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Inside the Story is a nightly current affairs program hosted by Jamie Sturgeon, featuring front line investigative reports that explore the major social, political and general news stories of the present news cycle.
Empire is a powerful drama about a family dynasty set within the glamorous and sometimes dangerous world of hip-hop music, the show revolves around the Lyons and their media company, Empire Entertainment.
This year, celebrity hopefuls will be leaving their comfort zones at the door as they battle it out to be crowned champion in The X Factor: Celebrity. This brand-new take on the UK’s most talked about music talent show will feature some of the biggest names from the world of music, film, sport, television and social media. Those who make it through the first stage and all the way to the live shows in London will compete to ultimately win a life changing record deal.
“Access Hollywood” currently in its 24th season, is an Emmy Award-nominated, daily half-hour and nationally syndicated entertainment news program hosted by Kit Hoover. Along with senior correspondent Scott Evans and correspondent Sibley Scoles, the show takes viewers behind the velvet ropes and on to the red carpet to deliver the hottest celebrity interviews and the biggest entertainment news stories in Hollywood.
60 Minutes, the most successful television broadcast in history, offers hard-hitting investigative reports, interviews, feature segments and profiles of people in the news.
20/20 combines hard-hitting investigative reports, newsmaker interviews and compelling human interest and feature stories.
Television’s most popular true-crime series, 48 Hours investigates shocking cases and compelling real-life dramas with journalistic integrity and cutting-edge style.
CHCH brings the biggest stars straight to your living room all week long. Watch our preeminent popcorn flick of the week – the Sunday Blockbuster – for the best of Hollywood drama, comedy, action and romance every Sunday night.
Three contestants claim to be a person with an unusual distinction or occupation; one is telling the truth, and the other two are impostors. Four panelists ask them questions in hopes of identifying which contestant is telling the truth.
British Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe is accused of conspiracy to murder his gay ex-lover and forced to stand trial in 1979.
After winning a high-profile case, streetwise lawyers and life-long friends Peter Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Jared Franklin (Breckin Meyer) are recruited to shake things up at a stuffy law firm. Now living large in the buttoned-down world of corporate law, these two legal rebels continue to practice their freewheeling courtroom style.
Enforcing his own brand of justice a strong-willed, quiet lawman haunted by his past, U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) has returned to his native Kentucky to do what he has always done best – see that justice is served. When a case brings him face-to-face with an old friend who is now on the wrong side of the law, Raylan must also confront some long unfinished business with his ex-wife and aging father. This series is based on a short story by the international best-selling author of 3:10 to Yuma and Get Shorty, Elmore Leonard.
Carrie Wells, a former police detective, has a rare ability to remember virtually everything she experiences including detailed visual recall. She returns to police work and uses her ability to solve crimes.
Barbara Eden and Larry Hagman star in this classic ‘60s comedy about a genie and her master. When astronaut Tony Nelson is forced to crash-land on a remote Pacific island, he finds a strange bottle that’s washed ashore. When he opens it, out pops a genie named Jeannie. Not only does she get him back to civilization safely, she also smuggles herself aboard the rescue plane. Jeannie becomes Tony’s constant companion. But though she happily grants his every wish, she causes more than her fair share of trouble.
United by love, Darrin and Samantha Stephens may look like a classic American couple, but they have a secret that distinguishes them from their suburban neighbours – ad executive Darrin is a mortal, but Samantha is a beautiful witch. In their first year together as husband and wife, Darrin not only learns some valuable lessons about the power of witchcraft, but discovers that by marrying Samantha, he’s married into her witchy family, too.
A spin-off of Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley shows the misadventures of two single women in the 1950s and ’60s. The hit comedy follows their lives as best friends and roommates who work together as bottle-cappers in the Shotz Brewery.
Sandra Dee stars as everyone’s favorite teenager, Gidget. While hitting the beach during summer vacation she falls for two surfers at the same time. Though they make fun of her at first, they teach her to surf. Soon she’s accepted and given the nickname “Gidget.” This wholesome 50’s classic spawned several sequels and a television series.
Kevin Arnold recalls growing up during the late 60s and early 70s; the turbulent social times make the transition from child to adult unusually interesting.
Set in Indianapolis, this beloved, long-running series takes a comedic but realistic look at divorcee Ann Romano and her daily struggle to find her own identity while raising her two daughters, rebellious Julie and level-headed Barbara. Building superintendent Dwayne Schneider helps take care of the family, while lawyer David Kane tempts Ann to reconsider her single state. Ann’s priority, however, is discovering her own potentials, which include a new career, raising her daughters and learning more about herself and her world.
With his dry-cleaning business booming, loudly opinionated George Jefferson moves his family – level-headed wife Louise and son Lionel – to the upper east side. But life in a luxurious Manhattan high-rise holds unexpected pitfalls for George, including problems with the neighbours, his maid, his eccentric British neighbour, and his son’s relationship with Jenny, the Willises’ mixed-race daughter. The marriage proved to be a successful one, but as with all events in their lives, it too was accompanied by its share of problems, confusion, and, most of all, humour.
Young Danny Bonaduce lands a leading role on television’s The Partridge Family and looks forward to fame and fortune. But he soon finds that stardom creates its own special problems. His father becomes jealous over Danny’s success, while his co-star, serious musician David Cassidy, lashes out in his frustration over the groups sappy pop image. Band mom, Shirley Jones, watching helplessly as frictions on the set increase and Danny’s real family disintegrates, convinces a co-star to take the boy under his wing. In time, the actors develop real relationships with one another until they realize that they have become as close as a real family.
ST. ELSEWHERE is the award-winning, critically acclaimed, ambitious and realistic medical drama about the always under-the-gun doctors and nurses of St. Eligius: an understaffed, underfunded, and always chaotic teaching hospital in a deteriorating section of Boston
This spinoff from the hit series Maude centers on the trials and tribulations of the Evans family, poor but proud residents of a Chicago housing project. Hard-working patriarch James and his wife Florida struggle to provide for their three children: aspiring artist J.J., crusader for justice Michael, and Thelma, often the voice of reason amid the chaos of her two brothers. The show’s socially relevant comedy provides a look inside inner-city America during the turbulent ‘70s, addressing the issues facing families struggling to rise above poverty and discrimination.
TAXI is a half-hour comedy series that centers around the eclectic staff of a New York city cab company. While trying to deal with tyrannical dispatcher Louie De Palma (Danny DeVito), they build friendships as they struggle for success in other careers, love and life.
All About America, Buddies & Friendship, Heroes & Villains, Police & Detectives, Politics & Law/Legal, Remarkable Stories From Everyday People, When: 1980s, Who: Black People & Stories, Who: Latino/a People & Stories, Who: Women, Work Life
Top-rated, 28-time Emmy-winning half-hour comedy series centering on the colorful characters who frequent a Boston bar owned by a former Red Sox pitcher.
This nostalgic comedy set in Milwaukee, Wisconsin focused on the Cunninghams and their two kids, Richie and Joanie as they hang out at the local drive-in and explore love, friendship and growing up in the 1950s.