Captain Marvel (2019)

Captain Marvel is an extraterrestrial Kree warrior who finds herself caught in the middle of an intergalactic battle between her people and the Skrulls. Living on Earth in 1995, she keeps having recurring memories of another life as U.S. Air Force pilot Carol Danvers. With help from Nick Fury, Captain Marvel tries to uncover the secrets of her past while harnessing her special superpowers to end the war with the evil Skrulls.

Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon (2011)

Two very different people are brought together by love and destiny.

Yo-Kai Watch (2015)

Sometimes, a watch can do more than just tell the time. That is the case with the timepiece that is given to young Nate by ghostly creature Whisper, who also serves as his butler. The watch allows him to see supernatural creatures known as Yo-kai, which are normally invisible to humans. While wearing the watch, Nate is also able to summon the Yo-kai he has befriended, enabling him to utilize the creatures' powers. Using the power of the Yo-kai, Nate goes around town, resolving trouble that he encounters.

(2019)

"Jersey Shore" stars Paul "DJ Pauly D" Delvecchio and Vinny Guadagnino search for love and think there is no better way to find it than to stay in a house with 20 beautiful women who are competing for their love and affection. Pauly D and Vinny decide which women should stay and which should go but to level the playing field, the ladies get to pick which guy they want to date. In the end, Pauly D, Vinny and the remaining women have to decide whether or not they want to take a shot at love or call it quits.

Deep State (2018)

A former spy embarks on one last, and intensely personal, journey.

The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) is sentenced to two consecutive life terms in prison for the murders of his wife and her lover and is sentenced to a tough prison. However, only Andy knows he didn't commit the crimes. While there, he forms a friendship with Red (Morgan Freeman), experiences brutality of prison life, adapts, helps the warden, etc., all in 19 years.

Mr. Young (2011)

Take Doogie Howser out of the O.R., put him in a classroom and you have the basic premise of "Mr. Young." The titular Adam Young is a whiz kid who entered college as a 9-year-old. At 14, now a college graduate, he begins his career teaching science to high schoolers -- including both his best friend and his crush, which presents a challenge for him in balancing his personal and professional lives. As if being a teen isn't hard enough!

Hollywood Heights (2012)

Nick at Nite has come a long way since the days when it aired reruns of old black-and-white series, now branching out into the world of a nightly prime-time drama. "Hollywood Heights," based on a Mexican telenovela, focuses on Loren Tate, a shy teen with musical aspirations who finds the support system she needs in her single mom, Nora. Loren's dreams of making it in music get closer to becoming reality when she wins a songwriting contest sponsored by rock star Eddie Duran, whose star is beginning to fade. As Loren begins her meteoric rise and wins Eddie's love, both are tested by setbacks, heartbreak and deception.

What We Do in the Shadows (2019)

Based on the feature film of the same name from Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, "What We Do in the Shadows" is a documentary-style look into the daily (or rather, nightly) lives of four vampires who've "lived" together for hundreds of years in Staten Island. After an unexpected visit from their dark lord and leader, the vampires are reminded of what they were initially tasked with upon their arrival in New York City over a century ago -- total and complete domination of the New World. But what exactly is the best way to go about achieving said domination? A vrit camera crew follows along as the vampires set out to answer this query.

(2019)

Artful dodger Yossarian is a bombardier in the U.S. Air Force during World War II who is upset that thousands of people who he has never met are trying to kill him. His biggest problem isn't the enemy, though, it's his own army that keeps increasing the number of missions soldiers must fly in order to complete their service. And if Yossarian tries to make an attempt to avoid his assignments, he will be in violation of catch-22, a bureaucratic rule that states a man is considered insane if he willing continues to fly dangerous missions, but a request to be removed from duty is evidence of sanity and makes him ineligible to be relieved of his duty. Oscar winner George Clooney serves as an executive producer of the six-episode series, which is based on the 1961 novel by Joseph Heller.

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.

My Mad Fat Diary (2013)

A teenager struggles with body issues and a desire to have sex.

