Hiring criminals to catch criminals.
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All television shows in the history of ever that have had at least one character of significance.
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman!
A very tawdry and promiscuous apartment block.
The girls on the phones know all.
A girl is determined to be happy, no matter what life throws at her.
A working class family is bumped to the middle class after a winning lottery ticket.
Everyone dies. Except it’s not everyone. It would be a pretty boring show if it was everyone, I guess…
The secret lives of starlets is somehow meant to be interesting.
Why did Danny kill his aunt? Or did he?
London in 1763 is booming, and one in five women makes a living selling sex.
Vampire/Werewolf hybrids, vampires, werewolves, witches, immortals, and a big war down in the Big Easy.
Based on the movie of the same name, a diverse group of students at a predominantly white Ivy League college navigate various forms of racial and other types of discrimination.
Everyone lies. And it’s a whole house of it.
A catholic priest who solves crimes. Yeah okay.
Think of it like Friends, only queer and with people of color. So … you know. Good.
If you like Game of Thrones as a concept but wish it wasn’t so violent and brutal, watch this show instead. You’ll like it.
When Ashly’s 16 year-old cousin, Izzy, is left with her for the summer, Ashly finds she is not quite as hip as she thought.
Life changes for ordinary college student Paige after she auditions for a movie and lands a role in the big-budget blockbuster. The newfound fame turns Paige into Hollywood’s new “it” girl, forcing her to navigate the highs and lows of celebrity life — all while trying to balance her college workload. While Paige’s new career […]
An undercover detective is tormented by the possibility that her actions contributed to a tragedy.
A young man at a swimming school aims for the Olympics.