Season 2 of Lore marks a deeper dive into the surprising characters and real-life stories behind some of the world's historical atrocities. Ranging from the Middle Ages to the Age of Rockets, Lore 2 explores the motivations of the damned and the bloody and far-reaching aftermath of that damnation.
Devin Burke and her family have moved cross-country to California and now must adjust to a new life and a new soccer team. The Kentville Kicks don't quite play up to the standard that Devin is used to, so she must establish herself as a leader while also trying to make friends in a strange place.
As the series comes to a close, Gortimer, Mel and Ranger grow closer than ever, even as growing up threatens to pull them apart. Their adventures on Normal Street continue as Mel learns the consequences of overextending herself, Ranger takes on other people's problems while ignoring his own, and Gortimer grapples with the greatest challenge of all: leaving Normal Street
In the new season, Gortimer, Mel and Ranger wrestle with the reality of growing up but the desire to stay in the safe world of childhood. In typical Normal Street fashion, this means Gortimer dons a blazer that makes others view him as an adult, Mel’s brain literally reaches capacity when she tries to advance her studies, and Ranger has to deal with his childhood imaginary friend coming to life.
Set in Detroit during the Civil Rights Movement, “An American Girl Story – Melody 1963: Love Has to Win examines the joyful life and troubled times of an irrepressible 10-year-old African-American girl whose vivid imagination and creativity reinforce her optimism. When shocking national events threaten her sense of security, Melody must find inner strength to restore her hope for a better world.
It's Christmas, 1955 in Daytona Beach, FL, and middle child Maryellen longs to stand out amidst the hustle and bustle of her big family. When Benji, a family friend afflicted with polio comes to stay with them, Maryellen is intent on making the holiday special. After her plans for a big celebration fall through, she discovers the best gifts are often simple, meaningful gestures of friendship.
Aspiring filmmaker, Z and Paz, a budding engineer, arrive at S.T.E.A.M. camp excited for tech heaven. When the administrator makes them explore nature and confiscates all tech, they think their summer’s doomed. Things take a mysterious turn when they meet Jordan, an enchanting “counselor” who sends them on an adventure, opening them up to a world of possibilities — like befriending Drew.
Aspiring filmmaker, Z and Paz, a budding engineer, arrive at S.T.E.A.M. camp excited for tech heaven. When the administrator makes them explore nature and confiscates all tech, they think their summer’s doomed. Things take a mysterious turn when they meet Jordan, an enchanting “counselor” who sends them on an adventure, opening them up to a world of possibilities — like befriending Drew..
Set in 1976 San Francisco, Ivy Ling second generation Chinese-American struggles to find balance between her two cultural identities. Though her parents value family and Chinese traditions, Ivy wishes to be like her all-American best friend, Julie Albright. When Ivy’s important gymnastics meet and her family’s Chinese New Year's dinner land on the same night, she has to decide between the two.
When a small group of Irish soldiers fighting for the U.S. during the Mexican-American War are treated harshly for their religious convictions, fellow compatriot and career soldier Sergeant John Reilly (Berenger) takes up their cause and leads them in a desperate escape across the border into the enemy territory of Mexico.
Known for his mournful Adagio for Strings, Samuel Barber was never quite fashionable. This film is a probing exploration of his music and melancholia. Performance, oral history, musicology, and biography combine to explore the life and music of one of America's greatest composers. Featuring Thomas Hampson, Leonard Slatkin, Marin Alsop and many more of the world's leading experts on Barber's music.
US government policies subtly discourage Americans from becoming organ donors. Activists say we can change all that with a few smart policy changes, but to date, no bills have passed due to an unlikely opponent - organ donation organizations themselves.