When superheroes abuse their superpowers instead of using them for good, The Boys embark on a heroic quest to expose the truth about The Seven and Vought, the conglomerate that covers up their dirty secrets.
Dee Dee Blanchard is overprotective of her daughter, Gypsy, who is trying to escape the toxic relationship she has with her mother. Gypsy's quest for independence opens up a Pandora's box of secrets, which ultimately leads to murder. The stranger-than-fiction true-crime series is based on a 2016 BuzzFeed article that detailed the shocking 2015 crime. Oscar winner Patricia Arquette and Oscar nominee Chlo Sevigny star in the Hulu original series.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019)
The shadow of the Bellows family has loomed large in the small town of Mill Valley for generations. It's in a mansion that young Sarah Bellows turns her tortured life and horrible secrets into a series of scary stories. These terrifying tales soon have a way of becoming all too real for a group of unsuspecting teens who stumble upon Sarah's spooky home.
Penny on M.A.R.S. (2018)
Las Vegas (2003)
This drama follows the elite surveillance team charged with maintaining the security of one of Las Vegas' largest casinos. They deal with card counters, costly streaks of random luck and rival casinos stealing away the high rollers. The cast of characters is fleshed out with an entertainment coordinator, an all-knowing valet, a pit boss and an elusive former competitor.
Based on the series "The Hills," "The Hills: New Beginnings" reunites the original cast members and adds some new faces to write their newest chapters in life. Following the group's relationships, friends, family, romances and success while living in Los Angeles provides the ideal backdrop that helped make the original series successful. Facing all that life can throw at them in their personal and professional lives, there will be no shortage of ups and downs for this group that is trying to navigate life.
The anthology series focuses on untold stories of the world's most brilliant innovators.
David Haller is a troubled young man who was diagnosed with schizophrenia as a child. Shuffled from one psychiatric institution to the next, in his early 30s, David meets and falls in love with a beautiful and troubled fellow patient named Syd. After a startling encounter with her, he must confront the shocking possibility that the voices he hears and the visions he sees may actually be real. Syd leads David to Melanie Bird, a demanding but nurturing therapist who heads a team of specialists -- Ptonomy, Kerry, and Cary -- each of whom possesses a unique and extraordinary gift. Together, they help David to recognize and harness his hidden abilities and unlock a deeply suppressed truth -- he has been haunted his entire life by a malicious parasite of unimaginable power.
In this contemporary version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective stories, Dr. John Watson is a war vet just home from Afghanistan. He meets the brilliant but eccentric Holmes when the latter, who serves as a consultant to Scotland Yard, advertises for a flatmate. Almost as soon as Watson moves into the Baker Street flat, they are embroiled in mysteries, and Sherlock's nemesis, Moriarty, appears to have a hand in the crimes.
The Brady Bunch (1969)
Here's the story ... of a man named Brady, an architect widower with three sons: oldest Greg, middle son Peter and youngest Bobby. He meets and marries Carol, with three daughters of her own: oldest Marcia, middle girl Jan and little one Cindy. Tending to them is a wacky maid named Alice. They all live in a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house in the Los Angeles suburbs. The story lines deal with boy problems, sharing bathrooms, lost hamsters, the occasional football to the nose, and attempts at pop music stardom.
Autopsy: The Last Hours Of ... (2014)
Celebrity deaths often make the news, especially when a person is well-known or when mysterious circumstances surround a demise. Here, forensic pathologists research some controversial ones to determine the causes -- and to quell rumors. In addition, the show features interviews with family of the deceased and with people who worked with them, which may explain decisions they made.
Wayne and his buddies get into scuffles with their small-town Ontario rivals.
A talented teenager returns to her hometown in Buenos Aires after living many years in Europe.
This often campy series centers on the office of Dr. Sean McNamara and Dr. Christian Troy, longtime friends who practice surgery (and live life) in two entirely different ways. Christian is the stereotypical self-destructive playboy. Sean is the family man facing a moral crossroads, as well as a failed marriage to Julia. Sounds grim, but a healthy dose of dark humor keeps things humming and contributes to the show's appeal with both viewers and critics. But be warned -- the depictions of surgery on this series are a tad graphic.
