Filmed over four months at Massachusetts General, Brigham and Women's, and Children's Hospital Boston, go inside the daily lives of the doctors, nurses and patients there.
The live talent show for the first time incorporates real-time voting by viewers via an App that is fully integrated into the show. Unlike traditional talent competition series that start off with taped auditions, "Rising Star" is live from the very beginning, with contestants auditioning with live performances. In every round, viewers vote via the show's App in real time during the performance, along with the judges, to determine if the singer will advance, which happens if he/she reaches a voting threshold, 70% in Israel. In a twist, the performer is separated from the studio audience and the judges by a translucent floor-to-ceiling LED screen where images of voters at home, taken from their Facebook pages, appear live facing the singer who can see how fast the vote tally is growing during the performance for an immediate feedback, making result shows feel "antiquated", as a person close to Rising Star put it.
"Eagle Eye" writer John Glenn has created a new story that follows an identity theft unit. Glenn and Mark Gordon are set to executive produce.
Edgar Allan Poe uses interesting and unexpected methods to solve some of the most intriguing mysteries in 19th century Boston. Chris Hollier has written the script and Dan Lin is set to executive produce.
The Real Ghostbusters
"The Real Ghostbusters" continues where the first movie left off, with the four Ghostbusters facing forces of the supernatural.
Comic tales following a group children as they form their own society and have brushes with authority during recess in an American elementary school.
Surviving Suburbia focuses on a father named Steve Patterson, his wife Anne, and their two children, Henry and Courtney. Everything seems normal for the Pattersons until new next-door neighbors cause several problems, turning their suburban lifestyle upside-down.
The Glass House (US)
The Glass House features fourteen contestants living and competing for a quarter million dollars in a totally wired, state-of-the-art house. But the contestants aren't just playing the game with each other - they're also playing the game to win over the audience each week.
When police officer Eddie Sutton packs up his family and moves back to the inner-city neighborhood where he grew up, he faces the struggle to balance the safety and happiness of this family with his desire to change the neighborhood.
This is a character-driven procedural about a former convict turned big city criminologist who is brought in to help local police crack a case involving a perplexing disappearance. The chief detective she's been hired to help is her father - and they haven't talked in years.