You Also May Like
The Lounge Channel is a series of shows filmed on Long Island that include, The Lounge TV Show, Bookend Baldies, Cooking in Color, Lounge Around Town, Girls Gotta Eat and Booze & Bites. From cooking shows to comedy, we got you covered. Live, love and laugh on The Lounge Channel.
Tragedy befalls a world-famous sommelier attending an important wine event when he suddenly, inexplicably loses his palate. His mission to recover his talent leads him on a journey through peerless wineries and beautiful vineyards, but most importantly into his own soul.
Gym Shorts is a comedy series about the quirks and qualities of gym life. Taking place at the local gym U*Ran*Us Fitness, discover a world of colorful, relatable characters who bond together through their desires, unchecked expectations and the deeper meaning of life and lack of reality you can only find in the gym. Kevin, a recent divorcee, going through a mid life crisis, seeking a change in his mundane life heads to the gym, where he meets Chad, the well meaning yet clueless trainer of U Ran Us Fitness. Kevin is then forced into a gym world he doesn't really understand and meets a whole host of characters that he doesn't quite fit in with...yet. (who are we kidding... it's basically a web series about all the crazy, beautiful stereotypes you meet in the gym!)
Captain Orellana, a private investigator and former cop specializing in the most impossible mysteries, is tapped for the wackiest, most dangerous case of his long career. With a comical 007-like swagger, Orellana gets to the bottom of the uncanny occurrences in a remote village that seems to be… POSSESSED!
Fran y Eddie son dos gángsters de poca monta que pretenden vender una maleta repleta de droga. Para ello, han preparado un encuentro con un comprador en una peluquería abandonada a las afueras de la ciudad. Las cosas tomarán un giro imprevisible cuando uno de ellos entre en el baño y se encuentre inmerso en un viaje temporal. El otro, por su parte, iniciará un meta-viaje por la propia película. Este es el punto de partida de una de las comedias españolas más sorprendentes de los últimos años, adaptación del montaje teatral de la compañía Sexpeare que causó sensación en la cartelera madrileña a principios de la pasada década. Todo un viaje, desde luego.
Diary Of A Lunatic
The story of Trew, a quirky young lady with hidden worries and fears, is brought to life when three friends move into her old apartment and find the journal she has left behind, which is an account of Trew’s experience with a mysterious man who showed up in her living room after she was dumped by her boyfriend. Apparently, Trew is the only one who can see, hear, and talk to this mysterious man who calls himself “I AM.”. In Trew’s words, “Its simple-He spoke, I freaked, the unbelievable happened”.