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Rising Star TV show on ABC

Rising Star

Hosted by Josh Groban, this singing competition follows a group of aspiring singers as they audition in live performances. Celebrity experts like Brad Paisley, Kesha, and Ludacris have their input but the viewers at home are the real judges. During the performances, viewers can vote via an App in real time to determine if the singer will advance in the competition. Each performance begins with the contestant singing behind a screen called "The Wall." If the contestant receives 70% of "Yes" votes, he/she moves on to the next round. The experts each have 7% of the vote, which is added to the percentage should they vote "Yes." Adding to the performer's pressure, is the fact that they can see how the voting is going during the performance, so the feedback is immediate. As the weeks progress, competitors are eliminated if their performances fail to raise the wall. In the final stage of the competition, four singers will compete to win the title of "The Next Rising Star."
Believe TV show on NBC

Believe

Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), a young girl, has had gifts she could neither fully understand nor control -- like levitation, telekinesis, the ability to control nature, and to see the future. Now that she's 10 years old, her powers have become stronger and the threat from malevolent forces -- those that would use her abilities to control the world -- has grown more dangerous. With her life and future in jeopardy, Bo's protector, Milton Winter (Delroy Lindo), turns to an unlikely source to keep her safe -- Tate (Jake McLaughlin), a wrongfully imprisoned death row inmate who's lost his will. Tate and Bo begin an extraordinary journey, one in which trust must be earned. On the run and traveling from city to city, every place they stop and everyone they meet are changed forever. They have to keep going to stay one step ahead of the evil forces after Bo's power. Other characters include Channing (Jamie Chung), an associate of Winter's; Skouras (Kyle MacLachlan), Winter's former partner who's after Bo for unknown reasons; and Corey (Arian Moayed).
Enlisted TV show

Enlisted

This single-camera comedy series revolves around three brothers and a group of misfit soldiers on a small Florida Army post. Staff Sergeant Pete Hill (Geoff Stults) is charming, funny and a natural-born leader. He was on a path for a huge military career until one mistake overseas (he punched his commanding officer) got him booted stateside to Fort McGee where his two younger brothers are stationed. Now their platoon sergeant, Pete must serve both as big brother and military boss. Corporal Derrick Hill (Chris Lowell) is the middle brother. He's too smart and sarcastic for his own good and likes to stir up trouble. Private Randy Hill (Parker Young) is the hyper-enthusiastic and very goofy youngest brother who wants to be the gung-ho "G.I. Joe" military ideal.
Drop Dead Diva TV show

Drop Dead Diva

As the series begins, a vapid blonde aspiring model named Deb Dobson (Brooke D'Orsay) is killed in a car crash. As her soul enters the gates of Heaven, she finds herself declared a self-centered "zero" by the gatekeeper, Fred (Ben Feldman). Not liking what she's heard, she presses return, hoping to get back to Earth. Deb gets her wish but doesn't end up in her own body. Instead, she finds herself deposited inside recently-deceased Jane Bingum (Brooke Elliott). Jane's a highly-intelligent, plus-size attorney who was accidentally shot. Superficial Deb is initially horrified by her new form but in time begins to discover the meaning of inner beauty.
Crisis TV show on NBC

Crisis

This action/thriller series poses the question, "How do you bring the most powerful people in the world to their knees?" Answer: threaten the people they hold most dear. Ballard High School educates the children of Washington, DC's elite -- top-of-their-industry CEOs, international diplomats, political power players, and even the President's son. Students of the school are on a field trip when their bus is ambushed on a secluded rural road. The teenagers and their chaperones are taken hostage and a national crisis is ignited.
Chasing Life TV show on ABC Family

