Van Helsing (2016)
In this reimagining of the classic Dracula story, the world is dominated by vampires, requiring humans to work together to survive. The series centers on Vanessa Helsing, daughter of famed vampire hunter Abraham Van Helsing, who wakes up after a five-year coma to discover a vampire-controlled world. She soon learns that she possesses a unique blood composition that makes her immune to vampires and able to turn the creatures into humans. That power puts humanity's last hope to return the world to how it once was before the vampires took over in Vanessa's hands.
Super Dancer (2007)
The L Word (2004)
This long-running Showtime series features intertwined stories about the lives and loves of a group of lesbians and bisexuals in Los Angeles. The characters date, get into committed relationships, consider having families, hook up, break up, question their sexuality, stay in the closet, come out or sleep around -- sometimes all of the above.
Hannah Montana (2006)
Although she appears to be just a typical teenager to most of her classmates and teachers, Miley Stewart lives a double life, transforming herself into famous pop singer Hannah Montana at night. Her secret identity is known only to her family and closest friends.
Ichigo Kurosaki never asked for the ability to see ghosts -- he was born with the gift. When his family is attacked by a Hollow -- a malevolent lost soul -- Ichigo becomes a Soul Reaper, dedicating his life to protecting the innocent and helping the tortured spirits themselves find peace.
"Endeavour" follows the newly forged relationship -- both working and personal -- between young DC Endeavour Morse and his senior partner, DI Fred Thursday. Returning actors include Shaun Evans as Endeavour and Roger Allam as Thursday, while Sean Rigby takes on the role of a young PC Strange -- the character who appeared in the original "Morse" series, played by James Grout. Abigail Thaw, the daughter of the first Inspector Morse, John Thaw, makes further guest appearances as Dorothea Frazil.
30 for 30 (2009)
As part of its 30th anniversary celebration, ESPN looks back at notable sports happenings that occurred from 1979 to 2009 with this documentary series featuring 30 films from some of Hollywood's finest directors and producers. Peter Berg, Barry Levinson, John Singleton, Spike Jonze, Dan Klores, Barbara Kopple, Ron Shelton and Albert Maysles are among the filmmakers involved, and the stories told include the shocking trade of Wayne Gretzky in 1988, the Baltimore Colts' nighttime move in 1984, Reggie Miller's rivalry with the New York Knicks, the death of Len Bias in 1986, a profile of George Steinbrenner and his family business, and a look at Michael Jordan's attempt at a baseball career. A new series of 30 films premiered in October 2012 with "Broke," about the challenges athletes face in managing their money.
Luther is a brilliant but emotionally impulsive detective who is tormented by the dark side of humanity while hunting down murderers. Once the self-destructive detective knows the killer's identity, it becomes a psychological duel between predator and prey.
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.
Samurai Jack (2001)
After being sent into the future by evil wizard Aku, young samurai Jack makes a quest to return to the past and undo the destruction caused by the wizard. Along the way Jack enlists allies to defeat some of Aku's henchmen and other villains before getting to the top dog to defeat him and find the portal that can return Jack to his own time. "Samurai Jack" was created by Genndy Tartakovsky, who had previously created "Dexter's Laboratory," one of Cartoon Network's first original series.
Alvinnn!!! and The Chipmunks (2015)
Everyone's favorite chipmunks -- Alvin, Simon and Theodore -- are back in this computer-animated version of the classic animated series. The brothers are famous rock stars who tour around the world with their best friends, the Chipettes. The boys' father, Dave, writes their songs and tries to keep them in line -- both on and off the stage. Alvin, the leader of the fraternal group, is always coming up with crazy schemes that often get him and his brothers in trouble. Oldest brother Simon is the smart one, using his intelligence to keep the group safe. Theodore may be the youngest of the three brothers, but he frequently comes up with powerful words of wisdom.
