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  • Black Box
    Black Box (2014)
    "Black Box" centers on Elizabeth Black, world renowned neuroscientist who appears to have it all but is constantly haunted by her own struggle with mental illness. And that is not the only secret she’s kept locked away from her family and her new fiancé. (Source: ABC)

  • Band of Brot...
    Band of Brothers (2001)
    They depended on each other. And the world depended on them. A HBO series from the minds of Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, Band of Brothers is a ten-episode miniseries. It is based on the Stephen Ambrose book "Band of Brothers: E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne From Normandy to Hitler's Eagle's Nest". The show follows the path of Easy Company, an elite paratrooper unit, as they go from basic training in Camp Toccoa, to parachuting into D-Day, to their critical role in the Battle of the Bulge, and finally their triumph at the end of the war. They were one of the best trained and most successful units in all of American military history. Band of Brothers was nominated for 19 Emmy awards, and won 6. It won a Golden Globe for "Best Mini-Series and Motion Picture Made for Television". The award winning series also won an American Film Institute Award, a Peabody Award, and a Writer's Guild Award. Series Trailer Currently 9.9/109.9/10 (29 Votes cast)

  • The Pacific
    The Pacific (2010)
    The creators from "Band Of Brothers" now bring you a 10 part story about three marines during the american battle with the Japanese in the Pacific during World War II Currently 8.7/108.7/10 (44 Votes cast)

  • Bad Teachers
    Bad Teachers (2014)
    There are some teachers who don't play by the rules, who ruin lives instead of changing them for the better. They'll go dangerously beyond the lesson plan to fulfil their youthful fantasies and selfish desires, often dragging students down with them into a world of deceit and danger. The educators exposed in Investigation Discovery's new, three-part series BAD TEACHERS had been beloved by students, looked up to by faculty peers, and trusted by parents. Little did anyone know that their extra-curricular activities crossed the line into twisted chemistry, secret lust, shocking exploitation, and felony seduction. Interviews with former students, loved ones, and law enforcement paint a portrait of teachers who abused their power and found themselves on the wrong side of detention.

  • Jamaica Inn
    Jamaica Inn (2014)
    Set in 1820 against the forbidding backdrop of windswept Cornish moors, the story follows the journey of young and spirited Mary (Brown Findlay) who is forced to live with her Aunt Patience (Whalley) after the death of her mother. Mary arrives at the isolated Jamaica Inn to discover her Aunt is a shell of the carefree woman she remembers from her childhood, and instead finds a drudge who is firmly under the spell of her domineering husband Joss (Harris). The Inn has no guests - the rooms are locked and kept for storage - but it soon becomes clear that it’s a cover, as Joss is the leader of a smuggling ring, and Jamaica Inn the hub of his ‘free’ trade.

  • 24 Hours on ...
    24 Hours on Earth (2014)
    24 Hours on Earth travels moment by moment through a virtual day and celebrates the most extraordinary and spectacular examples of how animals and plants are adapted to exploit the 24-hour cycle. The two-part series features returnable characters that show the huge highs and desperate lows they face across a single day in the wild. It celebrates the most mind-blowing adaptations that life uses to exploit tiny windows of time.

  • Signed Seale...
    Signed Sealed Delivered (2013)
    Created by bestselling author Martha Williamson, "DEAD LETTERS", follows a quirky quartet of civil servants in the Dead Letter Office of the US Postal System who transform themselves into an elite team of lost-mail detectives. Their determination to deliver the undeliverable takes them out of the post office into an unpredictable world where letters and packages from the past save lives, solve crimes, reunite old loves and change futures by arriving late but always miraculously on time. The intrepid bunch is led by the charming and handsome (but idiosyncratic) Oliver who still considers the stamped and mailed letter to be the gold standard of human communication. His hapless team of lost letter experts, free-spirited Rita and oddly-intuitive Norman, are thrown for a loop when a beautiful, no-nonsense technophile named Shane is mistakenly transferred to their inner sanctum. Shane inspires the lovable crew to step up in a risky and unorthodox way, beginning with a chance to clear the name of a wrongfully accused man and reconnect him with the love of his life. (Source: The Hallmark Channel)

