When a young woman, Simone Burner (singer/songwriter, Brandy Allison), is accused of murdering the man who assaulted her, she seeks out the help of attorney Jack Evans (Erik Estrada, TV's CHIPS) to prove her innocence. A ruthless and corrupt prosecutor engages her in a trial that brings the past she's longed to escape to the forefront of her defense.
Best friends Timmy and Marco go to the same high school, but live in neighboring London boroughs. When Marco is beaten up by one of Timmy’s school friends, the two boys wind up on rival sides of a gang war in which there are no winners… only victims.
Starring Jeante Godlock and Tisha Campbell-Martin. With the support and sacrifices of her family and coach, Simone Biles won 19 Olympic and World Championship medals and is one of the greatest gymnasts of all time. This is her story.
The town of Kalgoorlie is a relic of the goldrush, built on 'gold, girls, and grog'. In its midst is Questa Casa, the oldest working brothel in Australia. Run by Madam Carmel, the brothel is struggling, not helped by the charismatic yet troubled working girl BJ. Their unique stories tell of two women at odds with the modern world and epitomise the thorny debate surrounding the sex industry.
U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch said in a statement, "these defendants ruthlessly exploited their immigrant employees, stealing their wages and requiring them to live in unregulated boarding houses." The arrest sheds light on the vulnerability of undocumented families in America, which is also the mission of the Nuns on the Bus, currently touring across the country to rally crowds around immigration.
Filmed on location in Nashville, season two stars Paul Wesley, Carrie-Anne Moss, Odette Annable, Eka Darville, Matt Lauria, Natalie Alyn Lind, and Ashley Madekwe. In addition, Danielle Campbell returns to TELL ME A STORY this season in a recurring role, as Olivia Moon. Garcelle Beauvais, Caleb Castille, and Christopher Meyer round out the cast with recurring roles.
Simone would rather be anywhere in the world than stuck in the elevator with a white, male company executive, especially moments away from a verdict announcement in a controversial trial. The film explores white privilege, racial bias, and code switching in the workplace.