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  • America in 1920. The Great War is over, Wall Street is about to boom and everything is for sale, even the World Series. It is a time of change when women are getting the vote, broadcast radio is introduced, and young people rule the world.

    On the beach in southern New Jersey sits Atlantic City, a spectacular resort known as "The World's Playground," a place where rules don't apply. Massive hotels line its famous Boardwalk, along with nightclubs, amusement piers and entertainment to rival Broadway. For a few dollars, a working man can get away and live like a king -- legally or illegally.  The undisputed ruler of Atlantic City is the town's Treasurer, Enoch "Nucky" Thompson, (Steve Buscemi) a political fixer and backroom dealer who is equal parts politician and gangster and equally comfortable in either role. Because of its strategic location on the seaboard, the town is a hub of activity for rum-runners, minutes from Philadelphia, hours from New York City and less than a day's drive from Chicago. And Nucky Thompson takes full advantage.

    On the beach in southern New Jersey sits Atlantic City, a spectacular resort known as "The World's Playground," a place where rules don't apply. Massive hotels line its famous Boardwalk, along with nightclubs, amusement piers and entertainment to rival Broadway. For a few dollars, a working man can get away and live like a king -- legally or illegally.

    The undisputed ruler of Atlantic City is the town's Treasurer, Enoch "Nucky" Thompson, (Steve Buscemi) a political fixer and backroom dealer who is equal parts politician and gangster and equally comfortable in either role. Because of its strategic location on the seaboard, the town is a hub of activity for rum-runners, minutes from Philadelphia, hours from New York City and less than a day's drive from Chicago. And Nucky Thompson takes full advantage.

  • Larry David has got it all: a loving wife, good friends, and a successful career - what could possibly go wrong? Co-creator and executive producer of the long running hit series "Seinfeld", David tackles a new, but familiar, topic in his latest show - himself.

    Shot cinema-verité style and mostly improvised, each half-hour episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" proves how the seemingly trivial details of day-to-day life - a trip to the movies, a phone call, holding an elevator - can precipitate a "Murphy's Law" chain of misfortune to hilarious effect.

    Surrounded by an eclectic mix of real and fictional re-creations of his friends and enemies, prone to speaking the unspeakable and honest to the point of insensitivity, Larry David - like George Costanza in "Seinfeld" - is a walking victim of misunderstandings and missed opportunities.

  • As if vampires, werewolves, werepanthers and shapeshifters weren't enough, Sookie Stackhouse and her allies in Bon Temps are about to face another round of otherworldly threats. It's time to bare your fangs for Season Four of this acclaimed HBO drama series that continues the story of this human/fairy waitress with telepathic gifts and an irresistible attraction to a vampire named Bill Compton. Though the bloody threat of Russell Edgington may have passed (for now), fresh trouble is brewing in Bon Temps... and many questions remain unanswered.

  • Summers span decades. Winters can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun.

    It will stretch from the south, where heat breeds plots, lusts and intrigues; to the vast and savage eastern lands; all the way to the frozen north, where an 800-foot wall of ice protects the kingdom from the dark forces that lie beyond. Kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars, lords and honest men... all will play the 'Game of Thrones.'

    A new original series based on George R.R. Martin's best-selling 'A Song of Ice and Fire' series. 

  • On the beach in southern New Jersey sits Atlantic City, a spectacular resort known as "The World's Playground" a place where rules don't apply. Massive hotels line its famous Boardwalk, along with nightclubs, amusement piers and entertainment to rival Broadway. For a few dollars, a working man can get away and live like a king, legally or illegally.

    The undisputed ruler of Atlantic City is the town's Treasurer, Enoch "Nucky" Thompson, (Steve Buscemi) a political fixer and backroom dealer who is equal parts politician and gangster and equally comfortable in either role. Because of its strategic location on the seaboard, the town is a hub of activity for rum-runners, minutes from Philadelphia, hours from New York City and less than a day's drive from Chicago. And Nucky Thompson takes full advantage.

