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Dynasty: Season 2
rating:3.0

Dynasty: Season 2

1981Runtime:0 minutes
Joan Collins ushers in the era of the dueling divas as she joins the cast of Aaron Spelling's campy primetime soap for its second season. After oil baron Blake Carrington (John Forsythe) is cleared of murder, his ex-wife Alexis (Collins) sets out to ruin him and begins a long-running feud with his new wife, Krystle (Linda Evans). Meanwhile, Krystle's money-grubbing niece Sammy Jo Dean (Heather Locklear) arrives and throws more lives into uproar.

Directed by:

  • Gabrielle Beaumont
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Designing Women: Season 1
    rating:3.0

    Designing Women: Season 1

    1986Runtime:0 minutes
    The premiere season of this long-running sitcom follows sisters Julia and Suzanne Sugarbaker (Dixie Carter and Delta Burke) as they labor to get their Atlanta-based interior design company off the ground, with the help of designer Mary Jo (Annie Potts) and office manager Charlene (Jean Smart). The women spar endlessly, even as they help one another through romantic entanglements, impending middle age, voodoo death curses and more.

    Directed by:

  • Ellen Falcon
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Dynasty: Season 1
    rating:3.0

    Dynasty: Season 1

    1981Runtime:0 minutes
    It's lifestyles of the rich, famous and evil in Aaron Spelling's classic 1980s primetime soap opera. In Season 1, oil baron Blake Carrington (John Forsythe) marries Krystle (Linda Evans), and his daughter, Fallon (Pamela Sue Martin), weds Jeff Colby (John James) to save the business from ruin. Blake's accused of killing his gay son's lover, and in the finale, a surprise witness takes the stand -- Blake's ex-wife, Alexis Colby (Joan Collins).

    Directed by:

  • Ralph Senensky
  • Robert C. Thompson
  • Gabrielle Beaumont
  • Don Medford
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Two and a Half Men: Season 6
    rating:3.0

    Two and a Half Men: Season 6

    2008Runtime:0 minutes
    Harper siblings Alan (Jon Cryer) and Charlie (Charlie Sheen) continue to help Alan's son, Jake (Angus T. Jones), navigate his teen years in this popular sitcom's sixth season. Free-spirited Charlie never fails to keep nebbish Alan on his game, while Jake sits back and enjoys the ride. Besides putting up with their overbearing mother (Holland Taylor) and making sure Jake stays on track, the brothers try to muddle through the mine field of romance.

    Directed by:

  • Jean Sagal
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Dynasty: Season 3: Vol. 2
    rating:3.0

    Dynasty: Season 3: Vol. 2

    1982Runtime:0 minutes
    Joan Collins, Linda Evans and John Forsythe return for another over-the-top season of Aaron Spelling's popular nighttime soap opera that revolves around the heated rivalry between the Carringtons and the Colbys. The emergence of Krystle's ex-husband spells trouble for her marriage to Blake, Steven disappears after an oil rig explodes in Indonesia, and Alexis positions herself to take over Denver-Carrington.

    Directed by:

  • Gwen Arner
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Friends: Season 3
    rating:3.0

    Friends: Season 3

    1996Runtime:0 minutes
    The hilarious shenanigans of the tightest circle of friends -- Ross (David Schwimmer), Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), Monica (Courteney Cox), Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Joey (Matt LeBlanc) -- are all here in this Season 3 collection, including Chandler and Joey adopting a duck and a chick. As Ross and Rachel go "on a break," Monica meets a new man (Jon Favreau), Phoebe connects with family and Chandler hooks up with Joey's sister.

    Directed by:

  • Gail Mancuso
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Degrassi Junior High: Season 3
    rating:3.0

    Degrassi Junior High: Season 3

    1988Runtime:0 minutes
    No issue goes wanting in the third season of this groundbreaking show about the highs and lows of making the grades or just fitting in during junior high. The compellingly honest series tackles friendship, puberty, rumors, sports, studies and more. Alternately moving and shocking but always riveting and believable, "Degrassi Junior High" is a must-see for adolescents (and parents) everywhere.

    Directed by:

  • Clarke Mackey
  • Eleanor Lindo
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Just Shoot Me: Season 3
    rating:3.0

    Just Shoot Me: Season 3

    1998Runtime:0 minutes
    The high-fashion high jinks continue for the screwy staff of Blush magazine-- snarky assistant Finch (David Spade), headstrong editor Maya (Laura San Giacomo), aging sexpot Nina (Wendie Malick) and befuddled millionaire owner Jack (George Segal) -- in Season 3 of the hit sitcom. This year, Finch meets Star Wars star Mark Hamill, Elliot (Enrico Colantoni) woos Tyra Banks, and Maya's love life continues its endless roller coaster.

    Directed by:

  • Pamela Fryman
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Just Shoot Me: Seasons 1 & 2
    rating:3.0

    Just Shoot Me: Seasons 1 & 2

    1997Runtime:0 minutes
    This ensemble sitcom follows the daily antics at New York City-based Blush magazine -- a women's publication that offers advice about sex, diets, makeup and clothing -- owned by philandering editor-in-chief Jack Gallo (George Segal). His wacky staff members include Gallo's overly earnest daughter (Laura San Giacomo), his conniving receptionist (David Spade), an insecure photographer (Enrico Colantoni) and a ditsy fashion expert (Wendie Malick).

