Ufo In Her Eyes (2012)

A Communist Party official launches a publicity campaign after a Chinese woman (Shi Ke) tells of seeing a UFO above their village.

Eye of the Leopard (2006)

In Botswana's Okavango Delta, cameras record a leopard for three years, ranging from her first vulnerable days as a cub to her triumphs as a feared predator.

California's Gold (1991)

California's Gold is a public television human interest program that explores the natural, cultural, and historical features of California. The series ran for 24 seasons beginning in 1991, and was produced and hosted by Huell Howser in collaboration with KCET, Los Angeles. The series ceased production when Howser retired in November 2012, shortly before his death on January 7, 2013, although episodes continued to be shown for some time after his death.

Two Grown (2017)

TheSteadyAndroid (2015)

The Liberace Show (1952)

Liberace was a very famous pianist with a very flamboyant style. Liberace was also a well known and popular figure in the 1950s and 1960s. He made his mark in playing the piano, singing, recording, acting, and on a very popular television show. The Liberace Show debuted on television in 1952 and ended its run in 1955.

PewDiePie (2010)

PewDiePie, an erratic, hyper-active Swede, hosts one of the internet's most popular video channels. Much of his content focuses on video games, but he also has more personal videos about his own life. His unique personality and off-the-cuff, often hilariously disjointed commentary quickly gained him millions of viewers, a total that now stands near 30 million, and has made him a model of internet video channels.

Popped (2011)

The hits that made musicians superstars.

The Mercury Men (2011)

The Mercury Men is a 2011 series of web shorts produced for the Syfy network by writer/director Christopher Preksta. It is shot in a retro, 1950s style, in black and white. Though it is set in the mid-1970s, shortly after the Apollo moon landings. The first episode is set explicitly in 1975 and the following eight episodes take place on the same night. The tenth episode is stated as taking place in 1976, but the month and day are unspecified, so it is not clear exactly how much time has lapsed between the ninth and tenth episodes, though it must be significant, as the protagonist somehow travels from Earth to Mercury in that time. Each episode is between 6 and 9 minutes long. The show follows the adventures of a mild-mannered office worker, Edward Borman who is drawn into an adventure when his building is attacked by men from the planet Mercury, who appear to be made of pure light. Their plan is to use the steel framework of the building to enhance their gravity device which will pull down the Moon into the Earth. He meets Jack Yaeger, a member of a secretive group of defenders known as The League. It was shot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on a budget of under $10,000.

Numbnuts (2010)

Two teams of Internet-contestants compete against three Web-celebrity stunt masters.

Pregnancy for Dummies (2001)

Being pregnant can be a very scary time for many women. This television show, titled after the original book by the same name, gives new mothers straightforward and useful information to assist them through this exciting by challenging time. Originally shown on Discovery Health Channel, this four-part series walks pregnant women through all of the symptoms, fears, myths and essentials of carrying a child to term through the use of both real life actors and animated characters. The two doctors, Dr. Joanne Stone and Dr. Keith Eddleman, are actually the authors of the book, giving the show even more credibility and interest.

Pumped! (2011)

Pumped! (2011) was a quiz show. The host, Greg Fitzsimmons, would ambush people who were pumping gas at their local service stations (hence the title). He would then guide these instant game show contestants through rounds of questions about pop culture or cars. The winners would get prizes and cash.

The People's Champions (2003)

People compete to capture world records in outrageous and unlikely events.

Out-of-Control Drivers (2010)

Video clips of drivers, skidding, crashing, attacking each other and eluding police.

OUT: Face to Face (2010)

Interviews with celebrities and spotlighting artists and entertainers.

That's My Face (2001)

In 1996, the filmmaker journeyed to the city Salvador Da Bahia - the African heart and soul of Brazil - seeking the identity of the spirits who haunt his dreams. Twenty years before, his mother made a parallel journey when she migrated with the family to Tanzania, East Africa in search of a mythic motherland. Shot entirely on silent Super 8 film by three generations of an African American family, "That's My Face" creates a mythopoetic feast of self-discovery.

