Kate Harrison (Malin Åkerman) is a reformed party girl who ends up marrying a lawyer, Pete (Bradley Whiteford) that she randomly let at a karaoke bar. Once married she finds out that life is not as easy as it seems as show she has to deal with Pete’s two ex-wives and their children. She has to try to find a way to fit in to her new life with this family if she is to survive in hilarious comedy.
What if you developed the powers of telepathy, teleportation, and telekinesis? This new series focuses on teenagers from around the world who have represent the next stage in human evolution and are given the new genus: Homo superior and called Tomorrow People. They are being hunted by Ultra, an organization who uses Tomorrow People to hunt down and kill others. If the Tomorrow People are going to survive they will have to band together to defeat Ultra or risk annihilation.
In the world of True Blood the supernatural is just an everyday but hidden occurrence. One day Sookie Stackhouse (who is telepathic) encounters a mysterious man named Bill, who is a vampire. From there her world gets turned upside down as she gets to know that the world is really full of supernatural creatures and what she thought she knew her whole life, is just a shadow of the real world.
Twinkle Twinkle is a South Korean drama series that aired in 2011 on MBC about two opposite girls that find they are switched at birth. Educated, Han Jung-Won (Kim Hyun-Joo) is a single woman who puts her work first. Opposite is Hwang Geum-Ran (Lee Yu-Ri) who only finished high school and wants a better life, which she thinks will happen through finding a man. Life takes a turn for the two when they find out their parents are not who they think they are.
Trauma is a medical drama series that aired on NBC in 2009 about six paramedics and EMT’s, who save lives in San Francisco. The high action series follows Glen (Taylor Kinney), Boone (Derek Luke), Nancy (Anastasia Griffith), and Tyler (Kevin Rankin) as they work on ground trauma. Their counterpart saving people from the skies is pilot, Marisa (Aimee Garcia) and her somewhat crazy partner, Rabbit (Cliff Curtis). The episodes cover real life type emergencies and mixing in the teams personal lives.
Transformers Prime is a computer animated series that aired on the Hub network in 2010 about the Transformers that stayed on earth to defend against the Decepticons. The series follows a group of Transformers, Team Prime, who are based out of a government missile silo in Nevada. Team Prime and their human friends defend the earth against the Decepticons led by Starscream and the MECH, human terrorist group.
Total Recall 2070 first aired on Canadian television and then an edited version on Showtime in 1999 about a dark and overcrowded future that is controlled by computer based companies. The series takes place in 2070 where a majority of Earth and Mars are controlled by a corporate run group called the Consortium. In the series veteran detective, David Hume (Michael Easton) is partnered and new android, Ian Farve (Karl Pruner) work for a government agency called, Citizens Protection Bureau (CPB). The series follows the two as they investigate the agenda of the Consortium.
Total Blackout is a games show that aired on the SyFy network where contestants compete in the dark. Jaleel White hosts the series and eggs contests on as they complete challenges in total darkness. In this game show contestants must rely on their other senses to get through challenges which can be a comical site.
Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood is a reality series that aired on the Oxygen network in 2007 following the lives of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott. The first season starts out with Tori and Dean deciding to move from Los Angeles to open a small bed and breakfast with Tori’s inheritance of $800,000. The episodes go through the trial and errors of starting a business and starting a family together all for the world to see.
Top Chef is a reality series that aired in 2006 on the Bravo network, where chefs compete in cooking challenging to gain the title of “Top Chef”. In every episode there are two challenging cook offs that are judged by a panel of award-winning chefs. The first challenge is called the Quickfire test, which chefs are given a number of unbeknownst ingredients they must invent a dish out of. The second is a challenge where they use specific and sometimes exotic ingredients to create a dish. Each week someone is eliminated until there is a Top Chef.