When the worst snowstorm in Arkansas history hits the Duggars' hometown, the family is engulfed in a real winter wonderland. Watch as they weather the winter-weather with sledding, making snow cream and lending a hand to their neighbors in need.
This final installment of the original Gamera series was completed shortly before Daiei Studios went bankrupt, and it’s not hard to see why. Gamera returns to save Earth from yet another alien with Earth envy. But lest you worry that it’s another portion of more of the same, this time the monster can talk, and this time it looks like a fish. Zigra (it’s a ship and a monster and a planet) blames our “Earth science” for rendering his home planet’s oceans uninhabitable. Needless to say, we are all punished for it. Invention exchanges, dioramas and two more wildly different takes on Gamera’s theme song . . . the wait is over.
Mireille is overjoyed when she runs into her uncle in Paris, but the nostalgia turns sour when she learns who his next target is.
Lu is a large (okay, fat) lovable panda who is the sixth generation owner of the Tae Kwon Do dojo. What Lu doesn’t know is that buried beneath the dojo is the ancient Amulet of Fury. The mythical amulet gives its owner ultimate power and protection. When the villainous tiger warrior, Kudo, terrorizes the small village in pursuit of the amulet, it’s up to Lu and his rag-tag team of martial artists to stop him!
Kirika's final guidance - in the form of a bullet - brings a rush of painful memories. Mireille finally learns the connection to their past, but fails to follow through with her original promise to kill Kirika.
One last battle remains to put an end to the ritual - and Altena - for good. While there is no escape from the Soldats, a new Noir is born to seek the light in a world of darkness.
The stars are aligned. The sun is in an eclipse. All of Slade's labors are close to fruition, and the Titans are about to face their greatest challenge ever. But is there really any hope of preventing the end of the world?
Felix becomes popular when it appears he won a fight with a school bully. Jake and Hayley attempt to track and capture a Blood Thrasher, a mysterious creature that is killing other monsters in the area.
Why did Slade come back? What is he planning? Ever since the return of their arch-nemesis, the Titans have been searching for answers. But is there something Raven isn't telling them?
X Games 16 saw repeats, three-peats, and four-peats, along with enough new stories to start the anticipation all over again. Catch this edition of Stomped and Slammed as host Keir Dillon takes a look at the very best moments and crashes from X Games 16 in Los Angeles. The biggest names such as Travis Pastrana, Shaun White and Ashley Fiolek brought the excitement to a different level in this show.
Fred has a frightening encounter with Wesley and Gunn after they’re infected with the blood of Billy Blim, the man Angel helped Wolfram & Hart free from the Powers That Be.
The Fresh Beats befriend a pink balloon, and then literally make more balloon friends to play with too. When all the balloons get out of control, only a conga line can save the day.
Angel quickly realizes that he has to come up with a plan to keep Connor safe from the growing number of demons, vampires and humans who want his son dead.
Evil has begun its master plan to eliminate all of the young superheroes around the globe, starting with honorary Titans Wildebeest and Hotspot. This new threat brings Robin to Morocco. But with an unknown enemy, how can anyone know whom to trust?
While Cordelia is overjoyed that the Groosalugg has returned, Angel struggles with his jealousy and Wesley discovers the meaning of the Nyazian Prophecies.