Based on the series of graphic novels by the same name, "Stumptown" follows Dex Parios, a strong, assertive and sharp-witted Army veteran who has a complicated love life, gambling debt and a brother to take care of in Portland, Ore. Her military intelligence skills make her a great private investigator, but her brash, unapologetic style puts her in a league of her own, landing her in the firing line of hardcore criminals while not quite in alliance with the rules and objectives of the local police.
The anthology series focuses on untold stories of the world's most brilliant innovators.
The Girlfriend Experience (2016)
Exclusive courtesans provide their wealthy clients with more than just physical relationships.
Abby Johnson becomes the youngest clinic director in the history of Planned Parenthood, then a life-changing experience turns her into an anti-abortion activist.
Yowamushi Pedal (2018)
Onada Sakamichi and his cycling team battle to defend their title at the Inter-high championship.
Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003)
Naina is bogged down by the conflict in her family. She falls in love with Aman, who unites her family and teaches her how to enjoy life, but he encourages her to fall in love with her best friend, Rohit.
Ben 10 (2005)
Ben Tennyson, a 10-year-old boy, discovers a magical device that can turn him into 10 different alien heroes, each with its own unique abilities. With this newfound power, Ben, Grandpa Max and cousin Gwen help others and stop evildoers - but that doesn't mean he doesn't cause some superpowered kid mischief once and a while.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006)
Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Daisy and Donald all hang around the Clubhouse. Mickey leads viewers through stories with play-along and singalong segments. Learning early math skills and identifying shapes, patterns and numbers are all part of Mickey's lessons. Mickey and his pals also play with handy gizmos and gear, including the Mousekedoer, Mouseketools and a transportable device called Toodles.
Slam Dunk (1993)
A high school freshman joins the basketball team to impress his crush and becomes a star.
Mighty Med (2013)
Teenage best friends Kaz and Oliver get the thrill of a lifetime when they land after-school jobs at Mighty Med, a secret hospital for superheroes as well as sci-fi and fantasy characters, where they discover that their favorite characters are not only real but living among them. As ordinary boys, known as "normos" at the hospital, Kaz and Oliver must learn how to make their way through the normal and the secret worlds they are now a part of. There to help them with that task are superhero Skylar Storm and Alan, the nephew of Mighty Med's chief of staff. In the end they'll have to use their friendship and superhero knowledge in order to become heroes themselves by saving the people who save people.
Mar Gaye Oye Loko (2018)
A man's soul gets transported to heaven by accident.
Lost Girl (2010)
Bo is a small-town girl on the run after a disastrous sexual encounter with her boyfriend ends with his death. Bo learns that she is not human, but a succubus, who feeds on the sexual energy of humans. She and her kind are members of the Fae, creatures of legend, who walk among humans and feed off them in different ways. As she searches for the truth about her origins and runs from her inhuman urges, she vows to help those she meets along the way -- human or Fae -- who need to right a wrong.
Wizards of Waverly Place (2007)
Alex Russo and her brothers Justin and Max come from a long line of wizards and now must master their newly learned powers or lose them forever. Their dad, Jerry, gave up his powers when he married their mortal mom. The family business is Waverly Sub Station in busy Manhattan, and the three young wizards get into all sorts of crazy situations as they grow up facing typical teen challenges like school, friends, family and magic.
Inspector Lewis (2005)
Inspector Lewis and his sidekick fight crime.
Xena: Warrior Princess (1995)
Xena is a reformed warrior princess who travels around fighting evil. Gabrielle -- bard and friend -- keeps her company and helps her stay on the path of good.
Finding Carter (2014)
Teenage Carter Stevens is confident, pretty and popular, traits that are usually handy in navigating high-school life. But nothing prepares her for the punch-to-the-gut news that comes out of an investigation into a party: Carter was abducted when she was 3, and the teen must return to her biological family, who thought she was gone forever. As Carter tries to forge a new life with her real mom and dad, a twin sister and a younger brother -- and adjust to a new school and town -- she vows to protect the single mother who raised her and is now sought by police.
