TV Series Starring Jessica Lucas
The Murders is a police procedural crime drama. Kate Jameson is a rookie homicide detective who searches for redemption in her investigative work after her negligence is the cause of a fellow officer's death. Jameson is partnered with Detective Mike Huntley with whom she navigates the case of a mysterious serial killer who uses music for destructive ends.
In this Batman spinoff, Commissioner James Gordon and his men take on the villains of Gotham City.
Set in an American town, GRACEPOINT is the American version of the U.K.'s most-watched new drama of the year, "Broadchurch." The gripping crime series follows the tragic and mysterious death of a young boy found dead on an idyllic beach surrounded by rocks and a jutting cliff-face, from where he may have fallen. Although the cause of his death remains unsolved, the picturesque seaside town where the tragedy occurred is at the heart of a major police investigation and a nationwide media frenzy.
After a rash of disappearances and a likely murder, an inquisitive, young female production assistant on a wildly popular television show called Cult joins a journalist blogger in investigating the rabid fans of the series who might be re-creating crimes seen on the program, in real life.
Friends with Benefits
This show follows five friends who are looking for real love but are settling for the single life, including the perks of friends with benefits.
The lives and loves of a group of young adults living in "Melrose Place" in California. Each with their own dreams and drives.
Life As We Know It (US)
This was a short lived teen drama on ABC, based on the lives and sex-lives of three teenage boys in high-school.
Dino, Ben, and Jonathan are three high school boys in Seattle, all with different issues of their own, whether they be family or sex related. Dino's parents are getting a divorce and his girlfriend won't give in to have sex, Ben is having a relationship with his beautiful English teacher, and Jonathan is deeply in love with Deborah. Which would be great - except she's a bit fat.
Love's trials and consequences animate the world of McKinley High this year but politics, bullying, homophobia, and adventures in baby-sitting also figure prominently. Changes are everywhere as a new school year begins: Laurel and Mark haven't spoken all summer and now, as she returns from Houston, it seems she's been "discovered" and is headed in a direction that might take her from Edgemont - and Mark - for good. But just how steadfast is Mark's affection anyway? Rumours are still flying about him and Tracey Antonelli and what really happened that night after the dance. Getting Laurel to hear Mark's side of the story might be easier if he wasn't holding another woman's baby, but what else can he do? He's the one who convinced Paige that coming back to McKinley to finish high school was a good idea so if she needs a shoulder to lean on...