Our "Urban Myths" are stories that have been passed down over time and have now become part of urban folklore. But are they true? We take a slightly tongue in cheek, mischievous - and ...
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When Rap legends Public Enemy are stranded, unable to get to get to a gig in Sheffield, help comes in the form of Kev, an unassuming local and huge Public Enemy fan who offers Flavor Flav and Chuck D...
The series sees Paul Pennyfeather as an inoffensive divinity student at Oxford University in the 1920s, who is wrongly dismissed for indecent exposure having been made the victim of a prank by The Bollinger Club.
There's a secret world out there. The human mind can experience some of the most amazing phenomena.The problem is when you try to define those experiences as real or not. A group of high ... See full summary »
Lou Ferrigno Jr.,
A recounting of the making of 'Some Like It Hot' starring Marilyn Monroe and directed by Billy Wilder - now regarded as one of the great comedies in the history of cinema. During filming, ... See full summary »
In Rome, a Virgin Mary statue is found crying blood. Pondering on the implications of the existence of miracles, and eventually, the existence of God, the people involved in the enigma start losing their minds.
Charming, fast talking Marty Kaan and his crack team of management consultants use every dirty trick in the book to woo powerful CEOs and close huge deals in this scathing, irreverent satire of corporate America today.
When Daniel Glass is misdiagnosed with a fatal disease he begins to notice how everyone around him treats him better, so he decides to keep pretending that he really is sick. This leads to more lies, and, eventually, crimes.
Our "Urban Myths" are stories that have been passed down over time and have now become part of urban folklore. But are they true? We take a slightly tongue in cheek, mischievous - and deliberately ambiguous - look at what might have happened.Written by
There was going to be an episode titled "Elizabeth, Michael, and Marlon", based on an alleged road trip that Dame Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson, and Marlon Brando embarked on from New York City to Ohio in a rental car shortly after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The casting of Joseph Fiennes as Jackson drew controversy (even Paris Jackson commented on it angrily), so the episode was pulled from the schedule. See more »
The first one I saw was Bob Dylan flying to UK to meet his friend Dave (Dave Stewart from eurhymics). Having no address he ends up at a house with a Dave living there, but is out but Dave's partner invites him in saying he'll be back soon.
Anyway it's well written and enjoyable making you want to see more episodes.
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