Lab Rats (2015)
Leo is an ordinary teenager who has moved into a high-tech "smart" house with his mother, inventor stepfather and Eddy, the computer that runs the house. Leo's life becomes less ordinary when, one day, he discovers a secret underground lab that houses three experiments: superhuman teenagers. The trio -- Adam, the strong one, Bree, the fast one and Chase, the smart one -- convinces Leo and his parents to let them leave their lab and join Leo at school, where they try to fit in while having to manage their unpredictable bionic strengths. As Leo figures out a way to keep his new pals' bionic abilities a secret, they help him build self-confidence.
America's Most Wanted (1988)
Victims' rights and missing-children advocate John Walsh hosts this long-running show, dedicated to bringing criminals to justice. He appeals to viewers to be on the lookout for criminals profiled on the show. The show was briefly canceled by FOX in 1996 before being brought back, and retitled "America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back," because of overwhelming support from viewers and government officials. When FOX canceled it again in May 2011, Lifetime stepped up to the plate and ordered an additional season of the show, which once again airs under the original "America's Most Wanted" title.
Sons of Anarchy (2008)
Single father Jax Teller finds his loyalty to his outlaw motorcycle club tested by his growing unease concerning the group's lawlessness. While the club protects and patrols the town of Charming, Calif., keeping drug dealers away, its activities also include a thriving -- and lucrative -- illegal arms business.
A murder mystery set against the stunning backdrop of the Shetland Isles.
Love Island (2019)
Singles come together in a tropical location to look for romance, with one couple winning a cash prize.
This gritty take on the "Teen Titans" franchise follows young heroes from across the DC Universe as they come of age and find where they belong. Dick Grayson and Rachel Roth, a special girl possessed by a strange darkness, get involved in a conspiracy that could bring Hell on Earth. Hot-headed Starfire and lovable Beast Boy join them along the way as together they become a surrogate family and team of heroes fighting evil.
A new life awaits 22-year-old Tess when she arrives friendless in New York City and lacking any specific ambitions beyond finding a job. Her charm and observational nature lead to an invitation to train at one of the city's best restaurants. She thinks it is a temporary place to wait for her life's big break, but Tess is quickly intoxicated by the people she meets and by the chaotic world behind the scenes -- tasting expensive wine, exploring dive bars, learning whom to trust. Her co-workers become her family, and through them she finds a sense of belonging that she has never encountered before.
Murder, She Wrote (1984)
Mystery writer and amateur detective Jessica Fletcher - a down-to-earth, middle-aged widow - ferrets out the criminals in idyllic Cabot Cove, Maine, which apparently is the murder capital of the United States for the show's 12-season run. Though while traveling, she uncovers a fair number of killers as well.
The Sopranos (1999)
Tony Soprano juggles the problems of his fractious family with those of a "Family" of a different sort - the mob. He sees a therapist to deal with his professional and personal problems, which bring on panic attacks. He deals with personal and professional power struggles, affairs, violence, the threat of exposure and betrayal, and a whole bunch of people being whacked.
Young war hero Angus "Mac" MacGyver has an extraordinary knack for unconventional problem solving and an extensive bank of scientific knowledge that he believes can best be put to use saving lives, both of which come in handy when he creates a clandestine organization within the United States government to tackle high-risk missions around the world. Working under the sponsorship of the Department of External Affairs, MacGyver quietly prevents disasters with the help of former CIA agent Jack Dalton.
Aviation investigator Kendra Malley is called in to investigate the disappearance of Flight 716, which vanished over the Atlantic Ocean.
A young woman learns she has a familial history of undercover work and agrees to become an international spy for a supposed secret branch of the CIA. The secrecy complicates her social and love lives, but it's nothing compared to what happens when she finds out her employer has no ties to the CIA.
