A Brooklyn couple have always known that their four-year-old son is more interested in fairy tale princesses than toy cars. But when his preschool director points out that his gender-non-conforming play may be more than a phase, the couple are forced to rethink their roles as parents and spouses.
When a freighter is viciously attacked in the Pacific Ocean, a team of experts concludes that an oversized reptile is the culprit.
The survivors make some disarming discoveries, not only about the aliens, but also about themselves. Mokrani goes on the offensive, taking the fight to the aliens. Ash is forced to make the hardest decision of his life. Meanwhile, Chloe's past catches up with her, threatening to rip apart the delicate semblance of normality she is so desperately clinging on to.
As the wedding day arrives, will Fleabag find the ending she's looking for?
In January 1987, a 22-year-old college student dies during a police interrogation. Under the orders of Director Park, the police request the body to be cremated in order to destroy evidence. Public prosecutor Choi, who was on duty on the day of the incident, denies the request and calls for an autopsy. The police maintain the lie that the death was a simple accident, resulting from shock. The autopsy results, however, point to torture as the cause of death. Yoon, a journalist following the case, reports that the death was a result of asphyxiation during torture. Director Park attempts to conceal the truth by ending the case and arresting two detectives including inspector Cho. While in prison, inspector Cho reveals the truth to prison guard Han Byung-yong, who embarks on a dangerous mission to relay the information to an opposition politician through his niece, Yeon-hee. In Korean.
After New York City receives a series of attacks from giant flying robots, a reporter teams up with a pilot in search of their origin, as well as the reason for the disappearances of famous scientists around the world.
Lockdown continues as the gang glam up for a feminist-icon party and Maddie receives an award! But Ramsay, Soph, and Isabel's busy online lives mean leaving Maddie all dressed up with nowhere to go - until Dylan logs in.
Joseph is a poor tenant farmer determined to bring an oppressive landlord to justice. Instead, he finds himself accompanying the landlord's daughter, Shannon, to America in a quest for land.
After a bungled robbery, James is on the run from the law with nothing but the open road ahead of him.
After a teaser that reveals Sherlock tied up in the back of an SUV, we flash back to two days earlier when Gregson calls him in to consult on a case. A Wall Street executive has gone missing, and even though Holmes despises finance types, he is still eager to solve the mystery. Sherlock uncovers the executive's shady dealings and finds that he died of an apparent heroin overdose. But even though the police have all but ruled out foul play, Holmes suspects that someone at the victim's firm may be killing his way to the top.
Sherlock consults on the case of a serial killer nicknamed 'The Balloon Man' a child abductor who has murdered eight victims since 2005. Sherlock's signature bluntness doesn't endear him to the family of the killer's latest target, but he manages to get a lead that helps him identify the Balloon Man's van as a decommissioned police vehicle. The cops quickly track down the van and are shocked to find that it is being driven by 19-year-old Adam Kemper - the Balloon Man's first victim. With time running out, Sherlock realises that Kemper is the only person who can lead them to the killer and save the life of the abducted child.
First he fought for the crown, now he's fighting for the family jewels. Mike Myers returns as the world's grooviest super spy in his latest adventure! Intent on world domination, diabolical genius Dr Evil travels back in 1969 and steals Austin's "mojo". Now Austin must return to the Swingin' Sixties, recover his mojo and stop his terminally square arch nemesis from liquidating the world. In a psychedelic swirl of colour, Austin and CIA superchick Felicity Shagwell set out to save the world.
Armed with only a roll of duct tape and a Swiss Army knife, super resourceful secret agent, Angus MacGyver, can get himself out of any sticky situation by using his brains over brawn.
The Australians are found to have no case to answer but cannot feel relieved, as they continue to struggle with all of the after-effects. Ismail seeks revenge, which backfires, and the truth comes out.
Ismail, grieving the loss of his daughter, reports the crime at sea to the Australian Federal police and the Australians are investigated. Secrets start to come to the surface and Ismail turns his suspicions closer to home.
The truth leads to a life in danger, as Ismail - blinded by grief - tries to get retribution, leading to a final confrontation and the possibility of new beginnings. The crisis brings Olivia and Damien back into the fold of the family, and they put their own hurts behind them to act as support. Helen, feeling helpless, offers to represent Bilal in court; he reluctantly agrees.
Five Australians on a sailing holiday come across a fishing boat full of desperate asylum seekers. Deciding to help, they tow the boat, but in the middle of the night, it disappears. Years later, one of the Australians, Ryan, steps into a taxi driven by one of the refugees, Ismail. Overjoyed to learn the refugees reached Australia, he invites Ismail and his family to a barbecue - reuniting everyone. It's there that Ryan and the others learn the truth - someone cut the rope between the two boats and, as a result, the fishing boat sank and seven people died, including Ismail's nine-year-old daughter. Old secrets come to light, relationships are shattered and lives are put in danger.
The games team cope with the hype as the opening ceremony draws near, but there is a problem with the closing ceremony.
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