Le triomphe de Michel Strogoff (1961)

An officer of the Czar's army conceives a plan to rescue a young prince from his desert expedition against the Turks.

Tomie: Forbidden Fruit (2002)

Tomie: Forbidden Fruit is a 2002 Japanese horror film directed by Shun Nakahara. It is the fourth installment of the Tomie film series, based on an eponymous manga by Junji Ito.

Coroner Creek (1948)

Coroner Creek is an American 1948 Cinecolor western film directed by Ray Enright and starring Randolph Scott and Marguerite Chapman. It was based on the novel of the same name by Luke Short.

Convict Stage (1965)

Convict Stage is a 1965 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Daniel Mainwaring. The film stars Harry Lauter, Don "Red" Barry, Jodi Mitchell, Hanna Landy, Joe Patridge and Eric Matthews. The film was released on June 17, 1965, by 20th Century Fox.

What Price Goofy? (1925)

A jealous woman (Katherine Grant) thinks her husband (Charley Chase) is having an affair.

Little Town of Bethlehem (2010)

The words of Martin Luther King Jr. and Mohandas Gandhi inspire a Christian, a Muslim and a Jew to seek an end to the Arab-Israeli conflict.

This Filthy Earth (2001)

Based upon the novel by Émile Zola, This Filthy Earth, tells the tragic story of two sisters whose lives are disrupted by two men. Amidst a landscape of rural hardship and a community consumed with superstition, events unfurl which threaten their sibling bond.

Beyond the Seventh Door (1987)

More than 30 years later, it remains one of the most ambitious, sought-after and totally bizarre low-budget Canadian features of all: Yugoslavian-born actor Lazar Rockwood - in a debut performance Canuxploitation.com calls creepy, astonishingly uncharismatic, and displaying a complete disregard for the craft of acting - is Boris, an ex-con and career thief who convinces his ex-girlfriend (Bonnie Beck) to help him rob her wealthy boss' castle. But when Boris discovers that the eccentric millionaire has booby-trapped the building, they'll have to survive six riddle-triggered rooms of homicidal mayhem in order to claimthe treasure.

La horse (1970)

La Horse (Italian: Il Clan degli uomini violenti, German: Der Erbarmungslose) is a 1970 French-language thriller directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre and based on Michel Lambesc's novel.

Topless Women Talk About Their Lives (1997)

Topless Women Talk About Their Lives is a 1997 New Zealand film about a group of twenty something friends. It was based on a TV series.

The Strawberry Tree (2011)

The Strawberry Tree (Spanish: El árbol de las fresas) is a 2011 experimental film directed by Simone Rapisarda Casanova.

My Heart Is an Idiot (2010)

Davy Rothbart tours the country, promoting his magazine, and gets advice about his love life.

Bloodsucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh (1991)

A police detective (Jake Dengel) teams up with his buddy's daughter (Susann Fletcher) to investigate cult-ritual mutilations.

When Every Day Was The Fourth Of July (1978)

When Every Day Was the Fourth of July is a 1978 American made-for-television drama film about a Jewish-American family in 1937 Bridgeport, Connecticut. Narrated in first person flashback, the story follows a 12-year-old boy and his family who find themselves defending the town "misfit" after he's accused of murder. The film was written, produced and directed by Dan Curtis, and stars Dean Jones, Geoffrey Lewis, Chris Petersen, and Katy Kurtzman. It was followed by the 1980 ABC television film sequel The Long Days of Summer.

Back to the Garden, Flower Power Comes Full Circle (2009)

In 1988 a group of back-to-the-land hippies, living off the grid, were interviewed; in 2006 the subjects were tracked down again to find out what had become of their families' utopian plans and dreams.

Mr. Hot Mr. Kool (2007)

Lucky has no idea that his friend Pat is wooing Dolly when they meet, then the two quickly fall deeply in love -- leaving Pat in the lurch.


