A series chronicles the life of a New Jersey mobster, Tony Soprano, on his home front. There are other mobster Italian families, like his own, in his neighbourhood. They live like a community and have their own set of rules.
Life---and death---at a family-owned funeral home in Los Angeles plays out in this provocative, at times macabre series created by Oscar-winning screenwriter Alan Ball ('American Beauty'). Each episode begins with a fresh corpse (including the clan's patriarch in the premiere), which usually has something to do with the ongoing dysfunction in and around the Fisher household.
A Britcom about a very peculiar and most endearing serial bungler became a cult hit when it first appeared on the BBC in 1989, and has developed a U.S. following through airings in the 1990s on HBO and PBS. 'Mr. Bean' spotlights rubber-faced Rowan Atkinson's wonderful flair for physical humor, as the impish man of few words (he mostly grunts) causes all manner of havoc in a series of half-hour episodes.