For those who are interested not only in what's hot in pop culture, but what made it so popular, there's "Love Lust"; Sundance Channel's in-depth look at the things that are hot. From the little black dress or high heels or the bikini to the fascination with vampires, the paranormal, or social networking, each episode focuses on a specific trend and explores not only the current craze but the history behind it and how it became a must-have or trend. Topics range from fashion and film to social networking and secret societies.
aired 6 days ago
Sex symbols throughout the generations learned to tap into the social and cultural politics of their times.
aired 32 days ago
Heels are examined in their role as a fashion staple, from Ginger Rogers on to six-inch Manolos and Lady Gaga's lobster heels.
aired 34 days ago
The bikini is the perfect combination of a few triangles of fabric and some string, as it was wielded as a weapon by Raquel Welch and Brigitte Bardot.
aired 46 days ago
First made famous by Coco Chanel. the story of the little black dress as it becomes a fashion staple.
aired 125 days ago
Exploring the modern day roots of social networking.
aired 223 days ago
Street food is the world's oldest and most beloved dining, from sophisticated finger food to dirty pig-outs.
All the news that's not fit for print -- or for that matter, the airwaves -- is reported on the "Onion News Network," an offshoot of the news satire organization The Onion. The network claims to have more "attack satellites" than its competition, and "no other channel has more secret surveillance cameras in homes, businesses and high-level government offices." Its flagship parody show is "FactZone with Brooke Alvarez," which includes a media monitor segment that features Alvarez (as played by Suzanne Sena) pointing out the "gross negligence" of other news organizations.
James Purefoy ("Rome," "The Following"), Michael Kenneth Williams ("The Wire," "Boardwalk Empire") and Christina Hendricks ("Mad Men") star in a six-hour adaptation of novels by Joe R. Lansdale. Down on his luck after losing his job, '60s activist/ex-con Hap Collins can't help but listen when his seductive former wife Trudy -- for whom he still pines -- resurfaces with promises of finding a sunken treasure in the Deep South. Joining the adventure is Hap's unlikely buddy Leonard Pine, an openly gay black Vietnam War vet with a bad temper and little use for Trudy's feminine wiles. Soon enough the simple get-rich-quick scheme snowballs into bloody mayhem.