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    Keith Robinson: Back of the Bus Funny (2015)

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    Keith Robinson: Back of the Bus Funny (2015)

    Robinson finds the funny in everything from politics, music and pop culture to growing up in South Philly.

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    Canterbury's Law

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    Canterbury’s Law

    Elizabeth Canterbury is a force of nature. An attorney on the rise, she puts her career on the line to take on risky and unpopular cases, even when they take a toll on her personal life. Elizabeth and her law professor husband, Matt Furey, haunted by the unsolved disappearance of their young son, struggle to distance themselves from the tragedy and put their relationship back together. But those goals become elusive whenever Elizabeth’s work provides a stark reminder of the justice absent in their own lives.

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    The Reading Room (2005)

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    The Reading Room (2005)

    Making good on a promise he made to his dying wife, a widower (Jones) opens a reading room, a place where people can learn to read. Despite his goodwill, problems in the neighborhood threaten his establishment.

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    Over There

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    Over There

    Over There is an action / drama / war television series that aired on FX. It premiered in the United States on July 27, 2005 and premiered in Canada on September 6, 2005 on the History Television channel. The series was presented in 16:9 widescreen format in the U.S. and UK, and mastered in high definition.

    The series followed a unit of the United States Army’s Third Infantry Division on its first tour of duty in Iraq, and chronicled the war’s effects on the soldiers’ families in the United States. The Iraq sequences were filmed in the California desert, while the homefront scenes are shot in and around the Greater Los Angeles area.

    The pilot was developed by Steven Bochco. Originally, the show was to be produced by UPN, who subsequently decided that the prospects for international sales were not good and withdrew from the project. The series is, however, seen around the world on pay cable channels in about 100 territories.

    The title of the series echoes “Over There,” George M. Cohan’s 1917 song about U.S. soldiers serving abroad during World War I. The show was the first scripted television series set in a current, ongoing military action involving the United States. In another unusual move, the pilot episode was released on DVD on August 2, 2005, less than a week after the show’s premiere.

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