Filmmakers focus on the stories of more than a dozen Roman Catholic nuns who play prominent roles in the great social movements that followed Vatican II.

Phoonk 2 (2010)

Phoonk 2 is an Indian horror film written and directed by Milind Gadagkar. It is a sequel to Ram Gopal Varma's 2008 film Phoonk and stars Sudeep, Amruta Khanvilkar and Ahsaas Channa. The film was released on 16 April 2010 with about 900 prints worldwide including the digital format. Phoonk. The film was dubbed in Tamil as Bommai 2 and in Telugu as Aavaham.

In Turmoil (2012)

With help from a friend (Yvan Attal), a factory worker (Clovis Cornillac) plans to steal money from his employer.

The Music Box Kid (1960)

The Music Box Kid is a low budget 1960 gangster film directed by Edward L. Cahn, starring Ron Foster and Luana Patten.

Cosmonaut (2009)

Cosmonaut (Italian: Cosmonauta) is a 2009 Italian coming-of-age film written and directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli. It won the Controcampo Italiano at the 66th Venice International Film Festival. It also won the Ciak d'oro for best first work.

Sky Bandits (1986)

Sky Bandits (a.k.a. Gunbus) is a 1986 British adventure film about two outlaws from the Wild West, drafted to the battlefields of WWI, who enlist in the fledgling Royal Air Force flying early warplanes called gunbuses. The film was directed by Zoran Perisic and made extensive use of the Zoptics technique he had developed for the flying sequences on Superman. The production holds the record for the largest film crew on a fiction film (582).

Crazy Waiting (2008)

Crazy Waiting, also known as The Longest 24 Months or Going Crazy Waiting, is a 2008 South Korean film written and directed by Ryu Seung-jin.

Sanctioned to Die (2011)

After his best friend dies in an illegal fighting competition, a rookie cop (Vince Segovia) sets out on a quest for justice.

Captain Milkshake (1970)

A repressed Marine (Geoff Gage) on emergency leave from the Vietnam War meets a young hippie (Andrea Cagan).

Angels Love Donuts (2010)

A businessman evaluates his life when an angel from heaven visits.

Les chiens chauds (1980)

Corrupt members of a vice squad hire a call girl to compromise a new captain who is trying to clean up the department.

Death Blow: A Cry for Justice (1987)

Justice calls for direct action from a law student (Donna Denton) and her anti-rape activist group.

Kiss the Moon (2009)

Filmmaker Khalid Gill examines life in Pakistan's transgender community, focusing on three preoperative transsexuals.

Island in the Sky (1938)

Island in the Sky is a 1938 drama directed by Herbert I. Leeds, starring Gloria Stuart and Michael Whalen.

Desi's Looking For A New Girl (2000)

Desi's Looking for a New Girl is a 2000 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Mary Guzmán.

Cat-Women of the Moon (1953)

Cat-Women of the Moon is an independently made 1953 American black-and-white 3D science fiction film, produced by Jack Rabin and Al Zimbalist, directed by Arthur Hilton, that stars Sonny Tufts, Victor Jory and Marie Windsor. The film was released by Astor Pictures. Notably, the musical score was composed by Academy Award-winner Elmer Bernstein, though his last name is misspelled as "Bernstien" in the opening credits.

Tomorrow's Youth (1934)

Tomorrow's Youth is a 1934 American film directed by Charles Lamont.

The Magnificent Yankee (1950)

The Magnificent Yankee is a 1950 American biographical film adapted by Emmet Lavery from his play of the same title, which was in turn adapted from the book Mr. Justice Holmes by Francis Biddle. The story examines the life of United States Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. The film was directed by John Sturges, with stars Louis Calhern, Ann Harding, Eduard Franz, and Philip Ober. Calhern created the role of Oliver Wendell Holmes in the play's original Broadway production, and the part was his only starring role in a sound film. A grateful Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer purchased the film rights of the play specifically as a reward to Calhern for playing many fine supporting roles for the studio for years. The film was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Louis Calhern) and Best Costume Design, Black-and-White. A Hallmark Hall of Fame television production of the same title was broadcast in 1965 starring Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne.