The Amazing World of Gumball (2011)
No, this animated series is not about anthropomorphic chewing gum, it's about a young cat named Gumball Watterson. Gumball has a penchant for getting into trouble, often resulting from schemes he comes up with, but he never seems to learn his lesson. Gumball's best friend is a fish named Darwin, who used to be the family pet until he grew legs and became part of the family. Gumball resents his younger sister, Anais, because she is the smartest member of the family. Gumball's mother is the breadwinner in the family, working long hours at the rainbow factory, and his father stays at home watching TV and playing video games.
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (2013)
Anthony Bourdain had no reservations about a move to CNN. Shortly after concluding an eight-season stint at the helm of his popular Travel Channel series, the equally popular Emmy-winning host came to the news network searching for "Parts Unknown." In the hourlong weekend series -- similar in premise to Travel's "No Reservations" -- Bourdain explores the world to, he says, "eat and drink with people without fear and prejudice ... they open up to you in ways that somebody visiting who is driven by a story may not get." Enticed by the opportunity to experience cultures rarely visited by American TV, such as in the Congo, Libya and Myanmar, the chef and best-selling author also takes viewers to Colombia, Peru, Morocco and, closer to home, Koreatown in Los Angeles.
Beavis and Butt-head (1993)
Beavis and Butt-head are, as one of the early preshow disclaimers read, "dumb, crude, ugly, thoughtless, sexist, self-destructive fools. But for some reason the (boys) make us laugh." During the show -- which had a five-year run beginning in 1993 and was resurrected by creator Mike Judge in 2011 -- the dim-witted duo watch music videos and provide their own running commentary on the clips, with plenty of childlike chortling along the way. A 21st-century return allows the still-high-school-age pals to unleash their snarky, immature comments upon both music and viral videos, pop-culture phenomenon such as Lady Gaga and even MTV properties "Jersey Shore" and "16 and Pregnant."
Danny Phantom (2004)
Danny Fenton was once your typical kid until he accidentally blew up his parents' laboratory and became ghost-hunting superhero Danny Phantom. Now half-ghost, Danny's picked up paranormal powers, but only his sister, Jazz, and best friends, Samantha and Tucker, know his secret. Danny's busy fighting ghosts, saving Casper High and hiding his new identity all while trying to graduate.
A modernized reboot of the 1980s primetime soap follows two of America's wealthiest families, the Carringtons and the Colbys, as they feud for control over their fortune and their children. Told primarily through the perspectives of two women at odds -- Fallon Carrington, daughter of billionaire Blake Carrington; and her soon-to-be stepmother, Cristal, a Hispanic woman marrying into the WASP family -- "Dynasty" not only features the glitz and gloss of extreme wealth, but also exposes the dark underbelly of a corrupt world built on backroom deals.
God Friended Me (2018)
Miles Finer is an outspoken atheist whose life is turned upside down when he receives a friend request on social media from God and unwittingly becomes an agent of change in the lives and destinies of others around him. After repeated pokes by God, Miles' curiosity takes over, and he accepts the ultimate friend request and follows the signs to Cara Bloom, an online journalist. Brought together by the mysterious account, the two find themselves investigating God's friend suggestions and inadvertently helping others in need. Miles is set on getting to the bottom of what he believes is an elaborate hoax, but in the meantime, he'll play along and -- in the process -- change his life forever.
New Girl (2011)
After going through a rough breakup, awkward and upbeat Jess (Zooey Deschanel) moves in with three single guys. Intelligent and witty Nick is an underachiever who took the bartender off-ramp on his road to success. Schmidt obsesses over his social standing and looks at Jess as a personal project. Winston is a competitive former athlete who, after realizing he will never become a pro, moves into the loft. Together with Jess' best friend, Cece, they bond to form an unlikely, and dysfunctional, family.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000)
A dedicated group of forensic investigators at the Las Vegas Crime Lab works to solve often-grisly crimes in Sin City. Heading up the graveyard shift (an appropriate term in this case) is supervisor D.B. Russell, a "Left Coast" Sherlock Holmes who devours crime novels. Members of Russell's team include Julie Finlay, Nick Stokes, Sara Sidle (the team's moral compass), Greg Sanders and Morgan Brody. The investigative team works closely with Capt. Jim Brass -- a seasoned detective who is a protector of CSI -- Dr. Al Robbins -- medical examiner -- and quirky lab technician David Hodges. Previous leaders of the group include Gil Grissom and Dr. Ray Langston.