Sailor Moon (1995)
Girls receive powers to protect their world.
BFF's with Vogue (2018)
In this animated television series we see Raku Ichijou as your average high school boy. However he is far from the average high school student. Raku is the only heir to the famous Yakuza Family also known as the Shuei-gumi. Things became complicated when Raku made a promise to a girl he met which was to get married when they again meet.
Akame ga Kill! (2014)
Young villager Tatsumi heads to the Imperial Capital to try to raise money for his village. After arriving, he discovers that there is corruption in the area. He is recruited by Night Raid, an assassin group, to fight the Empire and end the corruption. As part of Night Raid, Tatsumi joins self-proclaimed "genius sniper" Mine; kind-hearted Sheele who can become a cold-blooded killer when it comes to achieving her goal of getting rid of "society's trash"; and leader Najenda who spent years serving in the Empire before joining Night Raid.
The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair (2018)
A writer gets caught up in a murder investigation involving his mentor, an esteemed author; based on the novel by Jol Dicker.
The Bold Type (2017)
Putting together a magazine is not an easy task, requiring a lot of teamwork to finish the job and get the publication on newsstand shelves. That's why the staffers responsible for producing global women's magazine Scarlet lean on one another as they try to find their own voices. While working together to publish each issue of the periodical, they struggle to find their identities, manage friendships and find love. The drama series is inspired by the life of longtime magazine editor and executive Joanna Coles, who serves as an executive producer.
Jackie Chan Adventures (2000)
Archaeologist and martial artist Jackie Chan opposes evil forces hunting powerful magical artifacts with help from his wise uncle and his plucky niece, Jade.
The Big Interview With Dan Rather (2013)
Dan Rather is no stranger to conducting interviews with famous people, so he must feel right at home as the veteran journalist grills big names from the entertainment industry about their lives past, present and future. In the intimate interviews, Rather gets his guests to open up about their backgrounds and careers. The list of entertainers who have allowed the newsman to delve into their life stories includes Aaron Sorkin, Linda Ronstadt, Daryl Hannah, Merle Haggard, Roger Daltrey and Melissa Etheridge.
DEATH ROW CHRONICLES (2018)
Hip-hop's peak years are generally considered to encompass the 1990s, a rise that coincided with Death Row Records becoming one of the most notorious labels in the genre's history. This docuseries presents a warts-and-all history of Death Row, which was built by CEO Suge Knight into a multimillion-dollar company thanks to a legendary talent roster led by Dr. Dre, Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg. Series highlights include never-before-seen footage, a firsthand interview with someone who witnessed Shakur's murder in 1996, and comments from former Death Row artists and other key players in the label's rise and downfall.
The Real Housewives of Dallas (2016)
Dallas is the setting for the first "Real Housewives" show that calls Texas home. People who live in the Lone Star State are full of Texas pride, and these housewives are no different. People warn others not to mess with Texas, and that is especially true when dealing with the state's socialites featured on the show. Connecticut native Cary Deuber is a certified nurse who has led a number of medical missions worldwide; "girl next door" Stephanie Hollman is actively involved in charities and isn't afraid to speak her mind; former beauty queen LeeAnne Locken has made a career out of charity work but is also known for ruffling feathers; former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Brandi Redmond, a full-time mother who sometimes rubs the other ladies the wrong way; Kameron Westcott, who is known for her charity work; and socialite D'Andra Simmons.
Bubble Guppies (2011)
"Bubble Guppies" takes the phrase "school of fish" literally as fish-tailed preschoolers attend school in an underwater classroom. Children learn about topics such as science, math and literacy through original music. Among the characters featured on the show are turbocharged Gil, leader Molly and drama queen Deema.