Californication (2007)

David Duchovny returns to series television in this adult sitcom as Hank Moody, an alcoholic, womanizing novelist struggling to help raise his precocious daughter, Becca, while still yearning for his sophisticated ex, Karen. Also featured in the show are Hank's agent, Charlie, and his one-time wife, Marcy.

Extinct or Alive (2018)

Evidence suggests that species thought to be extinct are still very much alive, and wildlife biologist Forrest Galante ventures from the Florida Everglades to remote jungles in a search for the truth. Galante explores actual stories behind these creatures' purported demise and, using evidence like eyewitness accounts and last known photos, tries to prove their existence so he can protect them and help them thrive again. In Zanzibar, Forrest reveals species that have never before been filmed and captures evidence that leads to an unforgettable conclusion. Elsewhere, the investigation takes him to Taiwan for the Formosan clouded leopard, the frozen tundra of Newfoundland for the Newfoundland white wolf, and to the island of Madagascar to look for any trace of the giant Pachylemur.

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

Freddie Mercury -- the lead singer of Queen -- defies stereotypes and convention to become one of history's most beloved entertainers. The band's revolutionary sound and popular songs lead to Queen's meteoric rise in the 1970s. After leaving the group to pursue a solo career, Mercury reunites with Queen for the benefit concert Live Aid -- resulting in one of the greatest performances in rock 'n' roll history.

Mum (2016)

Following a year in Cathy's life as she moves on from the death of her husband.

(2019)

Undiscovered songwriters pitch their songs to superstar artists in hopes of being chosen to collaborate with one of three chart-topping producers to create the artists' next megahits.

Murdoch Mysteries (2008)

Based on novels by Maureen Jennings, "Murdoch Mysteries" follows young detective William Murdoch. In a series of stories taking place in Toronto during the 1890s and early 1900s, several challenging murder cases arise. Murdoch uses up-and-coming forensics techniques and an unconventional approach, which often elicit skepticism from his fellow officers and his boss. Coroner Julia Ogden becomes Murdoch's number one ally, and they make a top-notch team, but he must struggle against tradition and prejudice to solve some of the city's most-gruesome murders.

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2010)

This incarnation of the popular cartoon series finds Scooby and the gang living in Crystal Cove, a small town with a long history of ghost sightings, monster tales and other mysteries ripe for the sleuths to solve once and for all. But the longstanding Crystal Cove residents, who bank on the town's reputation to attract tourists, are prepared to do what it takes to protect their turf.

Pit Bulls and Parolees (2009)

"Pit Bulls and Parolees" follows the work of Tia Torres, a renowned trainer of pit bull terriers and a founder of the Villalobos Rescue Center. The rehabilitation and placement center houses hundreds of abused and abandoned dogs of all breeds, and the center has a crew of paroled felons who help Torres and her daughters Tania and Mariah care for the animals. It is a chance at redemption for both man and man's best friend.

Marvel's Avengers Assemble (2018)

Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America and newcomer Falcon are members of the Avengers featured in this animated series. Iron Man leads the team, as the heroes live and train in their new headquarters in Avengers Tower. When the team assembles, no villain stands a chance, as the Avengers work together to counter evildoers. Whether they're stopping Dr. Doom from conquering Asgard or preventing Dracula from unleashing vampire hordes, the Avengers do whatever it takes to succeed and make sure that good prevails.

Rookie Blue (2010)

Ambitious young cops try to prove themselves in their high-stakes careers, in which the smallest mistake can have deadly consequences. At the core of the close-knit group is perfectionist Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym), whose father was a homicide detective before he burned out on the job. The series follows Andy and her four colleagues -- Dov Epstein, Gail Peck, Traci Nash and Chris Diaz -- as they experience the trials, triumphs and tribulations of police work, as well as its effect on their personal lives.