Star Wars Rebels (2014)
This animated entry in the "Star Wars" franchise fills the gap between the events of "Episode III" and "Episode IV." Imperial forces occupy a remote planet and are ruling -- and ruining -- its inhabitants' lives with an iron fist. A clever, disparate crew aboard the starship Ghost takes a stand against the Empire, facing new villains and colorful adversaries. The rebels on the Ghost include leader Kanan, ace pilot Hera, feisty heroine Sabine, tough guy Zeb and 14-year-old con artist Ezra.
House of Cards (2013)
U.S. Rep. Francis Underwood of South Carolina starts out as a ruthless politician seeking revenge in this Netflix original production. Promised the post of Secretary of State in exchange for his support, his efforts help to ensure the election of Garrett Walker to the presidency. But Walker changes his mind before the inauguration, telling Underwood he's too valuable in Congress. Outwardly, Underwood accepts his marching orders, but secretly he and his wife Claire, an environmental activist, make a pact to destroy Walker and his allies. As the series progresses, Underwood ascends through the ranks of the government -- until his death, at which point Claire gains power. Based on the U.K. miniseries of the same name, the U.S. version offers a look behind the scenes at the greed and corruption in American politics. A number of real-life media figures make cameo appearances.
The Ranch (2016)
Ashton Kutcher stars in this Netflix-original sitcom as Colt, who returns home to his family's ranch in Colorado after his semi-pro football career ends in failure. Colt plans to run the ranching business with his father, Beau (Sam Elliott), whom he hasn't seen in 15 years at the time of his homecoming. In addition to proving himself to his father and navigating family dynamics, Colt is torn between his current girlfriend and his high school sweetheart, Abby (Elisha Cuthbert), when she expresses doubts about her fiance.
Page Six TV (2016)
Page Six, the long-running gossip column of the New York Post, gets a TV version with this daily show featuring a group of hosts. Hollywood headlines are included in the gossip, of course, but the show goes beyond the entertainment industry to cover stories dealing with such topics as fashion, real estate and politics. The show's contributors bring their uniquely qualified perspectives, which they form by getting insider information from sources. Social media also has a place on the show, allowing viewers to weigh in with their thoughts on the day's headlines. Nobody is safe from the prying eyes of "Page Six TV," whether the person is a celebrity with a drug addiction or a philandering philanthropist.
With seemingly every other Hollywood celebrity checking him or herself into or out of a recovery center, this reality series has a timely feel with its depiction of addicts and the impact their illness has on those around them, resulting in an inevitable if uncomfortable intervention.
Reina de Corazones (2014)
Invader Zim (2000)
Zim dreams of greatness. Unfortunately, though, he's hopelessly inept as a space invader. Desperate to be rid of the annoying Zim, his planet's leaders send him on a mission to infiltrate Earth, providing him with leftover, cobbled-together equipment. To their consternation, Zim succeeds in setting up a base on Earth and infiltrating human culture, posing as a human child as he plots the planet's downfall. Only Zim's archnemesis, Dib, recognizes that Zim is an alien, and of course, nobody believes Dib's claims.
When someone has cosmetic surgery, it doesn't always turn out as planned. So what happens when a procedure is botched? If they're on this reality series, they head to renowned plastic surgeons Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow, who try to reverse damages from the original procedure. Each hourlong episode follows a patient through the process of correcting failed operations, from the complex procedures to the intensive recovery process and -- ultimately -- the reveal of the successful transformation.
Broad City (2014)
The critically acclaimed Web series "Broad City" moves to Comedy Central as a half-hour scripted series. It's created by and stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer as 20-something best friends who are trying to navigate life in New York, despite that their adventures always seem to lead down unexpected and bizarre paths. They have very little money, but they are survivors who aren't afraid to throw themselves into sticky situations, no matter how messy the end results may be. Jacobson and Glazer both honed their comedy chops at New York's Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. UCB co-founder Amy Poehler is an executive producer on the series and joins Fred Armisen, Rachel Dratch, Janeane Garofalo, Michelle Hurst, Jason Mantzoukas and Amy Sedaris, among others, as guest stars.
