Craving Cuba is a documentary film about the Cuban-American experience and their complicated relationship with Cuba. It explores identity and what it means to be and become American in a time when the whole world is obsessed with Cuba.
After 18 years living in Italy, Barbara Ramos returns to live in Cuba. Shot over a period of three years, Return to Cuba chronicles her life after Fidel Castro era, in the wake of liberal reforms and the reconciliation with the United States of America. A light-hearted yet energetic movie positively demonstrating that finding happiness is possible again in today's Cuba!
America's favorite chefs are pitted against the inspired food wizardry of the resident Iron Chefs. In each battle, a secret ingredient is revealed and an all-star panel scores each dish for taste, presentation and originality.
60 Days In offers an unprecedented look at life behind bars at Atlanta's Fulton County Jail as innocent volunteers are sent to live among its general population for 60 days without officers, fellow inmates or staff knowing their secret.
TOONING OUT THE NEWS features a cast of animated characters, led by anchor James Smartwood, parodying top news stories and interviewing real-world guests, newsmakers and analysts. New five- to seven-minute segments will be available Tuesday through Friday, culminating in a weekly full episode.
"A&E Network’s hit series “60 Days In” returns to Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail. Nine participants go undercover, posing as inmates, for a deeper understanding of the criminal justice system and to help evoke change within the facility. This season, one of the participants goes “full inmate,” blowing their cover and turning the entire program on its head.
Coming off the tumultuous year that was 2019, Bill Maher returns for the 18th hit season of his award-winning HBO comedy/talk series. With 35 new editions, the show's winning formula--tweaked to near-perfection over the years--will continue to include an opening monologue, a top-of-show interview, a panel discussion, a mid-show guest and Maher's "New Rules" finale.
This investigative special delves into the shocking story of the Turpin family, who kept their 13 children imprisoned in their California home. Ranging in age from 2 to 29, the children were shackled, starved and tortured, until one brave child managed to escape and alert authorities to the hidden nightmare within their home.