Jonas (2009)

Musicians the Jonas Brothers star in a single-camera sitcom as -- surprise! -- rock star brothers Kevin, Joe and Nick Lucas of the band JONAS. When the trio is not on tour, the guys live in New Jersey on Jonas Street (the inspiration for the band's name) with their parents, Tom and Sandy, and little brother Frankie. They attend Horace Mantis Academy and clown around with their childhood friend Stella Malone, who offers the boys endless style tips, and her best friend, Macy Misa, Horace's star athlete. The series features songs created especially for it by the brothers.

Shetland (2013)

A murder mystery set against the stunning backdrop of the Shetland Isles.

Entourage (2004)

Led by Vince, an actor deemed the next big thing, four buddies migrate west from Queens, N.Y. Usually within his reach are his less successful half brother, Drama; Vince's best friend, Eric; and their irrepressible pal, Turtle. As the foursome adjusts to Tinseltown's fast pace and frantic deal-making, Vince's take-charge agent, Ari, exerts his influence -- often to Eric's annoyance.

Fringe (2008)

FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham is assigned to the bureau's Fringe Division, in which she investigates unusual crimes and occurrences. Assisting Olivia in her investigations are once-institutionalized scientist Dr. Walter Bishop, his jack-of-all-trades son, Peter, and FBI Junior Agent Astrid Farnsworth. As the team investigates cases of science gone awry, they discover connections to their own past and to a parallel universe. As the team solves cases in these interconnected worlds, new discoveries and complications continue to arise.

Sailor Moon (1995)

Girls receive powers to protect their world.

The Apprentice UK (2005)

Multimillionaire Sir Alan Sugar puts job candidates through the wringer.

Mako Mermaids (2013)

A camping trip to mysterious Mako Island turns out to be much more than that for outdoorsy teen Zac. Unknown to him, the island is actually the domain of a pod of mermaids, three of whom -- Sirena, Nixie and Lyla -- should be guarding the Moon Pool. But they neglect their duties, and Zac falls in. The waters of the pool endow Zac with special powers, allowing him to transform into a merman when he comes into contact with water and forcing the mermaid pod to leave the waters around the island. Not all of them leave, however; the three transgressors are cast out of the pod and left behind. To rejoin their community, the girls must somehow travel on land and retrieve Zac's new powers. If they fail, they'll remain outcasts forever. Zac enjoys his newfound abilities, and the girls are sympathetic. What's a mermaid to do?

Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse (2011)

Featuring expanded themes and characters introduced in writer-director-producer Tyler Perry's "Why Did I Get Married?" movies, this adult-oriented sitcom focuses on three couples at various stages of their relationships. It centers on successful beauty salon owner Angela and her longtime husband, Marcus, a former pro football player who produces and anchors a highly rated sports TV show. His business partners are Richard and Joseph, but it's a tangled relationship in that Richard has dated -- and later marries, then divorces -- Keisha, Marcus' ex-girlfriend and the mother of his teenage daughter. And if that isn't awkward enough, Joseph's sometime-girlfriend, Leslie, is Angela's best friend. It all adds up to a potent mix of business and pleasure... for better or worse.

Better Things (2016)

"Better Things" is the story of Sam Fox, a single mother and working actor with no filter trying to raise her three daughters -- Max, Frankie, and Duke -- in Los Angeles. She also looks out for her mother, Phil, an English expatriate with questionable faculties who lives across the street. Whether she's struggling to keep her daughters close or trying to push one of them out of the nest, Sam approaches every challenge with fierce love, raw honesty, and humor. At the end of the day, Sam's just trying to earn a living, navigate her daughters' changing lives, survive her family, have fun with a friend or two, and also -- just maybe -- squeeze in some private time.

Every Witch Way (2014)

Emma Alonso is a seemingly normal teenager who likes glitter and tulips and believes that smiles are contagious. But her life changes when she moves to Miami and starts attending Iridium High. There, Emma discovers that she is not as normal as she appears -- she is a witch with magical powers. When Emma can control her newfound powers, she tries to use them responsibly. But she's not the only witch at the school. Maddie Van Pelt, the leader of the school's Panthers clique, doesn't use her powers for good as Emma does. Maddie's powers have been passed down through her family, and she is not willing to give up her spot as Iridium's top witch to a new girl, so she will do whatever it takes to keep Emma down.