Chasing Life

This dramatic series follows a twenty-something aspiring journalist whose world is turned upside down when she learns that she has cancer. Smart, charismatic and quick-witted, April Carver (Italia Ricci) seems poised to have it all. She's landed a job at a major Boston newspaper and a date with her super-sexy co-worker -- all while managing to be a supportive daughter, grand-daughter and sister to her family (who lost their patriarch to a tragic accident two years earlier). In an unexpected twist of fate, April lands in the hospital where her estranged uncle, George, works as an oncologist. While there, she learns the devastating news that she has cancer. However, April refuses to give up her dreams and goals and fights to keep her life from unraveling. April's mother is Sara Carver (Mary Page Keller), a professional therapist who's beautiful, smart, good-hearted and fiercely protective of her family. Following the sudden death of her husband, Sara is nervous but finally ready to return to the dating scene. Sara's other daughter is Brenna (Haley Ramm). She's a rebellious teen who will always choose a party over homework -- a habit that's gotten her into serious trouble in the past. She continues to test her mother's patience and envies the perfect image her sister April seems to effortlessly uphold. April's fun-loving but level-headed best friend and loyal confidant is Beth Kingston (Aisha Dee); a vibrant, young Australian-born girl in her twenties with a keen eye for fashion. Beth still works as a barista at the same coffee shop April left months ago to pursue her dreams. She optimistically believes that the best is yet to come and is determined to enjoy all that a carefree life has to offer in the meantime. Cultured and attractive, Dominic Russo (Richard Brancatisano) is the Arts and Entertainment reporter at April's Boston newspaper. Dominic's job gets him into all the coolest gigs in the city and his irresistible charm could get him any girl he wants, but he has his eye on April from the moment she sets foot in the office. Their flirtatious banter finally leads to what seems like the perfect date, but her illness threatens the possibility of a real relationship without Dominic even knowing why. The son of a wealthy gubernatorial candidate, Leo Hendrie (Scott Michael Foster) struggles with bitterness at living in his father’s shadow and being tethered to his family’s money. He has more in common with April than she might expect from their initial, rather unpleasant encounter. George Carver (Steven Weber) is a pediatric oncologist whose connection to his brother Thomas' tragic death two years ago has isolated him from the Carver women. In a twist of fate, he discovers April is sick so he must confront his past demons.
Growing Up Fisher TV show on NBC

Growing Up Fisher

This single-camera comedy series was inspired by the real life experiences of executive producer DJ Nash and tells the story of an unusual family that's drawn closer together after a divorce. Mel Fisher (J.K. Simmons) chops down trees, teaches his daughter to drive, and plays football with his son. He could be considered a typical father -- except for the fact that he's blind. In some ways, Joyce (Jenna Elfman) is like a typical immature teenager -- she's self-obsessed, busy with school and devoted to fashion. Unfortunately, she's quite a bit older and has a young son and teenage daughter. Joyce often seeks advice from her teenage daughter Katie (Ava Deluca-Verley) and also borrows her clothes, much to Katie's dismay. Son Henry (Eli Baker) is 11-years-old and has always been his dad's eyes and wingman. The kids is less than thrilled when his job is outsourced to Mel's new guide dog, Elvis. While the boy is at first reluctant to accept the changes that Elvis brings, adult Henry (voiced by Jason Bateman) realizes upon reflection that his parents' split finally allowed the Fishers to become one happy (divorced) family.
Riot TV show on FOX

Riot

This unscripted comedy series is based on the Australian TV show called Slide Show and is hosted by Rove McManus. Each episode features a group of regular players -– including John Ross Bowie, Jamie Denbo, Brian Palermo, Jordan Black, Jessica McKenna, Meryl Hathaway and Rob Gleeson -- as they improvise a series of comedy improv sketches and games. The players must think on their feet as they face unpredictable song, dance, and sketch challenges -- often while navigating the show's trademark set (which tilts at at a 22.5 degree angle) or while making their way in complete darkness. Two guest celebrities take part and head up the teams. They include Steve Carell, Jason Alexander, D.L. Hughley, Cheryl Hines, Tom Green, Chris Kattan, Mayim Bialik, David Arquette, Oscar Nunez, Andy Dick, Orlando Jones, Nicole Sullivan, Michael Ian Black, Will Sasso, and Andy Buckley.
Murder in the First TV show on TNT

Murder in the First

Created by Steven Bochco and Eric Lodal, this crime series follows a pair of San Francisco homicide detectives -- Terry English (Taye Diggs) and Hildy Mulligan (Kathleen Robertson). In addition to work, he's struggling to take care of his terminally ill wife. Hildy is a single mother to inquisitive six-year-old Louise (Mimi Kirkland). Detectives English and Mulligan work with District Attorney Sonia Perez (Nicole Ari Parker), Inspector David Molk (Raphael Sbarge), and Lieutenant Jim Koto (Ian Anthony Dale), the squad's no-nonsense supervisor. The series begins as English and Mulligan are investigating a pair of seemingly unrelated murders. It turns out that both victims have ties to Silicon Valley wunderkind Erich Blunt (Tom Felton).
Faking It TV show on MTV

Faking It

This romantic TV series revolves around two female best friends who attend Hester High School in the suburbs of Austin, Texas. Karma Ashcroft (Katie Stevens) and Amy Raudenfeld (Rita Volk) have tried everything to become popular at their school. Under the mistaken impression that the pair are actually closeted lesbians, their popular and openly gay classmate Shane Harvey (Michael Willett) invites them to his party. The duo are subsequently "outed" and involuntarily nominated to becoming homecoming Queens. They want to tell the truth but decide to continue the charade when they become incredibly popular. Karma is happy to stick with the lie and keeps her secret affair with Liam Booker (Gregg Sulkin), Shane's sexy artistic friend. Karma hasn't told Liam that she's really straight and Amy starts to realize that she may actually have romantic feelings for Karma.

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