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Ain't That AmericaAin't That America

As a stand up comic I have traveled to every corner of this beautiful country. In my journeys I've found one universal truth: Some idiot will do something stupid and some other moron will record it. And thanks to Al Gore all that crazy stuff gets uploaded to the Internet. I'm gonna sift through all that "crazy" and bring you the best online clips from all over the country.

Rivers with Griff Rhys JonesRivers with Griff Rhys Jones

The actor and comedian explores the influence of waterways throughout history, and how they have shaped people's lives across Britain.

Mnet, 2019 | Romance

Tea master Hong won the Winter Course Competition held at the Aldif headquarters. The head of the marketing team, Cha, who came to collaborate, was in disagreement. Will they be able to complete the perfect winter tea?

The African Americans: Many Rivers to CrossThe African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross

Noted Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr. recounts the full trajectory of African-American history in his groundbreaking new six-part series The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Written and presented by Professor Gates, the six-hour series explores the evolution of the African-American people, as well as the multiplicity of cultural institutions, political strategies, and religious and social perspectives they developed - forging their own history, culture and society against unimaginable odds. Commencing with the origins of slavery in Africa, the series moves through five centuries of remarkable historic events right up to the present - when America is led by a black president, yet remains a nation deeply divided by race.

Harts of the WestHarts of the West
CBS, 1993 | Comedy, Drama, Action, Adventure
Rating: 4/5

A salesman responds to a health scare by uprooting his family and heading West in search of his inner hombre. He tries to revive a failed ranch, where he meets an older man with some rough edges.


Children's musical telenovela. The series focuses on a group of orphans living in a manor, known as Rincón de Luz. Their lives are gradually touched and changed by Belén, a sweet-hearted, dedicated young woman. The story explores their experiences and coming-of-age dramas such as discovering first love, deceptions, sadness, loneliness and friendship, as they form a family altogether. In the fifth season, the show was rebooted with a new setting, new characters and a new story. The series is complemented with musical themes and videos.

Jane McDonald & FriendsJane McDonald & Friends
Channel 5, 2017 | Family, Music, Talk Shows
Rating: 3/5

Jane & Friends is a variety show in which Jane McDonald performs her favourite songs with her live band. The audience is an integral part of the programme, joining in the songs and sharing the banter. Jane is joined by guest artists and groups performing current songs, classic hits and occasionally duets with Jane herself.

Troubled YouthTroubled Youth
YouTube, 2018 | Horror, Short

We love scary stories, we believe scary stories unite us and the best ones make us a little more connected to each other. Crypt collaborates with storytellers around the world to bring the next generation of monsters stories to life - for you, for free, everyday.

Black Women OWN the ConversationBlack Women OWN the Conversation

The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) is partnering with OZY to bring you an unprecedented new discussion show: Black Women OWN the Conversation. Each "speak easy" episode stars 100 Black women, celebrity guests and experts from all walks of life, sharing intimate dialogues, honest opinions and surprising solutions. This is a show for our time.

Best Week EverBest Week Ever

For a half-hour, each week, this VH1 television show makes absolute fun of the week's current events and pop culture. The producers use news, music video, television and film clips, and fly them through the air to provide ample evidence of how silly celebrities, politicians, sport figures, and others caught in the news spotlight, can behave at times. The VH1 panelists and the weekly guest stars (that include actors, comedians, radio DJ's, musicians, athletes, and writers) opine with amusing, droll, sarcastic, intelligent, whimsical, but never, never boring observations. "Why be book smart?"