20/20 (1978)

The hourlong broadcast includes insightful interviews with notable figures from the worlds of news, politics and entertainment, hosted by David Muir and Amy Robach. A revolving team of journalists from ABC News also contribute investigative stories.

Koffee With Karan (2005)

While chit-chatting with some of the biggest names in the Indian entertainment industry, host Karan Johar tries to get them to open up about their personal lives, controversies surrounding their lives and career decisions.

The Contender (2005)

Pro fighters compete to become the next boxing superstar.

Deep State (2018)

A former spy is drawn into a covert intelligence war and global conspiracy to profit from the spread of chaos in the Middle East.

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.

Celebrity Family Feud (2015)

Comic, actor, author and Emmy Award-winning talk-show host Steve Harvey pits celebrities against each other in a prime-time version of one of TV's most popular and enduring game shows, "Family Feud." Fan-favorite celebrities and members of their families compete against other stars and their relatives to win money for charity as they try to come up with the most popular responses to survey-style questions that were posed to 100 people. The lively competition is filmed in front of an audience in Los Angeles, Calif.

Shameless (2004)

The lives of the dysfunctional Gallagher family.

Kingdom (2014)

Alvery Kulina, the owner of a mixed martial arts gym, develops the next generation of fighters including his sons Jay and Nate while struggling to keep the business afloat.

Scrubs (2001)

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.

Bigg Boss (2017)

Contestants from all walks of life are locked in a common house. They compete with each other to win a cash prize by saving themselves from eliminations based on public votes.

K.C. Undercover (2015)

High-school student K.C. Cooper is a math whiz with a black belt in karate. A normal teen otherwise, her life changes when her parents, Craig and Kira, recruit her to be a spy in a secret government agency known as The Organization. Along with her parents and younger siblings Ernie and Judy -- the latter is a humanoid robot -- K.C. must balance a civilian existence with undercover missions designed to save the world. As K.C. goes about spying, she must keep the newfound career a secret from best friend Marisa.

Assassination Classroom (2015)

The students of Class 3E have an important assignment: kill their teacher by the end of the year.

Futurama (1999)

Accidentally frozen, pizza-deliverer Fry wakes up 1,000 years in the future. He is taken in by his sole descendant, an elderly and addled scientist who owns a small cargo delivery service. Among the other crew members are Capt. Leela, accountant Hermes, intern Amy, obnoxious robot Bender and lobsterlike moocher "Dr." Zoidberg.

The Thundermans (2013)

Phoebe and Max Thunderman are twins who, although they have opposite personalities, share a common secret. The teens, along with their parents and younger siblings, are superheroes. But the family must keep the superpowers under wraps and live a normal life. Phoebe and Max have the same powers -- freeze breath and the ability to move objects via telekinesis -- but use them in opposite ways. Good-natured Phoebe tries to do the right thing, while troublemaker Max wants to become a supervillain. Little brother, Billy, is able to move at superspeed while little sis, Nora, has laser beam eyes. Dad, Hank, can fly and has extraordinary strength, but mom, Barb, is able to generate lightning from her hands. This family wants to lead a normal life? Good luck with that.

Ransom (2017)

Renowned crisis and hostage negotiator Eric Beaumont employs insight into human behavior to deal with challenging kidnap and ransom cases, refusing to ever resort to violence, even when faced with the world's most dangerous criminals. While his ability to manipulate sets him above others in his field, it often causes issues in his personal and professional relationships. Beaumont's team includes psych-profiler Oliver Yates, ex-cop Zara Hallam and aspiring investigator Maxine Carlson. "Ransom" is based on the experiences of real-life crisis negotiator Laurent Combalbert and his partner, Marwan Mery.

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team (2006)

Women try out to make the Dallas Cowboys cheerleading team.