After two decades as the reigning queen of country music, Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) is faced with pressure to adapt and reinvent herself to stay relevant. Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) is a sassy, sexy singer with a troubled past who is determined to steal Rayna's place at the top. Other characters in Nashville's music scene include a beautiful and gifted songwriter, Scarlett O'Connor, up-and-coming musician Gunnar Scott, conflicted country star Will Lexington, and Deacon Claybourne, a guitar player who has worked with Rayna since the beginning of her career.
Party Down South (2014)
Young Southerners live together and enjoy their fill of fun, drama and partying.
Hey Duggee (2015)
Friendly dog Duggee is the leader of The Squirrel Club, which is an after-school club that is a place where kids can go to have adventures and earn activity badges. The pooch encourages his playful pals to discover new things around them while being active and working as a team. Duggee teaches the youngsters to be responsible and to take acceptable risks. The animated preschool series, which promotes exercise and learning, is narrated by BAFTA-winning comedian Alexander Armstrong.
90 Day Fiancé (2014)
Long-distance relationships have challenges that are sometimes difficult to overcome but consider if the distance traveled was halfway around the world and a couple had just 90 days to decide whether the courtship should conclude with marriage. That's the situation facing the men and women profiled in this series, which shares the complexities of international romances. Using a visa that allows foreign fiancees of American citizens to travel to the U.S., the men and women experience life in the States with their prospective mates for the first time. Culture and language barriers must be overcome -- not to mention the stigma of being thought of as mail-order spouses -- but here's the elephant in the room: The couples must marry before the visas expire in 90 days, or else the visitors have to immediately return to their countries. With the clock ticking, these couples discover if their "happily ever after" is meant to be.
Andy and Lance are friends who share a passion for metal detecting. Although they act like an old married couple -- griping at each other -- there is a true bond between the two, and they have a common dream: finding a priceless collection of items that would cement their place in detecting history. Greed, betrayal and redemption are among the emotions experienced as Andy and Lance, along with their eccentric friends in the Danebury Metal Detecting Club, go in search of the big find that has eluded them to this point. The sitcom is written and directed by co-star Mackenzie Crook.
Carnival Row (2019)
A human detective and a fairy rekindle a dangerous affair in a Victorian fantasy world; the city's uneasy peace collapses when a string of murders reveals an unimaginable monster.
While martial arts champion Baki Hanma trains hard to surpass his legendary father, five violent death row inmates descend upon Tokyo to take him on.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2015)
Successful and driven, Rebecca Bunch seemingly has it all -- an upscale apartment in Manhattan and a partnership at a prestigious law firm -- but she feels like something is missing. After a chance meeting with a former romantic interest, Rebecca impulsively decides to give up her life in New York and relocate to West Covina, Calif., a Los Angeles suburb she hopes will be the perfect home base as she embarks on a quest for love, adventure and true happiness. Star Rachel Bloom also serves as an executive producer.
Murder For Hire (2019)
A revival of the hit docuseries, which originally ran on ABC from 2004 through 2010, "Wife Swap" follows two families from different backgrounds as they trade homes and spouses for two weeks. The spouses at first must follow each other's detailed instructions on how to parent, socialize and run the household, then they are allowed to impose their own rules and run things as they please. The families face contemporary hot-button issues such as politics, classism, gender and race, hoping to find common ground. At the end of the experiment, both couples meet for an often-heated discussion, assessing each other's life choices and the effect the experiences had on their families.
Only Fools and Horses (1981)
Derek "Del Boy" Trotter is a fast-talking market trader living in South London with his younger brother, Rodney. In order to try to get rich, the brothers dabble in black market trading through an unregistered company they own, Trotters Independent Trading Co. But many of their deals end up backfiring on them.
