Borgia is a historical fiction television series created by Tom Fontana. The series is produced by Atlantique Productions, a subsidiary of Lagardere Entertainment, for French premium-pay TV Canal+ in association with EOS Entertainment, and is currently being filmed in the Czech Republic. International distribution is handled by Beta Film GmbH.

Cast: Christian McKay as Cardinal Sforza, John Doman as Rodrigo Borgia, Isolda Dychauk as Lucrezia Borgia, Diarmuid Noyes as Alessandro Farnese, Mark Ryder as Cesare Borgia, Assumpta Serna as Vannozza Catanei, Marta Gastini as Giulia Farnese, Andrea Sawatzki as Adriana De Mila, Stanley Weber as Juan Borgia and Benjamin Gur as Petronio.

Plot: It was the age of Da Vinci and Michelangelo, of enlightened creativity and unparalleled intellectual achievement. But it was also the age of Macliievelli, of rampant lawlessness, incessant war and unspeakable depravity. At the heart of the world order was the Vatican, the arbiter of conflicts between kingdoms and empires. And at the center of the Vatican was a man whose quest for power would propel him to seek the ultimate prize, the holy see of Rome. He was a man whose name would become synonymous with ruthlessness, and whose reign as pope would be remembered as the most infamous chapter of the history of the Catholic church -Rodrigo Borgia. His four children -Juan, the oldest, a prideful, lazy, unscrupulous sexual predator, Cesare, a young man torn between a faith that was not his calling and his dark violent nature, Lucretia, a young girl discovering the secret power that a women's sexuality holds...

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Body of Proof is a medical drama TV series created by Christopher Murphey. It is scheduled for release as a midseason replacement. ABC recently announced that the series will premiere on March 29, 2011 at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central.

Complete cast: Nicholas Bishop as Peter Dunlop, Windell Middlebrooks as Dr. Curtis Brumfield, Suzanne Gillies as Medical Investigator, Geoffrey Arend as Dr. Elliot Gross, Dana Delany as Dr. Megan Hunt, John Carroll Lynch as Det. Bud Morris, Jeri Ryan as Dr. Kate Murphy, Billy "V" Vigeant as Officer Watkins, Phyllis Lynn as Clerical, Jeff T. Buco as Medical Examiner, Ronald Boone as Medical Examiner, Sonja Sohn as Det. Samantha Baker, Mary Matilyn Mouser as Lacey, Wilbert Berthaud Jr. as Lab Technician, Gerard Bonchack as Series Detective, Anthony Rios as Lab Technician, Kate Teale as Detective, Kent R. Williams as Officer Steave, Kaitlyn Bouchard as Lab Technician, Chemi Che-Mponda as Detective, Andy Jasmin as Officer Smith, Josh McBride as Clerical, Danielle Gelehrter as Lab Technician, Charles Matumbi Jackson as Junkyard Mechanic, Kristi Lynn as Officer Galline, Tony Moreira as Construction Worker as Bruce Altman as Dr. Karasunis, Heather Arthur as Angela, Jeffrey Corazzini as TV News Reporter, Caitlin Dwyer as Birthday Friend, Jean Elie as Corpse, Martin Lee as Assistant Medical Examiner #1, Bruce MacVittie as Mr. Swanson, Jeffrey Nordling as Todd Fleming, Tyler Peck as Receptionist, Sam Robards as Bradford Paige, Molly Schreiber as Assistant Medical Examiner #2, Edward A. Sherman IV as Boutique Shopper, David L. Tamarin as Doctor.

Plot: The series stars Delany as Dr. Megan Hunt, a medical examiner. The show will focus on Hunt's efforts to balance the demands of her professional life with her personal life. Hunt was previously employed as a top flight neurosurgeon who has a life changing automobile accident. Her boss is the city's chief medical examiner, played by Ryan.

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A brilliant neurosurgeon, Dr. Megan Hunt had it all, or so she thought. As the first female head of Neurosurgery at a prominent university hospital in Philadelphia, she never paid attention to how the requirements of her profession were reflected in her personal life, until her husband divorced her and she lost custody of their seven-year-old daughter. Still not recovered from the emotional trauma, Megan was physically transformed - a car accident left her with a condition called paresthesia - random attacks of numbness and cramping of her hands. Tragically, this disease did not appear before Megan went back to work. During an operation, she lost control of her instruments, which resulted in a patient's death. Megan's life as a neurosurgeon was finished.

Five years later, Megan has found new life as a court-medical expert. Although she no longer belonged to patches what is wrong with respect to living patients, it still instinctively ran to the discovery of causes of death for patients and the disclosure of who was responsible and why. As she seeks answers, she finds clues in the bodies of the dead. The body, in fact, is the proof. And with her unique blend of intelligence, instinct and medical knowledge, she can read the body like no other.

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The Other Woman is a comedy film directed and the screenplay is written by Don Roos based on the book by Ayelet Waldman, and stars Lisa Kudrow, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Natalie Portman, Scott Cohen, Charlie Tahan, Daisy Tahan, Lauren Ambrose, Elizabeth Marvel, Anthony Rapp, Scott Cohen, Debra Monk, Michael Cristofer, Mary Joy, Maria Dizzia.

