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Cloudstreet
Showcase,

2011

| Family

Adapted from Tim Winton's novel of the same name, Cloudstreet follows two Australian working-class families who come to live together at 1 Cloud Street over a period of twenty years between 1943 and 1963.


Single White Spenny
Showcase,

2011

| Comedy

Spenny struggles to find love, be loved, get love, rent love, buy love, steal love, melt love and sell love. From trying his hand at an open relationship to seeking motherly love that was lacking from his real Mom, Spenny navigates single life with an ineptitude all his own.


MythQuest
Showcase,

2001

| Family, Adventure, Fantasy
Rating: 5/5

Cleo and Alex witness their father disappear into the Cyber Museum, a computer program that allows them to travel into mythological stories. The two teens search for their dad, a quest made more difficult by a meddling god that is following them.


Crash & Burn
Showcase,

2009

| Drama

Streetwise insurance adjuster Jimmy Burn just wants a piece of the middle class dream. In order to get it, he's going to have to navigate the cutthroat insurance business, con artists, shifty clients, and organized crime.


Rent-A-Goalie

This is a Canadian comedy about a hockey-goalie rental service run by a man named Cake (Christopher Bolton). Cake is a recovering addict of... well, everything. Cake's family owns a small coffee shop called Cafe Primo at which he works and also uses as his HQ for his hockey goalie-rental service.


Show Me Yours
Showcase,

2004

| Comedy

Dr. Kate Langford is a psychologist whose life is going well: she has a boyfriend David Exley, and a new book deal until she meets Dr. Benjamin Chase.


Possible Side Effects

Tim Robbins penned this drama about the pharmaceutical industry's search for the next big name, top-selling drug. It also explores the dynamics of a dysfunctional family.


The Foundation (2009)
Showcase,

2009

| Comedy

THE FOUNDATION is an irreverent comedy series about an uncharitable man at the helm of a charitable organization. The series revolves around an irresponsible, corrupt man holding the reins of a powerful non-profit organization. Michael Valmont-Selkirk is an impressive hypocrite doing much wrong in the face of great righteousness. "The Foundation" wags its fat cat finger at the well-heeled philanthropists and donators who earnestly relieve their guilt in the high stakes world of philanthropy and non-profit charity fund-raising. In this world of so many worthy causes, Michael Valmont-Selkirk has but one cause dear to his heart - himself.


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