  • It's been a great ride, now comes the climax! Belle is back and living the London dream. Glamorous, intelligent and witty but there is one thing that sets Belle apart from other successful career women her age... Belle is a high class escort.

    In season 4, Belle takes on a new relationship with best friend Ben and the new role of managing Stephanie's escort business. The stakes have never been higher for Belle - accepting Ben's offer of a lasting relationship means that Belle has a real chance of happiness; but Ben is her one true friend and if she messes up, she'll lose him forever. And with Stephanie in prison for her dodgy finances, Belle finds herself being an - albeit reluctant - Madam, whilst also becoming the unlikely guardian of Stephanie's innocent 19 year old daughter, Poppy. As Belle starts to manage other girls - including the unmanageable Dominatrix, Charlotte - she still finds some time for some new, unmissable clients – The Virgin, The Adult Baby, The Wrestling Fetishist and, don’t miss, Count Dracula himself... But as Belle exceeds in her professional life, her personal life starts to fall apart... Will she give up ‘Belle’ for Ben and commit to being just ‘Hannah’ or will she cut all ties and throw herself into the world of prostitution forever?

  • In Bon Temps, everyone has something to hide. But when new threats emerge, no one can conceal the secrets of their past.

    After Sookie discovers that Bill’s been kidnapped, she heads to Mississippi where she becomes entangled in a world ruled by a pack of vicious werewolves and the powerful Vampire King, Russell Edgington. There, her powers resurface and she learns that Bill may not be trusted. Eric is also drawn to the King’s domain to settle an old score; Tara dives deep into turmoil; Jason falls for a mysterious woman; Lafayette can’t avoid love or demons; Jessica sharpens her vampire skills; and Sam uncovers the truth about his birth family. It all leads up to the revelation of the series... Sookie’s true identity.

  • In this third season Belle (Billie Piper) is attempting to juggle three very separate identities: Hannah, a high-class independent escort and a published author. For her, it is a continual battle to conceal all her different lives.

    That conflict is made more difficult when her sister Jackie (Joanna Bobin) comes to stay. Matters become even more complicated when Jackie starts to go out with Hannah’s ex, Ben (Iddo Goldberg). Meanwhile, Bambi (Ashley Madekwe) falls for a client, the hedonistic, young aristocrat Bryon (David Dawson). It appears that everyone has a partner, except Belle. Only one man really ‘gets’ her – Duncan (Jams D’Arcy), the editor of her book. As Belle embarks on ever more extreme experiences to provide ‘good material’ for the book, she finds herself drawn to Duncan. She hopes that an (unpaid) relationship with a man could have a future. Duncan knows everything about her. But does Belle know everything about Duncan? Belle is about to find out...

  • As the Emmy® - winning drama continues for its sixth season, successful plastic surgeons Christian Troy and Sean McNamara are beginning to feel the strain of the crumbling economy now that they have finally settled their practice in Beverly Hills from Miami and gotten used to the way business is done in sunny California. This acclaimed and edgy medical drama explores the dark side of plastic surgery and the painful - sometimes violent - lengths people will go to in their quest for external beauty.

  • Larry David has got it all: a loving wife, good friends, and a successful career - what could possibly go wrong? Co-creator and executive producer of the long running hit series "Seinfeld", David tackles a new, but familiar, topic in his latest show - himself.

    Shot cinema-verité style and mostly improvised, each half-hour episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" proves how the seemingly trivial details of day-to-day life - a trip to the movies, a phone call, holding an elevator - can precipitate a "Murphy's Law" chain of misfortune to hilarious effect.

    Surrounded by an eclectic mix of real and fictional re-creations of his friends and enemies, prone to speaking the unspeakable and honest to the point of insensitivity, Larry David - like George Costanza in "Seinfeld" - is a walking victim of misunderstandings and missed opportunities.