Movie synopsis: Emilia is a Harvard law school graduate and a newlywed, having just married Jack, a high-powered New York lawyer, who was her boss - and married - when she began working at his law firm. Unfortunately, her life takes an unexpected turn when Jack and Emilia lose their newborn daughter. Emilia struggles through her grief to connect with her new stepson William, but is finding it hard to connect with this precocious child. Perhaps the most difficult obstacle of all for Emilia is trying to cope with the constant interferences of her husband's angry, jealous ex-wife, Carolyn.

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Bob's Burgers is an animated television series created by Loren Bouchard for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The show aired a 2-minute "sneak peek" during Fox's Network TV broadcast premiere of The Simpsons Movie and is set to air on Sundays after The Simpsons starting on January 9, 2011. The first season is expected to have thirteen episodes.

Cast: H. Jon Benjamin as Bob Belcher, John Roberts as Linda Belcher, Kristen Schaal as Louise Belcher, Eugene Mirman as Gene Belcher and Dan Mintz as Tina Belcher.

Plot: The show centers on a family that runs a hamburger restaurant. Loren Bouchard stated Bob's Burgers came out of the fact that Fox's animation brand centers mostly on family, but that he also wanted to dabble in workplace comedy. The show is said to fill the void created by the cancellation of King of the Hill, which executive producer Jim Dauterive worked on for nearly its entire run.

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Being Human is a drama television (TV) series to be broadcast on Syfy in January 2011. The series created by Toby Whithouse and stars Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Mark Pellegrino, Gianpaolo Venuta, Angela Galuppo, Kristen Hager, Vincent Leclerc, Alison Louder.

Being Human is based on the British show of the same name made by the BBC. The series revolves around three roommates who appear to be in their twenties, who try to live normal lives despite being a ghost, a vampire, and a werewolf.

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Soulboy is a comedy film, release date to be announced later. The film is written by Jeff Williams and directed by Shimmy Marcus, and stars Martin Compston as Joe McCain, Felicity Jones as Mandy Hodgson, Alfie Allen as Russ Mountjoy, Nichola Burley as Jane Rogers, Craig Parkinson as Alan, Brian McCardie as Fish Shop Bobby, Jo Hartley as Monica, Pat Shortt as Brendan and Huey Morgan as Dee Dee.

Movie synopsis: 1974. Power cuts, strikes and boot-boy aggro on the terraces. Flares, Chopper bikes and beer at fourteen pence a pint.

Joe McCain, 17 and restless, is bored with the flatline tedium of a life that seems like it's going nowhere. Enter JANE, moving to the beat of a music that Joe's never heard, a vision of loveliness who opens the door to a whole world of sound, movement and all-nighter dancing at The Wigan Casino - the home of Northern Soul! Swept along on this tide of pulsating dance and lust, Joe finally finds somewhere he belongs and the acceptance and true love he yearns for.

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Slightly Single in L.A. is a comedy film, release date to be announced later. The film is written and directed by Christie Will and stars Lacey Chabert as Dale Squire, Kip Pardue as Zack, Jenna Dewan as Hallie, Jonathan Bennett as Seven, Haylie Duff as Jill, Carly Schroeder as Becca, Chris Kattan as Drew and Simon Rex as J.P.

Movie synopsis: Dale Squire is a hip, independent girl living in Los Angeles. She makes ends meet by working in the obscure world of reality television, while pursuing her passion as a photographer. After several failed attempts in quasi-relationships, Dale concludes that finding a meaningful relationship in L.A. is impossible. When Dale's old friend, Zach, a successful actor, finds his way back into her life, Dale slowly starts to think that maybe finding love in L.A. is possible. The only problem is that her realization might have come too late, leaving her in an unrequited love triangle, with no way out.

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Sin-Jin Smyth is a horror film, release date to be announced later. The film is directed and the screenplay is written by Ethan Dettenmaier based on an old legend inspired by the Kansas Stull Cemetery. The film stars Richard Tyson, Roddy Piper, Jonathan Davis, Camden Toy, Breezelle Fox and Erik Mackenroth.

Movie synopsis: Sin-Jin Smyth takes place over Halloween weekend in an America that has become a police state. On November 2 (The Day of the Dead), two federal marshals report to a Shin Bone, Kansas jail to transfer a prisoner known as Sin-Jin Smyth during a tornado warning.

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Signs of the Time is a documentary film directed by Don Casper and stars Bob Feller, Brooks Robinson himself, Earl Weaver himself, Larry Barnett himself, Jim Evans himself, Danny Litwhiler himself, Bobby Bragan himself, Fred Lynn himself, Ken Singleton himself and Bill Werber. The film release date to be announced later.

Movie synopsis: Baseball of the 19th century was America's most popular spectator sport. Professional teams like the 1889 Brooklyn Bridegrooms drew nearly a half a million fans per season. In watching some of the earliest known games, there was presence of thousands of fans, but no benefit of the signals on the diamond to allow the spectators to know what was happening on the field. There were no signals for strike, safe, out or foul and no announcer to interpret the game. Prior to the invention of baseball signs, the only signal was the umpire's voice, consumed by the roar of thousands of excited fans. Signs of the Time explores the origins of this pivotal innovation and the baseball pioneers that changed the course of the game and history.

Several have laid claim to the signs and signals that have so profoundly influenced America's game but only two deserve consideration. The first is William Klem, the most significant umpire of the last century and the first to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. He spent nearly forty years in professional baseball from 1905 to 1942, influencing many of the greatest legends of the game. He was well known for his authoritative style behind the plate and his boastful demeanor in public.

