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"A Discovery of Witches" is a fantasy series based on the similarly-named novel of the "All Souls" trilogy, written by Deborah Harkness. Reluctant witch/historian Diana Bishop discovers a bewitched manuscript in the Bodleian library. As she attempts to unravel the secrets this book holds about magical creatures, she is forced back into the world of magic, full of vampires, daemons, witches and forbidden love. Forming an unlikely alliance, geneticist and vampire Matthew Clairmont helps Diana to attempt to protect the book and solve the riddles within, while at the same time dodging threats from the magical creature world.
Ganz Schweden jubelt und freut sich über das Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs. Doch der Krieg hat seine Spuren hinterlassen. Das spüren auch Nina und ihre Familie, die ein Restaurant in Stockholm betreiben, und sich kurz vor dem Ruin wiederfinden.
An investigation into hate crimes committed against those singled out as "different;" these hate crimes have polarized opinion, inflamed passions and exposed deep-rooted prejudices in American society.
The history of cinematic innovation.
Timed to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the 1978 Jonestown mass murder-suicide that killed more than 900 Americans, this four-part documentary tells of leader Jim Jones' transformation from charismatic preacher and civil rights advocate into narcissistic demagogue who championed the biggest mass suicide in U.S. history. This story is based on the best-selling book by investigative journalist Jeff Guinn and includes archival footage -- secret FBI and CIA recordings, unreleased photographs, personal letters and previously classified documents -- as well as new interviews with survivors and Jones family members who have not previously spoken on the record.
Leaders, risk-takers, visionaries ... iconoclasts. The popular Sundance Channel series celebrates the extraordinary personalities in disciplines as varied as art, cinema, music, cuisine, sports, science, business and philanthropy, with each episode pairing two talents from entirely unlike worlds who shed a light on their unique experiences and inspirations. Featured twosomes have included Charlize Theron and Jane Goodall, Mario Batali and Michael Stipe, Brian Grazer and Sumner Redstone, Renee Zellweger and Christiane Amanpour, Paul Simon and Lorne Michaels, Dave Chappelle and Maya Angelou, Sean Penn and Jon Krakauer, Desmond Tutu and Richard Branson, and Venus Williams and Wyclef Jean.
Catastrophic incidents in aviation history are meticulously re-enacted, providing insight into what went wrong and if the crashes and near-disasters could have been prevented. Accounts from survivors combine with computer images to weave these gripping tales, and expert testimony reveals the hows and whys behind these events, some of which have resulted in important changes to aviation safety and regulations.
A correctional officer must endure the challenges of incarceration for both himself and prisoners.
A handsome con man makes plans to elope with, then rob, a wealthy young heiress.
The true stories of murderers John Christie, his wife Ethel, and their neighbor, Timothy Evans.
Captured in a series of tender vignettes, “The Adulterers" tells the story of two co-workers who engage in an extra-marital affair. They are surprised to find unexpected connections and barriers in their relationship. They keep each other company in a secret world, growing closer yet trying not to fall in love.
A young prostitute finds potential power and status after becoming the mistress of a powerful patriarch.
Based on a series of short films, the dramedy series "This Close" explores the relationship between 20-something best friends Kate, who is newly engaged, and Michael, who is attempting to move on from his ex-fiancé. Universal and relatable themes of love and friendship are touched on throughout the half-hour episodes, which are written by stars Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman -- actual best friends, both of whom are deaf. The ensemble cast includes Cheryl Hines as Kate's boss and Marlee Matlin as Michael's mother, a recovering alcoholic trying to reconnect with her son.
Estranged couple Tom and Louise have a unique way of attempting to repair their crumbling marriage. It's not the fact they attend weekly marital therapy sessions; it's the manner in which they prepare for them. Before appointments with their therapist, Tom and Louise meet at a pub to try to get their stories consistently coherent. They delve into how their lives were before they met, what drew them together, and how, eventually, the bond started to crack. Throughout each episode, viewers are provided with an honest, humorous take on contemporary relationships.
This six-part miniseries, based on John le Carré's best-selling novel of the same name, is a passionate love story set in the late 1970s that weaves a tale of espionage and international intrigue. It follows young, idealistic actress Charlie, whose relationship with the mysterious Becker, an Israeli intelligence officer, leads her into a complex, high-stakes plot devised by the spy mastermind Kurtz. She takes on the role of a lifetime as a double agent, and as she is drawn more deeply into a dangerous world of duplicity and compromised humanity, Charlie falls in love with both Becker and Kurtz.
Alex Godman, the English-raised son of an exiled Russian crime family, has spent years trying to evade his family's past and live on the straight and narrow, running a legitimate business and mapping out a future with his girlfriend Rebecca. As he struggles against the lure of corruption and his family's former mafia connections, tragedy strikes and he finds himself drawn into the shadowy underworld of international crime, fighting for survival and revenge. "McMafia" is inspired by Misha Glenny's best-selling book of the same name.
A co-production between BBC One and SundanceTV, the six-part series introduces the Defoes, a family of female divorce lawyers known for dominating their field in the ruthless and fast-paced world of London's divorce law circuit. At each step, viewers are met with an authentic and compelling look at how four very different women attempt to hold their ground in all areas of their lives -- from their own relationships to their careers and the surprise return of their estranged father after a 30-year absence.
In a divided Germany in 1983, naive 24-year-old East German soldier Martin Rauch is pulled from his benign post as a border guard and given a new assignment: undercover spy for the Stasi foreign service in West Germany. Hiding in plain sight as Moritz Stamm in the West German army, Rauch must gather NATO military secrets. As he veers between father figures, love interests, and East and West Germany, nothing is quite what it seems and everyone he encounters is harboring secrets, both political and personal. The coming-of-age story -- created by American journalist and author Anna Winger and her German husband, Joerg Winger -- is the first German-language drama to be aired on a major U.S. network.
Based on real accounts and inspired by contemporary events, this French spy thriller follows the daily lives and missions of members of the country's external security service -- France's equivalent of the CIA. It focuses on intelligence officer Guillaume Debailly, code named "Malotru," who is mysteriously recalled to Paris after spending six years under cover in Syria. As he tries to re-connect with his daughter, ex-wife and colleagues, Debailly risks everything by resuming contact with his married lover, Nadia, who might have secrets of her own that jeopardize the agent.
In a rare switch for programming usually adapted from one side of the Atlantic to the other, the U.K. is the recipient this time around. Dick Wolf's long-running U.S. police procedural drama gets a British tweak, as the action shifts from New York to London. Despite the change of scenery, the show's fundamental setup remains comfortably the same: the police investigate a crime in the first half, and the prosecutors go after the offenders in the second half. The only major differences are the accents and white wigs.