Detectives try to solve the murder of a young girl, whose killer had an obsession with dolls.
Permanent Vacation movie trailer - starring David Carradine, Michael Bowen, Frank Harper, Charles Shaughnessy, Gina Bellman, Phoebe Thomas. Directed by W. Scott Peake. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
Iranian nuclear tests set into motion a chain of dangerous events, causing devastating earthquakes and life-threatening solar radiation levels. Desperate to find a solution, the U.S. government calls on David Terran (Charles Shaughnessy), a scientist who holds the key to the planet’s survival.
Fran Drescher returns for a star-studded third season of THE NANNY, available for the first time on DVD. This year, the best-dressed nanny dates more men than she can handle, hosts a wild sweet sixteen party for Maggie, seeks treatment for her out-of-control shopping and finally gets Mr. Sheffield to profess his love for her when he thinks their plane will crash. Featuring an array of guest stars including Elizabeth Taylor, this three-disc DVD set also contains the rarely seen but unforgettable animated "Oy to the World" holiday episode.
Iranian nuclear tests set into motion a chain of dangerous events, causing devastating earthquakes and life-threatening solar radiation levels. Desperate to find a solution, the U.S. government calls on David Terran (Charles Shaughnessy), a scientist who holds the key to the planet's survival.
An elderly woman with Alzheimer's is abused, triggering memories of crimes from her childhood.
Nick is worried when Gabi admits she's reconsidering going to New York.
Theresa gets a surprise visit from Shane and Kimberly.
Get ready for another round of SULLIVAN & SON as comedian Steve Byrne and a hilarious ensemble of Pittsburgh bar patrons return to celebrate life, laughs and love... for the open bar tab. One of last year's top summer series, S&S, executive produced by Vince Vaughn, Peter Billingsley and Rob Long, stars Byrne as a NY corporate lawyer who starts over by tending bar in his parents' Pittsburgh pub.
After 18 years of marriage, Fran (Drescher) is shocked to discover that her husband Peter (John Michael Higgins) is gay. She must deal with this bombshell & learn to juggle both her new relationships & ex-husband who remains in their house post-divorce.