The second man was William "Dummy" Hoy, who since the age of two, was profoundly deaf and unable to speak. Hoy was drafted by the professional Oshkosh Baseball Club in 1886. Through his career from 1886–1903, Hoy was admired by his teammates, revered by the fans, and became the most celebrated deaf player in the history of big-league baseball.

Both of these unique men made significant contributions to the game and each has laid claim to the signs of baseball. But like the origins of the game itself, the genesis of baseball's greatest innovation is steeped in legend and fraught with polarizing opinions. Signs of the Time is a dynamic story of triumph over adversity that exposes the myths and mysteries of the game with fascinating anecdotes of the past, historically accurate depictions of early baseball and interviews with the most influential names of the game. The signs of baseball today influence the way we view America's game, and also how we view our culture.

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First look at upcoming television seriesCamelot”, co-produced by the Starz cable network and GK-TV that began production during the summer of 2010, with planned to premiere on 1 April 2011. The series, based on the Arthurian legend. The series is produced by Graham King, Morgan O'Sullivan and Michael Hirst.

Complete Cast: Jamie Campbell Bower as Arthur, Joseph Fiennes as Merlin, Eva Green as Morgan, Tamsin Egerton as Guinevere, Peter Mooney as Sir Kay, Clive Standen as Gawain, Claire Forlani as Igraine, Sinéad Cusack as Sybil, Sebastian Koch as Uther, Philip Winchester as Leontes, James Purefoy as Lot, Diarmaid Murtagh as Brastias and Sebastian Spence as Sir Lucan.

Plot: In the wake of King Uther’s sudden death, chaos threatens to engulf Britain. When the sorcerer Merlin has visions of a dark future, he installs the young and impetuous Arthur, Uther’s unknown son and heir, who has been raised from birth as a commoner. But Arthur’s cold and ambitious half sister Morgan will fight him to the bitter end, summoning unnatural forces to claim the crown in this epic battle for control. These are dark times indeed for the new King, with Guinevere being the only shining light in Arthur’s harsh world. Faced with profound moral decisions, and the challenge of uniting a kingdom broken by war and steeped in deception, Arthur will be tested beyond imagination. Forget everything you think you know…this is the story of Camelot that has never been told before.

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Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster is a CGI television (TV) movie by Warner Premiere for Cartoon Network based on the Saturday morning cartoon series Scooby-Doo by Hanna-Barbera. It is the fourth installment of Scooby-Doo Live-Action film series. The film is directed by Brian Levant, and written by Daniel Altiere and Steven Altiere, and stars Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo, Nick Palatas as Norville "Shaggy" Rogers", Kate Melton as Daphne Blake, Robbie Amell as Fred Jones, Hayley Kiyoko as Velma Dinkley, Ted McGinley as Thornton "Thorny" Blake V, Richard Moll as Elmer Uggins and Marion Ross as Mrs. Trowburg. DVD and Blu-ray are set for release on March 01, 2011.

Plot: The story continues the story of Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. gang on another sleuthing adventure. In the beginning of the story, a chase is happening with Fred, Daphne, Shaggy, and Scooby Doo (voice of Frank Welker) chasing after a cloaked figure. Fred tackles the figure and Daphne rips off the hood and everyone is shocked to see who it is. The story then jumps to a week earlier where school has just ended. Velma (Hayley Kiyoko) and Shaggy (Nick Palatas) are waiting by the van for Fred (Robbie Amell) and Daphne (Kate Melton) so they can go to meet Daphne's Uncle, who has given them summer jobs at his country club in Erie Point so the gang can pay for the damages they did to a barn setting it on fire (which happened to be Shaggy and Scooby's fault as Shaggy didn't know hay was flammable due to the lack of a sign) during one of their mysteries. They then find Fred and Daphne making out in the back of the van. Daphne reveals that they started dating after she fell out of the top of the barn from the mystery that caused them to get the summer jobs and he had caught her, making her realize that he was "the one." Velma warns them that often when two people in a group start dating, any changes of that relationship affects the whole group, but the two don't seem to care.

On the way to the country club, Fred gets lost. They stop at a small country store called Trowburg's where a seemingly crazy woman tells them that she warned them not to build the country club, and that (The Lake Monster) will return. Velma tells them that there have been sightings of the lake monster for hundreds of years. Shaggy immediately rejects the idea of going any farther, but the rest of the gang ignores him. When they arrive there, they are greeted by Daphne's Uncle, Thornton "Thorny" Blake the 5th. He shows them to their quarters, and when Shaggy is getting his bags off the top of the Mystery Machine, he falls off and is caught by Velma, who he then falls in love with. Shaggy asks Scooby if there is any chance of him and Velma, and Scooby bursts into laughter. The next day, Shaggy is caddying with Fred, when he asks Fred for dating advice. Fred tells him that Daphne wasn't his girlfriend; they were just 'hanging out'. He says that he doesn't think their too serious and that he like "playing the field". Meanwhile, Daphne is telling Velma about her relationship with Fred, and saying the exact opposite - that Fred's totally her boyfriend, and he doesn't like playing the field, and things were getting serious. They meet at the pool, where Daphne tells them that they're all invited to attend the opening party for the country club. While she and Fred take a swim, Shaggy takes a walk on the beach with Velma.

