter and exit the "Dallas" universe.
The Carol Burnett Show (1967)
Comedian and stage actress Carol Burnett, who first gained popularity during her stint on "The Gary Moore Show," hosted this one-hour variety series. Her talented supporting players included Harvey Korman, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence (who got the job based on her resemblance to Burnett) and Lyle Waggoner. Skits often featured guest stars, such as Mama Cass of the Mamas and the Papas or singer Steve Lawrence. One sketch, "The Family" (which featured Lawrence as the persnickety Mama and Burnett as her hotheaded daughter) was later spun-off into it's own sitcom.
Caught in Providence (2018)
Real people with real cases enter Providence Municipal Court to stand before Chief Municipal Court Judge Frank Caprio. Caprio hears cases involving traffic, parking, and arraignments for criminal offenses. There's always a bit of fun when the cameras are rolling, but Caprio makes it clear that he is there to do his job. Judge Frank Caprio is the Chief Municipal Judge in Providence, R.I. and former Chairman of the Rhode Island Board of Governors. He was appointed in 1985 and has been reappointed six times.
The Dodge Dancing Party (1955)
Old-fashioned, melodic music.
Iron Chef America (2005)
Based upon the format of the original Japanese version of "Iron Chef," the series features a Kitchen Stadium filled with culinary equipment. At the beginning of the episode, an outside challenger chooses one of Kitchen Stadium's resident chefs to compete against. Then the host unveils a "secret ingredient," which the competing chefs must incorporate into each dish they create.
Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta (2017)
Atlanta has become a hotbed for hip-hop music, and it is the setting for this reality series that explores what life is like for a tight-knit crew of friends, many of whom have family members who are well-known in the hip-hop community. But like any family, Atlanta's next generation of hip-hop stars do not always get along. Growing up together in the shadow of their legendary parents has established tight bonds and bitter rivalries, as they all fight for their chance to push their way into the spotlight. The well-connected Atlanta crew features, among others, Bow Wow, Da Brat, Waka Flocka Flame, Tammy Rivera, and Andrea "Drea" Kelly, the ex-wife of R. Kelly.
102 Dalmatians (2000)
In this all-new tale, Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close) is released from prison on good behavior vowing that she will have nothing to do with fur ever again. She, however, cannot keep this promise and is soon plotting another "fur-ocious" scheme to get her ultimate Dalmatian coat. The fun and adventure shift into high gear as Cruella and the dogs romp through Paris.
Reading Rainbow (1983)
Hosted by LeVar Burton for more than 20 years, "Reading Rainbow" teaches reading skills, habits, and attitudes. The magazine-style format takes kids on real-life journeys with celebrity guest readers and "Kid on the Street" book recommendations. Also incorporating popular music, history and social topics for kids, Reading Rainbow offers writing and illustrating contests for young viewers.
Thomas And Friends (2015)
Based on a series of children's books, "Thomas & Friends" features Thomas the Tank Engine going on adventures with his fellow locomotives on the island of Sodor. Thomas is apt to get into trouble by trying too hard to be, in his words, a "really useful engine," attempting to do things that are best left to bigger engines. Other members of Sir Topham Hatt's railway include junior engine Percy, Thomas' best friend, who is always willing to help, and big engine Gordon -- the fastest and most powerful member of the team -- who uses his superior strength to help the smaller engines get out of trouble.
The Young Turks (2018)
A news and commentary program focusing on current events and topics.
Antiques Roadshow (1979)
Airing since 1979, the British series travels the country (with occasional trips to other countries, such as Canada and Australia), bringing together in each location specialists in antiques and fine arts to have them appraise items brought in by local residents, whether they are collectors looking to turn trash into treasure or ordinary folks hoping Grandma's old painting might now fund the kids' education. Items featured on the show often have an interesting story attached to them or have some connection to that episode's venue. While some items that are brought in are worth a fortune, others are worthless.
Guy's Grocery Games (2013)
Going to the grocery store could be worth $20,000 for one chef in each episode of this competition series. Four chefs compete in three elimination challenges testing their culinary skills as they make their way through the store's aisles. Each challenge features a theme -- such as using only items from frozen foods -- and is judged by a rotating list of guest judges who determine which contestant is eliminated. The chef who makes it through all three challenges then has two minutes to go through the aisles collecting items on a shopping list. Each item on the list is worth $2,000 and if the chef gets every item, the $20,000 grand prize is awarded. Popular Food Network personality Guy Fieri hosts the competition.
