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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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.
Halt and Catch Fire TV show on AMC

Halt and Catch Fire

This fictional drama takes place in the early 1980s, roughly one year after IBM cornered the computer market with the release of its first major product. The title refers to the term for computer machine code instructions that cause a computer's CPU to cease meaningful operation. A hard-driving former IBM sales executive, Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace) oozes charisma. He shows up at Cardiff Electric and essentially bulldozes his way into a senior position on the sales team. Once he has the job, he orchestrates a plan to reverse-engineer the flagship product of his former employer and build something better. A once-promising engineer, Gordon Clark (Scoot McNairy) is sleepwalking through his life until the day Joe approaches him with his plan. Gordon longs for a redo of his past following the humiliating (and very public) failure of Symphonic, a computer he created with his wife which failed to turn on at the computer industry trade show COMDEX. After that traumatizing experience, Gordon reluctantly moved his family to his wife's hometown of Dallas and took a job at Cardiff that's far below his abilities. Gordon's wife is Donna (Kerry Bishé). Her parents are entrepreneurs who founded a high-end gadget company (à la Sharper Image) called Razor's Edge. An accomplished musician, she found her calling in computers while attending the University of California, Berkeley, with Gordon. Though she's resigned to her husband's being mentally absent following the Symphonic failure, she fears that the new Cardiff project will result in the end of her marriage. A volatile prodigy who puts her future in jeopardy by dropping out of college to join the rogue PC project, Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis) is a shock to the system of conservative, old-guard Cardiff Electric. At 22 years old, she represents what is next in the world of computing and a slap in the face to the traditionally male-dominated 1980s tech industry. The product of a tumultuous childhood, she sleeps at the office, takes stuff from others' desks, blasts punk music, sleeps with her boss Joe, and butts heads with Gordon. John Bosworth (Toby Huss) is a dyed-in-the-wool Texan and old-school businessman who has spent the past 22 years building Cardiff Electric into a regional power. As senior VP, he runs the company's day-to-day operations and finances for founder emeritus Nathan Cardiff. After Joe forces the company into the PC race, Bosworth keeps a wary eye on the interloper who will either make Cardiff into a tech powerhouse or a national laughingstock.
Jennifer Falls TV show on TV Land

Jennifer Falls

This comedy series revolves around Jennifer Doyle (Jaime Pressly), a former high-powered executive who has fallen from grace and hit every bump on the way down to rock bottom. With her teenage daughter Gretchen (Dylan Gelula) in tow, Jennifer moves back in with her meddling therapist mother Maggie (Jessica Walter) and takes a job in the bar owned by her good-natured (but often submissive) brother Wayne (Ethan Suplee) and his passive aggressive wife, Stephanie (Nora Kirkpatrick). At the bar, Jennifer reunites with her former best friend Dina Simac (Missi Pyle) who turns out to be holding a grudge against her. In the end, Jennifer realizes that she must reassess her life and decide how she wants to rebuild it.
sing your face off tv show on abc

Sing Your Face Off

Network: ABC Episodes: Ongoing (hour) Seasons: Ongoing TV show dates: May 31, 2014 – TBD Series status: Has not been cancelled Performers include: John Barrowman (host) with Debbie Read more . . .

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