Follows the saga of the wealthy Colorado oil family, the Carringtons.
Based on Matt Ruff's novel, this series follows Korean war vet Atticus Freeman, his friend Letitia and his Uncle George on a journey across 1950's Jim Crow America where they face racist terrors and the terrifying monsters of an H.P. Lovecraft paperback.
Chronicles the rich history of an institution at the heart of the African American experience. Beginning with enslavement, traveling through Emancipation, Jim Crow, the Great Migration, the Civil Rights movement, and ending in the present-day, Gates takes viewers on a journey through time, focusing on the key events, charismatic figures, political debates, and musical traditions that have shaped, and been shaped by, the Black Church. The series also explores the complexity of these spaces of worship at a time when many believe it is at a crossroads. A chorus of leading scholars, ministers, and cultural influencers who grew up in the Black Church will weigh in and give meaning to events past and present.--Container.
The long-lost series from the legendary first lady of the TV with the Animals she loves and her famous friends. In 1971, just before Betty's sitcom superstardom, she created and hosted a weekly program, celebrating her lifelong love of animals. Produced with her husband Allen Ludden, the show, not seen in decades, allowed Betty to welcome celebrity friends with their dogs, cats, and horses in addition to a wide range of wild animals, both in the studio and on location.
Meet Lampo, Milady, Pilou and Meatball, also known as The Buffycats. They transform the garage into their clubhouse, a place where all cats from the neighborhood get together to have fun, relax, and most of all to help each other. Includes eight Paw-some tales!
Pauline's divorce money has come through and she's hired a country mansion for the week to celebrate Derek's birthday. So Cathy, Michael, Kelly, Jason, Pauline, Derek, Reg and Maureen up sticks and decamp to the English countryside. Each episode takes place on a different day of their trip, revealing all the clashes, awkwardness and comedy that results from the family being stuck together in the middle of nowhere.
President Trump tries to convince the American people that he's the greatest, least criminal president in history as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer attempt to win back the Democratic base from newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Trump also tries to get the American people to pay for Trump Tower-Moscow, prove he's mentally fit enough to possess the nuclear codes and solve climate change to stop his sweating problem.
Tag along with National Geographic photographer, fellow and founder of the Photo Ark, Joel Sartore, on his quest to use the power of photography to inspire people to save species at risk by photographing every species living in the world's zoos and wildlife sanctuaries, just recently documenting his 10,000th species, and going to great lengths to photograph thousands more.
Secrets of the Zoo gives unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to one of the nation's largest and most popular zoos, The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and conservation center, The Wilds. With more than 1,000 team members; 10,000 animals; 7,000 veterinary cases; and more than 100 animal births each year, Secrets of the Zoo tells the dramatic, heartwarming and often hilarious stories of the animals and animal lovers, alike.
It is set fifteen years into the future when science has made a discovery that changes the lives of everyone on the planet, a test that unequivocally tells who their soulmate is. Nikki doubts her marriage, David has an affair, Libby loves both soulmate and husband, Mateo has a wild adventure, Kurt's soulmate is dead, Caitlin questions if her match is good for her.
From the initial sparks of revolution in Boston to the climactic Siege of Yorktown and beyond, hear the story of the war within the Revolutionary War through the eyes of some of the most significant African American figures of our country's foundation, including Crispus Attucks, Peter Salem, Phillis Wheatley, and James Armistead Lafayette. Executive produced and narrated by NBA legend, best-selling author, and respected activist Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, this program features interviews with esteemed historians Erica Armstrong Dunbar and Graham Hodges, among others, to shed light on some unsung heroes who were integral to this country's independence.
For centuries, Inuit in the Arctic have lived on and around the frozen ocean. Now, as climate change is rapidly melting the sea ice between Canada and Greenland, development here threatens to upset the delicate balance between their communities, land and wildlife.
Denver, 1980s. The rivalry for the empire continues with the wealthy Carrington family. A violent death devastates the Carrington inner circle. Dex Dexter is Alexis' conniving new suitor. Blake and Krystle exchange wedding vows. Centers around patriarch Blake's Denver-Carrington and Alexis' Colby Co., two large oil corporations.
Attempting to rebuild his life while navigating his new sobriety, Brockmire moves to Florida, where he calls MLB Spring Training games for Oakland alongside former softball star Gabby Taylor.
The year is 2030, and Jim Brockmire is now the commissioner of baseball. Jim's struggles with sobriety are behind him, however, it is up to him to save baseball while juggling his love life and his relationship with his newfound daughter.
Three daughters, firebrand social justice warrior Melanie 'Mel' Vera, fun-loving Maggie, and brilliant geneticist Macy find out they're actually powerful witches, as was their mother. It's a lot to take in, but ultimately the sisters accept their new destiny.
The documentary series brings to life the legends, heartbreak, and history created at the Comedy Store, which over the past 47 years has launched the careers of a breathtaking array of stars. As a Comedy Store alum, former stand-up comic Binder spotlights one of pop culture's great laboratories with never-before-seen footage and incisive, emotional interviews with some of the biggest names in comedy.
A Fairly Odd Summer, A Fairly Odd Movie, and A Fairly Odd Christmas in one collection? It must be magic! Get ready for hilarious fairy adventures as Timmy and the gang face a wishing well of trouble in this jam-packed, live-action movie bundle!
The story of the epic struggle of the Irish in America, the story of five million impoverished people leaving a destitute homeland for The Promised Land--America.
Now in New Orleans, Jim Brockmire strives to break back out of the minors and back into the major leagues while continuing his popular podcast. Jim faces a whole new level of drunken debauchery that The Big Easy makes so easy.
Episode One: Reactions Just about every solid, liquid, or gas in the world begins with reactions between individual atoms and molecules. David Pogue dives into the transformative world of chemical reactions, from the complex formula that produces cement to the single reaction that's allowed farmers to feed a global population, a reaction that when reversed, unleashes the powerful chemistry of high explosives. Episode Two: Indestructible Scientists and engineers have created virtually indestructible versions of common materials by manipulating the chains of interlocking atoms that give them strength, but have they made them too tough? Host David Pogue explores the fantastic chemistry behind the everyday materials people depend on, and how the quest for durability can be balanced with products' environmental impact. Episode Three: Live Without the chemistry of photosynthesis, ozone, and a molecule called Rubisco, none would be here. So how did one get so lucky? To find out, host David Pogue investigates the surprising molecules that allowed life on Earth to begin, and ultimately thrive. Along the way, he finds out what all are made of, literally.