  • Salem
    Salem (2014)
    Set in the volatile world of 17th century Massachusetts, it explores what really fueled the town’s infamous witch trials and centers on Mary Sibley (Janet Montgomery), the beautiful, ruthless but vulnerable wife of an ancient, ailing but very wealthy Salem town Selectman. Brannon Braga and Adam Simon created the Fox 21 series, which is executive produced by Prospect Park’s Josh Barry and Jeff Kwatinetz. The cast includes Seth Gabel (who narrates the trailer), Shane West, Ashley Madekwe, Xander Berkeley, Tamzin Merchant and Elise Eberle.

  • Fargo
    Fargo (2014)
    From the Coen brothers is a fresh story spun out of the world of the Oscar-winning film. A drifter named Lorne Malvo arrives in small-town Minnesota and influences the population with his malice and violence, including put-upon insurance salesman Lester Nygaard.

  • The Challeng...
    The Challenge (1998)
    Each Challenge pits numerous cast members from past seasons of Real World and Road Rules against each other (only the Fresh Meat Challenge has introduced new cast members that have never appeared on either The Real World or Road Rules), dividing them into two separate teams according to different criteria, such as by gender, which of the two shows they first appeared on, whether or not they're veterans or rookies on the show, etc. The two teams compete in numerous missions in order to win prizes and advance in the overall game.

  • The Real Hou...
    The Real Housewives of New York City (2008)
    Bravo brings you into the lives of five women and their families who live in one of the wealthiest communities in the country. They take the viewer into their lives to show their lives aren't always perfect.

  • The Next Ste...
    The Next Step (2013)
    As the A-Troupe dancers prepare for the regional dance competition, relationships and loyalties are put to the test at the Next Step studio.

  • Undeniable
    Undeniable (2014)
    Brand new two-part thriller about a woman called Jane Fielding who believes she recognises her mother's killer 23 years after the murder took place. Nearly a quarter of a century later, Jane is married to Rob and has a daughter of her own, but the traumatic events of that day still haunt her. She was the sole witness and is constantly aware that the murderer is still at large. While on a routine visit to hospital, she locks eyes with the man believes killed her mother. Andrew Rawlins is a respected consultant oncologist and family man whose status and impeccable demeanour make him an unlikely suspect. Furthermore, it emerges that Jane has made accusations against others in the past - identifications which proved to be entirely false. Her family and the investigating police begin to worry that this is just another such claim and that Jane is crumbling emotionally before their eyes.

  • The Crimson ...
    The Crimson Field (2014)
    In an army hospital the staff heal the bodies and souls of men wounded in the trenches.

  • Jessie
    Jessie (1984)
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  • Silicon Vall...
    Silicon Valley (2014)
    In the high-tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success. Richard is an introverted computer programmer living in the Hacker Hostel start-up incubator along with his best friend, Big Head, pompous Gilfoyle and dry-witted Dinesh. These social misfits live under the watch of Erlich, a self-satisfied dotcom millionaire who lets them stay in his house for free – as long as he gets a ten percent stake in their projects. After a failed pitch to billionaire venture capitalist Peter Gregory, Richard Seems destined to remain at his job at the tech company Hooli, founded by the megalomaniacal Gavin Belson. When Monica, Gregory’s head of operations, and Jared, a Hooli executive, realize the value of the site’s compression algorithm, a bidding war erupts between Belson and Gregory, with Richard caught in the middle.

  • Turn
    Turn (2014)
    Turn is set in the summer of 1778 and tells the story of New York farmer, Abe Woodhull, who bands together with a group of childhood friends to form The Culper Ring, an unlikely group of spies who turn the tide in America’s fight for independence.

  • Secrets of t...
    Secrets of the Third Reich (2014)
    A celebrated Nazi general plots Hitler's assassination. A sunken U-boat mysteriously vanishes. The Fuhrer's own physician nearly kills him with dubious treatments. These are just a few of the "Secrets of the Third Reich", a four-part series that takes you behind the scenes, under the ocean, and into the minds of some of World War II's most prominent figures. Join us as we uncover the little-known stories that played a large role in determining the fate of the war...and those who fought in it. (Source: Smithsonian Channel)

  • New Worlds
    New Worlds (2014)
    Set in the turbulent 1680s, this four-part drama takes place on both sides of the Atlantic, as these two young men and two young women commit their lives to a fairer future with blood, passion and urgency. New Worlds is a gripping story of love and loss and the human price paid for the freedoms we enjoy today.

