An acclaimed black pianist hires a white man to be his driver and bodyguard for his tour of the Jim Crow south, and as they set out for the long trip they realize that they have nothing in common, but as the trip goes on they forge a strong bond.
Abby begins an existential life evaluation vowing mortal consequences after 180 days. Her therapist checks out mid-session and a first fate turns into a confrontation with the woman responsible for 'ruining her life.'
Several years after humanity's victory, the children of a fallen hero pilot massive robots to fight monsters from another world when one of their own goes rogue and reopens the rift to the monsters' home world, threatening humanity with extinction.
A social worker's own beloved children are threatened by an evil supernatural terror, forcing her to turn to a disillusioned priest with an interest in mysticism to help save not only her children's souls, but also her own.
A grandfather suffering from Alzheimer's disease puts a strain on his son's marriage with his deteriorating condition, but his granddaughter is determined to help him. Without telling her parents, she runs off with her grandfather to Venice.
In an attempt to reduce the crime rate, the American government makes all crimes legal for 12 hours in a small city to let people purge their more violent urges, but when the oppressed people become targets they fight back and the violence spreads.
Following a landmark 2018 court ruling to lift the ban on sports betting, we introduce a diverse cross-section of the gambling community and explore the evolving impact legalization will have on the industry.
In 1956, Canadian biologist Anne Innis Dagg became the first person to travel to the African continent, in order to study animal behaviour. Despite this monumental achievement, her return to the Canadian science community was far from welcoming.