Begotten (1991)

Begotten is a 1991 American experimental dark fantasy horror film written, produced, edited and directed by E. Elias Merhige. It narrates the story of Genesis while re-imagining it. Begotten is considered by Merhige himself as the start of an unofficial trilogy. The second film in the trilogy is the 14-minute short Din of Celestial Birds, which deals with evolution and premiered in 2006 on Turner Classic Movies, and was shot in similar visual fashion as Begotten.

Wolf Dog (1958)

Wolf Dog (1958) is a Northwestern movie, directed and produced by Sam Newfield and released by Regal Films. In August 1957, Newfield and a camera crew filmed the movie in and around Markdale, Ontario, near Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. The movie co-starred Hollywood actors Jim Davis, Allison Hayes and John Hart along with Canadian actors Austin Willis and Tony Brown. Several locals were offered a chance to be unpaid "extras". Among those were Paul Hutton, Jerry Bartley, Constable Clarence Bowins, David Jackson, Officer Jack Johnston, Ron Wyvill, Don Wyvill. While not an artistic or commercial success, the film is noteworthy in that it was created almost 40 years before Telefilm Canada and federal government subsidies enabled big-name movies to be filmed in Canadian locales. Markdale residents were delighted to have Hollywood make a film in their town. It was hoped a film set in "The Great North Country" would be a crossover hit in the U.S. and the Commonwealth, both lucrative movie markets. For reasons unknown, the film disappeared from the public eye for almost 50 years. One interesting, though unsubstantiated, rumor suggested one of the main actors wanted all traces of the film destroyed. The only known copies of the movie are an incomplete version stored at the National Archives of Canada and a complete version at the U.S. Library of Congress. Copies of the movie can be found at the Markdale Public Library, Ontario, Canada, donated by the creator of the fan site, Jeff Wilson. He, along with actors from the film. Ron Wyvill and Paul Hutton, appeared in a short documentary made by Rogers Television, Owen Sound. Wilson and Wyvill also organized several screenings in the town of Markdale, Ontario, where the film was originally shot. There is also a link to a radio interview with Ron Wyvill on YouTube which can be found under the channel Toonguy85, belonging to Wilson. All distribution copyrights belong to 20th Century Fox.[citation needed]

Ésimésac (2012)

Ésimésac is a Canadian fantasy drama film, directed by Luc Picard and released in 2012. Although an unofficial sequel to the 2008 film Babine, unlike the earlier film Ésimésac was not directly based on Fred Pellerin's previously published stories; instead, the film's screenplay was an original story written by Picard and Pellerin.

12th & Delaware (2010)

12th & Delaware is a documentary film set in a crisis pregnancy center and an abortion clinic across the street from it in Fort Pierce, Florida. The film was produced and filmed by Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing and covers the center and its patients over the period of a year. The film shows interviews of staff at both facilities, as well as pregnant women who are going to them. 12th & Delaware premiered on January 24, 2010 at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Documentary Competition. It won a Peabody Award that same year "for its poignant portrait of women facing exceedingly difficult decisions at a literal intersection of opposing ideologies."

You Have to Run Fast (1961)

You Have to Run Fast is a 1961 thriller film.

Three Girls from Rome (1952)

Three Girls from Rome (Italian: Le ragazze di Piazza Spagna, released as Girls of the Spanish Steps in the UK) is a 1952 Italian classic comedy drama film directed by Luciano Emmer

The Devil's Daffodil (1961)

The Devil's Daffodil (also known as Daffodil Killer or German: Das Geheimnis der gelben Narzissen) is a 1961 British-West German black-and-white crime film directed by Ákos Ráthonyi. The film was produced in an English and a German version, starring different actors in the lead roles but otherwise featuring an almost identical cast and crew. It starred William Lucas in the English version and Joachim Fuchsberger in the German one.

