Johnny Bravo tells the story of a biceps-bulging, karate-chopping free spirit who believes he is a gift from God to the women of the earth. Unfortunately for Johnny, everyone else sees him as a narcissistic Mama’s boy with big muscles and even bigger hair. In short, he is the quintessential guy who ‘just doesn’t get it.’ No matter what he does, or where he finds himself, he always winds up being his own worst enemy.
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Nicole Byer is living the Hollywood dream. Well, Hollywood adjacent – the deep valley to be precise – and it’s not so much a dream but a struggle. With the help of her two besties, Veronica and Devin, Nicole will have to navigate the “real world” as she endures humiliating auditions, unpaid electric bills and the romantic battlefield that is Tinder, all while slowly, but surely, finding her voice as a comedian.
Still The King
Vernon Brownmule, aka “Burnin’ Vernon,” is a scandal-ridden, washed-up, one-hit-wonder who was kicked out of country music, only to emerge 20 years later as the second best Elvis impersonator around. After crashing into an old country church sign during a drunken bender, he is arrested and sentenced to return and serve as the church’s handyman as part of his parole. Along the way, he pretends to be the congregation’s new minister and reconnects with a former one-night-stand, when he learns he has a 15-year-old daughter he’s never met.
Truth Be Told
If you can think it, they will say it. This unabashed new comedy is about two diverse couples, who are both neighbors and best friends. As they go through life side by side, they can’t help but analyze and obsess about EVERYTHING. From topics like sex and race, to the fact that the trusted new babysitter might just be a porn star, nothing is out of bounds for this wildly outspoken foursome.
Hugh, Larry and Rachel are three actor/comedians still waiting for their big break, struggling to make a name for themselves in Hollywood while their friends achieve fame and fortune. They’re the Nobodies.
I Can Hear Your Voice
I Can Hear Your Voice is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Lee Bo-young, Lee Jong-suk, and Yoon Sang-hyun. It aired on SBS from June 5 to August 1, 2013, on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 18 episodes.
Originally set for 16 episodes, due to its successful ratings the series was extended by 2 episodes.
The sleep Pacific Northwest town of Eureka is hiding a mysterious secret. The government has been relocating the world’s geniuses and their families to this rustic town for years where innovation and chaos have lived hand in hand. U.S. Marshal Jack Carter stumbles upon this odd town after wrecking his car and becoming stranded there. When the denizens of the town unleash on unknown scientific creation, Carter jumps in to try to restore order and consequently learns of one of the country’s best kept secrets.
BUNK’D, a spin-off of Jessie, follows siblings Emma, Ravi, and Zuri Ross as they leave their extravagant New York City penthouse and head off to Camp Kikiwaka, a rustic summer camp in Maine where their parents met as teenagers. Emma is learning to trust her instincts while Ravi continues to be the family’s voice of reason, and Zuri, the baby of the family, outsmarts and outwits everyone in her company. Together the Ross kids and their friends must navigate the hijinks and curveballs thrown by the owner of the camp, Gladys, who with the help of her sneaky niece Hazel, is out to get them because of her decades-old rivalry with their mom.
Mike & Molly
A comedy about a working class Chicago couple who find love at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting.
Single Ladies is an American comedy-drama television series on VH1 that debuted on May 30, 2011, as a two-hour television film. Created by Stacy A. Littlejohn and produced by Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Entertainment, the series chronicles the lives of three friends — Val, Keisha and April — and their relationships.
Transformers: Prime is an American computer-animated television series based on the Transformers toy franchise by Hasbro. The series aired on Hub Network from November 29, 2010 to July 26, 2013. The Transformers: Prime TV movie, Predacons Rising, will premiere in the Fall of 2013.
The first season became available for instant streaming through Netflix on April 5, 2012. The second season became available on December 7, 2012.
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A to Z
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A family of crooks assume the identity of an upper-middle-class suburban clan in the Deep South.
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