Band of Brothers (2001)
This series, originally broadcast on HBO, tells the story of Easy Company, 506th Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army. Based on interviews with survivors of Easy Company, as well as soldiers' journals and letters, this 10-part series chronicles the experiences of these young men who knew extraordinary bravery and extraordinary fear. Based on the book written by Stephen Ambrose.
Years and Years (2019)
An ordinary British family contends with the hopes, anxieties and joys of an uncertain future in this six-part limited series that begins in 2019 and propels the characters 15 years forward into an unstable world. The story begins as members of the Lyons clan converge for the birth of the newest family member, baby Lincoln, and an outspoken celebrity begins her transformation into a political figure whose controversial opinions will divide the nation. As the Britain of this imaginary drama is rocked by political, economic and technological advances, the family experiences everything hoped for in the future, and everything that is feared.
Winx Club (2004)
Bloom is a special Earth girl with magical powers who travels to the Alfea School for Fairies to perfect her skills. She quickly befriends teenage fairies Stella, Flora, Musa, Layla, and Tecna. Together these six girls are the Winx Club. In addition to high school, the girls work to save the universe from Lord Darkar and witches Icy, Darcy, Stormy and a variety of other opponents. Only with the power of six Enchantix fairies fighting together can girls save the universe.
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.
The Lord of the Skies (2013)
The television series El Senor de los Cielos tells the life story of Amado Carrillo Fuentes, who was a Mexican drug lord. The show starts in his childhood when he was a little boy from a peasant family. The show tells of his determination to succeed and follows his journey to run the biggest drug cartel in the world. He was one of the most wanted men by the DEA.
The Profit (2013)
Being the chairman and CEO of multibillion-dollar corporation Camping World takes up a lot of Marcus Lemonis' time. But when he's not running the company, he's searching for struggling businesses in need of cash. Lemonis tries to help turn each company around by offering cash for a piece of the business and a percentage of the profits. Now he's bringing that process to TV with this series, in which he puts millions of dollars of his own money on the line. Once he's working with the company, he does whatever is necessary to save the business and make a profit for himself -- even if it means firing the president. Although some of his changes could be considered radical, the companies should be willing to go along with them because in the last 10 years, Lemonis has successfully turned around more than 100 companies. To quote the not-so-humble Lemonis, "When I have skin in the game, my way is the only way your business will survive."
Untucked: RuPaul's Drag Race (2011)
This series shows what happens behind the scenes of the competition series "RuPaul's Drag Race," providing viewers with a look at what they don't see on the show -- the backstage battles, catfights and secrets. The drag queens let their emotions out as they crack under the pressure of competing to become America's next drag superstar. RuPaul narrates the behind-the-scenes footage that shows the "RuPaul's Drag Race" contestants being themselves -- for better or worse.
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.
Silent Witness (1996)
A team of forensic pathologists uncovers the truths behind murders..
Made in Chelsea (2011)
Lives and loves of a group of twenty-somethings who live in and around London's exclusive postcodes.
Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (2014)
Reality star couples are pushed to the limit in a marriage boot camp.
Ordinary people around the world discover they have super powers. Their lives intertwine as they work together to prevent a catastrophic future.
The Boys (2019)
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.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (2012)
Jonathan Joestar, nicknamed JoJo, becomes involved in a battle against his stepbrother, Dio Brando, who is intent on taking control of the Joestar fortune. To do this, Dio uses the power of an ancient stone mask, which allows him to become a powerful vampire. The hybrid anime series takes pieces from such genres as paranormal, adventure, comedy, action and fantasy.
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.
Late Night with Seth Meyers (2014)
With his signature monologue and sharp newsy segments like "A Closer Look," Seth Meyers hilariously breaks down the day's biggest stories and takes the current political circus head-on. He then welcomes Hollywood's most beloved A-list guests, as well as people not seen anywhere else in late night, like political figures and other interesting newsmakers. With fan-favorite comedy segments that become viral sensations, and the talented 8G band at his side, Seth consistently brings home the last laugh.