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He is struggling to say he likes her, but she isn't paying any attention. Velma is talking about the underwater caves when she finds a moonstone. She says she loves them, and Shaggy begins to tell her that her eyes are beautiful, when Velma suddenly gets nautious and returns to her cabin. That night at the party, a huge frog-like monster suddenly appears and wrecks havoc on everyone. After everyone leaves, Uncle Thorny tells the gang that almost half of members quit, and if someone doesn't do something, he might have to close down the club. The gang decides to help him solve the mystery. They decide to investigate the only person who has ever taken a picture of the lake monster, Mr. Uggins. He is also the lighthouse keeper. Shaggy suggests splitting and insists on going with Velma. They're walking on the beach, and she quotes an old song about the moon, which is says she loves. Shaggy is then sucked into a daydream when he is singing to Velma. However, he is interrupted when they see the lake monster.

Meanwhile, Daphne is talking to Fred about how she thinks Shaggy likes Velma, when Fred says that Shaggy must have not followed his advice. Daphne begins to ask him what he means when they hear the screaming of Shaggy and Velma. The lake monster falls, however, falls and turns out to be Mr. Uggins, who said that he decided to take that picture to make a quick buck, but it wasn't him last night at the party. He then tells them the story of the lake monster: how when people were first settling Erie Point, an old woman named Wanda Grubwort warned them not to come onto her land. They paid no attention to her, so she used her magic staff - which used moonstones as the source of her power - to turn a frog into a horrible monster that attacked the villagers. Wanda was later tried for witchery and burnt at the stake. The next day, Daphne finds Shaggy writing "Mr. Shaggy Dinkley" all over the napkins outside. He eats the napkin when she appears, and tells her that Fred is off putting with some girls.

Daphne sees him hugging them and becomes jealous and angry, and when Fred comes up is very irritated with him, though she doesn't explain why. Shaggy then begins to ask them about dating advice for his friend "Scruffy", but then Velma appears, with important evidence. She shows them the security footage of the lake monster's attack last night, and it shows the lake monster meeting a mysteriously masked figure on the beach. They begin to zoom in on the figure to see its face, but Velma accidentally spills her green tea on the computer and destroys the footage. Depressed and ashamed, she walks away, though Shaggy tries to convince her to stay. He then admits that he likes her to Fred and Daphne. They start to give him advice, but they end up arguing about their relationship, and Shaggy lets it slip that Fred told him they had a "loosey-goosey" relationship. Daphne angrily storms away. Shaggy is pretending that Scooby Doo is Velma later that night. Scooby impatiently tries to do something familiar with Shaggy, by making a monstrous midnight snack, but Shaggy smells Velma's scent and drifts away to find her, leaving Scooby steaming mad. Shaggy is wandering on the green when he runs into the lake monster. Meanwhile, Fred is out jogging when he sees Daphne playing tennis with a couple of boys - a plot to make Fred jealous. Fred is obviously annoyed, but before he can say anything, they hear Shaggy screaming. They run to find him and they also find the lake monster. Fred and Daphne run one way while Shaggy runs the other. He's cornered by the lake monster, but Scooby Doo rides over on a four-wheeler and saves him.

He then crashes into a sand pit where Shaggy finds a moonstone, saying that Velma loves them. Fred and Daphne are hiding by the golf carts - with Fred still trying to find out who those tennis players were while still seeming unjealous - when the lake monster appears. Fred tries to fight it, but they end running for their lives and crashing into Shaggy, who has become terrified that Velma has been eaten. The next morning, they find her unconscious on the beach. Daphne and Shaggy both thinks she's dead and starts crying, but Velma then wakes up. She says she was out walking when the fog rolled in. Shaggy begins to tell her that he was very worried, but stops when he notices warts on her hand. Velma looks surprised, but guiltily assures them that it's nothing. After they fill her in on the latest monster attack, Daphne says that she saw purple paint on the figure's cloak, and suggests they check out a boat that they saw on the way to Erie Point - (one that Shaggy called the "S.S. Daphne" because of its color).

Shaggy doesn't agree and asks Velma out on a date, which she tolerantly says yes to. While Shaggy and Velma are on their date, Fred and Daphne go to see the boat. It is becoming more and more apparent that Fred didn't like Daphne playing with the boys - which Daphne seems to enjoy. On the boat they discover many old newspapers in a closet and learn that the moonstones in Wanda Grubwort's staff were scattered and buried many years ago, and that she had some children which were found in the caves that she lived in. They deduce that Wanda has descendants living in town, and they could be trying to get revenge for what the people did to her. The lake monster then appears and locks them in and turns the water pressure up, bursting the pipes and beginning to flood the closet. While Fred and Daphne desperately try to find a way out, they fight about their relationship problems and break up. Fred finally manages to save them when the water is up to their necks by breaking the closet window with part of the pipe, but Daphne is still furious at him and stomps away. Meanwhile, at Shaggy's date, things go well until he lights a match to light some candles. Velma flings herself back in terror, though she is unsure why. Shaggy calls out the waiter, who turns out to be Scooby Doo, who is angry at Shaggy for ignoring him lately and is trying to ruin the date. Scooby refuses to leave when Shaggy tries to bribe him and instead bites Shaggy, causing Shaggy to knock over the table and drop the moonstone on the ground that he was going to give to Velma as a surprise. When Velma sees the moonstone, she takes it and leaves mysteriously.

