1. Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings (2019)
In this series, eight stories about family, faith, love, and forgiveness are brought to life by Dolly Parton’s iconic country music catalog.
2. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (2019)
“High School Musical” is the first show ever staged at East High School, and the students are counting down the days until the curtain goes up. As these young people discover the transformative power that only a high school drama club can provide, friendships are tested, rivalries erupt, and lives are forever changed.
3. Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (2020)
Zoey Clarke, a computer coder in San Francisco, suddenly hears the thoughts and desires of the people around her through popular songs after an unusual event.
4. Startime (1959)
As one of the first American television shows to be broadcast in color, Startime is an anthology show of drama, comedy and variety. Tuesday nights on the NBC Television network in the United States in the 1959-60 television season was when the show aired.
5. Make It Pop (2015)
One thing all three of these women have in common is their passion for reading. Music! After being assigned to share a dorm room at Mackendrick Preparatory, Sun In order to get along, Jodi and Corki have to learn how to live together in harmony. In a school where academics take precedence over the arts, can they become pop stars? In what way will these aspiring musicians be able to maintain a healthy work-life balance while also managing their personal lives, including their romantic relationships and on-again, off- Is it possible to find out? Get ready for a fusion of K-pop, musical comedy, and EDM!
6. Good Girls (2018)
With their lives suddenly turned upside down, three suburban moms and wives who pride themselves on being “good girls” decide to stop playing it safe and take their power back by risking it all.
7. Faking It (2014)
Comedy about two best friends who have a slightly different definition of love for each other. When the girls are mistakenly identified as lesbians, they are immediately thrust into the limelight. Karma and Amy decide to continue their romantic ruse in light of their newfound fame.
8.The Danny Thomas Hour (1967)
In the 1967-68 television season, NBC aired The Danny Thomas Hour, an American anthology television series.
9. Eli Stone (2008)
Eli Stone may be a genuine prophet, unlike many other lawyers who claim to be prophets. Since graduating from Harvard Law School, Eli has worked for some of the world’s most prestigious law firms in San Francisco representing only the wealthiest and most powerful corporations. The only thing keeping Eli from quitting his job and ruining his relationship with the boss’s daughter is a series of strange hallucinations he’s had recently. The aneurysm in Eli’s brain causes him to question whether his condition is truly medical or if he has a higher purpose.
10. Happyland (2014)
Lucy, the cynical teen daughter of an idealistic theme park princess mom, longs to experience something real after growing up in a world of manufactured happiness. When Ian, the son of the new park owner, arrives and takes Lucy by surprise, she begins to wonder if happily ever afters really do exist. But when she discovers a shocking secret, she realizes that Happyland is anything but a walk in the park.
11. Claws (2017)
There is a lot more to the Nail Artisan of Manatee County salon than silk wraps and pedicures, and these five nail technicians are no exception.
12. Wendell & Vinnie (2013)
When Vinnie Bassett isn’t working, he spends his free time reading comic books and playing video games. Wendell, his nephew, is so intelligent and mature that his bachelor life comes to an abrupt halt when he assumes guardianship of him. Wendell, a 12-year-old boy, may be exactly what Vinnie needs as a father figure.
13. Turner & Hooch (2021)
Inheriting an out-of-control dog, a deputy marshal is able to solve crimes and uncover a family mystery.
14. I Am Frankie (2017)
She appears to be a normal teenager, but she is in fact an advanced, experimental android who must keep her true identity a secret from the evil tech company EGG Labs in order to avoid being tracked down.
15. Harry’s Law (2011)
There isn’t a person in the world quite like Harriet, Matthew, or Malcolm. But when they come together, they learn how similar their goals are. In a run-down shoe store, the most unlikely of people are starting a law practice.
16. Girl Meets World (2014)
It follows Riley Matthews, the relatable and adventurous tween daughter who attends the prestigious John Quincy Adams Middle School in Manhattan under the tutelage of her father, history teacher Cory Matthews, and her fearless best friend Maya as they navigate the perils of adolescence.
17. Ginny & Georgia (2021)
Angry and awkward Ginny Miller, a fifteen-year-old whose mother is irresistible and dynamic, often feels more mature than her thirty-year-old mother Georgia Miller. Having been on the run for years, Georgia is desperate to put down roots in New England and give her family a normal life. Even so, Georgia and her family’s new way of life is threatened by her past, and Georgia will do anything to keep her family safe.
18. Transparent (2014)
This Los Angeles family has serious boundary issues, and a dramatic admission causes everyone’s secrets to be revealed.
19. The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (2021)
Today, the Minnesota Mighty Ducks are one of the most competitive and powerful youth hockey teams in the country. In the wake of Evan’s dismissal from the Ducks as a 12-year-old, he and his mother Alex set out to form a ragtag team of misfits to challenge the competitive youth sports culture.
20. The Conners (2018)
Dan, Jackie, Darlene, Becky, and D.J. are a working-class American family dealing with the challenges of parenthood, dating, an unexpected pregnancy, financial pressures, aging, and in-laws.