TV Series

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  • Executive produced by Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, and Gary Goetzman, The Pacific is an epic ten-part miniseries.  The Pacific tracks the intertwined real-life stories of three U.S. Marines: Robert Leckie, John Basilone, and Eugene Sledge; across the vast canvas of the Pacific Theater during World War II.  The miniseries follows these men and their fellow Marines from their first battle with the Japanese on Guadalcanal, through the rain forests of Cape Gloucester and the strongholds of Peleliu, across the bloody sands of Iwo Jima and through the horror of Okinawa, and finally to their triumphant but uneasy return home after V-J Day.

    The Pacific is based in part on the books 'Helmet for My Pillow' by Robert Leckie, and 'With the Old Breed' by Eugene B. Sledge, with additional material from 'Red Blood, Black Sand' by Chuck Tatum, and 'China Marine' by Eugene B. Sledge, as well as original interviews conducted by the filmmakers.

  • From Emmy® Award winners Ann Biderman, Chris Chulack and John Wells comes a raw, authentic look at police work in Los Angeles, Southland takes viewers inside the lives of cops, criminals, victims and their families. 

    Unlike most dramas set in the world of law enforcement, Southland places its primary focus on the officers, detectives and a gang unit whose cases sometimes intertwine - showing the tough job they face and the triumphs and tragedies that populate their personal lives.

  • Friendly rival. Mentor. Student. Ally. Each time Batman joins forces with a DC Comics Super Hero, he assumes more than just his super hero persona. While taking a partner helps in bagging criminals, it tends to make “Bats” even edgier. 

    In these four action-packed episodes, Batman teams up with Green Arrow, Wildcat, Deadman and Blue Beetle for battles with a crazed scientist intent on ruling the world, a crazed sorceress intent on ruling medieval England and crazed teenagers – what he would give for a non crazy villain just once. From the new hit show that’s bringing back old-school comic-book styling and a dry wit to crime fighting, Batman faces any peril – including other heroes stealing the show – in his relentless pursuit of justice.

  • Being a teenage hero is tougher than you think! Ben is back with even more alien powers and mysteries to uncover.

    Between alien secrets, family secrets, and not-so-secret crushes, Ben has more adventures than he can handle. But with the help of Gwen, Kevin, and all-new alien heroes like Spidermonkey - Ben is always ready to go hero!

  • How to Make It in America follows two enterprising twentysomethings as they hustle their way through New York City, determined to achieve their version of the American Dream. Trying to make a name for themselves in the city's competitive fashion scene, Ben Epstein and his friend and business partner Cam Calderon use their street knowledge and connections to make their way up.

  • 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...

  • People have secrets, and secrets can be dangerous. But nobody deserves to die. This is the thinking of Christopher Chance, a mysterious security agent for hire who assumes different identities, at times literally becoming a human target on behalf of his clients.

    Using the popular DC Comics title as a springboard for riveting and intelligent action and adventure, Human Target provides a thrill ride with no clear boundaries. Resourceful, driven and compelled by a force known only to him, this take-charge antihero will barter his services for an aged bottle of scotch, much to the chagrin of his shadowy associates. If someone is threatened or a life is in danger... leave it to Chance.

  • The world's nerdiest secret agent is back in the one-hour action-comedy series Chuck. Zachary Levi stars as Chuck Bartowski, the Buy More electronics store computer geek who unwittingly becomes the government's most vital secret agent.

    At the end of last season, Chuck was transformed into the Intersect 2.0 after receiving another data download into his brain. This time, however, he not only knows government secrets, he is also equipped with the knowledge and coordination of deadly fight skills. Chuck finally has the potential to become a real agent. There's just one problem - his emotions. Can Chuck keep his emotions in check as he assumes his new role as the Intersect 2.0? His handlers will still be there to protect him, but they also must help him become the agent he is destined to be.