When Fred and Daphne, soaking wet, get back to Shaggy's quarters, they find Scooby painting a line between his side of the room and Daphne's side. Things are still very tense between them, but they share what they found out with Shaggy. They can't find Grubwort in the phone book until Shaggy points out that the name of the country store they stopped at, Trowburg's, is Grubwort spelled backwards. They drive to the home of the woman who own's Grubwort's. They see the witch's figure through the windows, but they don't split up, due to the strained relationship between Shaggy and Scooby and Fred and Daphne. The movie then goes to where it began and this time, the cloaked figure is seen to be a very warty Velma. However, she claims not be Velma and attacks the gang, knocking them out for a moment. The gang wakes up later and fined Mrs. Grubwort, who says that her evil ancestor has possessed Velma.

Shaggy is heartbroken, though Fred tries to sympathize, saying that he wasn't the only one who's first love was now an evil witch. The gang realizes that they missed all the little signs - the warts, Velma's fear of fire, her love of moonstones, and how she spilled the tea on the video of the witch because it was going to show her face - that should have proved Velma was up to something, but they were too absorbed with all their side problems. The woman says that Wanda probably would have gone to the caves. Shaggy, remembering a bit of information Velma had given him, points out that their underwater, so the woman offers to rent them scuba gear. They arrive in the cave and while hiding, see Wanda turn several more frogs into monsters. Shaggy bursts out of hiding and commands Velma to stop. Wanda sets her monsters on the gang, and while Scooby, Fred and Daphne run for their lives, Shaggy stays back and tries to help Velma fight the witch. He briefly reaches her by telling her about his feelings, but Wanda takes over again and pins him to the wall.

Meanwhile, Fred and Daphne reach a dead end. Both fearing that it's the end, they apologize for the fights that they had. The lake monsters then burst through the wall. At the same time, Shaggy tries once again to save Velma by singing her favorite song. Velma joins in, and manages to break free of the witch's control. The ghost of Wanda tries to grab her staff, but Scooby Doo arrives just in time and smashes it into a rock, destroying Wanda (ala "Wizard of Oz"). Fred and Daphne, who are about to be killed and are clutching one another for dear life, see the monsters turn back into frogs, They run back to Shaggy, who is confessing how much he really likes Velma. Both the girls impatiently tell him to just kiss her. Velma and Shaggy kiss, but afterwards both agree that they didn't feel a single spark, and it's better if they're just friends. Fred and Daphne agree as well that all of them are meant to be just friends. The next day, Uncle Thorny tells the gang that they are so many applications for membership that he wasn't sure if he could take everyone, and presents the gang with 10,000 dollars to take care of the damages done to the barn. He also says that he will call his attorney and see if the gang can incorporate, to take care of any future damages done. Daphne suggests (Mystery Incorporated) for their sleuthing group name and they all agree as they do a group hug- except for Scooby, who is still upset with Shaggy. He wanders away, but falls over the balcony railing and is caught by Shaggy, who assures Scooby that he'll always be there for him. The final scene shows the gang dressed in 60's fashion and singing.

Bonus materials:

•"Jeepers! Jinkies! Zoinks – A Tribute to the Classic Gags of Scooby-Doo" featurette

•"Scooby-Doo: Rock, Rap and Rollerskates" featurette

•Gag Reel: Ruh-roh! Behind the Scenes Hilarity featurette

•Digital Copy (Combo Pack only)

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Game of Thrones is a fantasy television series created by David Benioff and Dan Weiss for HBO. The series, based on George R. R. Martin's best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels, chronicles the violent dynastic struggles among noble families for control of the Iron Throne of Westeros. The series will debut in April 2011.

Complete cast: Mark Addy as King Robert Baratheon, Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy, Sean Bean as Eddard "Ned" Stark, Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Ser Jaime Lannister, Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister, Michelle Fairley as Catelyn Stark, Aidan Gillen as Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish, Jack Gleeson as Joffrey Baratheon, Iain Glen as Ser Jorah Mormont, Kit Harington as Jon Snow, Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister, Isaac Hempstead-Wright as Bran Stark, Harry Lloyd as Viserys Targaryen, Richard Madden as Robb Stark, Rory McCann as Sandor "The Hound" Clegane, Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark and Maisie Williams as Arya Stark.

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Plot: Seven noble families fight for control of the mythical land of Westeros. Political and sexual intrigue abound. The primary families are the Stark, Lannister, and Baratheon families. Robert Baratheon, King of Westeros, asks his old friend Eddard Stark to serve as his chief advisor. Eddard, suspecting that his predecessor had been murdered, accepts so that he can investigate further. It turns out more than one family is plotting to take the throne. The Queen's family, the Lannisters, may be hatching a plot to take control. Across the sea, the last surviving members of the previously deposed ruling family, the Targaryens, are also plotting a return to power. The conflict between these families and others, including the Greyjoys, the Tullys, the Arryns, and the Tyrells, leads to war. Meanwhile, in the north, an ancient evil awakens. Amidst war and the political confusion, a brotherhood of misfits, The Night's Watch, is all that stands between the realms of men and the horrors beyond.

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I Am is an upcoming documentary film directed by Tom Shadyac, set for release in February 2011.

