TV Series

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  • MIKE & MOLLY is a comedy about a working-class Chicago couple who find love just when they think they're destined to be alone. Officer Mike Biggs is an easygoing cop who found his perfect match in Molly Flynn. A former fourth grade teacher now aspiring writer, Molly is an indomitable spirit who throws herself wholeheartedly into every new project -- especially marriage. Mike and Molly still have the happy glow of newlyweds, but the first few years of bliss have had unexpected obstacles: like living in Molly's childhood home with Joyce, Molly's sassy, sharp-tongued mother; Joyce's husband, the ever-annoying Vince Moranto; and Victoria, Molly's party-girl sister. When Mike isn't sharing close quarters with his new family, he's sharing a squad car with his best friend and partner, Officer Carl McMillan. Carl fancies himself the quintessential tough Chicago cop, but he's really just a pussycat who wears his heart on his sleeve. Mike and Carl wouldn't be complete without their friendship with Samuel, a Senegalese waiter whose dry wit and diner food keeps the cops both fed and in their place. Not to be forgotten, however, is Mike's mom, Peggy -- a cantankerous old coot who would rather her baby boy move back in with her and her scruffy dog, Jim. All six of these crazy, loving and hysterical people need Mike and Molly in the very own special way. It's a wonder our charming couple are able to find their own little piece of happiness. But they always do.
  • Anna Faris and Emmy® winner Allison Janney star in this pulls-no-punches comedy from Chuck Lorre (The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Mike & Molly). Faris plays Christy, a single mom valiantly trying to overcome a lifetime of questionable choices. Now a year clean and sober, she's tested daily by her newly sober mom, Bonnie (Janney). Complicating things further is Christy's 17 year-old daughter, Violet, and young son, Roscoe. Violet has followed in both her mother and grandmother's footsteps by getting pregnant at a very young age. At first determined to keep the baby, Violet eventually decides to give her baby up for adoption. Throughout, Christy tries to remain positive and build a better life for herself and her family.
  • Emmy® winner Jon Cryer stars alongside the multitalented Ashton Kutcher in the Emmy®-nominated TWO AND A HALF MEN as the hit comedy series returns for its 12th season. The Malibu beach house has become an empty nest for billionaire entrepreneur Walden Schmidt (Kutcher) and his freeloading housemate Alan Harper (Cryer). But not for long. When Alan's previously unknown niece, Jenny (Amber Tamblyn), staggers onto the scene with a parade of partying women in tow, it's back to business as usual at the Harper/Schmidt house with hilarious new high jinks and hookups. After an on-again, off-again wedding for Alan's mother, Evelyn (Holland Taylor); an alter ego for Alan; temporary retirement for Berta (Conchata Ferrell); and a new job for Walden as an unpaid coder in a garage-tech startup, prepare for another year of Walden, Alan and Jenny as they develop affectionate bonds -- and occasional bondage -- in the long-running comedy that celebrates the opposite sex, the same sex, life, love, computer startups, family dustups and ... oh, men.
  • Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists - geniuses in the laboratory, but socially challenged everywhere else. Enter their beautiful, street-smart neighbor, Penny, who aims to teach them a thing or two about life. Despite their on-again, off-again relationship in the past, Leonard believes he's found true love with Penny and they have finally gotten engaged. Even Sheldon has found a female companion, entering into a "Relationship Agreement" with neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler. In their free time, Leonard and Sheldon continue to enjoy frequent trips to the comic book store and fantasy role-playing games with their ever-expanding universe of friends, including fellow scientists Koothrappali, Wolowitz and Wolowitz's adorable microbiologist wife, Bernadette.
  • Another year of bachelorhood brought many new adventures for roommates Walden Schmidt and Alan Harper. After his girlfriend turned down his marriage proposal, Walden was thrown back into the dating world in a serious way. He got invited to a threesome with Alan and his girlfriend, Lindsey, and then created a false identity in order to find a girl who wasn't after his money.

    When Walden's old friend Missy came to visit, Jake fell so head-over-heels for her he went AWOL from the Army. The guys may have thought things were going to slow down once Jake got transferred to Japan, but they're about to be proven wrong when a niece of Alan's, who shares more than a few characteristics with her father, shows up at the beach house.

  • The Middle: Series Four of Friends contains such gems as The One Where Ross Says Rachel, and The One Where Chandler Is Shut In A Box. The unforgettable Series Five is bookended with weddings and travels from London to Las Vegas. Episodes include The One With Chandler’s Fake Work Laugh and The One Where They All Find Out About Monica and Chandler. Changing room-mates and new romances are just some of the things that made Series 6 one of Friends’ most delightful and endearing. 

  • The groundbreaking first series chronicles the burgeoning friendships of Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross as they first charmed audiences worldwide. Through thick and thin, Friends became a global smash hit. Series Two features classic episodes such as The One Where Ross and Rachel... You Know, and The One Where Joey Moves Out. Series Three includes the infamous “We were on a break!” episode and for the first time, the chick and the duck!

  • You are cordially invited to join the festivities as the gang prepares for Monica and Chandler’s wedding alongside the episodes where Joey dates Rachel and the first appearance of baby Emma. Series Nine includes the hilarious two-part finale where they all go to Barbados. Filled with humour and bittersweet emotion, the tenth and final series of Friends finds Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross embarking on the next chapters in their lives. It’s guaranteed to be emotional!

  • Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists - wizards in the laboratory, but socially challenged outside of it. Enter beautiful, street-smart neighbor, Penny, who aims to teach them a thing or two about life. Despite their on-again, off-again relationship in the past, Leonard believes he's found true love with Penny. Even Sheldon has found a female companion - entering into a "Relationship Agreement" with neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler. In their free time, Leonard and Sheldon continue to enjoy frequent trips to the comic book store and fantasy role-playing games with their ever-expanding universe of friends, including fellow scientists Raj and Howard, and Howard's adorable microbiologist wife, Bernadette.

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  • In the first season of this clever comedy, 16-year-old Tessa is uprooted from her beloved New York City and planted in the suburban "purgatory" of Chatswin. But the suburbs aren't all bad as Tessa and her dad, George, discover, and with the help of the overly friendly suburbanites, the two find ways to survive their culture shock. Gradually, however, George and Tessa started to become what they swore they would never be: suburbanites. 

    Now, as the third season begins, they find themselves more at odds with bucolic Chatswin than ever before. George struggles to once again navigate life as a single suburban dad after a tumultuous breakup with Dallas, while Tessa, abandoned by her mother at the start of her senior year, no longer has any interest in trying to fit in. She and George recommit to walking amongst the suburban hordes without becoming them. Only Chatswin's pull is stronger than they anticipated. Meanwhile, the Shays suffer from empty-nest syndrome after Ryan goes off to college -- never mind that Lisa is still at home -- and Dallas deals with the loss of her relationship with George. But no one suffers from the breakup more than Dalia (according to Dalia), who misses her "Daddy Altman," and amplifies her feud with Tessa. Welcome back to SUBURGATORY.