Lady Dynamite season 2 continues the ongoing story of comic Maria Bamford as she…well, just kind of tries to live. The real-life story of Bamford was little-known prior to the debut of season 1 and perhaps is better known now but still bears repeating.
Series is based on what Maria has accepted to be "her life." The occasionally surreal episodes, refracted across multiple periods of the actor/comedian's life, tell the story of a woman who loses - and then finds - herself.
The film follows the misadventures of an awkward high school teenager and his quirky friends as they struggle to navigate life in rural Idaho. He named Napoleon lives with his four-wheel riding grandmother (Sandy Martin) and unemployed brother Kip.
The Black Dynamite animated series further chronicles the exploits of the central character, Black Dynamite and his crew. Action comedy-spoof that follows ex-CIA agent and full-time ladies man, Black Dynamite, who's out to avenge the death of his brother against kung-fu masters, drug-dealing pimps and The Man. This would be a laugh out loud and imaginative show were it not for the constant, insulting, degrading treatment of women. Every woman is either "bitch", "ho", or just an old woman and still called a gender insulting name. You wanna curse? Fukkit. Go 'head. You wanna poke fun? Be my guest - but make it even. I'm tired of a small group of slovenly men ruining what good be great for everyone. If it weren't for that, I'd give this show a solid nine, maybe even ten. The puns and word play and twisting of pop culture are outstanding. Take anything from your childhood and watch this show twist it into hilarity. Cherished popstars aren't safe either (nor should they be really). This could be a really great show but as it is you have to turn off a part of your brain (the one that says all genders and sexual orientations are human too and deserve respect). That's really disappointing. And it's certainly not dynamite.
Action adventure drama, starring Michael Landes and Ophelia Lovibond, they travel the world in search for hidden treasures.
"The Killing Season" from Executive Producer Alex Gibney follows documentarians, Joshua Zeman (Cropsey) and Rachel Mills as they investigate one of the most bizarre unsolved serial killer ... See full summary »
Dorothy Gale is a precocious child who, with her dog Toto, is swept up to the Land of Oz without a clear way home. To travel back, Dorothy must collect all the different types of magical elements with her new found friends, the streetwise witch West and friendly Munchkin Ojo, while a sinister plot unfolds around them.
The Ross kids head to summer camp in this spinoff of "Jessie." Emma, Ravi and Zuri spend the summer at Maine's Camp Kikiwaka, where their parents met when they were teenagers. The kids aren't used to being in the great outdoors, so cheerful head counselor Lou and camp heartthrob Xander help the siblings adjust to being at camp and show them the ropes of outdoor life. While Emma and Ravi become counselors in training, learning how to be responsible role models for younger campers, Zuri becomes friends with a couple of the kids at the camp, studious Tiffany and compulsive liar Jorge. Together, the Ross children settle into their new lives as they adapt to their summer home away from home.
In the first episode, Peter Parker struggles to balance the best summer vacation ever and his responsibilities as Spider-Man.
In the first episode, Harlee and Wozniak, still dealing with the fallout from their near-death experiences, discover a grisly crime scene riddled with mystery.
This all-new version of the vintage Masterpiece series stars Aidan Turner as Capt. Ross Poldark, a redcoat returning to Cornwall after the American Revolutionary War, only to find his father dead and his true love about to marry someone else. A Mammoth Screen production, the series is packed with action, adventure and romance. Also featured are Eleanor Tomlinson as servant Demelza, Warren Clarke as Uncle Charles, and Heida Reed as Elizabeth Chenoweth. Robin Ellis, who portrayed Ross Poldark in the original adaptation 40 years ago, appears here as Reverend Halse.
In the first episode, Noah struggles to adjust to his new life after moving to Los Angeles to be closer to his kids; Helen finally discovers the source of her anxiety, only to be blind-sided by a new catastrophe.