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  • Mike & Molly is a comedy about a working class Chicago couple who find love in the most unlikely of places. Officer Mike Biggs is an easy-going cop who's found his perfect match in Molly Flynn, an instantly likeable fourth-grade teacher with a great sense of humour.

    This ability to laugh through life is indispensable for Molly, who still lives at home with her over-indulgent sister, Victoria, and smart-talking mother, Joyce. Sharing the crowded house with a smile proves even more challenging for Mike, who's newly married to Molly - and feeling a little too "in" with the in-laws. It's no wonder, he seeks the companionship of his CPD partner, Officer Carl McMillan, a fast-talking wise-guy who still lives with his grandma and their friend, Senegalese waiter Samuel, whose dry wit and diner food keeps both cops fed and in their place. Between Joyce's lascivious fiancé Vince, Mike's cantankerous mother, Peggy, her scruffy dog Jim and the entire opinionated crowd of family and friends, Mike and Molly somehow find their own little haven of happiness.

  • The irreverent, satirical comedy Childrens Hospital returns for another season and continues to live up to its reputation as the greatest hospital drama in the history of recorded media. Featuring an all-star cast, the series stars Rob Corddry as Dr. Blake Downs, Malin Ackerman as Dr. Valerie Flame, Llake Bell as Dr. Cat Black, Erinn Hayer as Dr. Lola Spratt, Rob Huebel as Dr. Owen Maestro, Ken Marino as Dr. Glenn Ritchie, Megan Mulllally as Chief and Henry Winkler as Sy Mittleman.

    Applauded for its tight stories and medical accuracy (not really), this season reaches new heights: an airborne virus threatens to destroy the hospital and perhaps society, a search for the mysterious PA announcer Sal Viscuso reveals an undercurrent of evil powering the hospital, the origins of Chief's handicaps are revealed, a beloved regular character dies a couple of times and Sy gets a dog! Also, from across the pond, we bring you the British version of Childrens Hospital (subtitled, of course) and, finally, 30 percent more story and character development. For free!

  • In this hilarious new HBO comedy series, Kenny Powers, a washed-up former Major League Baseball star, is forced to return to his hometown to teach P.E. at his old middle school. While preparing for his triumphant return to the big leagues, Kenny moves in with his brothers family and proves adept at burning every bridge he crosses.

  • This high-concept action comedy follows Chuck Bartowski as the Buy More computer geek turned secret agent. When Chuck unwittingly downloads a database of government information and deadly fighting skills into his head, he becomes the CIA's most vital secret. This sets Chuck on a path to become a full-fledged spy, assisted by the stoic Colonel John Casey; Chuck's best friend, Morgan Grimes; and the CIA's top agent - and now Chuck's wife - Sarah Walker. With the help of this unlikely team and his unorthodox techniques, Chuck is ready to take Operation Bartowski freelance.

    Chuck's spy abilities will be put to a new test when he and his team must save mankind without the help of the CIA. Instead, they'll use the cover of the Buy More electronics store to fund their own operations, leading to new missions, new stakes and new obstacles. With Chuck and Sarah as newlyweds and his family in on his secret, it has never been harder for Chuck to separate his spy life from his personal life. Featuring an amazing ensemble cast and action unlike anything else on television, there is no mission too impossible for Chuck.

  • When we last dropped in on Jonathan Ames – New York writer, romantic, unlicensed private detective – he was taking a pounding in the boxing ring while still licking his (more painful) breakup wounds. Now that his second novel has been completed (and rejected), Jonathan is augmenting his income by moonlighting as a creative-writing teacher, while taking on some new, desperate clients, ranging from a kinky policeman to the publishing rival of his sexagenarian pal, George Christopher. How he solves anything is a mystery.

  • Who will you become to get what you want? That's the question facing Ben and Cam in Season 2 of this HBO comedy series that follows the 20-something friends as they continue their pursuit of success in the world of big-time New York City fashion. This season, as they keep working to get their Crisp line of t-shirts and hoodies off the ground following a potentially lucrative trip to Japan.

  • An emotional and provocative series, 'In Treatment' brings dynamic focus to a staple of modern society - the psychotherapy session. Adapted from a popular Israeli series, the show follows psychoanalyst Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne, who won a Golden Globe® for his role) through his week, capturing sessions with his patients. 

    In season two, Paul has moved his practice to Brooklyn, following his divorce from his wife Kate. Rebuilding his practice while wrestling with some of the demons he left behind - including a lawsuit filed by the father of Alex, a patient who died last year - Paul commutes back to Maryland every Friday to see his children and to continue his own sessions with Dr. Gina Toll (Emmy® & Oscar® winner Dianne Wiest).

  • Manicured lawns. Cookie-cutter homes. Big lips. Little nose jobs. Synchronized sprinkler systems. A massive mall featuring the latest in animal print and food-court cuisine. Welcome to the suburbs, heaven for many. But for one teenage transplant from New York City, the suburbs represent her unique version of hell. Forget purgatory - this is suburgatory.

    With her motorcycle boots and oversized backpack, 16-year-old Tessa is perfectly at ease navigating the urban jungle she grew up in. So when her dad, George, a handsome architect in his late 30s, relocates her to greener pastures, Tessa goes into culture shock. What is this foreign land, where everyone is chauffeur-driven by their mothers in fully loaded SUVs? Tessa doesn't have either of those things - she walks everywhere and she grew up with just her dad - but now she is drawing lots of unwanted attention from overbearing suburban moms, like the blonde, bronze and buxom Dallas Royce. Dallas, mother of Dalia, Tessa's new nemesis, is intent on taking Tessa shopping, feeding her pot roast and snagging more face-time with Tessa's handsome father.

    Will George be able to survive his own relocation plan? Will Tessa? Suburgatory is a family comedy that asks us not to judge our neighbours until we've gardened in their clogs. It is also about one man's struggle to answer the question that has plagued parents for all time: Is the safe choice really the right choice?

  • Mike & Molly is a comedy about a working class Chicago couple who find love at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting. Officer Mike Biggs is a good-hearted cop who sincerely wants to lose weight. Mike's partner, Officer Carl McMillan, is a thin, fast-talking wise-guy who lives with his grandma and, despite his teasing, encourages Mike on his road to slimness and romance.

    While speaking at an O.A. meeting, Mike meets Molly Flynn, an instantly likeable fourth-grade teacher with a good sense of humor about her curves. For Molly, focusing on smart choices isn't easy while living with her sexy older sister, Victoria, and their mother, Joyce, both of whom flaunt their effortless figures while indulging their healthy appetites right in front of her. Mike also faces temptation at the diner he and Carl frequent, where they've become friends with a Senegalese waiter, Samuel, to whom dieting is a foreign concept. Mike and Molly found each other in the most unexpected of places. Now, they're about to find out where their quest for companionship will take them.

  • Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists, the kind of "beautiful minds" that understand how the universe works. But none of that genius helps them interact with people, especially women. All this begins to change when a free-spirited beauty named Penny moves in next door. 

    Sheldon, Leonard's roommate, is quite content spending his nights playing Klingon Boggle with their socially dysfunctional friends, fellow Caltech scientists Wolowitz and Koothrappali. However, Leonard sees in Penny a whole new universe of possibilities... including love.