Austin & Ally (2011)
"Austin & Ally" follows the exploits of the title characters, polar opposites who combine their talents to try to create a musical tour de force. Austin is an extroverted musician and singer. Ally is a brilliant, but shy, songwriter. Austin and Ally's best friends are Trish and Dez, respectively. Without Ally's knowledge, Austin and Dez "borrow" one of her songs, make a music video out of it and post it on the Internet. The music video catapults Austin into an overnight sensation. But when Trish tries to convince Ally to let people know she wrote the song, Austin pleads with her to write him another song that he can turn into a hit. And that begins their musical collaboration as they try to profit from Austin's newfound fame.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (2005)
Bad-boy chef and best-selling author Anthony Bourdain hits both familiar culinary hotspots and out-of-the-way gems in his global quest for the ultimate dining experience. Along the way, Bourdain offers his perspective on both the food and the local customs he comes across in his travels.
Falcon Crest (1981)
This sometimes sexy, often campy drama series is set in the fictional Tuscany Valley region of California's wine capital, Napa Valley. Aristocratic and ruthless Angela Channing runs Falcon Crest winery with an iron hand, and she is none too pleased when hardworking nephew Chance inherits 50 acres of prime vineyard from her late brother.
Good Bones (2016)
"Good Bones" follows the blueprint of several series on HGTV or DIY Network that showcase revitalization specialists who turn rundown homes into stunning remodels. In this case, it's mother/daughter duo Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak transforming properties in and around their hometown of Indianapolis. Karen's legal background and Mina's real estate knowledge help them secure diamonds in the rough, and then they hire out demo and construction duties -- or get help from family -- to get the houses done on time and on budget.
El señor de los cielos (2013)
A humble man who wanted to become the richest and most powerful man in the world of drug trafficking in Mexico. To do so, he was capable of anything, and to maintain his power, he was even capable of changing his face.
A new group of medical students arrives to learn the ropes at Sacred Heart Hospital, where J.D., Turk, Kelso, and acerbic Dr. Cox are the instructors. J.D. continues to romance Elliot as he imparts wisdom to a new class, which includes Lucy, Drew, Cole and Maya.
Dallas SWAT (2006)
An elite team of Texas law enforcement officers goes through a daily routine of stressful and unpredictable challenges, but its members also discover that the demands of their job also have an impact at home. Among the tasks the team faces are high-risk drug busts and hostage situations.
Chicago Hope (1994)
Dr. Phillip Watters heads the hospital administration and often butts heads with dedicated doctors and surgeons who take issue with what appears to be unreasonable rules. This medical drama series focuses on the professional and personal lives of the hospital's staff.
Candice Renoir (2013)
French police officer Commandant Candice Renoir, and single mother of 4, balances her work and her family.
Estranged couple Tom and Louise have a unique way of attempting to repair their crumbling marriage. It's not the fact they attend weekly marital therapy sessions; it's the manner in which they prepare for them. Before appointments with their therapist, Tom and Louise meet at a pub to try to get their stories consistently coherent. They delve into how their lives were before they met, what drew them together, and how, eventually, the bond started to crack. Throughout each episode, viewers are provided with an honest, humorous take on contemporary relationships.
Spirit Riding Free (2017)
A young girl moves to the countryside and becomes friends with Spirit, a wild stallion.
Undercover Boss (2010)
High-level corporate execs leave the comfort of their offices and secretly take low-level jobs within their companies to find out how things really work and what their employees truly think of them. This Emmy-winning reality series utilizes hidden cameras to provide an authentic view of executives' journeys as they are immersed in the day-to-day operations of their organizations. In the process of this undercover mission, they learn of the perceptions about their companies, the spirit of their work forces and -- maybe -- something about themselves as well.
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn (2014)
Dawn Harper doesn't have much in common with brothers Nicky, Ricky and Dicky except for a birthday. Sibling rivalry often consumes the quadruplets, but they can come together to solve problems that arise. Dawn acts as leader of the pack but, really, is just one of the quartet; quirky Nicky has the answer to almost everything; Ricky has a high IQ but gets into trouble with his siblings; charming Dicky always has a way with words. Situations show the preteens planning their own "grown-up" birthday parties and seeing a scary movie for the first time.