7 Welcome To London (2012)

Welcome to London is a British romantic thriller produced, written, directed and starring Asad Shan. Set and filmed in the United Kingdom, the film tells the story of Jai, a young Punjabi man from Delhi who leaves his debt-ridden family in India to fulfill his dream of a brighter future. With luck on his side and a budding romance on the undergrounds of London city, Jai is on his way up until things start to take an unfortunate turn. The film combines elements of crime, drama and romance.

The Devil's Pipeline (1940)

The Devil's Pipeline is a 1940 American drama film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Richard Arlen, Andy Devine, and John Eldredge, and was released on November 1, 1940.

Blazing Guns (1943)

The Trail Blazers are summoned to clean up Willow Springs, a town being ravaged by a greedy land-grabber who seeks to drive out all the honest ranchers.

False Trail (2011)

False Trail (Swedish: Jägarna 2, "The Hunters 2"), is a Swedish thriller film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 2 September 2011, directed by Kjell Sundvall with Rolf Lassgård and Peter Stormare in the main roles. The film is the sequel the 1996 film The Hunters, it sneak-premiered on 17 August 2011 in Överkalix and in Norrland on 2 September 2011 and had its main all over Sweden premiere on 9 September 2011. Unlike the first film, where the title pointed to the villainous hunters, the title of the sequel hints towards the feud between Erik and Torsten, both with their own predatory nature.

El Mago (1949)

The Magician (Spanish:El Mago) is a 1949 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas, Leonora Amar and José Baviera. The film's sets were designed by the art director Gunther Gerszo. A lookalike is hired from an agency to take the place of a magician while he goes on holiday.

Desert Greed (1926)

A deputy (Yakima Canutt) helps a woman (Rose Blossom) collect her wages from a deadbeat boss, then escorts her back to her hometown, where he learns she is being forced to marry a smuggler.

Doctors Don't Tell (1941)

Doctors Don't Tell is a 1941 American crime film directed by Jacques Tourneur and written by Theodore Reeves and Isabel Dawn. The film stars John Beal, Florence Rice, Edward Norris, Ward Bond, Douglas Fowley and Grady Sutton. The film was released on September 22, 1941, by Republic Pictures.

Tyrant of the Sea (1950)

Tyrant of the Sea is a 1950 American film starring Ron Randell set during the Napoleonic Wars. Lester Matthews plays Lord Horatio Nelson.

Glamour for Sale (1940)

Glamour for Sale is a 1940 American crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman and starring Anita Louise, Roger Pryor and Frances Robinson.

When Santa Fell to Earth (2011)

Ben moves to a new town and has a tough time adjusting to a new life. He is thrust into a whirlwind yuletide adventure when Niklas crashes to Earth.

No Life King (1989)

A Japanese boy (Ryo Takayama) and his friends become hooked on a supposedly cursed video game called Life King.

Ski Troop Attack (1960)

Ski Troop Attack is a 1960 American war film directed by Roger Corman and starring Michael Forest, Frank Wolff, Richard Sinatra, and Wally Campo. Filmgroup released the film as a double feature with Battle of Blood Island (1960).

Advance to Contact (2013)

True story about a soldier, Ben Thompson who returns home from Afghanistan to find a man spying on his family. Believing he's the target of local Radicals he takes himself and his family into a world of paranoia and terror.

2069: A Sex Odyssey (1974)

Five sexy females from the planet Venus are sent to Earth to bring back sperm samples to their planet, which is dying out because there are no men left on it. After the land they find that it's not all that difficult persuading Earthmen to help them in their quest.

Wave Twisters (2001)

Wave Twisters is a 2001 American animated film directed by Eric Henry and Syd Garon and based on DJ Q-Bert's album of the same name. It is known as the first turntablism-based musical. It is a mix of live-action, computer graphics, and cel animation.