Law & Order (1990)
Filmed on location in New York, the drama showcases the sometimes-complex process of determining guilt or innocence, while lives hang in the balance. Often inspired by the latest headlines, the plots highlight legal, ethical or personal dilemmas to which people can relate.
Godzilla has nothing on a bride-to-be planning her dream wedding, as evidenced by the aptly named "Bridezillas." The docu-series follows women who were perfectly normal before wedding planning took over her life. Grimly determined to realize their "dream wedding" at all costs, these out-of-control brides make the time leading up to their day of days an utter nightmare for everyone around them. In the end, they hope all the stress and meltdowns are worth it and they have the perfect wedding they've been dreaming of since they were little.
"MotorWeek" is the first place to watch road tests of new vehicles. Regular segments include vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and features. Host, show creator and car expert John Davis travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest automotive technologies and new car and truck models.
Silent Witness (1996)
A team of forensic pathologists uncovers the truths behind murders..
Mountain Men (2012)
Most people enjoy the modern technologies and conveniences of today -- smartphones, tablets, cable and satellite TV among them -- but there are those who choose to live off the grid in the unspoiled wilderness where dangers like mudslides, falling trees and bears are all part of life. "Mountain Men" profiles some of them. Eustace Conway, who has lived at the western edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina for more than 25 years, teaches interns about the old ways of living with nature. Tom Oar needs an entire year to prepare for the 7-month-long winter on Montana's Yaak River. In Alaska, Marty Meierotto must gather enough wood to survive -- in complete isolation -- winters that can have temperatures drop to 60 degrees below zero. It's not easy, but for these mountaineers it's life as they know it.
At fictional Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey, prickly genius Dr. Gregory House tackles health mysteries as would a medical Sherlock Holmes, all the while playing mind games with colleagues that include his best friend, oncologist James Wilson. House, an acerbic infectious disease specialist, solves medical puzzles with the help of a team of young diagnosticians. Flawless instincts and unconventional thinking help earn House great respect, despite his brutal honesty and antisocial tendencies.
Based on a Delhi gang rape case, this crime drama follows the Delhi Police investigation into the finding of the men who perpetrated the crime.
Worst Cooks in America (2010)
Chefs mentor amateur cooks in an attempt to transform them from kitchen zeros to kitchen heroes.
Katie Price: My Crazy Life (2017)
An access all areas pass into Katie Price's life at home, work and play.
The lives of the staff at Holby General's emergency room.
Little House on the Prairie (1974)
Based on Laura Ingalls Wilder's series of "Little House" books, this drama series revolved around the 1870s adventures of the Ingalls family -- father Charles, mother Caroline, eldest daughter Mary, middle daughter/narrator Laura and youngest daughter Carrie -- who owned a farm in Walnut Grove, Minn., during the late 1800s, and the daughters all attended school where they were annoyed by bratty Nellie Oleson. As the years went on, Mary lost her eyesight and moved away to teach at a school for the blind, and the Ingalls family moved to the Dakota territory --and back. Laura met Almanzo Wilder, a man who would ultimately become her husband. During the ninth and final season, Charles and Caroline sold their farm and moved away, leaving Laura and Almanzo in Walnut Grove.
Westworld isn't your typical amusement park. Intended for rich vacationers, the futuristic park -- which is looked after by robotic "hosts" -- allows its visitors to live out their fantasies through artificial consciousness. No matter how illicit the fantasy may be, there are no consequences for the park's guests, allowing for any wish to be indulged. "Westworld" -- which is based on the 1973 Michael Crichton movie of the same name -- features an all-star cast that includes Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins and Golden Globe winner Ed Harris.
Inside the Actors Studio (1994)
Host James Lipton persuades some of the biggest names in show business to give up some surprisingly personal information during his chats with them in front of a worshipful audience of students of the Actors Studio Drama School. The show's first guest was legendary actor Paul Newman.
