Season 5 begins with Ray beginning court-ordered anger management after a family tragedy sparks a bar fight. Meanwhile, Mickey, Bunchy and Daryll prepare for Terry and Maureen's wedding.
Season 4 opens with Ray taking a call from a panicked boxer named Hector, arriving at a sleazy hotel room to find his pugilist pal in a messy situation. In this season, a Russian gangster running from...
Ray Donovan, a professional "fixer" for the rich and famous in LA, can make anyone's problems disappear except those created by his own family.
"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 »
In this season, 29 women vying for the heart of the 36-year-old race car driver, who was actually the runner-up during Emily Maynard's season on The Bachelorette.
It is a dark and compelling thriller centering on Detective Superintendent Elizabeth Bancroft, a female detective with an explosive secret. Season 1 of this is first released on 11 December, 2017.
Robot Chicken is Adult Swim's long-running stop-motion animated homunculus of a sketch show. Witness sex, violence and 80's toy references collide through fan-favorite characters like the Humping Robot and the beloved Robot Chicken Nerd as creators Seth Green and Matthew Seinreich are joined by an unparalleled roster of celebrity voices to skewer pop culture in this balls-to-the-wall comedy. Season 9 of this is first released on December 10, 2017.
An espionage, sci-fi thriller with a metaphysical twist, the series tells the story of a UN employee who discovers his agency is guarding a crossing to a parallel dimension.
In the season premiere, Harley rallies her siblings and parents to take a trip to Florida to celebrate Christmas with their grandma, but in true Diaz fashion, things go awry.
In this season, a diverse group of chefs must make a potluck dish to introduce themselves to the judges; the chefs also prepare their take on a meat-and-potatoes dish for a block party with 200 diners and Denver's biggest culinary names.