Everybody Loves Raymond (1996)
Ray Barone is a successful sports writer and family man who deals with a brother and parents -- who happen to live across the street. Mom Marie loves to meddle in his life, while older brother Robert sometimes resents his success, and Dad Frank just makes comments and raids the fridge. Nevertheless, Ray manages to keep a bright outlook and a sense of humor, leaving the hard issues to his more-practical wife, Debra.
Bill Nye the Science Guy (1993)
It's "Mr. Wizard" for a different decade. Bill Nye is the Science Guy, a host who's hooked on experimenting and explaining. Picking one topic per show (like the human heart or electricity), Nye gets creative with teaching kids and adults alike the nuances of science.
Naked and Afraid XL (2015)
TV's most extreme survival challenge just grew extra-large. Veteran survivalists familiar with the stripped-down drill after appearing on "Naked and Afraid" attempt to survive in a desolate, dangerous environment for 40 days -- 19 more than they previously experienced on the show. Pushing the very limits of human endurance, the men and women must all vie for the same limited food, water and shelter while avoiding territorial-sensitive predators and venom-filled reptiles. Because there is no other choice, the competitors quickly get to know one another -- and their surroundings -- and hope that their instincts, survival skills and intestinal fortitude serve them well.
Why Women Kill (2020)
A darkly comedic drama detailing the lives of three women living in three different decades: a housewife in the 60s, a socialite in the 80s, and a lawyer in 2018, each dealing with infidelity in their marriages.
When Marine Sgt. Nicholas Brody returns home following eight years in captivity, CIA agent Carrie Mathison thinks he has turned and is connected to a terror plot to be carried out on American soil, so she engages him in a dangerous game of cat and mouse that puts America's national security at risk. Later on, Carrie gets a promotion and returns to the front lines overseas. She is assigned to one of the CIA's most volatile and dangerous stations in the Middle East, where she is in the heart of battle in the war on terror. Years later, after being disillusioned and placing herself in a self-imposed exile in Berlin, Carrie becomes estranged from the CIA, eventually returning stateside where she works for a foundation providing aid to Muslims living in America.
The Chew (2011)
The format and title for Daytime Emmy-winner "The Chew" is inspired by ABC's "The View" but is geared toward foodies and other lifestyle enthusiasts. The show celebrates and explores life through food with a dynamic panel of fun, relatable co-hosts. The panel includes renowned chef Michael Symon, style maven and former "What Not to Wear" co-host Clinton Kelly and "Top Chef" alumna Carla Hall. The topics of discussion include cooking, home entertaining and food trends such as food trucks and urban gardens.
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?"
A superstar during his football playing days, Spencer Strasmore tries to find the same success as a financial manager for current players in sun-splashed Miami. Heeding his boss Joe's instruction to "monetize his friendships," Spencer builds a client base of young phenoms and veteran stars alike, but his role in their lives far exceeds money management as he struggles to help them navigate the many traps that come with life as big-time "ballers." The series is created by Stephen Levinson ("Entourage," "Boardwalk Empire") and stars Dwayne Johnson as Spencer.
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.
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.
Untold Stories of the E.R. (2005)
"Untold Stories of the E.R." is a fast-paced medical series that blends re-enactments of real emergency room cases with comments by the actual physicians and nurses involved in the procedures. Often the patients give first-person accounts as well, and some even play themselves during the re-enactments.
Contestants on this dating game show don't want to hear the elimination line "I'm sorry, but you have too much baggage." How much is acceptable among three contestants in each episode is determined by the "dater," who hears the candidates' intimate secrets and hidden flaws, as well as their attempts to deflect these traits by describing their positive attributes. After two elimination rounds leave one remaining contestant, it's the dater's turn to reveal his or her own baggage ... and then the contestant decides to go forward with the date or not. Jerry Springer hosts.
Finally, this series' tag line announces, a TV show that steals from the internet instead of the other way around. Comic Daniel Tosh lampoons the latest viral videos, blogs, websites and internet fads and phenomena, plus he offers "web redemption" to the many fools out there who have already sufficiently humiliated themselves online.