Trailer Park Boys (2019)
Nova Scotia's trailer parks are colorful thanks to residents Ricky, Bubbles and Julian. Together, they plan mad capers, usually get-rich-quick schemes, with plenty of screw-ups along the way. They're constantly being hunted by their former trailer park supervisor, Jim Lahey, and his perpetually shirtless, pot-belled assistant, Randy. There are a host of other quirky characters that make up this zany locale of below-income characters in this Canadian mockumentary series that has spawned two feature films.
The Ultimate Fighter (2005)
The training and development of professional Ultimate Fighters.
After the unsolved murder of his wife, Adrian Monk develops obsessive-compulsive disorder, which includes his terror of germs and contamination. His condition costs him his job as a prominent homicide detective in the San Francisco Police Department, but he continues to solve crimes with the help of his assistant and his former boss.
Sex & Violence (2013)
Victim advocate Alex Mandalakis helps people.
The Loud House (2016)
Things are crowded in the Loud household, with 11 children -- 10 girls and one boy -- causing craziness in the house. As the only boy, 11-year-old Lincoln is in the middle of all of the chaos. Whether his sisters are giving him unwanted makeovers or he's racing them to the couch to gain control of the TV, Lincoln is often getting involved in antics with his siblings. Lincoln's best friend Clyde, who happens to be an only child, is jealous of Lincoln's large family and is always willing to play his part in the schemes. Clyde has a crush on Lori, Lincoln's oldest sister and self-proclaimed boss, who is dating Bobby, who holds many jobs -- including lifeguard and mall security guard -- even though he's not very smart.
Stargate Atlantis (2004)
Within the ruins of the legendary city of Atlantis is buried a secret base left by the Ancients, originators of the Stargate. A new team of explorers travels to the distant galaxy where Atlantis is located, where a primitive human civilization is threatened by a sinister enemy.
The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986)
Oprah Winfrey's long-running talk show runs the gamut from inspirational stories of ordinary folk to interviews with celebrities and self-help advisers. Widely considered one of the most influential women on television, Winfrey's book club selections and favorite things list can make a product wildly popular.
Boulet Brothers Dragula (2017)
The Boulet Brothers host a competition of drag performers who don't just push the envelope - they chew it up and spit it out.
Teen Titans Go! (2013)
This follow-up to the popular "Teen Titans" series takes a more comedic look at the superheroes, showing what life is like for the teens when their capes come off. Funny things happen to Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg between saving the world and being regular teens, living together without adult supervision. The teens, in their ordinary lives, deal with the everyday issues of adolescence that include such important things as having staring contests to determine who does the laundry and going on a series of quests to construct the perfect sandwich. But, of course, the heroes still fight crime in Jump City when the need arises. Whatever the situation, they're always ready for an adventure -- inside the house or out of it.
Steve Harvey (2012)
Comedian Steve Harvey's TV filmography includes starring in his own sitcom and hosting a long-running game show. He now adds a talk show to the list with this hourlong entry into the daytime talk game. Harvey, whose media work also includes hosting a morning radio show, brings a humorous, common sense approach to everyday problems as he interviews real people with real issues. Harvey draws from his own life experiences as he covers a range of topics that include relationships, finances, parenting, workplace issues and friendship.
This high-octane animated series from creator Parker Simmons follows the adventures of Sheriff Mao Mao, a samurai cat with a hankering for derring-do who becomes waylaid in Pure Heart Valley along with his slacker best friend, Badgerclops. Led by King Snugglemagne, the Sweety Pies of Pure Heart are cute and cuddly, but otherwise pretty much helpless. Luckily, the residents have the heroic Mao Mao, oafish Badgerclops, and new adorable sidekick Adorabat to protect them from monsters, villains and all kinds of bad stuff.
Doctor Who (1963)
"Doctor Who" is a classic science-fiction series with a cult following. The Doctor is called a "Time Lord," a time-traveling scientist from a far off planet, who travels through time and space in a shop known by the acronym TARDIS. A TARDIS is a machine that is larger on the inside than the outside and is supposed to change its appearance based on its surroundings. The Doctor is also able to evolve his biology, so he appears as many different people throughout the series. The Doctor loves Earth, so he makes many trips here to save the planet, or to enlist earthlings to help him with tasks in the galaxy.
Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks (2014)
When bluefin tuna season ends in Gloucester, Mass., it's just beginning in North Carolina's Outer Banks, a perfect opportunity to pit North vs. South in a pro fisherman contest for the ocean's most lucrative prey. Venturing south are the best crews from Gloucester to take on top local fleets in the treacherous Outer Banks, where the weather is more unpredictable than up north, and the seas can be extremely rough. The Gloucester rod-and-reel vets must master "greensticking" -- trolling artificial squid from a 30-foot fiberglass pole to lure the elusive species to the surface. Top-dollar bluefin can be worth as much as $20,000 each, but a short season and small government catch quota means explosive rivalries surface quickly.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire (2015)
From the "The Real Housewives" franchise comes the first British spinoff, featuring wealthy residents of the glamorous "Golden Triangle" of Cheshire. The cast is made up of well-heeled housewives as they carry out their lavish lifestyles. The ladies prepare for a series of social events by treating themselves to some pampering, cryotherapy treatments and elaborate dress fittings. In a world where one must keep up appearances, explosive drama and heated arguments are never far from the surface.
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.
Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki (2016)
Saumya and Surabhi are close-knit sisters. While one is discriminated against by her family and society, the other sister stands up for her through tough times.
Pawn Stars (2009)
This series opens the doors to the only family-run pawnshop in Las Vegas, where three generations of the Harrison family use their sharp-eyed skills to assess what's real and what's fake. Objects the colorful customers bring in range from the obscure to the truly historic, and it's up to the guys at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop -- with help at times from their network of experts -- to reveal the sometimes surprising answer to "What's this worth?"
Modern Marvels (1995)
Celebrating ingenuity, invention and imagination on a grand scale, "Modern Marvels" tells the amazing stories of the doers, dreamers and sometime-schemers who create everyday items, technological advancements and manmade wonders. The Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty and 1990s technology are just a few of the many topics that have been covered during the long-running series' run.
The Block (2003)
Couples compete in a fierce challenge to renovate houses and sell them for a profit.
How It's Made (2001)
A look behind the scenes at how everyday things are manufactured. Typically each episode includes three to four products featured, with a mix consisting of common items such as jeans, aluminum foil and cereal, and less predictable ones like wax figurines, braille typewriters and pinball machines.
The Drew Carey Show (1995)
The fictional version of comedian Drew Carey is a hapless employee for Cleveland's Winfred-Louder department store, which becomes an Internet shopping site. His lifelong pals help him enjoy life while they share beer, a game of pool and genuine conversation. His nemesis is heavily made-up, tackily dressed co-worker Mimi.
Coronation Street (1960)
What hasn't Britain's longest-running soap covered since its 1960 debut? Heck, even Prince Charles has appeared onscreen. The residents of Coronation Street are ordinary, working-class folk, and the show follows them through regular social and family interactions -- with the occasional soap-worthy murder plot thrown in for good measure.
Big Brother Canada (2013)
Fifteen people share an isolated home and try to avoid being evicted by their housemates.
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968)
Every kid wanted to be Mister Rogers' neighbor. Fred Rogers hosts this gentle, thoughtful children's show, and he treats kids like intelligent people who deserve programming just as good as that for adults. From the moment he changes into his cardigan and sneakers, youngsters are enthralled. Add in the puppets and marionettes from the Land of Make Believe, and you've got a children's classic.
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.
Harmony is a picturesque small New England town. On the surface, things may look peaceful and normal in Harmony, but that couldn't be further from the case. "Passions" explores the lives, loves and losses of four core families who reside in Harmony: the Cranes, the Lopez-Fitzgeralds, the Bennetts and the Russells.
"Frontline" offers an unflinching and compelling look at complex, vital and often-controversial subjects. Each broadcast consists of a long-form news documentary. Topics run the gamut -- from Bernie Madoff's intricate fraud and prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib, to AIDs, racial issues and Wal-Mart's effect on the U.S. economy.
