For years, young Karen Tate has wished for better parents, then soon finds out that her so-called parents not only adopted her, but kidnapped her when she was a toddler. Be prepared for a ride of a lifetime! Written and Directed by Jamie C.V. Strong
Jill wakes up with a mean hangover and a man she doesn't know in her bed - who has been stabbed to death. With the help of her friend Lia, she tries to figure out who the murderer is, all while trying to hide the issue from her roommate.
In this gripping noir, quirky con artist Barney blackmails a cheating husband. But the greedy grifter demands much more than money, forcing wife Melissa and husband Allen to confront their deepest, darkest secrets. Tension mounts as Melissa, Allen and Barney engage in a desperate game of cat and mouse with each player trying to figure out who's telling the truth. Marty Lodge, Lucy Newman-Williams and Neil Conway star.
A yeshiva student sets out to help his disco singer brother find a wife, and ends up entangled in complicated love triangle in Israel's first Yiddish-language film/musical.
Megabucks Giveaway was a game show that aired on Michigan's WDIV-TV from April 13, 1991 to September 14, 1996. It was developed by the Michigan Lottery. The hosts included Chuck Gaidica from WDIV, Aggie Usedly from the Michigan Lottery, and Detroit radio personality Jim Harper, who occasionally substituted for Gaidica. Megabucks Giveaway was an updated version of the Michigan Lottery's previous game show, Fame and Fortune, with a few new elements. Contestants were chosen by submitting their non-winning instant-win tickets for a random drawing.
Fortune: Million Pound Giveaway was a British television show hosted by Richard Madeley which first aired on ITV on Tuesday 2 January 2007. Over seven weeks, various members of the public appeared, several per show, and appealed before a panel of judges for money to fulfil ambitions or dreams. The show was made by Fever Media for ITV. The panel consisted of five high-profile members, four of whom are multi-millionaires: ⁕Jeffrey Archer - best selling author, convicted criminal, former Member of Parliament and former Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party. ⁕Duncan Bannatyne - entrepreneur, panel member of BBC Two's Dragons' Den and owner of Bannatyne's Health and Fitness clubs ⁕Jacqueline Gold - Managing Director of Ann Summers and daughter of David Gold, the co-chairman of West Ham United F.C. ⁕Simon Jordan - mobile phone entrepreneur and the then owner of Crystal Palace F.C. ⁕Kanya King - founder of the MOBO awards. The concept is similar to that of BBC Two's Dragons' Den, also featuring Duncan Bannatyne. The programme was recorded between 10 December and 15 December 2006 at Three Mills Studios in Bow, London. Each day of this week several requests were filmed, and after recording was complete edited together to give a balanced series of seven programmes.
Explore the world of forensic science through photos and case studies of several of the country's leading autopsy experts, including forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden.