A high school loser, bullied by his classmates, decides to take revenge on his tormentors. With a gun in hand, he walks into school. However, once there, things take an unexpected turn and instead of becoming a murderer, he ends up a hero.
Katie Liz Robbins
A debt is owed to mob boss Mr. Figluchi and young Angela Willmoore decides to make the very difficult decision to betray the man she loves, Anthony Cefrino, in order to save the lives of her family members in this emotional drama.
This story is based on a current trilogy of books about the true life story of a gangster's runner. This film is taken from the first book "There's no room for Jugglers in my Circus". In ... See full summary »
Patience is a comedy series following a medical marijuana delivery crew at a San Diego dispensary. Join Medicinal Mike and his team of misfit employees as they show the lighter side of medical marijuana delivery.
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Drifter, Jack, pays a visit to an old friend Frank whose mundane life is upended after the two become involved in a strange and seemingly random murder and journey up to the Northern California Sierra in order to bury the body.
A divorced dad is raising his two young daughters, when they finally decide that he needs to start dating again. They set up his online profile, choose his dates, and every episode send him on his "mission".
The Grimmer Version of the True Hollywood Story on E!.
This show, like the E! True Hollywood Story (both shows appear on E!) is a biography, but what sets this show apart from the THS is that it is much shorter (usually is 30 minutes long) and focuses mainly on celebrities that were alive during Hollywood's golden era. Some are well-known (such as Marilyn Monroe, Howard Hughes, and I Love Lucy's Desi Arnaz) others were alive during the early part of the 20th century (Fatty Arbuckle, Mabel Normand and silent movie director William Desmond Taylor--all part of the silent movie era). Also, this show is much darker and focuses on what events lead to tragedy for whoever is the main focus of the show. A.J. Benza, the show's host, does a fantastic job. He gives a brief bio of the star that is being discussed, and introduces the segments that involve people that once knew or wrote about whoever is being talked about.
Another thing that sets this show apart from the THS is that there is never a happy ending (if it did ever have one, I don't think it would be called Mysteries and Scandals). It only has death, tragedy and misfortune.
What makes the show interesting is the fact that it doesn't deal with just movie stars. Gossip columnists (Hedda Hopper), movie directors (William Desmond Taylor), and millionaires (Howard Hughes) have also been discussed. I think that this is one of the more entertaining shows that E! has to offer because of the subject. Also, it has some intense renenactments of some key moments in the show. I think that if this show wasn't on, those of us who watch it wouldn't know about the silent movie stars, directors, etc. that existed during that time. I think that there was a show similar to this on the same network in the early 90s, but it was so badly acted that I can't seem to remember what it was called. This show, I think, is one of the best shows that E! has to offer.
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