Laid-back Sam Malone, a former relief pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, owns and runs Cheers, a cozy bar in Boston. He hires smart, uptight -- and jilted -- Diane Chambers as a server, out of sympathy, but their attraction causes constant bickering. Wacky characters fill the bar: sarcastic waitress Carla, beer-loving accountant Norm, know-it-all postman Cliff. When Diane leaves Boston much later, Sam sells the bar, buys a boat and sails the world, but his boat sinks, so he returns. New, ambitious manager Rebecca Howe hires him back, but they love to hate each other too.
El marginal (2016)
While investigating a kidnapping, an ex-cop infiltrates a prison and finds himself surrounded by dangerous felons who must not know his true identity.
The Curse of Oak Island: Digging Deeper (2015)
"Digging Deeper" offers enhanced episodes of "The Curse of Oak Island," featuring additional information and previously unseen footage. For those new to the story, Oak Island is a tree-covered island on the south shore of Nova Scotia that has intrigued treasure hunters for more than 200 years. It is believed that the island is hiding one of the greatest treasures of all time, but no one has been able to find it. Enter Rick and Marty Lagina, brothers from Michigan who have bought the rights to much of the land to try to solve the mystery. The two use modern technology and good old American know-how to look for the treasure. But it won't be easy as the search is expensive and dangerous -- several people have died trying to strike it rich on Oak Island, inspiring the titular curse. The Laginas hope to avoid the curse long enough to find the treasure before they run out of money... or worse.
Each episode of this reality series follows a willing participant embarking on a mission to transform his or her life by realizing a long-dormant dream.
Yeh Pyaar Nahi Toh Kya Hai (2018)
An aspiring lawyer, Siddhant, persistently looks for success but soon realizes the significance of love over materialistic achievements.
Atrévete a Soñar (2009)
The Wild Thornberrys (1998)
Eccentric family has adventures in natural surroundings.
Four children are kidnapped and murdered in Oakland County, Mich., in the mid-1970s, and their bodies are dumped in snowbanks; author J. Reuben Appelman investigates these unsolved slayings.
Aurora Teagarden Mysteries (2015)
Librarian Aurora Teagarden solves mysteries in Lawrenceton, Ga.
The Charlotte Show (2018)
Follow the life of reality star, celebrity, and social media influencer, Charlotte Crosby.
The Jeffersons (1975)
"We're moving on up, to the East Side, to a deee-luxe apartment in the sky ... ." This spinoff from "All in the Family" is about literal upward mobility - African- American couple George and Louise Jefferson move into a swanky high-rise building. George is an obstreperous, often rude guy who thinks his wealth should get him anywhere he wants to go. His wife is more levelheaded and often cuts him down to size when his schemes go awry.
America Unearthed (2012)
America is full of archaeological secrets buried in the earth. In this series, forensic geologist Scott Wolter -- considered a real-life Indiana Jones by some -- travels across the country to uncover some of the hidden treasures and to reveal the history associated with them, discovering in the process that there is a lot Americans don't know about the country's past, and the history that people do know may not always tell the whole story. Ancient symbols, religious relics and other artifacts that Wolter unearths indicate that various civilizations have left their mark on the nation.
The Best Thing I Ever Ate (2009)
A look at what celebrity chefs and Food Network hosts like to eat when the cameras stop rolling. Each episode of the series will delve into some of the network stars' favorite food spots and the meals that they would travel thousands of miles to have again. They dish on fantastic desserts, the best barbecue joints and where to find the comfort foods they crave. Each bite is a trip down memory lane as they recount stories of healing and discovery through their most cherished treats and eats.
Good Eats (1999)
Equal parts smart and sardonic, creator and host Alton Brown uses a combination of classroom methods and wacky comedy sketches to explain not just how to whip up an excellent dish, but also why the ingredients interact as they do when you put them all together. Brown has said that the show's inspiration is to combine Julia Child, Mr. Wizard and "Monty Python."