Dark Moon Rising (2015)

Shape-shifting werewolves search a small town for a girl who is reborn every 2,000 years. The girl holds the key to their survival, and they don't hesitate to kill anyone who stand in their way.

A Conversation About Race (2009)

This controversial documentary by Craig Bodeker challenges the conventional wisdom on the subjects of race and "racism."

Full Of It (2007)

Full of It is a 2007 comedy-drama film directed by Christian Charles and written by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore. Starring Ryan Pinkston, Kate Mara and Teri Polo, the film follows a teenage boy whose outrageous lies magically come true.

The Fantastic Four (1994)

The Fantastic Four is an independent superhero film completed in 1994. Executive produced by low-budget specialist Roger Corman and Bernd Eichinger (who went on to produce a big-budget Fantastic Four film in 2005), the film was based on Marvel Comics' long-running comic book and featured the origin of the Fantastic Four and that superhero team's first battle with the evil Doctor Doom, combining the superteam's origin from The Fantastic Four #1 and Doom's origin from Fantastic Four Annual #2 with original elements. Despite a tentative scheduled 1994 release date, the film was ultimately never released officially, but illegal copies began circulating after a few years.

The Fifth Estate (2013)

The Fifth Estate is a 2013 thriller film directed by Bill Condon, about the news-leaking website WikiLeaks. The film stars Benedict Cumberbatch as its editor-in-chief and founder Julian Assange, and Daniel Brühl as its former spokesperson Daniel Domscheit-Berg. Anthony Mackie, David Thewlis, Alicia Vikander, Stanley Tucci, and Laura Linney are featured in supporting roles. The film's screenplay was written by Josh Singer based in-part on Domscheit-Berg's book Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website (2011), as well as WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy (2011) by British journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding. The film's name is a term used to describe the people who operate in the manner of journalists outside the normal constraints imposed on the mainstream media. Co-produced by DreamWorks Pictures and Participant Media, The Fifth Estate premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, and was released in theaters by Touchstone Pictures in the United States on October 18, 2013, with international distribution divided among Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, and independent arrangements by Mister Smith Entertainment. The film performed poorly at the box office and garnered mixed critical reaction, receiving criticism for its screenplay and direction; the acting was praised, particularly Cumberbatch's performance.

Forest Warrior (1996)

Forest Warrior is a 1996 American adventure film starring Chuck Norris and directed by Norris's brother Aaron Norris. The film was released on direct-to-video in the United States on November 5, 1996. The film is perhaps best known since late 2011 as the source of a scene in which Chuck (a ubiquitous Internet meme himself) stops a chainsaw by grabbing it with his bare hand. The scene has been reposted numerous times on YouTube with views totaling several million, as well as made into an animated GIF for use on Internet forums and message boards.

Final Exam (1981)

Final Exam is an 1981 American slasher film written and directed by Jimmy Huston and starring Cecile Bagdadi, Joel S. Rice & Timothy L. Raynor. The plot follows a killer stalking the remaining group of students left on a college campus days before the university's summer vacation. The film is notable for focusing on establishing its characters and solid pacing. Upon its limited release, the film was panned by critics. Despite this, the film has gained a small cult following and was released to DVD for the first time in 2008. It is also referenced in Scream 2 along with other college themed slasher films such as: The House on Sorority Row, Graduation Day, The Dorm That Dripped Blood and Splatter University.

News to Me (2007)

Host Eric Lanford brings you the best of citizen journalism and the stories behind the Web's most talked about videos. Entirely comprised of viewer videos, pictures and stories the show is fast-paced and interactive. Also features the week's best "I-Reports" with exclusive eyewitness interviews of news events.

Pandemic: Facing AIDS (2003)

Daddy's Little (Spoiled) Girl (2005)

Fathers indulge their daughters' outrageous requests.

