A professional hit man finds himself the unlikely guardian of a streetwise 12-year-old girl who seeks to learn the trade. Gritty, explosive drama, with Gary Oldham. From the director of "La Femme Nikita."
Sherri clip - starring Sherri Shepherd, Kali Rocha, Tammy Townsend, Elizabeth Regen, Michael Boatman.
L on: The Professional -- After her parents are brutally murdered, Natalie Portman vows vengeance and becomes the prot?g? of professional assassin Jean Reno.
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Snapped -- The Sheriff tries to find out what has killed old man Zimmer and some farm animals and is taking their hearts. He sends his two deputies to investigate but they wind up the same way, heartless. Is the sheriff next?
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A 12 year-old girl turns to a hit man for protection after her family is murdered. Training her in the tricks of his trade, the hired gun tracks down the killer so the girl can get revenge.
A high school baseball coach (Krumholtz) and a down-on-his-luck private investigator (Burns) form a bond as they scour New York City for the coach's wife, who's run away with a second-rate rock star. As in Burns' previous films, the city itself becomes a character as the two men confront their fear of change and the familiar habit of loneliness.
The Sheriff tries to find out what has killed old man Zimmer and some farm animals and is taking their hearts. He sends his two deputies to investigate but they wind up the same way, heartless. Is the sheriff next?
After her parents are brutally murdered, Natalie Portman vows vengeance and becomes the prot?g? of professional assassin Jean Reno.
Mathilda a young girl living in New York City discovers one day that her family has been killed by corrupt DEA agents. Mathilda takes refuge with her neighbor, Leon, an assassin. Together they seek to avenge the death of her family.
After his interview, Vince tries to make things right with journalist Sophia Lear. Ari gets a reality check from his lawyer about his divorce. Eric receives an over-the-top gift from Melinda Clarke, and some unsettling news from Johnny Galecki. Turtle meets with his East Coast partners on a new business venture. Drama shows his solidarity.
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Sherri finds herself at a crossroads between re-kindling her relationship with Kevin and starting a new future with Randy. Celia and Angie have differing opinions about whom Sherri should choose. Meanwhile, Bart Peaslee tells Summer he's ready to officially begin their relationship, but first he'd like to spoil and pamper her with a head-to-toe make-over. Tuesdays at 10 pm et/pt.
Sherri prepares for a quiet, drama-free Thanksgiving with Bo and her father Redmond, but a revolving door of unexpected guests derail her plans. Kevin invites himself over, Randy arrives unexpectedly and even Paula shows up because baby Julian spikes a fever and needs to see his doctor. Meanwhile at the office, Summer, Angie and Celia pack hot meals for the needy. When the church van is towed, Angie flirts with a handsome cop and convinces him to help deliver meals. Eventually, Summer, Celia, Angie and the cop all end up at Sherri's where chaos reigns: Kevin and Randy spar, Redmond resents sharing his potential leftovers with so many guests, and Paula spills the beans and tells Bo that Julian is his brother. Ultimately, Sherri realizes her new big modern family is something to be very thankful for. Tuesdays at 10 pm et/pt.
Sherri hosts a game night so her friends can finally meet Randy. Celia brings her husband Miles, while Summer and Angie decide to each bring a date for the other. Thinking they'll be well-suited, Summer brings her plumber for Angie, but when Angie shows up empty handed, Summer decides to keep the plumber for herself. Randy seems to be charming Sherri's friends, until his answer to a hypothetical board game question leads Sherri to doubt his morals and his honesty. Tuesdays at 10 pm et/pt.
After Bo tells her he hates her, Sherri volunteers to watch Julian, Paula's new baby. Sherri is suddenly summoned to the office to work on a weekend project and must take the baby with her. Sherri, Celia and Angie are not pleased when they learn Summer has brought them in to organize receipts for law partner Bart Peaslee's upcoming audit. Although Summer is ecstatic when Peaslee shows up at the office, she insists the ladies hide the baby. Taking care of Julian stirs up the motherhood urge in Sherri once again and prompts one of the ladies to reveal she may be pregnant. Tuesdays at 10 pm et/pt.
"Sherri" centers around a newly single mom, paralegal and part-time comedian/actress who tries to get back into the dating scene and move on with her life after divorcing her cheating husband. Sherri finds solace and support among her girlfriends at the office while juggling her hectic life. Tuesdays at 10 pm et/pt.
Sherri considers trick-or-treating as a family. Elsewhere, Celia and Angie throw a surprise party for Summer, whose birthday has always been overshadowed by Halloween; and Sherri becomes annoyed when she keeps running to Paula all over town. Tuesdays at 10 pm et/pt.
Sherri performs stand up about being newly single at a comedy club where her old friend Doug emcees. Doug is excited to hear that Sherri is single and asks her out on a date. Sherri decides to enjoy her newfound popularity. Celia and Angie have differing opinions on whether or not Sherri should let Dr. Gregg know she's going out with Doug. At dinner, Dr. Gregg corners Sherri and she admits she'd like to date other people. Later, Sherri's date with Doug takes a turn for the worse when Doug reveals he's not over his last relationship and he has a complete emotional breakdown. Tuesdays at 10 pm et/pt.
After sharing an awkward first kiss with Dr. Randy Gregg, Sherri decides to stay home instead of returning to dating. Trying to lift his daughter's spirits, Redmond takes Sherri out and coaches her on dating. Sherri musters up the courage to ask Dr. Gregg for a do-over kiss. Meanwhile, Angie has a run-in with one of the partner's daughters. Tuesdays at 10 pm et/pt.
Sherri's use of her new single status in her comedy routine inspires an old friend to ask her out. Later, she tells Dr. Gregg that she doesn't want to be exclusive. At work, Celia and Angie ask Donna to sign their overdue time cards, but Donna will only do so after she gets a makeover. Oct. 9 at 7 pm et/pt.
Sherri (Sherri Shepherd) struggles with Bo's first official custody weekend with Kevin, while her girlfriends try to show her the benefits of having time to herself. Angie (Elizabeth Regen) drags Sherri to a bar, but a call from Bo cuts the night short. Celia (Tammy Townsend) takes Sherri to a meditation studio to help her relax, but it has the opposite effect, and Summer (Kali Rocha) throws a party, but Sherri can't focus. She slips out of the party to spy on Kevin (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) and Bo (Brandon Khalil) only to find the two nicely bonding. Sherri quietly slips away to do something for herself. Oct. 8 at 7 pm et/pt.
When Sherri (Sherri Shepherd) can't reach Kevin by phone to confirm he's picking up a basketball hoop for Bo's birthday, she tries unsuccessfully, to sneak out of work and buy it. Already overwhelmed, Sherri is asked to take on Celia's (Tammy Townsend) workload when the president of the Minister's Wives (Carmen DeLavallade) comes to check up on her. To top it off, Sherri is locked out of the office without her purse during a company fire drill. Bo has a "zipper incident" at school which prompts Sherri to bring him in for another visit to Dr. Randy Gregg (guest star Michael Boatman). Sherri finally buys the hoop only to discover Kevin (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) already setting one up with Bo (Brandon Khalil). Oct. 7 at 7 pm et/pt.
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