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In 1977, a rag-tag crew of South Bronx teenagers are nothings and nobodies with no one to shelter them except each other. The series is a mythic saga of how New York at the brink of bankruptcy gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco, told through the lives and music of the South Bronx kids who changed the city—and the world—forever.
Two cousins, with different views on art versus commerce, on their way up through the Atlanta rap scene; Earnest 'Earn' Marks, an ambitious college dropout and his estranged cousin, who suddenly becomes a star.
Monica and Quincy have wanted to be professional basketball stars since they were kids. The two became childhood sweethearts in 1981, when Monica’s family moved to Los Angeles from Atlanta, moving into the house next door to Quincy’s. Quincy's father, Zeke, is the star shooting guard for the Los Angeles Clippers. Quincy is shocked that a girl could love basketball as much as he does, and can play so well. They share their first kiss on the first day of school.
As a young woman, heroic abolitionist Harriet Tubman escapes the confines of slavery, and although dangerous, she leads missions to help liberate hundreds of slaves through the legendary Underground Railroad.
Kayla, a new hire at an elegant Park Hotel where Jerry is staying, hires a broke alley cat, Tom, to get rid of the mouse in order to save her job.
This documentary tells the true coming-of-age story of singer-songwriter Billie Eilish and her rise to global superstardom. The film offers a deeply intimate look at this extraordinary teenager’s journey, at just 17 years old, navigating life on the road, on stage, and at home with her family, while writing, recording and releasing her debut album “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?”
Tapping into the late-aughts’ vampire craze sparked by the “Twilight” franchise, youth-oriented The CW hit a gold mine with “The Vampire Diaries,” which bowed in the fall of 2009, attracting the network’s largest audience to date for a series premiere. Based on the popular book series of the same name written by L. J. Smith, the supernatural teen drama, developed by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec, went on to run eight seasons and spawned two spin-offs (“The Originals” and “Legacies”) which became successful in their own right.
“John Wick” is an American neo-noir action-thriller media franchise created by screenwriter Derek Kolstad. The films star Keanu Reeves as John Wick, a retired hitman seeking vengeance for the killing of the dog given to him by his recently deceased wife, and for the theft of his vintage car.
In this franchise that almost didn't happen, Ryan Reynolds stars as Wade Wilson, a former Special Forces operative who now works as a mercenary. His world comes crashing down when evil scientist Ajax tortures, disfigures and transforms him into Deadpool. The rogue experiment leaves Deadpool with accelerated healing powers and a twisted sense of humor. With help from mutant allies Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Deadpool uses his new skills to hunt down the man who nearly destroyed his life.