Private Practice (2007)
Neonatal surgeon Addison Montgomery escapes from a dysfunctional love triangle, leaving her friends and foes at Seattle Grace Hospital behind for a fresh start in Los Angeles, where she joins a trendy public clinic run by her recently divorced friends, Sam and Naomi Bennett.
Non Uccidere (2015)
Detective Valeria Ferro investigates crimes motivated by jealousy, vendettas and repressed anger to seek the truth and justice.
Optimistic teacher Will Schuester heads up McKinley High School's glee club -- New Directions -- a place where ambitious and talented students can find strength, acceptance and their voice. As the students find themselves, they also enjoy a respite from the harsh realities of life. Mr. Schuester hopes to help the kids in every way he can, and also dreams of taking the group to nationals. As Schuester and the glee club pursue their goal, they face opposition from a conniving cheerleading coach, Sue Sylvester, who tries to sabotage the group at every turn.
The show portrays Shiva's journey from a hermit to a house holder.
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.
Matt LeBlanc stars in this comedy series as ... Matt LeBlanc. The former "Friends" actor stars as an actor who is cast in an American version of a couple's British sitcom that is popular overseas. But, as the star, LeBlanc reworks the show into what turns out to be a terrible cliche, causing tension in the couple's marriage.
Girls und Panzer (2012)
High school girls compete in the martial art of armored tank combat.
Resurrection: Ertugrul (2012)
A 13th-century Turkish warrior agrees to fight the enemies of a sultan in exchange for land.
So You Think You Can Dance (2005)
Contestants compete in various dance styles to secure their place in the "So You Think You Can Dance" studio and to become America's best dancer.
The Middle (2009)
In the Heck family, middle-age, middle-class, middle-America mom Frankie Heck (two-time Emmy winner Patricia Heaton) uses a sense of humor to try to steer her family through life's ups and downs as she tackles her career goals. Her unflappable husband, Mike (Neil Flynn), is a manager at the local quarry. Oldest son Axl is an obstinate young man; awkward daughter Sue cannot seem to find her niche -- despite much enthusiasm in her attempts -- and youngest son Brick is an unusual child whose best friend is his backpack.
Nathan For You (2013)
Writer, director and comedian Nathan Fielder (CBC's "This Hour Has 22 Minutes") also has a business degree, and he combines that knowledge with his unusual life experiences to help struggling small businesses boost their sales. However, Fielder's marketing campaigns for each business can best be described as unorthodox, to the point where no traditional sales consultant would ever attempt what he does. Episodes in this docu-reality comedy include Fielder creating a distinctly smelling flavor for a yogurt shop, devising a plan for a pizzeria to guarantee delivery in eight minutes or less, and finding a way for a gas station to charge less that $2 a gallon and still be successful.
Dora the Explorer (2000)
"Dora the Explorer" features the adventures of young Dora, her monkey Boots, Backpack and other animated friends. In each episode, viewers join Dora on an adventure in an animated world set inside a computer. The titular character seeks viewers' help in solving a puzzle or mystery she faces in each episode.
Jill & Jessa: Counting On (2015)
In the latest installment in the Duggar franchise, the network focuses on the family's older children as they celebrate some of life's milestone moments, including big moves, the realities of growing up, and raising their own families. "19 Kids and Counting" spinoff "Jill & Jessa: Counting On" tracks Jessa and husband Ben adjusting to life with infant son Spurgeon, while Jill and husband Derick continue their missionary work with baby boy Israel in Central America. Back in Arkansas, siblings Jana, Jinger, Joy Anna, John David, Josiah and Joseph explore their own talents and passions.
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.
Counterterrorism agent Jack Bauer fights the bad guys of the world, a day at a time. With each week's episode unfolding in real time, "24" covers a single day in the life of Bauer each season. Jack deals with assassination attempts, nuclear attacks, bioterrorism, torture, traitors, sleeper cells, other bad guys and the alarming tendency for his romances to end badly -- very badly.
Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)
"Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David plays a version of himself on the improvised series. He faces a constant barrage of life's little annoyances, which in David's sometimes well-meaning but terminally fumbling hands don't tend to stay small for very long.
Splitting Up Together (2018)
Ellen DeGeneres serves as executive producer of this comedy that is based on a Danish series of the same name. Lena and Martin were certain enough that their marriage was over to make it official and go through the complicated untangling involved in filing for divorce. The last thing that they expected was to be brought back together by the experience, but they find their relationship strangely reignited by the experience. Together, they navigate their evolving relationship with open minds and newly reopened hearts.
My Three Sons (1960)
Widower Steve Douglas raises a trio of boys.
Three's Company (1976)
When two single girls need a roommate to share their Santa Monica apartment, they decide to offer a room to the guy they find passed out in the bathtub after the going-away party for their last roommate. Hijinks ensue.
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.
Heeeere's Conan! The former longtime host of "Late Night" and abbreviated presenter of "The Tonight Show" moves his talk show act to the cable arena, where he becomes the staple of TBS' late-night talk show lineup. Making the transition to basic cable with Conan is his on-again, off-again sidekick/announcer, Andy Richter. Said O'Brien in his typical dry tone, "In three months I've gone from network television to Twitter to performing live in theaters, and now I'm headed to basic cable. My plan is working perfectly."
Pokémon: Indigo League (2011)
"Indigo League" is where it all began as the first season of the long-running "Pokmon" animated series. Young Ash Ketchum is just beginning his Pokmon training as he reaches his 10th birthday. Things don't go as expected for the youngster, who gets a Pikachu instead of a standard first Pokmon. Winning gym badges is also tougher than Ash thought it would be. He's not alone in his quest for the badges, though, as former gym leaders Brock and Misty are by his side, along with some new friends.
Warehouse 13 (2009)
Following an abrupt transfer, Secret Service agents Pete Lattimer and Myka Bering find themselves in the middle of South Dakota at a massive, top-secret storage warehouse that holds every strange artifact, mysterious relic, out-of-this-world object and supernatural souvenir ever found by the U.S. government. Lattimer and Bering's new task, as directed by the warehouse's caretaker, longtime agent Artie Nielsen, is to investigate reports of unexplainable and paranormal activity in an effort to secure more peculiar and dangerous objects, and to help Artie manage the warehouse itself.
WWE SmackDown Live (1999)
The superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment settle scores as elaborate, long-running rivalries play out in weekly two-hour showdowns.
Three brothers, Rudra, Shivaay and Omkar, destroy the forlorn myth that the younger generation don't maintain strong family ties.
North Woods Law (2012)
Danger and drama are around every bend for elite workers of the Maine Warden Service, who are followed in this series as they navigate the Pine Tree State's rugged terrain during a busy and risk-filled hunting season. Whether they're tracking bears on mountain ranges, busting drunken drivers on ATVs, working undercover stings, or rescuing wayward woodsmen, these wardens risk their lives to protect animals and serve the people of Maine. The series also highlights fish and game officers in New Hampshire, who work tirelessly to preserve and protect the natural resources of the Granite State. The region's wild, rugged landscape attracts thousands of outdoors enthusiasts and makes the officers work diverse and demanding.
Behind the Music (1997)
An intimate look into the personal lives of pop stars.
My Country (2019)
At the end of the Goryeo period, there were those who led the charge to proclaim a new age -- and the ordinary individuals who risked everything.
Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai! (2015)
The show introduces you to two distinctly different neighbouring couples living in Kanpur.
World's Strictest Parents UK (2010)
Teenagers are sent to families in different countries to find out the right way to raise a child.
