- Vegas Strip
Genre: Crime, Drama, Reality-TV
Release: July 17, 2011
Vegas Strip: This action-packed drama puts you up close and personal with tough-as-nails police officers, giving you a never-before-seen look at the wildest street in the world. When you mix cops, party animals and a packed, sizzling Las Vegas Boulevard, the results can be explosive.
- The First 48 - Missing Persons
Genre: Action, Crime, Family, Mystery
Release: June 02, 2011
The First 48 - Missing Persons: For missing persons detectives, if they don’t find the person in the first 48 hours, their chances of finding them alive are cut in half. Based in the heart of one of the country's most colorful law-enforcement cities, the Chicago missing persons unit gets over 17,000 calls each year, and is one of the only police forces in the country that responds to every missing persons call immediately. "The First 48: Missing Persons" follows the elite, passionate, dedicated investigators who handle all missing persons and child abduction cases, men and women who are specially trained to deal with the nuances of their cases which often involve children. Their commitment to solving these cases is unmatched. The First 48: Missing Persons will follow a core group of detectives as they investigate two high-stakes cases per episode. This is the first time ever the Chicago Police have given a film crew unrestricted access to ongoing investigations.
Genre: Crime, Drama
Release: March 14, 2011
Endgame: Endgame tells the story of former World Chess Champion Arkady Balagan (Shawn Doyle; Big Love, Lost), who develops a debilitating case of agoraphobia after witnessing the murder of his fiancée. Unable to leave his hotel and running out of money, the arrogant and charismatic Russian inadvertently becomes a detective - using his fierce analytical skills to solve baffling crimes.
- FBI Criminal Pursuit
Genre: Adventure, Crime, Reality-TV
Release: March 11, 2011
FBI Criminal Pursuit: "FBI: Criminal Pursuit" takes a deep dive into the modern FBI as they solve some of the most challenging crimes in the 21st Century-featuring the latest solved investigations into murder, kidnappings, cyber criminals and terrorism.
- Cuff Me If You Can
Release: March 01, 2011
Cuff Me If You Can: Trevor Woods has skipped out on a bail bond and needs cash. After kidnapping a store manager and robbing the company safe, he flees to Ohio. Amidst a car crash after an intense chase, Woods decides whether to shoot it out or be captured.
- Mortal Kombat Legacy
Genre: Action, Crime, Short, Thriller
Release: January 01, 2011
Mortal Kombat Legacy: Every generation, the greatest warriors of our world gather to participate in an ancient tournament to protect it from the dark realm of Outworld. If the warriors of Outworld win ten victories in the Mortal Kombat tournament, then the Emperor of Outw
- Nightmare Next Door
Genre: Crime, Drama
Release: January 01, 2011
Nightmare Next Door: "Nightmare Next Door" tells the tales of mysterious murders that rocked small-town America. Each hour brings you a new murder mystery and a new look into the evil that can lurk in the heart and soul of a tight-knit community. Interviews with investigators, prosecutors, family members and neighbors piece together the twisting tale of a classic whodunit.
- The Whole Truth
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Release: September 22, 2010
The Whole Truth: "The Total Truth" is ultimate authorised procedural constructed by Jerry Bruckheimer, but as the author Tom Donaghy told us, it's not the standard counsel show. The play showcases both the charge and the invulnerability in next to measure, vouchsafing the illusory jury confirm the outcome, but eventually display the assembly the total truth.
- Lost Girl
Genre: Crime, Fantasy
Release: September 12, 2010
Lost Girl: Lost Girl focuses on the gorgeous and charismatic Bo, a supernatural being called a succubus who feeds on the energy of humans, sometimes with fatal results. Refusing to embrace her supernatural clan and its rigid hierarchy, Bo is a renegade who takes up the fight for the underdog while searching for the truth about her own mysterious origins.
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
Release: September 08, 2010
Terriers: Terriers, from Creator/Executive Producer Ted Griffin (Ocean's Eleven) and Executive Producer Shawn Ryan (The Shield), is a comedic drama starring Donal Logue (The Tao of Steve, Damages) and Michael Raymond-James (True Blood). It centers on "Hank Dolworth" (Logue), an ex-cop who partners with his best friend "Britt Pollack" (Raymond-James) to launch an unlicensed private investigation business. As Hank and Britt struggle with maturity issues, the duo solve crimes while avoiding professional dangers and personal responsibilities.
- Law & Order Los Angeles
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Release: August 01, 2010
Law & Order Los Angeles: Law & Order: Los Angeles is a crime procedural that is set in the elite Robbery Homicide Division of the LAPD and the courts of Los Angeles County. The detectives and attorneys work to solve and prosecute cases that cover the L.A. Basin, which involve not only the expected celebrities, but… More many crimes that do not receive news coverage. At Robbery Homicide Division, Detective Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich) is an ex-Marine who has a very black-and-white view of the world and went through the Rodney King riot as a rookie police officer. He is married to his former partner, Lori. Detective Tomas "T.J." Jaruszalski, the son of an Oscar-winning cinematographer, thinks being a cop is the most fun anyone can have, like being front row at the circus everyday. The division is commanded by their lieutenant (Rachel Ticotin). The District Attorney's office is represented by Deputy District Attorney Ricardo Morales (Alfred Molina), whose father was a groundskeeper at a local country club and considers this job the first step to greater things. He is a sarcastic realist who has no trouble sacrificing theory for a down-and-dirty fight for justice. Even so, he is still skilled at politics. His assistant, Deputy DA Evelyn Price (Regina Hall), is the product of an upper-middle-class upbringing in Baldwin Hills. Although she acknowledges the problems in the LAPD, she still prefers order over chaos. Morales' counterpart in more ways than one is Deputy District Attorney Jonah "Joe" Dekker (Terrence Howard). Dekker is considered to be a creative legal thinker and does not believe his position as a DDA is a permanent career choice. Dekker's assistant is Deputy DA Lauren Stanton (Megan Boone), whose privileged childhood accounts for her right-of-center politics. The office is overseen by the Los Angeles District Attorney (Peter Coyote). This fourth iteration of the Law & Order franchise is a production of Wolf Films in association with Universal Media Studios.
- Covert Affairs
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Release: July 13, 2010
Covert Affairs: The whole story of the Covert Affairs is routing on its main character Annie Walker (Piper Perabo) and Auggie Anderson (Christopher Gorham), who are working in CIA military. Annie walker is fluent in six languages, has traveled all over the world and she gave best performance in CIA trainees every test. Annie is suddenly called by CIA headquarters to report for active duty as a field operative a month before her training is over. With the help of Auggie Anderson (Christopher Gorham), a CIA military intelligence agent, blinded while on assignment, and Annie’s guide in this world of bureaucracy, excitement and intrigue.
- The Silence
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Release: July 12, 2010
The Silence: Amelia, portrayed by Genevieve Barr, an eighteen-year-old struggling to integrate into a hearing world following cochlear implantation, who witnesses the murder of a police officer. The subsequent investigation unravels a net of police corruption
- Happy Town
Genre: Drama, Crime
Release: April 28, 2010
Happy Town: Haplin, Minnesota "Happy Town" is approaching five years of peace after being riddled for years by unsolved kidnappings. But, in the wake of this small town's first crime in five years, some dark truths are being revealed about some familiar faces. They say every town has its secrets... that doesn't even begin to describe Happy Town.