Bones: Season 9: Episode 1 -- In the season premiere of BONES, the team investigates remains found in an air conditioning unit. BONUS: Series Premiere of SLEEPY HOLLOW included for free in this 2 for 1 download. BONES and SLEEPY HOLLOW air Mondays on FOX.
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From Tyler Perry comes a colorful film of great magnitude, where different women find common ground.Like a rainbow, each woman provides a different hue and perspective.Faced with the greater spectrum, they are gifted hope and inspiration.
Mario Van Peebles's half documentary/half homage to his father Melvin's 1971 film, Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song.
In 1974, Ntozake Shange’s choreopoem “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf” made its stage debut, combining poetry, dance and music, and most significantly, placing the black female experience center stage. In lyrical, honest, angry, funny and tender language, Shange’s “colored girls” evoked the feelings woven into the fabric of black female life in America. Within two years, the play became a Broadway sensation, won an Obie and Tony Award, and would eventually be produced in regional theaters throughout the country. Now, thirty six years later, filmmaker Tyler Perry adapts this landmark work for the big screen, integrating the vivid language of Shange’s poems into a contemporary narrative that explores what it means to be a woman of color - and a woman of any color - in this world. FOR COLORED GIRLS weaves together the stories of nine different women – Joanna, Tangie, Crystal, Gilda, Kelly, Juanita, Yasmine, Nyla and Alice – as they move into and out of one another’s existences; some are well known to one another, others are as yet strangers. Crises, heartbreaks and crimes will ultimately bring these nine women fully into the same orbit where they will find commonality and understanding. Each will speak her truth as never before. And each will know that she is complete as a human being, glorious and divine in all her colors.
From Tyler Perry comes a colorful film of great magnitude, where different women find common ground. Like a rainbow, each woman provides a different hue and perspective. Faced with the greater spectrum, they are gifted hope and inspiration.
Critics and audiences alike have gotten behind Mario Van Peebles' candid portrait of his father Melvin's struggle as a young, black director during the society-shifting early '70s. Determined to make a film that matters, Melvin (played by son Mario) deals with two-faced backers, a rag tag crew, threatening creditors and various shades of Hollywood hypocrisy. Obsessed and with everything on the line, including his failing eyesight and family, his only choice is to stick to his guns and do whatever it takes to get his neo-blaxploitation epic Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song to the audience for which it was envisioned. The real-life father and son dynamic brings an intimacy to this inspiring and often hilarious tribute to the father of black cinema. The result is a seamless layering of entertaining drama and poignant documentary that mirrors itself from every angle and never loses its edge.
The true story of black filmmaking legend Melvin Van Peebles energizes with heart, humor and raw attitude under the talents of his son (director and star Mario Van Peebles) on a ride that details theunderdog effort to make an empowering black film against all odds. An inspiring and informative crowd pleaser!
The true story of black filmmaking legend Melvin Van Peebles energizes with heart, humor and raw attitude under the talents of his son on a ride that details theunderdog effort to make an empowering black film against all odds. An inspiring and informative crowd pleaser!
Danger closes in when the battle to bring the crime organization HR to justice reaches new heights. Also, when The Machine suddenly gives out Reese's number, the POI team faces their greatest threat yet. (TV-14 L, V)
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When a well-respected mathematician is found dead, Holmes and Watson set out to solve a murder and the purpose of the highly guarded equation he was trying to decipher. Meanwhile, Watson is conflicted when the son of a former patient approaches her for a loan. Jeremy Jordan guest stars as Joey Castro, the son of Watson's former patient.
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Allison begins to have odd things happen to her, including sensitivity to light and sunglasses showing numbers that are tied to people's life expectancies. Later, Allison has a dream about Joe's father.
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The CSIs go on the hunt for a hated man's killer and his hidden treasure.
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Lynn gets upset when she learns that her record label is pushing back the release of her album to promote another artist, Chrisette Michele. When Lynn confronts the record label, they tell her they are concerned about how to market her because they feel she is not "black" enough. Meanwhile, at a doctor's appointment Monica decides she does not want to know the sex of the baby.
Maya and Darnell romanticize the idea of adopting until they attend a neighborhood group for people who have adopted children and are offered baby girl to adopt. Lynn reminds them that adopting is a big decision and encourages them to think about it for awhile.
Joan joins a support group for people who have relatives serving in Iraq, but is upset when she finds out they are not planning a holiday party due to financial restraints. Joan decides to turn the Christmas party she is throwing for her old firm into a fundraiser to raise money for her support group. Meanwhile, William pushes Christmas traditions on Monica, who isn't big on the holidays, and Maya and Darnell try to keep up with Lynn's extravagant gift giving.
At a gathering to celebrate William and Monica's pregnancy, Maya makes a joke that the baby is hers. Worried that Maya is having trouble dealing with the loss of their baby, Darnell confronts Maya and learns that she has been taking pills to help her cope.
When Joan buys an expensive new kitchen range for their new house, her fiance Aaron get upset that she spent money without discussing it with him. Later, after Joan and Aaron stop arguing, he receives news that his National Guard unit is being called to Iraq. Meanwhile, Lynn is enjoying her newfound success with her music career and begins to flaunt it.
Joan (Tracee Ellis Ross) unexpectedly proposes to Aaron (guest star Richard T. Jones), but when he stumbles on his response, Joan decides the relationship is over and walks away. Meanwhile Maya (Golden Brooks) and Darnell (Khalil Kain) find their dream house, but when Darnell gets a chance to buy the garage, he must decide which purchase to make. Later, Joan runs into her old boyfriend Brock (guest star Malik Yoba), who tells her he made a mistake by letting her go and announces his intention to marry her now. Joan agrees to go away with Brock for a weekend in Catalina, but Maya (Golden Brooks) and Lynn (Persia White) decide it’s time to intervene.
When Lynn's (Persia White) new boyfriend Eldon (Kadeem Hardison), finds himself at odds with the church members over his choice of having Lynn as a girlfriend, he is faced with a tough decision. Meanwhile, Joan (Tracee Ellis Ross) pressures Aaron (Richard T. Jones) into buying a house, which leads to their first big fight. Later, Maya (Golden Brooks) and Darnell (Khalil Kain) resort to unconventional ways to sell their house.
Tired of all the inconveniences of living in the suburbs, Darnell (Khalil Kain) suggests to Maya (Golden Brooks) they should move back to the city, but Maya disagrees and does not want to give up her new home. When Joan (Tracee Ellis Ross) and Lynn (Persia White) pressure Maya for the real reason she is opposed to moving, Maya reveals that she is pregnant. Meanwhile, Monica (Keesha Sharp) learns how to adjust to life without the help of her family's wealth.