Fatal Attraction (2013)

Michael Douglas and Glenn Close are nowhere to be found in this docuseries that explores the potential consequences when an all-consuming romance causes people to commit unthinkable criminal acts in the name of love. Each hourlong episode brings together first-person testimonials with evocative cinematography and interrogation footage to illustrate the crime and the incidents that led up to it. The show opens with the crime before entering flashback mode and using re-enactments to provide a glimpse into the heart of the dangerous romance prior to the act being committed.

The Biggest Loser (2004)

Contestants work to shed pounds and win the $250,000 prize.

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.

Sarabhai vs. Sarabhai (2004)

PBS NewsHour (2009)

Correspondents report on important news events of the day. Their daily reports are also available online and on radio.

Intervention (2005)

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.

Kim's Convenience (2016)

A Korean-Canadian family runs a convenience store in Toronto.

Intervention Canada (2011)

"Intervention Canada" is a docu-series that explores the reality of Canadians whose addictions to drugs and alcohol, among other things, are threatening their lives and destroying their families. Members of families from Halifax to Victoria come together to execute "ambush of love" interventions in last-ditch efforts to save the lives of loved ones who are spiraling out of control. Each episode features one intervention, led by prominent interventionists Andrew Galloway and Maureen Brine. These interventions are among the most-dramatic moments these families will ever face as they could mean the difference between life and death.

The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. (2016)

A high school student with powerful psychic abilities tries to live an ordinary life by keeping his true nature a secret from his many quirky classmates and anyone else he comes across.

The Jeremy Kyle Show (2011)

British TV personality Jeremy Kyle brings his long-running talk show across the pond to the United States. "The Jeremy Kyle Show" fits in with other American daytime talk shows in terms of its topics. The hourlong episodes deal with family and relationship issues, as well as everyday conflicts. Sounds familiar, doesn't it? Guests on the show often ask for DNA and lie-detector tests to get the truth from family and friends. Kyle also advises families in crisis, out-of-control teens, and people who are in abusive relationships.

Bosch (2014)

Harry Bosch has murder on his mind. A former Special Forces officer who has done tours in the Middle East, Bosch is now a tenacious, jazz-loving homicide detective in the Hollywood Division of the LAPD. Bosch is faced with myriad challenges as he investigates suspicious deaths and follows trails of corruption -- including the dark side of the police department -- in his relentless pursuit of the truth. The critically acclaimed procedural is based on Michael Connelly's series of best-selling novels.

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (1969)

Brainiac Velma, jock Fred, fashionista Daphne, hippie Shaggy, and Shaggy's highstrung, talking Great Dane, Scooby-Doo, climb into their green van, the Mystery Machine, and hit the road in search of weird phenomena to solve. And even when Scooby and the gang aren't actively searching for them, mysteries just have a way of falling into their laps. Ruh-roh!

Paradise Hotel (2003)

Twelve single men and women live at a exclusive resort.

Cobra Kai (2018)

Thirty four years after events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament, a down-and-out Johnny Lawrence seeks redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai dojo, reigniting his rivalry with a now successful Daniel LaRusso.

Walker, Texas Ranger (1993)

Texas Ranger Cordell Walker kicks posterior -- usually in slo-mo. Because of his martial-arts skills, he has a competitive edge against the bad guys. With the help of retired ranger C.D. Parker, partner James Trivette and A.D.A. Alex Cahill, Walker ruthlessly fights for justice.

How I Met Your Mother (2005)

Ted has fallen in love. It all started when his best friend, Marshall, drops the bombshell that he plans to propose to longtime girlfriend Lily, a kindergarten teacher. Suddenly, Ted realizes that he had better get a move on if he hopes to find true love. Helping him in the quest is Barney, a friend with endless -- often outrageous -- opinions, a penchant for suits and a foolproof way to meet women. When Ted meets Robin, he is sure it's love at first sight, but the affair fizzles into friendship. Voice-over by Bob Saget ("Full House") tells the story through flashbacks.

