Neal Caffery (Matt Bomer) is a con man, forger, and theif, and he is eventually captured by the FBI. After only a few months left on his four year sentence, he escapes to look for his girlfriend. He is eventually captured but this time the FBI creates a deal with him: he has to help the FBI catch other “white collar” criminals.
This series is about the “clash of the cultures” of two American families who are brought together by a pregnancy. Junior, is the son of a Latino family, and Molly, the daughter of an Anglo family. The two just graduated from high school and were about to go to college when Molly found out she is pregnant. The two decide to get married and are finding that mixing the two cultures may not be as easy as it sounds.
After Carter (Chris Smith) is left at the altar, he moves to a short-term apartment complex, where he’s makes friends with three bachelors: Stuart (Jerry O’Connell), an doctor in the middle of his second divorce, Frank (Tony Shalhoub), a four-time divorcee and ladies’ man, and Gil (Kal Penn), who’s desperately trying to win his wife back after he got caught in an affair.
The series stars Julia Ormond as lead character Joanna Beauchamp, a witch and mother of Freya Beauchamp and Ingrid Beauchamp, who are part of the next generation of witches. Mädchen Amick co-stars as Joanna’s mischievous witch sister Wendy. The series is loosely based on the book’s plot, with one change being that Freya and Ingrid are unaware of their magical powers or heritage
Wrecked was a reality documentary show that aired on Speed TV from 2008 until 2009. The show follows the crew of O’Hare Towing Service, as they go around the Chicago area recovering vehicles and focusing on their heavy-duty tow trucks.
World’s Toughest Fixes is a reality show that has aired on the National Geographic Channel since 2008. The show features Sean Riley, an expert in heavy duty rigging and other engineering tasks, as he works on various “tough fixes,” repairing and renovating equipment that is either very large or very dangerous.
Worst Cooks in America is a reality show that has aired on the Food Network since 2010. The show has 16 contestants, with very poor cooking skills, go through an eight-week long culinary boot camp, to earn a $25,000 cash prize.
Witchblade was a superhero/action show that aired on TNT from 2001 to 2002. The show, which is based on the comic book of the same name, follows Sara Pezzini, a tough New York homicide detective, who finds herself in possession of the “Witchblade,” a supernatural artifact that has unimaginable destructive and protective powers that has existed on Earth throughout the centuries.
World of Adventure Sports is a show that aired on NBC from 2004 until 2009. The show focuses on various outdoor atheltics and sports, ranging from racing, climbing, sailing, and more.
WKRP in Cincinnati is a sitcom show that aired on CBS from 1978 until 1982. The show follows various staff members in a struggling radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio, as they try to keep the show running, while trying to keep themselves from getting into various misadventures.