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Time of DeathTime of Death
Showtime, 2013 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Medical, Lifestyle, Documentary

SHOWTIME will take an unflinching, in-depth look at some remarkable individuals facing their own imminent mortality in this documentary series. Each unique, emotionally resonant tale will serve as a tangible reminder of the finite nature of time and mortality.

Soul FoodSoul Food
Showtime, 2000 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Family

Based on the critically acclaimed film from writer/director George Tillman, Jr. the series Soul Food takes an honest, touching look at tradition and family life through the trials and tribulations of a tight-knit African-American family living in Chicago. Without missing a beat, Soul Food picks up where the 1997 film left off - with a family trying to do the best it can with what life has dealt them, while facing day to day turmoil that seems to permeate their lives.

Shaka: King of the Zulu NationShaka: King of the Zulu Nation
Showtime Cancelled/Ended | Drama

Shaka: King of the Zulu Nation tells the story of the Zulu Empire chief Shaka and his unlikely rise to power, uniting multiple tribes across vast stretches of Africa in the early 19th century to transform his power into legend.

Everything's Gonna Be All WhiteEverything's Gonna Be All White
Showtime, 2022 On Hiatus | History, Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 2/5

Deep dive into America's past and present through the experiences of people of color. The three-part docuseries marries humor with history confronting the facets of racism, exploitation and discrimination that contributed to the formation of America.

La La LandLa La Land
Showtime, 2010 Cancelled/Ended | Celebrities, Comedy

Meet Marc Wooten, comedian. In Showtime's La La Land, UK-based Wooten takes on a number of hilarious characters a la Sacha Baron Cohen.

Loving DayLoving Day
Showtime Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Family

Loving Day offers a satirical look at a biracial man's experiences with race, identity and fatherhood. It tells the story of Warren Duffy, an Irish/African-American living in Wales who returns to America after his comic book store closes, his marriage falls apart and his father dies. Now in possession of his late father's deteriorated Philadelphia mansion - which might be haunted - a new surprise emerges: Duffy learns he has a teenage daughter who thinks she's white. Spinning from these upheavals and revelations, Duffy sets off to remake his life with a reluctant daughter in tow and a litany of absurdly funny moments together as they bond over their newfound relationship and discoveries of their individual cultural identities.

Lock N' LoadLock N' Load
Showtime, 2009 Cancelled/Ended | Family, Educational, How To/Do It Yourself, Reality
Rating: 1/5

This show gives viewers a look inside "The Shootist" gun store in Englewood, Colorado. Josh T. Ryan works as a salesman and shows that there is always an interesting story for every gun sold.

Showtime, 2010 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Crime, Adult

Shot entirely from the point of view of the security cameras. Adam Rifkin's LOOK follows several interweaving, storylines over the course of a random week in a random city. LOOK is a film about the things that people do when they don't know they're being watched.

Showtime Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Family, Action, Crime

Spike Lee and Robert De Niro join forces on this Showtime drama project that illuminates Manhattan's Alphabet City. The project will focus on the neighborhood now known as the East Village, and highlight the lives of the eclectic mix of cultures and people who lived there in the 1980s.

F to 7thF to 7th
Showtime Cancelled/Ended | Comedy

"F to 7th" is a half-hour comedy based on Ingrid Jungermann's popular web series of the same name. F to 7th chronicles the female descent into pre-middle age in a world where sexuality and gender have left old-fashioned lesbianism behind. Jungermann created and starred in the web series, which ran for two seasons, but is not attached to act in the TV version.