Gold Rush: Alaska (2011)

A depressed economy has radically changed the way many Americans live their lives. For Todd and Jack Hoffman, those changes mean risking it all -- including their health -- as gold miners in the wilds of Alaska. With his aviation business grounded, Todd leases a gold claim in southeast Alaska, Porcupine Creek, the same place his father, Jack, mined in the 1980s. They recruit a small group of greenhorn miners from their Sandy, Ore., hometown, and "Gold Rush: Alaska" follows their efforts to strike it rich. It's the biggest gamble these men have ever taken, a last chance in the heart of "The Last Frontier."

That '70s Show (1998)

Set in the mood ring and polyester era of the 1970s, the series is a retro-hip situation comedy about an eclectic group of friends on the verge of adulthood. They live in the suburbs of Wisconsin, where they yearn for independence amid the growing pains of becoming adults.

Talia in the Kitchen (2015)

Teenager Talia Parra is an aspiring chef who discovers her passion for cooking while living with her grandmother. Now with the urge to become a chef, Talia wants to revive her family's restaurant business. She gets help from her friends and -- more importantly -- her late father's magic spices, which help her create food that literally stirs people's emotions. Things don't go smoothly for Talia, though, as she must compete with a local restaurant that is owned by the rival Fuccinelli family, which consists of food snob Debbie, heartthrob Tyson and head chef Frenchie.

MythBusters (2003)

So exactly how hard is it to find a needle in a haystack, anyway? And can water dripping on your forehead really drive you nuts? Those are the kinds of questions, myths and urban legends that are put to the test in this humorous series that seeks to find out which myths are true and which are not.

A Double Shot at Love (2008)

Twins search for romance.

Barefoot Contessa (2002)

Hosted by cookbook author Ina Garten, "Barefoot Contessa" is all about simple, fun entertaining. The former White House nuclear policy analyst (for President Richard Nixon) shares recipes for picnics, parties and dinners as well as other touches to make a meal or event a success.

Family Matters (1989)

Policeman Carl Winslow has enough to deal with on the job. But when he gets home, he still has to handle kids, his wife, Harriette (whose character was first introduced on the sitcom "Perfect Strangers"), his mom, a sister-in-law and Urkel, the nerd next door who doesn't understand that he doesn't actually live with the Winslows.

The Shield (2002)

Vic Mackey is a rogue cop in an experimental division of the Los Angeles Police Department, willing to sink to the criminals' level in order to take them on -- but his misdeeds eventually come home to roost. He breaks the law to, in his mind, bring some semblance of order to a chaotic world.

Dance Deewane (2018)

Let's Make a Deal (2009)

CBS adds to its daytime game-show lineup with an updated version of the classic TV show of the 1960s, filmed in Los Angeles. Hosted by comic/singer/actor Wayne Brady, contestants -- often dressed in a wide variety of original costumes -- will still compete for money and prizes by striking wacky deals. Jonathan Mangum is the show's announcer, and Monty Hall, arguably the best-known host of the earlier version of the show, is listed among the new show's creative consultants. The program won a Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Song in 2014 for "30,000 Reasons to Love Me," composed by Cat Gray and performed by Wayne Brady.

Yeh Hai Mohabbatein (2014)

The story of Ishita and Raman and how their worlds intersect.

The Carol Burnett Show (1967)

Comedian and stage actress Carol Burnett, who first gained popularity during her stint on "The Gary Moore Show," hosted this one-hour variety series. Her talented supporting players included Harvey Korman, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence (who got the job based on her resemblance to Burnett) and Lyle Waggoner. Skits often featured guest stars, such as Mama Cass of the Mamas and the Papas or singer Steve Lawrence. One sketch, "The Family" (which featured Lawrence as the persnickety Mama and Burnett as her hotheaded daughter) was later spun-off into it's own sitcom.

Resurrection: Ertugrul (2012)

A 13th-century Turkish warrior agrees to fight the enemies of a sultan in exchange for land.

Divorce Court (1999)

The venerable courtroom show takes a look at real-life divorcing couples. The soon-to-be exes tell their stories to the judge, who gives the ruling and settles all the usual -- and unusual -- divorce issues by the end of the episode. This is the third incarnation of the show titled "Divorce Court," with the first having premiered in 1957.