Very Scary People (2019)
Host Donnie Wahlberg chronicles the twisted lives of diabolical criminals, such as Charles Manson, Aileen Wuornos, John Wayne Gacy, the Rev. Jim Jones, and others.
Full House (2013)
Full House centers around the lives of the Tanner family. Danny Tanner, played by Bob Saget, is the father of three girls who has lost his wife. To help him in raising the girls his wife's brother, Jesse Katsopolis, played by John Stamos, and his best friend Joey Gladstone, played by Dave Coulier, move in with him. The girls prove to be more than a handful for three young men who have no experience in raising children. The show is a comedy which occasionally touches on more meaningful subjects such as bullying or under age drinking.
My Super Sweet 16 (2005)
That frilly sugar-and-spice title notwithstanding, this reality series follows privileged 15-year-olds, usually girls but there is an occasional guy featured, and their friends as they obsessively plan their Sweet 16 parties, which almost invariably feature an orgy of conspicuous consumerism excess not seen since the heyday of "Dynasty." More recent episodes expand beyond Sweet Sixteens to include Quinceaneras, debutante balls, "Bro Mitzvahs" and more.
Sanjay and Craig (2013)
Sanjay Patel doesn't know the meaning of "uncool" or "impossible." The 12-year-old has great curiosity and excitement about the world. That's what sends Sanjay on adventures that are sometimes ridiculous, gross or oddly sweet sweet. Joining Sanjay is his best friend, Craig, who is a talking snake and master of disguise that can turn into just about anything or anyone. To most people, Craig seems like an ordinary snake; only Sanjay and his close friends can hear the reptile's warped words of wisdom. Keeping the secret is important to the pair, and the biggest threat is Mr. Noodman, Sanjay's neighbor, who fears snakes and is always on the verge of figuring out that Craig speaks.
Judging Amy (1999)
Amy Gray is a Harvard-educated New York corporate lawyer who, after separating from her husband, finds herself back in her childhood home in Hartford, Conn., living with her nagging mom and daughter while working as a judge for Hartford's family court. Acting on instinct more than protocol, Judge Amy tries to mete out justice while struggling with her new status as a single mother. Amy's mom, Maxine, is a caseworker for the Department of Children and Families. Amy Brenneman and Tyne Daly star in this courtroom drama series.
F is for Family (2015)
Set in the 1970s, this animated raunchy comedy is inspired by the life of stand-up comic Bill Burr, who is a co-creator and executive producer of the series. Burr also voices the character of Frank Murphy, a short-tempered veteran who lives in the suburbs with his wife, Sue (Laura Dern) and their three children. Frank, who works at an airport, has a penchant for shouting and profanity-filled rants. The series celebrates all things 1970s, including the lifestyle, the music, and all sorts of other nostalgic details.
Four in a Bed (2010)
Four pairs of Bed and Breakfast owners compete for the best establishment.
Unsolved Mysteries (1987)
Dennis Farina ("Law & Order") hosts this revamped version of the vintage docudrama series that re-creates real-life cases that revolve around unsolved crimes, missing persons and unexplained paranormal phenomena.
NYPD Blue (1993)
This Steven Bochco-produced series pulls few punches in portraying the day-to-day lives of cops in New York's 15th Precinct. Characters' personal lives intertwine with the cases they work, which often deal with the worst elements the city has to offer. Many characters came and went during the show's 12-season run but one constant throughout the series was Det. Andy Sipowicz, portrayed by Dennis Franz.
This crime drama follows members of a police department as they try to uncover a mystery against the elements. In a fjord near a small Icelandic town, a ferry arrives from Denmark with 300 passengers -- but only their journey stops here. A storm overhead and a treacherous blizzard prevent the ferry and the townspeople from leaving the remote area. When a dismembered, mutilated body washes up onshore, the local police realize a murder has taken place just hours earlier. Everybody trapped in the vicinity immediately becomes potential suspects and chaos descends as they try to find the killer.
Tales from the Darkside (1983)
A "Twilight Zone" type of show, this horror anthology series, produced by noted horror filmmaker George A. Romero, explores the macabre, but like its predecessor, always with a twist. Low budget but with a huge cult following, the show explores horror and supernatural story lines and guest-stars several veteran actors. Many "Tales From the Darkside" episodes are adapted from stories written by well-known authors, including Stephen King, Harlan Ellison, Clive Barker and John Cheever. This series was followed by a feature film, "Tales From the Darkside: The Movie."
The Andy Griffith Show (1960)
Andy Taylor is the widower sheriff of the small, sleepy North Carolina town of Mayberry. Andy and son Opie live with Aunt Bee, who takes care of the family. Andy's deputy is his bumbling but neurotically hilarious cousin, Barney Fife. Among Andy's Mayberry friends is the town's resident barber, Floyd.
America's Test Kitchen (2001)
Cooking tips, techniques and advice.
Nenjam Marappathillai (2017)
Ax Men (2008)
In a time of uncertainty in the logging industry, only the toughest will survive. This reality series follows several logging companies through a work season in the forests of various locations, including Oregon, Alaska, Indiana, and British Columbia in Canada, where these rugged lumberjacks have to cope with unpredictable and sometimes violent weather, treacherous terrain and irritating mechanical failures. The crews put everything on the line as they work in hopes of a big payout.
Mystery Diagnosis (2005)
Determined patients refuse to give up although their physicians are baffled by the symptoms, and eventually they find amazing information about the disorders.
Nosotros los guapos (2016)
El Vítor y Albertano, los galanes del barrio, tienen que pagar la renta de su departamento, no encuentran trabajo y hacen muchas locuras con tal de tener un techo digno.
The Exes (2011)
Newly single Stuart needs a new place to live following his divorce so he moves into an apartment with two bachelors, ladies' man Phil and homebody Haskell. The apartment is owned by Stuart's divorce attorney, Holly, who lives in the apartment across the hall. The bachelors initially have reservations about living with clingy Stuart. But, being across the hall, Holly is there to help avoid any catastrophes. Also in the mix is Holly's assistant, Eden, who has a habit of prying into her boss's personal life.
For My Man (2015)
When people get married, they often promise to do anything for their new spouses. When the women profiled in this docuseries say they'll do anything, they mean anything. "For My Man" tells stories of women who have been arrested -- part of the growing female population in the criminal justice system -- for crimes that they committed in the name of love. The crimes committed range from becoming an inside informant at the DEA for a drug-addicted partner to turning on one's own family members at a jealous boyfriend's request, and even as extreme as going on a killing spree across the Midwest.
Fanboy and Chum Chum (2009)
Fanboy and Chum Chum are fans of all things science fiction and fantasy, and wear wild superhero costumes with their underwear on the outside. Their lives are filled with adventure, from Fanboy's teacher turning into a zombie to an ice monster operating the Frosty Freezy Freeze machine. Their pal Kyle usually tags along on their escapades. Kyle is a real wizard, but Fanboy and Chum Chum are oblivious to his mystical powers, although they live in a world of fantasy.
Insomniac with Dave Attell (2001)
Comedian Dave Attell heads out with a camera crew after hours in cities across the country to see what people do in the wee hours of the night. From a tattoo convention in Memphis, Tenn., to ice fishing in Montreal, Attell stays up all night meeting bartenders, partygoers and anyone else who will talk to him.
Stacey David's GearZ (2007)
Stacey David takes automobile modification to a new level in "Gearz," pushing the limits of creativity and logic by building one-of-a-kind vehicles that defy conventional wisdom. Hot rods, off-road four wheelers, all-terrain types -- if it has an engine and a way to steer it, David, the original host of the popular TV series "Trucks!" brings it to life.