Plot: "I Am," a prismatic and probing exploration of our world, what's wrong with it, and what we can do to make it better, represents Tom Shadyac's first foray into non-fiction following a career as one of Hollywood's leading comedy practitioners, with such successful titles as "Ace Ventura," "Liar Liar," and "Bruce Almighty" to his credit. "I Am" recounts what happened to the filmmaker after a cycling accident left him incapacitated, possibly for good. Though he ultimately recovered, he emerged a changed man. Disillusioned with life on the A-list, he sold his house, moved to a mobile home community, and decided to start life anew.

Armed with nothing but his innate curiosity and a camera crew, Shadyac embarks upon a journey to discover how he as an individual, and we as a race, can improve the way we live. Appearing on-screen as character, commentator, guide, and even, at times, guinea pig, Shadyac meets with a variety of thinkers and doers--remarkable men and women from the worlds of science, philosophy, and faith--including such luminaries as David Suzuki, Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Lynne McTaggart, Ray Anderson, John Francis, Coleman Barks, and Marc Ian Barasch. An irrepressible Everyman who asks many questions but offers no easy answers, he takes the audience to places it has never been before, and presents even familiar phenomena in completely new and different ways.

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The Cable Guy is a 1996 comedy film directed by Ben Stiller and stars Jim Carrey, Matthew Broderick, Leslie Mann, Jack Black, George Segal,Owen Wilson, Janeane Garofalo, Diane Baker and Ben Stiller. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is prepping the flick for a Blu-ray release on March 1, 2011.

The Cable Guy movie synopsis: A TV-obsessed cable installer, who gives his name as Ernie "Chip" Douglas (Jim Carrey), installs Steven Kovacs' (Matthew Broderick) cable television service after Steven moves out of the apartment he shared with his girlfriend Robin (Leslie Mann). After he illegally gives Steven free pay channels, Chip believes he and Steven have struck up a friendship. Chip takes Steven to a satellite dish and gives him advice about how to win back Robin. Chip tells Steven to invite Robin to his house to watch a movie with him. Steven does so and successfully invites Robin to his house. Chip begins to bombard Steven with calls but Steven does not respond to them. When Robin goes to Steven's house to watch the movie they find the cable has gone out. Chip reveals that he turned off the cable because Steven wasn't answering him. Chip turns on Steven's cable in exchange for him and Steven to hang out the next night.

Chip takes Steven to a Medieval Times restaurant and show where he arranges a fight between him and Steven. Chip appears to fight much more brutally than Steven. Steven however wins and the friendship between them strengthens. When they return home Steven finds that Chip has installed a full entertainment system into his house. Chip arranges a Karaoke party at Stevens' house. During the party Steven has sex with a woman named Heather whom he believes is one of Chip's customers; however, he finds out the next morning that the woman is actually a prostitute that Chip hired. Angered, Steven expels Chip from his life. Chip tries to make it up to Steven by getting Robin back with him. Chip beats up Robin's date (Owen Wilson) and is able to convince her to return to Steven. Chip tells Steven of what he has done but Steven tells Chip that he has no room in his life for another friend causing the latter man to snap. Chip resorts to stalking Steven and Robin to get the attention he feels he deserves.

First, Chip has the police arrest Steven at work for having possession of the stolen entertainment system, but Steven gets out on bail. The aftermath of this incident prompts Steven's close friend Rick Legatos (Jack Black), who has had a deep suspicion of Chip from the beginning, to look into Chip's background. Chip later threatens to blackmail Steven by showing Robin a picture he took of Steven with the prostitute while having dinner at Steven's parents house, but fails after Steven punches Chip in the face in front of everyone else in the house after Chip hints quietly in Steven's ear via playing a game called "Porno Password" that he has slept with Robin while he actually hasn't. The next day, Chip leaks a video of Steven with Robin with him insulting his boss to all of the computers at his office. Steven ends up getting fired as a result. After returning home, Rick calls Steven and tells him he found evidence of Chip's past. Rick says that Chip uses aliases from TV shows such as Bewitched to conceal his identity and has been previously fired from the cable company for stalking his customers. Rick insists that Steven should lock himself up in his house to avoid Chip at all costs. That night, Steven gets another phone call from Chip, who says he is going 'out' with Robin, but does not mention where.

Chip takes Robin up to the massive TV satellite transmitter where he often "hangs out," taking her hostage with a staple gun. Steven hears about Chip's whereabouts from Robin's neighbor. He drives up to the satellite and brawls with Chip, with Chip eventually getting the better of him. Chip then becomes remorseful, lamenting his inability to be a good friend to Steven. Chip then reveals that he was neglected by his mother as a child and that he was "raised" by television. While the much-publicized trial of an accused murderer and former child star (played by director Ben Stiller) is about to come to a conclusion, Chip ends up diving off of a part of the satellite's massive antenna and lands heavily on a smaller spire which is responsible for sending the signal to the nation's television sets, causing everybody's TV to blackout just before the trial's verdict is announced. Chip survives his fall, possibly damaging and injuring his back, and he calms down, separated from Steven and Robin. Soon after, Chip is carried away to a medical helicopter; before he boards, Chip apologizes to Steven for all that he has done to him. Steven forgives him and asks him what his real name is, to which Chip jokingly responds "Ricky Ricardo". As he is air-lifted to a hospital, a paramedic comforts him; Chip sees the paramedic as his new friend, and as the credits are about to roll, he flashes the camera a devious smile. This entire last scene is a parody of a very similar scene in the 1991 film Ricochet.