    Directed by:

  • Philip Charles Macenzie
  • Leonard R. Garner Jr.
  • Jeff Melman
  • Lee Shallat-Chemel
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Friends: Season 4
    rating:3.0

    Friends: Season 4

    1997Runtime:0 minutes
    The fourth season's episodes are chock-full of hilarious antics, including the Thanksgiving Chandler spends in a box, Phoebe becoming a surrogate mother for her half-brother and Ross marrying Emily and making the Freudian slip at the altar. There's also, of course, Monica and Chandler hooking up -- finally. Rachel, Phoebe, Ross, Monica, Joey and Chandler are back in one of the most memorable seasons of the hit television sitcom.

    Directed by:

  • Shelley Jensen
  • Peter Bonerz
  • Gail Mancuso
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Westwood Park: Season 1
    rating:3.0

    Westwood Park: Season 1

    1997Runtime:0 minutes
    Two warring families kick up a dust cloud of corruption and greed in this Caribbean soap opera set in the affluent Westwood Park -- which is basically Trinidad's version of "The O.C." The first season opens with patriarchs Herbert Gunn-Munroe (Bernard Hazell) and Jonathan Du Soleil (Dennis McComie) locked in a dubious friendship as their children prepare to wed. But the arrival of a beguiling woman (Princess Simone Hazell) changes everything.

    Directed by:

  • Danielle Dieffenthaller
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    The Meaning of Food
    rating:3.0

    The Meaning of Food

    2004Runtime:0 minutes
    Discover the rich and varied history of American dining in this series that has filmmakers sitting at the table with guests from across the country who bring to the discussion opinions and experiences informed by their own cultural expectations.

    Directed by:

  • Maria Gargiulo
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    The Amazing Race: Season 1
    rating:3.0

    The Amazing Race: Season 1

    2001Runtime:0 minutes
    An instant phenomenon, the Emmy-winning "The Amazing Race" raised the bar for television reality programs. This inaugural season introduces the show's concept, which features rival teams traversing the globe competing for a million-dollar cash prize. Facing mental and physical challenges, contestants must not only outwit their opponents, but also keep their cool when complications arise and personalities clash within their own ranks.

    Directed by:

  • Elise Doganieri
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Gilligan's Island: Season 1
    rating:3.0

    Gilligan's Island: Season 1

    1964Runtime:0 minutes
    The three-hour tour that turned into years on a deserted island for the seven people aboard the S.S. Minnow provided three seasons of fun for TV audiences. In their attempts to get off the island, the intrepid Gilligan (Bob Denver), the Skipper (Alan Hale Jr.), Thurston Howell III (Jim Backus), "Lovey" Howell (Natalie Schafer), Ginger (Tina Louise), Mary Ann (Dawn Wells) and the Professor (Russell Johnson) get into one predicament after another.

    Directed by:

  • John Rich
  • Richard Donner
  • Ida Lupino
  • Jack Arnold
  • Ray Montgomery
  • Lawrence Dobkin
  • Hal Cooper
  • Anton Leader
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Full House: Season 2
    rating:3.0

    Full House: Season 2

    1988Runtime:0 minutes
    With three active girls in the house, father Danny (Bob Saget), Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and pal Joey (Dave Coulier) have their hands full in Season 2 of the family sitcom. This season, D.J. (Candace Cameron) struggles with junior high school pressures; attention-starved Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) gets married; the Beach Boys pop by; Jesse plans to marry Becky (Lori Loughlin); and Michelle (the Olsen twins) continues her reign as Queen Cutie.

    Directed by:

  • Peter Baldwin
  • Bill Foster
  • Lee Shallat-Chemel
  • Steve Zuckerman
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Full House: Season 3
    rating:3.0

    Full House: Season 3

    1989Runtime:0 minutes
    In the third season of the popular family sitcom, DJ (Candace Cameron) and Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) start a new school year. But while Stephanie's having a blast in the second grade, DJ finds that fitting in at junior high isn't as easy as she'd expected. Meanwhile, Joey (Dave Coulier) competes on "Star Search," Danny (Bob Saget) hosts a telethon, and Jesse (John Stamos) tries to prove he's still a wild and crazy guy at heart.

    Directed by:

  • Peter Baldwin
  • Bill Foster
  • Lee Shallat-Chemel
  • Steve Zuckerman
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Now and Then
    rating:3.8

    Now and Then

    1995Runtime:0 minutes
    Waxing nostalgic about the bittersweet passage from childhood to puberty in this tender coming-of-age tale, four childhood girlfriends -- Teeny, Chrissy, Samantha and Roberta -- recall the magical summer of 1970. During their walk down memory lane, they reconcile experiences with boys, secrets, bullies and more. Lesli Linka Glatter directs; Gaby Hoffmann, Ashleigh Aston Moore, Cloris Leachman, Thora Birch and Christina Ricci co-star.

    Directed by:

  • Lesli Linka Glatter
  • rating:3.8 3.8 Average Rating

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    Now and Then (1995)
    A heartwarming movie about four childhood girlfriends who, in adulthood reunion, relive their experience of the life-changing summer of 1970, including a mystery death, divorce, standing up to the boys, first kiss, and the meaning of true friendship. Each explores her unique identity amidst family and friends. Beautifully directed by Lesli Linka Glatter.
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