A government raid on a religious community led by David Koresh near Waco, TX led to a 51-day standoff which ended with 76 people dead.
Amanda Bynes stars as Daphne Reynolds, a spirited 17-year-old New Yorker who travels to London to find her long-lost father. In contrast to her bohemian mother, Daphne discovers her father, Lord Henry Dashwood, to be a very proper politician and English gentleman. Undaunted, Daphne dives into a schedule of stuffy social events, determined to prove that love—and proper etiquette—can conquer all.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen take their sister act to the next level where anything can happen - and does - with the delightful comedy New York Minute.
Billy McBride returns to criminal defense, taking on a grisly double murder case. His client is a 16-year-old boy, and Billy’s damn sure he’s innocent. Billy, Patty, and the team fervently build their case in the seedy underworld of Los Angeles. As the murders’ true culprits come to light, the implications reach as far as the mayoral race — and the city’s preeminent billionaire developer.
Ah Sahm and the rest of 19th-century San Francisco Chinatown fight tooth and nail for control in Season 2 of the adrenaline-filled series.
After tracking a suspicious shipment in the Venezuelan jungle, Jack Ryan heads to South America to investigate. As Jack threatens to uncover a far-reaching conspiracy, the President of Venezuela launches a counter-attack that hits home, leading Jack on a mission spanning the US, UK, Russia, and Venezuela to unravel the President's plot and bring stability to a country on the brink of chaos.
"Suits" will launch its freshman season with stars Gabriel Macht ("Love and Other Drugs"), as one of Manhattan's top corporate lawyers sets out to recruit a new hotshot associate and hires the only guy that impresses him - Patrick J. Adams ("Lost") as Mike Ross, a brilliant but unmotivated college dropout. Though he isn't actually a lawyer, this legal prodigy has the book smarts of a Harvard law grad and the street smarts of a hustler. However, in order to serve justice and save their jobs, both these unconventional thinkers must continue the charade.
After a challenging first year, where Bobby and fellow attorneys Lindsay Dole, Ellenor Frutt, Eugene Young and Jimmy Berluti, spent more time representing undeniably guilty clients instead of innocent victims, things are beginning to look up.
White Collar is about the unlikely partnership between a con artist and an FBI agent who have been playing cat and mouse for years. Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer), a charming criminal mastermind, is finally caught by his nemesis, FBI Agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). When Neal escapes from a maximum-security prison to find his long-lost love, Peter nabs him once again. Rather than returning to jail, Neal suggests an alternate plan: he'll provide his criminal expertise to assist the Federal Agents in catching other elusive criminals. Initially wary, Peter quickly finds that Neal provides insight and intuition that can't be found on the right side of the law.
In the city of Boston, there are two types of attorneys: Lawyers and practitioners. Lawyers belong to large firms with expensively decorated offices in sleek high-Rise buildings; Practitioners have a five-Man legal practice in a few rooms at ground level.
Alvey and Lisa are struggling to keep their gym, Navy Street, afloat. Their best hope is Alvey's son Nate, an up and coming fighter. Jay, Alvey's other son, is on the outs with his father. When Lisa's ex and former MMA champ, Ryan, shows up, complications arise. Nate has secrets of his own which may hold him back.
A consultant puts the show on edge about its future.
Samantha's been a bad, bad girl. But thanks to a coma, she can't remember a thing. Not the parents she hasn't talked to in years. Not the boyfriend she's cheating on. And not the former friend she ditched in grade school. Fortunately her best friend Andrea is by her side with a cocktail and the 411 on every dirty deed. But the more Sam pieces together her past, the less she likes her old self.