Discover Magazine (1996)

Discover Magazine is a 1992-2000 documentary television series that aired on the Disney Channel from 1992-1994 and then on Discovery Channel from 1996-2000. The series is named after the magazine of the same name, Discover Magazine. The Disney Channel series was narrated by actor Joseph Campanella. Discovery Channel series was hosted by Peter DeMeo from 1996-1998. The series was nominated for an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Informational Series" in 1996, 1997 for "Outstanding Non-Fiction Series", and 1 other time

Faith Under Fire (2004)

Faith Under Fire is a television series that aired every Saturday at 10pm EST on PAX TV and was hosted by Lee Strobel. In the main segments, two guests would discuss current issues related to Christianity. In segments following commercial breaks, people on the street were interviewed on the same topics. Guests included Randy Alcorn, Michael Shermer, Deepak Chopra, Shabir Ally, Tovia Singer and Julia Sweeney. Its final episode aired July 2, 2005, less than a month before PAX TV changed its name to i: Independent Television on July 1, 2005. When the network underwent some turmoil, it cancelled production of all of its original programming including Faith Under Fire.

Father Corapi (2006)

The Catholic speaker.

The Weather Channel Weekend View (2012)

This weekend morning show updates viewers with the latest weather forecasts. Lifestyle segments are also a staple of the program. The cast of meteorologists changes every so often, but some of the notable forecasters who have worked on the show include Stephanie Abrams, Kelly Cass and Bill Keneely.

Offshore Adventures (2002)

Hosted by boat owners Chris and Melissa Fischer, and featuring skipper Captain Brett McBride and gourmet chef David Olson, the team visits exotic destinations, fishes, freedives and explores the cities and towns they visit. Shot documentary-style, this travel show follows the four person team on a 72-foot fishing yacht. Episodes feature gourmet meals using the day's catch in the "Gourmet Galley" cooking segment.

The Black Carpet (2006)

Hosts Toure and Danella report on entertainment news and high-profile urban lifestyles. This magazine news show covers the most exclusive events and interviews exclusive celebrities. Network correspondents, including America's Next Top Model contestant, Toccara, tour the country to keep viewers up to date with what's hot and what's not in black America.

The Beltway Boys (1998)

Hosts Mort Kondracke and Fred Barnes report on political topics. "The Beltway Boys" covers the news of the week and all things political -- from the war in Iraq to presidential happenings and economic issues. The hosts provide their opinion and editorial comments to the stories.

Verdict with Dan Abrams (2007)

Hosted by former MSNBC general manager Dan Abrams this weekday evening show replaces "Live With Dan Abrams." This is an hour-long look at the day's news from a legal viewpoint, featuring Abrams' perspective as he assesses right from wrong and determines the winners and losers in politics, law and pop culture. Segments include "Beat the Press" and "Winners and Losers." The show also has added a segment to read viewer e-mails.

Shootout (2007)

Variety editor-in-chief Peter Bart and movie producer Peter Guber discuss the film industry and interview A-list Hollywood guests.

Game Chasers (2010)

On the hunt for game around the world.

Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party (2006)

Rockafellas (2016)

Real gems. Real men. Real fun. Gemstone settings in silver & gold designs.

OT. El reencuentro (2016)

The Outstanding Woman (2014)

Woo Hee is a relationship column editor of a magazine. She is a prominent woman as there are endless calls and requests for signature and pictures of her. However, in her head, she's always thinking about playing hard to get!Jae Hong is a long time friend she doesn't want for herself but is too good to let go. Woo Hee can't forget her ex, Chun Kwan's password to his house. Younger guy Joo Seung just won't stop texting her. She has to be nice to her friend who's always there for her like a mother. However, she doesn't want to give up her successful career as well.

Best of Glory 2016: Part 1 (2016)

Reliving some of the most memorable battles inside the GLORY ring from 2016.

Mary Rice Hopkins & Puppets with a Heart (2008)

Mary Rice Hopkins and Darcie Maze combine music with puppets to deliver valuable life lessons.

R.A. Vernon (2003)

Teaching and preaching the word of God.

Nelly & Caesar (2009)

A mouse and a frog discover the world around them.