You're Bacon Me Crazy: Cleo Morelli, an aspiring Portland chef, tries to win a food truck competition while the competition tries to win her heart. The Secret Ingredient: Small-town baker, Kelly, gets a big surprise when she is invited to compete on a Valentine's Day baking show in New York City -and an even bigger surprise when she runs into her ex-fiance.
Ready for high-speed, high-seas, treasure hunting? Set sail with Blaze and Pegwheel the Pirate-Truck to search for three keys to unlock the golden treasure! Then, use a treasure map to find the most amazing treasure there is, race to The Island of Lost Treasure for more riches, and speed through an ancient race track in search of a magical Wishing Wheel!
Who is the deadly terrorist known only as Sahar, and where will they strike next? Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs and second-in-command Senior Special Agent Timothy McGee race against time to identify, locate and neutralize Sahar and save countless lives, including their own. NCIS takes on some of the most intense cases of their careers along the way, from murdered Marines and attacks at Arlington National Cemetery to crashed fighter jets and secrets that threaten to tear their team apart.
The new anthology series based on the 1982 horror-comedy classic. A comic book comes to life in a series of twelve vignettes over six episodes, exploring terrors from murder to the supernatural and unexplainable. Haunted dollhouses, werewolves, murderous goblins, villainous trick-or-treaters, the dead, and medical marvels are just a few of the things to watch out for in this new series.
A contemporary take on the classic series about a new elite federalized task force whose mission is to wipe out the crime that washes up on the Islands' sun-drenched beaches.
The continuing saga of the Ingalls family who have adapted to the harsh environment of rural Minnesota in the 1870s.
The gruesome murder of an 11-year-old boy in the Georgia woods leads a local detective into a disturbing search for the truth in this drama series based on Stephen King's bestselling novel.
This five-part series traces the story of Asian Americans, spanning 150 years of immigration, racial politics, international relations, and cultural innovation. It is a timely, clear-eyed look at the vital role that Asian Americans have played in defining who we are as a nation. Their stories are a celebration of the grit and resilience of a people that reflects the experience of all Americans.
The show is about a young surgeon with autism who is recruited to work at a pediatric unit of a hospital. The hospital is prestigious with many of the toughest cases a surgeon could ever see, but with autism comes clarity that most surgeons will never have. The television series focuses on the relationship between the doctor and patient, and how a man who cannot relate to the people who he tries to help.
All 24 episodes from season one are all complete, uncut and remastered, as well as the original, full-length pilot movie that introduced the Ingalls family to millions of viewers around the world. Relive all the heartwarming adventures from season one; from the arrival of Charles Ingalls and his family in Walnut Grove, through the building of a new home and friendships, to battling for their lives against a vicious blizzard.
Season two brings new challenges and unforgettable frontier adventures. When debts force Charles to work at several jobs, his entire family pitches in to earn the needed money. Mary's gift for mathematics makes her the talk of the town. Charles helps an ailing widow find care for her three children, and the Ingalls family celebrates the nation's centennial with a joyous town party.
The third season is filled with some of the show's most memorable moments. Whether the Ingalls family is caring for Charles's recently widowed father, facing an outbreak of mountain fever, helping a runaway child, or dealing with Laura's mischievous billy goat, they display the kindness, courage and good humor that their fans cherish, in 21 complete and uncut episodes.
Almanzo Wilder comes to Walnut Grove with his sister Eliza Jane, the new schoolteacher. The Ingalls decided to adopt Albert. Nels Oleson is reunited with his estranged circus-sideshow sister. Laura and Mary are held captive by escaped convicts. Albert and a friend accidentally set fire to the school for the blind. Almanzo proposes marriage to Laura.
In season seven, change is in the air! It's wedding bells and a baby on the way for Laura and Almanzo. Adam's sight returns and he and Mary open a law practice. Laura begins teaching in Walnut Grove; Nellie's pregnancy ignites a family disagreement and Albert's love for Sylvia stirs rumors. The townswomen fight for equal property rights and the Ingalls consider adoption.
Made-for-TV movie specials: Look back to yesterday: Charles Ingalls pays a return visit to Walnut Grove. During his stay he learns that his son Albert, a doctor in training, has contracted a fatal blood disease. Also, Walnut Grove is facing a recession. The last farewell: Walnut Grove is being purchased by an evil miner, so all the townsfolk take up arms against a sea of troubles. But, when ordered by law to evacuate, they exact a more spectacular method of getting even.~Relive the Oleson's adoption of Nancy, and every endearing moment of season eight of the series, with restored and remastered picture and sound. Share memories with the Wilders and Ingalls when snowed in at Christmas, witness Almanzo's stroke and the birth of baby Rose, and behold Charles' faith as he pleads for his adopted son's life, in this completely uncut and unforgettable, 22-episode saga.
A young girl is destined to liberate her world from the grip of the Magisterium, which represses people's ties to magic and their animal spirits known as daemons. Based on author Philip Pullman's beloved trilogy.
When Europeans arrived in North America, they encountered the Native people. Contrary to stereotype, American Indians were not simply ferocious warriors or peaceable lovers of the land. They were, like all people, an amalgam: charismatic and forward thinking, imaginative and courageous, compassionate and resolute, and, at times, arrogant, vengeful, and reckless. Native peoples valiantly resisted expulsion from their lands and fought the extinction of their culture using all avenues available, including military, legal, and political action, diplomacy, and supplication of the spiritual realm. From the Wampanoags of New England in the 1600s who used their alliance with the English to weaken rival tribes, to the bold new leaders of the 1970s who harnessed the momentum of the civil rights movement to forge a pan-Indian identity. Spanning almost four hundred years, these documentaries tell the story of pivotal moments in U.S. history from the Native American perspective, presenting Native history as an integral part of the American story.
With the help of their powerful special Morphers and Legendary Keys, Troy, Noah, Emma, Gia, and Jake transform into the Super Megaforce!--Container.
This series chronicles the history of New York City from its beginnings in 1609 as a Dutch trading post, through the depression, onto the turbulent years of change in the following decades after WWII, to its present day status as one of the most important and influencial cities in the world. The final episode was created in response to the destruction of the World Trade Center.
1966, drought and an exploding population confronted India with the imminent threat of a severe famine, a potential disaster that many scientists and intellectuals feared only presaged global catastrophes to come, as the world's population outstripped its ability to produce food. In search of a lasting solution, India turned to Norman Borlaug, an unassuming plant breeder from Iowa whose combination of scientific knowledge and raw determination had made him a legend.
A profile of former President George W. Bush as part of the landmark Presidents series.
Antisemitism in the US and Europe is rising and worsening, like a virus, it is mutating and evolving across cultures, borders and ideologies making it all but impossible to stop. Explore its infectious behavior and examine the increasing violence, which, when reviewed holistically, paints a terrifying portrait of how this kind of global hatred begins and how easily it disseminates.
It's 1957, and it's as if the world of Grantchester has returned to an idyllic state, a metaphorical Garden of Eden. Will believes that everyone can get close to their own Eden through good works and a proactive attitude. But as Geordie knows, every Eden has its snakes. Will's faith will be tested as he and Geordie are reminded that there's darkness lurking in their corner of Cambridgeshire.
Larry attempts to capitalize on a friend's unexpected death and takes issue with a pattern of discrimination at a trendy restaurant. Later, Larry offers his dermatologist's son a job and Richard has a suspiciously good day on the golf course.