Danger 5 (2011)
Danger 5 reunite to stop Hitler's ultimate quest for world domination.
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack (2005)
Financial journalist Consuelo Mack interviews some of the most trusted names in the investment business, along with what she terms "financial thought leaders" and big-name investors, all with an eye toward providing viewers with ways to build wealth and protect if over the long term. Mack and her guests deal with stocks, bonds, real estate and even art and collectibles as a means to building wealth. Each guest is asked to make a recommendation as to one stock that should be in a long-term portfolio, and she offers viewers her own Action Point, which is a step anyone can take to work toward building wealth.
Inside the NFL (1977)
The Emmy-winning "Inside the NFL" series has been going strong for well over 30 years, even after moving from HBO to Showtime before the 2008 NFL season. The cast may change every few years, with various hosts and analysts offering their take on football action, but the content has remained fairly consistent since its 1977 debut. In-depth highlights of that week's games, feature segments, and predictions are still the core of the show airing weekly during the NFL season and through the postseason. In 2014 wide receiver Brandon Marshall became an analyst, the first active player to serve in the role in the program's history.
Blue Heelers (1994)
A police series based around Australia's Mt. Thomas police station.
Hacking the System (2014)
Brian Brushwood is a jack-of-all-trades: magician, author, podcaster, lecturer, comic, TV personality. He's also adept at using tips, tricks and shortcuts to gain advantages. In "Hacking the System" he demonstrates such methods in episodes dedicated to personal security, travel, crime, finance, and more. As well, Brushwood shows how to endure a natural disaster, compete effectively, and recognize psychological ploys of the restaurant industry.
Women of Grace (2008)
Encouraging women in their gift of authentic femininity, this series features guest experts from throughout the Catholic world who seek to help women explore their role as daughters of the most high God. An outreach of Living His Life Abundantly International Inc., "Women of Grace" is hosted by author, conference speaker and seminar presenter Johnnette Benkovic, with Father Edmund Sylvia serving as the show's theological adviser.
Death Valley Days (1952)
Stories based on the legends and lore of Death Valley, California.
Band Baajaa Bride (2011)
Hosts Bharat and Ambika along with renowned designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee give would-be brides glamorous makeovers in an attempt to give them a perfect fairytale wedding.
Access Hollywood Live (2017)
The familiar "Access Hollywood" brand hits daytime syndication with this Monday-Friday offering. Like its nighttime counterpart, it focuses on all the latest celebrity news, gossip and scandal, and includes in-studio interviews as well as reports from a team of correspondents. But unlike its sister program, it is broadcast live.
La familia del barrio (2013)
A dysfunctional Mexican family, made up of Gaspar, Jonathan, grandfather, and "The Norwegian".
Judge Alex (2005)
Cuban-born Alex Ferrer -- a former police officer, trial attorney and criminal court judge -- presides over a charged courtroom where he hears landlord disputes, complaints from consumers and other small-claims cases.
Later ... with Jools Holland (1992)
Jools Holland has introduced hundreds of established and new musical artists, from solo performers to bands and larger ensembles, since this program debuted on BBC2 in 1992. It's still going strong more than two decades later, with millions of fans around the world -- including those watching on MTV Live in the U.S. -- enjoying the hourlong episodes taped in a studio near Holland's home in Kent, England. "Later..." features multiple songs by each guest, and Holland -- a founding member of the band Squeeze -- interviews one or more of the performers and frequently jams with them.
The Situation Room (2005)
"The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer" is the command center for breaking news, politics and extraordinary reports from around the world. Patterned after the concept of the White House Situation Room, CNN's lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer hosts newsmakers and experts to discuss and analyze the stories that are driving today's news.
This long-running anthology series offers popular whodunits such as "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries," "Poirot," "Sherlock Holmes," "Marple" and many others.
E! News brings you the most up-to-the-minute reports on the day's top entertainment stories. Hosts Giuliana Rancic and Terrence Jenkins.
UFC Unleashed (2005)
"UFC Unleashed" features the greatest moments from the Ultimate Fighting Championship's vast library of mixed martial arts footage, including matchups that were previously exclusive to pay-per-view audiences. As opposed to simple highlights, "Unleashed" treats fans to bouts in their entirety, from the opening bell to the knockout, tap out or decision, and some episodes consist of a "best of" compilation featuring one UFC star.