"QI" is a quite interesting quiz show in that correct answers are not necessarily the goal. But responding to presenter Sandi Toksvig's mostly obscure questions in a funny or interesting way, regardless of whether the response includes a right answer, is what scores points. And points are deducted if answers merely repeat common misconceptions and urban myth. It's OK to be wrong, but don't be obviously, boringly wrong. Toksvig welcomes to each episode a four-person panel made up of comedians, writers and broadcasters, plus permanent guest Alan Davies.
Beat Bobby Flay (2013)
Bobby Flay is no stranger to culinary competitions, whether he's hosting ("Bobby's Dinner Battle") or competing ("Throwdown With Bobby Flay"). In this program he does both. Each half-hour episode begins with two chefs competing to create a dish using an ingredient chosen by Flay. The winner of that challenge -- as determined by a special guest judge -- goes to the second round, in which he or she does battle against chef Flay. To make things a little more fair, the challenger has an advantage by being able to prepare a signature dish that is unknown to Bobby until the start of the round. Once he learns what the dish is, Flay must immediately come up with his own version. A panel determines the winner of the second round through a blind taste test. Food Network regulars Sunny Anderson, Anne Burrell and Giada De Laurentiis are among the judges appearing on the show.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964)
Like "The Avengers," "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." borrows from James Bond stories. The good guys, suave U.S. operative Napoleon Solo and sexy Russian Illya Kuryakin, work for U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement) and battle evil international syndicate THRUSH.
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.
After tackling modern times with "The Simpsons" and the future with "Futurama," producer Matt Groening steps into the past with "Disenchantment." The animated fantasy series geared toward adults takes place in the crumbling medieval kingdom of Dreamland. It follows the misadventures of hard-drinking young princess Bean, her feisty elf companion Elfo and personal demon Luci. The oddball trio encounters the likes of ogres, sprites, imps, trolls and human fools along the way. The voice cast features Abbi Jacobson as Bean and includes veteran voiceover artists such as John DiMaggio, Billy West and Maurice LaMarche.
Star Trek: Voyager (1995)
Kathryn Janeway is the captain of a starship that is lost in space and must travel across an unexplored region of the galaxy to find its way back home. On its way, the crew encounters different species they must deal with, but find that all their adventures only make them long for home.
Craig of the Creek (2018)
Ten- year-old Craig and his two friends venture through a world of untamed, child-dominated wilderness.
A teenage girl hides her secret from the world while trying to live her life.
seaQuest DSV (1995)
North and South (1985)
Patrick Swayze, Kirstie Alley and Lesley-Anne Down star in a 1985 miniseries based on John Jakes' novel about the Civil War and its effect on two families.
Mere Sai - Shraddha Aur Saburi (2017)
After witnessing the injustice due to religious and caste discrimination, Sai Baba faces several trials and tribulations on his journey to bring peace and love to society.
The daily syndicated newsmagazine delivers the latest in celebrity buzz, ranging from couples breaking up and making up to action on the Hollywood singles scene. Currently hosted by actor Mario Lpez, the show also covers the latest events in the entertainment industry -- including award shows and movie premieres -- often heading to the red carpet to ask celebrities about what they're wearing. The show always features an extensive lineup of celebrity interviews, during which the stars discuss their latest projects.
Pair of Kings (2010)
Fraternal twins Brady and Boomer are average teenagers until the day a representative from the country of Kinkow arrives at their Chicago high school to inform them that they are, in fact, heirs to the throne of the island nation. The boys relocate to claim their heritage, but it's not as easy as it sounds. The island is home to a number of odd superstitions and customs, which clash with their American upbringing, and a disgruntled cousin tries to thwart their every move, hoping to claim the throne for himself. But Brady eventually leaves the island for good. After learning of that, Boomer intends to follow Brady, but a storm keeps Boomer on Kinkow. That same storm forces inhabitants of a nearby island to move to Kinkow. Among those new inhabitants is Boz, Boomer's long-lost triplet brother. After discovering each other, Boomer and Boz get to know each other and learn to work together.