Just the facts, ma'am. Every week, Sgt. Joe Friday follows the clues, interviews witnesses and spews a lot of crime jargon as he tries to catch one perp or another. For the majority of the show's 1950s run, he was partnered with Officer Smith, but when the show was brought back in 1967, he had Officer Gannon as a partner.
Emma Willis follows three single women as they look for love.
La impostora (2014)
Dil Bole Oberoi (2017)
An offshoot of the show Ishqbaaaz, with emphasis on the life and love of Omkara and Rudra. A new story unfolds where viewers witness their tryst with life and love.
A Private War (2018)
Celebrated war correspondent Marie Colvin is a woman who is as comfortable downing martinis with high society's elite as she is brazenly staring down warlords and fleeing from gunfire. Driven by an enduring desire to bear witness and give voice to the voiceless, Colvin charges into danger, constantly testing the limits between bravery and bravado.
Stolen Women, Captured Hearts (1997)
A Kansas bride abducted by Lakota warriors adapts to her captors' way of life and falls in love with the tribe's chief.
Celebrity Name Game (2014)
Early on in game shows, when stars took part, they aided players -- to guess secret words on "Password," for instance. Now they're helping them guess names of VIPs in host Craig Ferguson's four-round competition set in a party atmosphere. The celebrity/contestant pairs must identify the famous -- actors, athletes, politicians, cartoon characters, etc. -- based on improvised clues for a chance to win $20,000. The celebrity connection extends behind the cameras; actors Courteney Cox and David Arquette are among executive producers of a show based on board game "Identity Crisis."
A nerdy university student gets robbed and it shakes his world up. So he then decides that there is something that he can do and that is to become a superhero. So his friends work with him in a lab to see what they can come up with.
Pickler & Ben (2017)
Singer Kellie Pickler adds the title of talk show host to her resume with this series that she co-hosts with journalist Ben Aaron. Filmed in Nashville, the show features North Carolina native Pickler and New York-bred Aaron welcoming some of America's top celebrities and tastemakers to offer their tips on entertaining, cooking, decorating, gardening and beauty. But it's not just about famous people, as the hourlong program also tells inspiring stories of everyday people who do extraordinary things. "Pickler & Ben" is filmed on an expansive set that is styled after a modern farmhouse.
Sister Circle (2017)
This daily talk show brings the hosts' compelling and humorous thoughts on topics that include relationships, parenting, fitness and personal finances. "Sister Circle" also examines the latest trends and the frustrations of everyday life. Social media allows viewers to interact with the show as it airs live. The panel of hosts includes reality-TV star Quad Webb-Lunceford, Grammy-nominated singer Syleena Johnson, TV and radio host Rashan Ali and comic Kiana Dancie.
Guy's Big Bite (2006)
Hosted by second-season winner of "Next Food Network Star," Guy Fieri -- who has become one of the network's most prolific hosts in the year's since winning the competition -- "Guy's Big Bite" is about lots of flavor! Bloody Mary steaks, sangria shrimp and cedar-grilled salmon are some of his favorites. Guy shares his fearless attitude toward cooking and life with recipes that reflect his diverse tastes.
The Bill Cunningham Show (2011)
There are so many daytime talk shows on the air that they can be considered a dime a dozen. Controversial radio host Bill Cunningham hopes his self-titled talk show can stand above the competition as he transitions from the audio medium to the visual medium. The topics on Cunningham's show are familiar to daytime TV viewers. Reunions with long-lost family members, infidelity, addictions, strained relationships between twins, and family dilemmas are among the topics Cunningham tries to help his guests with.
De Vuelta al Barrio (2017)
De vuelta al barrio is a Peruvian comedy television series created and produced by Efraín Aguilar and Gigio Aranda. It is broadcast on América Televisión since May 8, 2017.