Bonus materials:

- HBO First Look

- Comedy Central Canned Ham Presents: The Cable Guy

- Gag Reel

- Music Video: Jerry Cantrell's "Leave Me Alone"

- Leslie Mann Audition

- Basketball, Medieval Times, Breakfast, Ending Mud Fight

- Nightmare Camera Test

- Karaoke: "Bust A Move"

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Survivor: Redemption Island is the 20 second season of the American CBS reality show. It is scheduled to air from February 16, 2011 through May 2011. The 22nd season of Survivor introduces a new concept, "Redemption Island" to the United States series based in part to the "Outcast" tribe from Survivor: Pearl Islands, and already used in foreign versions of the show, as The Island of the Dead in the Israeli version, Isla Purgatoryo in the Philippine version's second season and the Swedish Expedition: Robinson 2002. When a contestant is voted off their tribe, instead of leaving the game, they are taken to the area known as Redemption Island. There, they will have to sustain themselves in the same manner as when they were with their tribe, living on limited food and water supplies and shelter. When the next contestant is voted off, they are also sent to Redemption Island, and the two people will face off in a duel challenge. The winner remains in the game, living at Redemption Island, while the loser is finally removed from the game. At pre-determined points in the game, the person at Redemption Island will have a chance to return to the game and be reunited with the remaining players in the game.

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Host Jeff Probst compared the concept to the Pearl Island's Outcast tribe, stating that the concept did not seem to work well with the audience because the Outcast twist was not revealed to the players ahead of time, and was considered unfair to the remaining players in the game. With Redemption Island, the players will be told at the start of the game of the existence and rules of Redemption Island, and Probst will expect this to have an impact on how the tribes will vote out members. Entertainment Weekly's Dalton Ross postulates that due to the Redemption Island duel as part of each episode, all regular challenges in the show will be combined Reward/Immunity challenges until the tribes have been merged

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Avatar: Legend of Korra is an animated television series written by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, expected to air on Nickelodeon in 2011. It is a sequel to Avatar: The Last Airbender, which aired on the same network from 2005 to 2008, and is slated to run for 12 episodes. It will take place in the same fictional universe as the original show: an Asian-influenced world where people have the supernatural ability to manipulate either water, earth, fire, or air, depending on what nation they are from.

Plot: The series will focus on Korra, a teenage female protagonist from the Southern Water Tribe and the current incarnation of the Avatar, who, according to the president of Nickelodeon, will be "hotheaded, independent, and ready to take on the world." She has already mastered the elements of Water, Earth, and Fire, but needs to master Air. The character was partly inspired by Avatar Kyoshi of the original series, whom the creators say was very popular among fans. In order to avoid repetition of Aang's adventures, the creators wanted to root the show in one place, called Republic City. A concept drawing of the city, released with the announcement of the series, shows the city's design as inspired by Shanghai in the 1920s and 1930s, Hong Kong, Manhattan, and Vancouver. In the show, Korra will have to learn Airbending from master Tenzin, son of Avatar Aang and Katara, and contend with an anti-bender revolution taking place in the city.

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Perfect Couples is a romantic comedy TV series for the NBC network. The Perfect Couples is planned as a midseason replacement for the 2010–11 television season. A sneak preview of the series will air on December 20, 2010 at 10:30 pm. It will return in its normal 8:30 pm time-slot on January 20, 2011.

Cast: Kyle Bornheimer as Dave, Mary Elizabeth Ellis as Amy, Hayes MacArthur as Rex, Olivia Munn as Leigh, David Walton as Vance and Christine Woods as Julia.

Plot: Perfect Couples revolves around three unique couples at various stages in their relationships, yet who face similar problems. Vance and Amy are a couple who fight a lot and have a very active sex life. Rex and Leigh view themselves as relationship experts and therefore a "perfect couple", while Dave and Julia are considered the normal pair that everyone can relate to.

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First look at upcoming TV Series "Locke & Key”, based on comic book metaseries written by Joe Hill, illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez and published by IDW Publishing. Dimension Films acquired the film and television rights for Welcome To Lovecraft from IDW Publishing with the intent of developing the property as a feature with John Davis producing. The initial announcement stated that Dimension Films viewed Locke & Key as a "potential franchise". In February 2010, it was announced that Dimension had lost the adaptation rights to Dreamworks with Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci signed on to develop and produce the project. In August 2010 Steven Spielberg also joined as a producer, and the production became a TV series rather than a movie adaptation, with Josh Friedman penning episodes for the show and acting as show-runner.

The TV series adaptation then landed at Fox. The network has greenlit a pilot, which is produced by Dreamworks TV and K.O. Paper Products through the latter's deal with 20th Century Fox TV. Star Trek producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are on board to executive produce, along with Heather Kadin, Josh Friedman, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank and Ted Adams. Mark Romanek is directing the pilot episode.

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The 1999 British flick “Topsy-Turvy” heading home on both DVD and Blu-ray on March 29, 2011. The film is written and directed by Mike Leigh.