Tu Aashiqui (2017)
Pankti falls in love with Ahaan, a musician. As they decide to take their relationship ahead, Pankti's mother decides to get her married to a rich man.
Charlie's Angels (1976)
The show that ushered in the phrase "jiggle TV" features three beautiful police academy-trained private detectives whose cases always seem to require that they don bikinis, evening gowns or other sexy clothing. The unseen Charlie relays instructions via speakerphone.
The Cosby Show (1984)
"The Cosby Show" centers on the lives of the Huxtables: obstetrician Cliff and his lawyer wife Claire, their daughters Sondra, Denise, Vanessa and Rudy, and son Theo. Based on the standup comedy of Bill Cosby, the show focused on his observations of family life. Although based on comedy, the series also addresses some more serious topics, such as learning disabilities and teen pregnancy.
Bargain Hunt (2000)
Two teams of amateur collectors have an hour at an antiques fair to acquire the best bargains.
Banana Splits (1968)
Before hitting the big time with "H.R. Pufnstuf," puppeteers Sid and Marty Krofft lent their psychedelic touch to the costume design and sets of this late '60s Hanna-Barbera children's series, a laugh track-laden collection of live-action buffoonery and animated segments for undiscerning young minds. Whether in their crazy clubhouse or out cavorting among the public, costumed animal hosts Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper and Snorky would engage in all manner of harmless nonsense, and even strap on musical instruments to perform hippie-dippie rock numbers. The show remains firmly lodged in the memories of baby boomers, as well as its theme tune, "The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana)."
Funny You Should Ask (2017)
Former "Extra" correspondent Jon Kelley hosts this comedy game show that features a panel of comedians interacting with two contestants, who have a chance to win cash if they can read between the lines of the comics' jokes. The contestants ask the comedians questions, to which the jokemakers give humorous answers. The players are tasked with determining if each answer is right or wrong, earning increasingly higher amounts of money as the game progresses. The contestant who has the most money at the end of the game goes on to the bonus round to potentially earn more cash.
Tenali Rama (2017)
Tenali Rama, a legendary poet in Krishnadevraya's court, uses his ingenious methods to solve even the trickiest problems.
Doctor Blake Mysteries (2013)
Accompanied by haunting memories of his service time in World War II, Dr Lucien Blake returns home to Australia after 30 years to take over his deceased father's medical practice. As he deals with his own personal loss and changed by his war experiences, the wry, personable doctor performs his other role as police surgeon with gusto. His unconventional and unpredictable manner unnerve some, but it becomes clear Dr Blake is ahead of his time in his use of forensic science, and in his own understanding of the human heart, to help solve murder mysteries in the country town of Ballarat.
Drama series set in a busy Midlands practice.
The South Bank Show (1978)
Whether it's theater, TV, music or other forms of entertainment, there is a rich history of the arts in Britain. In this interview show, longtime host Melvyn Bragg chats with people who help produce the arts that Britons enjoy. Theater directors, singers, songwriters, actors and writers are among the people Bragg speaks with to give viewers insight into the arts and culture that they enjoy.
Masterpiece Theatre (1971)
"Masterpiece Theatre" presents adaptations of classic literature and the work of contemporary writers as acted out by prestigious thespians. Among the stories that have been featured in the series' run are "I, Claudius," "Henry VIII" and "The Forsyte Saga."
Junkyard Wars (2000)
Teams compete in a variety of engineering challenges.
Democracy Now! (2009)
An independent news program features international journalists, grassroots leaders, independent analysts, as well as ordinary people directly affected by world events and U.S. policy.
The List (2012)
This nightly newsmagazine brings viewers the latest information from the worlds of news and pop culture, recapping the top-trending stories in the form of easily digestible lists. In addition, "The List" gives viewers takeaway advice to make their lives better and tips to share with family and friends. In addition to the hosts, including journalist Teresa Strasser, the show's on-air personalities include local and national video bloggers, web content experts and multimedia journalists.
The Angel (2018)
Ashraf Marwan, the son-in-law of President Nasser, becomes a special adviser while working as an Israeli agent.