The adventures of Dolly and Dylan and their 97 brothers and sisters, along with mom Delilah and dad Doug.

Rusty Rivets (2016)

The DIY culture of the maker movement serves as an inspiration for this preschool animated series featuring young hero Rusty, who uses his imagination and resourcefulness to save the day when the need arises. Along with best friend Ruby, Rusty repurposes spare parts and other objects he finds to come up with some of the wildest and coolest contraptions around. One of his first inventions is a robotic dinosaur, Botasaur, who he creates to help rescue a trapped friend from a recycling yard, but Botasaur quickly becomes a trusted sidekick to Rusty and Ruby. "Rusty Rivets" encourages kids to use their imaginations to create their own gadgets and inventions.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2017)

It's the late 1950s and Miriam "Midge" Maisel has everything she has ever wanted -- the perfect husband, two kids and an elegant apartment on New York's Upper West Side. Her seemingly idyllic life takes a surprising turn when she discovers a hidden talent she didn't previously know she had -- stand-up comedy. This revelation changes her life forever as she begins a journey that takes her from her comfortable life on the Upper West Side through the cafes and nightclubs of Greenwich Village as she makes her way through the city's comedy industry on a path that could ultimately lead her to a spot on the "Tonight Show" couch. The series was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino ("Gilmore Girls").

I Love Jenni (2011)

Jenni Rivera's life in a household where fame and business collide.

Taken (2017)

Driven by personal tragedy, former Green Beret and CIA operative Bryan Mills specializes in deadly rescue missions -- using his "very particular set of skills." Assisted by Christina Hart, his handler back at headquarters, Mills sets out on assignment, armed with his unique expertise, high-tech capabilities and fearless determination. Whether it's the life of a loved one, a treasured possession or a dangerous international secret, Mills stops at nothing to get back what has been taken and punish those responsible.

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert (2015)

Improv actor and comic Stephen Colbert flexes the hosting muscles he honed over nearly 1,500 episodes of the popular and critically celebrated "The Colbert Report" at the helm of this long-running late-night talk show. Following the genre's classic formula, each show kicks off with a monologue and a look at recent headlines, and features sketch comedy, celebrity interviews and musical performances. Joining Colbert is his bandleader, Julliard-trained Jon Batiste, and house band Stay Human. The show is filmed in New York's famed Ed Sullivan Theater, the longtime home of "The Late Show."

(2019)

Investigation Discovery delves into the unsolved murders of the Jennings 8 in a two-part special, "Death in the Bayou: The Jennings 8." Between 2005 and 2009, the bodies of eight women are found discarded in the bayous and on the back roads of Jennings, La. Some of the women had their throats slashed while others were too decomposed to determine cause of death. No one is ever charged, and the police investigations have been plagued with missteps, leading to allegations of a major cover-up. Now, murder victim Whitnei Dubois' sister, Taylor Dubois, and niece, Brittany Jones, uncover shocking new information while trying to find out what happed their sister and aunt. The documentary special reveals the dark underbelly of a Southern town riddled with drug use, violence and long-buried secrets. It features interviews with victims? family members, law enforcement officials, suspects, and others in an attempt to answer the question that haunts this community: who killed the Jennings 8?

Bargain Hunt (2000)

Two teams of amateur collectors have an hour at an antiques fair to acquire the best bargains.

REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel (1995)

Bryant Gumbel hosts this investigative sports newsmagazine series that features in-depth reports from "Real Sports" correspondents Mary Carillo, Bernard Goldberg, Soledad O'Brien, Andrea Kremer, Jon Frankel and Gumbel himself. The series airs monthly, and each hourlong edition contains four segments. "Real Sports" has won multiple Sports Emmy Awards and in 2006 became the first sports program honored with the duPont Award for excellence in broadcast journalism by Columbia University.

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.