Full cast: Dorothy Atkinson as Jessie Bond, who plays Pitti-Sing, Brid Brennan as a mad beggar, Jim Broadbent as W. S. Gilbert, Ron Cook as Richard D'Oyly Carte, owner of the Savoy Theater, Allan Corduner as Arthur Sullivan, Eleanor David as Fanny Ronalds, Sullivan's mistress, Dexter Fletcher as Louis, Sullivan's butler, Vincent Franklin as Rutland Barrington, who plays Pooh-Bah, Louise Gold as Rosina Brandram, who plays Katisha, Shirley Henderson as Leonora Braham, who plays Yum-Yum, Lesley Manville as Lucy "Kitty" Gilbert, Gilbert's wife, Kevin McKidd as Durward Lely, who plays Nanki-Poo, Naoko Mori as Miss "Sixpence Please", Wendy Nottingham as Helen Lenoir, Carte's indispensable assistant, Cathy Sara as Sybil Grey, who plays Peep-Bo, Martin Savage as George Grossmith, who plays Ko-Ko, Andy Serkis as John D'Auban, choreographer, Michael Simkins as Frederick Bovill, who plays Pish-Tush, Sukie Smith as Clothilde, Sullivan's maid and Timothy Spall as Richard Temple, who plays the Mikado.

Topsy-Turvy movie synopsis: On the opening night of Princess Ida at the Savoy Theatre in January 1884, composer Arthur Sullivan (Allan Corduner), who is ill from kidney disease, is barely able to make it to the theatre to conduct. He goes on a holiday to Continental Europe hoping that the rest will improve his health. While he is away, ticket sales and audiences at the Savoy Theatre wilt in the hot summer weather. Producer Richard D'Oyly Carte (Ron Cook) has called on the playwright, W. S. Gilbert (Jim Broadbent), and Sullivan to create a new piece for the Savoy, but it is not ready before Ida closes. Until a new piece can be prepared, Carte revives an earlier Gilbert and Sullivan work, The Sorcerer.

Gilbert's idea for their next opera features a transformative magic lozenge, which Sullivan feels is repetitive, since it is similar to the story of The Sorcerer, and mechanical, due to its reliance on a supernatural device. Sullivan, under pressure to write more serious music, says he longs for something that is "probable" and involves "human interest", and not dependent on magic. Gilbert sees nothing wrong with his libretto and refuses to write a new one, which results in a stand-off. The impasse is resolved after Gilbert and his wife visit a popular exhibition of Japanese arts and crafts in Knightsbridge, London. When the katana sword that he purchased there falls noisily off the wall of his study, he is inspired to write a libretto set in exotic Japan. Sullivan likes the idea and agrees to compose the music for it.

Gilbert, Sullivan and Carte work to make The Mikado a success, and many glimpses of rehearsals and stressful backstage preparations for the show follow: Cast members lunch together before negotiating their salaries. Gilbert brings in Japanese girls from the exhibition to teach the ladies' chorus how to walk and use fans in the Japanese manner. The principal cast react to the fittings of their costumes designed by the famous costumier C. Wilhelm. The entire cast object to the proposed cut of the title character's Act Two solo, "A more humane Mikado". The actors face first-night jitters in their dressing rooms. Finally The Mikado is ready to open. As usual, Gilbert is too nervous to watch the opening performance and paces the streets of London. Returning to the theatre, however, he finds that the new opera is a resounding success.

DVD and Blu-ray will feature the following bonus materials:

- Director-approved digital transfer, supervised by cinematographer Dick Pope (with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition)
- Audio commentary featuring director Mike Leigh
- New video conversation between Leigh and the film's musical director, Gary Yershon
- A Sense of History, Leigh's 1992 short film written by and starring actor Jim Broadbent
- Deleted scenes
- Featurette from 1999 including interviews with Leigh, stars Broadbent and Allan Corduner, and other cast members
- Theatrical trailer and TV spots
- A booklet featuring an essay by film critic Amy Taubin

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The Cape is a drama series created by Thomas Wheeler. It is expected to air on NBC during the 2010–2011 television season as a midseason replacement. A 2-hour premiere is scheduled for Sunday, January 9, 2011, after which the series will move to its normal Monday timeslot beginning January 17. NBC has announced that The Cape has been picked up for 13 episodes.

Full cast: Martin Klebba as Rollo, Summer Glau as Orwell, Izabella Miko as Raia, David Lyons as Vince Faraday, Keith David as Max Malini, James Frain as Peter Fleming, Jennifer Ferrin as Dana Faraday, Ryan Wynott as Trip Faraday, Dorian Missick as Marty Voight, Derek Magyar as Officer Phillips, Vinnie Jones as Dominic Raoul, Fernando Chien as Ark Trooper, Nico Cortez as Ark Officer, Kristin D'Andrea as Party Woman, Eddie Diaz as Officer #1, Bryan Friday as Detective Brooks, J. Teddy Garces as Thug #1 and Eric Pierpoint as Chief Tom Ross.

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Plot: The series, set in the fictional metropolis of Palm City, follows an innocent cop who has been framed for a crime he did not commit and then left for dead after he is caught. He is eventually saved by a circus ringleader who prepares him with special abilities to defend himself against his foes. Separated from his wife and son, he tries to clear his name while protecting them from being killed if he was ever reported alive. He takes the law into his own hands by taking the guise of his son's favorite comic book hero, The Cape, after he is given a special suit that has unique capabilities. Vowing to get rid of the corruption that has taken over both the city and the police force, he goes after the person responsible for setting him up and causing his "demise."

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