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F to 7th
"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.
36-24-36, whose title refers to what had been considered ideal female model measurements, is about the first black TV model to be featured on a major game show in 1990. Celebrity and glamour collide with sexual harassment, racism, misogyny, homophobia, bulimia and job insecurity, for the four gorgeous models on the No. 1 game show of the '90's.
Free for All (US)
This series follows a college guy, his friend who won a lawsuit, and his friend's ferret. They navigate their relationships with each other, including the college guy's unrequited feelings for his friend.
The college guy's grandma and dad also play a role in the series, adding familial dynamics to the mix.
Tracey Ullman's State of the Union
Tracey Ullman brings her unique brand of comedy to Showtime in this new weekly sketch comedy series that takes a satirical look at America and it's non-stop obsession with the lives of celebrities.
60 Minutes Sports
60 Minutes Sports is an investigative sports news magazine that brings in-depth reporting and compelling interviews. The team behind 60 Minutes now turns its eye towards the world of sports.
The show covers a wide range of sports topics and events, providing viewers with a comprehensive look at the sports world. To get the whole story, you need sixty minutes.
The End of Steve
Matthew Perry is set to star in this fresh comedy about a radio talk show host in Rochester, NY with a foul mouth.
Ready or Not
The program follows two teenage girls in the suburbs of Toronto, Amanda Zimm (Laura Bertram) and Elizabeth "Busy" Ramone (Lani Billard), throughout life's struggles.
The Studio will chronicle the day-to-day and night-to-night antics that happen in a music recording studio, the people who work in this very unorthodox office place, and the conversations you have when your peak work hours are from midnight to six AM.
Kirstie Alley plays herself in this self-parody as she attempts to make a comeback in television. She co-created and co-executive produced the show.
The show, titled Fat Actress, follows Alley's character as she navigates the ups and downs of the entertainment industry. The series is a humorous take on the struggles of weight and age in Hollywood.
Billie Frank, an out of work alcoholic actress, used to be somewhat of a star in her day, but now she's all washed up. With the help of her mother, Trudy, Billie tries to pick up the pieces of her life and move on. Billie meets Dave, a guy who lives in her apartment building, and is also an alcoholic. The show is based upon their relationship, along with all the others in AA with them.