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How to Get Away with Murder

A group of ambitious law students and their brilliant criminal defense professor become involved in a twisted murder plot that promises to change the course of their lives.

Allegiance

A rookie CIA analyst doesn't know that members of his family are part of a Russian sleeper cell. Starring: Hope Davis, Scott Cohen, Margarita Levieva

Million Dollar Critic

Giles Coren, a funny and controversial food critic from The London Times, travels to cities and towns throughout Canada and the U.S., critiquing along the way as he discovers the newest, freshest, and most authentic dining experience out there and granting one lucky establishment his rave international review.

Who’s Lived in My House?

You never know when your home may have an interesting story of its own to tell. From housing presidents, to famous musicians, and even notorious criminals this series uncovers the secrets of homes across America.

Wendy Williams Show

A daytime syndicated talk show starring Wendy Williams. Shot promos at Independence Hall during her "How Ya Doin'?" tour.

Man Finds Food

"Man v. Food" host Adam Richman is on the hunt to uncover the most unique and surprising hidden food treasures across the United States.

Pressure Cooker

Celebrity chef Ralph Pagano undergoes the challenge of a lifetime when he's dropped off in far-flung locations throughout the world and has 72 hours to discover the country's culinary cuisine, picture postcard locations and local secrets before the time arrives for him to depart back home.

On Location

Kickstarter--Destination America Reelz Network

Sprout

A mix of children's programs acquired from PBS and original programming exclusive to the network, which is aimed at preschoolers and their families.

Do No Harm

A brilliant neurosurgeon who has to battle his own alter-ego so that he can live a normal life.

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