Based on the true life story of California gymnast Ariana Berlin. As she zoned in on her Olympic goals, 14 year old Ariana Berlin's life took a sharp turn when she was involved in a debilitating car accident. Gaining her confidence and movement back through learning hip hop dance, she unexpectedly found herself called back to the gymnastics world thanks to world renowned UCLA Coach Valorie Kondos Field. With Val's help, Ariana was eventually able to secure a spot on the UCLA gymnastics team and win an NCAA championship, a lifelong goal that she had always dreamed of. This is a wonderfully inspiring story of persistence, confidence, and the heart and courage to make a somewhat impossible comeback in life.
When a young Afghan immigrant named Mina gets her first job in a nursing home, an unexpected friendship with Luis, a resident with dementia, reignites her love of music and changes her life forever.
High school senior Sonya (Ana Golja) is ready to graduate and start college away from her traditional Romani parents, George (Raoul Bhaneja) and Morgan (Rachel Wilson). Fearing Sonya is straying too far from the Romani way of life, George and Moragn are eager to find a husband for her. When George and Morgan’s community leader, Ian (Noam Jenkins) suggests Sonya marry his son, Alex (Ehren Kassum), George and Morgan decide to share the news of Sonya’s arranged marriage at her 18th birthday party. But their plan quickly backfires when Sonya brings her non-Romani boyfriend, Ray (Eric Osborne), and refuses to marry Alex. Unwilling to be embarrassed by their rebellious daughter, George and Morgan drag Sonya home and lock her in the basement.
The most unlikely pairing of teen-age girls end up bonding to form the pop group Drama Drama, and make a stand against bullying in their high school.
A rabid film fan stalks his favorite action hero and destroys the star's life.
Zoe and Tristan go into summer school. Maya gets a job babysitting. A girl goes missing leaving suspicion everywhere.
A vindictive and psychotic new roommate attempts to convince an innocent college freshman to commit suicide by slowly destroying her life through the means of drugs, paranoia, and manipulation.
Emily James, now 27 years old and considered a relic in the world of figure skating, gets an improbably shot to reclaim skating glory when a young coach sees greatness in her. Together, they find their love of skating goes beyond the ice.
Over the years, the funky divas of En Vogue have gone their separate ways, until they are asked to perform a benefit concert to save the club that made them stars. They put aside their hesitations to reunite for the special night, but first must overcome their challenging history with Marty (David Alan Grier, "In Living Color"), their former manager and the man responsible for breaking them up. In the spirit of the holidays, the ladies find forgiveness and come together for an epic En Vogue Christmas concert to keep the club from closing its doors forever. Stars Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron, Rhona Bennett as themselves and features some of En Vogue’s biggest hits and two new original songs. Genelle Williams also stars.
The cast and crew talk about their most favourite character moments and the storylines that caused the most reactions.
Derek and Casey are back and continue their hilarious sibling rivalry during a family vacation to visit their grandmother at her beautiful lake front lodge. Things heat up with Casey when she meets Jesse, a handsome young dancer who is a waiter at the lodge. Meanwhile as Derek is "chilling" on his vacation, he falls for Roxy, the rich girl who lives across the lake. But when Roxy's father, a greedy land developer, threatens to destroy the natural beauty around them, the McDonald-Venturi kids band together to save the lake and the lodge.
The life of a group of adolescents going through the trials and tribulations of teendom at Degrassi Community School.
Connor Undercover is a Canadian tween action-comedy television series airing on Canadian specialty channel Family. It stars Max Morrow as the titular character Connor Heath. It is co-produced by Heroic Films Company and Shaftesbury Films. In early 2010, Family renewed the series for a second season.
Follow a group of high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors from Degrassi Community School, a fictional school in Toronto, Ontario, as they encounter some of the typical issues and challenges common to a teenager's life.
Clue is an American five-part mystery television miniseries based on the Parker Brothers board game of the same name, which aired on The Hub from November 14, 2011 to November 17, 2011. The series features a youthful, ensemble cast working together, uncovering clues to unravel a mystery.
The series was created by Raven Metzner and stars Sterling Beaumon as Seamus, Sarah Desjardins as Whitney, Kendall Amyre Ferguson as Agnes, Ana Golja as Liz, Stephan James as Dmitri, and Zach Mills as Lucas.