|Top Airing TV Shows
The Walking Dead
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
DC's Legends Of Tomorrow
Better Call Saul
The Handmaid's Tale
The Good Doctor
Rick and Morty
This is Us
Fear The Walking Dead
Star Trek: Discovery
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
American Horror Story
The Umbrella Academy
Lost in Space (2018)
La Casa de Papel
TV Series Starring Peter Krause
9-1-1 is a fast-paced exploration into the lives and careers of first responders - cops, paramedics, firefighters - the people who put their lives on the line to save others.
A thriller about a woman about to get married and about to get conned. Unbeknownst to her slippery fiancé, our heroine - who investigates fraud for a living - is not all she claims to be. And when the fiancé's expertly planned con collides with her perfectly constructed lies, they plunge into a dangerous game of cat and mouse.
Based on the 1980 film of the same name, "Parenthood" is an hour long comedy-drama. The show addresses the modern challenges of raising kids in this post-technological world, addressing issues that effect both kids and parents.
Dirty Sexy Money
When idealistic attorney Nick George's father dies, he ends up taking his father's clients, the Darlings, led by patriarch Tripp. It's not always easy for Nick handling both legal and sometimes illegal matters.
The Lost Room
A detective investigates a mysterious motel room, which acts as a portal to alternate universe.
Six Feet Under
Oscar-winning screenwriter Alan Ball's breakout series that takes a darkly comic look at members of a dysfunctional L.A. family that run a funeral business.
It's about sports. The same way Charlie's Angels was about law enforcement.
Sitcom starring Cybill Shepherd, Christine Baranski, and Alicia Witt wherein a struggling middle-aged actress attempts to make a career in Hollywood, all while surrounded by hard-drinking best friend Maryann, her two ex-husbands, Ira & Jeff, and her two Daughters, headstrong Zoey and agreeable Rachel.
Carol & Company
In this short-lived attempt to revive Carol Burnett's TV career in the early '90s, the approach was a little different from earlier series. This time Burnett would take on a different persona each week, and each installment resembled a sitcom episode. As always, the "company" of background performers appeared as different characters each week, with special guests dropping in from time to time. Some episodes featured Jeremy Piven as a member of the company, who was later replaced with Peter Krause. Meagen Fay and Richard Kind went on to appear in Burnett's next series, "The Carol Burnett Show" (1991).