  • Lottery
    Lottery (1983)
    An Intersweep Lottery representative (Ben Murphy) and an IRS agent (Marshall Colt) deliver big cash prizes to lucky winners across the country. ABC comes up with yet another show that places the anthology structure in a series setting. That is the case with Lottery, which made its debut on September 9, 1983 at 8 pm in a 90-minute special. Ben Murphy and Marshall Colt are, respectively, the dapper representatives of a worldwide lottery giveaway who reluctantly have Uncle Sam as a not-too-silent third partner. The average sum given away is $2.5 million. The show's promise is rooted in the fictitious Intersweep Lottery and its winning ticket-holders. Ben Murphy plays Intersweep's American representative with the joie de vivre of Santa Claus. Marshall Colt is cast as Murphy's partner of sorts, an IRS agent assigned to make sure Uncle Sam gets his share. Their relationship is nicely drawn, with Murphy's devil-may-care approach balanced by the more serious Colt. When trouble arises, Murphy plunges into the spirit of adventure, while Colt timidly and reluctantly tags along. Trouble of one sort or another is what the two men find as they dispense checks that don't always bring happiness. The stories are not divided into separate segments, but rather are mixed together throughout the show.

  • Trawlermen
    Trawlermen (2006)
    Trawlermen is a BBC television documentary programme focusing on the work of a number of trawler crews based in Peterhead. The programme is narrated by the actor Ken Stott.

  • The Capones
    The Capones (2014)
    The spirit of the infamous gangster Al Capone still lives on in Chicago in the form of his drama-filled, lasagna-loving dysfunctional family, the Capones. Direct descendants of Al Capone himself are living a true mashup of the American Dream. With a notorious bloodline and larger-than-life personalities, this workplace docuseries follows the goodfellas as they run the family Italian restaurant and try to keep peace at the Capone mansion with the extended family all living under one roof. Each episode follows Dom Capone “The Boss” as he runs this unkempt crew at his Italian eatery with an iron fist. The only one who keeps this loud-mouthed and fiery boss in check is his mother, Dawn. As co-owner of the restaurant with her son, Dawn is the meddling mother who gets involved in everyone’s business, whether they like it or not. Surrounding Dom and Dawn Capone are an unusual cast of characters even by reality show standards. Dom’s current girlfriend “The Princess” and ex-girlfriend “Madness Cherry Lips”, two crazy aunts and the unemployed friend “Sausage”, drunken cousins, a pathological liar, flirty waitresses, an eccentric uncle “Toupee Lou”, an Irishman, and of course, the neighborhood troublemakers “Meatball” and “Bart” and that just includes the staff. However dysfunctional this cast of characters can get, they always end the week with the traditional Sunday dinner where the drama is always spicier than the pepperoni. Despite all the arguing, yelling, jealousy and manipulation, the passion and love that holds this family together runs deep. No matter what happens, they always stick together and know that family comes first no matter what.

  • Blandings
    Blandings (2013)
    Blandings is a period comedy series based on PG Wodehouse's stories and adapted for television by Guy Andrews. Set in 1929 in the fictional Blandings Castle, Lord Emsworth finds it hard to keep his dysfunctional family in order and usually ends up adding to the chaos himself.

  • Impact Wrest...
    Impact Wrestling (2004)
    "TNA iMPACT!" is 2 hours of fast paced, innovative, usually high flying, sometimes brutal pro-wrestling. Featuring a mix of stars you know and love and new, up and coming talent, it'll blow away the cobwebs and leave you wanting more.

  • The Walshes
    The Walshes (2014)
    Following the Walshes a typical Irish family living in West Dublin were the kids are outgrowing the family home since the state of the Irish economy has forced the kids Ciara and Rory to live at home with Mammy, Carmel and Dad, Tony.

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