Top Airing TV Shows

Stranger Things
The Flash
The Walking Dead
Westworld
The Mandalorian
Lucifer
The Blacklist
The Witcher
Grey's Anatomy
The Boys
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Better Call Saul
The Handmaid's Tale
Supergirl
Rick and Morty
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
The Good Doctor
Ozark
The Umbrella Academy
This Is Us
Black Mirror
Star Trek: Discovery
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Peaky Blinders
Riverdale
The Expanse
Fear the Walking Dead
Young Sheldon
Billions
Star Trek: Picard
La Casa de Papel
Fargo
His Dark Materials
Titans
The Orville
American Horror Story
Lost in Space (2018)
Killing Eve
Loki
Legacies
South Park
Outlander
My Hero Academia
Dexter
New Amsterdam (2018)
The Crown
You
Family Guy
Batwoman
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Jeremy Neumark Jones

Jeremy Neumark Jones



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In The Last Post as Captain Joe Martinas Captain Joe Martin

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TV Series Starring Jeremy Neumark Jones

The FeedThe Feed
Amazon, 2019 | Drama, Sci-Fi | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.5/5

In the near future, people's brains are directly connected to The Feed. Every interaction, every emotion, every memory can be shared instantly. Tom and Kate, a millennial couple, are trying to resist their addiction to The Feed. Tom’s father invented The Feed, but Tom fears it, especially when he learns of his father's plans to expand it. Then, something – or someone – starts accessing people's minds through The Feed and "taking" them over. People's loved ones wake up as someone else, someone who wants to kill them.


The Last PostThe Last Post
BBC One, 2017 | Drama, Military/War, Romance, History | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

Set in the mid-Sixties in the shimmering heat of Aden, Yemen, The Last Post centres on a unit of Royal Military Police officers and their families. Their job is two-fold: half soldiers and half policemen who face constant insurgency and threat. Danger is everywhere. Hand grenades, mines and sniper attacks are a constant threat.As the insurgency takes a real hold and casualties mount it becomes harder for everyone not to start to ask the big questions. What are we doing here? Is it right? As the old established order of the Fifties comes apart who will survive and who will flounder?