The Anna Nicole Show (2002)
The show follows former Playboy Playmate Anna Nicole Smith as she returns to the limelight after the death of her elderly millionaire husband and the continued court battle over his money. Other "characters" caught in her path include her teenage son, her lawyer, her purple-haired assistant and her black poodle, Sugar Pie.
Barney & Friends (1992)
Barney, America's favorite purple dinosaur, and his young friends share adventures featuring songs, dances and games that make learning fun. Barney and his dino-pals, Baby Bop, BJ and Riff are joined by a cast of children. The series focuses on caring, sharing and learning.
Magi: Adventure of Sinbad (2016)
As a boy, the future High King of the Seven Seas was determined to change the world.
Elijah Wood stars in this comedy based on a popular Australian series of the same name. Wood plays Ryan, a young man struggling to make his way in the world. That is, until he meets his neighbor's dog, Wilfred, and forms a unique friendship with the canine. Everyone else sees Wilfred as just a dog, but Ryan sees him as a crude, surly Australian bloke wearing a cheap dog suit. As the dog guides Ryan through a series of comedic, existential adventures, he also shows him how to overcome his fears and embrace the unpredictability and insanity of the world around him.
The All-New Super Friends Hour (1977)
The Justice League of America battles crime.
Making the Band (2000)
"Making the Band" chronicles the real-life drama behind the making of the male pop band O-Town, from the cross-country talent search to the band's training and recording process.
The Situation Room (2005)
"The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer" is the command center for breaking news, politics and extraordinary reports from around the world. Patterned after the concept of the White House Situation Room, CNN's lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer hosts newsmakers and experts to discuss and analyze the stories that are driving today's news.
Judge Joe Brown (1998)
The no-nonsense jurist who began his career in Tennessee presides over arbitration between civil litigants in lieu of a small claims court proceeding. "Judge Joe Brown" is one of several court shows that were created in the wake of the popularity of similar show "Judge Judy."
Brookside is a British soap opera set in Liverpool, England. The series began on the launch night of Channel 4 on 2 November 1982, and ran for 21 years until 4 November 2003. Originally intended to be called 'Meadowcroft', the series was produced by Mersey Television and it was conceived by Phil Redmond who also devised Grange Hill (1978–2008) and Hollyoaks (1995–present).
The half-hour program provides viewers with in-depth reporting on one or more of the major stories in the news, with occasional segments on pop culture. Journalists Juju Chang and Byron Pitts share hosting duties for this late-night program.
Bananas in Pajamas (1992)
Adventures of twin bananas and friends.
Family Feud (1976)
In this original version of iconic game show "Family Feud," actor Richard Dawson plays host to two teams, each comprised of five family members, who try to match the answers given to survey questions asked to groups of people (typically 100 people in the group). The family that wins the game by being the first to reach a certain point total, either 200 or 300 depending on the rules at the time, advances to the bonus round, called Fast Money, for a chance to win thousands of dollars by answering more survey questions.
Chiquititas, also known as Chiquititas Remake, is a 2013–2015 Brazilian soap opera written by Íris Abravanel, originally aired on SBT. Based on the original series of same name created by Cris Morena, it is also a remake of the previous version for that country. The soap opera is directed by Reynaldo Boury, with Ricardo Mantoanelli directing the music videos.
At Home With Jim and Joy (2016)
Husband and wife team Jim and Joy Pinto's show focuses on marriage, family and pro-life issues.
Bananas in Pyjamas (2011)
The animated adventures of B1 and B2, who have fun on Cuddles Avenue with their friends.
Tai Chi Chasers (2007)
The life of young orphan Rai changes when he discovers he is a descendant of the Tigeroids, an ancient race of peaceful beings locked in a struggle in a parallel universe with the ruthless Dragonoids. The two groups are racing to recover 500 lost tai-chi symbols. The potent symbols allow whoever finds them to possess the ultimate power to rule their realm and, perhaps more importantly, destroy their enemies. It's up to Rai to hone his tai-chi card skills to defeat the Dragonoids, recover the lost symbols and battle to become a champion Tai Chi Chaser.