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The Walking Dead
Better Call Saul
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DC's Legends of Tomorrow
The Umbrella Academy
Star Trek: Discovery
This Is Us
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Star Trek: Picard
Fear the Walking Dead
His Dark Materials
The Lord of the Rings
American Horror Story
New Amsterdam (2018)
My Hero Academia
Born: 26 Apr, 1958
TV Series Starring Giancarlo Esposito
Spanning 24 years, Jigsaw centers around the largest heist ever attempted, and the vengeance, scheming, loyalties, and betrayals that surround it. It's loosely inspired by the real-life story where seventy billion dollars in bonds went missing in downtown Manhattan during Hurricane Sandy.
The Broken and the Bad
How far from fiction is the world of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul? Giancarlo Esposito explores the real-life stories of the criminal worlds depicted in the Breaking Bad universe.
"The Mandalorian" is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. The series follows the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.
Godfather of Harlem
Godfather of Harlem tells the true story of infamous crime boss Bumpy Johnson, who in the early 1960s returned from ten years in prison to find the neighborhood he once ruled in shambles. With the streets controlled by the Italian mob, Bumpy must take on the Genovese crime family to regain control. During the brutal battle, he forms an alliance with radical preacher Malcolm X - catching Malcolm's political rise in the crosshairs of social upheaval and a mob war that threatens to tear the city apart.
Jett centers on Master thief Daisy "Jett" Kowalski, who did her stint in prison & never wants to go back. However, pressured by Charlie Baudelaire, she agrees to do one last job - but insists on working with her former partner, Rufus "Quinn" Quinton. When the operation goes south, and Quinn is killed, Kowalski is left no option but to work for the powerful and nefarious Miljan "The Russian" Bestic.
Dear White People
Set among a diverse group of students of color as they navigate a predominantly white Ivy League college where racial tensions are often swept under the rug, Dear White People is a send up of "post-racial" America that also weaves a universal story about forging one's own unique path.
This is an extraordinary take on the seminal police drama that examines the unique and conflicted relationship officers of color have with their jobs - at a time when police forces are rife with brutality and misconduct. Oakland police officer, Rebecca "Rebel" Cole, has always excelled by playing by the rules. She has always known that she must be better and smarter on the job because she is both black and female. After her brother is slain by police, Rebel soon becomes disillusioned with the system and is forced to take matters into her own hands and become a private investigator and a champion for her community. Caught between family loyalty and the fraternity in blue, Rebel's actions set in motion a cause-and-effect crisis that can't be undone.
Better Call Saul
This is the Breaking Bad spinoff series based on the show's popular Saul Goodman character. It's a one-hour prequel that's focusing on the evolution of the popular Saul Goodman character before he ever became Walter White's lawyer.
In this epic adventure thriller, a family struggles to reunite in a post-apocalyptic American landscape: a world of empty cities, local militias and heroic freedom fighters, where every single piece of technology - computers, planes, cars, phones, even lights - has mysteriously blacked out ... forever.
Bryan Cranston from Malcolm in the Middle stars in this drama focused on a mid-life crisis gone bad for a high school chemistry teacher who turns to a life of crime.
Two best friends from Brooklyn move to glamorous, decadent South Beach, Miami. Matt is escaping a troubled home, Vince is escaping trouble.
Creature (aka: Peter Benchley's Creature) is a miniseries based on the 1994 novel White Shark (re-published as 'Creature' in 1997 concurrent with the film) by 'Jaws' author Peter Benchley. The film is about an amphibious shark-like monster terrorizing an abandoned secret military base and the people who live on the island where it is located.
Homicide: Life on the Street
This is an American television police procedural series chronicling the work of a fictional Baltimore Police Department homicide unit.