(2019)

Discovery Channel's reality series, "Raising Wild," follows the Hines family as they leave suburban life behind to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to become homesteaders. The Hines family is a typical suburban family struggling with the distractions of modern technology. However, family patriarch Brett Hines dreams of creating a homestead completely off the grid in the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest. Brett believes this adventure will bring his family closer together. He is a former U.S. Army counter-intelligence officer and contractor who will use his skills to help secure food, power and heat for survival. Brett and his wife, Wendy, begin their new lives in the remote wilderness with their children Michael, Nathan, Sarah, her husband, Drew, Joshua, Evelyn, Ariel and Daniel. As winter closes in, they must rely on teamwork and help from eccentric neighbors to realize their American Dream.

Behind the Music (1997)

An intimate look into the personal lives of pop stars.

Home & Family (2012)

Debbie Matenopoulos hosts this series that offers viewers advice in the areas of home improvement, parenting, health and fitness. The show originates from a fully functioning New England colonial-style home that was built on the Universal Studios lot, with each room of the house being used to show everything from how to buy a week's worth of groceries for $100 to growing organic fruits and vegetables. Matenopoulos participates in roundtable discussions with experts from various fields, with celebrities occasionally participating to provide answers for viewers.

The Social (2013)

Daytime talk series "The Social" brings a fresh perspective on the latest news, pop-culture topics and lifestyle subjects. Co-hosted by Melissa Grelo, Cynthia Loyst, Lainey Lui, and Traci Melchor, "The Social" offers a completely new format featuring ways for viewers to be socially interactive through comments and feedback on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other social networks. Co-hosts and viewers can engage in friendly debate on top issues, and no topic is off limits.

(2018)

One Life to Live (1968)

Beneath its seemingly placid small-town facade, the fictional town of Llanview, Pa., frequently simmers with tension, usually caused by the town's three main families: the upper-crust Lord family, the powerful Buchanan clan and the feisty Cramer family. While the long-running television serial was canceled by ABC in 2011, production company Prospect Park picked up the Agnes Nixon drama and turned it into an online program in the United States. Many fan favorites have returned to the show in its online incarnation, and their characters continue to keep the streets, boardrooms and bedrooms of Llanview hopping.

Friday Night Tykes (2014)

They say everything's bigger in Texas, and that may not be more true than with the Lone Star State's love of football. High-school football is probably more popular in Texas than in any other state. To get kids prepared to play at a high level, they have to start at a young age. This docuseries offers an inside look at children as young as 8 who play in the Texas Youth Football Association, one of the largest independent youth football leagues in America, which teaches kids the fundamentals of the game. "Friday Night Tykes" follows several teams, on and off the field, as they compete for the state championship. Among the challenges the players face are extreme training drills, heckling from fans, and balancing on-the-field expectations with living a typical childhood away from the gridiron.

Death Valley Days (1952)

Stories based on the legends and lore of Death Valley, California.

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (2002)

Correctly answering 14 multiple-choice questions could net contestants $1 million on a half-hour quiz show that's had a long run since its adaptation from the Brit show with the same name. Its format has evolved, but the basics remain: Answer trivia questions to win what could be very big bucks. Safety nets along the way guarantee sums that can't be lost once a contestant reaches certain thresholds -- and players can quit any time, but going for the million carries the risk of losing hundreds of thousands with one wrong answer. Contestants get "lifelines" to help reach the top.

A Taste of History (2009)

Chef Walter Staib is a third-generation restaurateur with more than four decades of culinary experience. In this series, Staib explores America's culinary history, re-creating dishes dating back as far as the nation's birth in the 18th century. The show is taped at historic locations across America, including Monticello (Thomas Jefferson's estate), the historic RittenhouseTown district of Philadelphia and the site where George Washington crossed the Delaware River. Staib discusses the origin of each recipe and its ingredients in order to reveal the history surrounding the dish.

Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (2006)

Scooby-Doo and the gang have a scary adventure while taking a creepy voyage into the Bermuda Triangle.

Daily Planet (2002)

Quirky yet well-versed host Jay Ingram and co-host Ziya Tong demystify the magical wonders of science and its everyday applications. In an attempt to bridge the gap between the lab and living room, they help keep everyone abreast of the newest high-tech gadgets, the science of food and a plethora of technical advances in sports.