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  • William H. Macy stars in this racy and edgy adaptation of the long-running British family drama as Frank Gallagher, the alcoholic patriarch of a large, unconventional, blue-collar family. In the U.S. version, the sprawling Gallagher family has been transplanted to working-class Chicago during the challenging times of today's recession. Making ends meet is always difficult, especially with a mother who is AWOL and a father who usually ends up passed out on the living room floor. Emmy Rossum stars as oldest daughter Fiona, who is left to the often impossible task of keeping her five younger brothers and sisters on track.

  • After three seasons of watching Chicago's favourite couple find each other, find love and find a comfortable married life for themselves, the fourth season finds Mike Biggs and Molly Flynn further exploring their relationship, their family and friends and the crazy world around them. With the ever-present support of her beat-cop Mike and her family - including her over-indulged sister Victoria, flirtatious mother Joyce and Joyce's lascivious new husband Vince - Molly sets out to be the woman she was always meant to be. In a season filled with surprises, Mike, along with his friends - his fast-talking Chicago PD partner Carl McMillan, sarcastic Senegalese waiter Samuel, and even Mike's caustic mother Peggy - are given the chance to see what Molly unleashed can really do.

  • 2 Broke Girls is a fun, outrageous, Emmy®-winning comedy series about the unlikely friendship that develops between two very different young women waitressing at a colourful diner in Brooklyn, New York, who form a bond over their dream of one day owning a successful cupcake business. Only one thing stands in their way - they're broke. Executive produced and co-created by Emmy® Award winner Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City), 2 Broke Girls was the #1 new comedy of the 2011-2012 season, delivering an average of over 11 million viewers, and won the 2012 People's Choice Award for Favorite New TV Comedy.

    Starring Kat Dennings (Thor films, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist) and exciting discovery Beth Behrs (American Pie Presents: The Book of Love), 2 Broke Girls infuses the classic comedy with something new, current and young, proving life can be fun - even if you're broke. Max and Caroline... they put the "class" in working class.

  • 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 - you just have to see things in a certain light. 

    In season two, as Tessa spends time away from Chatswin getting to know her recently resurfaced mom, who has been gone for most of Tessa's life, George battles a case of empty-nest syndrome. Could this be the perfect time for the bronzed, buxom and buoyant Dallas to strike on the newly single George? Meanwhile, Tessa is surprised to find that she and frenemy Dalia have something in common, and that Tessa actually misses Chatswin when she's not there. More specifically, she's surprised by who she misses. Could Chatswin be home after all? 

  • Patricia Heaton stars as Frankie Heck in this warm and witty single-camera comedy about raising a family and lowering your expectations. Middle-aged, middle class and living in the middle of the country, Frankie Heck is a harried wife and working mother of three who uses her wry wit and sense of humor to try to get her family through each day intact. Frankie's unflappable husband, Mike, is a manager at the local quarry and her sardonic partner in the daily grind that is raising their average - yes, most definitely average - family. 

    In between juggling shifts and picking up fast food dinners eaten in front of the TV, Frankie and Mike raise their kids with love and solid Midwestern practicality. Axl is the oldest, a teenage jock who eats the family out of house and home and walks around in his underwear. Then there's Sue, their extraordinarily ordinary teen daughter who fails at just about everything she tries with great gusto - although now that she's in high school, she has high hopes that things are turning around. Finally, there's Brick, their quirky fifth-grader, who reads constantly and whispers to himself. But through all the madness shines a loving family -and together, they're putting The Middle on the map.

  • A lot of young girls move to New York City to "make it". Max and Caroline are just trying to make their rent. In this fun, outrageous comedy series written by Emmy® Award winner Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City) and white-hot stand-up comedian Whitney Cummings, two girls from very different backgrounds - Max, poor from birth, and Caroline, born wealthy but down on her luck - wind up as waitresses in the same colourful Brooklyn diner and strike up an unlikely friendship that could lead to a successful business venture. All they need to do is come up with $250,000 in start-up expenses. Max and Caroline... they put the "class" in working class.

  • The Emmy® Award-nominated Two and a Half Men, a comedy about men, women, sex, dating, divorce, mothers, single parenthood, sibling relations, surrogate families, money and, most importantly, love. More specifically, it's about the lives of two brothers, a son/nephew and the many women who surround them all.

    Charlie Harper is a well-to-do bachelor with a house at the beach, a Mercedes in the garage and an easy way with women. His casual Malibu lifestyle is interrupted when his tightly wound brother, Alan, and Alan's son, Jake, come to stay with him. Despite the complexities of their lives and their own strained relationship, Charlie and Alan have one thing in common: They both love Jake and want what's best for him. As a result, they manage to create a little family unit that promises to make each one of them a better man.

  • Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists - wizards in the laboratory, but socially inept outside of it. Enter beautiful, free-spirited neighbor, Penny, who aims to teach them a thing or two about life.

    While Leonard spends his days looking for love, Sheldon is quite content video-chatting with platonic partner Amy Farrah Fowler, or playing Star Trek 3-D chess with their ever-expanding universe of friends, including fellow scientists Koothrappali and Wolowitz, and Wolowitz's wife, the adorable micro-biologist, Bernadette.

  • Emmy® Award winner Jon Cryer stars alongside the multitalented Ashton Kutcher and Angus T. Jones in the Emmy® -nominated Two and a Half Men, as the hit comedy series returns for its tenth season. Kutcher stars as Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt, looking to start over in love and life. 

    Walden buys the Malibu beach house where tightly wound divorcé Alan Harper and his underachieving teenage son, Jake, have been living rent-free for almost a decade. The carefree Walden keeps on his live-in houseguests for companionship - as well as domineering housekeeper Berta. Despite Alan's unsuccessful history with women, he finds himself mentoring the aloof Walden in the ways of love. While Walden, Alan and Jake adjust to their new living arrangement, they strangely form a family bond that promises to make each of them a better man.

  • A lot of young girls move to New York City to "make it." Max and Caroline are just trying to make their rent. In this fun, outrageous comedy series from Emmy® Award winner and executive producer Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City), two girls from very different backgrounds -Max, poor from birth, and Caroline, born wealthy but down on her luck - wind up as waitresses in the same colourful Brooklyn diner and strike up an unlikely friendship that could lead to a successful business venture. All they need to do is come up with $250,000 in start-up expenses. 

    Starring Kat Dennings (Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, Thor) and exciting new discovery Beth Behrs, 2 Broke Girls infuses the classic comedy with something new, current and young, proving life can be fun - even if you're broke. Max and Caroline... they put the "class" in working class.